viii) --C(O)NR b R c ; --O--C(O)--NR b R c ; --N(R b )--C(O)--R c ; --NR b R c ; R b --C(O)--N(R c )--; where R b and R c are defined in (f) above; and --N(R b )--C(O)--OR g , wherein R g is C 1-6 alkyl or aryl, in which the alkyl moiety can be substituted with 1-3 of: halo; C 1-4 alkoxy; or trifluoromethyl, and the aryl moiety can be substituted with 1-3 of: halo; C 1-4 alkyl; C 1-4 alkoxy, or trifluoromethyl; --N(R b )--C(O)NR c R d , wherein R d is selected from H, C 1-6 alkyl, and aryl; in which said C 1-6 alkyl and aryl can be substituted as described above in (f) for R b and R c ;
1-buy some insulin syringes, U-100 type. On the graduated markings, the 100 IU mark is equal to 1ml; the 50 IU is .5ml etc. THIS DOES NOT MEAN IF YOU FILL IT TO THE 100IU MARK THAT YOU ARE TAKING 100IU OF HCG! IU’s are not a measurement of volume or weight; they are a measure of effectiveness for a desired response from specific drugs/compounds. Every compound is different. These are insulin syringes, and they are made for insulin-not HCG. Insulin is the same iu concentration per ml every time(if its u100 type), HCG is not. Imagine if you made your HCG 10,000 IU per ml. if you fill the insulin syringe up to 100 IU mark, you now have 10,000 IU in there! Not good. You must understand this.
So if you had 5000 IU per ml, and wanted to take a 500 IU shot, you would inject 10 IU on the insulin syringe scale.
CPR for children above 9 years:
The patient should be laid on their back and the person intending to give the CPR should kneel next to the shoulder and neck of the patient. The heel of one hand should be placed to the center of the chest of the patient. The heel of the other hand should be placed over the lace and first fingers together. The elbow of the person intending to give the CPR should be kept straight and the shoulder should be aligned directly over the hands. Thus, begins the process of compression as hard as possible. The aim should be to compress at least 100 times within a single minute. The chest should be given the chance to arise fully in between each compression. One small hat tip in this regard is to give the CPR in the disco mode. One beat at a time.