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An 80-year-old male was admitted to our hospital because of near-drowning in a hot spring. Besides hypoxia, serum calcium was extremely high at 15.5 mg/dL on admission. After the treatment with normal saline infusion, furosemide and calcitonin, the hypercalcemia was transient and didn’t recur during the course. The hot spring water contained much calcium, so his hypercalcemia was considered to be a result of calcium absorption mainly through the alveoli. In this case, we revealed that serum calcium rose within a short time after drowning, suggesting the necessity to measure the calcium concentration of the drowning fluid in a near-drowning victim.
major cooling down of the northwestern Indian Ocean’s surface, including the
Arabian Sea, starts in May, according to a well-known world atlas of SSTs. This
is before the southwest monsoon which usually begins in June. Also within one
year, there are two surface temperature maxima and two minima, which is not
typical for the northern hemisphere. A surface current, cooler than the
surrounding water, crosses the equator in April and May heading north and east
on the western side of the ocean. That proposal is consistent with the given
SST information. The warmer surrounding water is
then moved to east and south as a consequence. Since wind driving is not available for initiation, the relatively cool northeastward current is thought to be
caused by a thermohaline force related to the unstable northward temperature
gradient in the west, which is of constant sign right across the equator
beginning in May: cool in the south monotonically increasing to warm in the
The waves of the Arab Spring in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Syria, and any other country that may follow, is considered a unique phenomenon worth studying in view of the pre and post revolution events and effects on all sectors of the national economy, as well as their interlocking effects on the global economy. The current research aims at studying the concepts of the Arab Spring, its causes and its most important consequences, as well as the ability of the current economic theory to interpret such events. The most important results of the research lies in the need for a new theory to explain the Arab Spring revolutions, the new theory should based on showing how important was the technological revolution in the field of communications, the use of violence against the rebels, and legitimate demands of rebels in continuation and success of the revolutions of the Arab Spring.