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🔶YOU GUESS IT (WW1 Version)🔶 Alright guys you know the deal. Guess who these men fight for, what that tank is, where they are, in what year, and, if you can, during what Operation. You obviously aren’t supposed to instantly know the answer, I just want you to see if you can piece it together.
A 43 year old male fell from the stairs and hit his head, developing a subarachnoid hemorrhage! 😓 . Subarachnoid Hemorrhage (SAH): is bleeding into the subarachnoid space the area between the arachnoid membrane and the pia mater surrounding the brain. SAH, almost always results from traumatic head injury, usually with an associated skull fracture (85-95% of patients) and arterial laceration. Although the prognosis is good with about 85% recovery, the condition can still be deadly because the buildup of blood may increase intracranial pressure, compress delicate brain tissue, and cause brain shift (herniation). 🤕 . The most feared complication is the brain shift as it can compress the brainstem, resulting in respiratory arrest, unconsciousness, decrease in blood pressure, and abnormal pupil responses to light. Early signs and symptoms usually occur within minutes to hours after the head injury and include confusion, dizziness, severe headache, nausea/vomiting, weakness in part of the body, and loss of consciousness. Diagnosis is suspected through clinical and neurological presentations but is only confirmed with a head CT scan as it will pinpoint the exact location of the hematoma and associated skull fracture. 💀 . Treatment for an SAH includes controlling the symptoms and almost always emergency surgery to reduce the pressure within the brain. If left untreated for a long period of time, complications can include permanent weakness, incontinence, paralysis, seizures, and even coma. 🏥 . If you or a loved one are experiencing these conditions, go to the emergency room immediately to prevent any further complications. Stay safe and stay healthy everyone! 🤓 . FOLLOW US & TAG YOUR FRIENDS!
Here’s a couple more hiking videos for the week. 🤙A video going over posture awareness 🧠while wearing a backpack🎒 and a video on how to get down from a big step😱. I will let these silly videos speak for themselves this time around! The gist of it… make sure your backpack is tightened up higher on the back. Casually keep your blades in a good position with your head shifted back slightly. No need to walk around like the Hulk, but keep everything in good alignment. . . As for the step down video, if you have knee pain, the goal is to SLOW DOWN🐌 and utilize your upper body💪 to help you down. Don’t try to be a hero and jump around like a spaz. 🤪 . . #HappyThanksgivingLeftovers🤮 -💻Written by Andrew Dettelbach . . ⚡️You can learn to move better and live pain free!  The MoveU Method is a step-by-step online training program to transform your movement and accelerate your journey back to a pain-free life. Learn more about the method by registering and attending a free live webinar.  Click the link in our bio or visit⚡️ . . #MoveU #BeTheExpert #ControlYourself #backpain #neckpain #neck #back #hike #rockclimbing #Fitness #Sport #Crossfit #getfit #fitfam #enjoy #lol #education #learn #powerful #empowering #Strength #Mobility #happiness #LiveLife
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HI explorer, ini aku Hu Chun, jam-jam segini emang paling enak kalo ngemil yaa, yummmmmy. . . Eh ini aku lagi di rekam ya ?? Ah bangun ah hihiiiii #huchun #duapanda #duapandatsi #GiantPandaTSI #istanapandaindonesia #education #conservation #bestplacetogo #tamansafariindondesiabogor #tamansafariindonesia #tamansafari
This picture shows the celebration of Hitlers 50th birthday via a parade on April 20th of 1939. Hitler was 50 years old when World War Two was about to begin. He had lived those years growing up, traveling, attempting to become an artist, fighting for the German Empire in the Great War, and rising to power in that same nation in the interwar period. Hitler had unchained Germany from the Treaty of Versailles and also from the global economic depression that had impacted the country since the early thirties. He had done what he said he would. He brought jobs back, stabilized the economy, pushed back against the allies and steadily built Germany’s military back up. It was not seen as a horrible deed to like Hitler in the 30’s if you were a regular German citizen. Hitler wanted to bring Germany back to its former greatness, and expand even further than this. If possible, he would do this peacefully, and examples of this are shown in the remilitarization of the Rhineland in 1936, absorption of the Saarland via popular vote, the annexation of Austria and the German-speaking Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia, and the unopposed invasion of the rest of the country. His ambitions in the east and the west were what brought him open warfare. Poland did indeed fall, but it resulted in France and Britain declaring war on Germany. Hitlers fame was probably at its height, or at least his power, after the fall of France. This point his army and airforce as the dominant force in Europe, and with u-boat wolf packs ravaging Britain, it would seem as though the war would indeed be lost. Then he invaded the USSR, and thus then fighting on 3 fronts, ruined his odds of being victorious. He had stated in Mein Kampf how a two front war would be catastrophic for German as it was in World War One, and thus his decision to fight on 3 and later be forced into 4 at one point proved that he did not play the game right. Personally, I believe Hitler should have used the troops he used for Operation Barbarossa to heavily reinforce Rommel in North Africa and thus drive the British out of Egypt, seize the Suez Canal and also the Middle East. Let’s be happy he didn’t.