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Eustachian Tube & Its Disorders otalgia

Eustachian Tube & Its Disorders otalgia

Eustachian Tube & Its Disorders otalgia. Dr. S harwak Ramlan. 16th century anatomist Eustachius . pharyngotympanic tube. Connects the front wall of the middle ear with the nasopharynx. Develops from 1 st pharyngeal pouch. Anatomy. Anatomy.

By jaden
(852 views)

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Outline. Definition Low tidal volume ventilation (6 mL/kg of predicted body weight) Plateau pressure Permissive hypercapnia Hypoxemia (PEEP/FiO2) Prone ventilation Neuromuscular blockade Conservative fluid management. ARDS.

By JasminFlorian
(522 views)

MAE 5360: Hypersonic Airbreathing Engines

MAE 5360: Hypersonic Airbreathing Engines

MAE 5360: Hypersonic Airbreathing Engines. Component and System Losses Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department Florida Institute of Technology D. R. Kirk. Altitude vs. Velocity Regime. Reynolds Number and Transition.

By adamdaniel
(947 views)

METEOROLOGY

METEOROLOGY

METEOROLOGY. GEL-1370. Chapter Six. Air Pressure and Wind. Goal for this Chapter. We are going to learn answers to the following questions: How and Why Atmospheric Pressure Varies? What forces influence atmospheric motions at aloft and surface?

By Thomas
(405 views)

Barometric Pressure

Barometric Pressure

Barometric Pressure. Air is made up of molecules of gases (nitrogen, oxygen, argon, water vapor, etc.). Because these gases have mass, air is pulled toward the center of Earth by gravity. Barometric pressure is the weight (force) of the air pushing on a unit of surface area of the ground.

By Jims
(406 views)

Warm-Up – 5/13 – 10 minutes

Warm-Up – 5/13 – 10 minutes

Warm-Up – 5/13 – 10 minutes. Utilizing your notes and past knowledge answer the following questions: Describe the purpose of performance charts. What does the takeoff chart take into consideration?

By albert
(156 views)

Weather Graphic Products

Weather Graphic Products

Weather Graphic Products. Surface Analysis Chart. Surface Analysis - Shows fronts, data such as temperature, dewpoint, & wind Solid lines, called isobars, close together, indicate pressure gradient is greater and winds are stronger A dashed line indicates a weaker pressure gradient.

By Mia_John
(261 views)

Density

Density

Introduction to Physical Science Monday, Wednesday, Thursday Tom Burbine tomburbine@astro.umass.edu. Density. Density = Mass/Volume Mass is usually in grams or kilograms Volume is usually in cm³ or m³. Densities. Density of water = 1 g/cm³ = 1,000 kg/m³

By benjamin
(838 views)

PHYSICS – Pressure

PHYSICS – Pressure

PHYSICS – Pressure. LEARNING OBJECTIVES. What would be more painful?. Being trodden on by a 55kg woman wearing stiletto heels?. What would be more painful?. Being trodden on by a 55kg woman wearing stiletto heels?. Or being trodden on by a 3 tonne elephant?. What would be more painful?.

By elina
(476 views)

A Discussion on Yankee Safety Issues

A Discussion on Yankee Safety Issues

A Discussion on Yankee Safety Issues. By: D K Singhal. Disclaimer. This presentation is supplied as a self learning presentation, and is subjected to the condition that the author accepts no liability from the use of the same or from the techniques or information provided within the same.

By jana
(529 views)

Gases

Gases

Gases. Dr. Ron Rusay. TED: Gas Properties https://www.youtube.com/watc?v=EHxdVtygP1g. TED: Gas Laws https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BY9VGS2eXas. Gases. Uniformly fill any container. Exert pressure on its surroundings. Mix completely with other gases.

By salena
(222 views)

Properties of Fluids

Properties of Fluids

Properties of Fluids. Chapter 14 Section 2. How do ships float ?. Despite their weight, ships are able to float. This is because a greater force pushing up on the ship opposes the weight—or force—of the ship pushing down. How do ships float ?.

By Antony
(314 views)

FAA WJH Technical Center John W. Reinhardt

FAA WJH Technical Center John W. Reinhardt

FAA WJH Technical Center John W. Reinhardt Fire Safety Section, AAR-440 Atlantic City Int’l Airport, New Jersey 08405 609.485.5034. Objective Background Technical Approach Results Final Remarks.

By Leo
(148 views)

Ventilator VT Plus HF Gas flow analyzer

Ventilator VT Plus HF Gas flow analyzer

Ventilator VT Plus HF Gas flow analyzer. Dr Fadhl Al- Akwaa fadlwork@gmail.com www.Fadhl-alakwa.weebly.com. AGENDA. Medical Terminology How Ventilators Work Modes of Ventilation Block diagram Ventilator performance test. Terminology. Expiration = Exhalation = breathing out

By Jims
(699 views)

Cardiac Output monitoring: Pressure , Volume , Flow

Cardiac Output monitoring: Pressure , Volume , Flow

Cardiac Output monitoring: Pressure , Volume , Flow. Cardiovascular System. Components include: Heart – pump Blood vessels – closed delivery system Arteries Veins Capillaries Blood – cells & plasma Ensures blood pumped continuously round the system

By Sophia
(2198 views)

Chapter 13 Review

Chapter 13 Review

The entire first page is vocabulary!!! Know (ALL) the kinetic theory as it relates to gases, liquids, and solids. Understand the difference between boiling point and normal boiling point and the impact atmospheric pressure has on them. Be able to convert between all units of pressure.

By oshin
(372 views)

Lecture- 2 Fluid Statics (Part A)

Lecture- 2 Fluid Statics (Part A)

Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics , 7th Edition, Bruce R. Munson. Theodore H. Okiishi . Alric P. Rothmayer John Wiley & Sons, Inc.l , 2013. Lecture- 2 Fluid Statics (Part A). Lecture slides by Dhafer Manea Hachim 2016-2017

By duff
(722 views)

Do Now

Do Now

Do Now. What is the atmosphere? What does the atmosphere protect us from? In which layer of the atmosphere does most weather occur?. Who in the pile has the most pressure pushing on them? Why?. Air Pressure Works in the Same Way.

By tamyra
(187 views)

Respiration: from Physiology to Phonetics

Respiration: from Physiology to Phonetics

Respiration: from Physiology to Phonetics. Alain Marchal Laboratoire Parole et Langage CNRS – Aix-en-Provence. F. Rohrer (1925): Treatise on respiratory movements: the basis of Respiratory Physiology. W. Fenn : Extension of this work in the 1940s.

By decker
(1209 views)

STERILIZATION AND ASEPSIS

STERILIZATION AND ASEPSIS

STERILIZATION AND ASEPSIS. INTRODUCTION: Sterilization : the process by which an article, surface or medium is freed of all living micro-organisms either in the vegetative or spore state.

By morse
(1317 views)

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