and Eusebius did not long survive him. Eusebius had died (probably at Caesarea) by 340 at the latest,
but probably on May 30, 339.
Of the extensive literary activity of Eusebius, a relatively large portion has been preserved. Although
Before he compiled his church history, Eusebius edited a collection of martyrdoms of the earlier
period and a biography of Pamphilus. The martyrology has not survived as a whole, but it has been
preserved almost completely in parts. It contained:
Little is known of Eusebius' youth. He was probably born around A.D. 260, though the exact date and
place are not certain. He may have come from a family of some influence as he was released after a
short imprisonment during the Diocletian's persecutions,
Euhemerus purports to have found his true history of the gods, and here almost alone is preserved
writings of the neo-Platonist philosopher Atticus along with so much else.
Demonstratio evangelica ('Proof of the Gospel') is closely connected to the Praepa
nnnnn sermons some of which have been preserved, e.g., a sermon on the consecration of the
church in Tyre and an address on the thirtieth anniversary of the reign of Constantine (336). Of the
letters of Eusebius only a few fragments are extant.
In his Praeparatio evangelica (xii, 31), Eusebius has a section on the use of fictions (pseudos) as a
"medicine", which may be "lawful and fitting" to use. With that in mind, it is still difficult to assess
Eusebius' conclusions and veracity by confrontin
The following time to Trajan
Books iv and v: the second century
Book vi: The time from Septimius to Decius
Book vii: extends to the outbreak of the persecution under Diocletian
Book viii: more of this persecution
Book ix: history to Constantine's victory
The two greatest historical works of Eusebius are his Chronicle and his Church History. The former
(Greek, Pantodape historia, "Universal History") is divided into two parts. The first part (Greek,
Chronographia, "Annals") purports to give an epitome of u
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IGNATIUS OF ANTIOCH
BISHOP AND MARTYR (17 OCT 107)
Ignatius of AntiochAfter the Apostles, Ignatius was the second bishop of Antioch in Syria. His
predecessor, of whom little is known, was named Euodi
Preface of a Saint (3)
PRAYER (traditional language)
Almighty God, we praise thy name for thy bishop and martyr Ignatius of Antioch, who offered himself as
grain to be ground by the teeth
No early pleasures, no kingdoms of this world can benefit me in any way. I prefer death in Christ
Jesus to power over the farthest limits of the earth. He who died in place of us is the one object of
my quest. He who rose for our sakes is my one desire. T
he nurse uses physical assessment for the following reasons:
To gather baseline data about the clients health
To supplement, confirm or refute data obtained in the
To confirm and identify nursing diagnoses
To make clinical judgments about
Mettag: RED Priority I Immediate attention. Identifier
is a Mettag torn to the red stripe or Roman numeral I placed on
the forehead or back of left hand. First priority casualties are
those that have life-threatening injuries that are re
To make mattress even.
To change a soiled or infected mattress
Method I: (If the same mattress is to be used (2-3 nurses) :
Replace the top sheet with the blanket, fo
A nasogastric tube is a narrow bore tube passed into the stomach via the
nose. It is used for short- or medium-term nutritional support, and also for
aspiration of stomach contents eg, for decompression of intestinal
Confirming Placement of NGT
1. Assess pH
Aspirating fluid to assess its pH content and appearance and confirm
correct placement is another important part of the insertion protocol.
Gastric contents will always be acidic (< 5.6 pH), while fluid from the
Irrigating a Nasogastric Tube
A nasogastric tube is irrigated regularly to determine/ensure the patency of
the tube. Learn how to irrigate a nasogastric tube (NGT).
To ensure the patency of the nasogastric tube.
Stomach contents fail
Provide intestinal decompression proximal to a bowel obstruction.
Prevent/decrease intestinal distention. Placement of a tube containing a
mercury weight and allowing normal peristalsis to propel tube through the
stomach into the intestin
Routine Procedures to be done as Symptoms of Approaching
Notify the doctor.
Notify relatives and friends.
Call for priest or minister.
Call supervisor and Headnurse.
Provide privacy (by screening if in the ward).
Alert: Removal is easier with the patient in semiFowlers position.
Nursing Interventions & Rationale
Check physicians order for removal
of nasogastric tube.
Ensures correct implementation of
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Objective: To design and perform an experiment using baking soda and vinegar to verify the
Law of Conservation of Mass.
Background: The Law of Conservation of Mass states that mass can neither be created nor
destroyed in any chemical or physical process.
Molar Volume of a Gas
Design an experiment to determine the standard molar volume of the gas produced
when magnesium metal reacts with hydrochloric acid (HCl).
When magnesium metal and hydrochloric acid (HCl) react together, the volum
Painful condition caused by pressure buildup in muscles
This buildup decreases blood flow and can cause nerve
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while chronic compartment syndrome is not
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Molar Mass of a Gas
Objective: Determine the molar mass of butane.
1) Gather all equipment, including goggles and lab aprons.
2) Record the current atmospheric pressure in the data table.
3) Using the analytical balance measure the mass of the