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  • Which of the following is not true about Traditional design work?
    Which of the following is not true about Traditional design work?
    If an error is not detected the product will still be OK.

  • What is the inner most layer of the artery wall called?
    What is the inner most layer of the artery wall called?
    1. tunica intima-the tunica intima is lined with endothelial cells. these are the cells that can become inflammed or damaged by many risk factors, which can then lead to a cascade of events known as the famous response to injury hypothesis: endothelial damage... from the circulation macrophytic white blood cells called monocytes begin to interact with the endothelial cells...the monocytes change into macrophages... some of these macrophytic monocyte cells accumulate lipids and take on a foamy appearance (hence they are now called foam cells)... foam cells help to form a swelling in the artery wall called a fatty streak... circulating platelets stick to the foam cells and underlying connective tissue... release of potent growth factors... from the tunica media proliferation and increased thickness of smooth muscle... environment for enhanced lipid accumulation... proliferation and accumulation can lead to blockage or thrombus formation.

  • What is the estimated risk of an adverse event from manual therapy to the cervical spine?
    What is the estimated risk of an adverse event from manual therapy to the cervical spine?
    1. risk impossible to predict from available evidence-the incidence and percentage risk of an adverse event from cervical manipulation is impossible to predict from the available evidence (kerry, et al 2007), but the risks involved should not prevent you from applying potentially beneficial treatments to appropriate patients with minimal or no vascular risk factors. if you have weighed up the risks and have clinically reasoned that it would be appropriate to apply a cervical spine treatment, you could explain to the patient although cerebrovascular symptoms (such as stroke or death) can be unpredictable and that there inherent risks with the procedure, complications are very rare (halderman, et al, 2002) and that according to your assessment the risk of an adverse event is likely to be very minimal. as an aside - re: cervical artery dissection not related to cervical manipulation - from graziano et al (2007) - in the general population the incidence of cervical artery dissection = 2.6 per 100,000 (0.0026%).

  • Which of the following is a way CAD does not help team working:
    Which of the following is a way CAD does not help team working:
    The software can check the design meets rules.

  • A B 1 3 5 2 4 6 If A5 = (A2*B1)/2, then A5= _______?(please input the number)
    A B 1 3 5 2 4 6 If A5 = (A2*B1)/2, then A5= _______?(please input the number)
    10 Ten

  • According to Piaget's theory of Cognitive Development, a child during the sensorimotor period does not see things in abstract forms. Therefore, in teaching mathematics to young children, the:
    According to Piaget's theory of Cognitive Development, a child during the sensorimotor period does not see things in abstract forms. Therefore, in teaching mathematics to young children, the:
    Abstract stage must come before the concrete direction