In this Southern-fried comedy about medical ethics and NASCAR, a beer-swilling machinist must take on family, lover, minister and a Cherokee shaman to keep his mother on this side of eternity. A two-act play by acclaimed playwright Jeffrey Stanley commissioned by the Mill Mountain Theatre in the author's hometown of Roanoke, Va. World premiere 2003, followed by the southwest premiere at Theatre 3 Dallas in 2005.
Dr Hahnemann's masterpiece "Organon of Medicine" involves study of inductive philosophy. The Lord Bacon's principle of inductive logic has been applied in the study of natural phenomenon of health, disease and action of medicine. It requires a great effort by all students of homeopathy to learn and follow it in the manner the founder of homeopathy had desired. The author's work is a humble contribution towards the understanding of this complex but most vital subject of homeopathy.
Primary Care Sleep Medicine - A Practical Guide was among the first books to address sleep medicine for a primary care audience. It remains the primary text oriented to the primary care physician with an interest in sleep disorders medicine. Since this title published, there have been many changes in the sleep field. A new text oriented towards supporting the primary care physician in the practice of sleep medicine is needed; an updated second edition of Primary Care Sleep Medicine - A Practical Guide could fill this knowledge gap. This second edition will include updated information on insomnia medications, post-traumatic stress disorders, home sleep testing protocols, complex sleep apnea and the defined role for primary care physicians in sleep medicine.
This is the true story of a puppy that did not have a permanent home and a young girl named Emma who desperately wanted a puppy of her own to love. Happily for both, Emma adopts the little puppy, names her Dixie, and in each other they find the companionship they've been looking for. With bonus information on how to support your local animal shelter-and even adopt a rescued dog of your own-this uplifting story, with adorable photographs, is the perfect companion for any dog-loving family.
To correctly diagnose a human organism with the help of acoustic waves is impossible without knowledge of the physics of acoustic waves interaction with the issues of the organism. This book is dedicated to the given problem. It consists of four sections, the first of which deals with physical models of the biological issues used in ultrasonic diagnostics. In the other sections the basic stages of ultrasonic diagnostics (sound radiation, sound scattering, depictions visualization) are studied. It is shown how different bodies and issues of a human organism scatter acoustic waves and how, using the scattered wave, one learns about what happens with some body or issue.
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