While obviously fatal wound the unfortunate helped to die. French officer PON de Combe in the battle of Borodino saw the Polish officer: Exploding grenade cut his spine and his side, this terrible wound, it seemed, was caused by the sharp scythe . The pole begged me to finish it. De Combe was unable to fulfill the request of the wounded man, but gave him a gun. I have noticed, with what wild joy he seized the gun, and I was still at a distance of croup of the horse, he shot himself in the forehead.
Abraham Norov, the chronicler of the war of 1812, and during her seventeen-year artillery cadet, recalled another episode of the battle of Borodino: Fell at my feet one of the Rangers. With horror I saw that he had ripped off all over the face and frontal bone, and he clutched his convulsing brain. Shall I pin? told me standing near me Bombardier . Norov ordered to drag the soldier into the bushes order to finish off apparently young didn’t have the guts. (After a while most Norov-a severed foot.
In addition to wounds, and contusions. Baron de Marbo describes how at the battle of Eylau – tore the rear corner of his hat (dressed up like every aide in the nose forward): the Blow was the more terrible,that my hat was kept on a sturdy leather chinstrap. I was absolutely stunned. Continue reading
Pharmacy information systems manage medical information, svyazannoy medication and use of drugs for the treatment of patients. Due to the nature of the tasks and requirements to pharmaceutical information, pharmacy was one of the first among the health services who find themselves in significant gains from the development of medical Informatics and applications of computers in health care. Today computerized information systems are part of the fabric of pharmacy, in hospitals, and in a city network. In this Chapter, we review the basics of pharmacy, will discuss how the principles of medical Informatics impact on the functions of pharmacies and consider the possible development of a computerized pharmacy information systems in the future.
For many years the pharmaceutical industry was considered as profession-oriented products associated with collecting, extraction and preparation of medicinal ingredients in order to create the final dosage form suitable for administration to the patient. A gradual transfer of function of preparation of drugs for pharmaceutical companies has changed the role of the pharmacist; modern pharmaceutical practice includes the functions are oriented towards the patient and on the dispensing of medicines, and can be characterized as the management of the use of drugs. Management of a drug defined as “a conglomerate of knowledge, assessments, judgments, procedures, skills, controls and ethics to ensure optimal safety and efficacy the prescription and use of drugs” . Continue reading