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Peritoneal Dialysis by Paula K Posted Sun 04 Mar 2012 5:11pm After flitting round making sure the house was reasonably presentable for the PD* nurse she came in through the front door, stopped briefly in the hall/dining room and then we went through to the lounge. This was without venturing anywhere near the kitchen or upstairs at all. Mind you, you could guarantee that if I’d not put things away (like B’s ... Read on »
Recycling Plastic Bottle Caps by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 10:26pm As in many places around the country, waste managers in New York City ask residents to chuck plastic bottle caps in the trash and take only bottles out to the curb for recycling. Green Life editor Josie Garthwaite explained why on NPR 's Bryant Park Project this morning. (Hint: It has to do with markets and melting points.) If you're curio ... Read on »
They even have a really collection in playing golf plastic bags and caps by dragonsmith Posted Tue 26 Feb 2013 6:19am They even AAA Jordans have a really collection in playing golf plastic bags and caps, as they have now show up to be known for top quality sportswear and never only the athletic sports activities sneakers that The midsection of the shoe has the zoom panel, and a pouch for air back near the heel for additional impact protection due to jumping or r ... Read on »
do you need to remove the plastic caps from a new water heater? by Cheap MLB258 Posted Sat 28 Jul 2012 8:23am Kangol hats are created by Kangol, an British outfits organization that is most well-known for its less difficult. The organization was established in 1938 and has created several different types of New Era Hats Clearance for employees, players, and most generally, military.One factor worthwhile to learn about these is that the most typical K ... Read on »
My IQ is Wading in the Shallow End of the Gene Pool by Stacy Without An E .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:57pm If you read my blog for any amount of time (and God help you if you do) you know that I rail against stupid people because I possess such a hatred for them. And because they're everywhere. They block aisles. They're mouth breathers. They vote for people based on their acting resume. But I have now become one of them. ... Read on »
Microprocessor Prosthetic Knees by jothyr Posted Sat 11 Oct 2008 12:00am People ask me all the time what the microprocessor in the knee of my prosthesis does (and why the heck it costs $50,000!). So I decided to delve deeply into this and then try to explain it to everyone else. First I need to tell you how the old ones worked. Old Style Prosthetic Knees  The old style knee required you swung the leg out, ful ... Read on »
Kamal on dialysis - my dialysis video by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 19 Jan 2009 1:17am I had my brother take a video of me starting dialysis myself one night. A lot of editing - removing the inconsequential parts (and a couple of bloomers which I did not want anyone to see!) and I have three parts of the video. I finally shortened about 39 minutes of footage to less than 19 minutes. The first part covers the preparation of bicar ... Read on »
AKI requiring dialysis in the hospital: Does this mean I'm on dialysis for good? by Matt S. Posted Tue 23 Aug 2011 1:44pm As nephrology fellows we see a lot of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) on the inpatient consultative service. When AKI in the hospital requires dialysis people and their families naturally want to know whether this means long term dialysis will be required. The answer, as with many things in medicine, is it depends. AKI has a wide variety of ... Read on »
Cap or not cap on SCHIP? BD ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:21pm Cap or not cap on SCHIP?  BD  According to the lawmakers, CMS has no authority to enforce an August 2007 directive prohibiting states from extending SCHIP coverage to children from families earning above 250% of the federal poverty level unless states can first show that 95% of eligible children below 200% of the federal poverty level are en ... Read on »
Sprint WebCapTel and CapTel update by Abbie Patient Expert Posted Wed 25 Jun 2008 4:09pm I have been tinkering around with the newSprint WebCapTelsince it was released this past Thursday and I for one am impressed to the point that I just want to plant a big ol’ wet one on the developer who came up with thisFREErevolutionizing site!From this website, those ofUSwho have difficulty with understanding people on the phone can now make ... Read on »