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Eagle: what type of problem do we see?


“Wait a minute,” you say, “just six problems? This is not at all like the world of business in which I live: I can come up with many more kinds of problems that I have to face. ”
Of course, there are an infinite number of problems in the world, as well as an infinite number of solutions. At the same time, the ability of our brain to process data is not infinite. To get an idea of ​​the world around us and deal with problems, our brain creates simple working models that control our thoughts and actions. And that is what I am talking about - a simple subconscious structure that sees the whole picture and controls the solution of problems.
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Eagle: what type of problem do we see?

  1. What type of tumor does the patient have?
    Tumors of the Turkish saddle account for 10-15% of all brain tumors. Pituitary adenomas are most common, and craniopharyngioma are less common; parasellar meningiomas are even less common. Malignant pituitary tumors, primary or metastatic, are an infrequent finding. Pituitary gland secreting tumor hormones (functionally active tumors) appear early enough when PIX diameter
  2. Heads or tails? We win in each case
    This rule is like a lucky coin - we win regardless of which side it falls on. Think of Unwritten Rule 2 as a lucky coin, both sides of which are two different ways of understanding the rule. The first one says that there are only six kinds of problems in business. If we can identify the type of problem we have encountered, then we have much more
  3. Type of cnosporidia and type of microsporidia
    The greatest practical importance has the group Myxosporidia - fish parasites that are of practical importance. Mixosporidia (mucus sporoviki) became known from the middle of X! Xv. The life cycle of myxosporidia entirely takes place in the host organism, which becomes infected by ingesting spores scattered in the environment. They are multicellular and have two or more sashes connected together. Have
  4. FEVER WITHOUT A VISIBLE FOCAL INFECTION
    A fever with no visible focus of infection is an acute illness that manifests itself only by increased body temperature with no symptoms indicating a specific disease or focus of infection. Abbreviations: LBOI - fever without visible focus of infection; TBI - severe bacterial infection; UTI is a urinary tract infection. Diagnostics Criteria LBOI: body temperature above 39 ° C in a child aged
  5. Skin and visible mucous membranes:
    • color, rash, scars; skin appendages, temperature, humidity, elasticity; • endothelial tests (symptoms of a tourniquet, pinch, hammer); • dermographism (type, speed of appearance and disappearance). Objective methods of examining the skin are: examination, palpation, the study of vascular fragility and the definition of dermographism. Inspection. A thorough examination of the baby’s skin can only be carried out with
  6. Visible features of the patient's behavior
    At the bedside of the patient it is possible to determine the processes of sensitivity and sensations; ability to memorize; the ability to think and reason; temperament, temper and emotions; resourcefulness, impulsivity and vigor; intuition. Each of these indicators has its own objective side, expressed in behavioral responses that appear with certain stimuli, and a subjective side,
  7. The visible structure of chromosomes and their morphology
    When analyzing metaphase plates in a light microscope, it can be distinguished that any chromosome consists of two arms and a centromere, or primary waist, which serves as the mechanical center of the chromosome during division (Fig. III.1). The centromere is an area of ​​the chromosome, to which, during cell division, a thread of the division spindle is attached, separating the chromosomes to the poles of the cell. In addition to the primary waist
  8. "VISIBLE" MEN'S AND "HIDDEN" WOMEN YOUTH SPACES
    The subcultural approach turned out to be the most “tenacious” of all the youth theories of the twentieth century. The term “subculture” emphasized the underground character of youth groups and their difference from the dominant culture. Over time, the brightest subcultural formations acquired their names - Teddy Boys (we have dudes), fashion, skinheads, rastamans, punks, goths, ravers, etc. They were open, defiantly
  9. What kind of monitoring is required for ECT?
    Standard non-invasive monitoring, which is used for general anesthesia. EEG is used to monitor seizure activity. There is an alternative way to monitor seizure activity: before the injection of succinyl-choline on one hand, inflate the cuff from the device for measuring blood pressure, which prevents the muscle relaxant from entering the muscles of this limb and allows you to monitor the convulsions
  10. What special monitoring is shown in this case?
    PntCO2 serves as an adequate guideline for determining the minute volume of respiration necessary to maintain normocapnia. It is understood that in laparoscopic interventions in patients without comorbidities, in most cases the gradient between PaCO2 and PctCO2 is constant. If during the operation the volume of the alveolar dead space changes, then this assumption is incorrect. For example,
  11. What is the most likely diagnosis based on history?
    In this situation, an accurate diagnosis is difficult to establish; further examination is necessary; but the presence of coronary artery disease in history requires the immediate elimination of arterial hypotension and tremor. Hypotension significantly impairs blood flow in the myocardium, and trembling significantly increases myocardial oxygen demand (Ch.
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