The Freelance Writing for Greeting Card Companies, 2nd Edition targets important areas every writer needs to know in regards to being self-employed, as well as, how to own a small greeting card business. The expansion of this book provides the updates needed for the writer of today to meet the demand for freelance writers in the greeting card market. The 2nd Edition takes you into the world of the Internet to explore the technology which has opened the door for freelance writers and artists. Information about the card companies can be located easier, quicker, and at anytime of the day or night, seven days a week. Response time between the writer, publisher, and editor has been shortened to a matter of hours or days instead of weeks or months. A writer will be able to track the changing trends and submission guidelines. The 2nd Edition will show how to use the Internet to a writer's advantage. You will find web sites that will offer a variety of freelance writers opportunities never before known or unreachable outside the Internet world such as: chat rooms, bulletin boards, or forums so writers can communicate with other writers. This type of networking is ideal for finding answers or obtaining valuable information about a company, organizations, writing groups, and available resources. By the time you finish reading this book, you will be more aware of what it takes to be self-employed as a freelance writer (a sole proprietor) and gain the knowhow to conduct the research necessary to become a proficient and successful freelance writer for greeting card companies or to own your own greeting card business.
Bridal Greetings: A Marriage Gift - A reprint of an 1852 etiquette guide in which the mutual duties of husband and wife, advice for their marital relationship and domestic management are described and explained. by Rev. Daniel Wise. "Marriage is the mother of the world, and preserves kingdoms, and fills cities, and churches, and heaven itself." Contents include: Cautions, Avoiding First Quarrel, Religion, Relationships with Relatives and Friends, Home and Its Arrangements, Making Home Happy, Conformity to Circumstances, and Dealing with Domestic Servants.
The electrocardiogram (ECG) remains the most accessible and inexpensive diagnostic tool to evaluate the patient presenting with symptoms suggestive of acute myocardial ischemia. It plays a crucial role in decision making about the aggressiveness of therapy especially in relation to reperfusion therapy, because such therapy has resulted in a considerable reduction in mortality from acute myocardial infarction. Several factors play a role in the amount of myocardial tissue that can be salvaged by reperfusion therapy, such as the time interval between onset of coronary occlusion and reperfusion, site and size of the jeopardized area, type of reperfusion attempt (thrombolytic agent or an intracoronary catheter intervention), presence or absence of risk factors for thrombolytic agents, etc. Most important in decision making on reperfusion therapy and the type of intervention is to look for markers indicating a higher mortality rate from myocardial infarction. The ECG is a reliable, inexpensive, non-invasive instrument to obtain that information. Recently it has become clear that both in anterior and inferior myocardial infarction, the ECG frequently allows not only to identify the infarct related coronary artery, but also the site of occlusion in that artery and therefore the size of the jeopardized area. Obviously, the more proximal the occlusion, the larger the area at risk and the more aggressive the reperfusion attempt.
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