Chaka Town is a rural town in Ulan County, China. As of the 2015 census it had an area of 142.43-square-kilometre. The Han, Hui and Tibetan live here. After the establishment of the Communist State, it was renamed Chaka Commune in 1959, it was upgraded to a town in 1985. On October 14, 2016, it was listed among the first group of "Small towns with Chinese characteristics" by the State Council of China; the Chaka Salt Lake located within the town. Beef and mutton are important to the economy; the G6 Beijing–Lhasa Expressway passes across the town east to west. The Chaka railway station serves the town. Chaka railway is a branch line of Qinghai–Tibet railway; the area was used for location filming of the 2018 romantic comedy film Love in Chaka
The 2014 FINA Women's Water Polo World Cup was the 16th edition of the event, organised by the world's governing body in aquatics, the International Swimming Federation. The event took place in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia from 12 to 17 August 2014; the United States won the gold medal by defeating Australia 10-6 in the final. Spain captured bronze, beating China 7-5. 8 teams qualified for the 2014 FINA World Cup. They are split into two groups of 4 teams. After playing a Round-robin every team advanced to the quarterfinals; the best ranked team of Group A played against the fourth ranked team of Group B, the second ranked team of Group A against the third ranked team of Group B the third ranked team of Group A against the second ranked team of Group B and the fourth ranked team of Group A against the best ranked team of Group B. The winners of those quarterfinals advanced to the Semis and played out the champion while the losers of the quarterfinals competed in placement matches. All times are YEKT All times are YEKT 5th place bracket All times are YEKT All times are YEKT All times are YEKT Championship bracket All times are YEKT All times are YEKT All times are YEKT All times are YEKT Most Valuable Player Rowena Webster Best Goalkeeper Ashleigh Johnson Best Scorer Rita Keszthelyi — 22 goals Media All Star Team Ashleigh Johnson – Goalkeeper Kami Craig – Centre forward Rita Keszthelyi Ekaterina Prokofyeva Sun Yujun Roser Tarragó Rowena Webster "fina.org August 17, 2014"
The 1987 New Zealand National Soccer League was the 18th season of a nationwide round-robin club competition in New Zealand football. It was the first season in which 14 teams competed in the league, up from 12 in the previous season, was the first season with new sponsors Air New Zealand, leading to it being called the Air New Zealand Soccer League. Christchurch United finished as champions, seven points clear of Gisborne City. Auckland University were ejected from the league at the end of the season for failing to meet NZFA criteria, three teams were promoted from the regional leagues. Somewhat controversially, this included two teams from the central region and none from the southern league, although this was because the southern league was undergoing restructuring; the new teams included one returning to the league, one making their first appearance, a brand new team, Hutt Valley United, who were formed as a composite side from various Hutt Valley teams including Lower Hutt City and Stop Out all of whom kept their own sides as feeder teams to the new club.
The last-placed team in the 1987 league would have been relegated, but Dunedin City withdrew citing the financial overheads of travel in the league, so no team was relegated. The 1987 season was close until its final stages, with six teams in with a chance to win the title with seven rounds to go, with three teams fighting to avoid relegation at the other end of the table. At the top, Christchurch United proved stronger than the pretenders, pulling clear to win by seven clear points, their success included an excellent run through the latter two thirds of the season, in which they lost just one game in twenty and won all of their last seven fixtures. Keith Braithwaite hit a league record of six goals for the club in their match against Manawatu. Gisborne City held onto second place, but their season was plagued by an inability to convert tied matches into wins. A club record run of thirteen undefeated matches kept them in the title hunt. Third-placed Wellington United were capable goalscorers 52, but the team could only manage one win from their last four games and dropped out of the race.
Mount Maunganui celebrated their first appearance in the league with a creditable fourth place, had it not been for a mid-season form slump they could have finished higher. In a poor season for Auckland teams, Papatoetoe flew the Queen City's flag highest, finishing in fifth, they were on top of the table at the beginning of the season; the acrimonious sacking of coach Fred Goodwin late in the season created the wrong sort of headlines for the club. Below Papatoetoe came Napier City Rovers. Napier started brightly and briefly led the table, but had a poor second half to the season with seven defeats in their last 13 games; the top half of the table was completed by North Shore United, who distinctly had a season of two halves. Their first 17 fixtures with only one defeat saw them riding high, the club led the table for seven weeks, but the club's final nine matches produced a meagre five points. Mount Wellington finished in the lower half of the table for only the second time in eighteen years.
