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  • Cet ouvrage va vous permettre de découvrir et d'utiliser les huiles essentielles avec toute la sagesse et la prudence requises. Il vous accompagnera au quotidien et vous apportera des clés 100% naturelles pour prendre soin de votre santé, votre bien-être et votre beauté. Des formules simples et accessibles à tous, dans le cadre d'un mode de vie sain et durable, pour vous permettre de soulager et d'enrayer les maux du quotidien. Une invitation au minimalisme «moins mais mieux», à la slow santé qui propose de ralentir, de remettre du sens et de la conscience dans notre «consommation de la santé».
    Vous y trouverez les fiches détaillées des huiles essentielles par ordre alphabétique ainsi que des réponses aux maux les plus courants classés par sphère : respiratoire, nerveuse, cutanée, articulaire, digestive, etc. L'ambition de ce guide est de vous familiariser avec cette médecine alternative qu'est l'aromathérapie, en levant le voile sur les huiles essentielles, les huiles végétales et les hydrolats. 

  • Extrait
    I. Questions
    II. Conceptual Framework
    The Concept of Big Technology
    National Systems of Innovation
    The Concept of the Knowledge Society
    III. The Status of Research, Sources and Literature
    Research and Literature
    IV. Outline
    I. The Origins of ESRO
    The European Reactions to the Sputnik Launch
    First Discussions about the Establishment of a European Organisation Dedicated to Space Research
    Amaldi Meets Auger
    II. Swiss Involvement in the Early Discussions on a European Space Research Organisation Switzerland and the Amaldi/Auger Idea
    Swiss Politics Enters into the Negotiations on the European Space Research Organisation
    III. Swiss Foreign Policy in the Post-WWII Years
    IV. Setting up ESRO
    The Meyrin Conference
    COPERS Activities
    Switzerland and the Work of COPERS
    Alliance-Building in Switzerland
    V. The Case of ELDO
    VI. The Federal State and Science, Technology and Economic Policy in the Early 1960s
    I. Organising for Membership of ESRO
    The Ratification Process
    Institutional Measures
    II. The First Steps of ESRO
    III. Switzerland and ESRO's Science Programme
    The Space Science Activities of Swiss Research Groups
    The Swiss Discussions on the Funding of Space Research
    The Role of the Swiss Science Council Space Science without Special Funding
    IV. ESRO and Swiss Industrial Participation
    The Zenit Sounding Rocket
    The Principle of Fair Returns
    V. Applications Satellites - the First Package Deal
    The Advent of Applications Satellites
    The Interim Intelsat Agreements
    CETS Plans for European Communications Satellites
    The EBU steps in
    The "Comprehensive" Approach - the Causse Report
    The Swiss Attitude towards Applications Satellites
    Switzerland and the Launcher Question
    The Bad Godesberg Conference
    The First Package Deal
    Swiss reactions to the First Package Deal
    The Definitive Intelsat Agreements
    Intelsat as a Turning Point for Swiss Space Policy
    VI. The Post-Apollo Programme and Ariane - the Second Package Deal 1
    The Post-Apollo Programme
    The Birth of the Ariane Project
    The Second Package Deal
    Switzerland and the Second Package Deal
    The Ratification Process
    VII. The Transition from ESRO to ESA
    Developments at European Level
    Ratifying the ESA Convention in Switzerland
    I. The ESRO and ESA Science Programme of the 1970s
    The Second Decade of European Space Science Activities
    Giotto and Hipparcos - Two Major European Missions
    II. Swiss Scientific Participation in the 1970s
    The Space Science Situation in Switzerland in the Late 1960s
    The Development of Swiss Space Science in the 1970s
    Space Research and Swiss Science Policy
    III. The Industrial Component of Swiss Space Activities in the 1970s
    IV. From Development Phase to Operational Use - the Case of the Meteosat and Telecom Programmes
    The User - a New Category of Actor in European Space Policy
    The Meteosat Programme
    The Swiss Meteorologists and the Meteosat Programme
    The Telecom Programme
    Switzerland and the Telecom Programme
    V. The Discussions on a Swiss DBS System
    The Tel-Sat Request
    A DBS System and Swiss Media Policy
    Handling the Tel-Sat Request
    VI. ESA's Other Major Programmes - Ariane and Spacelab
    The Ariane Programme
    The Spacelab Programme
    VII. The Microgravity and Remote Sensing Programmes
    VIII. The Administration of Space Activities in Switzerland
    IX. Setting the Stage for the European Space Policy of the 1990s
    Switzerland and the ESA Ministerial Meetings of 1985 and 1987
    Planning for the 1990s
    The Swiss Influence on the Increase in the Science Programme Budget 308
    ESA's Science Programme of the 1980s and the Horizon 2000 Programme
    The Prodex Programme
    Switzerland and the Decisions of the 1985
    ESA Ministerial Meeting
    Switzerland and the 1987 ESA Ministerial Meeting 321
    Swiss Space Policy at the End of the 1980s
    I. The Importance of Foreign Policy
    II. Space Activities and Swiss Science, Technology and Industrial Policy
    The Rhetorical Strategy
    The Structural Weaknesses of the Swiss Federal
    State in Science, Technology and Industrial Policy
    The Comparison with the Case of Nuclear Technology
    III. Scientists
    IV. Industry
    V. The User Organisations
    VI. The Public
    VII. Closing Words
    Figures, Diagrams, and Pictures
    I. Sources
    Archives and other Unprinted Sources
    Printed Sources
    II. Literature
    Index of names

