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What About An Inversion Table? by DrMLHall Posted Sun 12 Aug 2012 12:47am Attempts to counter the effects of gravity to relieve back pain and neck pain is not a new thing. Traction in one form or another has been employed for centuries to achieve just that. As a back specialist I'm asked this question almost weekly, or "right regular" as they say in the country parts of North Carolina, and I'll answer the question d ... Read on »
Syncope and Flash Pulmonary Edema with T-wave Inversions in V1-V3 by Stephen Smith Posted Sat 31 May 2014 11:51am A 60 yo with no cardiopulmonary history, felt dizzy, cold and clammy, and then had syncope.  She denied SOB or Chest pain.  Pulse oximetry was 95%.  Lung and heart exams were normal. A bedside echo done by an ultrasound-fellowship-trained EP was recorded as normal. She had an ECG as part of her syncope workup There is an abnorm ... Read on »
Missed Acute MI, with coronary occlusion, evidence only by T-wave inversion in V2 and evolving ST depression in V3 by Stephen Smith Posted Tue 06 Sep 2011 1:49pm A 39 yo otherwise healthy man with no risk factors was walking at the mall when he developed chest pressure.  He presented to the ED after 30 minutes, now also feeling weak.  He was diaphoretic.  Here was his initial ECG There is sinus rhythm.  There is abnormal T-wave inversion in V2 (in morphology, consistent with "persistent juv ... Read on »
Wellens' missed. Then returns with Wellens' with dynamic T-wave inversion by Stephen Smith Posted Wed 04 May 2011 4:46pm This 53 year old woman presented on April 20 with increasing intermittent substernal chest discomfort similar to her GERD, but not relieved by the usual therapies.  She was given an aspirin.  She had the following ECG recorded in the ED A very astute physician read this as "biphasic T-waves in V3 and V4."  This is very suggestive of ... Read on »
Back Pain and Inversion Therapy by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 10 Sep 2011 8:03pm According to the National Academy of Sports Medicine, 80 percent of adults are likely to experience back pain at some point in their lives. This back pain may range from mild to severe and have an effect on your quality of life. Back pain can limit daily activities, make sitting in a chair all day painful, make sleeping difficult and cause you ... Read on »
Influential Group of Walgreens Shareholders To Include Goldman Sachs Urging Walgreens To Move To Europe As Largest Tax Inversion by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 13 Apr 2014 3:14pm Well with banks like this, who needs enemies.  You may or may not be aware of the deal Walgreens made with Boots in the UK a while back but they somewhat own that retail drug store business with an option at one point down the road to buy it all.  We all should know about Tax Havens and of course this is a re-location that would be a “legal” ta ... Read on »
So What Avenue Will Walgreens Take, A Tax Inversion and Move to the UK or Reduction in Costs, Which Means Lay Offs And/Or Closur by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 24 Jun 2014 3:23am Remember HP and their big 50k person layoff announcement?  Well that’s an option here.  Sure companies do lay off and restructure but when you look at stock buy back programs in the masses as we have done primarily to bolster up the stock price, you can’t help but see that’s an issue here and what number of people, facilities, etc. of course is ... Read on »
Hospira In Talks With Buying French Company, Danone - Could Be $5 Billion Dollar Tax Inversion by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 28 Jul 2014 5:40am There may be one more on the agenda coming up and nothing is in concrete yet.  Hospira is known for being one of the few manufacturers of propofol.  BD Hospira a Midwestern pharmaceutical and medical device maker, is in talks to pay about $5 billion for the medical nutrition business of the French consumer group Danone, a ... Read on »
Benefits of Yoga - Inversions by Kris K. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 2:11pm There are many health benefits of yoga that cover the gamut from flexibility, strength, peace, confidence, balance, to awareness. One of the many aspects that makes Yoga so unique is it's incorporation of inversions. Inverting your body (and sometimes your way of thinking) can help in numerous ways, such as the following: Give ... Read on »
Therapy Inversion by Josh Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Apr 2010 5:45am by Anne on April 15, 2010 in Workout Therapy Inversion US Auctions Australian Auctions Austrian Auctions Belgian Auctions Canadian Auctions French Auctions German Auctions Indian Auctions Irish Auctions Italian Auctions Dutch Auctions Polish Auctions Spanish Au ... Read on »