Written in Blood Volume 2

Now Selcer and Foster are back with Volume 2 covering more line-of-duty deaths. This volume covers 1910 to 1928, as Fort Worth experiences a race riot, lynchings, bushwhacking, assassinations and martial law imposed by the U.S. Army.

Written in Blood Volume 2

Author: Richard F. Selcer

Publisher: University of North Texas Press

ISBN: 1574413228

Page: 440

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In 2010 Written in Blood Volume 1 told the stories of thirteen law officers who died in the line of duty between 1861 and 1909. Now Selcer and Foster are back with Volume 2 covering more line-of-duty deaths. This volume covers 1910 to 1928, as Fort Worth experiences a race riot, lynchings, bushwhacking, assassinations and martial law imposed by the U.S. Army.

Hormones in Blood Volume 11

This is not particularly novel or original, but I was just reminded of some '
experiments that demonstrated that some procedures which change the blood
volume, not only of organs but the circulating blood volume, indeed might change
the ...

Hormones in Blood  Volume 11

Author: G. E. W. Wolstenholme

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470716517

Page: 336

View: 931

The Novartis Foundation Series is a popular collection of the proceedings from Novartis Foundation Symposia, in which groups of leading scientists from a range of topics across biology, chemistry and medicine assembled to present papers and discuss results. The Novartis Foundation, originally known as the Ciba Foundation, is well known to scientists and clinicians around the world.

Written in Blood Volume 1

Volume. I. The lawman is a mythic figure in Western history distinguished from
mere mortals by the badge on his chest. It was that badge, not the gun he carried,
that separated him from other men. Most men carried guns; few were defenders
of ...

Written in Blood Volume 1

Author: Richard F. Selcer

Publisher: University of North Texas Press

ISBN: 1574412965

Page: 375

View: 555

In 2009 Fort Worth unveiled an elaborate, million-dollar memorial to its fallen police and firefighters going all the way back to the city's beginnings in 1873. Fifty-eight of the ninety-five names on the memorial were policemen. Written in Blood is a more inclusive version of that idea because it covers more than just members of the Fort Worth Police Department, it includes thirteen men from all branches of local law enforcement who died defending law and order in the early years: policemen, sheriffs, constables, "special officers," and even a police commissioner. "This book is a must-read for anyone who enjoys history of good police stories or who wants to honor our fallen lawmen from an era gone by."---John Burpo, Executive Director, Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (Cleat) "Written in Blood will be of significance interest especially to the law enforcement community and no doubt to others who just appreciate Fort Worth history."---J'Nell Pate, author of Livestock Legacy: The Fort Worth Stockyards, 1887-1987 "Written in Blood is tightly documented history of local law enforcement with both good and bad facts included. The authors are veteran researchers and writers who have a vast knowledge of local history and the customs of our community spanning decades. Richard Selcer, in particular, may often be seen in my criminal records section looking up old cases for his writings which span a time period when my own older relatives lived in Fort Worth and who used to tell me stories about the real history of Tarrant County when I was a boy. I didn't always believe them at the time. If you are a fan of the rich local history we have or just want to know more about the rough and tumble times of the late 19th and early 20th century, read this book!"---Thomas A. Wilder, Tarrant County District Clerk

Medical Physiology

readily between these veins and the vessels containing the central blood volume
. Blood in the central and extrathoracic arteries can be ignored in these shifts
because the low compliance of these vessels means that little change in their ...

Medical Physiology

Author: Rodney Rhoades

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781768528

Page: 816

View: 390

Now in its Third Edition, this text clearly and concisely presents the physiological principles that are essential to clinical medicine. Outstanding pedagogical features include Active Learning Objectives that emphasize problem-solving applications of basic principles; conceptual diagrams that help students visualize complex processes; case studies, Clinical Focus boxes, and From Bench to Bedside boxes; a comprehensive glossary; and online USMLE-style questions with answers and explanations. This edition features a new Immunology and Organ Function chapter and a completely rewritten and reorganized cardiovascular section. A companion Website will include the fully searchable text, an interactive question bank, case studies with practice questions, animations of complex processes, an image bank, and links for further study.

Fetus and Neonate Physiology and Clinical Applications Volume 1 The Circulation

3 Regulation of blood volume in utero ROBERT A. BRACE Introduction Fetal
blood circulates through the fetal body , umbilical cord , and fetal side of the
placenta . Although often termed fetoplacental blood volume , the simpler phrase
fetal ...

