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  1. Simple vs. Versus Puzzle and Simplicity Principle
    In such situations — and in essence, in any situation where we need to describe an idea to another person — you can follow a fairly simple rule. Let's call it the “principle of simplicity”: The readiness of our audience to study detailed pictures is directly proportional to the degree of their familiarity with the subject matter. In other words, if we show a picture to someone who is not familiar with the subject
  2. Herpes simplex
    Herpes simplex virus (HSV) is a DNA-containing filterable virus. There are HSV-1 - the causative agent of predominantly non-genital forms and HSV-2 - the causative agent of genital forms of the disease. The source of infection is an infected person, both in the period of clinical manifestations and in the period of latent infection. The virus can be isolated from various biological secrets.
  3. Secondary, or recurrent, herpes simplex
    Occurs when a virus is activated in an infected organism. The number of relapses, severity, localization, prevalence depends on the type of virus and the immune status of the person. Characterized by a typical rash on the skin and mucous membranes. The rash is fixed and tends to recur on the same areas of skin and mucous membranes. Any areas on the skin and mucous membranes can be affected.
  4. The simplest classification of ventilators (or what speech)
    NPV ventilators that create negative pressure around the patient's chest to insure inhalation. HFV ventilators blowing air into the lungs with a frequency of more than 60 cycles per minute. PPV ventilators, blowing air into the lungs with a frequency of not more than 60 cycles per minute. PPV (positive pressure ventilation), NPV (negative pressure ventilation) and generally where the wind blows In English, the words
  5. What you can already do - 1, just don't know about it yet or hide your skill
    You can make a wish, loudly and distinctly pronounce it to our magic cat, Sonya - Golden Puzo, which works day and night, fulfilling desires, and it will surely be fulfilled, but remember about the state of soaring! Do not strain and do not be annoyed - all desires will be fulfilled if you are well-disposed and calm. You can easily dispel a queue or traffic jam on the road or in the subway,
  6. What you can already do - 2, just don't know about it yet or pretend you can't
    You can reflect on the topic of "Signs". Such reflections pushed me on such magic. In our huge yard live several black cats - at the same time I saw three. Their impudence was limitless, and the power of influence on my life is amazing to the ability to spoil everything on the day when a black cat came across to me on the road. And so it went on until I became
  7. How to do so not to feel guilty for the fact that sometimes I leave the spouse alone at home with the children, while I go to my girlfriend, to the store, or just walk, breathe fresh air and think about myself?
    Guilt feelings are the main obstacle to human evolution. Since it arises from our beliefs, that is, on the mental level, the only way to avoid the feeling of guilt is to change your beliefs. You can read about the beliefs in the book, but first of all you must internally make sure: are you really to blame? Only intentionally causing harm to anyone can serve
  8. What does “good or literate” and “bad or illiterate” PSYCHOLOGIST mean?
    So who is who? - A good psychologist plays the role of a conductor, he will teach you to solve problems yourself, finding resources inside. A bad psychologist will give you advice. - A good professional with a higher psychological or basic medical education. You can ask to show diplomas, certificates, awards. A good psychologist will be happy to boast of their achievements, bad for you
  9. Replace or maintain? (artificial or assisted ventilation)
    As you know, the work to ensure self-breathing perform respiratory muscles. It has already been mentioned above that the excessive work of the muscles of inhalation in adverse conditions leads to their exhaustion and exhaustion. Ventilation completely eliminates the work of the muscles and, on the one hand, gives them rest, but on the other hand, the inaction of the respiratory muscles causes rapidly increasing dystrophic processes in it. AT
  10. Subject: Simplest
    Classification of the simplest. Pathogens for humans protozoa. Morphology, physiology, ecology, development cycles
  11. The simplest and viruses
    Relatively recently, viruses have been detected in the protozoa of the forerunners - Trichomonas vaginalis, Giardia lamblia, Leishmania braziliensis, Eimeria spp. and Babesia spp. All these viruses have similar properties, namely, they contain two-stranded RNA, the size of which is 5–7 kb, and have a spherical or icosahedral shape with a diameter of 30–40 nm. Of the simplest viruses, better
  12. Parasitic protozoa.
    Parasitic species are unevenly distributed across individual systematic groups of Protozoa. Types of Sporozoa, Cnidosporidia are fully represented by parasites, among Sarcodina there are only a small number of parasitic amoebas. Quite a lot of parasitic modified groups are found among ciliates. In flagellates, whole groups have passed to the parasitic way of life, sometimes very numerous
  13. Simple decision making
    A simple choice of two alternatives is known as the dyadic solution (from the Latin word dyas, which means “two”). Dyadic solutions are the first step in putting things in order, say, in the list of your priorities. Dyadic solutions are solutions according to the type of evaluation of alternative qualities and include the following simple types of choice: yes / no; better / worse; stronger / weaker; more
  14. Plain. Shingles.
    Simple vesicular and herpes zoster. Herpes simplex. A recurrent disease characterized by the appearance of a rash of vesicles on an erythematous base with the development of erosions. Often joins secondary infection with staphylococci or streptococci. With the help of a sample of Tsank (scraping from the base of a fresh bubble after an incision of its dome), giant multinucleated cells are detected.
  15. Simple dyspepsia
    SIMPLE DYSPEPSIA - an acute digestive disorder of a functional nature, characterized by vomiting, diarrhea without significant disruption of the general condition. ETIOLOGY. In the etiology, the alimentary factor, defects in care (overheating, violation of the feeding regimen), as well as infectious factors (most often - E. coli) are leading. Predisposing factors are: early artificial
  16. Anterograde blockade of the II degree, or incomplete AV blockade with the absence of one or more consecutive sinus (atrial) impulses
    In 1894, T. Engelman reported that he had observed a progressive lengthening of conduction from the atria to the ventricles, ending with the disappearance of one contraction, on the frog's heart. After 5 years, K. Wenckebach (1899) described the same phenomenon in humans and called it Luciani periods by the name of a researcher who, as far back as 1872, pointed out a similar phenomenon. In 1906, J. Hay discovered that with
  17. Herpes simplex
    Infection of herpes simplex is clinically manifested by the defeat of many organs and tissues, accompanied by the appearance of grouped blistering eruptions on the skin and mucous membranes. It has a tendency to a long latent course with periodic relapses. Etiology. The herpes simplex virus contains DNA, multiplies well in the tissues of the chicken embryo in the yolk sac, causes the characteristic
  18. Simple salads
    According to Leslie Powell, an English naturopath, “there are a dozen recipes for one penny, and most of them, which can be obtained through normal channels, cause a sensation of anxiety in people with nutritional issues: so often they contradict Nature, are exquisite by artificiality, are acts of culinary sabotage and leading, in all likelihood, to indigestion. "" Usually, it adds
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