Where would we be with out paper

As we all know paper was invented by the Chinese about 3000 years ago. In those days the European equivalent was leather and in Egypt we had papyrus. From all these three it seems that the only one to survive was the Chinese paper. The paper didn’t only survive but it became world wide used and actually it became some of the most important discoveries of man kind. If we were to take the historical importance of paper … a whole book could be written. Even in the modern age of technology that it is believed we are know living paper is very much still alive and kyckin. Lets face it paper is here to stay and be a part of our lives for a very long time to come.

From the earliest times in our lives as a person we use paper. Either as a small whipper for when we are children to drawing paper when we are in kinder garden school notebooks and at the end the daily papers we work on at the office at work. Paper is a very important factor of our daily lives and we must realize that.

To do so let’s just give and explore two examples of how paper can be of use in our lives at working in the office,

For this we will talk about plan printing papers and medical papers.

Another very important factor in our lives are hospitals. We all know that when one person gets sick the bet thing to do would be go to a doctor and if it is necessary medical care would be given in hospitals. Still a certain evidence of people must be kept, people that come and go , generally speaking sick people. In the case of a sic person that admits to a hospital certain measures must be taken. For this we have medical papers. Forms and other papers that the patient must fill in when he is admitted in. from now on a lot of forms will be circulating the hospital under the name of medical papers. After admittance the patient will receive a chart to know and see what drugs are being administered to him, and to also see his general status when fighting the disease he is suffering from.

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