  • Extrait
    José Maria Dorado Gutiérrez
    lvaro Azcorraga
    José Maria Dorado Gutiérrez and Pedro Sanz-Aranguez
    José Rivacoba and José Maria Dorado Gutiérrez
    José Maria Dorado Gutiérrez and Miguel Angel Sabadell
    José Manuel Sanchez-Ron
    Miguel Angel Sabadell
    Miguel Angel Llorca Palomera et alii
    Miguel Angel Llorca and Pedro Pinto
    Fernando Artigas
    José Maria Dorado Gutiérrez
    Space Activity in Spain. Major Achievements
    Index of names

  • Finally, there's a complete work on all the technical and practical aspects of using an electric car! What is its real range? The running cost per mile? Where and how to recharge it? How to extend battery life? How many years can an electric car last? What are its real running and maintenance costs? How do you drive an electric car? The author explains the technology, functioning, and different way of using these new vehicles in language that everyone will understand.But that's not all.The electric car paves the way for the autonomous car and a new way to meet our mobility needs, i.e., "mobility as a service." With that, we are presented with a new world with different road and parking-lot engineering, delivery schemes, and individual travel patterns, but also one in which car dealers and local garages are fated to disappear. Indeed, what will happen to the car market when it is composed primarily of corporate buyers interested only in operating costs and cost price per mile?Motorists, automotive industry professionals, journalists, and political decision-makers will be looking for answers to cope with these radical changes. This book is the first one to tackle all their questions.The electric car revolution is already here, and that's just the beginning!

  • This anthology takes the ever-controversial discussion of pornography out of solely academic circles; it expands the questions about porn that academics might tackle and opens the conversation to those who know it best-the creators and users of porn. Features essays on non-traditional issues in porn, including celebrity sex tapes, virtual sex, S&M, homosexual porn, and technology's impact on the porn industry Features fascinating insights from psychologists, a lawyer, and an English professor, as well as industry insiders such as Dylan Ryder A fun, entertaining, and philosophically provocative approach to pornography, written for the general reader

