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What are the basic units of life?

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  • Answer: Millimeter is the basic unit for length though it is not used in general and centimeter is being considered as a basic unit for length as it is widely popular for measurement. Millimeter is known as ml and centimeter is known as cm.

    10 ml = 1 cm
  • Answer: The basic equipment that is needed for basic trauma life supportincludes a portable oxygen apparatus, a bag-valve mask, salinedrops and cervical collars. Other items of importance are athermometer, stethoscope and intravenous catheters.
  • Answer: Each semester unit is 1.5 quarter units. This generally holds true across US schools.
  • Answer: Term insurance without any optional rider is considered to be the most basic type of life insurance. You purchase protection for a certain amount of time, after which the policy terminates. You have a fixed premium that does not change until the end of your term policy. You then have the option to terminate, or convert the term to a permanent form of life insurance.

    Term Assurance Policy is the basic life insurance policy.This is the cheapest pure life risk plan. On maturity, no amount will be paid to the policy holder. On any eventuality of the policy holder during policy term, sum assured amount will be paid to the nominee.
  • Answer: Astrobiology and earthellism fills the void when it comes to a basic philosophy of life. No current philosophy explains in a logical way all the events experienced by Mankind. In fact, there is a total disconnect between what we see and experience and how we logically explain it. Currently no philosophy (or religion) can logically explain all the events of WWII. Astrobiology and earthellism answers every event in WWII in a way that is logical and helpful to prevent another World War. Astrobiology and the landmark discovery of 2001 of the final fate of our planet when our sun becomes a red giant helps make sense of life and also makes the scriptures more logical. We currently let politicians be our philosophers and this has led to our downfall because politicians care more about themselves than others.
  • Answer: BLS would be certification such as an EMT- Basic or a First Responder. Basically they are limited on what interventions they can perform. Advanced life support would be like an EMT-Intermediate or a paramedic
  • Answer: CPR = Cardiopumonary resuscitation is a lifesaving technique useful in many emergencies including heart attack or near drowning which the person breathing and heart rate has stop. CPR involves completed mouth to mouth resue breathe & chest compression that keeps oxygenated blood flowing to the brain & others vital organs until the more difinative medical treament can restore a normal heart rhymht
  • Answer: Straight whole life is a whole life policy that provides a constant level of protection and level premiums throughout the life of the policy which is until death of the policyholder or age 100 as long as the premiums are paid. Limited pay whole life is a whole life policy in which premiums are paid for a set number of years at which the policy is considered paid in full. i.e. a 20-pay policy in which premiums are paid for 20 years and coverage is good for life. The shorter the period for premiums the higher they will tend to be. Single premium whole life is a whole life policy in which one substantial single premium is paid at the beginning and from that point on the policy is considered paid in full. This premium gives it an immediate cash value. Answer Straight whole life Limited pay whole life Single premium whole life
  • Answer: There is no basic payout. The death benefit is whatever the insured chose to insure himself for.
  • Answer: heart rate of 60 beats per minute
  • Answer: The current guidelines state 30:2, that is 30 compressions to two rescue breaths. This is due to new research being released that shows the first 7-10 compressions are used to overcome the arterial compliance that causes the vessels to close without blood flow and to reopen them, hence the raise from 15:2 to 30:2.

    -- Note, whilst ratio according to AHA/RCUK 2005 guidelines is 30:2, that is the radio of compressions to ventilations. The compressions should be delivered at a rate of 100/minute