This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers and WHOOP.Intermittent fasting has become all the rage for weight loss and better health. It is a free tool that activates all the systems in your body to protect and heal itself and help you live longer. Fasting can help reduce inflammation, brain fog, and insulin resistance. It can also increase energy and bone density and activate autophagy, which is the process of cleaning out damaged cells. But intermittent fasting affects men and women differently.Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with Cynthia Thurlow to discuss the unique challenges women face with intermittent fasting and how to customize an approach to intermittent fasting that recognizes menstrual cycles and life circumstances. Cynthia Thurlow is a nurse practitioner, CEO and founder of the Everyday Wellness Project. She is an international speaker with over 13 million views for her second TEDx talk and a globally recognized expert in intermittent fasting and nutritional health.In this episode, we dive into: -How eating less contributes to having more energy (9:57)-Indications that you are not metabolically flexible (12:42)-Optimal fasting insulin level (18:23)-How a high fasting insulin level makes it difficult to lose weight (21:16)-The connection between fasting and optimal metabolic health (25:08)-The importance of being flexible when it comes to fasting (32:48)-The benefits of ending your feeding window earlier (43:22)-How fasting improves gut health (53:02)-How to know if fasting is causing harm (55:44)-Adequate protein consumption and why maintaining muscle mass is so important as we age (1:16:46)-The impact of alcohol consumption on women's health (1:35:06)-The benefits of infrared sauna and cryotherapy (1:38:45) Also mentioned in this episode: -Intermittent Fasting: Transformational Technique TEDx Talk -Everyday Wellness PodcastFor more on Cynthia Thurlow, follow her on Instagram @cynthia_thurlow_, on YouTube @cynthiathurlow, and through her website, cynthiathurlow.com. Get her book, Intermittent Fasting Transformation, here. This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers and WHOOP.Magnesium Breakthrough really stands out from the other magnesium supplements out there. BiOptimizers is offering my community 10% off, so just head over to magbreakthrough.com/dhru with code DHRU10.WHOOP is a personalized digital fitness tracker and health coaching platform that monitors your physiology 24/7 and provides personalized recommendations based on what your body needs. To get yours, go to join.whoop.com and get 15% off your membership with code DHRU15. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In episode 264, Are Bone Growth Stimulators Effective? I talk about...▶How bone growth stimulators work.▶Indications for their use.▶Their effectiveness and so much more!Sponsors: Medbridge and Robin HealthcareWant to join the OEP community? Click HERE to jump onto our email list. SUBSCRIBE at the bottom of the page.Ask me your ortho evaluation questions and I will answer them on the show: firstname.lastname@example.orgCome visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it outGet our downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver dissection lectureGet our downloadable 7.5 hour cervical and lumbar continuing ed courseGet our downloadable 6.0 hour shoulder continuing ed courseBe sure to "follow" us on our new Facebook PageI finally made it to Instagram. Stop by and check us outAre you looking for One on one Coaching? We have it!Be sure to check out our 460+ videos on our YouTube Channel called Ortho Eval Pal with Paul Marquis#bonegrowthstimulators #pemf #kneepain #physicaltherapypodcasts #dptpodcasts #occupationaltherapypodcasts #Physicaltherapy #DPT #Medicalproviders #sportsmedicine #athletictraining #occupationaltherapy #medialkneepainSupport the show Thanks for listening! If you like our podcast, be sure to check out more of our great content at OrthoEvalPal.com, Instagram and Youtube. We'd love a rating or review on your podcast platform. And, as always, be kind to each other and take care!!
Nitroglycerine is vasodilator that affects peripheral blood vessels and coronary arteries. Because of its widespread dilation effects on blood vessels, nitro can quickly lower a patient's blood pressure, sometimes to the point of making a patient hypotensive. Assessment of vital signs prior to administering nitro to ensure patient safety. Indications for use of nitroglycerine. Effects of nitro on patients taking PDE inhibitors. Nitroglycerine's contraindications & considerations for use. Administration of nitroglycerine to patients with ischemic chest pain. Monitoring patient's pain and vital signs after nitro administration. Considerations for patients that took their home nitroglycerine. **American Cancer Society (ACS) Fundraiser This is the fourth year that I'm participating in Real Men Wear Pink to increase breast cancer awareness and raise money for the American Cancer Society's life-saving mission. I hope you'll consider contributing. Every donation makes a difference in the fight against breast cancer! http://main.acsevents.org/goto/paultaylor (Paul Taylor's ACS Fundraiser) THANK YOU! Connect with me: Website: https://passacls.com (https://passacls.com) https://twitter.com/PassACLS (@PassACLS) on Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/company/pass-acls-podcast/ (@Pass-ACLS-Podcast) on LinkedIn Good luck with your ACLS class!
A Woven Energy question and answer session. This time we look at - How to practice chalicity in high stress, limited down time work environments... Indications of success and failure whilst learning shamanic technique... How the seasons weave into shamanism...A look at a shamanic technique practice schedule... How shamanic technique shances as we enter the latter years of life.To ask your own question and get extra stuff - support us at https://patreon.com/wovenenergy
In this podcast, Benjamin Cohen, MD, speaks about counseling patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) before surgery, the rates of surgery in patients with Crohn disease and in patients with ulcerative colitis up to 10 years after a diagnosis, the risks for post-operative complications, and ensuring the best outcome for patients. Dr Cohen also spoke on these topics at the American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting 2022 during a session titled “Why Choose Surgery? Counseling Patients About the Indications and Role of Surgery in IBD.”
Our primary focus immediately following return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC) is aimed at ensuring adequate perfusion of the patient's vital organs and decreasing cerebral damage. After we have assessed and addressed O2 saturation, ETCO2, and BP, we may consider the use of an antiarrhythmic infusion if the patient has ventricular ectopy on the ECG. Indications for use of an antiarrhythmic after ROSC. Determining which antiarrhythmic to use post cardiac arrest. Administration of Amiodarone or Lidocaine to control ventricular ectopy after ROSC. The use of Amiodarone post arrest if no antiarrhythmics were administered prior to obtaining ROSC. Links to other medical podcasts that cover antiarrhythmics and other ACLS-related topics are on the Pod Resource page at PassACLS.com. **American Cancer Society (ACS) Fundraiser This is the fourth year that I'm participating in Real Men Wear Pink to increase breast cancer awareness and raise money for the American Cancer Society's life-saving mission. I hope you'll consider contributing. Every donation makes a difference in the fight against breast cancer! http://main.acsevents.org/goto/paultaylor (Paul Taylor's ACS Fundraiser) THANK YOU! Connect with me: Website: https://passacls.com (https://passacls.com) https://twitter.com/PassACLS (@PassACLS) on Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/company/pass-acls-podcast/ (@Pass-ACLS-Podcast) on LinkedIn Good luck with your ACLS class!
