In the meeting room of the Calvo Mackenna Hospital held a coordination meeting between the Technology Center Hospital (CTH CHILE) and the Directors of the Metropolitan Health Services associated with this project. On the occasion attended by the directors of the East Metropolitan Health Services, Dr. Hector Olguin, North Metropolitan Health Service, Dr. Mauricio Osorio Central Metropolitan, Dr. Jorge Lastra, Metropolitan South East, Dr. Pedro Ya ez, and South Metropolitan Dr.Angelica Verdugo. Cristian Diaz, executive director of CTH CHILE, explained to the directors on the progress of the project and raised the requirements for making progress in developing services that provide the center.
Peru For other uses, see Peru (disambiguation). Peru (Quechua: Piruw, Aymara: Piruw), officially the Republic of Peru is a country located on the western side of South America, whose territory borders the Pacific Ocean to the west and bounded on the north with Ecuador, northeastern Colombia, on the east by Brazil, on the southeast by Bolivia and southern Chile. It has a complex geography is dominated by the elevations of the Andes and the Pacific currents, which makes him climates and landscapes as widely varied as the desert coast, the highlands of the high Andes and the rainforest of the Amazon basin, all environments that shape the country as a land of great variety of natural resources. The heterogeneity of geographic and climatic rigors of the country led to the first settlers early Peruvians to the twelfth millennium BC C.to adapt by developing one of the widest range of cultural traditions, as the oldest civilization of Caral that five thousand years ago, around the production cycles of each region, many of which resulted in a regional theocratic states. In early second century C., states began to be played, by periods, control of the peoples of the Andes. By the sixteenth century, the later and vast domain of these States, the Inca Empire was annexed by the Spanish conquerors with the support of dissident ethnic groups to Inca. The Spanish crown and established a viceroyalty that included most of its South American colonies. In 1821 the country became independent, basing a state that was immersed in periods of internal and external conflicts alternating periods of economic prosperity.The Peruvian population, estimated at more than 28 million people (2008), is multiethnic and mestizo important indigenous substrate which had become European ancestry, African and Asian, its mixture of cultural traditions has resulted in a wide diversity of expressions in fields such as art, literature, music and cuisine. The main and most widely spoken language is Spanish, although a significant number of Peruvians speak different native languages Quechua languages, with the largest number of speakers. It is a developing country with a high Human Development Index but even with economic inequality that has been improving their revenue and decrease their level of poverty significantly in recent years. Their main economic activities include agriculture, fisheries, mining and manufacturing of products like textiles.Politically, the country has organized a representative democratic republic with a multiparty political system structured on the principles of separation of powers and decentralization. It dividide in 25 regional constituencies (24 departments and the Constitutional Province of Callao).
After having traveled a fraction of the origins of bodybuilding in Argentina, I would now turn to Bernarr Macfadden, known (at least in the United States of America) as the “Father of Bodybuilding”. It was a rather eccentric personality and revolutionary. Among other things, is awarded for having organized the first bodybuilding contest in America. Of course, this contest had nothing to do with those we know today. First, know some biographical data. This is my adaptation of Castilian Macfadden’s biography is at Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernarr Macfadden).If there is a gross error, please Notify me. Bernarr Macfadden (August 16, 1868 to October 12, 1955) was an influential exponent of physical culture, a combination of bodybuilding with nutritional and health theories. Additionally he founded the magazine publishing company Macfadden Publications. Born Bernard Adolphus McFadden as in Mill Spring, Missouri, Bernarr Macfadden changed your name to give an appearance of greater strength. Macfadden founded Physical Culture magazine in 1899 and was its editor until the August of 1912. He developed a publishing empire, including the publications True Detective, True Story, True Romances, Dream World, Photoplay, and The New York Graphic. It was a celebrity who is linked with Shirley Temple, Clark Gable, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Will Rogers and Rudolph Valentino. At the peak of his career, he owned several hotels and a large building in New York. He tried to start a “Physical Culture City” in Monroe Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey, which did not last and within a few years became a neighborhood holiday and then a suburban real estate venture. Macfadden contributed to many articles and books including Superb Virility of Manhood “Superb Virility of Manhood (1904), MacFadden’s Encyclopedia of Physical Culture, Physical Culture Encyclopedia MacFadden (1911-1912), Fasting for Health, Fasting for Health (1923) , and The Milk Diet-Diet Way (1923). Macfadden made an unsuccessful attempt to found a religion, “cosmotarianismo” based on physical culture.He claimed his doctine would capable of reaching 150 years old. Nicknamed “Macfadden physical love” by Time magazine that he detested nickname was a radiant personality that inspired millions of people around the world to live with health and vigor. It was branded as “crazy” and charlatan by many, arrested on obscenity charges, and condemned by the medical establishment. During his life he campaigned tirelessly against “metep ldoras, processed foods, and prudery. Among the magazines MacFadden was told SPORT magazine, an extraordinary pre-sports magazine Sports Illustrated. Macfadden was married four times and had eight children, the names of seven of them with the initial letter ‘B’. He died of a urinary tract infection in 1955 after refusing medical treatment. Macfadden also established many “salutatorian” in the states of eastern and midwestern United States. These institutions offered educational programs such as the School of Physical Culture Training. Although he won a reputation for physical culture and fitness, he also gained much notoriety for his views on sexual behavior.
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This is the last entry in the current classification of waste. Bon Appetit! 5. Class V: Characterized as hazardous wastes by chemical contamination. 6. Class VI or Cytotoxic Waste: Waste consisting of cytotoxic drugs remains and any material that has been in contact with them, which have risks that are carcinogenic, mutagenic or teratogenic, both inside and outside of health facilities. 7. Class VII or Radioactive Waste: Contaminated by radioactive waste whose elimination is the preserve of the “National Radioactive Waste Company, Incorporated” (ENRESA). All information was taken from: Training courses CSIT: DUE Opposition to item 22. Rebecca:)
Origin and historical development In the early 1920s appeared in the United States, catalog sales, driven by larger enterprises. This selling system, revolutionary for its time, is a catalog of photos illustrating the products to sell. This is used to better reach people, because there is no need of having to attract customers to the premises of sale. This allowed the stores to reach customers in rural areas have, that by the time this method was developed there was a large mass of people affected to the field. Moreover, another important point to note is that prospective buyers can choose the products in the comfort of their homes without the assistance or pressure, as the case of a seller. The catalog sales took further momentum with the advent of cr cards in addition to determining a relationship of greater anonymity between you and the seller.In the early 1970s, saw the first commercial relations using a computer to transmit data such as purchase orders and invoices. This kind of exchange of information, although not standardized, brought with it improvements in manufacturing processes in the private sphere, between firms within the same sector. In mid 1980, with the help of television, a new form of mail-order, also called direct sales. Thus, the products are shown with more realism, and the dynamics that can be displayed by highlighting its features. Direct selling is concrete and usually by phone with cr card payments. In 1995 members of the G7/G8 countries initiative created a global marketplace for SMEs, in order to accelerate the use of electronic commerce between companies around the world during which he created the Spanish language portal pioneer in Global Electronic Commerce.In the late 1990s, trade through the Internet has grown significantly. Emerged in Spain in 2008 the first print publication dedicated exclusively to electronic commerce and online businesses, the magazine Ecommretail (www.ecommretail.com) appears in its first issue with an extensive interview to the club Privalia sales in its second issue deals Atrapalo.com portal homepage.
