Heart attack, myocardial infarction, thrombophlebitis, varicose veins, hemorrhoids... What is common to all these diseases? One of the circumstances of their appearance - thick blood. It cannot freely move through blood vessels (particularly the brain) and to transport nutrients and oxygen. Slow blood flow also leads to oxygen starvation of the internal organs.Some know that thick blood must be diluted. But many people do not realize that it is possible to do without expensive drugs, just slightly changing your dietSo what needs to be done to the blood circulate. Some General tips.Prevention of Read more [...]
Vinegar: Used for cleaning and polishing." Used to soften the fabric of the clothes. Used in cooking." Used as a traditional remedy for healing purposes." Used for burns. Removes nasty odors." Used to remove stains.In hard times can assist knowledge how to make one or another product. Here is found one recipe wxosx can be made from all of the berries, which were already imbued with brandy. Remaining after liqueurs berries, place in a glass or porcelain bowl, pour hot water and leave it in this way for the whole day. Then berries squeeze hand pump in the same water, which is then filtered through Read more [...]
Ship Ayrfield stands out in the midst of a huge number of other decommissioned ships in the Homebush Bay (West of Sydney) own pyshnovatym green foliage decorating serially case. 102-year-old ship, built in England in 1911, now transformed into a floating green island of life in the midst of a graveyard of ships.Our life is very unpredictable, and sometimes it happens amazing things. For example, the death of the 1st may be the birth of something else. Exactly and came out with an abandoned English ship SS Ayrfield. In the last years, this ship was thrown off the coast of the Olympic village in Read more [...]
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Misha, Often even doctors recommend high blood pressure to lower pressure using a glass of brandy or other alcoholic drink. Really, a small amount of alcohol weakens the tone of the vascular wall, the expanding vessels. But along with this it also increases heart rate. And blood pressure is directly depending on the volume of blood pushed into the bloodstream. What this volume is greater than the pressure above. Because Read more [...]
I've got some additions, comments and corrections to the article respected Alexei (Nord) "First aid for bleeding." Text got a lot, therefore, brought in a separate publication. So, my old man's grumbling.Arterial or venous?All textbooks and manuals of first aid assert that pulsatile arterial bleeding bet a fountain. I, too, believed in it, and in the classroom in general surgery excitedly told the teacher memorized by heart the truth. But he corrected me. Said it was written in the textbooks of first aid, and actually beat one artery not pulsating jet and Vienna can just throb. Then I realized Read more [...]
Survayvery gentlemen, I have not yet ostoe l ...? I mean, is not tired? )))
Just in light of recent events, I am referring tragedy of the ship "Bulgaria", I want to share experiences Spent courts. Can anyone familiar with this and, but can save the life of someone ...As it happened, fate brought you to the ship (not the ship (!) Put right accent))). First, the majority begins to look hot spots ... My advice, leave it for later!Look around the cabin, which portholes. Classic round - people do not get through. All lower floors are given the portholes. On the upper floors, they are rectangular Read more [...]
More than 4,000 people were taken prisoner on an ocean liner Carnival Triumph, which on Thursday made a five-day cruise off the coast of the United States. After a Sunday on the ship caught fire, the engine broke down, and it lied to the agency AP.The fire caused the engine room, was extinguished by the automatic fire extinguishing system. The incident resulted in one of the on board 3143 passengers and 1086 crew members was injured. However, due to engine failure management of the vessel was lost, and it is strongly deviated from the course. $ CUT $On Monday, the ship drifted in the Read more [...]
Soon the ships can get rid of the bacteria in the same way as horses get rid of the flies. Created a special material, which is reduced and stretched, literally shaking the bacteria from the surface. The use of this technology are very large, as it helps to get rid of even large colonies of various microorganisms.Initially, scientists at Duke University have developed a material capable to solve the problem of accumulation of bacteria on the surface of the vessel. Over time, bacteria create a vessel to trim biosliz, which increases the resistance to movement, reduces the energy efficiency of Read more [...]
Nice English word "rafting"Miscall rafting on mountain rivers, and not just on an inflatable raft," raft ", but on a catamaran, a bagel, a kayak, kayak, though, to emphasize is the last resort, as the coolest, pronounce" kayaking ". Words like "katamaraning" or "baydarking" I have not heard.
It is generally accepted that the equipment for rafting is issued along with the ship in place to rent, they shall be the instructor in charge of the ship and equipment. This applies primarily to white water rafting in abroad - in South America, along the Read more [...]
Obviously, the first device should be called seismoscope instead seismograph, for he has recorded earthquake, but did not measure their strength. Invented it, according to some historians, Zhang Heng, who headed the Department of almanacs and history of China, in 132 BC. e. With characteristic ingenuity he fashioned Chinese elaborately ornamented vessel in the form of a barrel diameter of about 90 centimeters. On the outer surface of the vessel, it has strengthened eight dragon heads, and in the mouths of each lay the ball. Below the head of a dragon, he placed a frog with raised open mouths. Read more [...]