As broadcast October 6, 2022 with plenty of purified water from Lake Minnetonka. Tonight we go back to 2016 where, in the unfortunate aftermath of Prince's all-too-early demise, his estate decided to open up The Artist's compound in Paisley Park for the viewing public. For the remainder of the first hour we kept it funky with our Sampled weekly, and new tunes from Dustbowl Revival, Al Green, and Arjuna Oakes kept the fresh cuts coming through part 2. Dan Lloyd once again dropped in for our weekly AMPED rock sesh, highlighting some big tunes out this past week and albums that drop tomorrow, with Slipknot, LCD, Paramore, and Anxious being highlights. We also debuted our rock spotlight to finish the show, which honestly is not just two weeks too late, but several seasons, and we highlighted Baek Yerin's rock project The Volunteers to close things.#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Prince – MusicologyDustbowl Revival – Set Me FreeLady Wray – Through It AllLucas/Heaven – Every City Has a RhythmVieux Farka Toure & Khruangbin – LobboArjuna Oakes & Serebii – Guava Part II (32:03)Durand Jones & The Indications – Giving UpKelly Finnigan – Catch Me I'm FallingAaron Frazer – You Don't Wanna Be My BabyBuddy Guy feat James Taylor – Follow The MoneyAl Green – Wanna SayFela Kuti & Afrika 70 – Alu Jon Jonki Jon Part III (70:21)Slipknot – AdderallYeah Yeah Yeahs – FleezBush – Heavy is the OceanParamore – This is WhyLCD Soundsystem – New Body Rhumba Part IV (1:44:35)Anxious – SunsignVUKOVI – QUENCHThe Beatles – Tomorrow Never Knows (Take 1)King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Iron LungThe Volunteers – Let Me Go! Anxious – Sunsign
Great poetry or beautiful prose if often capable of challenging and delighting readers far more than dry, bland language. But why is that? Dalā'il al-Iʿjaz, or Indications of Inimitability, is a hugely influential Arabic text about exactly what it is that makes beautiful language beautiful. Its author, Abd al-Qāhir al-Jurjānī, used a theoretical, almost scientific method to demystify poetry and its lasting effects. Professor Alexander Key discusses why he's working on the first English translation of this text and the huge impact that Jurjānī's work has had on Arabic literary criticism. Alexander Key is an associate professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at Stanford University. His studies focus on the intellectual history of the Arabic and Persian-speaking worlds. He is the author of Language Between God and the Poets. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Great poetry or beautiful prose if often capable of challenging and delighting readers far more than dry, bland language. But why is that? Dalā'il al-Iʿjaz, or Indications of Inimitability, is a hugely influential Arabic text about exactly what it is that makes beautiful language beautiful. Its author, Abd al-Qāhir al-Jurjānī, used a theoretical, almost scientific method to demystify poetry and its lasting effects. Professor Alexander Key discusses why he's working on the first English translation of this text and the huge impact that Jurjānī's work has had on Arabic literary criticism. Alexander Key is an associate professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at Stanford University. His studies focus on the intellectual history of the Arabic and Persian-speaking worlds. He is the author of Language Between God and the Poets. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Great poetry or beautiful prose if often capable of challenging and delighting readers far more than dry, bland language. But why is that? Dalā'il al-Iʿjaz, or Indications of Inimitability, is a hugely influential Arabic text about exactly what it is that makes beautiful language beautiful. Its author, Abd al-Qāhir al-Jurjānī, used a theoretical, almost scientific method to demystify poetry and its lasting effects. Professor Alexander Key discusses why he's working on the first English translation of this text and the huge impact that Jurjānī's work has had on Arabic literary criticism. Alexander Key is an associate professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at Stanford University. His studies focus on the intellectual history of the Arabic and Persian-speaking worlds. He is the author of Language Between God and the Poets. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history
Great poetry or beautiful prose if often capable of challenging and delighting readers far more than dry, bland language. But why is that? Dalā'il al-Iʿjaz, or Indications of Inimitability, is a hugely influential Arabic text about exactly what it is that makes beautiful language beautiful. Its author, Abd al-Qāhir al-Jurjānī, used a theoretical, almost scientific method to demystify poetry and its lasting effects. Professor Alexander Key discusses why he's working on the first English translation of this text and the huge impact that Jurjānī's work has had on Arabic literary criticism. Alexander Key is an associate professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at Stanford University. His studies focus on the intellectual history of the Arabic and Persian-speaking worlds. He is the author of Language Between God and the Poets. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
Great poetry or beautiful prose if often capable of challenging and delighting readers far more than dry, bland language. But why is that? Dalā'il al-Iʿjaz, or Indications of Inimitability, is a hugely influential Arabic text about exactly what it is that makes beautiful language beautiful. Its author, Abd al-Qāhir al-Jurjānī, used a theoretical, almost scientific method to demystify poetry and its lasting effects. Professor Alexander Key discusses why he's working on the first English translation of this text and the huge impact that Jurjānī's work has had on Arabic literary criticism. Alexander Key is an associate professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature at Stanford University. His studies focus on the intellectual history of the Arabic and Persian-speaking worlds. He is the author of Language Between God and the Poets. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies
Patients with a narrow complex tachycardia with a rate over 150 BPM are in SVT. Unstable patients in SVT, or V-Tach with a pulse, should be cardioverted with a synchronized shock. Assessment & treatment of stable tachycardic patients. Commonly used vagal techniques. A less common technique to stimulate the vagus nerve is the dive reflex. Indications and use of Adenosine for stable patients in SVT refractory to vagal maneuvers. Possible treatments for patients found to be in A-Fib or A-Flutter with RVR after administration of Adenosine. Carotid sinus massage. Additional medical podcasts that have episodes on tachycardia can be found on the pod resources page at passacls.com. **American Cancer Society (ACS) Fundraiser This is the fourth year that I'm participating in Real Men Wear Pink to increase breast cancer awareness and raise money for the American Cancer Society's life-saving mission. I hope you'll consider contributing. Every donation makes a difference in the fight against breast cancer! http://main.acsevents.org/goto/paultaylor (Paul Taylor's ACS Fundraiser) THANK YOU! Connect with me: Website: https://passacls.com (https://passacls.com) https://twitter.com/PassACLS (@PassACLS) on Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/company/pass-acls-podcast/ (@Pass-ACLS-Podcast) on LinkedIn Good luck with your ACLS class!
50 years ago, television manufacturer Magnavox launched a revolutionary new device that allowed users, for the first time, to manipulate the images on their home television sets. How did this technological wonder come to be? How did its development evolve? Find out with our own resident Warden of the Department of Corrections, Ethan Johnson. Links: https://www.mobygames.com/game/super-breakout/cover-art/gameCoverId,20988/ https://restaurant-ingthroughhistory.com/2014/07/13/the-browning-of-mcdonalds/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnavox_Odyssey https://twitter.com/j_ljunggren/status/1573688288661180416 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breakout_(video_game) https://thehistoryofhowweplay.wordpress.com/2022/09/16/the-first-video-game-console-a-new-history/ Timeline: August 31, 1966 - Baer conceptualizes the TV Gaming Display. -He was supposedly in New York and was meeting somebody before going back up to New Hampshire. September 1, 1966 - “Disclosure Backup DATA - TVGD” is drafted by Ralph Baer, witnessed by Bob Solomon. -Game types: Action games, board games, artistic games, instructional games, board chase games -”Example: ‘Steering' a wheel to control random drift of color (hue) over the CRT face” -Pumping game mentioned -”Bar, line, or dot generation - players control selective blanking, blinking, color coding of lines, bars, dots, fields via generator” September 6, 1966 - TV Mode Data Entry Device, witnessed by Bob Solomon, Baer mocks up a schematic of the basic technical idea of driving signals to the screen. -”Etch-a-sketch” drawing gives misleading impression of the vision of the system at present December 1966 - Mocking up of screen splitting December 20, 1966 - Herbert Campman approves the exploration of TVGD, “NBDA - Low Cost TV Data Entry Devices” -$2000 for development, $500 for materials January 2, 1967 - Robert Solomon joins “TVTY - NBD” -His mockups show the screen split into even grids via an overlay or of two lines crossing each other like a cursor February 6, 1967 - Robert Tremblay writes a schematic. February 11, 1967 - “Discussion w/ R. Solomon Future planning - TV Gaming” -Heathkit generator being used for driving objects, “to allow generation of a vertical bar, movable across the TV CRT face, & adjustable color” -Modulator is set to Channel 3 -Next objective is to split the tv into two independent colors -Pumping contest mentioned February 12, 1967 - “List of possible games” using horizontal split of the screen, best illustration of their possibilities at this time -Scoring, Bucket Filling, Game Timer, Skill Games -Joystick controller sketched February 17, 1967 - Bill Harrison sketches up electronics for the gun controller, “Odd-Even TV Game” May 2, 1967 - Harrison writes up a spec on how TV color and video signals work -Indicates them going back to square one -Subsequent days see a number of schematics May 4, 1967 - “TV Gaming”, illustration of split screen idea -“One major problem exist due to the inability to pass a 60 cps square through the picture tube. [...] This is at least partially due to poor low frequency response of the Heath IG-62.” May 8, 1967 - “TV Generator” custom hardware for running through the Heath generator. -Tested first on a RCA Model GH 560W May 9, 1967 - Various game elements are toyed around with -Diagrams for two pots to act as a “joystick” and a different implementation of the pumping game -”1 Sound, 2 Pot [Circle drawing] Color Wheel, 3 Bars Vert & Hor” May 10, 1967 - “Misc. Ideas for T.V.G.” by Bill Rusch to Ralph Baer -1. Picture Drawing, pots or joysticks plus buttons for choosing color, “Need memory scheme, of course” -2. Car Steering, movable road, top down or first person -3. “Same as 2, but skiing” -4. Chase Game, “Use ships, dots ot probably best two old “dog fighting” type WWI planes… or, up-to-date, plane and missile… or ship and torpedo.” -5. Maze Game, “if hits line of maze, “rat” disappears and reappears back at the starting point” -6. Rotating Spiral, “Maybe have 2nd player control instantaneous rotation speed” -7. Racing game, disappearing if touching bounds, “if car in rear runs into car in front, rear offending car disappears and other one wins” -8. “Roulette” (in quotations), with arrow at the top of the wheel -9. “Baseball” Guessing Game, different colored strips, “Batter selects strip in which bat will appear. Pitch pushes “pitch” button, bell rings and ball appears on screen [...] If both appear in same strip, “HIT” Sign flashes [...] otherwise, “Strike” lights up.” -10. Baseball “Skill Game” #1, “As above, except “ball” stays on for brief period only” -11. “Map” Game - 1 or 2 Players, “”Teacher” (Player #1 or the “machine”) pushes button which lights up one state and starts timer displayed on screen”, timed with right and wrong buttons -12. “Tracer Bullet Shooting Game”, player adjust briefly flashing bullets with the joystick to hit a plane then timer stops, “Could also make into single player game by having planes' movements controlled automatically and semi-randomly” -13. “Baseball Skill Game” #2, selectable skill levels, pitching game Holy Baseballs, Batman!” -14. Skeet Shooting #1, similar to plane game -15. ESP Game, players try to guess each other's numbers represented by colors (showing that they couldn't do alphanumerics) -16. “Hares and Hounds” Game, hares are numerous and small and move quickly whereas hounds are large and move slowly -17. “Bullfight”, same as above with singular dots and using color for the cape -18. “Soccer, Hockey, Polo, etc.”, would have team number players, “When displayed ball (puck, etc.) is touched by a man it moves in direction man was going” -19. Skeet (Airplane) Shooting #2, “Probably best to have “stored” random target program so each player gets same choice of targets for score comparison” -20. Golf Putting, two controls for choosing angle and power of the ball -21. “Horse Racing”, another guessing game with color, features the bell again, “Note: The above would make an interesting “Non-TV” Board Game… perhaps could sell idea to someone like Parker Brothers” -Pings Baer, J Mason, Bill Rusch, and Bob Solomon May 15, 1967 - Games listed include a game with a telephone dial using the bar up the screen method, and a double bar graph game -”To Produce Moveable Dot”, “To Produce Lines” outlines May 16, 1967 - Several games outlined -1st game, “Pumping Contest”, with a board featuring two buttons. Player one presses the fill the bucket, player two presses to lower the bucket. -2nd game, “Firefighter's Pump Test”, color shifts from red to blue as player uses a two-sided pump mechanism. Interestingly the controller is atop a similar one to the pumping contest controller with “S2 not used” suggesting a modular controller. -3rd game, “Color Catching Contest”. Players have to stop a cycling color on the screen that they call out. A variation using a “Flywheel or phonograph turntable” with a stop button, players have to select their color on the turning device after selecting the color on the overlay. Players have a +30/-30 score table on the overlay. -4th game, “Roulette”. Physical roulette wheel, same as color guessing game. Implies color may switch on screen according to where the ball is on the reel. -TVG #5, “Car Ride (Race)”. Shifting driving game with special controller. Includes a wheel, a shift, and an accelerator. Harrison suggests giving player 2 control of the shifting road via a joystick. May 18, 1967 - First game of “Pumping Contest” is played. -”Winners name will be withheld” May 19, 1967 - “Car Ride” may be successfully implemented -May 22, Baer suggests it be made two player who both use joysticks rather than the drive setup. May 24, 1967 - “TV Generator”, successful production of two independent spots. May 31, 1967 - Attempts to add on-TV audio. Schematic is crossed out for unknown reason. June 1, 1967 - Ralph Baer toys with a checkerboard chase game with obstacles. Subsequent pages show maze-like design patterns. -Bill Harrison toys with circular switches for changing game functionality and audio again. June 5, 1967 - “Target Shooting Game” is revived. Gun barrel is made with a cardboard tube with a photocell at the other end. June 7, 1967 - Archives two independent dots, a line, and a color background. Both background and one dot are green. -Only able to switch between two colors for things like the Color game, green and blue. June 14 - “Cludge” introduced for generating random numbers through “a digitally coded card is inserted in the dismatchy”. -Use of “cludge”, an MIT hacker term. -Said it would be a way to player a monopoly-type game. June 14/15 1967 - Presentation of the games and funding proposal. -14th show for Herbert Campman, 15th show for Royden Sanders, Harold Pope, and D Chisholm -Proposal for “Special Display Techniques”, “To investigate the feasibility of using Raster Scan Displays for low-data-rate graphic display applications” -Requires three engineers, six techs, and 0-3 admins. -Expected completion in January 1968. Design Aug-Sept, Breadboarding Sept-December, Final Report in January -Total budget of $17,240 -”Summary of Major Games” -”Chess Board Game”, chase game where the player can only move orthogonally. -”Fox Hunt”, three player game with fox, hunter, and scorekeeper. Fox is red. -”Fox & Hounds Chase”, two players with three hounds and one fox. Fox tries to get from upper right to lower left. -”Target Shooting”, stationary or moving targets -”Color Guessing Game”, physical spinner and score kept with TV -”Bucket Filling Game”, Pumping Contest June 15, 1967 - “Items for Coverage” new list of games ideas -”Analogic (Sleep Inducing) Application”, pattern generator, would have an automatic TV shutoff. -”Child & Adult Psychology Test”, building blocks, “Textile, wallpaper design generation” -”Warship vs Torpedo Boat”, animated streak flies towards the warship. IMPORTANT -”Use of phonograph record to explain game”, prior use of cassette tape. -”Target Shooting”, given new feature targets. “Add Sound, Limit Ammunition Available, Adjustable Sights” -”Drawing Games”, said to use “optical memory”. Would have a phosphorescent painted overlay “For use in dark room only” -Plan to use a phonograph to alter the game state -A game for learning binary June 15, 1967 - “Alternate Course for TV Game”, reordering of the technology -So much happening on this day indicates a worry over the project future. June 16, 1967 - Circuit card concept presented by Bill Harrison, cards essentially act the same as pin connectors would June 17, 1967 - “TV Gaming - Status Report & Brief Review of TVG Applications” -1. Decision of separate unit or integrated into TV set, “Note: Type 1A above could be provided in KIT form” (with a rectangle around KIT form) -2. They would build a stand alone unit, circuit cards for Target Shooting and Chess games specifically -3. A full list of applications: “Games for Entertainment, Skill, Chance, Artistic Games, Instructional Games, Bar graphs and lines, Card Games, Sports Games, Wargames, Probability games/study, Clinical Psychology Tool, Analogic” -”Special effects” including disappearing, blinking, and phonograph/tape recording July 7, 1967 - When the next batch of documents pick up. -Parts testing, a switch to monochrome, focus on the light gun. August 3, 1967 - Harrison conducts a test of the power with batteries. -Giant RCA 9 volt battery. September 15, 1967 - R&D Plan, summary -Notes on approach and scope -”Paper study and demonstration of applications for reaction and feedback” -”Attempt circuit simplifications, aiming toward cost dedication” -”Find source of contact overlays” -”Create additional minimum cost functions for increased versatility” What could this mean? -”Creation additional applications for system” -New cost estimate of $8101, running through November -”Develop added applications for existing equipment” -”Modify equipment for added applications” -”Demonstrate equipment and rework applications” September 29, 1967 - Bill Rusch begins to try and come up with more applications for the two hardware dots. October 4, 1967 - Special Sales Order for TVG project. -Ralph Baer, Equipment Design, William Rusch, Task Manager. No Harrison. -Pings a huge number of people in the company for the first time October 10, 1967 - Harrison plays around with field shapes, not as complicated as the mazes but with rectangular variations. October 12, 1967 - Bill Rusch works on circuit simplification. October 18, 1967 - “Moving Spot for TVG”, the idea of something which could bounce around various spots on the screen. The spots would be predetermined and controlled via a push button to cycle through the various spots. -First idea was a batting game which would send the ball back to its thrown position -Second idea was Ping Pong, “coincidence” is introduced -”Gun Ping Pong” as a target shooting game with predetermined paths set by off screen dots October 31, 1967 - “TV Gaming Device” schematics are drawn up. Game Sequence (10 games): Checker Games, Chase Games, Ping Pong, Hockey, Volly Ball, Checkers with Obstacle, Hand Ball, Target Shooting, Pumping Game, Golf November 3, 1967 - William Rusch proposing circular ball for a soccer game November 7, 1967 - Monthly status report by Bill Rusch for October, “A new system concept has been implemented. It offers cost savings and permits new classes of