Anatomy Lab LIVE offers a journey through the human body like never before, take part in the live dissection of VIVIT –the worlds only semi-synthetic human cadaver
Anatomy Lab LIVE is brain-child of Samuel Piri founder of Inspire to Aspire Events. Samuel is a trained anatomist, teacher and science speaker. Samuel pioneered the successful school based medical experience Operating Theatre Live which takes a real operating theatre and anatomy into schools and colleges all over the UK. Samuel developed Anatomy Lab LIVE as he believes by showing people the intricate workings of the human body people will learn the importance of keeping healthy. Samuel has spoken at events all over the UK with speakers including Piers Morgan and Robert Winston to name a few. Samuel hopes to educate and inform the public about the damage poor lifestyle choices can cause to the insides of the body while at the same time inspiring them to make better life choices leaving them healthier and fitter for longer.
Samuel goes on to say; “The human body is a complex machine, VIVIT and I will give you the chance to peel back the skin, to see how disease and poor health affect your internal organs. Join us this February for an unforgettable journey through the human body”.
The event opens at The Cuttle Bridge Hotel, Minworth in Birmingham on Saturday 18th February 2017 with a second performance on Sunday 19th February 2017. The event begins at 6.00pm finishing at 11.45pm. Tickets include a two course sit down meal before the procedure and tea/coffee afterwards. Tickets are priced at £60.00 per person or a group ticket that admits 4 is £200.00. All ticket holders must be +16.
You can book directly through their website.
Lucozade is no longer as effective at treating hypoglycemia
Due to changes in its recipe and a significant reduction in glucose, Lucozade will not be as effective as a treatment for hypoglycemic patients.
Recipe changes to Lucozade Original Energy product line mean it will no longer be as effective at treating hypoglycemic patients – this is due to a 50% reduction in glucose based carbohydrates. Healthcare Professionals should seek guidance from their local specialist team on alternative treatment protocols.
This change applies to all Lucozade Energy Flavours. New products started appearing on shelves in April 2017. However, for a short time, both the new and old recipe will be available.
Previously, 100ml of Lucozade Original contained 17g of carbohydrate; this was reduced to 8.9g in April 2017.
According to Diabietes.co.uk, patients who experience a hypoglycemic episode are advised to consume 15-20g of sugar when treating low blood sugar, but this will no longer be equivalent to 100ml of Lucozade.
Lucozade Ribena Suntory, which also makes Ribena and Orangina, among other drinks, is lowering its sugar content by replacing these sugars with low-calorie sweeteners, such as aspartame.
You can also visit www.lrsuntory.com/health for more information on Lucozade’s changing nutritional values or speak to your local diabetes specialist team.
Shift Planner for Nurses, Students & Support Staff
Shift planning is essential for safe care, some people using a piece of paper others have their thoughts well arranged in their head, either way everybody does it.
This shift planner has been designed with newly qualified nurses and student nurses in mind but would be suitable for anybody to use.
You can download our Shift Planner for FREE. You are free to download, print and distribute our shift planner as you wish. You will need a PDF reader on your PC to download.
The planner has been created with two primary columns, one for your main nursing priorities and one to remind you to hand over jobs to the next shift. It also features a small key and area for general notes. Due to limited space we have only included enough room to plan up to eight patients, if you need more we encourage you print doublesided.
We encourage you to make comments or suggestions in the comments section below. The most popular will be implemented in a version 2.
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