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10th Ebola Patient Headed to U.S. for Treatment
Thu Nov 13, 2014
Duncan was not brought here for treatment. He was visiting family and was diagnosed and treated here. His unfortunate death was likely due to his initial misdiagnosis that delayed proper treatment. reply to: Bart Sampson #8.6
Nurse Quarantined After Treating Ebola Patients Criticizes New Rules
Sat Oct 25, 2014
Skin temperature is bogus in accurately determining the presence of fever! Disposable oral thermometers should be used to get a real reading.
Bioethicist: Girl's tragic case can't change reality of brain death
Thu Dec 19, 2013
There is no such thing as a simple surgery. Patients (or their guardians) must sign a document of informed consent for any procedure, outlining the risks and benefits of the surgery and, if necessary, any anesthesia. Among the risks are bleeding, infection, recurrence of the problem, rea …
We're all No. 1! Is 21 valedictorians too many?
Sun Jun 2, 2013
There is only one valedictorian in a class, unless all 34 4.0 students give the valedictory address. Kindly refer to a dictionary, please.
Pope Francis describes wish for 'poor church for the poor'
Sat Mar 16, 2013
Muddlerfly, you've clearly never attended Mass; otherwise, you would have noticed that each Mass is Holy Scripture from beginning to end. A hymn of praise is sung before the Bible lessons.
FDA adds heart risk warning to Z-Pak
Tue Mar 12, 2013
Folks, this is not news to those who prescribe medications. As the last paragraph stated, macrolide antibiotics (of which azithromycin is one) are associated with prolonged QT interval, an EKG change that can lead to heart rhythm disturbances, some potentially fatal.
Exposing Vatican secrets a 'dangerous' mission, says Vatileaks journalist
Fri Mar 8, 2013
How do you do? Pleasure to meet you.
Giuliana Rancic puts marriage first, child second
Sat Mar 2, 2013
In reply to: red12345 #26 They aren't saying ignore the children's needs! They are advocating for their marriage in order for their kids to have a happy home with happily-married parents. When they were in college, my kids were the only people in their peer group who had their orig …
When to let go forever - it flummoxes even the experts
Fri Mar 1, 2013
I always find eric's posts to be sound and succinct. I often "troll these message boards" to see if I should weigh in on the frequently-misinformed laypersons' statements regarding the medical and nursing professions. But, eric usually beats me to it. Thanks, man!
Help wanted: 'Adventurous' woman to give birth to ... a Neanderthal baby?
Mon Jan 21, 2013
I'd venture to say a good many women have given birth to Neanderthals in the last couple of centuries.
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