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Drug Shortages Affect Those Still in the Dark Ages – Furosemide by Adam THOMPSON Posted Thu 26 Aug 2010 5:24pm I have moved Rogue Medic to EMS Blogs . Also posted over at Rogue Medic and at Research Blogging . Go check out the rest of what is available at EMS Blogs and at Research Blogging. - In the current JEMS, there is an embarrassing article. Drug Shortage Possible in N.Y. It seems that the drugs that people are worried ... Read on »
Furosemide problems . . . by Ron Patient Expert Posted Fri 03 May 2013 7:12am As I’m writing a rather long post about hospital, I thought I’d take a break to write about a subject close to heart patients everywhere – diuretics and pee. I’ve been taking 40mg of Furosemide (Lasix), a day for over two years, and the effect has varied from modest to zero. Same dose in APH had me peeing round the clock every 15-30 minutes ... Read on »
Current Drug Shortages: Furosemide Injection (updated) by Health & Human Services Posted Tue 14 Aug 2012 1:09pm Hospira: 10 mg/mL; 2mL vial (NDC 0409-6102-02, Next delivery September. 10 mg/mL; 4mL vial (NDC 0409-6102-04), Regular deliveries with intermittent backorders; next delivery August. 10 mg/mL;10mL vial (NDC 0409-6102-10), Next delivery September. Read on »
Extreme Nausea – the problem finally solved… by Ron Patient Expert Posted Sun 05 Jan 2014 6:20am Despite what I thought previously the cause of my nausea might not be heart failure, as changing my Furosemide schedule has dramatically improved it. Not gone, but certainly minimised, to a level at which I can live with, and mostly disregard, it. I initially moved my Furosemide away from my main morning COPD and pain meds at 06.00, into ... Read on »
Health Headlines - July 26 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:23pm Presidential Panel Urges Better Care for Veterans A hike in benefits for family members caring for wounded soldiers was among a sweeping series of changes recommended Wednesday by a presidential commission appointed to suggest better ways to care for the nation's veterans. The nine-member panel, led by former Sen. Bob Dole (R-Kan.) and fo ... Read on »
Current Drug Shortages by FDA Posted Tue 22 Jun 2010 5:52am Drug Name Company Information Reason for Shortage Related Information Acyclovir Tablets and Capsules updated 5/21/2010 Teva Pharmaceuticals 1-800-545-8800 GlaxoSmithKline 1-888-825-5249 Mylan Pharmaceuticals 1-800-796-9526 ... Read on »
Teaching Airway - Part I - comment from Anonymous by Adam THOMPSON Posted Sun 11 Oct 2009 10:02pm In the comments to Teaching Airway - Part I, Anonymous writes - We get it, No. You do not get it. You misrepresent what I wrote. Maybe others get it and maybe not, but all I can tell from your comment is that you do not get it. This reminds me of debating other anti-science zealots. You attribute things to me that I ... Read on »
Teaching Airway - Part I - comment from Anonymous by Adam THOMPSON Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm In the comments to Teaching Airway - Part I, Anonymous writes - We get it, No. You do not get it. You misrepresent what I wrote. Maybe others get it and maybe not, but all I can tell from your comment is that you do not get it. This reminds me of debating other anti-science zealots. You attribute things to me t ... Read on »
Chronicles of the Heart, Part 2… by Ron Patient Expert Posted Sat 09 Apr 2011 8:16am My doctor hates me – I’m pretty sure of that. Of course, he might just be an idiot, but let’s go with what’s pisses me off the most, just for the hell of it! That’s the kind of mood I’m in at present. New reader update – just to stop me getting bored, I now have congestive heart failure (aka left ventricular failure**). The biggest problem ... Read on »
Chronicles of the Heart, Part 13… by Ron Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Jun 2011 5:21pm And here we have – yet another letter to my GP! The hospital doctor isn’t Dr. Dingbat, of course, but bloody should be! Incompetence personified. My advice, and I say this in all seriousness, is to refuse point blank if your appointment at St. Cath’s Hospital, Wirral (or any other for that matter), turns out to be with a GP with a special i ... Read on »