People have suggested before how the effort the player goes through to get a turtle shell is not worthwhile. This is because the turtle shell is outshined by respiration level III diamond helmets. even though it offer slightly less time to be underwater the helmet has better durability and armor.
Here I present my take on solving the problem. Per level of respiration on a turtle shell the water breathing status effect is increased by seven seconds, So with a respiration level III turtle shell the player gets 31 seconds of water breathing. I suggest this because it increases the water breathing status effect time in such a way the bucket trick can become a viable option while using de turtle helmet. This is therefore more efficient than sitting in a bubble column with a respiration III diamond helmet.
1,The water breathing effect could also be increased regardless of respiration level on the turtle shell
2, Water breathing status effect should refill air when underwater on java edition
Having a helmet enchanted with respiration helps you breathe underwater, so it should also prevent suffocation. Respiration I would block 25% of suffocation damage, Respiration II would block 50%, and Respiration III would block 75%. This would be a nice touch that gives a bit more use to the respiration enchantment.
So for most of my playthroughs I've been trying to make use of anerobic respiration alongside either photsynthesis or chemosynthesis, the idea being that I'm a strong independant cell that don't need no oxygen. What I've found however is that without an oxygen based metabolism my cell has huge issues scaling up requiring me to either stay small and simple (which is actually very effective) or to only move in very short bursts.
I was annoyed at first but then I realised that this is actually a fantastic representation of real life, chemosynthesizing extremophiles must remain as very simple organisms and photosynthesizing plants aren't exactly known for moving around much. Kudos to you thrive devs for producing a balance that intuitively leads me down the same routes and conclusions that evolution has taken IRL.
While studying the respiratory system and the ventilation, I noticed that in low CO2 conc. your ventilation rate inc while in high co2 conc. your respiratory rate inc. Are they same thing? Can someone also explain how a paperbag helps you when your hyperventilating?
I insufflated a small line of China and was playing video games. I started to feel the high but it kept getting more and more intense. I told the boys I couldn’t play no more so I got off. I started feeling really high until I “passed out”. I don’t remember what happened, all I remember is waking up with a bunch of paramedics everywhere. They had told me I was literally dead for 15 minutes and that my parents were giving me CPR the whole time before they got there. I am at the hospital now, at the moment and I am very ashamed that I had to put my parents through that. Seeing my mom like that killed me. I’m just glad that I am alive. I just wanted to vent I’m sorry. If you read this, thank you.
I like the Turtle Shell helmet, its water breathing power is very good for when Im exploring the deep sea, and I got good enchantments on mine to the point I favor it over a Diamond or Netherite Helmet. But after seeing people diss my favorite headgear, I decided to suggest another good reason to use the helmet.
And that, my friends, is make it have a higher chance of getting the Aquatic helmet enchantments Respiration and Aqua Affinity. With the highest level of Respiration, the Turtle Shell is basically a weaker but infinite Water Breathing Potion, and Aqua Affinity is always useful too. This also makes sense, since the Turtle Shell is aquatic themed and it gives you 10 extra seconds of air under water.
I’m a BLS IFT EMT in NYC with premed ambitions with 10 months of experience. Recently I’ve had three calls in a little over a week — that particularly bug me. We give assisted ventilations for acute respiratory distress/failure, and partners tell me not to assess perfusion status purely on the basis of O2sat and how I should stop using my MS biochem background on the job and overthinking things as a basic.
Generalized presentation I want to discuss is like this: altered mental status (painfully responsive), RR 40, O2sat > 95% , severe tachycardia (130-170), irregular pulse, systolic BP usually > 100, skin CTC can be hot/feverish but more pink than pale + lungs clear to auscultation bilaterally. BGL > 500 mg/dL.
Partners will tell me NYC REMSCO BLS protocol 401 for acute respiratory distress means this patient should be bagged based on the respiratory rate alone, stop assessing based on O2sat alone.