  • Table des matières

    Chapter 1: Origins
    Chapter 2: The early history of ESRO
    Chapter 3: The early history of ELDO
    Chapter 4: Implementing ESRO’s first scientific programme
    Chapter 5: The science programme in the late 1960s: LAS and COS-B
    Chapter 6: The crisis in ELDO in the late 1960s and the first Package Deal for ESRO
    Chapter 7: ESRO embarks on applications : the telecommunications satellite programme
    Chapter 8: ESRO embarks on applications (with France): Europeanising Meteosat
    Chapter 9: ESRO embarks on applications (with the US): the aeronautical satellite
    Chapter 10: US-European relations: the Post-Apollo programme, Intelsat, and the availability of US launchers
    Chapter 11: European participation in the development of the Space Shuttle: a victory for clean interfaces
    /> Chapter 12: The collapse of ELDO and the Second Package Deal
    Chapter 13: Establishing the European Space Agency and the ESA Convention
    Chapter 14: Negotiating the Science Programme in the 1970s: Hubble, ISPM and Giotto
    Chapter 15: From applications satellites to operating organisations: ECS and Eutelsat
    Chapter 16: From applications satellites to operating organisations: Marots and Inmarsat, Meteosat and Eumetsat
    Chapter 17: From LIIIS to Arianespace
    Chapter 18: Getting Spacelab built
    Chapter 19: Using Spacelab for science
    Chapter 20: Planning ahead for science in the 1980s: Horizon 2000
    Chapter 21: Relaunching ESA: the Ministerial Meetings of 1985 and 1987
    Chapter 22: From Ariane 4 to Ariane 5
    Chapter 23: The European family of launchers
    Chapter 24: The International Space Station
    Chapter 25: International planetary science in the 90s and beyond: Saturn, Mars and ITAR
    Chapter 26: The European Global Navigation Satellite System Galileo: I. From conception to development
    Chapter 27: The European Global Navigation Satellite System Galileo: II. From development to implementation
    Chapter 28: Earth Observation. From Earthnet to GMES/Copernicus 385
    Annex I: Chronology
    Annex II: ESRO, ELDO and ESA launches and related missions
    Annex III: Planned ESA launches and related missions
    Annex IV: ESRO, ELDO and ESA Council Chairmen and Directors General
    Annex V: Bibliography
    Annex VI: Acronyms
    Annex VII: Index of names
    Annex VIII: Index

  • Berto's highly readable and lucid guide introduces students and the interested reader to Gdel's celebrated Incompleteness Theorem, and discusses some of the most famous - and infamous - claims arising from Gdel's arguments. Offers a clear understanding of this difficult subject by presenting each of the key steps of the Theorem in separate chapters Discusses interpretations of the Theorem made by celebrated contemporary thinkers Sheds light on the wider extra-mathematical and philosophical implications of Gdel's theories Written in an accessible, non-technical style

  • Practical Colonoscopy Jerome D. Waye, MD, Director of Endoscopic Education, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Mount
    Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY, USA
    James Aisenberg, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY,
    Peter H. Rubin, MD, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, Mount Sinai
    Medical Center, New York, NY, USA  Are you looking for a rapid-reference, step-by-step guide to teach you all that you need to know in order to perform high-quality colonoscopy? Then Practical Colonoscopy is the perfect resource for you.  Drawing upon their collective century of experience performing and teaching colonoscopy, Drs. Waye, Aisenberg and Rubin share the "pearls" and principles that they find most useful in every day practice. The team is led by
    Dr. Jerry Waye, one of the world's leading practitioners and teachers of endoscopy. Up-to-date, practical, clinically-focused, succinct and packed full of outstanding illustrations and videos, this multi-media tool guides you through the core aspects of best colonoscopy practice. Key features include: Lucid,step-by-step explanations of the techniques and principles that will help you to  achieve outstanding results A companion website that contains 39 videos illustrating important techniques, findings, and problems Text-boxes that highlight and organize the pearls and pitfalls of colonoscopy practice Line diagrams that illustrate important strategies and maneuvers High-resolution still photographs that depict important findings and techniques GI trainees will find this the perfect introductory guide to colonoscopy, and more experienced specialists will value it as a refresher tool that is replete with hundreds of new pearls provided by world experts.  Practical Colonoscopy is a must-have tool for today's colonoscopist.

  • The Handbook of Developmental Science, Behavior, and Genetics brings together the cutting-edge theory, research and methodology that contribute to our current scientific understanding of the role of genetics in the developmental system.  o Commemorates the historically important contributions made by Gilbert Gottlieb in comparative psychology and developmental science
    o Includes an international group of contributors who are among the most respected behavioral and biological scientists working today
    o Examines the scientific basis for rejecting the reductionism and counterfactual approach to understanding the links between genes, behavior, and development
    o Documents the current status of comparative psychology and developmental science and provides the foundation for future scientific progress in the field

  • Technogenarians investigates the older person?s experiences of health, illness, science, and technology. It presents a greater theoretical and empirical understanding of the biomedical aspects of aging bodies, minds, and emotions, and the rise of gerontechnology industries and professions­­.  A unique scholarly investigation into elders as technology users Emphasizes the need to put aging, science, and technology in the center of analyses of health and illness Explores the rise of gerontechnology industries and professions­ Offers a critical study of the transformation of aging bodies, minds, and emotions into medical problems in need of medical solutions Combines two scholarly areas - Science and Technology Studies and the Sociology of Aging, Health, and Illness - to produce innovative scholarship

  • Stroke is a leading cause of disability and death Early and rapid diagnosis of stroke is essential for identifying the optimum treatment strategy. Recurrence can be prevented if the underlying mechanism is understood. The earlier appropriate rehabilitation programmes can be started, the better the chance of a strong recovery. Stroke provides the foundations for practice that will enhance your patient's chances of recovery. The expert authors provide the evidence-based roadmap you need to provide the best bedside care including:  Bedside evaluation of the stroke patient Neurovascular imaging Treatment of acute ischemic stroke and  hemorrhagic stroke Diagnosis of stroke mechanism and secondary prevention Post stroke recovery Telemedicine for the acute stroke patient  Clinical in approach, practical in execution, Stroke will help you diagnose and manage your patients more effectively.

  • This book comprehensively reviews the potential of focal therapy and discusses why the changing face of prostate cancer warrants a change in the way we treat men with the disease. It deals with the mechanisms by which disease can be localized within the gland and then the different technologies used for focal ablation. Bringing together eminent contributors in one accessible reference, this book introduces focal therapy to all urologists, oncologists, and radiologists who are involved in the treatment of men with prostate cancer.

  • How can prenatal testing help your patients? In utero diagnosis has undergone an amazing revolution in recent years. More tests are available; the indications for prenatal diagnosis have expanded - you can now advise your patients about disorders you could not have previously detected. Medical training for obstetricians, medical geneticists, and genetic counselors has not kept pace with these developments. Clinical exposure to common and unusual problems in prenatal diagnosis is limited. Prenatal Diagnosis: Clinical Cases and Challenges, based on the authors' several decades of experiences, fills this gap. Real cases portray diagnostic problems as a route to the underlying biology, the available testing options, and the results that might be obtained. The authors discuss the challenges of management, interpretation, and counseling. Cases used throughout emphasize three types of clinical problems: Chromosomal abnormalities Mendelian disorders Fetal structural abnormalities The decision to enter the world of prenatal diagnosis should be very carefully considered by any prospective mother. Prenatal Diagnosis: Clinical Cases and Challenges will help you discuss the issues in an informed manner with your patients.

  • This pocket reference and revision guide is a must for all medical students and junior doctors preparing for major exams in clinical medicine or needing a rapid reminder of essential facts during a clinical attachment. Now thoroughly updated, this new edition combines the first editions of Rapid Medicine and Rapid Differential Diagnosis and contains reference to over 200 common medical conditions and diseases and 350 signs and symptoms encountered on a daily basis on the wards, in clinics and in exams. This concise, no-nonsense reference is presented in an A-Z format for easy access to information, and includes a thematic index with conditions sorted by speciality making it an ideal companion in any clinical situation.

  • This comprehensive resource for fellows/trainees and candidates for recertification in gastroenterology summarizes the field in a modern, fresh format. Prominent experts from around the globe write on their areas of expertise, and each chapter follows a uniform structure. The focus is on key knowledge, with the most important clinical facts highlighted in boxes. Color illustrations reinforce the text.

  • Endoscopy is the primary diagnostic method for GI complaints and is replete with an ever expanding array of therapeutic capabilities. Successful Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy will provide all gastroenterologists with the exact set of skills required to perform endoscopy at the highest level. GI trainees will find it a crucial primer for learning endoscopy; teachers will find it a guide to understand how best to develop the expertise of their students; and experienced practicing gastroenterologists will find it a useful refresher tool to brush up on their existing endoscopic skills and to familiarise themselves with new procedures, including issues of safety and competence while performing them. With contributions from internationally recognized leaders in endoscopy education and an endorsement by the World Organisation of Digestive Endoscopy, each chapter will examine the specific skill sets and procedure related tasks which must be mastered when learning a particular technique, including: Specific descriptions of accessories required Standard training methods for the procedure Optimal utilization of novel learning modalities such as simulators Quality measures and objective parameters for competency Available tools for assessing competency once training has been completed In addition to the 400 high-quality, outstanding colour photos, the book will come with a DVD containing over 130 annotated teaching videos of both actual procedures and ex-vivo animal model simulations. These videos will illustrate, in a step by step fashion the proper techniques to be followed, highlighting clinical pearls from the experts and the most common mistakes to avoid. Successful Training in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy will be a key purchase for all gastroenterologists, whether in training or experienced, to allow them to develop and perfect their endoscopic skills. It will be a particularly useful guide for those interested in mastering the latest new techniques and procedures and an essential reference for teachers of endoscopy and students alike.
    Note: DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file. These materials are available for download upon purchase.