applications.” November 15, 1967 - “Create New Fields” by Rusch, paths and tracks for games like racing, ‘collision' games (like orbiting planet lines), and missile game. November 20, 1967 - Checkerboard generation by Rusch, Pool and golf game ideas with ricochet shots November 21, 1967 - With a “Breakthru” that appears to be a trigger of the coincidence circuit, Rusch comes up with a list of several “APPLICATIONS” -Pool, Ping Pong (with direction and speed determined by player object), Soccer, Ping Pong (over a center net, like TfT), “Ski Ball”, “Golf shot to elevated green”, Football Kick (forward facing), “Golf Putting Several (dark) holes”, “Better Football (Field Goal) Kick” (side view), Soccer/Hockey, Race Car with bumping vehicles, Volley Ball, “Doubles Ping Pong or Tennis), Golf with Five Spots -Implementation of shadows -”Penny Arcade Hockey” with spinning shapes as the bats, similar to Chicago Coins' Goalee December 4, 1967 - More illustrated game ideas by Rusch. New semi star-like shape to represent player -”Ball on a Band/Balloon Bounce”, bouncing a ball off a paddle to see how many times it can be hit -”Dart Throwing” with gravitational pull -”Basket Shooting”, 1 or 2 players -”Plane + Ship Shooting + Bombing”, plane circles above and bombs hip below. Both move on set paths. -”Two Planes shooting at each other”, basically Jet Fighter -”RACE GAME with Int. joysticks, Obstacles and Bouncing!”, bouncing around an environment with walls -”Boxing”, rudimentary humans, undecided if top or bottom view -”Handball”, bounces off sides of the screen and drains on bottom -”Pinball Game”, gains points if it hits dots on overlays as it ricochets. Drains through black box on overlay. “Hands Off Bounce-Chase”, players bounce around until they collide with each other, marking the time December 6-12 1967 - Harrison and Rusch investigate pool and hockey. Initially the circuits seem to be a no go, but success is reported on the 12. December 13, 1967 - Rusch proposes new TVG ideas -”Ouija Board TV set Game” -”Puzzles - kids can ‘build' pictures with visual multi-shaped ‘blocks' etc” Demonstration visual is a pentomino -Rusch outlines a vase-like figure “Silhouette” -”Puppet Shows” -Presuming a battery powered TV, ”Cheap Radar for Boats? Car tuner etc, In Planes?” December 18, 1967 - “Mirror system on piano, organ” December 20, 1967 - Other Rusch ideas -”Combine TV and Telephone” -”Shooting Galley with moving ducks and spinning hills” -”Use TV as Oscilloscope” January 2, 1968 - Report for December 1967 -”Additional operating modes (rebounding, shrinking target size) display circuitry was developed and demonstrated” -Patent applications to be submitted January 4, 1968 - Rusch, “MUST PERSEVERE FOR CREATIVE IDEAS” January 11, 1968 - Harison to do list for gun, now in its rifle form -”Finish pistol” -”Put function from PC board into chassis” -Photocell sync January 17, 1968 - “Cost Estimate (Electronics Only)” by Harrison -”Gun, $2.60” -”Antenna Crowbar, $.51” -”3 spot function box, $12.00”, 24 transistors, 1 Silicon controlled rectifier, 1 photocell, 1 inductive pick-up coil, 8 thin potentiometers, 8 long shaft potentiometers, 30 diodes, 60 resistors, 20 capacitores, 8 electrolytic capacitors. 161 parts, 10 individual parts. -Total, $15.11 January 18, 1968 to February 19 - Meetings with Teleprompter/CATV about licensing the device. January 26, 1968 - “CATV Demo Box”, for using a direct broadcast signal January 31, 1968 - Herbert Campman issues a stop order for the project February 20, 1968 - Harrison works on gun electronics -Indications by numbering on the documents suggests there may have been other interim activity on either side August 11, 1968 - Harrison resumes schematic work -Creates general layouts for their functionality at present -Includes generation of several spot types: Round ball, a diamond shape, the star-like shape, a vertical rounded rectangle, and a wide rounded rectangle September 6-17, 1968 - Harrison is given the task to use Rusch's circuits to do five important functions: -”Video ?”, “Coincidence detectors”, “Gated Differentiator”, “Wall Bounce”, “DMV Voltage Controlled” October 26, 1968 - “LIST OF GAMES Playable w/ Various Configuations ”Games are prepared split into four categories. 2 spots with coincidence, 3 spots with reciprocate, 3 spots with Net/Wall line, 3 spots + ball and coincidence -”Overlay Checker Games, Maze Games” -”Chase Games” -”Ping Pong, w/o net, w/ net” -”Hockey (with overlay goals) -”Handball, single handed, doubles” -”Gun Games (gun added), single spot stationary or manually moved, ball intercept (auto or manual)”' -”Golf Putting Game” -Color still a noted feature of system January 1969 - Noted as an approximate date, new games list -”Handball”, “Ping Pong”, “Volley Ball”, “Hockey”, “Golf Putting”, “checkers Games”, “Chase”, “Target”, “Pumping Game”, “Coed Square Games - Add code generator” -Controller with two potentiometers and one button is created -Games currently toggled with a switch -”1st position - table tennis or hockey” -”2nd position - Chase or Overlay games + rifle” -”3rd position - Hand Ball (incomplete)” January 14, 1969 - Meeting with RCA. March 1969 - New “TVG - DigBox” “Conservative estimate” of parts and price -Without two players, case, controllers, gun, or connectors -$12.65 total. 35 diodes, 30 transistors, 90 resistors, 1 silicon controlled rectifier, 10 large capacitors, 15 small capacitors, 10 potentiometers, 1 PC Board March 10, 1969 - Meeting with Zenith. March 12, 1969 - Meeting with GE. March 18, 1969 - Meeting with Sylvania. April 2, 1969 - Meeting with RCA. May 7, 1969 - Meeting with GE. May 26, 1969 - “Hockey ADD ON for TVG” by Bill Rusch -Would allow for ball to move in the direction of the hit, with velocity, and bounce off walls -Two separate generators for square and round ball spots -Cost $12.00 for the electronics, plus $5.00 for the joysticks May 28, 1969 - Meeting with GE and a representative from the Institute for Analytical Research. May 29, 1969 - “Round Spot for TVG ??” by Harrison, seeming to express disbelief that they are still trying Meeting with Motorola. (Warwick was demonstrated to at some point and Sony was considered, if not strictly demonstrated) July 1970 - Magnavox representatives, encouraged by Bill Enders formerly of RCA, come for a demonstration of the Brown Box. August 26, 1970 - Baer and Lou Etlinger travel to Magnavox's headquarters in Fort Wayne to demonstrate the Brown Box. 1971 - Bill Harrison creates a game list with the logic gates denoted as well as a currently unused color switch -Ping Pong. Hockey, Hand Ball, “Volley Ball (also checkers with obstacle)”, “Pumping Game ?”, Target Shooting, Chase Game, Checker Games, Golf Putting, Code Gen March 11th, 1971 - Sanders and Magnavox sign their initial licensing agreement for the technology of the Brown Box. March 30, 1971 - Visit to Magnavox in Fort Wayne report by Baer -In attendance: Gerry Martin (Console Product Dev), Bob Sanders (VP Engineering), Bob Wiles (Color TV Product Mfg), Bob Grant (TV Engineer Manager), Paul Knauer (Chief Color TV Engineer), George Kent (Section Chief, Color TV Engineering), Clarence Graef (Color Engineer), Gene Kile (Manager of Design), Clyde “Wiley” Welbaum (Design Director) -Baer went with Kile and Welbaum. Harrison met with Kanuer, Kent, Graef, and Grant. -Baer group was taped, 4 hour discussion -”It was pointed out that product introduction in the TV business occurs in April & May”, unlikely for 1972 -”There was a positive attitude displayed by all attendees to the demo and at subsequent sessions with the exception of Bob Saunders who refused to enter into the spirit of the TV, as he did on our prior visit - cannot ‘read' his real position as yet.” -”All parties recognize the need for an engineering team supported by at least one non-engineering, creative, imaginative software man” -The control would have two controllers with 4-6 ft wires, use circuit cards, to look like a portable cassette recorder June 10, 1971 - Bill Harrison does more schematics on “Chroma Gen for Magnavox” June 28, 1971 - Harrison produces notes on a Magnavox meeting -”gun not so good” -Meeting happening in New York to discuss saleability of machine, marketing of the games such as names and whatnot -George Kent is optimistic July 20, 1971 - “Skill-O-Vision” by Bob Wiles outlines their plans for a market test -Idea was discussed in San Diego with a man named Ken Crane -Test would be conducted from Monday the 26 to Thursday the 29th -Bob Wiles, Clarence Graef, and Vern Parnell would demonstrate the device Provided Questionnaire outlines both a script and a set of questions -”Under no circumstances will the electronic games impair your television reception” -Game cards are used, English control is implemented, Reset button -Games are Ping Pong, Checkerboard I, States and Capitals, Baseball, Rifle Range Questions, filled out in a California and a Michigan (October) test, 82 respondents: -Interest -89% Very much -Like and dislike -Top likes: competitive, Unique, Educational -Preference of game card or a dial selector -Demographic: Adults, Teens, Preteends, Grade Schoolers, Preschoolers -Adults -Other toys -”Do you Presently Own a Color TV Set?” -78% yes -Preference on Skill-O-Vision name -65% like -”Would you buy this product if it were offered for sale at $75? If no, what price do you think the product should sell for?” -80% yes -Married or single -Age of head of house -Education level of head of house -Income bracket October 1971 - A decision is made to market the console October 15, 1971 - Robert Fritsche memo on Skill-O-Vision, interprets data from the initial tests to push for family marketing and a new name February 2nd, 1972 - Magnavox signs the final agreement to put the Brown Box system out on the market imminently. April 25, 1972 - Odyssey patents accepted. May 3, 1972 - The first Magnavox Profit Caravan show is held in Phoenix, Arizona. May 23-25, 1972 - The Magnavox show in Burlingame. August 1, 1972 - Another agreement is signed between Magnavox and Sanders. September 1972 - Odyssey from Magnavox is released. -Materials and labor costs are $35 for the console, $99.95 general cost. November 28, 1972 - Robert Fritsche sends out a memo about Odyssey survey cards, letters, and interesting reports on Odyssey's use -LA Air Traffic Control purchased two units for a training program with modification -Veterans Administration in NY (Bioengineering Research Service), created qudrapalegic accessible version with a microswitch behind the head -University of Kentucky testing motor responses with two units -Optometrist in NJ, “He has modified the conditions under which Odyssey is used to better develop binocular, hand-eye, and other ocular skills.” -High schools to use Odyssey in “Visual Training programs” -”Head Start” in Maryland studying Odyssey November 27, 1972 - A Bally lawyer calls Magnavox over the question of licensing -Magnavox says they are not current in the position to designate sub-licensees. April 1973 - Magnavox begins sending out legal probes. -Terms of license are 7% on net sales, $5000 advance, no less than $1000 per year. -Later reduced to 6% and $500 minimum. April 15, 1974 - Bally files suit in New York, Magnavox files suit in Chicago. The former files for invalidation of the patents, the other files for infringement. -Seeburg Industries Inc, The Seeburg Corporation, Williams Electronics Inc, World Wide Distributors are added. September 1974 - Magnavox bought by Philips. July 1975 - Atari files suit against Magnavox for invalidation. -Quickly incorporated into the main case. September 1975 - Sears gets added due to Home Pong. January 1976 - Standard license agreement -$100,000 advance -5% for the first 250,000 units -4% for the second 250,000 units -3% in excess of 500,000 units June 1976 - Atari, Bally, and Sears settle. -Atari licensing agreement. $1.5 million in installments. 