Asked in Blood Vessels
Should you fly in a plane if you have a broken blood vessel in your eye?
Asked in Spiders
How long after broken leg surgery can you fly?
if you got surgery on your leg to the point that they cut deep into your leg, you should wait about a month before going on a plane. both surgery, and going on planes can increase and persons risk of getting a blood clot. if you do both, the risk is higher, and because you would be stuck in a plane, far away from the hospital, once you get a blood clot the chances of death are severe. however, if you must go on a plane, and willing to take the chance, i would suggest taking aspirin, because that thins your blood, making the chance of getting a blood clot slimmer, also, walking around the plane every, hmm... id say 30 mins, at most. also, while on the plane, be sure to drink a lot of water. and also, if you would like to know for other times, doing all of these things are good to do for a long plane ride whether you had surgery or not. i would definatly recommend waiting a month, or at the least 3 weeks, before going on a plane, and still do these things when you are on the plane. feel better :)
Asked in US Navy History and Traditions
What is list of ship?
The "list" of a Navy vessel (or any vessel that floats for that matter) is the port or starboard lean the vessel takes if it is too heavy on one side, shifting the hull angle of the boat so that it is leaning to one side off of a normal level plane as a result. The list of any Navy vessel is an extremely important measurement; normally, a ship or submarine should be maintained with a level (side to side) plane or bubble, similar to attempting to keep a carpenter's level at an even, level bubble. If a ship or submarine shows a list to port or starboard, it can mean the vessel is taking on water, cargo/stores/munitions have shifted, or something in general isn't right with the ship. For that reason, all safety and security watches while a vessel is anchored or moored in-port must take hourly readings of the ship's bubble, or level plane measurements, to ensure that if there is any flooding or problem, it can be detected and dealt with quickly.
Asked in Boats and Watercraft
What is the lever called that raises and lowers a boat engine?
Asked in Sentence and Word Structure
What is the simple subject of this sentence The planes leaves at 616 and arrives at 1050?
Asked in Osteoarthritis
Does plane travel and high altitudes affect osteoarthritis?
Asked in Grammar
When you catch a plane you check in before you board the plane PS there should be a gap between YOU and CHECK Should I put should or have to in the empty space and why?
"When you catch a plane, you ___ check in before you board the plane." Please insert should where the gap is, per the AP Stylebook. Should expresses an obligation. Or you could shorten it to: "When you catch a plane, you should check in before you board it." Hope that helps! Should is not the right word here. It is "must." Must expresses obligation. Should suggests some flexibility ( "Well, you should check in first, but I guess it's OK to let you board") and there is no flexibility in boarding airplanes these days.