Fetus and Neonate  Physiology and Clinical Applications  Volume 1  The Circulation

Author: Mark A. Hanson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521423274

Page: 438

View: 386

The Fetus and Neonate is a series of practical, focused texts which concentrate on that critical period of human development, from late fetal to neonatal life. Each volume in the series examines a particular body system, looking at the physiological mechanisms which underlie the transition from intrauterine to extrauterine life, and the pathophysiological processes which may occur in this period. Each volume will consider the application of new basic scientific knowledge to the clinical situation. This series will be a valuable source of information to practitioners and postgraduate trainees in obstetrics, neonatology, paediatrics and reproductive medicine, as well as to basic scientists in these fields.

A Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests

Total Blood Volume ; Plasma Volume ; Erythrocyte ( RBC ) Volume The purposes
of the blood volume test are to determine circulating blood volume , to help
evaluate the bleeding or debilitated patient , and to determine the origin of ...

A Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests

Author: Frances Talaska Fischbach

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781771948

Page: 1317

View: 898

Now in its Eighth Edition, this leading comprehensive manual helps nurses deliver safe, effective, and informed care for patients undergoing diagnostic tests and procedures. The book covers a broad range of laboratory and diagnostic tests and studies that are delivered to varied patient populations in varied settings. Tests are grouped according to specimen and function/test type (e.g. blood, urine, stool, cerebrospinal fluid, etc.). Each test is described in detail, with step-by-step guidance on correct procedure, tips for accurate interpretation, and instructions for patient preparation and aftercare. Clinical Alerts highlight critical safety information.

Reference Values for Total Blood Volume and Cardiac Output in Humans

Much research has been devoted to measurement of total blood volume (TBV) and cardiac output (CO) in humans but not enough effort has been devoted to collection and reduction of results for the purpose of deriving typical or ...

Reference Values for Total Blood Volume and Cardiac Output in Humans

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 46

View: 219

Much research has been devoted to measurement of total blood volume (TBV) and cardiac output (CO) in humans but not enough effort has been devoted to collection and reduction of results for the purpose of deriving typical or {open_quotes}reference{close_quotes} values. Identification of normal values for TBV and CO is needed not only for clinical evaluations but also for the development of biokinetic models for ultra-short-lived radionuclides used in nuclear medicine (Leggett and Williams 1989). The purpose of this report is to offer reference values for TBV and CO, along with estimates of the associated uncertainties that arise from intra- and inter-subject variation, errors in measurement techniques, and other sources. Reference values are derived for basal supine CO and TBV in reference adult humans, and differences associated with age, sex, body size, body position, exercise, and other circumstances are discussed.

Nancy Caroline s Emergency Care in the Streets Volume 2

In the Field Not every person has the same amount of blood , so you must be
able to estimate the patient's blood volume before the trauma occurred . Blood
volume is relative to weight - it accounts for 6 % to 8 % of the total body weight .

Nancy Caroline s Emergency Care in the Streets  Volume 2

Author: Aaos

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780763742393

Page: 888

View: 565

With this DVD, you will learn how to successfully perform each skill and will find helpful information, tips, and pointers designed to facilitate your progression through the practical examination.

The Clinical Use of Blood in Medicine Obstetrics Paediatrics Surgery Anaesthesia Trauma Burns

2 Decide on the percentage of blood volume that could be lost but safely
tolerated , provided that normovolaemia is maintained . ... If 20 % of blood volume
were chosen , up to 840 ml could be lost before transfusion became necessary .

The Clinical Use of Blood in Medicine  Obstetrics  Paediatrics  Surgery   Anaesthesia  Trauma   Burns

Author: World Health Organization

Publisher: World Health Organization

ISBN: 9789241545389

Page: 337

View: 917

A module of learning material designed for use in education and training programmes.

Santa Fe Blood

In the tumultuous 1960s, Santa Fe, New Mexico, is shaken by the arrival of a diabolical killer who preys on young women.

Santa Fe Blood

Author: Gloria H. Giroux

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1532099576

Page: 682

View: 775

In the tumultuous 1960s, Santa Fe, New Mexico, is shaken by the arrival of a diabolical killer who preys on young women. One after another, women are found dead, and the killer leaves no trace. As the body count grows, the manhunt begins. The Grayhawk clan is an unusual family who traces their mixed Navajo/Hopi-European roots back hundreds of years. Memphis Grayhawk, a dedicated law student who migrates into private investigation, leads this crime-fighting team. His younger brother, Tucson, is a psychologist in training, while his three youngest siblings provide energy, support, and love. Memphis’s best friend, police detective Sand Hazelwood, and his twin sisters, Snow and Swan, play an integral part in the investigation. Finally, there is Memphis’s cousin, Tansee, a medical student with insight crucial to the case. As these men and women follow the clues, they realize the unfathomable depths of this monster’s motives. Will the killer manage to escape the clutches of justice or get the punishment he deserves? How will these horrific crimes impact those hot on his trail? Will they survive the manhunt or fall into the darkness they pursue?