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These 10 facts about space will blow your mind A gluteal intramuscular injection — commonly referred to colloquially as a shot — is the administration of medication using a hypodermic syringe into either the ventrogluteal or the dorsogluteal muscle. These two areas of the large gluteal muscle can both be used safely and easily for intramuscular IM injections due to the large size of the muscle and the relative lack of adjacent nerves or blood vessels to complicate the process. The ventrogluteal muscle is located on the ventral aspect, or side, of the body while the dorsogluteal muscle lies along the body's dorsal, or rear aspect. The dorsogluteal muscle, then, is found just above the buttocks.
Carrington Class: “The World Escaped an EMP Catastrophe”
Comments Read by 28, people According to researchers at EMPact America, an organization dedicated to studying and preparing for the possibility of large-scale electro magnetic pulse threats that can destroy our modern day electrical infrastructure, the earth came dangerously close to a serious destabilization event. This means that the size of the solar flare would be massive, and the charged particles contained within it would be widespread, likely affecting every non-shielded electronic device on the planet. The original Carrington event is estimated to have been larger than an X10 Class flare — a super solar flare. The measurements work similar to the earthquake Richter scale, where the next level up is 10 times more powerful than the one before it.
Written on March 20, by Wolverine in Medical Mayhem , Transplant Related The overuse of the procedure known as colonoscopies as a prophylactic for colon cancer, has not only become quite a fad in recent decades, but also a multimillion dollar industry. Every year, over 14 million perfectly healthy individuals age 50 and up, submit themselves to this invasive procedure in the hope of receiving protection from colorectal cancer. Do the benefits of this screening outweigh the risks involved? Sometimes in this world, a treatment may be as dangerous as the disease itself. The many injuries that can be caused by colonoscopies, the anesthetics and preparation required for this procedure, is what I would like to cover in part 1 of this series.
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