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?Hacia dónde caminamos?: Urgencias 2030
Miró,ò.;
Anales del Sistema Sanitario de Navarra , 2010, DOI: 10.4321/S1137-66272010000200022
Abstract: this article offers an exercise in anticipating what emergency medicine might provide us with in coming decades. it is a disquisition on a generic level and is structured around 10 basic concepts that will probably mark the future in the practice of this speciality. these concepts are: 1. the triumph of diversity. 2. the limitation of consumerism in health. 3. the surrender to the tyranny of what is urgent. 4. the decrease in the asymmetry of knowledge. 5. the path towards integration of services and professionals. 6. the approach to an adequate platform. 7. the attainment of regulated training. 8. the consolidation of an efficient and analytical accident and emergency medical practice. 9. the everyday character of information transfer as a sign of the new millennium. 10. the profession of emergency as a cause for pride.
Hacia dónde caminamos?: Urgencias 2030 Where are we going?: Emergency care 2030
ò. Miró
Anales del Sistema Sanitario de Navarra , 2010,
Abstract: En este artículo se realiza un ejercicio de anticipación de lo que la medicina de urgencias y emergencias puede depararnos estas próximas décadas. Se trata de una disquisición en un plano genérico y que se estructura en torno a 10 conceptos básicos que probablemente marcarán el devenir en la práctica médica de esta especialidad. Estos conceptos son: 1. El triunfo de la diversidad. 2. La limitación del consumismo en salud. 3. La claudicación ante la tiranía de lo urgente. 4. La disminución en la asimetría de los conocimientos. 5. El camino hacia la integración de servicios y profesionales. 6. El acercamiento a una planificación suficiente. 7. La consecución de la formación reglada. 8. La consolidación de una medicina de urgencias y emergencias resolutiva y eficiente. 9. La cotidianidad de la transferencia de la información como un signo del nuevo milenio. 10. La profesión de urgenciólogo como motivo de orgullo. This article offers an exercise in anticipating what emergency medicine might provide us with in coming decades. It is a disquisition on a generic level and is structured around 10 basic concepts that will probably mark the future in the practice of this speciality. These concepts are: 1. The triumph of diversity. 2. The limitation of consumerism in health. 3. The surrender to the tyranny of what is urgent. 4. The decrease in the asymmetry of knowledge. 5. The path towards integration of services and professionals. 6. The approach to an adequate platform. 7. The attainment of regulated training. 8. The consolidation of an efficient and analytical accident and emergency medical practice. 9. The everyday character of information transfer as a sign of the new millennium. 10. The profession of emergency as a cause for pride.
Washability Characteristics of Low Volatile Pakistani Coking Coal by Crushing  [PDF]
Fahad Mir
Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering (JMMCE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jmmce.2014.25050
Abstract: Through washability study, a couple of parameters were investigated for a low volatile Pakistani Coal (coking). The aim was to find out the effect of the action of reducing material release characteristics for low volatile Pakistani coal. The “Index of washability” (IW) and “Near gravity material Index” (NGMI) were used as parameters to express the ease of washability. Run of Mine coal is crushed to four different sizes as mentioned 80 mm, 30 mm, 18 mm and 11 mm in a pestle and mortar. Calculations of IW show that it is inversely proportional to top size of feed, indicating that washability increases with the decrease of size. From NGMI calculations it was concluded that gravity method is not recommended for separation at this specific gravity range. So study divulges that the critical specific gravity for crushing to 30 mm is 1.67 and for 11 mm is 1.56.
Los factores psicosociales determinan la aceptación de la hospitalización a domicilio directamente desde el servicio de urgencias
Jiménez,Sònia; Aguilò,Sira; Gil,Victor; Antolín,Albert; Prieto,Sergio; Bragulat,Ernest; Coll-Vinent,Blanca; Mirò,òscar; Sánchez,Miquel;
Gaceta Sanitaria , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0213-91112010000400007
Abstract: aim: to identify the factors associated with patients' acceptance of emergency department discharge directly to hospital-at-home care. patients and methods: we performed a prospective observational cohort study of patients seen at the emergency department who met the following inclusion criteria: need for hospital admission, ability to be interviewed, and availability of an informal caregiver. the dependent variable was defined as the predisposition to accept or refuse hospital-at-home care. for each patient, the following independent variables were recorded: demographic characteristics, health-related factors, comorbidities, current illness and psychosocial perceptions related to hospital-at-home care. the associations among the variables were tested by means of logistic regression analysis. results: we included 129 patients. seventy-one percent would have accepted hospital-at-home care. acceptance of hospital-at-home care was associated with psychosocial perceptions only, independently of demographic characteristics, current illness severity and comorbidities. these psychosocial perceptions included adequate conditions at home (or: 4.31; 95% ci: 1.18-15.78), not being afraid of oxygen manipulation (or: 5.99; 95% ci: 2.05-17.52), lack of fear of a poor outcome (or: 6.07; 95% ci: 1.94-18.96) and the possibility of enjoying a more flexible schedule (or: 12.61; 95% ci: 3.31-48.01). conclusions: hospital-at-home care would be well accepted by patients if offered in the emergency department as an alternative to conventional hospitalization. acceptance depends on patients' psychosocial perceptions, which should be assessed before this mode of care is proposed.
