Flying on WestJet’s low-cost carrier Swoop will come with a price: ancillary fees that will cost travellers about twice what they pay on the mainline carrier, the CEO of the Calgary-based airline said Tuesday.Gregg Saretsky said he expects non-fare fees on Swoop, which is set to launch in June, will be very similar to so-called ultra low-cost carriers in the U.S.“We’re about $19 per guest currently on the mainline operation and I would expect that we should be able to get (double) that on Swoop,” he said during a conference call Tuesday about its third-quarter results.WestJet’s (TSX:WJA) fees for services like flight changes, cancellations and checked bags increased 12 per cent in the third quarter to $117 million, or $18.64 per passenger.Between 60 and 70 per cent of Swoop travellers are expected to pay fees for carry-on and checked baggage, added Bob Cummings, who is heading up preparations to launch Swoop.However, higher ancillary fees will be more than offset by lower airport charges and base fares, he said.“Total ticket prices will be 30 to 40 per cent lower at the end of the day,” Cummings said in an interview.He said Swoop should capture some of the equivalent of 30 to 35 planeloads of Canadians who fly daily out of U.S. border airports.Swoop is set to launch with two 189-seat Boeing 737-800s. The fleet will increase to six planes by September and 10 in the summer of 2019.Swoop’s network of longer haul flights and ancillary charges will be unveiled in February when tickets go on sale and will ultimately provide flights both in Canada and to the southern United States and sun destinations.Modelled after the relationship between Australia’s Qantas Airways and Jetstar Airways Pty Ltd., Swoop will fly mostly to different destinations than WestJet, but may also supplement the larger airline on major city routes.Saretsky said Swoop will operate as an independent airline with its own reservation system, operator’s certificate and airport check-in counters staffed by its own employees.“We have been very resolute in wanting to build this at the absolute lowest (cost), so there will not even be connectivity between Swoop and WestJet,” he told analysts.Passengers flying on Swoop from Calgary to Toronto, for example, will have to collect their bags and recheck them for corresponding flights to Sudbury.Swoop’s financial results, however, will be incorporated with those of WestJet.Ed Sims, WestJet’s commercial executive vice-president, said there is still significant demand in the Canadian market to stimulate traffic at lower fares, especially using secondary airports like Hamilton, Ont. and Abbotsford, B.C.However, Cummings said WestJet believes there is room for only one major ultra-low cost carrier in Canada.Unlike startup competitors like Canada Jetlines Ltd. which is also set to fly next summer, WestJet’s existing operations could be used to carry passengers in case of service disruptions.Air Canada (TSX:AC) has said it will use its low-cost leisure travel subsidiary Rouge to compete on the very low-cost market in Canada.Meanwhile, WestJet said it expects the new widebody Boeing 787s that will start entering its fleet in January 2019 will help attract more business travellers.It plans to add lounges at its hubs in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver and will increase the use of its mobile apps for bookings, check-in and prioritized boarding.Saretsky said many Canadian corporations are looking for better deals because flying in Canada at the last minute can be expensive.“So as much as Air Canada might fight back, we have a massive cost advantage and a product specifically designed to accommodate that type of traveller.”WestJet saw its third-quarter profit grow by about 20 per cent compared with a year ago as it increased capacity and traffic.The airline said it earned a record $138.4 million or $1.18 per diluted share for the quarter that ended Sept. 30. That compared with a profit of $116.0 million or 97 cents per diluted share in the same quarter last year.Revenue totalled $1.22 billion, up from $1.12 billion, with premium economy seat revenues rising 19 per cent.
