Like a basketball.
Or basically dirty rubber. You'd be surprised where people bounce them.
Although electrocardiography (ECG) on a patient with a head injury may not appear immediately pertinent, it is crucial for the overall assessment and management of these cases. Why an ECG is crucial for people with head injuries is as follows:
Rule out Cardiac Causes: If a head injury is severe or is coupled with chest trauma, it may occasionally result in cardiac problems, such as arrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythms). An ECG aids in eliminating any potential heart issues that may be causing the patient's symptoms.
Recognize Stress-Related Changes: Severe head trauma can result in physiological stress reactions that may have an impact on the heart. An ECG can detect these stress-related alterations, and being aware of them is essential for the patient's overall care.
Check for the vasovagal response. Some people who have had a head injury may have the vasovagal response, which causes a sharp drop in heart rate and blood pressure. It's crucial to recognize and control this response as soon as possible because it can cause syncope (fainting) and additional harm.
Medication and sedative: For pain management, imaging, or other interventions, patients with head injuries may occasionally need medication or sedative. ECG monitoring is crucial to ensure the patient's safety because these medications have the potential to influence the heart's electrical activity.
Assess Oxygenation: Serious head traumas can impair the brain's ability to get oxygen, which may have a knock-on effect on the heart. An ECG can be used to assess the patient's overall level of circulation and oxygenation.
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Taking it to the vet
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It's possible but not probable. It could just be due to a change in routine or some severe PMS. Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy: http://www.thepregnancytest.com/
Ookii = big, mimi = ear/ears
(pronounce it "ohhkee meemee")
If a person has minor allergies to cats then they could get a headache. Most of the time when a person is allergic to cats they will other symptoms as well such as runny nose, itchy eyes, and swollen glands.
My hamster has had a red bump on his foot before. There is a bump because
a) another hamster bit it or b) he got his foot poked somewhere. This isn't a sickness, so you don't have to worry. It will heal by itself.
Yes, it could be scar tissue or a muscle knot.
A lump on the back could be connected to a severe problem for the entire body. You need to be more descriptive about a lump. This could be a muscle knot or it could be a cancerous growth. Severe or insignificant must be assessed after a proper diagnosis. This requires more info.
No, there is not, despite some less-than-reputable breeders advertising kittens as so. People aren't allergic to the cat themselves, but the cat's saliva, which is licked all over the cat after grooming.
Only a vet should be doing this procedure. Your cat needs to see a vet. If you were to try, your cat could die from infection, or you could be in trouble too for causing it to suffer. Vets can do this quickly and painlessly, as well as provide further treatment that this cat may need.
there are really know muscles in there ear but the tishew feels like a muscle
Common symptoms of an ear infection in children include:
A child with an ear infection may exhibit any of these symptoms.
Common symptons of an ear infection in adults include:
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no, beagles still shed even though their fur is very short it will still be bothersome to someone with an allergy to dogs, their dander is also problematic.. look for a breed of dog that is said to have "hair" instead of fur :) no dog is %100 hypoallergenic though
Chihuahua poodles.. hmm that's a different one! I bet they are cute. I think that if your child has allergies, to dogs, you might rethink getting one at all.
Normally allergies are to the dander produced, not so much the animal.
So this breed might be better than some others. Poodles normally don't shed much, but chihuahua's do tend to leave hair behind. If you already have the dog, you might try a weekly washing routine to help in reducing dander and shedding.
When you put a seashell next to your ear, it's the sound of your blood surging in your veins, not the ocean.
" Some people have suggested that the sound you hear from the seashell is the echoing of your blood rushing through the blood vessels of your ear. That is not the case. If that were true, then the sound would intensify after exercising, since your blood races faster after exercising. However, the sound is the same even after exercising.
Others say that the whooshing sound inside the shell is generated by air flowing through the shell - air flowing through the shell and out creates a noise. You'll notice that the sound is louder when you lift the shell slightly away from your ear than it is when the shell is right against your head. However, this theory doesn't hold true in a soundproof room. In a soundproof room, there is still air, but when you hold the seashell to your ear, there's no sound.
The most likely explanation for the wave-like noise is ambient noise from around you. The seashell that you are holding just slightly above your ear captures this noise, which resonates inside the shell. The size and shape of the shell therefore has some effect on the sound you hear. Different shells sound different because different shells accentuate different frequencies. You don't even need the seashell to hear the noise. You can produce the same "ocean" sound using an empty cup or even by cupping your hand over your ear. Go ahead and try it and vary the distance at which you place the cup near your ear. The level of the sound will vary depending on the angle and distance the cup is from your ear.
Noise from outside the shell also can change the intensity of the sound you hear inside the shell. You can look at the shell as a resonating chamber. When sound from outside enters the shell, it bounces around, thus creating an audible noise. So, the louder the environment you are in, the louder the ocean-like sound will be. "
The hippos mouth is 4 feet (1.2m) and its teeth are big too. See: Hippopotamus - The Hippo's Teeth And Its Diet for more information.
If u have been angry or very stressed out lately that's what it is probably from. u should probably see a doctor and get a prescritption just to see if its not too serious! I'm not sure, but, It has happened to me. One on my forehead, then my index finger, now the back of my head......Stress may be a factor, but, I'm heading to the doc tomorrow...
Yes awesome pets they are very friendly and live up to ten years I have 2 weiner dogs but they do get back problems.
well... only sea slugs have legs, after that none do.
I think it's infected.
Ask your mom.
Probably a sebaceous cyst. I have 2 on my scalp, and have had 3 removed. They aren't dangerous, but can grow quite large and protrude through your hair. The 2 I had removed were roughly the size of a cherry, and a bantam egg !. They can be removed under local or general anaesthetic. The doctor inserts a needle into your head (Yep, that hurts) , cuts the skin and the cyst pops out.
yes, and if left untreated they wont eat dry food, because the crunching sound hurts them
People who are allergic to dogs are allergic to two aspects of the dog: their dander, and their saliva. Though Westies shed very minimally, especially if they are brushed and groomed regularly, if you are seriously allergic to dogs, you might not be able to live with the little bit of dander, and the saliva.