4% first 20,000 units, 3% after. -”ATARI hereby grants to MAGNAVOX and SANDERS, subject to the reservations [...] a fully paid non-exclusive license to make, have made, use, sell and lease LICENSED PRODUCTS under the ATARI PATENTS, without the right to sublicense. ATARI further grants to MAGNAVOX and to SANDERS an option to grant non-exclusive sublicenses in foreign countries outside the United States under ATARI PATENTS provided that a payment is made to ATARI of 1% of the Net selling Price of the sub-licensed products.” January 1977 - Initial case finalized in Magnavox's favor. September 1977 - APF Electronics, Unisonic, Executive Games, URL, Taito America, Control Sales, Jewel Co, Osco Drug, Turn-Style, Jay-Kay Distributors, K-Mart, Bennet Bros, Venture Electronic International all sued by Magnavox. -Fairchild, Allied Leisure, and Radio Shack also sued. -Appears to be piecemealed off in settlements. -URL does go bankrupt and Magnavox sues for settlement. 1978 - Bally is sued again over Bally Professional Arcade. 1980 - Magnavox v Mattel is filed -Ends in 1982 after a 9 day trial, settlement at the 11th hour. -Establishes precedent for programmable games. 1982 - Magnavox v Activision 1982 - APF and MIT jointly sue Magnavox -Bolkow patents 1984 - Bally sued AGAIN 1986 - Magnavox v Nintendo -Over both the original patents and the light gun 1992 - Magnavox v Sega of America 1993 - American Vending Sales, Inc, Atlas Distributing, Inc, Capcom U.S.A. Inc, Coin Machine Corporation of America, Data East U.S.A. Inc, Konami America Inc, Leland Corporation, Romstar Inc, Snk Corporation of America, Temco, Inc, Tradewest Inc, World Wide Distributors Inc, Taito America Corporation sued. February 15, 1994 - “Konami agreed to pay North American Philips $495,000. This amount represented a 3% royalty for each game Konami sold between June 1987 and April 1989 that incorporated the patented device”
The anticipation has been building to see Kayvon Thibodeaux make his Giant debut, and what better stage than against the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football? With Cooper Rush under center for Dallas and that could afford Wink Martindale opportunities to be disruptive. Shaun and Paul discuss the different matchups that could come against a Cowboys offense which has seen more than a few changes in the WR room as well as across the O-Line. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A little throwback to November 6, 2020 as we had to reschedule with this week's guest artists Say She She, so we went back just under two years to debuting two tracks from An Ode To Escapism, Ghost Funk Orchestra's brilliant album that dropped the next week on Friday the 13th. Unsurprisingly, that would be 2020's SECOND Friday the 13th that calendar year. We talked with Ghost Funk founder Seth Applebaum on the production of the album and what's changed in his approach, along with playing some of his favorite inspirations to the ethereal sound.#feelthegravityTracklist (st:rt)Part I (00:00)Isaac Hayes – No Name BarGhost Funk Orchestra feat Kam Franklin – The King of MisdirectionL'éclair – DallasPolyrhythmics – Yeti, Set, GoDurand Jones & The Indicaitons – Young Americans Part II (30:03)Ghost Funk Orchestra – Slow DownMonophonics – It's Only UsBadge Epoque Ensemble feat US Girls – Sing A Silent GospelHoly Hive – Embers to AshSugar Candy Mountain – WindowsKit Sebastien – PangeaBudos Band – Long In The Tooth Part III (60:33)Ghost Funk Orchestra – Quiet Soul Kamilah – Dark SkinDorothy Ashby – GamesMia Pixley – TenderIGBO feat Nelson Bandela & Blvck Spade – OmersaarUnderground System – Rent Party Part IV (94:42)Ghost Funk Orchestra - ToujoursJ. Hoard – Not So FastRudy De Anda – HeladoAdrien Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad – ConexaoHarlem River Drive – Harlem River DriveMagnum - Evolution
Noè Ponti won the Bronze medal in the Men's 100 Fly at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. Along with Jeremy Desplanches (200 IM), Switzerland took home two swimming medals in Japan. He is coached by Massimo Meloni, can speak 4 languages, and is sponsored by Arena. In today's episode, Noe talks all about butterfly. Head position in butterfly. Hips and rhythm in butterfly. Breathing in butterfly. Noe also breaks down his best event: the 100 Fly. 00:00 Bratter PA, Immigration Law 00:05 Hello Noe Ponti 00:30 Italian grandparents 01:00 Italian, English, German, & French 02:45 Swim for Italy? 03:35 Natural feel for the water 04:45 Swimming in Switzerland 06:50 NC State 09:40 Believing you could win an Olympic medal 12:00 Indications you could swim 50 point 15:20 Confidence 17:05 Training partners? 18:35 Breaking the 100 Fly up 20:20 100 Fly and ? 23:00 Massimo Meloni 23:20 Strengths & Weaknesses 26:35 Pressure in Paris 28:56 Arena 30:00 Swimming Fly Faster 32:10 Rhythm in Fly 33:10 Head Position in Fly 35:10 Taking a break 37:15 Brett's favorite country Our Sponsors: BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW: Exclusive immigration representation of athletes, entrepreneurs, artists, investors, and entertainers. SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! BEINE WELLNESS BUILDING: Individualize your nutrition with genetic testing and personalized plans. Eat, supplement, and recover based on your genetics. VASA: Essential dryland for stronger, better, faster swimmers. Save 10% using the code "brett" at checkout! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD: Big and small digital pace clocks, virtual scoreboards, and live results. Subscribe to the Swimnerd Newsletter at swimspam.com Subscribe & Listen: Apple Podcasts Google Spotify YouTube Produced by: SWIMNERD
Indications are abortion advocates will go to the polls in force on Nov. 8 as a response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Protesters are also out in force on campuses censoring our Jumbotron and screaming chants like “My body my choice” and “No uterus no opinion.” Mark will respond to these challenges. Plus, VP Kamala Harris is the gift that keeps giving. She recently told an audience you can be a Christian and support killing babies by abortion. Is she right? Does scripture condemn abortion? You'll find the answers today on Activist Radio. Please watch/listen, share, and leave a five-star review of the podcast. The Mark Harrington Show is on Mark's Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube accounts. Mark's show is broadcast on American Family Radio's 180 stations and Salem Radio on Saturday in Ohio. The podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, and all the popular podcast platforms as well as on Mark's flagship website: MarkHarringtonShow.com ✔️ Instagram - https://instagram.com/markharringtonshow/ ✔️ iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/id827982678 ✔️ Google Podcasts - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9jcmVhdGVkZXF1YWwucG9kYmVhbi5jb20vZmVlZC8 ✔️ Everywhere else - https://markharringtonshow.com/link-tree
When somebody tells me that they are going through a rough patch due to circumstances beyond their control, I tell them first to be sure that they are performing Sraddha for their ancestors regularly and whether they are following the Sumangali Prarathana done in their Homes. As for as I know these are the prima facie reasons fo misfortune before we try doing any parihara. I have some articles on the subject. Unmanageable debts. Infant Mortality. Childlessness. Accidents. Unemployment. There are some remedies. Perform“Trapandi Shraddha • perform Sraddha every year. • Water The the Banyan tree. • Perform Tharpana on every day during Mahalaya Paksha • Feed Brahmins on every “Amavasya”. • Feed the poor during “Amavasya” and “Poornima” in a temple. Feed the Crows daily Feed the Ants mixture of Rava or Broken Roasted Bengal gram(Pottukadalai) with Sugar. https://ramanisblog.in/2014/09/04/33224/. Image credit. https://jothishi.com/pitra-dosha/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ramanispodcast/message
Is flapless implant placement really a solid technique? What percentage of cases are amenable to flapless implant placement? The cynic in me wondered if this is indeed a novel technique, or was it made mainstream to attract Dentists who seldom raise flaps? I brought on straight-talking Implant genius Dr. Pav Khaira on today's Group Function to discuss flapless implant placement - 'what's the deal?!' https://youtu.be/679HAttBQ1c Check out this full episode on YouTube Highlights of this episode: 4:36 The Rise of Flapless Implants7:04 Indications for Flapless implants9:43 Immediate implant placement13:59 Advice to Young Dentists considering implants18:56 Implant Mentorship24:11 Dr. Pav's Implantology Course27:46 From Course to Implementation Check out The Dental Implant Podcast for information on dental implants and the Academy of Implant Excellence to learn how to place implants or upgrade your skills. If you enjoyed this episode, you will also like 'Can I Probe This Implant?'
