Manga Evolution Begins With A Big Tree

Evolution Begins With A Big Tree - Poster

Cong Da Shu Kaishi De Jinhua ; Cóng Dà Shù Kāishǐ De Jìnhuà ; Evolution Begins With a Big Tree ; Evolution From the Big Tree ; 从大树开始的进化

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    • DrewNow Avatar
      DrewNow - 4 days ago
      1. 100 to 120 chest compressions per minute 2. The depth of compressions for an adult is 2 to 2.4 inches. For a child above one year is 2 inches, and for infants, 1.5 inches. 3. Check the safety of the scene 4. Power on the AED, attach electrode pads, shock the person, and analyze the rhythm. 5. Shake or tap the person gently and shout 6. Less than 20 seconds 7. Head tilt and chin lift. 8. One under the left armpit and one high on the right side of the chest 9. 15:2 10. Rescue breaths should last 1 second 11. Reposition the victim's head, then use the head tilt chin lift maneuver again to open the airway and give the 2nd rescue breath. 12. Perform CPR 13. Stop giving rescue breaths and perform chest compressions only 14. On the carotid artery 15. Continue monitoring until the EMS arrives 16. Move the victim 17. Perform Rescue Breaths 18. Early CPR and rapid defibrillation 19. AED should be used as soon as it's available 20. In a stable true lateral position, head-dependent on something and no pressure on the chest
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      JanelleKing - 2 weeks ago
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      DrewNow - 1 month ago
      1. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Damage to the brain caused by an external force or trauma. 2. Concussion: A mild traumatic brain injury resulting from a blow or jolt to the head, often causing temporary loss of consciousness or confusion. 3. Fracture: A break or crack in a bone, typically caused by trauma or excessive force. 4. Automated External Defibrillator (AED): A portable device that delivers an electric shock to the heart to restore normal rhythm in cases of sudden cardiac arrest. 5. Abrasion: A superficial injury to the skin, usually caused by scraping or rubbing. 6. Non-traumatic Brain Injury: Damage to the brain not caused by external physical force, often due to illness or internal factors. 7. Contusion: A bruise or injury where the skin is not broken, often involving damage to underlying tissue. 8. Anaphylactic Shock: A severe and potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that can cause a rapid drop in blood pressure and difficulty breathing. 9. Inflammation: The body's response to injury or infection, characterized by redness, swelling, heat, and pain. 10. Incision: A cut made intentionally, often in a medical context such as during surgery.
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      benai - 7 months ago
      One of the more unique isekais, still the story or better the protagonist lacks rational thinking. The old saying Si vis pacem, para bellum - who wants peace, prepare for battle comes to my mind. Why kill something and reduce the amount of your tools when you can sharpen it and point it at your enemy?
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      Miguel Kater Chacoff - 8 months ago
      This is the weirdest and coolest stuff Ive read in a while. I dont what willhappen from ch 69 on, but until 68 is very good
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      jobik - 9 months ago
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