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Blood Warmer Devices: Which are the Areas of Use?

01st February 2012
Giving chilled blood intravenously is amongst the lesser-known factors behind hypothermia, however the outcomes might be just as risky as hypothermia attributable to climate exposure. To protect your clinical patients as well as personal injury victims fr... Read >
Author: Chris

Information of Post Burns

23rd January 2012
First and superficial second degree burns are partial thickness burns which may heal without skin grafting as there is still healthy skin at the bottom of the burn to heal the skin from the bottom up. Full thickness or 3rd degree burns and deep 2nd degree... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Phases of CPR

18th June 2009
The Electrical Phase The first phase of CPR is called the electrical phase and extends from the beginning of cardiac arrest to approximately 5 minutes following the arrest. Defibrillation is most effective during the electrical phase. If an AED is avai... Read >
Author: Vital Ethics

Steam Bath Detox For A Healthier Way Of Life

19th October 2007
Detoxification is the body's natural method of expelling toxins from the body. This can be done by sweating, respiration, toilet visits and the proper function of the liver and kidneys. This is a vital funtion to maintain the body's natural balance. Each ... Read >
Author: Spencer Randon
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