Juan Jos Montes de Oca was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 6, 1806, son of Eusebio and Montes de Oca del Aguila and Juana Ventura Rodriguez Cabral. In 1822 he joined the inaugural course at the newly opened College, where she quickly showed great aptitude for the study of anatomy and practice surgery. During his student days was a member along with a group of fifteen classmates Elemental Medical Society, founded in 1824 and chaired by Diego Alcorta. In February 1826, during the war with Brazil, was appointed director of the School anatomical and months later, with only twenty, was temporarily in charge of the Chair of Anatomy, under the supervision of Professor of Surgical Pathology, by the resignation of Francisco Cosme Argerich holder. The following year he received his doctorate as the best student in his class with a thesis on Cholera morbus. In 1828 he was appointed to the chair of the anatomy and physiology.He taught in a practical way over corpses and the expertise that was demonstrated in the dissection reputation as a surgeon. On 12 March of that year he married Josefa Rodriguez Raymunda Palavecino (1863-1869), daughter of Spanish Manuel Rodriguez and the Buenos Aires Mamerto Ana Lorenza Palavecino and Gregoria Aguilar. While Montes de Oca had no political activity, their friendships and sympathizers were active in the Unitarian party, so to gain power after Juan Manuel de Rosas in 1835 was separated from his academic positions and as General Hospital Medical Men. He was jailed in February 1839 but shortly thereafter was allowed to emigrate. While embarked for France, calling at Montevideo preferred to remain there, one of the main havens of Argentine exiles for political reasons. In that city he served as Professor of Medicine and Surgery and a surgeon at hospitals in blood during the siege of Montevideo.Impoverished, he was forced to emigrate to the island of Santa Catarina, Brazil, where he practiced until moving to Rio de Janeiro. In Rio quickly acquired reputation as a surgeon and served effectively in the fight against yellow fever epidemic that swept the city since 1849. Fearing the spread to Rio de La Plata wrote a paper on the prevention and hygiene measures necessary to prevent the epidemic, which was authorized for publication in the city of Buenos Aires. Montes de Oca returned to his hometown after the fall of Rosas. It became the main organizer of the medical school, basis for future medical school. In Buenos Aires cultivated the friendship of General Bartolom Miter. On June 2, 1853 Miter received a gunshot wound to the forehead, although it was muffled, causing fracture of the frontal and forced surgery to remove bone fragments.Montes de Oca, near the Dr.Ireneo Portela, Pedro Ortiz Velez (nephew of Dalmacio V lez S rsfield Almeyda and Hilario saved his life. In 1858 he launched the first alarm of the arrival in Buenos Aires in the first invasion of fever yellow, to verify a patient’s symptoms had already observed in Rio de Janeiro. Disseminated in Argentina the use of general anesthesia chloroform, which had employed in Brazil. In 1862 became President of the Faculty of Medicine, being re-elected five consecutive times until his retirement from teaching in 1873. In this position created the Museum of Pathology and the Faculty Library, which after his death were named. During the War of the Triple Alliance with the army went to Paraguay. The epidemic 1867 global cholera struck the army and arrived in Buenos Aires in April of that year. The Public Health Commission was directed by Dr.Leopoldo Montes de Oca, son of Juan Jos Montes de Oca, then Director of the Military Hospital and Retirement Medical School, who created in a leper Miserere pens of 40 beds would take the name of San Roque. For fourteen years he exercised legislative functions in the Chamber of Deputies and Senate of the Province of Buenos Aires, an institution that came to preside. Juan Jos Montes de Oca victim died of aggravation of a chronic heart condition and Bronchopulmonary in Buenos Aires on 22 February 1876, shortly before his 70th birthday. He was shrouded as they wish, with the robe he wore in the hospital. Nicol s Avellaneda, President, accompanied the funeral.He had numerous children: Anastasia, Domingo and Trinidad, who died infants, and Juan Jos (1830-1903), doctors Manuel Augusto (1832-1882) and Leopold (1833-1906), Irene Eugenia (1836, married Varela Dr.Mariano with Cane), Jos Octavio (1837), Alejandro (1837), Romulo (1842-1882), Julio Guillermo (1844), Luisa Montes de Oca Rodr guez Etelvina Palavecino (1854).
