Everyone responds to general anesthetics differently, which can make administering the correct dose tricky. A new device is designed to help, by continuously monitoring anesthetic levels in patients’ bloodstreams during surgical procedures.
Ordinarily, anesthesiologists base initial dosages on factors such as age, weight and gender.
One thing that they don’t know ahead of time, however, is how much of the drug will end up actually circulating within an individual patient’s bloodstream. For this reason, they may end up administering supplemental doses of the anesthetic during the operation, in order to keep the patient asleep and unaware. For safety reasons, though, they should still be using as little of the drug as possible.
On Monday, Samsung held a virtual event for Mobile World Congress where it showed off an all-new smartwatch interface: One UI Watch. Built in partnership with Google, it creates a more unified experience between the company’s Galaxy smartwatches and Android phones.
One UI Watch comes only a short while after Google announced it was joining forces with Samsung and merging the two companies’ smartwatch operating systems — Wear OS and Tizen, respectively. While we have yet to see what the new operating system looks like, this new interface gives us somewhat of an idea.
There’s never been a better time for companies to raise funding from hot markets or make moves to scoop up their competitors.
That’s been a huge boon to investment bankers, who are gearing up for another summer of juggling dealmaking with vacations.
What’s happening: The US market for initial public offerings has been on fire this year, setting post-2000 records in the first and second quarters, according to Renaissance Capital. In the April to June period alone, there were 113 IPOs raising nearly $40 billion.
“It was the busiest quarter for IPOs in over two decades, a record that was just broken last quarter, as well as the biggest second quarter by proceeds ever,” the group wrote in a report published Friday.
Earth is constantly moving. As it zooms around the sun, Earth also spins on its axis, like a basketball on the tip of a player’s finger.
So, how fast is Earth moving? In other words, how fast is it rotating on its axis and how fast is it orbiting the sun? To go even further, how fast is the solar system orbiting the Milky Way galaxy?
Magazine ads featuring sex are on the rise, with the exception of two not-too-sexy industries.
- Advertisers use sexual imagery to attract sales of products as diverse as perfume and cheeseburgers.
- While using sexy ads might seem like a risky choice, studies show that it works.
- Sex sells because it immediately grabs attention.
- This article is for business owners and marketers considering various approaches to advertising that might catch the attention of their target audience.
Sex still sells: A study from the University of Georgia (UGA) looked at sexual ads that have appeared in magazines over the last 30 years and found that the numbers are going up.
Omega-3 fatty acids have so many benefits, such as a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, type 1 diabetes, certain types of cancer, glaucoma, and stroke. This nutrient is essential for the body’s function, but our bodies are unable to produce them on their own. Therefore, it’s important that we get enough Omega-3 fatty acids from outside sources.
If you’re looking for a way to get your Omega-3 fatty acids in, there are so many ways to do so. If introducing Omega-3s into your diet by eating two to three servings of fish per week doesn’t seem feasible, supplements such as cod liver oil and fish oil are here to help.
Many people use these supplements to boost their health and prevent chronic diseases. In fact, research from the National Institutes of Health showed that, in 2012, 7.8% of adults in the United States and 1.1% of children had taken a fish oil supplement in the previous 30 days.
As the next generation of young soccer whizzes in South Africa breathlessly out-dribble opponents and score mesmerizing free kicks, many of those future Cristiano Ronaldos might already be showcasing those tricks on a pitch made of potato chip bags.
Chips company Lay’s is making inroads into its impact goals by, well, putting up goals. In a project that combines environmental sustainability with community youth engagement, the salty-snack giant is partnering with its longtime Champions League partner, UEFA, and grassroots soccer organization Streetfootballworld to provide the world’s first five soccer fields made out of potato chip bags.
Yesterday we talked about the prospects of a digital dollar coming down the pike.
It seems clear that global governments will not allow non-sovereign forms of money to continue to proliferate.
The Senate Banking committee’s hearing on the digital dollar two weeks ago was not only a public exploration and introduction to the concept a central bank-backed digital currency, the hearing was also used as a platform to publicly assassinate the viability of the private (“bogus” in the words of Senator Warren) cryptocurrency market (bitcoin, stablecoins, etc.).
When should you incorporate a business? The short answer is to do it prior to starting or launching the company. The sooner your business incorporates as an entity formation, the sooner it receives limited liability protection that ensures the safety of your personal and professional assets.
However, is there a “best” time to incorporate a business? For example, is it better for a business to incorporate during a specific season, such as spring or winter? How much of a factor does timing play in business incorporation?
Let’s examine two of the most popular options for incorporating a business: choosing a delayed filing versus incorporating now instead of at a later date.
Businesses have weathered various storms through out the last year due to the instability and changing markets caused by COVID-19. With limited resources and budget constraints, companies have struggled to digitize their entire organization for remote work and keep business afloat during tough times.
Various industries took colossal hits to their revenue such as hospitality, personal services, and wholesale/distribution. While companies start to return to the office, preparing for unforeseen futures is key to survival and growth in the future. It’s time to take a look at the hard lessons learned from this past year to be prepared for whatever lies ahead.