In cases of chlorosis and anemia, the centerpieces of moral management were
the technologies of blood monitoring. Using the newly developed hemocytometer
hemoglobinometer, physicians could monitor the number of red blood ...
Author: Keith Wailoo
Publisher: JHU Press
In Drawing Blood, medical historian Keith Wailoo uses the story of blood diseases to explain how physicians in this century wielded medical technology to define disease, carve out medical specialties, and shape political agendas. As Wailoo's account makes clear, the seemingly straightforward process of identifying disease is invariably influenced by personal, professional, and social factorsÃ¢â‚¬â€?and as a result produces not only clarity and precision but also bias and outright error. Drawing Blood reveals the ways in which physicians and patients as well as the diseases themselves are simultaneously shaping and being shaped by technology, medical professionalization, and society at large. This thought-provoking cultural history of disease, medicine, and technology offers an important perspective for current discussions of HIV and AIDS, genetic blood testing, prostate-specific antigen, and other important issues in an age of technological medicine. "Makes clear that the high stakes involved in medical technology are not just financial, but moral and far reaching. They have been harnessed to describe clinical phenomena and to reflect social and cultural realities that influence not only medical treatment but self-identity, power, and authority."Ã¢â‚¬â€?Susan E. Lederer, H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences On Line "Wailoo's masterful study of hematology and its disease discourse is a model of interdisciplinarity, combining cultural analysis, social history, and the history of medical ideas and technology to produce a complex narrative of disease definition, diagnosis, and treatment... He reminds us that medical technology is a neutral artifact of history. It can be, and has been, used to clarify and to cloud the understanding of disease, and it has the potential both to constrain and to emancipate its subjects."Ã¢â‚¬â€?Regina Morantz-Sanchez, Journal of Interdisciplinary History
HIGH PRAISE FOR DRAWING BLOOD “Beautiful . . . Heartbreaking . . . Seductive
.” —Gauntlet by Poppy Z. Brite “A singularly talented chronicler of her generation.
” “As with many of today's best writers of horror fiction, Brite focuses more on ...
Author: Poppy Brite
Escaping from his North Carolina home after his father murders their family and commits suicide, Trevor McGee returns to confront the past, and finds himself haunted by the same demons that drove his father to insanity.
... would happen gradually, carefully with him as the first, selected for his strength,
wisdom and commitment. The human world awaited. He was ready. Chapter 1
Holly Seaton enjoyed shopping in Bracebridge. The people DRAWING BLOOD .
Author: Mary Lou George
[BookStrand Paranormal Romantic Suspense, vampires] Successful children's book illustrator Holly Seaton is no stranger to the paranormal. With her artist's hand, she creates magical beings of myth and fantasy. Little does she know some of these creatures actually exist and she just met one in the supermarket. Stryker Cain is a vampire on a crucial mission to save his people from extinction. For years he's been settling small enclaves of vampires amidst human communities all over the world. Stryker has deadly enemies, people who will stop at nothing to destroy his dream. He doesn't have time to deal with the complex feelings Holly engenders within him, but some things can't be pushed aside. She's his bloodmate. The one person a vampire cannot deny. When innocent people close to him are murdered, Stryker is forced to pull Holly into his world in order to keep her safe. But is Holly the one who will need saving? ** A BookStrand Mainstream Romance
The effect of the vacuum on coagulation is nowhere better shewn than in the
ordinary operation of drawing blood by cupping . In this operation , the blood
which escapes into the glass coagulates with remarkable activity . I once
Clerical errors can prove fatal. The new WHO guidelines provide recommended steps for safe phlebotomy and reiterate accepted principles for drawing, collecting blood and transporting blood to laboratories/blood banks.
Author: Neelam Dhingra
Phlebotomy uses large, hollow needles to remove blood specimens for lab testing or blood donation. Each step in the process carries risks - both for patients and health workers. Patients may be bruised. Health workers may receive needle-stick injuries. Both can become infected with bloodborne organisms such as hepatitis B, HIV, syphilis or malaria. Moreover, each step affects the quality of the specimen and the diagnosis. A contaminated specimen will produce a misdiagnosis. Clerical errors can prove fatal. The new WHO guidelines provide recommended steps for safe phlebotomy and reiterate accepted principles for drawing, collecting blood and transporting blood to laboratories/blood banks.
Author: Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment StationPublish On: 1897
The object of this circular is to aid poultrymen who wish to do this work
themselves , by offering step by step the procedure to follow in drawing blood
samples . Blood Drawing Procedure 1 . Tubes for drawing blood samples may be
Author: Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station
Art was my dearest friend. To draw was trouble and safety, adventure and freedom. In that four-cornered kingdom of paper, I lived as I pleased. This is the story of a girl and her sketchbook.
