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Human astronauts require life-support systems. In the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, H2O and air were carried along for the trip. Air, and especially oxygen (O2), can be compressed by liquefaction. Water cannot be compressed. Supplies of O2 and H2O in early spacecraft had to be adequate at the start of the journey to ensure that, with proper recycling, they would last until the end. In interplanetary missions, it is not practical to load up a space ship with all the necessary air and H2O beforehand. Fortunately, H2O exists on other worlds in the Solar System. The polar caps of Mars contain H2O ice. Some of the moons of Jupiter and Saturn also have H2O. Evidence suggests that traces of H2O ice exist on crater floors at the poles of our own Moon, in regions that never receive direct sunlight. Even with these supplies, H2O will be a precious thing on any interplanetary craft. Oxygen can be obtained by dissolving certain minerals, such as ordinary table salt or baking soda, in H2O and then passing an electric current through the solution. This is called electrolysis of water. The electricity can come from solar panels or from nuclear reactors on the vessel. To some extent, O2 can be recirculated. When human beings breathe air at sea level, they take in a gas that is 21 percent O2; when they exhale there is still 16 percent O2. The 5 percent difference consists of carbon dioxide (CO2). If this CO2 is filtered out, the air can be breathed again. By using
storage index on 1MB of data more selective. This sorting will often result in effective storage indexes for columns where similar ranges of values are collocated in a record. Take the example of an order header, which includes a unique ORDER_NUMBER that increases with each new order; an ORDER_DATE, which should follow the same incremental pattern; and a SHIPPING_DATE, which will also typically increment along the same lines, although this value may have more variation. A query that used any number of these columns would probably benefit from storage indexes if the data was inserted into the table with sorting along the lines of any of these columns. Storage indexes can also work in conjunction with partitioning in a similar manner. Using the same columns as the previous example, assume that you have a table partitioned on the ORDER_DATE column. If a query were to select based on this column, partition pruning would kick in to eliminate rows that did not match the selection criteria. But any query that selected on the ORDER_NUMBER or the SHIPPING_DATE would not benefit from this partitioning scheme. However, storage indexes would provide similar I/O elimination benefits based on the collocation of those values. The storage index would allow for elimination of storage regions based on these columns whose values closely track those of the partition key without any administrative work or overhead. Storage indexes work to eliminate I/O from being performed, which saves cycles in the Exadata Storage Server as well as increasing effective use of bandwidth between the Exadata Storage Server and the database nodes of the Sun Oracle Database Machine by avoiding having to send that data to the database nodes.
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the more serious causes of exercise-induced syncope and to treat the patient appropriately. Carotid Sinus Syncope The carotid sinus is normally sensitive to stretch and gives rise to sensory impulses carried via the nerve of Hering, a branch of the glossopharyngeal nerve, to the medulla. Massage of one of the carotid sinuses or of both alternately, particularly in elderly persons, causes (1) a re ex cardiac slowing (sinus bradycardia, sinus arrest, or even atrioventricular block) the vagal type of response, or (2) a fall of arterial pressure without cardiac slowing the vasodepressor type of response. Another ( central ) type of carotid sinus syncope was in the past ascribed to cerebral arteriolar constriction, but such an entity has never been validated. Faintness or syncope due to carotid sinus sensitivity has reportedly been initiated by turning of the head to one side while wearing a tight collar or even by shaving over the region of the sinus. However, the absence of a history of such an association does not exclude the diagnosis. The attack nearly always occurs when the patient is upright, usually standing. The onset is sudden, often with falling. Small convulsive movements occur quite frequently in both the vagal and vasodepressor types of carotid sinus syncope. The period of unconsciousness in carotid sinus syncope seldom lasts longer than 30 s, and the sensorium is immediately clear when consciousness is regained. The majority of the reported cases have involved men. In a patient displaying faintness on massage of one carotid sinus, it is important to distinguish between the benign disorder (hypersensitivity of the carotid sinus) and a more serious condition atheromatous narrowing of the basilar or opposite carotid artery (see Chap. 34). In the latter circumstance, it is important to avoid compression of the carotid artery, particularly if a carotid bruit is heard over either carotid vessel. A number of other types of purely re exive cardiac slowing can be traced to direct irritation of the vagus nerves (from esophageal diverticula, mediastinal tumors, gallbladder stones, carotid sinus disease, bronchoscopy, and needling of body cavities). Here, the re ex bradycardia is more often of sinoatrial than atrioventricular type. Weiss and Ferris called such faints vagovagal. Through a similar mechanism, tumors or lymph node enlargements at the base of the skull or in the neck that impinge on the carotid artery, as well as postradiation brosis, are capable of causing dramatic syncopal attacks, sometimes preceded by unilateral head or neck pain. Often the episodes are unpredictable, but some patients nd that turning the head stimulates an attack. The mechanism in one of our patients was primarily a vasodepressor response; patients with prominent bradycardia have generally had tumors that directly surrounded or in ltrated the glossopharyngeal and vagus nerves (Frank et al; see also MacDonald et al). If the tumor can be safely removed from the carotid region, the syncope often abates; in many cases, however, intracranial section of the ninth and upper rootlets of the tenth nerves on the side of the mass is necessary. Syncope in Association with Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia Glossopharyngeal neuralgia (also referred to as vagoglossopharyngeal neuralgia) (see discussion in Chap. 47, Diseases of Cranial Nerves, page 1185) typically begins in the sixth decade with paroxysms of pain localized to the base of the tongue, pharynx or larynx, tonsillar area, or an ear. In only a small proportion of cases (estimated at 2 percent) are the paroxysms of pain complicated by
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AutoCAD offers a convenient way of changing and controlling certain aspects of layers. 1. In the Layers panel of the Ribbon, pick the down arrow to display the Layer drop-down box. This displays the list of layers in the current drawing. By picking the symbols, you can quickly change the current status of the layers. 2. Pick Center. Layer Center becomes the current layer. 3. Display the list again. 4. Beside Objects, click the padlock. The padlock changes to its locked position, and layer Objects becomes locked. 5. Pick it again to unlock layer Objects. 6. Beside Hidden, pick the sun. The sun changes to a snow ake. Layer Hidden is now frozen. 7. Display the list and pick the snow ake. This thaws layer Hidden. Notice that you can toggle layers on and off and freeze and thaw layers using buttons on the Layers panel. 8. Make Objects the current layer and save your work.
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