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Basic Principles and Concepts of M. TB and Resistance

Basic Principles and Concepts of M. TB and Resistance

Basic Principles and Concepts of M. TB and Resistance Basic Principles and Concepts of M. TB and Resistance 1. Biological Characteristics and Condition of M. Tuberculosis Growth 2. Definitions and Basic Concepts in Resistances 3. Likelihood Generating MDR under NTP conditions

By paul2
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Supply Impact of Losing MTBE & Using Ethanol

Supply Impact of Losing MTBE & Using Ethanol

Supply Impact of Losing MTBE & Using Ethanol. Joanne Shore Energy Information Administration OPIS National Supply Summit San Antonio, Texas October 2002. www.eia.doe.gov. ON THE BOOKS Low sulfur gasoline 2004-2006 Gasoline toxics controls (MSAT) 2002

By adamdaniel
(534 views)

Oxygen Therapy

Oxygen Therapy

Oxygen Therapy Oxygen Oxygen is a drug When administered to a patient, its use must be recorded on a Clinical Record Form. Most patients in the emergency situation need oxygen therapy e.g. CPR Cardiac Conditions Lung Disease Major Trauma Head Injuries Unconscious Patient Acute Asthma

By Ava
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Water

Water

Water Quantity and Quality What is Water Pollution? any physical (temperature, oxygen), chemical (mercury), or biological (disease, sewage) change to water that adversely effects its use by living things Cuyahoga River, Ohio

By Mia_John
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The Cardiothoracic Advanced Life Support Course : Delivering Significant Improvements In Emergency Cardiothoracic Care

The Cardiothoracic Advanced Life Support Course : Delivering Significant Improvements In Emergency Cardiothoracic Care

The Cardiothoracic Advanced Life Support Course : Delivering Significant Improvements In Emergency Cardiothoracic Care J. Dunning, T. Strang, S Ariffin, J Jerstice, D Danitsch, and A. Levine James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, UK Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, UK

By Anita
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CIRCULATION

CIRCULATION

CIRCULATION. Every organism must exchange materials and energy with its environment, and this exchange ultimately occurs at the cellular level. Cells live in aqueous environments. The resources that they need, such as nutrients and oxygen, move across the plasma membrane to the cytoplasm.

By Pat_Xavi
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Figure 9.11: Potential-energy curve for H 2 .

Figure 9.11: Potential-energy curve for H 2 .

Figure 9.11: Potential-energy curve for H 2 . Covalent Bonding in Hydrogen, H 2. For animation, open, then click on "reaction of sodium with chlorine“ Then choose “magnify the reaction. Figure 9.10: The electron probability distribution for the H 2 molecule.

By Michelle
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Weather and Climate

Weather and Climate

Weather and Climate. Chapter 17 and sections of Chapter 9. Atmosphere Composition. Mixture of gases- 78% Nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 1% other gases. The biggest component of the other gases is carbon dioxide-.3%. Oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged by photosynthesis and respiration.

By EllenMixel
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BI 105A Environmental Biology

BI 105A Environmental Biology

BI 105A Environmental Biology. Professor Jill Nissen Montgomery College Fall 2006. Water Pollution. Chapter 22. Water Pollution. Any physical or chemical change in water that negatively impacts the health of humans or any other organism. Categories Of Water Pollution. Sewage

By Roberta
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Water Pollution Chapters 13 and 20 Living in the Environment , 11 th Edition, Miller

Water Pollution Chapters 13 and 20 Living in the Environment , 11 th Edition, Miller

Water Pollution Chapters 13 and 20 Living in the Environment , 11 th Edition, Miller. Advanced Placement Environmental Science La Canada High School Dr. E. Water Quality Definitions.

By Donna
(315 views)

Keeping safe at home The fire triangle Year 5&6

Keeping safe at home The fire triangle Year 5&6

Keeping safe at home The fire triangle Year 5&6. Oxygen = in the air. Fire triangle. Heat = matches and lighters. Fuel = Candle wax, wick and wood of the match. removes heat. removes fuel. removes oxygen. What specialist equipment does a firefighter have to fight fires?.

By Jims
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The relationship between land use & likely aquatic life

The relationship between land use & likely aquatic life

Chemical. The relationship between land use & likely aquatic life By: Clara Stunkel, Christy Schile, Breanna Creek, Steph Moxley, Cynthia May, Rachel Hayes, Alisa Fields.

By RoyLauris
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I. Development of the Modern Periodic Table (p. 174 - 181)

I. Development of the Modern Periodic Table (p. 174 - 181)

Ch. 6 - The Periodic Table & Periodic Law. I. Development of the Modern Periodic Table (p. 174 - 181). A. Mendeleev. Dmitri Mendeleev (1869, Russian) Organized elements by increasing atomic mass Elements with similar properties were grouped together There were some discrepancies.

By RoyLauris
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Hazardous Terrain

Hazardous Terrain

Hazardous Terrain. EMS Skills. Rescue awareness Types of specialized teams Effective coordination with specialists Hazardous terrain litter evacuations. Hazardous Terrain Types. High angle Low angle Flat terrain with obstructions. Surfaces inclined >40 o Gorges Cliffs Buildings

By ivanbritt
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MICROBIAL GROWTH.

MICROBIAL GROWTH.

MICROBIAL GROWTH. By Dr. Ijeoma Nkeiruka Otigbuo. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS. Temperature:Psychrophiles, mesophiles, thermophiles, and psychrotrophs. pH: Acidophiles, Extreme halophiles, and facultative halophiles. CHEMICAL REQUIREMENTS. Carbon. Nitrogen, Sulfur, and Phosphorus.

By jana
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Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry. Organic Chemistry. All living things are mostly composed of 4 elements: H, O, N, C “honk” Compounds are broken down into 2 general categories: Inorganic Compounds : Do not contain carbon Organic compounds Contain significant amounts of carbon.

By liam
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Algebraic Solving Method

Algebraic Solving Method

Algebraic Solving Method. Balancing Chemical Equations. Balance This Equation. Pb(N3)2 + Cr(MnO4)2  Cr2O3+ MnO2 + Pb3O4 + NO. Pb(N 3 ) 2 + Cr(MnO 4 ) 2  Cr 2 O 3 + MnO 2 + Pb 3 O 4 + NO Let Pb(N 3 ) 2 = A Let Cr(MnO 4 ) 2 = B Let Cr 2 O 3 = C Let MnO 2 = D Let Pb 3 O 4 = E

By betty_james
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RESPIRATION AND CIRCULATION

RESPIRATION AND CIRCULATION

RESPIRATION AND CIRCULATION. Systems working together. Use the back of your c irculatory system slide guide. Oxygen Goes In. Air is breathed in. In the lungs, the ALVEOLI give OXYGEN to the small CAPILLARIES (blood vessels). The HEART pumps the oxygen-rich blood to the ARTERIES.

By paul2
(222 views)

OBJECTIVES

OBJECTIVES

OBJECTIVES. Recognize risk factors for OSA Recognize potential complications of OSA Know how diagnose OSA Discuss treatment options . Snoring can be more than just noise!! New Insights to Obtructive Sleep Apnea. Sheila Y. Garris, M.D., F.A.C.P., F.A.S.H.

By Antony
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CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT WAID ACADEMY

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT WAID ACADEMY

CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT WAID ACADEMY. Standard Grade Topic 3. 15. Which of the elements shown is a liquid at room temperature?. Silicon. Bromine. Oxygen. Magnesium. 20. Which of the elements shown is not naturally occurring?. Astatine. Antimony. Rubidium. Gallium. 15.

By sandra_john
(275 views)

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