Author: Molly Crabapple
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Art was my dearest friend. To draw was trouble and safety, adventure and freedom. In that four-cornered kingdom of paper, I lived as I pleased. This is the story of a girl and her sketchbook. In language that is fresh, visceral, and deeply moving—and illustrations that are irreverent and gorgeous—here is a memoir that will change the way you think about art, sex, politics, and survival in our times. From a young age, Molly Crabapple had the eye of an artist and the spirit of a radical. After a restless childhood on New York's Long Island, she left America to see Europe and the Near East, a young artist plunging into unfamiliar cultures, notebook always in hand, drawing what she observed. Returning to New York City after 9/11 to study art, she posed nude for sketch artists and sketchy photographers, danced burlesque, and modeled for the world famous Suicide Girls. Frustrated with the academy and the conventional art world, she eventually landed a post as house artist at Simon Hammerstein's legendary nightclub The Box, the epicenter of decadent Manhattan nightlife before the financial crisis of 2008. There she had a ringside seat for the pitched battle between the bankers of Wall Street and the entertainers who walked among them—a scandalous, drug-fueled circus of mutual exploitation that she captured in her tart and knowing illustrations. Then, after the crash, a wave of protest movements—from student demonstrations in London to Occupy Wall Street in her own backyard—led Molly to turn her talents to a new form of witness journalism, reporting from places such as Guantanamo, Syria, Rikers Island, and the labor camps of Abu Dhabi. Using both words and artwork to shed light on the darker corners of American empire, she has swiftly become one of the most original and galvanizing voices on the cultural stage. Now, with the same blend of honesty, fierce insight, and indelible imagery that is her signature, Molly offers her own story: an unforgettable memoir of artistic exploration, political awakening, and personal transformation.
It is well to draw blood from bodies that have died in full strength and in blood
poisoning cases , such as puerperal fever , septicemia and pyemia ; but in
emaciated cases it should never be done except there are discolorations caused
Author: American Philosophical SocietyPublish On: 1888
The chief object in killing the animal is not to feast upon its flesh , but to “ draw blood ” for the saint , and it is believd that if ... Then getting into bed and covering
himself up as if sick , he persuaded the woman that the saint was drawing blood ...
Author: American Philosophical SocietyPublish On: 1889
The chief object in killing the animal is not to feast upon its flesh , but to " draw blood ” for the saint , and it is believd that if ... Then getting into bed and covering
himself up as if sick , he persuaded the woman that the saint was drawing blood ...
vessels of drawing blood to them to a certain extent , somewhat as the sap is
drawn up in the tree . The arteries are vessels that convey blood from the heart to
various parts of the body . They are so named from the former supposition that
Highlights from Gerald Scarfe's remarkable career as one of Britain's foremost artists and political cartoonists, whose work has been published all over the world.
Author: Gerald Scarfe
Publisher: Little Brown GBR
"In this exceptional book, the first collected volume of his work for twenty years, Scarfe blends a strong narrative with amusing and poignant anecdotes to present the drawings and other works that have established him as one of our foremost cultural commentators. From the whiplash satire of his political cartoons to his harrowing portraits of the Vietnam War, from his spectacular set designs to his contributions to numerous films, exhibitions and events, this stunning visual memoir gives us a unique and irreverent view of the personalities and events that have shaped modern times, as well as very personal retrospective on the career of one of our national treasures." --Cover.
COLLECTION OF BODY FLUIDS 515 PROCEDURES Postcardinal vein
Precardinal Celiac vein artery Dorsal aorta Poth tttt Figure 30.1 Diagram of a fish
showing the major blood vessels and locations for drawing blood . 1 , Caudal
Author: Gary Ostrander
This reference series provides researchers of all kinds with comprehensive practical information on different species of laboratory animals, for daily laboratory use. Each title in the series in devoted to a different species. and draws together all available data in one easily accessible source. Each has similar format, with sections on the strains available, their husbandry and special diets. This leads to sections on gross anatomy, endocrinology and reproduction, followed by more detailed sections on neuroanatomy, vasculature, cell biology and histology of particular organs and structures, and a section on molecular biology. High quality illustrations are included throughout, with copious color histology microphotographs. Key Features * Comprehensive reference source for anybody working with laboratory fish * 2-color, user-friendly format * Copious high quality illustrations included throughout * Color plate section * Glossary * Appendix of useful addresses
28 . . . . . . o From Jenken MoCormot as fine for drawing blood on Agnes Ine Killip
12d . From Edith Ine Cowle as fine for drawing blood on Margaret Ine Whaken 6d
. From the Wife of Lucas McTere as fine for drawing blood on Thomas Maderel ...
It was a part of the system of witchcraft that drawing blood from a witch rendered
her enchantments ineffectual , as ... speaking of a boy that was bewitched , he
says : “ The boy drew towards Jane Brooks , the woman who had bewitched him
A remedy is being systematically applied. There are extraordinary measures for extraordinary situations. These measures are harsh. They may require The Drawing of Blood.
Author: Herbert Creech
The body politic is shot through with pernicious worms. That which is valuable is being destroyed by an evil and malicious force. A remedy is being systematically applied. There are extraordinary measures for extraordinary situations. These measures are harsh. They may require The Drawing of Blood.
Leeches continue to draw blood until they are gorged , when they drop off . * The
quantity of blood which they draw varies with the part to which they are applied ,
and the degree of inflammation existing in it . From the loose and vascular ...
Drawing in slowly , as through pores . ... The act of causing to be drawn in by the
force of a vacuum . thrɔugh fissures . ... Blood - letting . The act of drawing blood
from , especially in surgery Give the entrée . See Nouns . Paracentesis .
The various precautions to be observed in collecting and preserving blood
specimens are included in the discussion below . A. Introductory Remarks 1. Drawing Blood for Analysis For most chemical analyses it is necessary to obtain
blood by ...