01 Pilot The roommate Alison escapes in the middle of the night and leaves her with the rent. Goofy Billy Campbell asked about the vacancy, but she gives him the slip. When faced with eviction, she finally accepts the offer. Alison accidentally dents the car door of the vice president of the agency where she works, D D. Jake wants to start a relationship with Kelly Taylor, a teenager with whom he had helped in the reform. Everyone is constantly facing different obstacles and circumstances arising from their age difference. Rhonda is persuaded by one of her aerobics students, but understands that his interest lead to anything but romantic. 02 Friends and Lovers Billy meets a girl in his cab. Alison is found to their surprise and Michael and Jane suspect of his jealousy. Jake is arrested after a fight at the unemployment office, and can not but feel grateful when Kelly helps out the situation. Jane and Michael remember their first date. Lost and found 03 Jake Kelly feared harm if they continue their relationship.He establishes a false quote from his friend and Kelly so you can throw it in his face and break their relationship. Jane loses her wedding ring on the bachelorette Rhonda. Billy wrote a screenplay based on his experiences with the talkative girl, but Alison is not impressed. 04 For love and money Alison is enraged when someone steals an idea. Jake after failing in his new job at a coffee shop, helps his ex-girlfriend Peri in the fraudulent sale of a painting. He retires after treatment with drugs Peri surprise, ends up working as a mechanic. Matt, Rhonda asked that happens, after it fulfills its promise to help you organize a dinner. Leap of faith 05 Jane learns she is pregnant, but do not tell Michael because he did not seem excited at the prospect of having children. She tries to abort a secret, but eventually changed his mind. Michael is furious to learn, until the joy of having a child go to reconcile them.Billy gives it a newspaper column in the neighborhood, but believes that having such a boring life as you, will not be able to carry out the project and convinces Jake to go bungee jumping with him. 06 seconds opportunities Jake asks Alison to help prepare their exams and asks to keep it secret. He begins to have rumors in the building when Alison discovers someone sneaking out of Jake’s apartment after a night of study. Jake and Alison are kiss but decide to remain just friends, but this will not prevent the jealousy of Billy and Sandy. Rhonda meets an old friend from his days as a dancer, who speaks of a vacancy in the company he works for. 07 My way Billy invites Alison to accompany him to his parents’ house and posing as his girlfriend. Billy tries to convince his parents that he is a successful writer, but eventually bundled him to carry the furniture store from his father.Sandy is involved in a horror movie but was quickly down the fumes when the director tries to introduce a nude in one scene. Lonely Hearts 08 Sandy is plagued by a blind date which left standing. Jake is behind bars after beat up a guy. Alison wants to change car, but is more of a problem to carry it out. 09 The responsibility is yours Billy befriends an actor who has a young son and financial difficulties, Alison without knowing how, she finds herself in the middle. Billy loses the confidence of the child when she tries to confront his father. Jake and Sandy try to rebuild their relationship, but Sandy is furious when their first dates are far from well. 10 Burned Jake receives an unexpected visit from his mother during the celebration of his surprise birthday party. The instability and alcoholism of his mother create even more tension, if possible, in their already tense relationship. Sandy says he has to be more sympathetic but Jake just throwing his mother.Billy is the victim of a robbery after leaving a passenger in South Central and begins to show signs of certain racial prejudice. 11 A broken promise for a routine reconnaissance report that Jane has lost her baby. Michael has difficulty expressing his feelings about loss and guilt to Jane, but later apologized for not being more aware of her pregnancy. Meanwhile Alison enfuerece to surprise Billy being silly with one of her bras while doing the laundry. 12 Cases contaminated After a chance meeting in the street, Alison is involved emotionally with an environmentalist. He learns that he is married but he promises to leave his wife. Billy is in debt to a loan he requested to pay for college but never use.
