El pediatra Leo Escobar no para por la mejora de sus pacientes. Amor y dedicación. 🙏🏼😍 Nos explica INTUBACION EN NEONATOS

Técnica: posición en decúbito supino con la
cabeza en ligera extensión. Introducir el laringoscopio por la derecha con la mano izquierda, desplazando la lengua hacia la izquierda. Avanzar la hoja del laringoscopio
(hoja recta del 0 en los prematuros y del 1 en niños a término), hasta situar la punta en la vallécula o sobre la epiglotis.
Al traccionar en la dirección del mango del laringoscopio
se ven las cuerdas vocales (una ligera presión externa sobre la laringe puede facilitar su visualización). Con la mano derecha, introducir el tubo endotraqueal de tamaño adecuado para la edad gestacional y peso. Se desaconsejan los tubos endotraqueales con diámetro inferior a 2,5 mm así como los tubos con balón.
Cada intento de intubación no debe durar más de 30 segundos, ventilando al niño con bolsa y mascarilla entre cada intento. Una vez colocado el tubo se debe comprobar que el aire entra en ambos pulmones.
Si el tubo se introduceen el bronquio derecho, debe ir retirándose poco a poco hasta comprobar que el aire entra en el pulmón izquierdo. La monitorización de CO2 exhalado es efectiva aunque en nuestro medio no es de uso rutinario.
Una vez intubado el niño se puede ventilar
con bolsa, tubo en T o un respirador, usando la menor presión y la menor concentración de oxígeno posibles. Dr Leonardo Escobar @pediatra_leoescobar #medicina #life #estudiantemedico #beautiful #pediatria #medicine #anatomiahumana #medico #doctor #doctores #medstudent #surgery #cardiology #unerg #ucv #uc #udo #ula #luz #unefm #ucla #medical #neonatal #hospital #obstetricia #nacimiento #amazing #pediatria

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please read the actual cutest thing i found on yak

so we begin with the top yak at my school… 

but WAIT… two yaks down… 

so NATURALLY everyone was quick to get their attention.. 



and we were left with one final update.. 

conclusion: love will find a way… 


The Augmented Reality Sandbox 

The Augmented Reality Sandbox (orginally developed by researchers at UC Davis) lets users sculpt mountains, canyons and rivers, then fill them with water or even create erupting volcanoes. This version of the device at UCLA was built by Gary Glesener using off-the-shelf parts and good ol’ playground sand.

Any shape made in the sandbox is detected by an Xbox Kinect sensor and processed with open source software. It is then projected as a color-coded contour map onto the sand.


Mami, papi, we did it! After 22 long years of picking strawberries, nurturing the fresas, day after day, being kissed by the sun, I am finally your fruition today. I am the fresa you’ve worked so hard to preserve, to love, to nurture. Today, i am ready to be the sweetest thing you ever did grow. This degree is for the immigrant families that have crossed borders and who have thrived. mami, papi, this degree is ours, the strawberries can no longer claim you as their own. PC:


This is your brain experiencing a concussion

It may look like this model brain is made of Jell-O, but it’s the same consistency as a real brain.

As Dr. Christopher Giza from UCLA demonstrates, the brain is made of soft tissue and floats in fluid inside of the skull. When the skull moves quickly, the brain can jostle around a lot, which can lead to neurological symptoms.

“Most concussions are recoverable,” Giza said.

But concussions can be difficult to identify and some people suffer more serious symptoms, particularly after multiple concussions.

Lab studies have shown a “window of vulnerability” after a first concussion, Giza said. Concussed athletes are three to six times more likely to get another concussion. If they rush back to play, their reflexes, reaction time and thinking may be slower, putting them at risk of a second concussion and longer recovery period.

Six things parents and athletes need to know about concussions.

College Confession #23

My roomate and I got into a vicious pillow fight and I was chasing her around the apartment and we were making quite a bit of noise. Apparently, we were making much more noise than we thought because around 10 p.m. the cops showed up at our door because someone reported some noises that sound like domestic violence in our building. 

It wasn’t until we were half way through talking to the police that we realized the complaint was about us so we kept a straight face and continued to lie to the police.



And here it is–I double majored in Spanish and Chicana/o Studies graduating Cum Laude from UCLA. 10 years later and I finally have my diploma. Being a mortuary school dropout, to being in community college on and off for six years, losing my grandmother, being in a toxic relationship where I was told I focus too much on my education, and owing almost a grand in fees to UCLA, it’s finally in my hands and I literally cried. It’s so surreal cause I never believed this day would happen. Thank you to everyone who actually supported me on this decade long journey.



Is this movie Del Playa implying the WOMEN’s rejection created his rampage?

MISOGYNISTIC BULLSHIT.  Patriarchy created him!  

23,000 people have signed a petition to stop a movie that “glorifies” the UCSB shooting

In May 2014, 22-year-old Elliot Rodger killed six people and wounded 14 others in a misogyny-fueled rampage in the town of Isla Vista, California, before committing suicide.

Shortly after the shooting, a film production company began making Del Playa, a horror/thriller film that appears to have been based on the incident. Producers are saying there’s no connection, but the petition disagrees.

First, when a white person claims to be the victim of racism, what they are really doing is expressing their fears that their privileges might be taken away. Second, they are saying that they experience the same form of oppression that people of color face. Sorry to break it to you, but there is no system that actively works to oppress and subjugate white people in order to treat them as inferior. To say that a white person has experienced racism just like any person of color assumes that the playing field was level to begin with.

An invisible force at the center of our galaxy

Scientists have theorized that our Milky Way galaxy has a super massive black hole at the center of it, but how did this idea come about?  How do astronomers measure something that has actually never been seen in our telescopes?

Above is an animation of star movements in our galaxy over the past 16 years.  They all orbit around a point that emits no light in our galaxy.  We can measure the mass of these stars and calculate that their orbits require an object with the mass of 4 million Suns.  So far this points to a super massive black hole in our galaxy.

Read more about how galaxies obtain these supermassive objects →


A new gel helps wounds heal

Researchers from UCLA have developed an injectable hydrogel that helps skin wounds heal faster. 

The new synthetic polymer material creates an instant scaffold, sort of like stacked gumballs, that allows new tissue to latch on and grow within the cavities formed between linked spheres of gel.

Conventionally, ointments and other hydrogel dressings have been used to fill in wounds to keep the areas moist and accelerate healing. But none of the materials used now provide a scaffold to allow new tissue to grow while the dressing itself degrades. As a result, the new tissue growth is relatively slow and fragile.

So bringing about an injectable biomaterial that promotes rapid regeneration of tissue has been a “holy grail” in the field of tissue engineering, said co-principal investigator Dino Di Carlo.

They envision the material being useful for a wide variety of wound application, including lacerations to large-area burns.

UC Berkeley researchers have also been developing new approaches to tissue engineering. Last March, their advancement in “herding cells” marked a new direction for smart bandages.

Learn more about how this new gel works