1st August 2014

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1st August 2014

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medievalfantasist:

gicknilbert:

HOW DID I SCROLL PAST THIS WITHOUT GIVING IT A CHANCE

With this gif, we shall achieve world peace.

medievalfantasist:

gicknilbert:

HOW DID I SCROLL PAST THIS WITHOUT GIVING IT A CHANCE

With this gif, we shall achieve world peace.

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1st August 2014

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GUYS THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT PLEASE DON’T SCROLL PAST IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

furbearingbrick:

ereriislife15:

I’m doing a persuasive speech and this would really help me out.

If you think animals should be adopted from shelters, reblog.

If you think animals should be bought from pet stores, like.

*REBLOGS FURIOUSLY*

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1st August 2014

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1st August 2014

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fuckitfireeverything:

#wow remember when the doctor wasnt written as a sexist fuck

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1st August 2014

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1st August 2014

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spookyboohellspawn:

namiren:

hitlersnutellatits:

super-who-lockian:

spoopysuriella:

holy fuck

Well…that escalated quickly.

WH-

FOREVER REBLOG

life goals

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1st August 2014

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naloxonebiteparamedic:

emt-monster:

A transplanted heart does not respond to atropine
This is because atropine affects the vagus nerve (parasympathetic innervation of the heart), not the heart itself.
Since a transplanted heart is not connected to the recipient’s nerves, atropine will have limited or no effect on the donor heart. Neither will vagal stimulation like Valsalva maneuvre or carotid massage
Eventually however, there may be some regeneration of nervous innervation to the new heart; mostly sympathetic, but also parasympathetic nerves. In that case, atropine might work.
But the treatment of choice in hemodynamically significant bradycardia in heart recipients, is pacing (according to ACLS guidelines).

Found this hanging around on my wall, check it out guys.

naloxonebiteparamedic:

emt-monster:

A transplanted heart does not respond to atropine

This is because atropine affects the vagus nerve (parasympathetic innervation of the heart), not the heart itself.

Since a transplanted heart is not connected to the recipient’s nerves, atropine will have limited or no effect on the donor heart. Neither will vagal stimulation like Valsalva maneuvre or carotid massage

Eventually however, there may be some regeneration of nervous innervation to the new heart; mostly sympathetic, but also parasympathetic nerves. In that case, atropine might work.

But the treatment of choice in hemodynamically significant bradycardia in heart recipients, is pacing (according to ACLS guidelines).

Found this hanging around on my wall, check it out guys.

Source: emt-monster

1st August 2014

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confectionerybliss:

Crème Brûlée Cheesecake | Kwestia Smaku

confectionerybliss:

Crème Brûlée Cheesecake | Kwestia Smaku

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1st August 2014

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truezodiacfact:

The Queen aging over time via banknotes

truezodiacfact:

The Queen aging over time via banknotes

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