Dental Filling | Tooth Filling | Silver Filling | Cavity Filling | How it is done

Dental Filling | Tooth Filling | Silver Filling | Cavity Filling | How it is doneThe process of replacing a chipped or decayed area of the tooth with an inactive material. The term may also be used to describe the restorative material itself. Amalgam, a hard-wearing mixture of silver, mercury, and other metals, is often used for back teeth. Tiny amounts of mercury released from such filling are believed by... Read More »

Pirmoji pagalba aštuoniukės Tvarsčiai Žingsnis po žingsnio

First Aid Figure of Eight Bandages Step By StepA roller bandages applied in a figure of eight can be used to support a strain or sprain of the elbow or knee, or to hold a dressing in a place at or near these joints. It is important to bandage adequately on either side of the elbow or knee as well as around the... Read More »

Karščiavimas suaugusiųjų | įspėjimas | gydytoju | praktinis Technika

Fever In Adult | Warning | Doctor First | Practical TechniqueIn a Fever your body temperature is raised persistently above the normal level of 37* (98.6*F). A fever is one way in which the body responds to infection, so it is most likely to result from a viral illness such as flu, or a throat, chest, or urinary infection. It can also be due to... Read More »

Kaip gauti apvaisinimo | pristatymas | vaisingo periodo | vaisiaus kraujotaką

TAVO KUNAS: FERTILIZATION Fertilization occurs when the head of a sperm penetrates a mature ovum. After penetration, the nuclei (which contain the genetic material) of the sperm and ovum fuse and the body and tail of the sperm drop off. The newly fertilized ovum cal led a zygote then forms an outer layer that is... Read More »

Kaip gauti kelionė sperma mūsų kūno| stebėsena

Oxygen and nutrients enter the fetal blood through the placenta, an organ embedded in the inner lining and wall of the uterus and connected to the fetus by the umbilical cord. The maternal and fetal circulations in the placenta, which allows the exchanges of nutrients and waste products. blood returning to the heart flows into the... Read More »

Buržuazija Prancūzijos revoliucijos 1789

The Bourgeoisie in the French revolution in 1789The Bourgeoisie Nearly all the leaders of the revolution were drawn from the numerically small class of thebourgeoisiewhich included merchants, traders, industries, lawyers, doctors and other professional groups. The merchants and industries lived mainly in the towns, for the feudal conditions of the countryside and special heavy taxation of land had prevented them... Read More »

Egypt and the Western powers in Europe and the third world (1953-1968)

Egypt and the Western powers in Europe and the third world (1953-1968)Egypt and the Western powers in Europe While Britain was forging alliances in the Middle East she had also to face the new situation in Egypt. Sooner after the fall of Farouk the old Egyptian political parties, including the nationalist Wafd, which had opposed British influence for over sixty years, were dissolved. They were replaced... Read More »

Femur | Femur, Fracture | Fracture Of Neck Of Femur | Fracture of Shaft of Femur

Femur | Femur, Fracture | Fracture Of Neck Of Femur | Fracture of Shaft of Femur[wordpress_file_upload] Femur The medical name for the thigh bone, which is the longest bone in the body. The lower end of the femur hinges with the tibia to form the knee joint. Te upper end is rounded into a ball that fits exactly into a socket in the pelvis to form the hip joint. The... Read More »

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