A laboratory may fax, or communicate over the phone, a patient's medical test results to a physician. A doctor may orally discuss a patient's treatment regimen with a nurse who will be involved in the patient's care. A physician may consult with another physician by e-mail about a patient's condition.
Title IX is definitely a less than perfect piece of legislation because, although it promises equality, it is difficult to be enforced. A college may reject as many female students as it wants as long as it meets a “quota,” purely due to the fact that the students are female, but they can excuse the discrimination with easy lies that can’t be properly disputed. The idea of Title IX has good intentions, but it is simply too difficult to enforce. There is no way to prove a college or any other public facility is discriminating against someone purely based on sex, so Title IX can be rendered useless in many cases. However, it sets a precedent for colleges to follow; though it’s hard to catch a facility violating this legislation with solid proof, if they are, they will be shamed and punished severely. Though Title IX is not a perfect piece of legislation, it’s an important step in the direction of equality for men and women in all situations, not just attending colleges.
<span>D is the correct answer. Many drugs can target the parts of the brain that influence decision making and make the user's judgement and decision making less good. They can also make a negative situation seem worse than it is already. Additionally, withdrawal symptoms are emotionally and physically taxing so they can become overwhelming.</span>
Patients who are tachycardic are at high risk of forming blood clots(thrombus) their heart rate is 110 BPM.
Adults' normal resting heart rates fall between 60 and 100 beats per minute. Generally speaking, a lower resting heart rate denotes improved cardiovascular fitness and more effective heart function. For instance, a fit athlete might have a resting heart rate that is closer to 40 beats per minute.
Simply take your pulse to find out your heart rate. To the side of your windpipe, place your index and third fingers on your neck. Place two fingers over the radial artery, which is on the thumb side of the wrist, between the bone and the tendon to check your pulse there.