Their play was entertaining but inconsistent, they failed to string together two good performances in a row at any point. Hutt Valley United's league debut was inauspicious, as it found itself at the foot of the table after four matches, but they managed to turn their form around enough to finish comfortably in mid table. Manurewa looked on the cards to repeat the poor form which saw them at the foot of the 1986 league table, with seven straight losses in the first part of the season; the second half of the campaign saw enough of an improvement for them to limp up to tenth place and safety. Below them came Nelson United, who barely survived, they were rooted to the table's foot until two-thirds of the way through the season. After seven games it had yet to register a point and had only scored four goals. Dunedin City survived relegation but not the bank, they led the table after one match, having beaten Miramar Rangers 5–2, but, the season's highlight, it won just five of its remaining 25 games.
The team opted to leave the league at the end of the 1987 season, citing debts caused by the long travel necessary for the league's southernmost team. The club only survived for a further handful of seasons before disbanding. Manawatu United finished one place above last for the second straight season; the team managed only one home win all season, lost their final home game 1–8. Oddly, there was not a single sending-off for either side in any of Manawatu's games in the 1987 league season. Miramar Rangers were the lucky team to benefit from Dunedin's woes. Hilton, T. An association with soccer. Auckland: The New Zealand Football Association. ISBN 0-473-01291-X
Electrocardiography in suspected myocardial infarction has the main purpose of detecting ischemia or acute coronary injury in emergency department populations coming for symptoms of myocardial infarction. It can distinguish clinically different types of myocardial infarction; the standard 12 lead electrocardiogram has several limitations. An ECG represents a brief sample in time; because unstable ischemic syndromes have changing supply versus demand characteristics, a single ECG may not represent the entire picture. It is therefore desirable to obtain serial 12 lead ECGs if the first ECG is obtained during a pain-free episode. Alternatively, many emergency departments and chest pain centers use computers capable of continuous ST segment monitoring; the standard 12 lead ECG does not directly examine the right ventricle, is poor at examining the posterior basal and lateral walls of the left ventricle. In particular, acute myocardial infarction in the distribution of the circumflex artery is to produce a nondiagnostic ECG.
The use of additional ECG leads like right-sided leads V3R and V4R and posterior leads V7, V8, V9 may improve sensitivity for right ventricular and posterior myocardial infarction. In spite of these limitations, the 12 lead ECG stands at the center of risk stratification for the patient with suspected acute myocardial infarction. Mistakes in interpretation are common, the failure to identify high risk features has a negative effect on the quality of patient care; the 12 lead ECG is used to classify MI patients into one of three groups: those with ST segment elevation or new bundle branch block, those with ST segment depression or T wave inversion, those with a so-called non-diagnostic or normal ECG. However, a normal ECG does not rule out acute myocardial infarction; the 2018 European Society of Cardiology/American College of Cardiology Foundation/American Heart Association/World Health Federation Universal Definition of Myocardial Infarction for the ECG diagnosis of the ST segment elevation type of acute myocardial infarction require new ST elevation at J point of at least 1mm in two contiguous leads with the cut-points: ≥1 mm in all leads other than leads V2-V3.
For leads V2-V3: ≥2 mm in men ≥40 years, ≥2.5 mm in men <40 years, or ≥1.5 mm in women regardless of age. This assumes usual calibration of 1mV/10mm; these elevations must be present in anatomically contiguous leads. This criterion is problematic, however, as acute myocardial infarction is not the most common cause of ST segment elevation in chest pain patients. Over 90% of healthy men have at least 1 mm of ST segment elevation in at least one precordial lead; the clinician must therefore be well versed in recognizing the so-called ECG mimics of acute myocardial infarction, which include left ventricular hypertrophy, left bundle branch block, paced rhythm, early repolarization, pericarditis and ventricular aneurysm. There are researched clinical decision tools such as the TIMI Scores which help prognose and diagnose STEMI based on clinical data. For example, TIMI scores are used to take advantage of EKG findings for prognosing patients with MI symptoms. Based on symptoms and electrocardiographic findings, practitioners can differentiate between unstable angina, NSTEMI and STEMI in the emergency room setting.
