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If you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), you may need a nasogastric (NG) tube inserted. A nasogastric tube goes through your nose into your stomach and can be used to feed,… give medications, treat bowel obstructions, or pump your stomach. The tube can help your IBS, treating a bowel obstruction by releasing gasses and fluids in your stomach. This also helps your abdomen shrink if it is distended. The NG will be hooked up to a suction machine to suck out the gasses and fluids; this can take several hours or days depending on how much fluid and gasses have to be sucked out. To learn more about these topics, read on.A nasogastric tube is plastic tubing that is inserted into your nose and goes down your esophagus and into your stomach. The tube is used to feed you, treat bowel obstructions, pump your stomach, or administer medication. This procedure takes a few minutes to perform. If you have IBS, an NG tube can help you get rid of an intestinal blockage by releasing gas and fluids in your stomach.The NG tube is hooked up to a suction machine and both the tube and the machine work to bring out the fluid and gas that are stuck in your stomach. This procedure also pushes down the bowel so it's not distended. This will make it easier for the obstruction to go away. You may feel more comfortable after having the tube in, since the painful gasses that were building up have escaped. After having the NG tube in, doctors can treat your bowel obstruction.It depends on how long it takes for the fluids and gasses to be brought out. The process could take from several hours to two or three days. Once the tube is taken out, doctors will either put you on a low-fiber diet until the obstruction clears up by itself or remove the obstruction with surgery. Usually, if your bowel is partially obstructed, the obstruction will clear up on its own. If you have a completely obstructed bowel or it doesn't clear up by itself, surgery is usually the only option.When you have a nasogastric tube put in, it's a very uncomfortable experience. The tube can be difficult to pass through your nose and may hurt going down your throat. When the tube is ready to be inserted, you will be instructed to lie down. Then while the tube is being moved from your nose into your stomach, you will be told to move your head, neck, or parts of your body to help the tube slide down easier. When the tube is being moved into your stomach, you may feel like you want to cough or throw up.When you have IBS, you might require an NG tube to relieve a bowel obstruction. The tube is inserted into your nose and goes down to your stomach. It is hooked up to a suction machine that sucks out the gasses and fluids that are building up in your stomach due to the obstruction. While it is uncomfortable for the time that you are using it, the NG tube will relieve the painful pressure that builds in your abdomen during a bowel obstruction. Keep this article in mind if you need to prepare for NG tube insertion.Doctors or nurses can give you an oral aesthetic to help the tube slide down easier. They can also use a lubricant to help with insertion. This will make it more comfortable for you. (MORE)
Upper respiratory infections, or URIs, are one of the most common infectious diseases seen in cats, particularly in kittens. Symptoms include sneezing, nasal and ocular discha…rges and sometimes more serious symptoms. (MORE)
A common misconception that people have is presuming that all gas appliances use the same type of fuel; however, two types of gas exist for home appliances: natural gas (NG) a…nd liquid propane (LP). Both NG and LP are perfectly safe when the proper appliance is installed correctly to the proper fuel type. Problems arise when a gas appliance isn't connected to the proper gas type. It's vital to understand the differences between the two types of fuels for two reasons: one, when purchasing an appliance and two, for the safety of your home once the appliance is installed.NG is a mixture of a variety of gases and propane is one of them. It's usually always stored and delivered in a gas state. Propane is separated from NG during a refining process. LP is stored in tanks of all sizes at a high pressure. This high pressure in turn liquefies the propane. When a LP tank's valve is opened, the change in pressure turns the propane from a liquid into a gas. The difference in pressure between the two gases is what causes the danger when installing a gas appliance to the wrong fuel type.Because NG is at a lower pressure than LP, the orifices within a NG ready appliance (nozzles that control the gas flow) must be larger to allow enough gas to exit through them. When a NG ready appliance is fed LP, the higher pressurized LP spews out of the larger orifices creating a much larger, dangerous flame; far too large for any reasonable use. This applies to any gas appliance like clothes dryers, ranges, and cooktops.Connecting an NG appliance to LP doesn't have the same dangerous flame creation as a LP appliance connected to NG. In fact the lack of pressure in the NG line can't effectively power a LP ready appliance. Symptoms of a NG appliance connected to LP can be very low flames or none at all making cooking food or drying clothes impossible.The first step is to check your utility bills for areas listing NG or LP usage. Remember that propane is delivered and stored via tanks not through a ground line like NG. If you have a large tank on the outside of your home and a truck comes to fill that tank, then you have LP. Check the information plate on your gas appliances. This plate lists the model number, serial number, and fuel type of the appliance. If you still aren't sure, contact your local gas company or a certified contractor to inspect your home.Most gas appliances are already set to run on NG; however most can be converted to accept LP. This involves installing a conversion kit that contains the proper orifices to match the pressure of the fuel type. If a fuel conversion is needed, double-check that the kit is included with the appliance as some manufacturers provide these kits as an accessory for a separate fee. A fuel conversion is a simple process for a qualified technician and many retailers perform this conversion for you; however, do expect a fee for this service.Unfortunately, not all appliances can be converted from one fuel to another and these models must be ordered specifically NG or LP ready. Informing your salesperson of your gas type at the beginning of the sales process eliminates the hassle of navigating through slight model number changes and conversion options, and keeps you focused on finding the correct gas appliance for your needs.According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, Americans consumed 25.46-trillion cubic feet of natural gas in 2012. Yes, trillion.While NG and LP are both common fuels, making sure to pair the correct appliance with the correct gas type is vital for an easy and safe installation. Be sure to communicate what fuel you need to your salesperson to ensure a smooth purchase and always consult with a trained professional when handling anything involving the installation of a gas appliance. (MORE)
