The Journey of a red blood cell begins inside the bone, where the blood cell is made which is the bone marrow. The red blood cells travel around the body within capillaries. Then the deoxygenated red blood cell makes its way to the heart in the vena cava. After the blood cell has made its way through the heart the right atrium (the cell enters the right atrium first) contracts and pushes the blood cell through the tricuspid and into the right ventricle (the parts where the blood cell enters second which is located in the bottom right corner of the heart.) Next the right ventricle again contracts and pushes the blood cell out of the heart through the semi lunar (the section of the heart where the cell enters third). Then finally the deoxygenated
Since the start of May I have began working full time as an Account Representative for UberEATS in Toronto. At Uber I manage contract negotiations aimed at establishing the foundation of a strong working relationship with our restaurant partners, including sustainable economics for both parties. Currently I am working on expansion markets within Canada including London and Calgary and have been able to consistently exceed monthly sales goals. An exciting new opportunity has come up enabling me to transition into a new role as a product developer and expansion specialist for UberHealth, a business subsidiary under the Uber Technologies umbrella that focuses on, on-demand vaccine delivery and patient transport. Concurrently, I am wrapping up
As a publications team we have been climbing this mountain for almost 8 months. As an editor/advisor team we've been climbing it since mid-summer, as an editor I've been climbing the yearbook mountain since the night I came up with the theme in the shower, and I've been climbing the mountain of wanting to be editor/ and being it since freshman year. We are less than 7 days away from conquering this mountain and I have so much pride in everything we've done, and I'm so happy that the adventure is almost over, but at the same time it was one helluva a ride. I'm writing my speech to the girls for next monday when we submit the last page and I sorta pass the torch on to them. I've got so many emotions right now, some good, some sad, but this feeling is great. I'm ready to be the most kick-ass editor I've been all year in the next
I am excited about the offer you extended on October 17, 2017, and look forward to accepting it. I feel confident I will make a significant contribution to the growth and standard of care of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center over the short and long term. The terms you have described in the offer are acceptable, with one minor change.
As we come to the end of another program year, the LWV-CC Executive Board is keenly aware that means we are already gearing up for the next year. So let’s take a moment to say thanks to those who have made this such a productive and fun year – not without its challenges but leaving us all with a well-earned sense of accomplishment and pride.
My term has come to an end as your Mid-Atlantic Regional Director and I would like to thank the Regional Officers who served and assisted me during my term. I also would like to think all the sisters who volunteered to assist me behind the scenes. I truly appreciate your input and support within the region.
Although I have mixed feelings of leaving my current position as a transplant coordinator and the supervisor for the evaluation team, which I spent the past 15 years help making the program one of the best transplant programs in the country, I’m ready to take on a new challenge and to make a bigger impact on the program. Because the team is stronger than ever with the competent staff and the solid processes, I feel comfortable leaving the post in the current state. In addition, I still get to work with Missy who has been a great support for me and an excellent manager for
After speaking with my wife, I have decided to accept your offer to stay on staff in a leave replacement capacity as a replacement for Candice Osmond for the first half of the 2017-2018 school year. This acceptance is contingent on the terms discussed in your office concerning benefits and compensation rate.
My second month I will build upon my first month... I will continue to provide support the team, schedule cases, and continue to build more relationships by scheduling sales calls and cases.
I would like to start with saying that I think Friday was a very big success. If breathed new life into our office and allowed all of us to get a sense of what the future of the company is going to look like, and how the changes will affect MagnaCare’s strategies going forward. It was something that really got me motivated to better myself and try to get more involved. I have been a Data Analyst with the company for two years and have gained knowledge in many different fields of the business, but I also know that there is a great deal more that I can/want to learn. I was considering entering the market for a new job, but after Friday, I want to expand my knowledge and take on a more serious role in MagnaCare. I would
Things have been going well at Baker McKenzie since my last post. I guess the biggest piece of news I have to share is that my co-op term has been extended to eight months with Baker McKenzie, so I will be staying on with them straight through to December. These last few weeks I was debating with myself about whether or not I should accept the offer of extension or look for a new position, since a lot of the job postings on Blackboard look really interesting. I did go on an interview for another position, it went well and I'm glad I got the opportunity to practice my interviewing skills, but in the end I decided to accept the extension with Baker McKenzie. I decided to stay for a few reasons, namely:
First off, welcome to HealthEquity!! I am so excited to have you on my team! HealthEquity is an amazing company and you are just going to love being here! I am so excited to be your new team leader. We are going to do great thing together. I have worked here at HealthEquity for 3 years. I started in Member Education as a homie. In November of 2013 I became an ATL (Assistant Team Leader, now known as SWAT) in January of 2014 I became a Homie Team leader. I have loved being a Homie Team leader, but recently I have decided to join our in office Team Leaders. I am excited for this new Journey and excited to get to know all of you. Don’t get me wrong being at home has been so amazing; my kids are now in school full time and I feel being with them
A negative relationship between the RBC concentration and LIM voltage is observed, when more blood is added to the isotonic saline solution, blood concentration increased, therefore the protein concentration become greater in the solution. The greater concentration of protein in the solution the more light is scattered. The intensity of the scattered light increased, resulted in a lower voltage was detected by the LIM device. Thus resulted in a trend of decreasing voltage with an increasing blood concentration. Figure 1 indicates that the output of the LIM is linear. RBCs were added in an isotonic solution, which means there will be no net water movement between the saline solution and the RBCs. When the blood concentration increased the voltage is decreased, therefore, an inversely proportional relationship is observed between the two variables (y = -0.1069x + 0.0885). Hence, the concentration of blood in the unknown solution is 12.05 µLml-1.