Longest Hamiltonian in Nodd-Gon  [PDF]
Blanca I. Niel
Open Journal of Discrete Mathematics (OJDM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojdm.2013.32015
Abstract:

We single out the polygonal paths of nodd -1 order that solve each of the \"\" different longest non-cyclic Euclidean Hamiltonian path problems in \"\" networks by an arithmetic algorithm. As by product, the procedure determines the winding index of cyclic Hamiltonian polygonals on the vertices of a regular polygon.

A Propos D'un Cas de Lobectomie Droite du Foie Pour Hemangiome
M. Mir,A. Mir
Acta Medica Iranica , 1960,
Abstract: A case of right hepatic lobectomy for massive cavernous hemangioma is presented. Symptomatology and also operative technic are described. Postoperatively the patient developed fever due to a bile stained right purulent pleural effusion which cleared up with few aspiration - punctures and local injection of antibiotics. "nHepatic function tests carried out 7 months after the operation were identical with those obtained before the operation. Clinically the patient seems quite well.
A Propose de Brulures Oesophagiennes et Leur Traitement Operatoire. Presentation de Deux Cas
M. Mir,A. Mir
Acta Medica Iranica , 1960,
Abstract: Conservative and operative treatment of chemical bunns of esophagus is discussed. Details of technique of combined abdominal and right thoracic route is"ngiven. Two, oases of esophageal stricture operated by the above technique with satisfactory results are dlscnibed.
Ameloblastoma—A Locally Destructive and Invasive Tumour—Review of Literature  [PDF]
Mir Ruquaya, Vikram Pratap Singh
International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (IJOHNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ijohns.2014.35040
Abstract: The ameloblastoma is the second most common odontogenic tumour [1]. It occurs exclusively in the jaws, with a strong predilection for the posterior region of the mandible. Although benign, the ameloblastoma is a destructive tumour, locally invasive and presents a high rate of recurrence despite adequate surgical removal. A thorough understanding of its clinico-pathological behaviour is essential to avoid recurrence associated with inadequately treated disease. Currently wide resection and immediate reconstruction are the treatment of choice.
Extraction of NOx and Determination of Nitrate by Acid Reduction in Water, Soil, Excreta, Feed, Vegetables and Plant Materials
SA Mir
Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management , 2009,
Abstract: Different methods are available for extracting NOx from different samples. A judicious combination of lead acetate, sodium hydroxide and magnesium chloride has been devised to enable extraction of NOx from different samples ensuring removal of potential interfering agents. The method provides over 95 per cent mean recovery with nearly 3 per cent accuracy and precision. Nitrite is determined by Griess reaction, and removed from samples by urea treatment to obviate any interference by nitrite in nitrate determination. Nitrate is determined by acid reduction method with minimum detection limit 0.5 ppm as N. The methods have been applied to selected environmental samples including food materials and excretory products. The average nitrate levels (as ppm N) found in water (0.8), soil (9), human urine (43), sheep excreta (2654), chicken feed (29), radish (270), spinach (222), carrot (194), potato (41), cabbage (11), tomato (2), Bermuda grass (175) and morning-glory leaves (576) have been within safe and documented limits. The average levels of nitrite, as ppm N, have generally ranged from 0.04 to 2.1 with highest content, 13, in sheep fecal matter. The protocol is intended for general use in environmental analysis, toxicological investigations and risk assessments.
Correctors, assessors, lingüistes : reflexió sobre el procés de revisió de textos escrits
Ana Mir
Llengua & Literatura , 2003, DOI: 10.2436/l&l.vi.1118
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