OTTAWA – Sticker shock and a limited selection are two main factors that discourage more Canadians from buying an electric vehicle, a new survey of car sales representatives suggests — two issues sure to be front and centre when Ottawa unveils its new electric car strategy later this year.But there’s another problem, the survey found: many salespeople lack even a basic grasp of how to answer burning questions from would-be buyers, such as how much an electric vehicle costs per year to operate, or how far it will go on a single charge.In the survey of 178 representatives across Canada, conducted for the federal Liberal government last winter, about half of dealerships in Canada said they sell fewer than five electric vehicles a year, with 14 per cent reporting no sales at all. About one-third don’t have a single electric model on display.Sales reps were most likely to mention the cost of an electric car or the lack of availability of electric cars as their main issues in trying to sell them.Supply issues, a lack of knowledge about charging networks and how far the cars can go were the biggest barriers to making the purchase, respondents said. Indeed, about one-third of them admitted knowing little about operating costs, range and where to find charging stations.Sales of electric cars do indeed increase every year — there were more sold in the second quarter of this year than in all of 2016. However, electric cars still only account for one out of every 50 vehicles purchased in Canada.The problem may be the limited upside of having a wide selection available and a thoroughly trained sales staff, said Matt Stevens, CEO of FleetCarma, an electric-vehicle fleet management firm based in Waterloo, Ont.Stevens recommends setting up a single dealership per manufacturer in a region that is the local electric car centre of excellence, with knowledgeable staff and a lot of models available for test drives.Passenger cars and trucks account for more than one-tenth of all Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions — and reducing that contribution is critical if Canada is going to meet its international commitments under the Paris climate change agreement.Several countries, including France, Ireland, the U.K., India and the Netherlands, have policies that will ban the sale of traditional combustion-engine passenger cars after a certain date, but Canada has not indicated an interest in doing the same here.The federal government is also consulting on whether Canada should follow the lead of the United States and ease tailpipe emissions standards for combustion-engine cars, or break away from its long-standing alignment with the U.S. on car emissions.Environment Minister Catherine McKenna released a discussion paper Monday seeking public feedback on the existing standards, which currently require tailpipe emissions to go down every year until 2025.The U.S. said earlier this month it would freeze regulations after 2021.
Rabat – Since it took the centre stage internationally as the fiercest and bloodiest terrorist group, ISIS has been successful in attracting thousands of men and women from all over the world.Many females joined the terrorist organization where they became brides of the group’s fighters, dreaming of “Jannah” (Heaven) and wives, greater in number and beauty, than the ones they already have, whether they willingly offered their bodies to them, or were forced to.Some of these brides were neither captives, nor recruits who joined the group by their own free will. One of them was a Moroccan who was lucky enough to escape her sordid life as an ISIS sex object. Here is her story, as she told it to the media. An Ideal Husband“It was a family marriage. I was just like any other girl getting what she wanted: a husband”, said Islam Maytat, a Moroccan young woman who lived for three years in ISIS camps, as she recalled her very sad experience.Maytat was first married to an Afghani man. They met through social media and soon connected. Her suitor came to Morocco and the two got married afterwards.Her spouse had a British nationality, and so Islam was hoping to live in Britain. The sweet dreams of life in a foreign country would turn, later on, to the worst of nightmares.Islam’s husband convinced her they had first to go to Afghanistan to see his family. After a month there, the Moroccan young woman could not bear staying in a country plagued by war, so she asked to go back home.She spent month and a half in Morocco before packed again, and this time her destination was Turkey. Her husband had convinced her he found a job there.Everything seemed normal until the husband started asking her to change the way she dressed. She got rid of her “Abaya” (traditional dress worn by women in Gulf countries), and put on a modern dress “in order not to arouse suspicions of the Turkish police”.Shortly after, Islam Maytat found herself crossing the Turkish-Syrian borders along with her husband and other strangers she met in the border city of Gaziantep.The Road To Daech“We are going to the land of Islam and Khilfah,” said the husband to the Moroccan young woman.She was in a state of shock but could not say anything. She could not protest even though she knew she was going to an inferno where war and destruction were all around.“I was afraid, and I thought I would better keep silent lest I get hurt. I was a stranger in the country. I decided to remain silent until I find a way to flee the place. I was scared they might discover what was going on in my mind and accuse me of apostasy or something like that. My fate would have been terrible”, said Islam Maytat.In her early 20’s, the Moroccan woman became a widow when her husband was killed in battle in 2014 after he joined the ranks of Daech. The young widow was pregnant with her first son, Abdullah.An ISIS BrideApparently there is not such a thing as a single mom in ISIS camps. That is why Islam soon got married to a friend of her late husband when she was in Raqqa.But soon after she asked for divorce and moved on to another house. Yet, she could not escape the fate of being married once again.The third husband was an Indian ISIS fighter who later on became the father of her second child, a baby daughter. Islam put on a condition to live among Syrian civilians and not the people who immigrated to join the terrorist group.Her idea was to look for a person who would help her escape from ISIS. “There, I met individuals from People’s Protection Units (YPG) and they were the ones who helped me get out of Raqqa. They took me to the territories held by Syrian Democratic Forces,” she said.The nightmare ended with her leaving ISIS held territories. She told the world about her plight in a press conference as she sat holding her young daughter on her lap, while her son was looking with amazed eyes to the many cameras filming the trio.It is hard to say it was a happy ending, but it is surely a new start for a woman whose determination helped her flee the inferno of ISIS. Hopefully, she begins a better life now.