(Dutch overkeil), a revolution of the vessel up the keel (bottom). DOS. cause 0. - Lack of lateral and longitudinal stability of the vessel is blocked by the difficult navigation conditions in rapids plums, standing waves, etc. The lack of stability may depend on the structure of a ship, but it can also occur in by pouring water in the cockpit, and when properly executed tech. reception of navigation.
Overturned vessel must quickly return to their normal position - put on an even keel. Inflatable boats and catamarans can be put on an even keel with their Read more [...]
a) If the position of the vessel is likely moving typhoon sector (cases B and C) is recommended discrepancy kontrkursah or courses without calling in outside the sector. "Lapel Forward" makes it easier to avoid the risk and reduce the error calculations and is preferred.
b) If the position of the vessel within the sector likely moving storm typhoon field (Case A) Calculations are based on evasion maneuver from point T by constructing speed of the triangle (see article below nomerom51) where VT - velocity of the typhoon, Uk - speed deviating ship AA- evasion rate zone 5 or 6-point wind. Read more [...]
Navigation Support search and rescue operations carried out surface and underwater navigation systems. Surface systems are used to provide a ship carrier at a specified point (zone) of the ocean. According to the foreign press, the mean square error of position fixing carrier astronavigatsionnoy system is up to 5.5 km, with unlimited range. Mean square errors of the space radio navigation systems range from one hundred to 1.5 - 2.0 km, depending on the distance from the search area broadcasting stations systems.
Satellite radio-navigation system "Transit" theory provides a root mean Read more [...]
Underwater vehicles, with little autonomy for the life support system and source of energy can not solve their tasks in isolation from the vessel carrier (ship-base). Ship-carrier provides storage and transportation system, launch and recovery aboard. It shall be the following types of support staff in the performance of underwater work: hydro-meteorological (weather and sea conditions in the study area), hydrographic (survey of the area before diving apparatus for obtaining information on the topography and nature of the soil, the presence of underwater currents, density jumps, etc. etc.), navigation Read more [...]
Shunting of blood vessels - A surgical operation that creates a new, temporary or permanent, the path of blood flow in the bypass section of the vessel is off from the circulation.
The simplest method of shunting blood vessels is turned off simultaneously allocating blood vessel through a special section of the metal cannula with atraumatic clamps, connected with a rubber tube. Instead of special cannulas sometimes use plastic tube.
Temporary bypass blood vessels applied after radical operations on the large blood vessels that require switch off damaged plot vessel from the circulation by the Read more [...]
Thrombosis - Is a lifetime loss of blood dense masses (thrombus) that is fixed on the inner wall of the vessel or the heart, and to a greater or lesser degree, hindering blood flow. Clot consists of red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets (thrombocytes) and fibrin in different proportions. Distinguish clots coagulation based education which are the usual mechanisms of blood clotting (see blood clotting), and agglutination thrombi (pretsipitatsionnye), which are formed of platelets in settling and gluing them on the inside of the vessel with the subsequent decay. On the original agglutination Read more [...]
Vascular joint - type of surgical suture imposed on blood vessel walls. Distinguished: circular vessel suture (Over the entire circumference of the vessel), side (a large part of the circle), parietal (a small area of the vessel). Application: vascular injury, arterial and arterio-venous aneurysm, creating mezhsosudistyh anastomoses, plastic and reconstructive surgery on the great vessels in atherosclerosis and endarteritis. Vascular seam applied by hand (Carrel seam, the seam Morozova) and mechanical (see stapler).
A patient with a vascular suture cash needs careful monitoring in the postoperative Read more [...]
Dissection gastrolienal ligament. To do this, as described above meets the left gastroepiploic artery (see Fig. 15). Now the greater curvature of the stomach remains in connection with the spleen only through the gastro-splenic ligament, which is essentially a top-left division of the greater omentum and comes from the greater curvature of the stomach to the gate of the spleen. Between the sheets of this ligament laid some fat and short gastric vessels, which are three in number, rarely four, crossing from the spleen to the stomach and supply it to the upper section of the greater curvature. Read more [...]
Ligation of the blood vessels (vinctura vasorum; synonym: ligation of vessels ligated to vessels) - a surgical technique, which consists in squeezing vessel encircled around him tightened and knotted thread (ligature). Such cross-ligation of blood vessels reaches its full occlusion and cessation of blood flow in it. Most often, the PK with. used as a means of final bleeding (see), at least - to reduce the blood supply to an organ or change the direction of blood flow in the area of the vascular bed (eg, surgery Anelia in traumatic aneurysm). Besides cross P.k.s. with hemostatic purpose can Read more [...]
Struggle with spasm of collaterals in the postoperative period were mainly conducted by novocaine blockade sympathetic ganglia: lumbar ganglia of the lower limbs, stellate ganglion to the top (see Siege of novocaine). Vasospasm, shot through the blockade, often not renewed. If the novocaine blockade makes a noticeable, but short-term improvement, it is advisable to make certain components of sympathectomy, which sometimes makes the limb. In the absence of the effect of procaine blockade can anticipate failure of sympathectomy and undertake a complex intervention should not be. In such cases, Read more [...]