In this episode of the Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers podcast, Dr. Steve Thayer and Dr. Reid Robison discuss MDMA-assisted therapy. They explore the following topics: (2:00) Making this year the best year yet(3:57) The early history of MDMA with Alexander "Sasha" Shulgin and Merck (7:00) The pioneering work of Sasha and Ann Shulgin(9:32) Why MDMA became illegal and the repercussions (10:23) MDMA study with couples(11:00) Chemical structure and mechanisms of action in the brain(13:20) Why does MDMA help with PTSD and post-traumatic growth(19:40) Is MDMA the same as ecstasy or molly?(21:10) Harm reduction, drug testing, and dosages (22:35) The desirable and undesirable effects of MDMA(25:20) Can MDMA kill you?(27:10) Interactions with other drugs(33:00) The MDMA come-down and how people try to compensate for it(36:28) MAPS MDMA therapy training(38:24) Principle components of the MDMA experience(40:54) Ann Shulgin's 4 agreements before beginning MDMA therapy(45:24) Oxytocin (46:37) Critical periods of development Email us questions and feedback at email@example.com Learn more about our podcast at https://www.psychedelictherapyfrontiers.com/Learn more about Numinus at https://www.numinus.com/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drstevethayer/https://www.instagram.com/innerspacedoctor/https://www.instagram.com/numinushealth/Disclaimer: The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice or mental health treatment. Consult with a medical/mental health professional if you believe you are in need of mental health treatment.
Adenosine is the first IV medication given to stable patients with sustained supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) refractory to vagal maneuvers. Common causes of tachycardia. Symptoms indicating a stable vs unstable patient. Cardiac effects of Adenosine. Indications for the use of Adenosine in the ACLS Tachycardia algorithm. Considerations and contraindications for Adenosine use. Adenosine as a diagnostic for patients in A-Fib or A-Flutter with RVR. Dosing and administration of Adenosine. Other podcasts that cover common ACLS antiarrhythmics in detail. **American Cancer Society (ACS) Fundraiser This is the fourth year that I'm participating in Real Men Wear Pink to increase breast cancer awareness and raise money for the American Cancer Society's life-saving mission. I hope you'll consider contributing. Every donation makes a difference in the fight against breast cancer! http://main.acsevents.org/goto/paultaylor (Paul Taylor's ACS Fundraiser) THANK YOU! Connect with me: Website: https://passacls.com (https://passacls.com) https://twitter.com/PassACLS (@PassACLS) on Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/company/pass-acls-podcast/ (@Pass-ACLS-Podcast) on LinkedIn Good luck with your ACLS class!
In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Dialysis Indications from the Renal section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets
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On this week's episode of Fast Facts - Perio Edition, Katrina Sanders talks to us about why it's important for us to not only look at an indication, but the implications for why a dental implant would need to be placed in a dental patient's mouth. Quotes: “I think many of us in the dental profession have viewed dental implants as the more expensive option when it comes to tooth replacement. “ “I implore you to consider, if this patient has high caries rate, has significant tooth structure loss because of decay, has a high decay rate because of low salivary flow, high cariogenic diet, gerd or acid reflux, maybe an eating disorder etc. These are individuals who are in a constant acidic state. Are these individuals that we can readily trust that the abutment teeth are going to be able to sustain long term?” Resources: DentistRX: https://www.dentistrx.com More Fast Facts: https://www.ataleoftwohygienists.com/fast-facts/ Katrina Sanders Website: https://www.katrinasanders.com Katrina Sanders Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedentalwinegenist/ Gómez-de Diego, R., Romero-Pérez, M. J., Cutando-Soriano, A., & López-Valverde-Centeno, A. (2014). Indications and contraindications of dental implants in medically compromised patients: update. Medicina oral, patologia oral y cirugia bucal, 19(5), €483
The tongue is the most common airway obstruction in an unconscious patient. Insertion an oropharyngeal airway helps keep the patient's tongue from falling to the back of the pharynx and causing an airway obstruction. The oropharyngeal airway is sometimes called an OPA or simply an oral airway. Indications for using an oral airway. Contraindication for an oral airway and an alternative that can be used instead. Measuring an OPA and possible complications from inserting one that's too small or too large. Two techniques to properly insert an OPA and avoid complications. The use of an oral airway during CPR. The use of an OPA as a bite block after a patient has an advanced airway placed. Not ACLS but something I'm just as passionate about is the battle against cancer. This is the fourth year that I'm participating in Real Men Wear Pink and have pledged to wear pink every day in October to: raise awareness of breast cancer; connect with breast cancer patients & survivors; and raise money for the American Cancer Society's life-saving mission. Chances are that you know someone that has fought breast cancer or have lost a loved one to this insidious disease. Please consider making a donation to my American Cancer Society fundraiser and make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. Donations go directly to the American Cancer Society and can be made anonymously to protect your privacy. http://main.acsevents.org/goto/paultaylor (Paul Taylor's Real Men Wear Pink ACS Fundraiser) THANK YOU! Connect with me: Website: https://passacls.com (https://passacls.com) https://twitter.com/PassACLS (@PassACLS) on Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/company/pass-acls-podcast/ (@Pass-ACLS-Podcast) on LinkedIn Good luck with your ACLS class!