She said when she phoned back a second time just moments later, it sounded like his mobile phone was “on speaker” and this time her husband came on the phone angry and shouting about her “needing a man.”The wife said it was during this call that her husband said: “You will see what I do to him.”Her husband said: “Why do you want to pick him up? Why are you asking where he is? You can’t live with your husband and so you take someone else. You are a bad person.”Balachandran of The Fleet, Springfield in Milton Keynes, was found guilty by the jury of murdering Mr Sivananthan on Thursday by the jury.The 17 year old was also convicted of the murder and a third man, Prashanth Thevarasa of Farrier Place, Downs Barn Milton Keynes was acquitted of Mr Sivananth’s murder and an alternative charge of manslaughter, but found guilty of causing him grievous bodily harm with intent.A fourth man, Kiroraj Yogarajah, 30, from Milton Keynes was cleared of the murder, the alternative charge of manslaughter, causing grievous bodily harm with intent and causing grievous bodily harm.The three found guilty will be sentenced in two weeks’ time.During the trial, the jury heard how Suren Sivananthan was held captive for 12 hours, plied with alcohol and beaten to death.He suffered 39 injuries to his head and neck.The 38 year old husband recruited Thevarasa, 24, and the 17 year old, who can’t be named for legal reasonsMr Sivananthan, who was 32, was abducted from the Secklow Gate shopping area near Milton Keynes Theatre on the afternoon of Friday January 20 this year.During the trial, the jury heard Balachandran’s wife and the victim had been friends years before when they were children living in Sri Lanka and attended the same school.Years later as her marriage to Balachandran hit the rocks and they split up, she decided to try and make contact with the boy she remembered from school and, using Facebook, they arranged to meet up in 2016.Mr Sivananthan was living in Canada but when he visited his sister in Germany shortly before Christmas last year, it was agreed he would visit Ragupathy in the UK.He arrived in Milton Keynes in early January of this year.Prosecutor John Price QC said the couple decided to keep their relationship private as she was still “technically” married to her husband.The husband was unwilling to accept her decision to end the marriage.“He continued to call her, to make contact with her and follow her around. He was obsessed with her in an unhealthy way,” said the prosecutor.He said the “traditional society” they came from wouldn’t have approved of their relationship and Mr Sivananthan was anxious that his family would not think badly of Ragupathy.Mr Sivananthan stayed with the wife at her home in Milton Keynes from January 10 this year and was due to fly back to Canada on Saturday January 21, the day he died. A jealous husband from Sri Lanka who beat a love rival to death in Milton Keynes in the UK is facing a life sentence after a jury found him guilty of murdering the man.Sri Lankan Gnanachandran Balachandran, 38, was incensed after discovering his estranged wife was seeing another man. He had been beaten to death. Balachandran’s wife Ragupathy Annalingham, who was in another part of the shopping area, was keeping in contact with her new boyfriend by mobile phone.But as she made her way to meet up with him, he told her he was being followed by her husband. The husband and another man grabbed Suren after he had briefly gone on his own to a shop in the centre. The couple were trying to keep their love a secret from the local Sri Lankan community in Milton Keynes and Suren told the wife to walk past him as if she didn’t know him.Luton crown court was told that she did and never saw him alive again.Hours later, his body was discovered outside a parade of shops in Great Linford, Milton Keynes. Mr Sivananthan had been held by the husband, another man and a 17 year old youth for some 12 hours before he died from his injuries.The wife told the court that at one point while Suren was being held captive by the group she spoke to him.She said he sounded as if he was in pain and she told the jury “He told me in Tamil ‘Everyone’s beating me up.’ He didn’t know where he was and the call ended.” Balachandran 38, who was watching his wife’s every move, organised the abduction of his rival, Suren Sivananthan, 32, after the couple had gone to the Secklow Gate shopping centre in Milton Keynes in January of this year.
More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Embed Code Links to what we discuss in this week’s show:FiveThirtyEight’s continually updated March Madness predictions.Ken Pomeroy’s college basketball ratings.FiveThirtyEight’s ongoing March Madness reporting.Michigan State’s historical SRS ratings.The “white paper” prepared by Val Ackerman on the state of women’s college basketball.How the Celtics are trying to balance the middle ground between tanking and greatness.New Zealand reaches the Cricket World Cup final for the first time. Welcome to this week’s episode of Hot Takedown, our podcast where the hot sports takes of the week meet the numbers that prove them right or tear them down. This week, we discuss the first weekend of March Madness and why Tom Izzo’s Michigan State teams always seem to beat expectations; whether the Princeton women, even in defeat, showed that they were criminally under-seeded; the rumors that the Oklahoma City Thunder may trade Kevin Durant before he bolts through free agency; and what it would take for cricket to go mainstream in the U.S.Stream the episode by clicking play above, or subscribe using one of the podcast clients below. By Chadwick Matlin, Kate Fagan, Neil Paine and Jody Avirgan If you’re a fan of our podcasts, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave a rating/review. That helps spread the word to other listeners. And get in touch by email, on Twitter or in the comments. Tell us what you think, send us hot takes to discuss and tell us why we’re wrong.CORRECTION (March 25, 12:14 p.m.): In this week’s podcast, we incorrectly said the Cricket World Cup uses the T20 format for matches. It uses the typical One Day International format, which gives each side 50 overs. That is still much shorter than the traditional “test” matches, but longer than T20, in which each side gets 20 overs.
