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From general to specific.

  1. From the abstract to the concrete, from the general to the particular
    Imagine a short-sighted man who first saw a cat. Because of poor vision, he sees the cat very vague, and for him it's just "some kind of animal." As the cat approaches him, details gradually appear, and in the end the person sees a clear image of the cat. Imagine now two hawks. One has an excellent vision, and the other has a bad eye. Both eat frogs, mice
  2. Common bile duct cyst
    Synonyms of Choledocha cyst. DEFINITION of the cyst of the common bile duct - congenital dilatation of the bile duct, which in 2-5% of cases causes a complete violation of the patency of the bile ducts and may be the cause of extrahepatic cholestasis. CODE for ICDB 83.5 Biliary cyst. SCREENING of the ultrasound of the fetus allows to reveal the cyst of the common bile duct (starting from the 19th week of gestation). CLASSIFICATION By
  3. Stages of general intubation anesthesia
    Advantages of this type of anesthesia is rapid induction, the ability to maintain proper ventilation and hemodynamics parameters, which is especially important in case of emergency delivery and with the development of complications such as bleeding. An important point is the initiation of an initial anesthesia. Introduction to anesthesia should be carried out when the operating team is fully ready for the beginning
  4. DETERMINATION OF THE GENERAL CONTENT OF MINERAL SUBSTANCES (ASH)
    The total content of mineral substances in the test material is established by its ashing, that is, organic substances are burned with free air access. When carbon is burned, hydrogen and partially oxygen volatilize in the form of carbon dioxide and water vapor, and in the so-called raw ashes formed, mineral elements remain in the form of oxide compounds. The course of the determination
  5. Characteristics of the elements of general care for the patient
    Depending on the severity of the disease and the patient's condition, general care can be divided into care for the lungs, severe, incurable, bed-ridden and elderly patients. General care for severe, incurable, bed-ridden and elderly patients is complex enough, has its own specific features and is not considered in this course. General care for light patients and patients of moderate severity
  6. I adore my husband, but we have so little in common with him.
    Even if I meet another person, who can guarantee that I will be better off? It's been eight years since we were together, and I really do not want to start all over again. Indeed, no one knows how your life would develop with another person. You write that you adore your husband, and I advise you to do everything possible to make your life with him. Learn to perceive it as such,
  7. Cell and molecular factors in the implementation of the general adaptation syndrome
    At the cellular-molecular level, stress means a threat of disturbing a certain dynamic harmonic balance of active components of the internal environment of the body. Such a balance is achieved by a combination of coordinated reactions and the interaction of biologically active molecules. This is the idea of ​​homeostasis (in the broad sense of this concept) and the quantitative gradation of stress in
  8. CONCEPT OF DISEASE. BASES OF GENERAL CARE FOR PATIENTS
    CONCEPT OF DISEASE. BASES OF GENERAL CARE FOR
  9. The use of medicines in the implementation of general care for patients
    The concept of medicines and dosage forms. Distinguish the following concepts used in medicine: drug substance (drug), medicinal raw materials, medicinal product and dosage form. Medicinal substances are called those that within a certain dose give a therapeutic effect. Medicinal raw materials are natural substances
  10. PRIVATE MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    Definition, goals, objectives and methods of private medical
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