Are you feeling empowered about giving birth? The process of preparing your body, mind, and spirit for becoming a mother, essentially, starts even before conception. Joining me today is Dr. Laura Brayton, and we will be talking about empowering pregnancy, birth, and motherhood. All about Laura: Chiropractic College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Laura holds certifications in Chiropractic Pediatrics, Webster Technique for Breech Presentation, Sacro-Occipital Technique (S.O.T.), Craniopathy, BioEnergetics Practitioner, is an advanced level practitioner of Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Technique (NAET) and a Tupler Technique® trainer. She is the owner and founder of Hoboken Family Chiropractic + Wellness, in Hoboken, NJ. She is passionate about educating and empowering women from conscious conception, healthy pregnancy, empowered birth, and joyful motherhood to holistic health and lifestyle. Follow her on FB and IG @drlaurabrayton and at www.drlaurabrayton.com for more information on her podcast, “Well-Adjusted Mama” and her preconception/fertility courses, Brayton Birth Method. Check out these episode highlights: 06:03 - How Laura was introduced to Homeopathy 08:36 - What is Bioenergetic testing 10:34 - Laura's homeopathic remedy experience 13:59 - Deep cleansing process for a preconception woman 15:08 - How does homeopathy help pregnant women 16:04 - The benefits of chiropractic care during pregnancy 19:02 - Babies' head scent can lessen aggression 20:55 - Indications of nervous system stress in newborns 22:15 - An empowered pregnant mom going into an empowered birth experience 24:20 - The Brayton Birth Method Support the Homeopathy Hangout Podcast by making a $5 once-off donation at www.buymeacoffee.com/hangout Join my Homeopathy Hangout Podcast Facebook community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HelloHomies Here is the link to my free 30-minute Homeopathy@Home online course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqBUpxO4pZQ&t=438s Upon completion of the course - and if you live in Australia - you can join my Facebook group for free acute advice (you'll need to answer a couple of questions about the course upon request to join): www.facebook.com/groups/eughom
https://youtu.be/7fvrgNaSkhY In this blog I will help you to establish whether or not your child is actually overtired and take you through the steps you can take to understand if your child is overtired and what you can do about that if that is the case. Is your child overtired, is your little one overtired, and does it even matter if they are? It really does matter. Overtiredness is the main reason that you will see difficulty with your little one settling to sleep, disturbed sleep, so lots of wakings and light sleep that's disruptive, you'll also see also early waking, waking up early for the day, starting the day too soon. All of those are typical repercussions of being overtired. And I know that sounds crazy because we would think that if they're really tired, they would just sleep, right? But no, the opposite is actually true. These effects of overtiredness, not only are they probably a little bit annoying and disruptive, they may well disturb you and maybe other members of the family sleep as well, they also have a big impact on children, little ones. Your child's brain development, for example, is a really important thing that will be affected through lack of sleep or through this disturbed sleep. The deep quality nourishing sleep that they really need is absolutely vital for their brain development, as well as their health, their immune system, and all the other benefits that go with good sleep too. So it does matter. What can you do and how do you recognize if your child even is overtired? You might have some clues with indications other than those repercussions I mentioned. Indications like being fractious, clingy, just groggy, perhaps a bit unsociable, just not in the most cheerful and contented spirit. Those some of the obvious signs that your little one is overtired, and they just really seem to be a bit out of sorts. You often can tell you if ee things like eye rubbing and you can often look at their face and see when they are really, really tired as well. The other thing that you can do to help determine whether your child is overtired is to know what ideal sleep looks like for their age and developmental stage. For instance, did they ought to be having a certain amount of daytime sleep? Are they getting those naps in? And if they are, are they long enough? Are they deep and nourishing or are they short cat naps that are shallow? Are they awake for too long in between sleeps? We call those wake windows. Are those wake windows too long for them at this age and developmental stage? And this is where you cannot use your baby or your child as a guidepost for this because they will have you believe that they're fine. They will have you believe that they can be awake for five hours when really, the optimal time is actually two and a half hours. So understanding what that optimal time really is for your little one and helping them to get their sleep when it actually is going to be more beneficial for them is really going to help you move forward with this. Knowing what that sleep ought to look like, how much do they really need overall, in what sleep patterns should that come in? Is it naps, night sleep? What does it all need to look like? And then, with that knowledge, you can actually work on spotting where the overtiredness is coming from so that you can resolve it. Take our Quiz and get your free custom sleep plan today!
In episode 255 Tall Walker Boot vs Short Walker Boot Showdown I I bring to you...✅ Indications for a tall vs a short walker boot.✅ The importance of leveling up the pelvis and how to do it.✅ Diagnoses I have treated with a walker boot.✅ My personal opinion about walker boots (which will not take long
https://www.patreon.com/theemttutor This lecture/podcast is part of the Pharmacology Block series. By the end of this lecture, the student should have an understanding of the following: Knowledge Domains: Define the following key terms: Pharmacodynamics, Intended Effects, Indications, Side Effects, Unintended Effects, Untoward Effects, Contraindications Generic versus Trade name medication Enteral versus Parenteral medications Routes of medication administration: Rectal, Oral, Intravenous, Intraosseous, Subcutaneous, Intramuscular, Inhalation, Sublingual, Transcutaneous Forms of medications: Solid, Liquid, Gas The Six Rights of Medication Administration Direct Orders versus Standing Orders Peer-assisted, Patient-assisted and EMT-administered medications Medications used by EMTs – Lecture 1 of the Pharmacology Block Medications administration to pediatrics, geriatrics, and pregnant patients Steps for auto-injector Understanding patient medications (prescribed and OTC) Medication Errors --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thepublicsafetyguru/message
Can radiofrequency ablation (RFA) help with larger thyroid nodules?Without question, RFA is a good option for some people with larger thyroid nodules or cancerous nodules. At the same time, you need to consider the associated risks.Today I'm discussing the primary considerations you'll want to be aware of if you're thinking about RFA and how it compares as an alternative to thyroid surgery. I'm starting with an article by UCLA Health and sharing a few research articles that show the benefits and potential downsides.In this episode, you'll learn:What is radiofrequency ablation?Indications and contraindications to radiofrequency ablationWhat to expect from the RFA procedureImportant differences between radiofrequency ablation and thyroid surgeryHighlights of research studies on radiofrequency ablationOverview of the primary considerations for getting radiofrequency ablationAs always, I hope you found this episode valuable, and I look forward to catching you in the next episode!To learn more, visit the show notes at https://savemythyroid.com/podcast/radiofrequency-ablation-and-thyroid-nodules/.
Think that problems with your gut health only impact digestive symptoms? Think again! In this talk, we discuss the research on how imbalances of the gut microbiome can promote risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver, and metabolic syndrome. We'll also share some practical tips for how to improve this problem if you struggle with your weight and metabolism. Today, we get into: The function of our gut microbiome The impacts of having a diverse microbiome The impacts of not having a diverse microbiome The impact of dysbiosis on inflammation Indications of systemic inflammation What the research indicates And finally, the tools you can use to repair your gut lining Take a listen! Your gut will thank you. Want to dive even deeper? We're right there with you! Our dietetic intern, Melissa Teel, has done all the research in this most recent episode and has provided her sources and a detailed blog post for this week's content! Prefer to watch instead of listen? We get in that mood, too. We have a YouTube channel just for you! Want to learn more about our one-on-one Empowered Nutrition coaching? Book a free chemistry call to discuss your story and see if we're a good fit. Think your metabolism could some healing or a reboot? That's our specialty. We have recently launched our Lean for Life Membership phase one and two called “Heal” and "Optimize" where you will be empowered to reverse previous metabolic damage with the assistance of our team of Registered Dietitian Nutritionists. Check out more details on our website! Enjoying the podcast? Please review the Empowered Nutrition Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! Then, send me a screenshot of your positive review to firstname.lastname@example.org as a DM on Instagram (empowerednutrition.health). Include a brief description of what you're working on with your health and/or nutrition and I'll send you a free custom meal plan! Do you have questions you would like answered on the Empowered Nutrition podcast? You can propose your questions/ideas here or reach out to me at email@example.com Melissa's references for today's topic: Boutagy, N. E., McMillan, R. P., Frisard, M. I., & Hulver, M. W. (2016). Metabolic endotoxemia with obesity: Is it real and is it relevant?. Biochimie, 124, 11–20. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biochi.2015.06.020 Moludi, J., Kafil, H. S., Qaisar, S. A., Gholizadeh, P., Alizadeh, M., & Vayghyan, H. J. (2021). Effect of probiotic supplementation along with calorie restriction on metabolic endotoxemia, and inflammation markers in coronary artery disease patients: a double blind placebo controlled randomized clinical trial. Nutrition journal, 20(1), 47. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12937-021-00703-7 Medina-Vera I, Sanchez-Tapia M, Noriega-López L, et al. A dietary intervention with functional foods reduces metabolic endotoxaemia and attenuates biochemical abnormalities by modifying faecal microbiota in people with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Metab. 2019;45(2):122-131. doi:10.1016/j.diabet.2018.09.004
Today's episode of Ask The Pastor features Pastors Mike Clement and David Clement. Do you have questions about life? About your Christian walk? About Christianity in general? Ask The Pastor features local pastors in Scottsbluff, NE who are willing and ready to answer your questions. You get to determine the focus of Ask The Pastor, airing weekdays at 9:00am on Hope Radio 97.1FM and anytime in your podcast feed! Submit your questions on our website: https://www.kcmifm.com/contact Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/kcmifm
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Prof. Piotr Henryk Skarżyński, M.D., Ph.D., MSc. shares his experiences with the MED-EL's BONEBRIDGE in children with mixed hearing loss. Indications, surgical considerations, and outcomes are covered during this episode.
In this week's energy podcast, Senior Portfolio Manager Quinn Kiley discusses:Continuations of strong second quarter earnings reportsInternational Energy Agency (IEA) increased outlook for petroleum demandOPEC+ lowered it's expected growth forecast with oil responding by reversing negative price movesDownload Transcript
Nitroglycerine is one of the front-line medications used in the Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) algorithm. Nitro's effect on peripheral blood vessels and coronary arteries. Indications for use of nitroglycerine. Contraindications and when it should be used with caution. Nitroglycerine dosage & administration. Connect with me: Website: https://passacls.com (https://passacls.com) https://twitter.com/PassACLS (@PassACLS) on Twitter https://www.linkedin.com/company/pass-acls-podcast/ (@Pass-ACLS-Podcast) on LinkedIn Good luck with your ACLS class!