The new Linden asphalt plant has the capacity to produce 160 tonnes of asphalt per hour, according to Managing Partner of Associates Construction, Ronald Lewis.The construction company recently assembled the portable plant in the mining town and gave officials a tour of the facility and a preview to its operations.Lewis said the previous plant which was erected in the community had the capacity to produce only 30 tonnes per hour, but this plant will produce up to 5 times more the amount of the previous one.“Well we upgraded it because we seeing the potential in Linden. So 160 tonnes per hour…”, Lewis boasted. The low emission plant situated at Christianburg (Bucktown area) is well equipped with pollution control units located both in front and at the back and is controlled by a low emission generator. As a result, Lewis said no dust nor scent can escape, only minor emissions from the fuel that it burns.This he explained is in keeping with the President’s vision of having a greener Guyana. “It’s a low emission plant. As the supplier tells me, this is the only kind in the Caribbean. This plant is mainly designed for countries with strict emission laws…”, he further noted.Lindeners to be given first priority for employment. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedFour companies submit bids for asphalt plant foundationJuly 26, 2019In “latest news”Bartica gets asphalt plantAugust 15, 2016In “Business”Sugar consultations have come to an end- Agriculture MinisterJuly 7, 2017In “Business”
When I got my first PC it was a Hewlett Packard 486DX-66 running Windows 3.11. I have no recollection of ever having used Windows 1.0-3.0 as the computers we used at school were BBC Micros, so my home PC was my first Windows experience. This video is therefore both informative and a visual reminder of all the installs I went through since those early days.The Windows 95 installation is a very clear memory for me because it was so different. As the video shows, it had moved on from just using text to using graphics, differently formatted text, and window layouts. Add to that the fact the final operating system was also very different and I bet it’s a standout Windows memory for anyone who bought and used it.As the voice over guy in the video rightly points out, Microsoft should be commended for producing such a good upgrade path through the operating system versions. While the process doesn’t retain all the settings you make, the fact a single machine today can have all the upgrades applied with very few problems occurring is impressive. Managing to keep the two installed games in place for nearly 20 years also deserves recognition.With our continuing move towards using web-based services, spending most of our time online, and the forthcoming Chrome OS, you have to wonder how much longer Windows can keep being released and used in its current form. Will cloud-based operating systems eventually become dominant, or will Microsoft’s tried and tested offline OS see off all challengers and take us into the next decade?Read more at WinRumors
Craig Bellamy has tipped Manchester City to successfully defend their Premier League crown, despite being seven points adrift of leaders LiverpoolPep Guardiola’s side have lost three of their previous four league games to slip from top spot to third in the standings this month.Meanwhile, Liverpool have taken full of advantage of City’s struggles to build a six-point cushion over second-place Tottenham after embarking on an eight-match winning run.But Bellamy, who played for both Liverpool and City in his playing days, expects the latter to emerge as champions at the end of the season.“I don’t believe Liverpool will go unbeaten, they will lose one or two games, and I personally think Man City will win the league,” Bellamy told Sky Sports.“I think Pep Guardiola would be rubbing his hands saying ‘game on – last year, we won it so comfortably, now let’s see what we’ve got’.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“They have a manager who is a serial winner so they have a lot of factors that they can look back on.“With seven points to make up, especially over the Christmas period, you can get that back. Don’t write Man City off yet.”The former Cardiff City and Celtic striker believes a key factor that will determine Liverpool’s season will be how they bounce back from their first defeat.“It’s how they respond, those are the key moments,” added Bellamy.“I remember losing the league title on the last day at Celtic. Having that experience next time around with Cardiff in the Championship, it was like ‘calm down, take one game at a time, just win the next game and don’t worry about who we have got in three weeks.’”
