You’re asking us about right or left. We’re a football group. That’s what you guys don’t understand. I ask because I don ankle carry a gun, but I do ankle carry a tourniquet. Honestly it sucks. It uncomfortable, and it seems like no matter how secure I try to make it, it still flops around with every step I take.
Three patients (8.3%) had pure intraventricular hemorrhage. All patients had AVMs diagnosed on CT angiography or digital subtraction angiography as part of their workup for the intracranial hemorrhage. All patients had digital subtraction angiography within 7 days of hemorrhage.
1 extra pair of my prescription glasses(you don have to include this, but it would sure be considerate if you carried around a pair of my glasses in case I need them), 1 change of clothes(underwear, pants, shirt, socks), 1 pair of work gloves, my Arc knee caps, 1 litre bottle of water, a charger cable(or cables if you have multiple separate devices), 2 disposable lighters, 1 firesteel and bag of tinder, a flashlight, a knife of some sort, a multitool(usually leatherman MUT EOD), a shemagh, my tired old National Geographic Buff, a notebook and pen, a map of the region, a compass, a small sewing kit, about 20ft of 1″nylon rolled up with a few sliders, a roll of duct tape, a handfull of zip ties, about 100ft of paracord and a carabiner capable of supporting my weight plus the bag, at least one rolled up garbage bag(preferably the thicker brands, they resist wear and tear a bit better), some sort of snack sack(I usually do something like a bag of almonds and some chocolate, stuff that doesn exactly perish if you leave it in there an extra week), and last but certainly not least a ziplock bag of novelty patches and pins to adorn my bag with(at the moment it a Canadian Gun Nut patch, a CSSA pin, and my first blood donation pin on the outside). If it wintertime I swap out the underwear for longjohns and throw in a pair of glove liners. If it rain season I throw in a thin rain jacket and umbrella.
It will entail transferring appropriate water technologies, empowering small food producers and conserving essential ecosystem services. It will require policies that promote water rights for all, stronger regulatory capacity and gender equality. Investments in water infrastructure, rural development and water resource management will be essential.We should all be encouraged by the renewed political interest in food security, as evidenced by the high priority given to this issue by the agendas of the G 8 and G 20, the emphasis on the nexus of food, water and energy in the report of my Global Sustainability Panel, and the growing number of countries pledging to Scale Up Nutrition.On this World Water Day, I urge all partners to fully use the opportunity provided by the ” Rio+20″ United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development.