Professionals from the technology field are not required to have licensure examinations as compared to other fields such as medicine or accounting. What they have, instead, ar…e equivalent trainings and certifications that can make or break their future employment prospects. One of these examinations is the Check Point Certification that grants any passers the expertise to take on the challenges of maintaining and securing the computer technology used by Fortune and Global 100 Companies. Aside from that, you gain access to the exclusive database offered by Check Point and advanced product documentation as well.Check Point exams for different certifications are available globally in more than 35,000 locations. People who wish to obtain this certification must consider two accredited testing centers: Pearson VUE and Thomson Prometric. These two are the third party testing centers that evaluate, screen, and conduct the exams for many applicants. Aspiring computer professionals may opt to visit the branch office in their area. Here they can register or ask for examination schedules in their respective fields.Check Point has several specializations under its wing. Among these are the Check Point Certified Security Principles Associate (CCSPA), Check Point Certified Security Administrator (CCSA NGX), Check Point Certified Security Expert NGX (CCSE NGX), and the Accelerated position for a Check Point Certified Security Expert (Accelerated CCSE NGX). All these are included under the Core Security Courses that help solidify the knowledge foundation of any future passers. The advanced specializations already include high levels of application and troubleshooting. Some of the certifications include Check Point Certified Security Expert plus High Availability and Troubleshooting NG with Application Intelligence (CCSA Plus NG with AI) and Check Point Managed Security Expert NG with Application Intelligence plus VSX (CCSA NG with AI plus VSX).Check Point certification tests for associate levels do not have any prerequisites. However, as one progresses from administrator to security expert level, applicants may need to first pass prerequisite courses in the lower brackets. For example, in order to apply for a Check Point Certified Managed Security Expert Examination, applicants should have already passed their Application Intelligence tests (CCMSE NG with AI).Successful examinees will be declared eligible for any kind of jobs within their line of specialization and large corporations are more likely to take notice of their credentials. These certifications also increase the income earning potential of the examinee, enabling him or her to earn an average annual salary ranging from $100,000 to $120,000. Training for any Check Point certification exam requires not just working knowledge of the products, but also mastery of course materials. As one goes through each level of expertise, technical problems grow more complex. Once you passed, you can be considered for high paying computer-technology and security-related jobs at many Fortune and Global 100 Companies. There are also thousands of Authorized Testing and Training Centers worldwide that help students and working professionals achieve this certification.In order to pass the qualifying test, it is best for people to take some time to review what they learned from their lab trainings and classroom sessions. It is often recommended that examinees obtain at least six months to one year of relevant work experience handling Check Point products before considering the test. (MORE)
Here are the craziest of the crazy girls who have fallen in love with a man on a reality TV show after one week.You can see the crazy in the eyes. It's in the eyes.You just me…t the man, stop the crying!Just look at those crazy eyes. Megan snuck into Chris' house to try on his motorcycle helmets and run into walls with them. Do we need to say more?The way her name is spelled is a huge red flag.Making out on the first episode while comparing herself to a Kardashian? Crazytown, USA.The CRAZY EYES. They're back. (MORE)
When you need to visit a page on the Internet, you simply type or paste its URL into your web browser's address bar, hit enter and off you go. It is a modern convenience that …you take for granted, but what exactly is a URL, and how did this method for navigating the web begin?URL is an acronym for Uniform Resource Locator, commonly referred to as a web address. Every URL consists of a standardized set of components separated by forward slashes (/) and periods, called dots in this context. These components consist of a protocol prefix such as "http," a server name such as "www" and a domain name such as "Amazon.com" or a numerical IP address. They may also include a resource path, a fragment identifier or other less common elements. Every web page has its own unique URL; your browser uses it for navigation.The first web browser capable of supporting hypertext links within documents that could access other documents on the Internet was Lynx, first developed in 1992. Lynx is credited as the browser that marked the birth of the world wide web. Similar browsers were quickly developed and released, and between 1993 and 1994, traffic on the web surged from 500 known servers to over 10,000. The need for standardized hypertext target identifiers and locators to facilitate navigation swiftly became apparent. In June 1994, web creator Tim Berners-Lee first formally defined the URI, or Universal Resource Identifier. At the same time, he introduced "hypertext names" or "document names," which combined a pre-existing system of domain names first developed in 1985 with a specific file path syntax created in 1987. These were the first URLs, though they were not formally called that until December 1994.Over the years this system has been revised and expanded. It was first recognized as an official standardized format in 1998. The term "Universal Resource Identifier" became "Uniform Resource Identifier," which was further classified into Uniform Resource Names and Uniform Resource Locators, or URLs.Though the term URL is still commonly used among Internet users, it has, from a technical standpoint, become largely obsolete. "URI" is the more correct term, since current resource identification schemes do not necessarily provide network access.Tim Berners-Lee stated that he regrets using the double slash after the http: in the URL. Although it was a programming convention at the time, it turned out to be completely unnecessary. (MORE)