Other calculators such as the GRACE and HEART scores, assess other major cardiac events using electrocardiogram findings, both predicting mortality rates for 6 months and 6 weeks, respectively. Sometimes the earliest presentation of acute myocardial infarction is the hyperacute T wave, treated the same as ST segment elevation. In practice this is seen, because it only exists for 2–30 minutes after the onset of infarction. Hyperacute T waves need to be distinguished from the peaked T waves associated with hyperkalemia. In the first few hours the ST segments begin to rise. Pathological Q waves may take greater than 24 hr; the T wave will become inverted in the first 24 hours, as the ST elevation begins to resolve. Long term changes of ECG include persistent inverted T waves. Persistent ST elevation is rare except in the presence of a ventricular aneurysm. Sgarbossa's criteria TIMI Risk Score for UA/NSTEMI and STEMI Heart Risk Scores Print out by American Heart Association
North West Hampshire is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2015 by Kit Malthouse, a Conservative. This constituency's results suggest a Conservative safe seat since its creation for the 1983 general election; the outgoing MP for Basingstoke, David Mitchell, was elected the first MP as he chose to represent the area carved out from the old seat, where he lived instead, served for fourteen years. On Sir David Mitchell's retirement in 1997 George Young won the seat and held it until his resignation in 2015. Young was MP for the marginal constituency of Ealing, Acton from 1974 to 1997, was Transport Secretary in the Government of John Major from 1995 to 1997, he ran for Speaker of the House in 2000 and 2009, being defeated on both occasions. Young was appointed Leader of the House of Commons in the coalition government following the 2010 general election, but returned to the backbenches in David Cameron's cabinet reshuffle of 4 September 2012 and returned to the government frontbenches as Chief Whip a few weeks in October 2012 in place of Mitchell's son Andrew Mitchell.
In 2015, Young was succeeded by Kit Malthouse a Conservative. The 2010 result placed the seat 31st of the 307 Conservative seats by share of the vote polled; the constituency is in the county of Hampshire focussed around the town of Andover which has small pockets of regionally high levels of social housing and unemployment. The economy is built on the military research and operations in the area and larger homes attracting wealthy older families and retirees, a high proportion of which are detached or semi-detached in both authorities covered and engineering industries and the ease of most areas to access London, Basingstoke and the Commuter Belt. Smaller towns in the constituency include Whitchurch. 1983–1997: The Borough of Test Valley wards of Alamein, Bourne Valley, Dun Valley, Harroway, Kings Somborne and Michelmersh, Nether Wallop and Broughton, Over Wallop, St Mary's, Tedworth and Winton, the Borough of Basingstoke and Deane wards of Baughurst, East Woodhay, Overton, St Mary Bourne, Tadley Central, Tadley North, Tadley South, Whitchurch.
1997–2010: The Borough of Test Valley wards of Alamein, Bourne Valley, Millway, St Mary's, Tedworth and Winton, the Borough of Basingstoke and Deane wards of Baughurst and Heath End, East Woodhay and Bourne, Kingsclere and North Waltham and Laverstoke, Sherborne St John and Whitchurch. 2010–present: The Borough of Test Valley wards of Alamein, Anna, Bourne Valley, Harroway, Penton Bellinger, St Mary’s, Winton, the Borough of Basingstoke and Deane wards of Baughurst, East Woodhay and Bourne, Kingsclere and North Waltham, Overton and Steventon, Tadley North, Tadley South, Whitchurch. UKIP selected Diane James for this constituency. In March 2015 James was replaced firstly by Malcolm Bint shortly afterwards by Susan Perkins. Bint became candidate in North Durham. List of Parliamentary constituencies in Hampshire Notes References