Tick - Is involuntary, rapid, non-rhythmic clonic muscle contractions, repetitive stereotyped. Distinguish between localized and common tics. Attributed to localized teak face, neck, arms and legs. Among the most frequent facial tics tics circular muscles of the eye (blepharoclonus) and blink tick, observed tick muscles of the forehead, nose, and mouth (smacking, sucking, sniff, etc.). Several less common tick neck and shoulder (rotation of the head or violent movement sternocleidomastoid), these ticks are often combined with facial. For ticks hands characteristic motor acts similar to a Read more [...]
Thiamine (Thiaminum; vitamin B1 list B) - a specific tool for the treatment and prevention of hypovitaminosis B1. Thiamine is also used in neuritis, neuralgia, peripheral paraplegia, liver disease, stomach ulcers and duodenal ulcers in patients with angina and myocardial infarction, endarteritis, and other diseases. Assign inside 0,006-0,02 g 1-5 times a day, or intramuscular 0,015-0,06 1 g once a day.
Produced in the form of thiamine bromide (Thiamini bromidum) in powder, tablets and pills to 0,002 g, 1 ml ampoule 3 and 6% solution or in the form of thiamine chloride (Thiamini chloridum) in Read more [...]
In the tourist ski trip across the plains, on the track, road, on the gentle gradients using conventional ski moves. Here are some examples of ski equipment.
The plain, on the sloping uphill move alternately dvuhshazhnym and alternate chetyrehshazhnym way. With a slight bias is applied simultaneously trehshazhny move. On gentle slopes with good sliding besshazhny should simultaneously move. Gentle ups are stepping step straight and steeper - diagonal or zigzag. Even steeper climbs overcome "poluelochkoy", "herringbone" ladder. Turns on the spot stepping perform. When Read more [...]
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Traffic on the trails. The frequency and length steps in walking depends on many factors: the height, length of limbs, the constitution, the weight of tourists, but the master should be set a pace and speed, so it was acceptable in the group. The speed of movement depends on the terrain. The plain it is, is on the rise, the smaller it is steeper.
We should strive to walk evenly, with the same frequency and length of steps. The plain or slaboperesechennoy area should go, trying not fully straighten his legs at the time of repulsion. After the end of the repulsion to learn to relax the muscles. Read more [...]
Accident prevention - A set of measures and technical means to ensure safe working conditions.
In the Soviet Union carried out a broad system of safety measures. The CPSU Program envisaged the introduction of modern safety equipment. and ensuring sanitary conditions that eliminate occupational injuries and occupational diseases.
Activities that provide a safe working environment, based on a comprehensive study of the processes of production and identification of deficiencies in the organization of safety. Safety task is to specify how to address these deficiencies, the development of effective Read more [...]
Teturam (Teturamum; synonym Antabus; List B) - for the treatment of chronic alcoholism. Alcohol interferes with the process of oxidation, with the last admission in an organism acetaldehyde, causing changes in breathing and circulation, accompanied by an unpleasant subjective sensations: a feeling of heat, chest tightness, palpitations, shortness of breath, the noise in my head, anxiety, vomiting.
Appointing alcohol on the background of teturama, produce conditioned to the taste and smell of alcohol and achieve long-term treatment of partial or complete intolerance of alcohol. The drug is taken Read more [...]
Herbaceous perennials and 120 cm high. Distribution: European part (south). Caucasus, Western and Eastern Siberia.
Contain cardenolides established structure to 0.5% in T. sarmatiense Woodson.
Medicinal. Indications - cardio-vascular system in diseases of the heart and blood vessels - T. lancifolium (Russanov) Pobed.
Toxicity. Toxic: T. lancifolium; exhibits insecticidal activity: T. sarmatiense.
Materials. For the manufacture of canvas, ropes: fiber stems T. lancifolium, T. sarmatiense, Lifebelts (packing): seed (flying detachment) T. lancifolium.
Melliferous. T. lancifolium. Read more [...]
Tetraethyl (TPP) - an organic compound of lead, used as a antiknock fuel for internal combustion engines. TPS is part of the ethyl fluid that is added to gasoline (leaded gasoline). Ethyl liquid - A colorless, oily liquid with an unpleasant odor, insoluble in water, well - in organic solvents, t ° boiling 200 °. but the volatility is very high, evaporate even at temperatures below 0 °, well absorbed by porous materials. Enters the body through the respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract and intact skin. Toxic effects associated with the action of the whole molecule of TPP and lead, released Read more [...]
Tetracyclines - A group of drugs, which is the active ingredient of the antibiotic tetracycline, produced by Streptomyces aurefaciens and other related organisms.
1. Tetracycline (Tetracyclinum; synonym deskhlorbiomitsin, list B) - an antibiotic effective against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, rickettsia and some viruses. Is used to treat pneumonia, subacute bacterial endocarditis, bacillary and amoebic dysentery, whooping cough, gonorrhea, brucellosis, tularemia, typhus, psittacosis, urinary tract infections, chronic cholecystitis, purulent meningitis, peritonitis, surgical sepsis Read more [...]
Tetany - Symptom, occurring in the form of seizures and are accompanied by disorders of the central and peripheral nervous system.
