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Tails: six ways to show
- Six ways to see
Recent discoveries in the field of neuroscience: it turns out that when looking at the surrounding world, our vision system divides each object into separate types of visual information. They are processed through various "ways of seeing", including (among others) "where", "what" and "how." These simple names perfectly describe the corresponding functions: "where / where" indicates the location of each thing, "what"
- Heads or tails? We win in every case
This rule resembles a happy coin - we win regardless of which side it falls on. Think of Unwritten rule 2 as a happy coin, both sides of which are two different ways of understanding the rule. The first says that in business there are only six kinds of problems. If we can identify the type of problem encountered, then we have much more
- Six more tools
Before diving into the details of the six-dimensional vision model, let's look at the six coordinates in our toolbox for problem solving. To do this, let's use yesterday's Swiss army knife and finish the next six tools (as for the spin, then we'll save it for tomorrow). Designate them as follows: # 1: "who and what" # 2: "how much"
- What are the six pictures?
Since this morning we already know about six parts of any problem: "who and what", "how much", "where / where", "when", "how" and "why". All we need to test the 6x6 rule is to understand which simple pictures are best suited to represent each part. Let's go back to our "pizza" napkin and look at it again, but this time we will not think about how to name
- Six Thinking Hats
This is a very simple and effective technique that can be used in schools and various institutions. There are many reasons why this technique was so widely accepted. 1. It is an alternative to traditional Western debate, where the parties are opponents. 2. It can be used in many cultures that do not accept the Western way of conducting the discussion. 3. It is more
- Six opportunities to see? So what?
We just learned a pretty big piece of theory. From the beginning of work today we were able to do quite a lot: we created a new coordinate system for a new look at the problems, added six new tools to the set, traveled a bit in the human brain and ended up with pizza. Now, to translate all this into a world of reality and show how all these methods are applied in the field
- Six dietary errors
A forced, fast result is not always what we need. The features of metabolism are different for each person, but in most cases the axiom is correct: we recover by kilograms, and we lose weight by grams. And this is normal. Just have to tune in to a quiet partnership with yourself. You can not, as an adult, still believe in a magic pill or a good king - they are just
- What treatment is indicated for this patient?
The loop of the ileum through the catheter or stent should be rinsed with physiological saline to eliminate partial obstruction and make sure that there is no obstruction to the passage of urine. To detect hypovolemia, measure CVP and determine the response to bulk load (Chapter 29); if necessary, administer infusion therapy. Patients usually tolerate mild to moderate acidosis
- With heat from the heat, or Mushrooms in six moves
All this happened on June 26 in the suburbs. At noon, three girls went for mushrooms. In the unknown, because we did not know where to go, just heard that now full of mushrooms, and it is better to look for them in the fringes, rather than in the forest. Here with this information and in a way! Having driven seventy kilometers from the city (after approaching another city) along the Mozhayskoye highway, we decided to turn to the concrete. She brought us
- What method of anesthesia is indicated in cardioversion?
Premedication is optional. Only very short (1-2 min) amnesia or superficial general anesthesia is required. You can use short-acting barbiturates (metohexital), propofol, etomidate or benzodiazepines (eg, midazolam, diazepam). After preliminary oxygenation with 100% oxygen for 3-5 minutes, a sedative-hypnotic drug is administered in fractional doses every 2-3 minutes
- Is the intubation of the trachea indicated in general anesthesia?
The feasibility of intubation of the trachea and ventilation is dictated by many circumstances: a high risk of regurgitation with increasing intra-abdominal pressure during the application of pneumoperitoneum; the need for ventilation control to prevent hypercapnia; the need to provide a sufficiently high peak inspiratory pressure for adequate ventilation in the pneumoperitoneum;
- What special monitoring is shown in the case under consideration?
PnCO2 serves as an adequate reference for determining the minute volume of respiration needed to maintain normocapnia. It is understood that in laparoscopic interventions in patients without concomitant diseases, in most cases the gradient between PaCO2 and PktCO2 is constant. If the volume of the alveolar dead space changes during the operation, then this assumption is incorrect. For example,
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DAY TWELVE - "TRY TO SHOW THE WORLD