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Aspiration Pneumonia Risks Premature Death in Alzheimer's by Susan Berg Posted Wed 08 May 2013 4:00am Caregivers and healthcare professionals, here is some great information Here is a great dementia resource for caregivers and healthcare professionals, Your residents will love the Amazon Kindle Fire Here is information on being the best caregiver you can be Here is a way for nurses administrators, social workers and other ... Read on »
Aspiration Pneumonia, Cardiac Event Monitor unboxed and some Oximeter Magic, and new sensors! by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Wed 02 Sep 2009 11:00pm Me with the Conmed Neonatal / Pediatric "Huggables" Electrodes. Click the picture above to see more of It’s about time I got these videos and pictures up. Reason things have been so delayed is ASPIRATION PNEUMONIA – PRE CONVERSION (AP/PC)We are keeping a very close eye on everything making sure it does not convert to full blown. I do ... Read on »
Pneumonia by Cheri Fraker Posted Sat 27 Feb 2010 12:00am Hi All. I have been sick the entire month of February. Two weeks ago I was diagnosed with pneumonia. This has been quite an experience and one I do not wish to repeat ever again. Next week, I am off to a pulmonologist and when I recover, I will take the pneumonia vaccine and start focusing on improving my respiratory function. My chest CT ... Read on »
Finding Natural Health Remedies for Walking Pneumonia by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 10 Dec 2009 11:50pm I’m finally back from a two weeks vacation to down under and it’s now back to a normal routine and mundane lifestyle. When I was in Australia, I shopped around for lots of natural health remedies and products including propolis, manuka honey and echinacea. As a believer in holistic treatment, I use these products for daily maintenance and treatme ... Read on »
Possible pneumonia again? by Carrie Ostrea Posted Wed 27 Oct 2010 12:01am Trachiitis has struck…again.    This is the fourth time in as many months.  We had a great week of very little secretions, starting to eat baby food again, and we were just ready to start the passy muir speaking valve again after dealing with trachiitis for the previous 3 weeks. It started a couple of nights ago when I was on my night shift ... Read on »
got a PO box, orders list updated, pneumonia, oximetry exceptions by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Sat 17 Oct 2009 10:02pm The PO box block (click for full size) As usual my sleep is suckage again. Yesterday (Technically, dammit) we went and opened my new P.O box which will ALLOW check donations (bank check only no personal checks) to be mailed safely and securely. It will also allow me to conduct business matters more officially. Orders list has been up ... Read on »
Big Scare – Possible Pneumonia by Hank Osborne Posted Fri 11 Jun 2010 7:39pm Caden may have aspirated this week during a choking incident.  Late morning Wednesday I was sitting at the kitchen table while Caden played on a  blanket in the family room with some Legos. Sherry was in the garage cutting JJ’s hair and Riley was in the play room.  All of a sudden Caden jumped up from his blanket in a panic and started com ... Read on »
Priority endocrinology order confirmed, endoscopy going priority, Pneumonia still sucking by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Sat 05 Sep 2009 10:40pm Medical Logo I forgot to blog this last night, we got confirmation that my priority endocrinology appointment is this Tuesday at 1 PM. This appointment is to deal with my “Moob” or man boob. We are also noticing my G-Tube pain is back along with slight bleeding at the site which produces more concern for internal ulcers. The doctor did not ... Read on »
Complications of Pneumonia by Cheri Fraker Posted Tue 02 Mar 2010 12:00am Abscess. An abscess in the lung is a thick-walled, pus-filled cavity that forms when infection has destroyed lung tissue. It is more commonly seen with aspiration pneumonia, when a mixture of organisms is carried into the lung. Untreated abscesses can cause hemorrhage (bleeding) in the lung, but targeted antibiotic therapy significantly reduces ... Read on »
WORKING CLASS DOGS AND LABOR DAY.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Mon 14 Sep 2009 7:53pm While most of us take a few days off to observe the Labor Day holiday weekend, we should remember that not everyone gets to kick back and relax for those 3 days. All of our police, fire, and emergency workers will be on duty. Likewise, many veterinarians and their hospital staffs will be available for those pet owners needing veterinary care. Lastl ... Read on »