Wednesday, November 24, 2010
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Tuesday, November 09, 2010
TAXABLE MANY SERIOUS CUTS FUEL; Sardjito and Bethesda hospital Absorb Merapi Victims 27/10/2010 05:17:02
YOGYA (KR) - Hospitals in Yogyakarta, respectively, this hospital, Bethesda Hospital preoccupied with the many victims of burns due to exposure wedhus gembel (heat clouds). Hospital staff seemed very busy helping the victims who generally suffered burns.
Two of the victims wedhus gembel Merapi was referred to Bethesda Hospital Pujo Miyono respectively (60) and Wakijan (40) residents Pakem Sleman. Both suffered burns over 80 percent even Wakijan suffered 90 percent burns. They are patient referrals from hospitals Grasia and RS Panti Nugroho.
Pujo Miyono arrived at Bethesda Hospital emergency department at 20:15 pm and the second interval of 30 minutes an ambulance arrived with the patient Wakijan.
On arrival at the ER, their skin peeled off and flushed from the tip of the foot to the face. They immediately received treatment in emergency medical team.
Bethesda Hospital physician, Dr. Sri Rasmiati Spb Pudji to the KR suggests nearly half the body both victims suffered severe burns. Ample burns require treatment long enough. In addition to treating injuries, it also provides treatment for burns heavy breathing greatly affects the power of breath.
"After a given treatment in ER patients will we move into the Intermediate Care. How long will it be treated still do not know depends on his condition. If patients with severe injuries like that it takes a long time, "said Dr. Pudji.
When given treatment in both patients with ER room wailing moan in pain. If not treated immediately and was given breathing treatment of patients would be jeopardized his soul. Burns to the face will affect the performance of the respiratory tract.
In this hospital, also received a referral of disaster victims of Mount Merapi. Until this news was revealed, this hospital continues to accept delivery of the victim.
Meanwhile, the Bethesda hospital also sent medical teams to assist the handling of victims of Merapi. One ambulance containing about 4 people consisting of doctors, nurses and medics have been dispatched. Medical teams are also carrying medicines, medical equipment, blankets and other emergency needs.
In the meantime, RS PKU Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta also deploy medical teams to the location of Merapi refugees. According to RS PKU Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta Public Relations John Firsad SIP medical team that descended onto the field led by the Director of Medical Services Dr. Joko Murdianto Span (expert anatesi) equipped with two ambulances. The team's first wave of RS PKU Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta as many as 21 people joined the team from other hospitals.
"PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital Unit II in Gamping ready to accommodate victims of Merapi. These include the addition of beds if needed. All medical personnel RS PKU Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta standby. Including those who are down the task should be ready at any time if needed, "he said. (Team KR)-f
based on kr.co.id
Monday, November 08, 2010
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Peter Onuar, a three-year-old malnourished child, sits on his mother Nyayok Biel's lap in an emergency feeding center in Malakal in Southern Sudan's Upper Nile state, April 12, 2010. The U.N. recently called parts of Southern Sudan "the hungriest place on earth" after years of failed rains and tribal clashes that killed more then 2,000 people during the past year.
Photograph by Dwi Oblo, Reuters
Covered in ash from Mount Merapi, a man is wheeled into a hospital in Sleman, Indonesia, on October 26.
As of Tuesday afternoon, eastern time, the latest Mount Merapi eruptions were known to have killed 18 people, the Associated Press reported. Fast moving clouds of hot ash have been the biggest threats—and there could be much more to come.
Tuesday's eruptions could be a warning of a huge blast—or a sign that the volcano will slowly let off steam. "It's too early to know for sure," government volcanologist Gede Swantika told the AP. "But if it continues like this for a while, we are looking at a slow, long eruption."
Published October 26, 2010
Signs of the eruption at Mount Merapi managed to puncture the persistent cloud cover over Java on November 5, 2010. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this natural-color image the same day.
The volcano’s plume formed a V shape, fanning out to the west from the summit and casting shadows on the surrounding clouds below. According to the Volcanic Ash Advisory Center in Darwin, Australia, the ash plume rose to at least 55,000 feet (16 kilometers) in altitude and stretched 220 miles (350 km) to the west and southwest, as of 12:13 a.m. local time on November 6 (17:13 UTC, Nov 5).
The Eruptions volcanism blog and the Associated Press reported a death toll of at least 122 people, more than 100,000 people evacuated, and homes and fields covered in volcanic ash. The Indonesian government declared the event a national emergency and extended the “danger zone” for the eruption to 12 miles (20 kilometers), including the ancient capital of Yogyakarta.
Among Indonesia’s most active volcanoes, Merapi sits in one of the world’s most densely populated areas. Recorded eruptions have included multiple pyroclastic flows—searing avalanches of ash, gas, and rock fragments—and lahars—flows of water, rock debris, and mud caused by rainwater mixing with ash and other volcanic material. These eruptions have repeatedly devastated nearby communities and croplands.
- Klemetti, E. (2010, November 5). Friday Flotsam: Merapi now a “national emergency.” Eruptions. Accessed November 5, 2010.
- Associated Press (2010, November 5). Indonesia volcano burns whole villages; 122 dead. Yahoo News. Accessed November 5, 2010.
Photograph courtesy ISS, NASA
The "boot" of Italy glitters with nighttime lights, as seen from 220 miles (354 kilometers) above Earth on the International Space Station (ISS) last week. Part of a docked Russian spacecraft is also visible in the foreground.
On Tuesday NASA officials celebrated the ten-year anniversary of people living on the ISS. NASA astronaut Bill Shepherd and Russian cosmonauts Yuri Gidzenko and Sergei Krikalev were the first crew members to call the station home, spending just over 136 days on board in 2000.
Since then rotating crews have kept the orbiting lab occupied around the clock, every day of the year, for the past decade.
Published November 4, 2010