Electrical activity of the Heart

Electrical activity of the Heart

What’s everyone up to this lovely Saturday??

I have a super hot date with Ecology this weekend lol
Wish me luck!

What a Friday night 😂

What a Friday night 😂

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After studying for days for a test in one of my STEM classes…

After studying for days for a test in one of my non-STEM classes…

Anonymous asked:
"do you have any good felt tip pen recommendations? I'm trying to break away from ball point pens for writing my notes but all the felt tip ones i have bleed through the paper, i use one of those 5 star 3 subject notebooks and so far i've used stabilo and those sharpie fine tip pens but nothing seems to work!"

I use the Staedtler Fineliner Pens and I haven’t had any issues with bleeding. Depending on the paper thickness you might be able to see the writing on the other side, but I’ve personally never had that problem. Good luck!!

scienceyoucanlove:

A visual guide to understand different types of strokeIschemic Stroke: The most common type of stroke is known as an ischemic stroke. Nearly nine out of 10 strokes fall into this category. The culprit is a blood clot that obstructs a blood vessel inside the brain. The clot may develop on the spot or travel through the blood from elsewhere in the body.Hemorrhagic Stroke: Hemorrhagic strokes are less common but far more likely to be fatal. They occur when a weakened blood vessel in the brain bursts. The result is bleeding inside the brain that can be difficult to stop.Source and more information: http://bit.ly/1wczCSm
through Daily Anatomy

scienceyoucanlove:

A visual guide to understand different types of stroke

Ischemic Stroke: The most common type of stroke is known as an ischemic stroke. Nearly nine out of 10 strokes fall into this category. The culprit is a blood clot that obstructs a blood vessel inside the brain. The clot may develop on the spot or travel through the blood from elsewhere in the body.

Hemorrhagic Stroke: Hemorrhagic strokes are less common but far more likely to be fatal. They occur when a weakened blood vessel in the brain bursts. The result is bleeding inside the brain that can be difficult to stop.

Source and more information: http://bit.ly/1wczCSm

through Daily Anatomy

Poor misunderstood plaque.

nursingistheshit: