Tutor profile: Jess T.
¿Cuando usan ser y estar?
"Ser" y "Estar" son verbos muy confusos. Los basicos son que "ser" es más permanante en una oracion y "estar" es temporario. "Estar" es para emociones, o condiciones que pueden cambiar. "Ser "es para los que no cambian. Hay excepciones pero estos son los basicos.
Situation- You are off the clock and you drive by a fresh care accident. No authorized personnel are in the area and you go over to see if they need help. You go over to the car window and see that someone appears unconscious, what do you do next?
Nursing is not a job that you can clock out of and be done with for the day. As a nurse, you currently assess people, situations and help when help is needed. The lifesaving skills you learn cannot be forgotten or turned off, and in an emergency situation, you are responsible to help. First, assess the situation for safety. Make sure the car is in park, or unable to roll, see if the door will open and call 911 immediately for help. While on the phone with 911, give a detailed description about the person, his condition and check to see if you can find a pulse or watch for any movement for signs of breathing. Keep 911 on the line and tell them everything you see. If the person at all seems to have an injury to the head, neck or spine, do not move the patients position. If possible, start CPR with hands-only compressions. Keep 911 on speaker while you do this until help arrives. Try to find some sort of information about the patient in a wallet, phone, etc to help identify the patient. Look to see if he/she has any sort of medical bracelet, necklace, tag or keychain revealing an abnormal health condition. Stay with the person until help arrives.
How many bones, muscles, joints are in the body? What is the underlying connection about how the body works?
There are 206 bones, 640 muscles and 360 joints in the human body. Isn't that crazy? They all work together to provide fluid movement, and the ability to move around, complete daily activities and allow expense activity. How? Well...Organs and tissues throughout the body provide the necessary nutrients, and components for these bones, muscles and joints to perform their duties. Vitamins, minerals, proteins and hormones are released involuntarily to allow these body parts to complete their functions.
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