Foundation Cuba

Fidel Castro Carlos Mora Vanegas was expected that newly pronounced speech of a candidate for the Presidency of the United States Obama in Miami before thousands of Cubans who live in the country and where he referred to Cuba, Fidel Castro was going to remain silent. In this regard, as it tells tribunalatina.com Castro said: wouldn’t be honest on my part to keep silent after the Obama speech the evening of May 23 before the Cuban-American Foundation, created by Ronald Reagan. I heard it, as I did with McCain and Bush. I not hold grudges towards his person, because he has not been responsible for the crimes perpetrated against Cuba and humanity. If you defend him, would do a huge favor to his adversaries. I do not fear therefore criticize it and express my views frankly on his words.

What he said? Through my life there has been injustice and repression in Cuba, and never in my lifetime people have known true freedom, never in the life of two generations it has known the people of Cuba a democracy have not seen elections for 50 years we are not going to support these injustices, together we will find freedom for Cuba, he expresses them to the anexionistas and continues: that’s my word. That is my commitment. It is time that the American money make the Cuban people less dependent on the Castro regime. I’ll keep the embargo the content of the words of this strong candidate to the Presidency of the United States, I exempt from the need to explain the why of this reflection. Shining then Fidel believes in Obama that dominates communication techniques and is above their rivals in the electoral competition. I note with sympathy to his wife and their children, who accompany it and encourage every Tuesday; It is no doubt a nice human box.


Wines Of Chile

The history of wine in America began with the arrival of the first Spanish conquerors. Cristobal Colon brought cuttings and seeds of vines from Spain or the Canary Islands on his second voyage to the Americas in 1493. The first settlers of the new world tried unsuccessfully to develop the vine in the territories of Central America, but the tropical climate prevented the vine flourish in such soils. The first to successfully achieve the cultivation of the vine in America was Hernan Cortes in 1524 in Highlands of Mexico. In 1530 the vine was cultivated in the current Colombia and in 1548 arrived simultaneously in Peru and Chile. In the case of Chile, the introducer was Friar Francisco de Carabantes who brought cuttings from the Peru to the port of Talcahuano. Thence stakes moved to Santiago where were planted surrounding the nascent houses that the conquistadors had built. One of them, Alonso Moreno, obtained two botijas of possibly little more than one litre of wine, in 1550.

It is therefore, Alonso Moreno, the first person It got wines in America to the South of Ecuador. Francisco de Aguirre in Copiapo, called jungle of Copiapo in those years would have obtained the first mass production of wine. Almost simultaneously in the central zone, specifically in the now called Penalolen commune, the first wines of this part of the country would have been earned. In 1556, through the town of La Serena and through father Francisco Cidron or CD-ROM, the vine was introduced in the town of Salta, in Argentina. From the historic official standpoint, the first Chilean vintner would be Rodrigo de Araya, inscribed as such in the Act of Foundation of the Chilean wine, discovered in the archive of the Indies by the historian Jose Toribio Medina. 19Th century the good weather conditions allowed that the cultivation of the vine should be extended in the central part of Chile.


Diagnosis Cardiac

The bibliographical one is about an article having as metodolgica base, based through the collection of data on scientific articles carried through in the Virtual Library in Health (BIREME), that it corresponds to a database with scientific literature and composed technique for Lilacs, Medline, IBECS, Library Cochrane and Scielo. 2. DEVELOPMENT 2.1. Theoretical Referencial 2.1.1 Definitions of Stopped Cardiorrespiratria Hadi (2008) I defined the PCR as the interruption of the cardiac activity in an individual without terminal illness. The individual if finds with absence of efficient cardiac beatings, absence of unconscious breath and. The cardiorrespiratria stop (PCR) is the sudden suspension of the sistmica circulation of the activities ventricular useful and ventilatria in an individual with expectation of restoration of the function to cardiopulmonar and cerebral.

In such a way, I defined ressuscitao to cardiopulmonar it (RCP) as joint of procedures after PCR with objective to keep artificially the vital circulation of arterial blood to the brain and other agencies until the occurrence of the return of the spontaneous circulation (RCE) (GUIMARES, et al, 2008). 2.1.2 Signals and symptoms that precede the Cardiorrespiratria Stop the conscience, the pulse and the arterial pressure are immediately lost. The inefficacious respiratory effort can occur, the pupils of the eyes starts if to dilatar inside of 45 seconds, the convulsions can occur or not. The signal trustworthest of the cardiac arrest is pulse absence. In the adult and the child, the carotdio pulse is evaluated (SMELTZER; BARE, 2006). In accordance with Lino (2006), the unconsciousness, absence of carotdea and femoral pulsation, apnea or sketch of breath and dying appearance are coexistentes conditions of PCR. Other signals can be identified, as the mydriasis, suggestive of cerebral injury, cianose in the extremities and pallor of the skin (MATSUMOTO, 2008). 2.1.3 Diagnosis of Stopped Cardiorrespiratria the clinical diagnosis of cardiac stop occurs when the following signals are gifts: unconsciousness, death breath or the apnea and the absence of pulses.


Infantile Maternal Health

Moreover, the health institutions had promoted the incentive to the programs of maternal aleitamento, as the method ' ' mother canguru' '. With the practical one of this, the decline of the time of hospital permanence of just been born the premature ones was observed. This was proven in studies that had demonstrated that interned 29% enter of just born in neonatais units that had tried the method ' ' mother canguru' ' , 23% had had high hospital precocious (SALIM and GOLALVES, 1991). How much the exposition of just been born to chupetas and artificial peaks, has not been recommended, since these intervene with the maternal aleitamento. Therefore, the programs of incentive to the maternal aleitamento are an important tool for the development of just been born the premature ones of low weight, since human milk contains indispensable nutrients to the feeding of these babies, guaranteeing the profit of weight of these and high hospital the precocious one. REFERENCES ABRO, A.C.F.V., H.F, MARIN and, GUTIRREZ M.G.R.

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