Follow Jack’s progress on the “Jack’s Journey” Facebook page, www.facebook.com/jacksjourney2.Financial donations to help the family cover medical and related expenses can be made to the “Jack’s Journey” account at Pacific NW Federal Credit Union, 5411 N.E. Highway 99 in Vancouver.Cards, letters and drawings can be mailed to Jack Conover, #380, 5130 40th Ave. N.E., Seattle, WA 98105.In less than two weeks, Jack Conover went from being a 7-year-old in need of a heart transplant to a vibrant boy walking out of the hospital with a new heart.The Ridgefield boy, born with a congenital heart defect, underwent a heart transplant June 14 at Seattle Children’s Hospital. On June 27, Jack walked out of the hospital with a healthy heart beating in his chest and a body recovering from the massive surgery faster than doctors expected.“It’s pretty crazy,” said Jack’s mom, Kelly Conover. “There are a lot of people doing double takes.”While Jack is progressing quickly, his body is still healing. Jack is taking immunosuppressants that make him vulnerable to illness. A common cold could land Jack in the hospital, so he isn’t allowed to be around crowds or do other things that expose him to excessive germs, such as climbing on playground equipment. When he does go out in public, he often wears a mask.While Jack has more energy since the surgery, he still tires easily as his body continues to heal.“Even though he’s doing really well, it’s only been a month,” Kelly said. Jack and Kelly are currently staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Seattle. A space opened up there not long after Jack was released from the hospital.
Nizam HazariThe Supreme Court on Tuesday formed new bench to hear a writ petition that challenged the legality of parliament membership of ruling Awami League leader Nizam Uddin Hazari, reports UNB.The single bench of justice Abu Taher Mohammad Saifur Rahman will hear the petition, said Satyaranjon Mandal, lawyer of the petitioner.On Monday, the single HC bench of justice Farid Ahmed expressed embarrassment to hear the petition over the legality of Nizam holding a parliamentary seat and sent it to the acting chief justice.Later, the acting chief justice assigned the bench for hearing and disposing of the petition.The High Court felt embarrassed to hear the writ petition for eight times and gave split order once after hearing the plea.On 6 December last year, a HC bench delivered a split verdict on a writ petition challenging the legality of AL MP Nizam Uddin Hazari’s parliament membership.Senior judge of the bench, Justice Md Emdadul Huq, declared the election of the Feni-2 constituency MP, Nizam Hazari, illegal, while the junior judge of the bench, Justice FRM Nazmul Ahsan, rejected the petition.In 2014, Shakhawat Hossain Bhuiyan, a Juba League leader of Feni, filed the writ petition with the HC, attaching a newspaper report of 10 May 2014, stating that Nizam Uddin Hazari had been awarded 10 years of imprisonment in an arms case, but had been freed from prison two years and 10 months before his jail term was completed.
A Dhaka court on Wednesday placed one of the drivers of ‘Jabal-e-Noor Paribahan’ bus which killed two college students in a road accident on Airport Road on 29 July in the city, on a seven-day remand for interrogation.Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate HM Toaha passed the order when DB police inspector Kazi Shariful Islam, the investigation officer of the case, produced him before the court seeking remand, news agency UNB reports.Police arrested the accused driver, Masum Billa from Barguna district sadar on Tuesday afternoon, Kazi Shariful Islam informed the court.The development came one day after the Dhaka court sent four people– bus drivers Sohagh Ali and Mohammad Zubayer, and two helpers – Enayet Hossain and Mohammad Ripon to jail over the killing.Dhaka Metropolitan magistrate HM Toaha passed the order when Riyad Ahmed, sub-inspector of Cantonment Police Station and also the investigation officer of the case, produced them before the court seeking a 10-day remand prayer.The court also fixed 6 August for hearing after the investigation officer produced them before the court seeking a 10-day remand prayer.Diya Khanam Mim and Abdul Karim Rajib, students of the college section of Shaheed Ramiz Uddin School and College, were killed as a bus ploughed through some students in front of Kurmitola General Hospital on Airport Road on 29 July.A case was filed over the accident with Cantonment Police Station on Sunday night.
January 2014 Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade in Baltimore, MD. (Photo Courtesy BOPA Facebook)Baltimore City honors the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with regional marching bands, color guards, steppers, equestrian units, dance squads, civic organizations, and floats. The parade steps off at Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Eutaw Street, continuing south on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard on Jan. 18 at noon. For more information, visit promotionandarts.org.
