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extension of the same to animals is equally essential. Animals have souls like human beings; it proves their existence is of the essence. Humans who keep animals as pets have an understanding of how animals behave. Pets like dogs and cats are happy to see their owners when they get home; they play and show emotions of love and care (Cochrane 175). Animals whimper when faced with fear and cry when in pain. Animals could not have been given life just to suffer but to live as humans do. Treating animals with respect, love and care is right, as not all of them are vicious and cruel. Human beings are also not the same in character as some will show love while others will be full of hatred and cruelty...

extension of the NLRA, which allowed non-profit hospitals to choose their representatives and form labor organizations to help them bargain collectively. CITATION Nat16 l 1033 (National Labor Relations Act (1935), 2016). NFP hospitals and nursing homes, all of which were previously excluded from the right to organize law, were allowed to do so. The Taft-Hartley Act of 1947 permitted the president, in the event of a strike that presents a danger to national safety and health, to appoint a board of directors to inquire about and handle the situation. It consisted five members, and 33 regional directors that were obligated prevent unfair practices and the refusal to bargain collectively by employers...

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extension, ulnar and radial deflation (Clarkson, 2000). These activities act as a guide in understanding an injury better (extent of the injury, its effects, etc.) and the specific tasks to be issued to a patient, such as weight-bearing, and deliver a certain and well-articulated report of the respective injury. For example, the observation of thenar eminence in the performance of proximal reflexes by the patient helps in understanding the extent of injury resulting to the performance of repetitive tasks. The respective arches (proximal and distal transverse arches, and longitudinal arch) of the hand are responsible for the flexion and extension of the palm. As a therapist, one should observe how a...

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Extension of neck and trunk, rotation of head, maintaining body posture Dorsal Rami of cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spinal nerves Pectoralis Major Clavicle head-medial half, Sternal head- outer sternum, upper six coastal cartilages. Lateral lip of the bicipital groove of the humerus and deltoid tuberosity Shoulder flexion, internal rotation and adduction of the humerus, draw scapula anteriorly and inferiorly. Medial and lateral pectoral nerve Serratus Anterior Lateral superior eight ribs, anterior intercostal membrane, lower four slips adjacent to the abdominal oblique Costal aspect of the medial border of the scapula Upward rotation and protraction of the scapula. Long thoracic nerve (C5, 6,...

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extension, especially in women, if it is noted in both arms? Active elbow extension is normally 0o, in some cases, a hyperextension of up to 10o may be exhibited. This mostly occurs in women. This type of hyperextension is assumed to be normal when it is equal on both arms and no trauma has been experienced in the past (Cooper 395). Starting on pg. 405 Specialty Tests – Define each, list the expected positive sign/symptom for each test, and explain why they work based on the anatomy. Ligamentous:Valgus instability test The patient stands with an abducted arm and a fully flexed elbow. As he/she maintains a valgus stress, the doctor quickly extends the elbow. Reproduction of the pain within...

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extension and pronation. This enables ligaments to adjust and assume their rightful length and full control. 3. Explain why he has those two specific contraindicated movements in relation to the anatomy of the elbow and his injury. When the radial head is dislocated from the ulna, the medial collateral ligaments lose the support of the ulna and the radius. Reduced flexion results from shortness of the medial collateral ligament. When the patient tries to increase flexion, the ligaments pulls the adjacent tissue attaching it to the humerus and radius. Annular ligaments attached to the radius head fails to control lateral movement of the lower hand. When the radial heals jerks out of olecranon,...

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extension is a reliable indicator that there exists a strong helping culture among the Black Family. I think helping is part of the Blacks especially considering how most people living in the cities show little concern for others. As the authors explain, the cities are seen as destroyers of traditions since people come from different regions, communities, races among others. However, the Blacks exhibited a mixed reaction towards each other even after relocating to the city. Consequently, this shows existence a strong helping tradition within the families and communities. The chapter presents Black communities as believing they are one big family. The chapter also looks at the decline of the helping...

extension of the security contingency plan. References HIPAA Administrative Requirements. (2016). Hipaasurvivalguide.com. Retrieved 5 October 2016, from http://www.hipaasurvivalguide.com/hipaa-regulations/164-530.phpHIPAA Security Standards. (2016). Hipaasurvivalguide.com. Retrieved 5 October 2016, from http://www.hipaasurvivalguide.com/hipaa-regulations/164-306.phpQuinonez, N. (2016). The Importance of Information Technology and Its Disadvantages. Udemy Blog. Retrieved 5 October 2016, from...

extension with the use of hand up to that moment when it becomes tight. The jack extension is available at the top of the hydraulic ram The fifth step involves turning the depth gauge on and then raising the linkage rod up that time when the gauge becomes almost bottom out Finally, ensure that the pressure gauge reads zero value through turning the red needle in an anticlockwise to zero. Results: The Stress – Strain Graph using the English system of measure. The Modulus of Elasticity It is given by; =Stress/ Strain = α/ έ Also, modulus of elasticity=area under the stress strain graph that obeys hooks law =1/2*0.2*8000*10-3 =0.8Nmm-3 The Yield Point...