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    Marquis de Layafette

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    Marquis de Lafayette Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier de La Fayette, Marquis de La Fayette, a wealthy French nobleman, played a quietly prominent role in America’s struggle for independence from the British. La Fayette’s unwavering dedication to the pursuit of liberty, his skill as military officer, his ability to secure vital resources, and his impressive connections to the French Royal family and other key players of this era made him an invaluable asset in the American Revolution

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    In the Name of Science

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    Throughout the years, animals have been used as models for studying human biology and as test subjects in the development of drugs and vaccines, all with the desire to improve human health. However, animal testing is not exclusive to biomedical research; animals are used as test subjects for psychological testing, agricultural research and cosmetic study, among others (AnimalsAustralia.org, 2012). Over one hundred million animals are burned, crippled and abused in labs every year and of those, 92%

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    Spinal Board vs. Orthopaedic Stretcher/Scoop The following search results were gathered through the use of the University of Bedfordshire’s BREO function known as Discover. With the use of Discover I was able to analyse, search and narrow it down through thousands of results in order to gather the information required for this assignment. The table below shows the search results used – including the search strategies, keywords and Boolean Operators in order to cut down to the three sources that I

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    That is why her role in life is passive. Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window is, in my opinion, an example of how Freudian theory can be applied to classical Hollywood narrative. The movie centres around a middle-aged photographer (Jeff) who has been immobilised due to an accident he had in the line of work. He spends the last days of his “captivity” looking outside his window. His talent for observation leads him into suspecting that his neighbour killed his wife. In his effort to prove this to his detective

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    Pre-Hospital Immobilization of Trauma Patients

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    It is appreciated that the given case study contains other factors such as psychological trauma and the impact of blood loss. However this essay is going to explore the efficacy of pre hospital immobilisation utilising cervical collars and extrication/ orthopaedic stretchers, reflecting on an account from the paramedic’s practice. A modified framework of Gibbs Reflective cycle (1988) will be used. Including Description, Feelings, Evaluation, Conclusion and Action Plan. This essay is supported throughout

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    Evaluation of the case: What is stroke? The formation of a clot in the arteries leading to or within the brain causing an interruption to the flow of blood to a specific area of the brain. (National Stroke Association, 2014) Symptoms of a stroke:  Weakness or a complete loss of sensation to a body part  Dizziness, loss of balance & coordination and difficulty sitting, standing and walking. (National Stroke Association, 2014) Age & gender risk factors - 55-year-old woman The risk of having a stroke

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    Bone Fracture and Dislocation Fracture When a bone breaks or even cracks, this is called a fracture. Fracture can affect any bone of the skeletal system. There are different ways in which fracture can be termed. When the bone breaks but there is no damage to the surrounding tissues or a tear in the skin, this is a closed fracture [9]. When the bone tears through the skin surrounding it or wound is visible, this is an open fracture or compound fracture [7]. A compound fracture is generally more serious

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    Introduction Industrial accident is defined by Collins (2014) as “an accident that happens to an employee of an industrial company during the course of their work”. Industrial accidents vary from falls from heights, to being injured by machinery; in the patient presented below, the accident was a fall from 6m above the ground. According to Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (2012), data for the year 2009, from the Bureau of Labour Statistics in the U.S., revealed that an estimated 605 fatalities

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    The Pain in Fish Farmed Trough Aquaculture

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    This paper confines itself to the study of pain in fish farmed through aquaculture and its alleviation. Welfare concerns the physical and mental state of the animal (Lembo & Zupa 2009). It involves the animal’s physiological and psychological capability to cope with its environment (Lembo & Zupa 2009). Under the Five Freedoms of Animal Welfare, an animal is entitled to be free of pain, injury and disease (Lembo & Zupa 2009). This paper concerns the optimal slaughter method given that the fish is

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    Conceptualization of “domesticated opposition” The concept of “domesticated opposition” is used by scholars to describe opposition parties that are loyal rather than competitors and that have complied with the government’s game of restricted pluralism. Also dubbed as “toothless”, domesticated opposition hardly challenge the regime’s semi-authoritarianism and are not part of the decision making process. They have come to depend on the regime’s consent to secure their minimal political gains and to

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