SafeDisc and SecuROM are two of the most reviled DRM technologies to ever hit Windows, and gamers had plenty of reasons to dislike them. Microsoft isn’t keen on them either.When Windows 10 arrived, gamers found that some of their favorite older games would no longer fire up. Microsoft, it turned out, had declared both SafeDisc and SecuROM to be security risks. To that end, they made sure neither DRM scheme would function on Windows 10 systems.Now, they’ve decided to extend some of that protection to previous Windows versions, too. Microsoft has pushed a Windows Update to Windows 7 and Windows 8 that cripples SafeDisc. That’s good news from a security standpoint, but what if you feel like firing up some of your classic games that happen to rely on its DRM?Microsoft has provided a workaround. In the notes they provided for update MS15-097, they’ll walk you through the steps that are required to make SafeDisc functional again. The process they’ve posted involves a bit of command line tinkering or registry modification, but as long as you follow along it’s unlikely that you’ll damage anything.When you’re done playing, Microsoft advises that you disable the DRM service again. It’s still a security risk, after all. If you’re looking for a more permanent fix that won’t put you in harm’s way (depending on where you download them from, at any rate) you can always go grab no-CD patches for any SafeDisc-infested games you want to play.Or, if you don’t mind parting with a little of your hard-earned cash, you could always buy new copies that aren’t hobbled by unsupported DRM tech that puts your system at risk.[Image courtesy of Noah Hall on Flickr]
Feature | June 11, 2015 | Dave Fornell CT Perfusion Imaging Ready for Mainstream Cardiac computed tomography angiography (CCTA) is known to have excellent anatomical imaging, but has lacked the… read more November 12, 2009 – William Ganz, M.D., an internationally-recognized leader and inventor in heart medicine, died Tuesday night of natural causes at the age of 90. Dr. Ganz’ life spans from his 1919 birth in Kosice, then a small town in Central Europe and his education at the Charles University School of Medicine in Prague to his World War II incarceration in a Nazi labor camp, survival in the Jewish underground in Budapest, and his later daring escape from communism when he and his family emigrated to the United States. Soon after arriving in Los Angeles with his wife, Magda, and their two sons, Tomas and Peter, in 1966, Dr. Ganz joined the fledgling division of cardiology at Cedars-Sinai. In 1970, Dr. Ganz and then-Chief of Cardiology H.J.C. Swan, M.D. invented a balloon-tipped catheter to assess heart function in critically ill patients. The following year, Dr. Ganz developed a new method for direct measurement of blood flow in humans. His measurement technique was then incorporated into the Swan-Ganz Catheter. Both the catheter and the Ganz measurement method are today used by physicians worldwide, and are still the gold standards in cardiac medicine. In 1982, Dr. Ganz collaborated with P.K. Shah, M.D., now director of the cardiology division at the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, to conduct the first studies in treating heart attacks by dissolving coronary artery blood clots. Cedars-Sinai became the first medical center in the U.S. to test this therapy in humans. Today, throughout the world, clot-dissolving therapy is the standard treatment for heart attack patients. “Dr. Ganz was a giant in medicine and in life,” said Dr. Shah, director of the cardiology division at the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute and the Shapell and Webb Family chair in clinical cardiology. “He changed the lives of millions through his significant contributions to medicine, but he never lost sight of the importance of family and friends. He has left us a rich and enviable legacy.” In 1992, Dr. Ganz was awarded the Distinguished Scientist Award of the American College of Cardiology. Memorial services are to be held Thursday at Mount Sinai Memorial Park in Hollywood. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be sent to the American Heart Association and the American Cancer Society. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | January 15, 2015 Society of Interventional Radiology Launches New Brand Reinforcing Commitment to Develop New Treatments The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) unveiled a new brand for the society and its research organization, the… read more News | September 11, 2014 Tax Savings Not Only Benefit to Medtronic-Covidien Deal U.S.-based Medtronic said it would purchase Ireland-based Covidien for $42.9 billion, combining two of the world’s… read more Real time radiation dose monitoring in the cath lab enables staff to see their level of exposure any time and can alert them when their levels are spiking. Staff wearing RaySafe i2 real-time dose monitoring badges. Technology | March 25, 2015 FDA Clears Toshiba’s CT/Angiography Dual Modality Interventional Lab Imaging System The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared Toshiba America Medical Systems new Infinix 4D CT system to… read more News | December 23, 2014 Philips Partners With Image Stream Medical to Expand Integration for Image-guided Therapies Philips has signed an agreement with Image Stream Medical (ISM) that allows Philips to further expand its hybrid suite… read more News | February 13, 2015 Shimadzu Announces First U.S. Trinias Digital Angiography System Installation Shimadzu Medical Systems announced the first United States installation of its Trinias C-12 crossover system at First… read more Related Content read more Feature | May 07, 2015 Real Time Monitoring of Staff Dose in the Cath Lab Physicians and staff working in cath labs are constantly exposed to direct X-ray beams and scatter radiation…. read more News | April 01, 2015 Variations in Use of Physician Preference Items Affect Patient Outcomes and Costs UHC has released the findings of a new study that evaluated the use of medical devices based on cost and quality… read more Feature | June 12, 2015 Ultrasound to Breakup STEMI Causing Clots in Heart Attack Patients Breakthrough Research Demonstrates Contrast Ultrasound Can be Used as Heart Attack Treatment Technology | October 21, 2014 Siemens Gains FDA Clearance of Acuson SC2000 Prime Ultrasound System Siemens Healthcare has announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the new Prime edition of… read more Siemens Gains FDA Clearance of Acuson SC2000 Prime Ultrasound System. News | November 12, 2009 Pioneering Cardiologist, Co-Inventor of the Swan-Ganz Catheter Dies An example of Vital Images’ CT perfusion software, showing an infarct (black) and ischemic defects (dark purple). Data also can be shown on a bulls eye plot.
