In the poem “Treblinka Gas Chamber”, by Phyllis Webb and in the TRC’s “The History”, both texts share a common theme of inhumane treatment towards children within certain cultural and ethnical groups. While the two authors explore distinct historical contexts, both texts are centred on racial segregation with nationalistic motives.
In this method of execution the prisoner is restrained and sealed in an airtight chamber and dropped hydrochloric acid potassium cyanide or sodium cyanide crystals which producing hydrocyanic gas. This gas destroys the body's ability to process blood hemoglobin, and unconsciousness can occur within a few seconds if the prisoner takes a deep breath. Death usually occurs within six to 18 minutes. After the pronouncement of death the chamber is evacuated through carbon and neutralizing filters. Crews wearing gas masks decontaminate the body with bleach solution, and it is out gassed before being released. If this process was not done, the undertaker or anyone handling the body would be killed.
When I was first diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, a common colon disease, I had no idea what it was. It wasn’t until several tests and explanations from multiple doctors that my parents and I started to understand the extent of the problem. Although it didn’t seem like it would be a big deal, it quickly took over my entire life. Dealing with the condition meant chronic pain, medication, and many more doctors’ visits. Fortunately, my case wasn’t too severe. A few months after the diagnosis, the disease was manageable and I was able to live my riveting 14-year-old life.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention define the term, “Latino” or, “Hispanic” as “a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin” (Arias, 2010). In the United States, Latinos have comprised 16 percent of the population, making them the largest minority. Some sources project that this proportion will increase to 30 percent by 2050 (Juckett, 2013). With such a presence of Hispanic people, it is very likely that nurses will have the opportunity to provide culturally competent care to these individuals. As such, it is important to know how the Latino culture generally regards health, illness, disease, and death.
Unit three was quite challenging and very rewarding. So many of the patients I encountered during this unit (actually unit two because I have not had any clinical so far in unit three) have had ongoing struggles with addiction, specifically to benzodiazepines. I made it one of my goals for this unit to learn more about the proper use of benzodiazepines, and to discuss with my preceptor the many options for alternative medications and the treatment of anxiety.
I went after to find Sasha because she is my true love. Also, I went after to find her because when we were in the infected zone together she saved my life, when the jocks were after me. Sasha also saved my life by helping me into a gang so I had a place to stay and food to eat.
HARRIS, LaFrance (Employer of Records) was advised of the identities of the MFCU interviewing agents BEEKMAN, Kiana, HICKS, Howard and THAW, Daniel. She voluntarily provided the following information:
Nolwazi and Wandile are right too. Maybe I should call the AA. Who? Alcoholics Anonymous. I 'm sure they have a website. Can you find me their number? - If you think it will help. - Thanks. AA? Is it that bad? Were you eavesdropping? Mind your own business. - If anything is wrong with my son... - I 'm sorry. After all he 's been through - stolen, kept from his family... When he finally gets home, you try to kill him. I 'm sorry. I never meant to... I just... Things were just so crazy... Mr and Mrs Mogale. Mr and Mrs Mogale. - How is Thapelo? - Thapelo? - The file says... - Yes, Amo. - How is he? - He 's fine. - Are you sure? - I have examined him thoroughly. And he 's in good shape. His nose and throat are slightly inflamed I don 't know. That I 'm a bad mother? That I haven 't bonded with him? That 's true, I guess. I look at him. I look at my husband. And... I feel nothing. Just... empty, disconnected... It 's understandable considering what you 've been through. I think you 're suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Getting my son back is traumatic? - What does that say about me? - You have to put it in context. You lost a child, you were kidnapped and tortured, you lost a husband... and you buried your son. Yes, but finding out he 's alive... Surely that 's a good thing. It is, but it has disrupted your life and made your suffering when you lost him redundant. That 's traumatic. - Will I ever feel better? - You will, but it will take time. - So I 'm going to feel like this for a while? - I 'll prescribe an anti-depressant. I 've been on something... but it doesn 't seem to work. You 've been taking these as per prescription? - Yes. - For how long? Here 's the issue date. So just a few days. You need to be on these for at least 2 weeks before we can change the dosage or the drug. Two weeks? I just want to be normal again. Dinner will be ready in half an hour. Thanks. How are you feeling? Your
In the United States alone, more than 36 million people abuse illegal substances, however, most of these are not caused by the prescription of opioids. A drug abuse crisis is overtaking the U.S. Drug abuse kills over 200,000 people worldwide each year, although only .002 percent of these deaths are caused by the prescription of opioids. 117 million people suffer from a chronic illness, many of which need the prescription of opioids to function on a daily basis. Even though many people abuse them, doctors should not stop prescribing opioids because they are necessary for many people to function, most people who abuse them have had problems with other substances, and most opioid-related deaths do not come from doctor prescribed pills.
Clostridium difficile is becoming a major problem inside of hospitals. There are many reasons as to why the bacteria is becoming a top priority while treating patients mainly inside of the hospital setting. Hospital-induced infections, lack of a proper diet, and even when people do not perform proper hygiene is causing this bacteria that is considered normal biota, to flourish and cause gastrointestinal distress. Bacteria have spent millions of years growing and their whole goal is to keep doing that.
Borowski is very straight forward in the book This way to the gas, ladies and gentlemen because it emphasizes the dark nature of the events that happened in the Nazi concentration camps.
This article was about Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. This is relevant to our course because in order to treat diseases like this we need to know how the body works in order to create treatment plans such as the ones in this article. I know of a few different people who suffer from inflammatory bowel disease. It really is not as uncommon as I thought. Reading this article kept me interested since I know people who have it. This made it easier to learn about because I would think about my family members and how they each have to deal with this disease. I wanted to learn more information so I could better understand what is going on with my family members who have Crohn’s disease. Since I was the only student who participated in the group discussion, I would have liked it better if I could have heard other students’ tell their personal relationship with someone who has inflammatory bowel disease. Also, I learn better if a student explains a complicated concept to me rather than a textbook or teacher. Sometimes if a classmate says something, then that helps me to
Natural elements along with an unforeseen circumstance contributed to the direct catastrophe tragedy that captures the lives of twelve members of the El Cariso Hotshots on November 1, 1966.This fire become designated as The Loop Fire. Ten members perish on the Fireline will twelve members severely burn consequently two perish later at the hospital from burn injuries. Bringing the fatalities total to twelve members of the El Cariso Hotshots. We can’t forget this fallen man. We need to learn from the past to prevent future targets through our action taken by strategy, tactics and hazard awareness. Each member is ultimately responsible for taken firefighter safety action and being able to recognize scene around them. Understanding Topographical
You mentioned that my employment was contingent to enrolling for this certification for this year, and after reviewing the amount of time I will have to spend and the money, I do not think I will be able to do so, at least not for this year. I've been using my weekends to work on my dissertation, and December and January are very important for my dissertation's conclusion and presentation. I cannot afford to pay $7,000 for one more semester so I can get a TESOL certification. I am sorry, but it is just not possible this year.
Since their existence, supplements have been a savior for people. Whether he or she is lacking something, wants to enhance their life, or simply feel complete, supplements are often taken to fill these needs. The need to use them could either be internal or as advice from a physician. The availability of supplements is nearly endless. Barring the more serious pathologies from the list, most pathologies or issues can be helped with supplements. The use is not intended to overall cure; however, the use is simply as a means to help the problem or to prevent anything serious from occurring. Devil’s Claw is not a much known supplement; nonetheless, the use of it is beneficial. The pharmacology behind this supplement is at times broad and at time