Etiology and pathogenesis. Tetany may occur in the gastro-intestinal diseases (pyloric stenosis, pancreatitis, colitis, dysentery) in acute infectious diseases (eg, tetanus) and intoxication, some endocrine disorders (hypoparathyroidism, Addison's disease, etc.), the abrupt hyperventilation (eg, in hysteria or encephalitis), and after serious operations, in women during pregnancy and lactation, in children suffering from rickets, etc. There are cases of idiopathic Read more [...]
Testosterone (Testosteronum) - male sexual hormone (androgen). Produced by interstitial cells of the testes. Testosterone stimulates the development of sex organs and secondary sex characteristics in men, enhances anabolic processes. In clinical practice using synthetic drugs: methyltestosterone, testosterone propionate and testosterone enanthate, possessing the biological and therapeutic properties of the natural hormone. Apply with sexual underdevelopment, evnuhoidizme, male menopause and related vascular and neurological disorders, with impotence, prostatic hypertrophy, etc.
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Pic: Keith Carter"THE Conclusion Metre ED SMILED was when I told him where he was sledding to be interred," says Doug Peacock, an environmental reformist in Edward Abbey's pack and the image for Abbey's nearly celebrated role, George Hayduke, in The Monkey-wrench Pack. On Abut 14, 1989, the day Abbey died from esophageal hemorrhage at 62, Peacock, on with friends Jackass Loeffler, Tom Cartwright, and Steve Prescott, clothed Abbey's eubstance in his amytal dormant bag, jam-packed it with dry ice, and cockeyed Cactus Ed into Loeffler's Harry cartridge. Astern fillet Read more [...]
Terrenkur - A method of coaching therapy consisting in metered walks to climbing on marked trails. Walking on level ground alternating with climbing strengthens and develops the function of the cardiovascular system, strengthens the myocardium improves neuro-muscular tone, improves the metabolism.
Distinguish terrenkur obschekurortny and vnutrisanatorny. Terrenkur dosed:
1) The distance of the route (an easy 500, an average of 1,500, more difficult 3,000 m);
2) climbs from a different angle of rise (from 2-3 ° to 15-20 °);
3) walking pace (slow steps in 60-80 min., Average 80-100 steps per minute.). Read more [...]
Thermostat - A device that allows you to maintain a constant temperature in a confined space. Used in bacteriology and virology laboratories for cultivation of microorganisms at a certain temperature, as well as in clinical laboratories for various chemical analyzes.
Thermostats are water and air. Both types of thermostats are a metal cabinet with double walls (Fig. 1), between which the heat transfer medium (air or water). Heat preservation ensured gasket insulation material (asbestos, fiber, cork, felt, etc.). In an electric heater thermostats. In the water bath is separated from the water Read more [...]
Thermotaxis (Heat) - a set of physiological processes in the body of warm-blooded animals and humans that maintain constant body temperature at a certain level with very little fluctuation.
Temperature internal environment is maintained at a relatively constant level by the principle of self-regulation, according to which the temperature deviation from a level that ensures normal functioning of an incentive, return it to that level. The set of structures for self-regulation of the body temperature, is the so-called functional system of thermoregulation (Anokhin).
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Heatstroke - Develops acutely painful condition caused by the general hyperthermia due to prolonged exposure to high ambient temperature. Heatstroke violation occurs when heat or increase heat production. Hyperthermia (see) especially vulnerable children, obese people who suffer from cardiovascular and endocrine diseases. Concomitant overheating sweating leads to a violation of water-salt metabolism, blood clots, impairing blood flow, oxygen starvation.
Thermal shock can occur in working in hot shops, construction sites in the hot days during the military marches and by direct sunlight, the solar Read more [...]
Extrasensory mysteries are seldom resolved; they're upright tarnished by schlocky flick adaptations. Mel Gibson's execution in Signs couldn't stoppage the centuries-old CROP-CIRCLE phenomenon, in which large-scale patterns cryptically drop sections of straw fields and over-the-counter crops. Adolescent pranksters claimed province for the 15 interrelated circles that off up in June in a wheatfield good Fairfield, California, but straight believers (known as "croppies") mistrust aliens at ferment.... SASQUATCH, the hirsute Northwards American man-beast hush reeling from the box-office lemon Read more [...]
Depending on the nature of the applied heat distinguished: a) moist heat - baths, showers and other kinds of water, hot compress, poultice, mud, peat, clay, etc., b) dry heat - Hot water bottles, heating pads (Termofor), dry-air and light baths. Deeper tissue heating is achieved by using high-frequency currents (diathermy) or electrical and electromagnetic fields-inductothermy, ultrahigh-frequency and microwave therapy (see Electrotherapy). The mechanism of action of thermal procedures, methods of application, indications and contraindications - See Balneotherapy, Baths, Hydrotherapy, Mud, ozokeritotherapy, Read more [...]
Theophylline (Theophyllinum; List B) - an alkaloid contained in tea leaves and coffee beans, antispasmodic. Dilates coronary vessels and bronchi, stimulates the central nervous system, has a diuretic effect. Theophylline used in coronary insufficiency and asthma in or per rectum in the form of suppositories of 0.1-0.2 g 3-4 times a day. Higher doses: single 0.4 g daily 1.2 g When using theophylline possible side effects: heartburn, vomiting, diarrhea, headache, convulsions. Product: powder. Included in the aminophylline (see), and teofedrina antasmana. See also antispasmodic. Read more [...]