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which the finance department estimates would bring in $7. both of which support agriculture. “However, an astronomer at UC Santa Cruz who works with VELA." says Avishai Dekel, “As we inch closer to elections, and brought the artifacts excavated by his team back to Stockholm) As ancient graves were vandalized and wrecked for artifacts and as the market for forgeries grew experts worried how far it would go For example in 1901 after completing five months of field work in northeastern Arizona Dr Walter Hough an ethnologist for the National Museum (a precursor to the Smithsonian Institution) concluded “The great hindrance to successful archaeologic work in this region lies in the fact that there is scarcely an ancient dwelling site or cemetery that has not been vandalized by ‘pottery diggers’ for personal gain” So the Antiquities Act which gave the President the power to set aside land as “historic landmarks historic and prehistoric structures and other objects of historic or scientific interest” was a seen as a possible solution especially in that Progressive era of social activism and political reform President Theodore Roosevelt started using it immediately proclaiming Devils Tower in Wyoming (a spiritually significant site in the local Native American community) the first national monument on Sept 24 1906 Get your history fix in one place: sign up for the weekly TIME History newsletter In the years that followed he also used that power to protect a wide range of natural wonders He would go on to use the act to designate 14 more national monuments including the Grand Canyon and California’s Muir Woods and he is remembered as the country’s first conservationist president And that is exactly what Harmon argues Congress could have expected (Current Interior Secretary Zinke might have expected it too: he is a self-proclaimed “unapologetic admirer of Teddy Roosevelt” who went viral for riding a horse to the department’s Washington DC headquarters on his first day of work has said he believes the 26th president “had it right when he placed under federal protection millions of acres of federal lands and set aside much of it as national forests”) It was no surprise that Roosevelt used the power broadly In fact Harmon adds though members of Congress debated whether to include an acreage limit like 320 acres that did not make it into the bill that became law Since then 16 presidents have used the Antiquities Act to designate 157 national monuments So far Harmon says presidents have usually only rolled back national-monument designations for national monuments that they have personally designated But the debate over public use of these lands has changed On the one hand awareness of the importance of environmental protection has grown and it has become clear how important preservation of areas like national monuments can be On the other hand in the early 20th century when the West wasnt as populous this kind of federal authority was widely accepted Designating monuments helped the local economies and drew visitors to these isolated areas “But then the population fills in and states’ rights [advocacy] rears its head and people become concerned that for every park thats created it’s taking private taxable land and making it public place” says Dwight T Pitcaithley former chief historian at the National Park Service This argument came up recently when Barack Obama used the Antiquities Act more than any other president to set aside more than 39 million acres of land for federal protection While the original intent of the 1906 law was to stop people from doing whatever they wanted on historic sites in recent years people have gotten angry that they can’t do whatever they want on these public lands This populist sentiment argues that the Antiquities Act’s method of setting aside public lands is actually taking land away from the public limiting the places they can drive ATVs or graze their livestock as Pitcaithley explains Most recently in 2016 Republican state lawmakers in Utah have fought against Bears Ears‘ national monument designation Yet Will Shafroth CEO of the National Park Foundation and grandson of Colorado US House Rep John Shafroth one of the original backers of the Antiquities Act sums up the importance of the Antiquities Act in a way that may resonate with President Trump: “It’s a tool that Presidents can use to set aside something special for the country for future generations” Write to Olivia B Waxman at oliviawaxman@timecom By Sarah N Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Russian company accused by US prosecutors of funding a propaganda operation to tilt the 2016 presidential election in President Donald Trump’s favour and stir disharmony in the United States pleaded not guilty on Wednesday at a court hearing Concord Management and Consulting LLC is one of three entities and 13 Russian individuals indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office in February in an alleged criminal and espionage conspiracy to tamper in the US race boost Trump and disparage his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton The indictment said Concord is controlled by Russian businessman Evgeny Prigozhin who US officials have said has extensive ties to Russia’s military and political establishment Mueller’s indictment said Concord controlled funding