Very recently after my last call (patient was in rapid afib as well) I decided to look at different respiration types because there was something that just bugged me and I revisited Kussmaul breathing. It’s not BLS scope I think to be act based on the following line of thinking: “oh sugar is critically high, Kussmaul respirations, diabetic ketoacidosis likely; they’re perfusing currently but the body is trying to raise the pH by exhaling as much CO2 as possible. The high blood sugar is worsening their afib by causing them to piss out all their electrolytes .” That’s definitely out of BLS scope. But is it out of scope to consider that the patient might be trying to breathe an excess, unknown waste product (be it CO2 or bicarb + H+) or whatever is going on in the blood based on BLS assessment of perfusion?
The reason I ask is because during the 6 min ride to the hospital for my last patient, I chose to bag rather than try to obtain a good pressure or obtain a BGL or start albuterol for wheezing or anything like that. The last patient also had bloody secretions in airway that had to be suctioned. The salty trauma team was like “why are you using the BVM, do you have an O2sat?” (lol my new driver made a sharp right turn that sent the pulse oximeter flying and the batteries rolled under the stretcher) She ended up going into v-tach while they were intubating her but was converted back to rapid afib with adenosine. I did not get a BP or BGL - the hospital did.
The previous two patients however were not intubated immediately at least while I was ther... keep reading on reddit ➡
These bacteria use iodine oxyanions to breathe instead of oxygen. We identified the genes involved, and their distribution in meta genomes globally.
Our group just published a preprint on this emerging metabolism:
Thoughts and feedback are greatly appreciated.
If you are american this changes to 4 glucose and 1 oxygen
Edit: when you are swimming the respiration gets less effective, multiplicatively, due to the increase of anaerobic respiration. If your respiration is too low due to swimming, you can transform into yeast and survive by the means of solely anaerobic respiration. Unlocks achievement ‘Yeast infection’
Does lactate from anaerobic respiration move to blood and liver leaving hydrogen ion in muscle cell?
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Everything is in the title. I'm a total noob in audio engineering but i do have asthma so when i record something i produce a lot of unwanted ASMR haha. I also have an average mic and can buy a better one, but i'm sure since my respiration noise are kinda strong it might not solve the issue (it also does not help that i will not know what to choose, but it's not the topic).
I read some guide on how to suppress background noise with audacity or on Premiere Pro and tried some options on the audio panel of Premiere Pro, to no avail :(
I have been working at nursing home for 3 weeks or so as a CNA. I am terrible at BP and respiration’s and I want to get better. I am on a hall by myself normally from 4-9 or 2-10:30. I feel like I am not doing my job when I just stand there and chart instead of checking on residents, so I push all the charting to the end when they are sleeping. Normally I typically leave an hour later because I have to finish charting. It is so embarrassing because everyone leaves who was on the shift and I’m only one left. Is it better to chart throughout the day or do it all at the end? I have to put to bed many residents. How should I manage answer call lights and putting residents to bed? I know I need to put the residents who are at risk to fall to bed first, but the residents who aren’t at risk get upset for waiting.
My question is this. What recommendations would you propose for CO2 detection for soil respiration tests?
I am in need of advice and I have confidence that you amazing folks can help me. I am a high school science teacher that is currently working on my M.S. in Soil and Water Science. I am working on a research proposal that involves two parts. One part is developing a secondary school agriculture curriculum focused on comparing no-till agriculture with conventional tillage agriculture.
The second part is research comparing the two methods. My plot is subdivided into 6 smaller plots alternating between no-till and conventional tillage. One portion of the research will measure microbial biomass. This should be a feasible method for a high school setting.
I am overwhelmed because I am trying to ensure my data is accurate so that I can submit my final work for peer review while also making this an affordable project for a Title 1 (low income) school.
I will be collecting samples across 6 different plots, at two different depths, and twice per year over two years (my goal is to continue this routine with my students even after my Master's research is complete). I will need to measure 24 samples at a minimum. I see single-use items products like Draeger Tubes and Solvita CO2 field test kits. A rough estimate sets me at 350-400 dollars using this method. Would I be better off with a different piece of equipment or a different method? If so, is there a particular brand or piece of equipment that you would recommend? Finally, would buying used be a bad idea? I am not sure about longevity or construction quality for something that could have been used heavily in the field.
There is a lot here and I thank you for taking the time to offer help or advice.