ok so back in the day, parents, used to say don’t stand too close to tv bad for eyesight the eye rarely see something this close in nature and if so for seconds books have similar range, but they don’t emit light even the kindle reader has a toned down appearance of […]Read more "Don’t stand so close to tv?"
the doctor – patient interaction is the key to good healthcare good patient-dr time and early time to definitive care = crucial timing as in any art anything that distracts from this , limits… Source: The art of Medicine & computersRead more "The art of Medicine & computers"
the doctor – patient interaction is the key to good healthcare good patient-dr time and early time to definitive care = crucial timing as in any art anything that distracts from this , limits time, adds costs, is unneccessary silly computer overuse already does this, adding steps, wastes time, gathering irrelevant data, with massive […]Read more "The art of Medicine & computers"
Positioning read this Head-Elevated Patient Positioning Decreases Complications of Emergent Tracheal Intubation in the Ward and Intensive Care Unit. Khandelwal N1, Khorsand S, Mitchell SH, Joffe AM. Positioning important for any potentially difficult procedure, moving fridge,standing on surfboard,lumber punctures,intubation etc Positioning 1st step -> a building is only as strong as it’s foundations “Overall, at […]Read more "Positioning & successful intubation"
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the olympics traditionally been about the human spirit, competition, striving for success, gracious winning and losing now it’s a business,the lowest form of humanity, for old guys to exploit and make money off the youth just like world cup bidding the olympics ain’t a brand it’s about this John Stephen Ahkwari ‘Today we have witnessed […]Read more "Will the real Olympic games please stand up?"
The Starling curve is basically a graph of load versus performance for the heart. the more you load the heart the harder it contracts and more work it does and it’s a good thing up to a certain point. It allows us to cope with additional requirements in our lives, but again up to a […]Read more "The Starling curve,a rubber band and why overworking doesn’t work"