recommended personnel and oversaw the activities of the propaganda campaign "We plead not guilty We exercise the right to a speedy trial" the company’s defence attorney Eric Dubelier said in the arraignment before Magistrate Judge G Michael Harvey in federal court in Washington Prigozhin also personally charged by Mueller has been dubbed "Putin’s cook" by the Russian media because of his catering business that has organised banquets for Russian President Vladimir Putin and other senior political figures He has been hit with sanctions by the US government Mueller’s indictment said the Russian defendants adopted false online personas to push divisive messages travelled to the United States to collect intelligence and orchestrated political rallies while posing as Americans Moscow has denied meddling in the election Mueller also is investigating whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia and whether the president has unlawfully sought to obstruct the probe Trump has denied collusion and obstruction calling Mueller’s investigation a "witch hunt" Russia does not have an extradition agreement with the United States making it difficult to apprehend the Russian defendants Concord last month revealed in a court filing it had retained US-based attorneys Dubelier and Katherine Seikaly of the law firm Reed Smith to defend it Mueller’s office tried unsuccessfully to win a delay in the arraignment saying it was unsure if Dubelier and Seikaly were authorized to represent Concord because the Office of the Prosecutor General of Russia had declined to accept a court summons In court filings they took issue with questions from Mueller’s office about which corporate representative would appear in court for Concord and who was paying their legal fees The judge set a status hearing for May 16 (Reporting by Sarah N Lynch; Editing by Will Dunham) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed the Sultan of Sokoto, generating a panorama with 1. 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we have deployed our men to the area and very soon I will feed you with details” On the number of casualties from the side of his officers and men Tanko said although some of his men were wounded in the attack none of them has died Meanwhile the commissioner said with determination to end the violence perpetrated by terrorists in the region particularly in Bama Gwoza Damboa Council areas the State Command under the recommendation of the Police Service Commission has promoted the Area Commander of Bama Mr David Dangiwa from the rank of Chief Superitendent of Police to Assistant Commissioner of Police while Officer in-Charge of Operations Mr Aminu Koji has moved from Assistant Commissioner to Deputy Commissioner of police with immediate effect Briefing his officers and men at the Police Headquarters on Monday Tanko said the promotion of the two officers was in line with the ongoing police reforms aimed at tackling crimes and other terrorists activities in the country He therefore urged the newly decorated officers to exercise their duties without fear or favour devoid of corruption injustice and ethnic consideration Christmas has come early for one US neighbourhood so a little boy who has just a month to live doesnt miss outTwo-year-old Brody Allen has ETMR tumours (embroynaltumour with multilayered rosettes) a rare form of cancer and was told he had just two months to live in AugustCredit: Team Brody/FacebookLittle Brody was taken into hospital after suffering from dizzy spells and his family were given the devastating news that he had four tumours on his brain and one on his spine After spending 98 days in hospital Brody was discharged and his family warned that he had just two months to live The family from Cincinnati Ohio has since decided to make sure every day is packed full of happy memories and fun for Brody – including celebrating Christmas early so he wouldnt miss it Hearing about their plans Brodys neighbours rallied round and also put up their decorations early with fairy lights candy canes and huge Christmas figures They also sent the little boy Christmas cards to help him make feel more festive Brodys dad Todd said: "We do Christmas big For us its about family time and those memories and traditions that you cant ever get back" Todd a truck driver says hes not worked since the diagnoses and has decided to spend all his time making sure his son is happyCredit: Team Brody/Facebook In a Facebook post Todd wrote that Brody has no idea how sick he is and that he little boy doesnt care as he would rather just have fun and enjoy every minute Speaking to WCPQ he added: "Hes happy Hes enjoying life Thats how were going to spend our days I work every day to make him happy" The family say despite the doctors prognosis they really dont know how long they have left with Brody but whether its a week or months they want to make sure he has the best most loving life possible Credit: Facebook/Team Brody The family has also set up a GoFundMe page to help raise funds for treatment which has raised $6505 of a $15000 target You can donate here Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Team Brody Topics: Inspirational Feels And now Ive dedicated my life to being whoever it is that I want to be, It was the second emergency landing in China in less than a month.A KIND OF MURDERDec. 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