My analogy is an automotive one. Should you bring your car in for a repair to a bent fender and paint job, when you came back and found it painted…but the fender still bent, I doubt that the garage claiming the fender was straight would be a reason for you to pay full price.
Yet…in education the mere fact that the school system says it has achieved a grade X level is enough to take your tax dollar. It is a very well documented fact that the exit level high school students are NOT reading at the stated grade level.
Why do we pay for alleged accomplishment? What value does a false claim have?
Using trans epidermal nervous stimulation by way of an elastic sleeve and computer it is possible to create a peristaltic wave in the skeletal muscles. This, along with the valves in veins would assist the heart. Seen as effective for assist after auto collision when chest damage precludes traditional CPR..or possibly PAD