[time-nuts] Determining Time-Nut infection severity
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Tue Oct 26 23:44:10 UTC 2010
> There is one case in which a Swedish medical student was out skiing in
> Norway and went through the ice and was being held there by the strong
> water. It took them 45 min just to get her out of the water. Her heart had
> stopped. Her respiration had stopped. She have had no pulse or breath for
> over an hour when they finally started working on her at the hospital. She
> survived and is almost completely restored. ...
This is OT for time-nuts, but it's a really good read.
If something so simple can transform intensive care, what else can it do?
December 10, 2007
It begins with what it takes to save a drowning victim, in this case, a 3
year old girl.
He's also written a book:
The Checklist Manifesto
To bring things back to time-nuts, if you were setting up gear or running a
test, would a checklist help you avoid silly errors?
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