Medics


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Med´ics


n.1.Science of medicine.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In one case, based on a fiscal space of EUR 150 million, EUR 25 million had been earmarked for independent institutions and public media, while EUR 127 million for raising wages for medics and teachers.
"Whenever I went for antenatal care, the medics at the facility assured me that the foetal heartbeat and weight were normal," Ms Awuor recalled.The medics even gave her all the essential drugs and supplements recommended for expectant mothers, and even some to prevent her from vomiting.
When a young doctor ordered them to stop working, the female medics felt insulted and protested against such behaviour.
"At around 9 am, the medics under escort of two police officers were ambushed by Al Shabaab militia blocked the way with two pro-boxes before they started shooting," Owino said.'
It said that among the wounded, many from tear gas inhalation, 370 were medics. In addition, 70 ambulances were damaged.
However, there is one section of the army that deserves as much praise, if not more, for their service, and remains unseen - the medics, who put their lives on the line to keep the army going in the battlefield.
Often this type of training, a biennial requirement, becomes a watered-down, static exercise, devoid of the combination of environmental stressors and problem-solving required to create competent and confident medics. This is caused by a combination of factors, including lack of time, lack of training resources, lack of experienced subject matter experts, and complacency.
What if every infantry platoon in every brigade combat team (BCT) in the active duty Army had a second 68W combat medic permanently assigned?
Previously, basic first aid had been the extent of the training undertaken by those supervising newmarket's gallops, but heath medics will now be able to more effectively respond to those with potentially life-threatening injuries, such as catastrophic bleeds or spinal injuries.
Tumulak said medics suspected that she might have suffered a cardiac arrest due to the heat inside the polling precinct.
The board comprises of medics that specialize in radiology, neurology and other medical disciplines.