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- Tennis coach Nigel Sears was cleared to leave hospital on Sunday and fly home after a dramatic mid-match collapse at the Australian Open which sent his son-in-law http://www.redwingsauthority.com/authentic-justin-abdelkader-red-wings-jersey/ , Andy Murray, racing to his bedside. The 58-year-old Briton, who coaches Ana Ivanovic, thanked the "incredible people" who rushed to his aid when he collapsed at Rod Laver Arena late on Saturday while watching the former women's number one play. "My medical advice is that I will be allowed to leave the hospital shortly and I have been cleared to fly back to the UK in the next day or so," Sears said in a statement released by tournament organisers. "I just wanted to express my sincerest thanks to the incredible people who came to my aid, as well as the brilliant staff both at the Australian Open and the Epworth Hospital. I feel truly grateful to everyone involved for the manner in which this has been handled."
- Tennis coach Nigel Sears was cleared to leave hospital on Sunday and fly home after a dramatic mid-match collapse at the Australian Open which sent his son-in-law, Andy Murray, racing to his bedside. The 58-year-old Briton, who coaches Ana Ivanovic, thanked the "incredible people" who rushed to his aid when he collapsed at Rod Laver Arena late on Saturday while watching the former women's number one play. "My medical advice is that I will be allowed to leave the hospital shortly and I have been cleared to fly back to the UK in the next day or so," Sears said in a statement released by tournament organisers. "I just wanted to express my sincerest thanks to the incredible people who came to my aid, as well as the brilliant staff both at the Australian Open and the Epworth Hospital. I feel truly grateful to everyone involved for the manner in which this has been handled."

By comparing them with modern instruments and collecting such devices, historians can put a time line of medical history together, with each device signifying practices and the beliefs of the interval it originates from.

Cupping Vessels
Apparatus were not unusual during the period of the early Romans, in accordance with the University of Virginia web site. Such devices usually appeared with the bigger of the two being placed on regions like the thighs, in two sizes. Smaller cups could be employed to let blood from someone's arms.

Lister Spray
Named after the London doctor, Joseph Lister, who developed the notion of the "asepsis" of wounds after discovering how gangrene and other medical issues developed from infected wounds, "Lister Spray" was a carbolic alternative designed to remove germs during operation and other processes. Although the alternative caused annoyance in patients and was far from perfect, more sophisticated systems shortly realized the notion of asepsis.

Hooks that are obstetrical
Referenced by early Greece's medical historians, hooks filled similar functions to modern devices including aneurism needles, which are used to lift blood vessels and were used in operation. Meanwhile, sharpened hooks would be used by early surgeons to pierce the skin to control the peripheries of wounds, as described by the University of Virginia web site and so that you can recover bits.

Pulse Timer
In the early 1900s, sand glasses that were modified were used so that you can quantify the pulse rates of patients. Since most doctors agreed a practical period of time for a pulse test was roughly 15 seconds, as much more would cause undue distress to the patient, the glass was fitted with an appropriate number of sand to allow for an exam of this length, as noted by the Museum of Historical Medical Artifacts website.

Leech Jar
Later, special leech jars, frequently decorated and usually made from glass or porcelain, would be utilized to keep the leeches until several days had passed, in order to do their work. "

BEIJING, Sept. 14 (Xinhua) -- Foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Chinese mainland rose 9.1 percent year on year to 62.52 billion yuan (9.6 billion U.S. dollars) in August, data from the Ministry of Commerce showed Thursday.


In the first eight months, FDI dropped 0.2 percent year on year to 547.94 billion yuan.


The trend for more foreign investment in high-end sectors continued.


High-tech manufacturing saw FDI rise 15 percent to 43.69 billion yuan, while foreign investment in high-tech services surged 21.4 percent to 81.44 billion yuan.


Non-financial outbound direct investment (ODI) by Chinese companies dropped 41.8 percent year on year in the first eight months to 68.72 billion U.S. dollars, mainly due to government measures to curb irrational investment.


As the government moved to curb irrational investment, there were no new investment projects in real estate, sports and entertainment sectors, the ministry said.


Meanwhile, outbound investment to countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative stood at 8.55 billion dollars, accounting for 12.4 percent of the total ODI, up 4.3 percentage points from the same period in 2016.


While Chinese companies are going global, FDI still makes great sense for China today.


From research and development centers and technological spillover to the acquisition of world-class management skills, the impact of FDI in China is huge.


The Chinese leadership has promised to create ""a stable, fair, transparent and predictable business environment,"" with a range of measures underway.


China has created 11 free trade zones where foreign firms can avoid red tape when applying for registration. It is shortening the list of sectors that are off-limits to foreign investors, as well as reducing market entry restrictions for industries such as transport and financial services.


China, Brunei to boost ties


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