In this episode I am speaking with Dr. Diane Levitan, a veterinary doctor and a hyperbaric specialist. Dr. Levitan is a go-to person in the world of veterinary medicine and hyperbaric therapy. She is a practicing physician, researcher, teaching professor at the Long island University and a consultant for many veterinarians, TV, radio and print. In this episode we cover many topics concerning hyperbarics application for health improvement and longevity of the animals. Listen to the full episode to learn about various applications, contraindications, breakthrough discoveries and stories that won't leave you unemotional. Dr. Diane Levitan website This month there are 2 places for a FREE Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy consultation with Dr. Masha Book now
Dr. Sean O'Mara was an emergency medicine physician. In that role, he treated people from all walks of life. And it was obvious, even the wealthiest people failed at being healthy. Despite being a doctor, he wasn't in good shape himself. In addition to being overweight, he suffered from several other chronic health issues. A patient confronted him about his weight and introduced him to the paleo diet. That's all it took for him to realize how much impact even a small change in diet could have on overall health. His medical training utterly failed to prepare him to understand the changes that he experienced from changing his diet.He became a researcher for the purpose of learning more about how to reverse chronic disease. He found that there is nothing more effective at eradicating chronic disease than visceral fat as a biomarker. He believes that the availability of knowledge on how dietary lifestyle changes reverse chronic diseases will significantly help his patients and the healthcare system.Quick guide:1:57 Sean O'Mara's background4:49 His health condition motivated him to be a researcher14:32 Even the senior executive service and royal families eat crap16:48 Mindset switch18:14 Reversing chronic disease21:59 What is visceral fat?29:48 Indications of visceral fat35:38 Signal & noise with visceral fat44:53 Skeletal muscle and smooth muscle50:24 Providing KBI - Key Biological Indicators - for the bodyGet to know our guest: Dr. Sean O'Mara is trained as an emergency medicine physician and currently works as a health and performance optimizing physician. He served in the military and was selected to be a physician to the president, vice president, and secretary of the state of the USA. As a researcher, his focus is on how to get rid of chronic diseases.“So, I have great hope that the body of knowledge that is available, that once it's packaged up in a form that can be consumed and distributed through probably companies will be embraced by corporate America because they'll be able to reduce their highest, their second highest operating costs behind salaries and wages. Our employee expenses for healthcare, they'll be able to reduce that. And then secondly, there'll be an increase in employee productivity.” - Dr. Sean O'MaraEpisode snippets:03:25 - 04:05 - Misinformed doctors affect our decisions9:22 - 10:27 - What led him to be a researcher15:31 - 16:28 - Billionaires and royal families eat absolute crap18:18 - 19:32 - Disease abated, quality of life improved24:51 - 26:03 - The amount of exposure to visceral fats26:55 - 27:41 - People can see the visceral fat at the enemy inside of you39:46 - 41:16 - A 79-year-old physician overlooked visceral fats in the scans51:14 - 52:26 - The KBI - Key Biological IndicatorsConnect with him:Instagram: @drseanomaraTwitter: @drseanomaraYouTube: Dr. Sean O'MaraWebsite: www.drseanomara.comConnect with Dr. Ovadia:TwitteriFixHearts WebsiteStay Off My Operating Table WebsiteAmazon Theme Song : Rage AgainstWritten & Performed by Logan Gritton & Colin Gailey(c) 2016 Mercury Retro RecordingsProduced by 38atoms & Jack Heald
*DISCUSSION TOPICS*- Tonal lays off L.A. based instructors!- Jess Sims to join the College Gameday team!- Hidden Peloton website code regarding the rower!- Olympian Alex Karwoski might be a rowing instructor! - Indications rower may be self-assembly, not white glove!- Will Hydrow survive the Peloton rower release! - SoulCycle's Jaclyn Nord fired over ad campaign!- Why is no one excited about Peloton apparel anymore?- Melissa Ferrara of #MomsOfPeloton in the NY Post!- August #CurseOutCrew Challenge?- New York gym offering Virtual outdoor workouts!- PopSugar article says people want in-person experiences. Is this generational?
Watch Dr. Din talk with Neurologist Dr. Gulati about the use of non-cosmetic indications for botox as well as the use and potential of medical marijuana and psychedelics in the future of healthcare. ***
When is Botox an appropriate option for the management of Temporomandibular Disorders? Knowing this will help you make better referrals, or even consider Botox as a management strategy. Dr. Sheila Li guides us on the use of Botox/Toxins for TMD pain management. We discuss indications, protocols and regulatory requirements (which surprised me!) - as well as learning if these patients will now require Botox indefinitely...? https://youtu.be/QJyxF0EGwsM Check out this full episode on YouTube Protrusive Dental Pearl: How do you routinely check the masseters and the temporalis at your new patient examination? As a restorative dentist, the most important thing I want to know (and what will influence the occlusal risk for my patient) is the size of the masseters. Start palpating and feeling for the size of the masseters to understand how much force these patients can generate! If you want to learn more, join the Facebook Group: Protrusive Dental Community because I'll be doing a little blog post on that about the significance of masseter size on Occlusal risk. Highlights of this episode: 2:50 Checking Masseters and Temporalis13:34 Dr. Sheila's journey in managing TMD pain patients16:13 Ideal case selection for Botox regarding TMD21:15 Botox as a standalone vs Botox as an adjunct to splint therapy24:26 Patient communication about the frequency of Botox treatment26:39 Place of Botox for myofascial pain patients30:01 Additional indemnity for GDPs in doing Botox33:31 Functional Perspective of Botox34:47 Success rates in using Botox for TMD pain management39:53 Experience of having Botox41:55 Long-term side effects of Botox Learn more about Botox with Dr. Sheila Li on her functional toxin course just for dentists to treat functional elements! Want to level up occlusal appliance therapy and TMD management? Check out SplintCourse for a comprehensive online course. If you enjoyed this episode, do check out TMD Full Exam with ‘The TMJ Doc' Dr. Priya Mistry
Dairy farmer and AI technician, Colm O'Connor, joins Emma-Louise Coffey on this week's Dairy Edge podcast to discuss the early indications of the success of the 2022 breeding season. On his farm Colm achieved an 80% 21 day submission rate, reaching 90% at 25/26 days and conception rate to first service of 65%. He explained that breeding performance was exceptional in his heifers, achieving a 100% 21 day submission rate and 89% conception rate to first service. Colm credits attention to ensure there are no issues such as held cleanings or infections after calving and cows are on a consistent plain of nutrition have helped him achieve such high performance during the breeding season. Colm also discussed the trends he has observed among his farmer clients. As AI technician, he has noted a shift to beef AI from the outset of the breeding season for 10-25% of herds, owing to farmers' increased awareness to add value to the surplus calf and the lower requirement for replacement heifers as farms have reached optimum cow numbers. For more episodes from the Dairy Edge podcast go to the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/dairy/the-dairy-edge-podcast/ The Dairy Edge is a co-production with LastCastMedia.com
Summary: Is inflation going to continue, and what effect does this have on your retirement? Retirement expert Nathan Cox comes on the show to talk about how to adjust your strategy for investing/retirement in light of what we're experiencing in the current economy. Indications of a recession mean that we must re-think our investments, which includes being more selective and making sure that your income is generated naturally. Tune in to this episode to hear Nathan's advice on setting yourself up for success. Highlights: -Inflation was running a bit over expectations and came out around 9.1% -What we do largely depends on what the Fed decides to do in response to inflation -They can increase interest rates, but they don't have any control over the supply chain issue -People remember the 2008 recession, which was an immediate effect -Our current situation is progressing much more slowly -Unemployment is the lagging indicator -We could be in the recessionary position very quickly, and by the formal definition of recession we are technically already there -The Fed is probably going to have to continue raising rates through 2023 rather than raising and then backing off -Supply chain issues and the war in Ukraine are making things more complex -The majority of Americans were relying on things like the 401k, but it's smart to be more selective with your investment strategy—focusing on quality and dividends -What investments are more protected from inflation? Make sure your income is being generated naturally; don't exclusively rely on growth and capital appreciation Useful Links: Financial Survival Network Retirement Income Solutions
In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Shoulder Arthroscopy: Indications & Approach from the Shoulder & Elbow section. Follow Orthobullets on Social Media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/orthobullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/orthobulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/orthobullets LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/27125689 YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCMZSlD9OhkFG2t25oM14FvQ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthobullets/message