**FREE Equine Colic Fact Sheet** The term “colic” strikes fear among us all, rightful so, as the incidence of colic in the general horse population has been estimated between 10 and 11% per year. Among domesticated horses, colic is a major cause of premature death and a recent study revealed colic was second only to old-age as the leading cause of death in horses. A condition we all must take very serious! Download your free fact Sheet now!
Rule of Nines for burn patients You can estimate the body surface area on an adult that has been burned by using multiples of 9. An adult who has been burned, the percent of the body involved can be calculated as follows: Head = 9% Chest (front) = 9% Abdomen (front) = 9% Upper/mid/low back and buttocks = 18% Each arm = 9% (front = 4.5%, back = 4.5%) Groin = 1% Each leg = 18% total (front = 9%, back = 9%)
General Dwight Eisenhower raises both arms and acknowledges the New York crowd's cheers. An estimated 4 million people turned out for his V-E (Victory in Europe) parade on June 6, 1945. (CSU_ALPHA_260) CSU Archives/Everett Collection