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Barb Wire Stretcher
After every use.: A stretcher for an ambulance? After every use and at the start of your shift, since you don't know if it was done before. Hopefully, you were given guidance on this. If not, someone is not doing a good job training and ask them for the protocol in place for infection control for your job. If this is not about stretchers used for sick or immobile people., ask again and clarify. ...Read more
I have stiff back shoulders and neck and 14 y.O. It feels like I have to stretch every single second and that I should be put on a stretcher
Muscle spasm: At fourteen & absent mechanical injury, muscle spasm is good prospect for cause. Your problem might come from a posture problem, as can happen while working with computers. The person to figure this out would be an osteopath. A physical therapist is indicated. Massage, heating pad, ergonomics, an icy hot type of rub might be in order. Immediately tell your parents what you are experiencing. ...Read more
I do patient lifting to a stretcher/ and sliding. I ovulated 6/10 6/12. Can this affect implantation? When can I test? LMP 5/24 had Chemical M/C.
No effect: Your occupation and your straining/exercise shouldn't affect your chances of implantation given that any pregnancy that occurs would be very small and be shielded from the pressure by the cushioning of the uterus. Only test if you don't get your period in two weeks. You should be in close contact with an OB/GYN if you're trying to conceive because of your age. ...Read more
I had severe full body tremors, violent enough to shake the stretcher, happened repeatingly when coming out of the anesthetic. Body temp normal. Why?
1 month ago i was transport a large man from the stretcher onto bed. Every since my left arm hurts near the elbow forearm hurts. Sharp pain. Help?
Workers compensation: It sounds like you sustained your injury while at work. If that's true, then you should report this to your employer asap and initiate workers compensation evaluation. Check out http://www.Nolo.Com/legal-encyclopedia/your-right-to-workers-comp-benefits-faq-29093.Html for more info. In most cases, i believe you lose benefits if you see "outside" doc before filing claim. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Real question: The real question i hear you asking is can conservative treatments such as ones listed improve pain/symptoms associated with disc herniation? The answer is yes they may in some cases (depending on size/location of disc, chronicity of symptoms, and age at times).Let a specialist in conservative managent such as pain physician, physiatrist, or sports doc guide you to right treatment plan. Eval rec'd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer