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The first three: "Built-in" tools
We can be proud, because we are all visuals. These three tools remind us of how we work: we have eyes that allow us to get visual information, we have eyes of thinking, with which we can understand if there is anything interesting in this information, and we have enough the degree of coordination between the eyes and the hands in order to somehow (even if in a rough way) reflect our conclusions. These three tools remind us of what we already have, the magnificent engine of visual thinking with which we were born.
I deliberately set a rather low bar for visual thinking. If you see well enough to enter the room and, without stumbling, find a place and sit down, then this is quite enough to understand everything that we will talk about next.
I do not want to say that we all process visual information in the same way or rely on our vision to the same extent. On the contrary, each of us has our own talents and abilities, and we all look at the world differently. The most important thing that we need now is to determine the ways in which our unique approaches coincide.
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The first three: "Built-in" tools
- Great three
After the fall of Rome in the IV century in Europe came the Middle Ages. The teachings, thinking, and education of the Roman Empire were largely lost. For example, Charlemagne, who at one time was the most powerful ruler of Europe, could neither read nor write. The Middle Ages ended with the advent of the Renaissance, which set in motion and revived the classical Greek and Roman thinking (in part
- SESSION 10 First aid for acute poisoning. The concept of "foodborne diseases". First aid for vomiting, hiccups, diarrhea, constipation. Clinic of botulism.
Objective: To teach students to diagnose and first aid in acute poisoning. To characterize the main drugs used in the provision of emergency assistance for poisoning. Test questions 1. What is called poisoning, what kind of poisoning does it take, what usually causes poisoning? 2. Types of predominant action of substances. What substances belong to these types? 3. Rules
- TOOL REQUIREMENTS
Hygienic requirements for tools are aimed primarily at preventing the transmission of diseases through the barbershop. On the surface of the tools used by the master barber or manicurist, there may be all sorts of microbes, including disease-causing ones. When microbes get on the skin of visitors there is a direct possibility of pustular, fungal and other
- Medicinal tools
In addition to providing surgical care, doctors conducted a kind of medical examination - they examined the wounded and sick and the results were reported in their "fairy tales" in the Pharmaceutical order. According to these tales, one can judge both the symptoms ("scrap in the legs", "swollen", etc.) and the nosology of diseases and injuries (erysipelas, dropsy, swelling, fever, etc.), after which the healers were given a set medicinal
- Next set of tools
And now it is time to once again get the picture with the Swiss army knife and add the last tool - a corkscrew. After we draw it, make sure that it has five turns, then we denote them with the letters S, Q, V, I and D. Let's return to the Swiss army knife and the last tool - a corkscrew. Having drawn five turns, we denote them by letters.
- Processing of new and repair tools
New, in the original, packaging tools and tools obtained from the repair, before their storage and / or preparation for use should be released from the packaging. It is necessary to remove all protective caps and protective film. New and repaired tools before the first application must go through the whole process of processing similar to used tools. Always do the washing!
- Tools for opening
An autopsy is difficult to perform with a very limited number of tools. It is necessary to have for this purpose: 1) a sectional knife, 2) intestinal scissors, 3) a saw, 4) tweezers »5) a hammer and 6) a chisel *. However, for carrying out a detailed pathoanatomical study of a corpse, especially with a scientific purpose, it is necessary to have a wide range of sectional tools. 1. Large sectional knife, long
- Handling recommendations for returned instruments to the manufacturer
In this case, the returned instruments are medical products and their packaging, which, regardless of whether they are used or not, are returned to the manufacturer. The possible reason for the return of the instrument may be the need for repair or maintenance, the expiration of the lease of the instrument, the examination of the instrument, a complaint or the return of explants for scientific
- Rules for processing a special group of tools
Microsurgical instruments can be processed in machines in a manner similar to surgical instruments using reliable fasteners, for example, racks, and an appropriate method of washing. Dental instruments are processed in machines similar to surgical instruments. The following points are taken into account: ¦ Probes and other sensitive instruments should be protected from
- Six more tools
Before diving into the details regarding the six-dimensional model of vision, let's deal with the six coordinates in our toolkit for solving problems. To do this, we use yesterday's Swiss Army Knife and draw the next six tools (as for the corkscrew, we'll save it for tomorrow). Label them as follows: # 1: “who and what” # 2: “how many”
- Instruments and tools for endoscopic operations
Endoscopic surgery (from the Greek. Endo - inside + skopeo - to watch) is a surgical operation performed with the help of endoscopic devices and instruments through the puncture of the body walls: the abdominal wall - laparoscopic surgery, the thorax - thoracoscopic, etc. In gynecological practice, laparoscopic and culdoscopic (through the posterior fornix of the vagina - culdoscopy) are used.
- Memo to the nurse on the rules of working with tools and materials
Work with sterile instruments. If not properly transported, stored, used, sterile materials and instruments are easily re-infected. To avoid this, every medical professional is required to follow simple rules for handling sterile products. The shelf life of sterile materials depends on the type of packaging: in sealed kraft paper bags and
- TOOLS FOR TRAXOTOMY
1. Hooks are stupid. 2 pieces 2. Hooks sharp three-teeth 2 pieces. 3. Hooks sharp single-toothed 1 pc. 4. Scalpel 1 pc. 5. Gouge probe 1 pc. 6. Hemostatic clamps
- Microsurgical devices and instruments
In the 50-60s of the XX century. there was a new direction in surgery - microsurgery. And at the same time, microsurgical equipment has found application in plastic surgery on the fallopian tubes. The use of microsurgical techniques provides for an increase in the accuracy, atraumatic, anatomical, full value of hemostasis, a decrease in the tissue reaction to an operative trauma, which generally increases
- Three types of tools for three types of meetings
There are three sets of drawing tools (one for each type of meeting in which we usually participate): face-to-face meetings with oneself or another person, collective meeting-discussions between several people, and meeting-performances at which we face the crowd. In all these situations, the same simple pictures work, but we draw them on different surfaces.
- Handling and cutting techniques
Most of the incisions are made with a sectional knife; organs are dissected with this knife or amputation. The knife with this hold for the handle, grabbing it all: palm (Fig. 2), or in the position of the violin bow. Dissection produce scalpels, holding them like a pen. Crush the knife when the cuts should not be. It is necessary to cut with a confident, free, wide movement, and with one, not many; sawing
- On approval of guidelines for cleaning / disinfection and sterilization of endoscopes and tools for them used in medical institutions
ORDER of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation of 16. Ob-97 No. 184 In order to improve and streamline the processing of devices and tools used in departments, departments, and offices of endoscopy, I order: Activate "Guidelines for cleaning, disinfecting and sterilizing endoscopes and tools for them used in medical institutions ”(Appendix). To managers
- Working group. Proper tool care, 2007