Consequences of accidents

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  • Safety was never my primary interest during my studies as a chemical engineer (although I got sprayed once with concentrated sulfuric acid during an experiment, making my face look like a moonscape), nor when I started working in the industry. I found myself very soon in the normal rut of thinking that safety was the job of the safety professional, and had nothing to do with us production people.

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  • Safety was never my primary interest during my studies as a chemical engineer (although I got sprayed once with concentrated sulfuric acid during an experiment, making my face look like a moonscape), nor when I started working in the industry. I found myself very soon in the normal rut of thinking that safety was the job of the safety professional, and had nothing to do with us production people.

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  • Spinal cord trauma is potentially the most devastating consequence of injury to the spine. This well-established, practical guide provides a detailed overview from the scene of the accident to rehabilitation and discharge from hospital care. This latest edition has been substantially rewritten to include the most recent developments in practical management of patients with potential spine injury and risk-minimisation techniques. There is also a new chapter on spinal cord injury in developing countries....

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  • Later in life, I took to the habit of learning languages by myself: Spanish in the early twenties, Italian after emigrating to Sardinia at the age of 27, Portuguese at 33 during a three-month trip to Brazil. That put the modern language count at 6. In between or thereafter, whenever there was the perspective of travel, I studied the basic grammar of other languages: Swedish, Dutch, Modern Greek, Turkish, Sardinian, Farsi (Iranian), Swahili, Hebrew, Hindi.

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  • The idea of restoration is not new. Life, as it happens, is full of accidents, mishaps, and untoward events, from breaking a tool to growing old and dying, and the desire to avoid the consequences of these events by reversing or undoing them in order to return to some happier previous or “original” condition seems to be as old as our species. It is the root aspiration behind religion, that oldest of human institutions. It is also a constant theme of both public and private life, and it may even be grounded in the capacity for self-repair that is a peculiarity of life itself....

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  • Vietnam, accounts for 6,34% population (in which 1,1 million are severe disabled, accounts for 21,5% total people with disabilities). Including 29.41% of mobility disability, 16.83% neurons, 13.84% visual, 9.32% auditory, 7.08% language, 6.52% intellectual, and 17% other types of disabilities. Male ratio was higher than female with disabilities caused by the consequences of war, labor accidents, traffic accidents, accidents and injuries. The main types of disability and its causes are presented in Tables 1 and 2:

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  • Forensic Engineering Investigation is a compendium of the investigative methodologies used by engineers and scientific investigators to evaluate some of the more common types of failures and catastrophic events. In essence, the book provides analyses and methods for determining how an entity was damaged and when that damage may have legal consequences. The material covers 21 common types of failures, catastrophic events, and losses that forensic engineers routinely assess.

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  • Private landowners or Federal Agencies responsible for cleaning up radiological environments are faced with the challenge of clearly defining the nature and extent of radiological contamination, implementing remedial alternatives, then statistically verifying that cleanup objectives have been met.

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  • The Commission has made a proposed determination that the following amendment requests involve no significant hazards consideration. Under the Commission’s regulations in Section 50.

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  • One September afternoon in 1751, towards half-past five, about a score of small boys, chattering, pushing, and tumbling over one another like a covey of partridges, issued from one of the religious schools of Chartres.

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  • One September afternoon in 1751, towards half-past five, about a score of small boys, chattering, pushing, and tumbling over one another like a covey of partridges, issued from one of the religious schools of Chartres. The joy of the little troop just escaped from a long and wearisome captivity was doubly great: a slight accident to one of the teachers had caused the class to be dismissed half an hour earlier than usual, and in consequence of the extra work thrown on the teaching staff the brother whose duty it was to see all the scholars safe home was compelled to omit that part of...

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  • Among the elements of the conferences that have to do with the elderly, the following are noted: education about the main health problems and the methods to prevent them; promotion of food supplies and adequate nutrition; supply of appropriate drinking water and basic sanitation; immunization against major infectious diseases; prevention and control of endemic diseases; appropriate treatment of common diseases and accident consequences and availability of essential medication, in addition to social resources, such as social groups, universities open to the seniors and awareness about the ph...

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  • Obesity is a chronic disease, and its consequences include an elevated risk of premature death and a variety of serious health problems such as heart disease, hypertension and stroke, diabetes, cancer, osteoarthritis, and accidents, among others (World Health Organization 1997, 2000a). An estimated 35 million deaths from chronic diseases were expected to occur worldwide in 2005, with 80% of them in low-income and middle-income developing countries.

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