trickthekick:

accioabaddon:

castielsteenwolf:

im not sure whats happening but i like it alot

Reblogging for science

The one with the tattoos looks sad and I want to make him not sad

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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Natalie Dormer accepting the OMG Moment of the Year for the Purple Wedding at the mtvU Fandom Awards

dorkly:

too-much-green:

I’m a terrible person

The 30 Best Pieces of Pokemon Shaming Art
Ever since pet shaming became a thing, the internet has waited with bated breath for the day Pokemon shaming would also become a thing (well, okay, maybe just me). Well, folks - that day has arrived. Now we can finally publicly shame Pokemon for all the crap they put trainers through…
To see our favorite pieces of Pokemon shaming art, click here!

dorkly:

too-much-green:

I’m a terrible person

The 30 Best Pieces of Pokemon Shaming Art

Ever since pet shaming became a thing, the internet has waited with bated breath for the day Pokemon shaming would also become a thing (well, okay, maybe just me). Well, folks - that day has arrived. Now we can finally publicly shame Pokemon for all the crap they put trainers through…

To see our favorite pieces of Pokemon shaming art, click here!

currentsinbiology:

Ketamine can be a wonder drug for ER patients
For critically ill patients arriving at the emergency department, the drug ketamine can safely provide analgesia, sedation and amnesia for rapid, life-saving intubation, despite decades-old studies that suggested it raised intracranial pressure. The results of a systematic review of 10 recent studies of what many emergency physicians regard as a “wonder drug” are published online in Annals of Emergency Medicine.




"Apprehension for many years about ketamine’s effects on blood pressure or injured brains inhibited its use for intubation, especially in North America compared to Europe, but our review shows those concerns are likely overblown," said lead study author Corinne Hohl, MD, of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Vancouver General Hospital in Vancouver, Canada. "In view of recent concerns about the potential negative effects of an alternative induction agent, etomidate, ketamine should be considered routinely in patients with life-threatening infections and more regularly for patients who have been ‘found down,’ or unconscious, before being transported to the ER."

Lindsay Cohen, Valerie Athaide, Maeve E. Wickham, Mary M. Doyle-Waters, Nicholas G.W. Rose, Corinne M. Hohl. The Effect of Ketamine on Intracranial and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure and Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2014; DOI: 10.1016/j.annemergmed.2014.06.018

currentsinbiology:

Ketamine can be a wonder drug for ER patients

For critically ill patients arriving at the emergency department, the drug ketamine can safely provide analgesia, sedation and amnesia for rapid, life-saving intubation, despite decades-old studies that suggested it raised intracranial pressure. The results of a systematic review of 10 recent studies of what many emergency physicians regard as a “wonder drug” are published online in Annals of Emergency Medicine.

"Apprehension for many years about ketamine’s effects on blood pressure or injured brains inhibited its use for intubation, especially in North America compared to Europe, but our review shows those concerns are likely overblown," said lead study author Corinne Hohl, MD, of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Vancouver General Hospital in Vancouver, Canada. "In view of recent concerns about the potential negative effects of an alternative induction agent, etomidate, ketamine should be considered routinely in patients with life-threatening infections and more regularly for patients who have been ‘found down,’ or unconscious, before being transported to the ER."

Lindsay Cohen, Valerie Athaide, Maeve E. Wickham, Mary M. Doyle-Waters, Nicholas G.W. Rose, Corinne M. Hohl. The Effect of Ketamine on Intracranial and Cerebral Perfusion Pressure and Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review. Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2014; DOI: 10.1016/j.annemergmed.2014.06.018