Hospital Universitario Central de Asturias Central University Hospital of Asturias is a public hospital in general, being the reference SESPA Hospital. It also is the national reference unit for occupational respiratory diseases through its affiliated center National Institute of Silicosis. Founded in 1989, from the fusion of different hospitals in Oviedo, under the name of the Central Hospital of Asturias, taking its present name from the 1990 agreement with the University of Oviedo. Currently located at the west end of Oviedo. It consists of 17 buildings offering 1263 beds and 25 operating rooms among other facilities.
Triumph of the talkies in February 1927, an agreement was signed by five major Hollywood producers-called Big Two, Paramount and MGM, as well as First National (once in the ranking of indutria along with Fox, but now decline), the medium-sized Universal, and the small but prestigious Producers Distributing Corporation (PDC) of Cecil B. DeMille-to collectively select a vendor only for sound conversion. The group of five then got comfortable and waited to see what kind of results proposed precursors. In May, Warner Bros. sold back its exclusive rights to ERPI (along with the sub-Fox-Case) and signed a new contract similar to Fox’s royalty for the use of technology from Western Electric.As Fox and Warners moved with sound films in different directions, both technologically and commercially-Fox with newsreels and later music dramas, the Warner-talkies so did ERPI, who sought gain strong market with five major allies. All movies sound great sensations of the year took advantage of existing celebrities. On 20 May 1927, in New York’s Roxy Theater, Fox Movietone made a sound film of the takeoff of the famous flight of Charles Lindbergh to Paris, recorded earlier that day. In June, a Fox sound newsreel is shown presenting his welcome back to New York and Washington, DC.These were the two most acclaimed sound films to date. Also in May, Fox released the first Hollywood film with synchronized dialogue fiction: the short’re Coming to Get Me, starring the Cimic Chic Sale. 23 After a few successful reissue of silent films as The Seventh Heaven, with recorded music, Fox got its first original film Movietone September 23: Dawn, by acclaimed German director FW Murnau. As with Don Juan, the soundtrack of the film was composed of music and sound effects (including in a couple of scenes full of people, conversations, not specific). Then, on 6 October 1927, was released The Jazz Singer, Warner Bros..It was a hit at the box office for the study of medium size, earning a total of 2.625 million in the United States and abroad, nearly a million dollars more than the previous record for a Warners film. Produced with the Vitaphone system, most of the movie contains no audio was recorded live, depending, as Dawn and Don Juan, his music and sound effects. When the star of the film, Al Jolson, singing, however, the film switches to sound recorded on set, including both musical performances and two scenes-one impromptu speech Jolson’s character, Jakie Rabinowitz (Jack Robin), addressing the audience in a nightclub, the other an exchange of views between him and his mother.Although the success of The Jazz Singer was due largely to Jolson, already established as one of the largest U.S. music stars and their limited use of synchronized sound hardly qualified as an innovative sound film (but as the ” first “), the considerable benefits were sufficient proof that the industry was worth investing in technology. The development of commercial sound cinema had progressed in fits and starts before The Jazz Singer, and the success of the film did not change things from night to morning. It was not until May 1928 that the four main reluctant (PDC had left the alliance), along with United Artists and others signed with ERPI for the conversion of production facilities and theaters for sound film.Initially, all theaters wired ERPI Vitaphone were made compatible with the majority were equipped to project Movietone reels as well. Even with access to both technologies, however, most Hollywood companies remained slow to produce talkies own. No study besides Warner Bros. premiered a film or sound parts until the little Film Booking Offices of America (FBO) Perfect Crime opened on 17 June 1928, eight months after The Jazz Singer. FBO had fallen under the effective control of a competitor of Western Electric, General Electric’s RCA division, which was seeking to market its new sound-on-film, Photophone. Unlike the Fox-Case Movietone and De Forest Phonofilm, which were variable-density systems, Photophone was a system of variable-area refinement in the way the audio signal was recorded on film that finally became the rule.(In both systems, a specially designed lamp, exposing the celluloid which is determined by the audio input is used to record sound photographically as a series of tiny lines.