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Directional terms are widespread in all references concerning human performance, including anatomy, kinesiology, sports medicine, athletic training; and strength and bodybuilding coaching. At first, these terms can be confusing to the student of strength training but they are easy to understand once the fundamentals are studied. This article gives an explanation for the many directional terms including definitions and examples.
SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST, or SCA, is defined as “a sudden and unexpected pulseless condition attributed to cessation of cardiac mechanical activity”, according to the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation. SCA is the leading cause of death in adults over the age of 40 in the United States, but fortunately is often reversible and can be treated … Continue reading How to Memorize the H’s and T’s of ACLS – Certification Training for Nurses
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I remember when I was in nursing school heading to my first day of preceptorship in the emergency department nervous that I would botch one of the most common nursing procedures of starting an intravenous line. I was always so worried I would get one of those patients that tells you they are a "hard stick"…
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Here Esther shares her story of being molested by another child as a child herself, and the way in which this tore her life apart for many years to follow.
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There are 13 Vitamins Your Body Needs. They are vitamins A, C, D, E, K and the B vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, vitamin B-6, vitamin B-12 and folate). This chart include natural sources, signs of deficiency, type and function.
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There are three basic parts to an EKG: P wave: this is the wave that shows what is going on in the atria of the heart aka atrial contraction QRS: think ventricles, if there's an abnormal QRS the problem is almost always in the ventricles If the QRS is narrow: the problem is above the…