  • In this landmark work, the author team led by Dr. Sean Carroll presents the general principles of the genetic basis of morphological change through a synthesis of evolutionary biology with genetics and embryology. In this extensively revised second edition, the authors delve into the latest discoveries, incorporating new coverage of comparative genomics, molecular evolution of regulatory proteins and elements, and microevolution of animal development.
    An accessible text, focusing on the most well-known genes, developmental processes and taxa. Builds logically from developmental genetics and regulatory mechanisms to evolution at different genetic morphological levels. Adds major insights from recent genome studies, new evo-devo biology research findings, and a new chapter on models of variation and divergence among closely related species. Provides in-depth focus on key concepts through well-developed case studies. Features clear, 4-color illustrations and photographs, chapter summaries, references and a glossary. Presents the research of Dr. Carroll, a pioneer in the field and the past president of the Society for Developmental Biology.

  • Food Allergy is a unique book which uses a scientific approach to cover both pediatric and adult adverse reactions to foods and food additives. Following the successful formula of the previous editions, Food Allergy has established itself as the comprehensive reference for those treating patients with food allergy or suspected allergy. This fifth edition has been thoroughly revised and updated. It is a practical, readable reference for use in the hospital or private practice setting. Each of the chapters is capable of standing alone, but when placed together they present a mosaic of the current ideas and research on adverse reactions to foods and food additives. The book covers basic and clinical perspectives of adverse reactions to food antigens, adverse reactions to food additives and contemporary topics, including a review of the approaches available for diagnosis. Food Allergy is directed toward clinicians, nutritionists and scientists interested in food reactions and will be an invaluable resource for all those working in this field.

  • Part of the popular `Notes On' series, this book is full of practical advice and information on diagnosing and treating common dermatological problems in small animals. The rapid reference format is designed to help you locate information as quickly as possible. Information on common dermatological complaints is offered in different ways to meet a variety of needs.  Firstly a problem-orientated perspective is provided, and then a disease-based perspective looking at what underlying problems cause particular diseases. This is followed by a section that looks at dermatological disease by anatomical location, and a section that outlines different treatments.  oSupplemented with full-colour photographs throughout to aid diagnosis oDetailed flow-diagrams illustrate the problem-orientated approach oText is laid out in note form for ease of reference This book is ideal for veterinary students, new practitioners and established professionals who need a quick refresher

  • The new edition of the best-selling Lecture Notes title is a concise introduction to clinical biochemistry that presents the fundamental science underpinning common biochemical investigations used in clinical practice. Lecture Notes: Clinical Biochemistry allows the reader to make efficient and informed use of the diagnostic services offered by their clinical biochemistry department. The result is a text that serves as a reference to the practitioner as well as the student. The book takes a system-based approach, with the underlying physiological rationale for any test explained in the context of disruption by disease. This leads naturally to an integrated and practical understanding of biochemical diagnostics. Including multiple choice questions (MCQs) alongside end-of-chapter case studies to help develop test-selection skills, Lecture Notes: Clinical Biochemistry provides the essential background to biochemical investigations and is an ideal course companion and revision guide for medical students, junior doctors on the Foundation Programme, general practitioners, and nurses and laboratory technicians.

  • This book builds on the success of previous editions, once again providing hepatologists the most current clinical guide on how to best treat the liver transplant recipient. With an international mix of experienced contributors, this new edition highlights initial indication and selection of the potential recipient, management of the donor organ, post-operative complications in the patient through to acute recovery, long-term follow-up, and continued health. This provides the user a complete guide to the correct clinical management of both the recipient and the donor organ through all stages of transplantation.