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Nathan's Post-Surgery Update - Part I by Nathan M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:41pm This post ended up being way too long, so I am going to split it into two parts. Okay, as many of you know, I was scheduled for a fistula revision surgery for Monday afternoon. I arrived at the hospital about an hour before my procedure was scheduled. The nurse said that she would have to hurry with my check-in because apparently I was supp ... Read on »
From Behind The Paper Gown by Elizabeth Waterstraat Posted Mon 07 Jan 2013 12:00am The last post was a huge relief.  An outpouring of everything I had been thinking and feeling.  And, hiding for some reason.  Maybe it was through secrecy or shame.  But what I want to say and what many of you have been saying to me is – that’s not right.  It shouldn’t be that way.  We need to talk about this. I’m writing this ... Read on »
I Found the Gown! by SIzzle Eats Posted Sun 21 Apr 2013 10:45am Yesterday I went dress shopping for the first time and had set up a few appointments to get started. I went with my sisters Maggie and Colleen, my mom and my friend Kaela. We started the day at David’s Bridal in Natick.  It was really kind of a great place to start the search. When we walked in the door, they gave us a quick tour of the p ... Read on »
The Chronicles Of My Narnia Kidneys by Littlemisssunshine Posted Sun 06 Apr 2014 3:37pm warning- if you can't read things about pee or bladders don't waste your time on this post About 26 years ago, when I was around the age of 4, I got my first bladder infection.  I don't remember it.  My parents tell me I was sick; high fever, lethargic, dehydrated.  The first infection I remember ever having was when I was about 7.  (mind you ... Read on »
This business spreads the nation's limb to widespread people in the form of Nhl gowns by jundian1860 Posted Thu 19 Jul 2012 7:24am     The National Skiing Nfl could possibly be the highest possible sum impressive and furthermore endorsed America hockey. This specific connections entered location of creation throughout the year 1920, along with however from the absolutely performer's situated correlation, they spreads the bicep around the well-known mankind by way of Nb ... Read on »
Put this gown on. And don't breathe... by catattack Posted Thu 28 Jun 2012 5:52pm I did finally hear from the Radiology department at the Cancer Center, about an hour later. My appointment for a CT scan is next Thursday. And, a little less than two weeks later, I'll be meeting with Dr. Stern to go over the results. The timing is very good. The clerk told me this will be a barium scan, which means I'll have to drink th ... Read on »
Book Review: The Blue Cotton Gown by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 01 Feb 2010 5:43pm Patricia Harman's Book, The Blue Cotton Gown immediately made me laugh.  Not long into it she also had me in tears.  I was drawn to review this book mostly by its simple title and that it was written by a midwife.  She was telling stories shared from her confessional or exam room, no doubt while her patients were wearing their blue gowns.  Havi ... Read on »
Book Review: The Blue Cotton Gown by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 02 Feb 2010 12:43am Patricia Harman’s BookThe Blue Cotton Gown immediately made me laugh.  Not long into it she also had me in tears.  I was drawn to review this book mostly by its simple title and that it was written by a midwife.  She was telling stories shared from her confessional or exam roomno doubt while her patients were wearing their blue gowns.  Having ... Read on »
Stuffing Paper Hospital Gowns in Gloves helping reduce the spread of MRSA by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 22 Mar 2009 3:55pm When you stop and think about the doctor stuffing the gown into the rubber gloves, it makes sense, even though they are going to end up in the same place, the trash, but less exposure over all and someone has to take out the trash too.  Anyone who was treating a MRSA patient was required to wear gloves and the paper gown, but it was still continu ... Read on »
Hospital Gowns Go Hi-Tech To Keep Patient Warm in the OR – Medicare Reporting Begins Friday on P4P by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 31 Dec 2009 12:12pm I wish these were around years ago when I had all my surgeries, as yes I remember the cold surgery rooms pretty well.  There are several videos here to view.  From the website: “The Bair Paws system is revolutionizing forced-air warming by providing clinicians access to comfort and clinical warming throughout the perioperative proces ... Read on »