Social Media and Current Society
The paper discusses the increasing importance of social media in our lives. It emphasizes the human dependency on social media. By the start of this millennium, social media began to gain popularity as it was seen connecting people over continents and reducing distances simultaneously. The paper highlights the importance of social media in the daily lives of people all around the world. Social media has helped, grow awareness in different aspects of life. Social media has made life easier as people get to know the facts in the shortest time. As of today, the social media and people, both are intertwined and cannot be separated. This connection is interdependent and the best part is that it has proven to be the strongest one too. In the 21st century, it will not be wrong to say that social media plays a major role in the education of the upcoming generations.
Social Media, Communication, Technology, Society, Population
2. Wang X, Shen J, Feng SW. Xue X, Xu SQ. A prospective stydy of perineal pain after vagi-nal delivery. Chin J Pain Med 2014; 20: 490-493.
3. Wong CA. Advances in labor analgesia. Int J Womens Health 2009; 1:139-154.
4. Wang X, Xu S, Feng S. Postpartum perineal pain in the absence of obstetric anal sphinc-ter injuries: a prospective observational study. Sci Insigt 2013; 4:69-74.
5. Macarthur A, Macarthur C. Incidence, severity and determinants of postpartum perineal pain: a prospective cohort study. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2004; 191:1199-1204.
6. Leeman L, Rogers R, Borders N, Teaf D, Qualls C. The Effect of Perineal Lacerations on Pelvic Floor Function and Anatomy at 6 Months Postpartum in a Prospective Cohort of Nulliparous Women. Birth 2016; 43:293-302.
7. Dichtwald S, Ben HM, Papismedov L, Hazan S, Cattan A, Matot L. Intrathecal morphine versus intravenous opioid administration to impact postoperative analgesia in hepato-pancreatic surgery: a randomized controlled trial. J Anesth 2017; 31:237-245.
8. Sultan P, Gutierrez MC, Carvalho B. Neuraxial morphine and respiratory depression: find-ing the right balance. Drugs 2011; 71:1807-1819.
9. Capdevila X, Moulard S, Plasse C, Peshaud JL, Molinari N, Dadure C, Bringuier S. Effec-tiveness of Epidural Analgesia, Continuous Surgical Site Analgesia, and Patient-Controlled Analgesic Morphine for Postoperative Pain Management and Hyperalgesia, Rehabilitation, and Health-Related Quality of Life After Open Nephrectomy: A Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Study. Anesth Analg 2017; 124: 336-345.
10. Tan EC, Lim Y, Teo YY, Goh R, Law HY, Sia AT. Ethnic differences in pain perception and patient-controlled analgesia usage for postoperative pain. J Pain 2008; 9:849-855.
11. Apfelbaum JL, Horlocker TT, Agarkar M, Connis RT, Hebl JR, Nickinovich DG, Palmer CM, Rathmell JP, Rosenquist RW, Wu CL. Practice Guidelines for the Prevention, Detec-tion, and Management of Respiratory Depression Associated with Neuraxial Opioid Admin-istration:An Updated Report by the American Society of Anesthesiologists Task Force on Neuraxial Opioids and the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine. Anesthesiology 2016; 124:535-55.
12. Crowgey TR, Dominguez JE, Peterson LC, Allen TK, Muir HA, Habib AS. A retrospective assessment of the incidence of respiratory depression after neuraxial morphine admin-istration for postcesarean delivery analgesia. Anesth Analg 2013; 117:1368-1370.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.