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Finalexitnetwork.Org a group of people who provide assistance for people suffering of disease to end their lives, has a medical director, is this ok?
If I understand: Correctly the final exit network provides guidance to individuals w a wide variety of “intolerable illnesses” enabling them to successfully commit suicide. This is an ethical & a medical issue. To assist another's suicide would violate my personal commitment to the principle “primum non nocere” or “first do no harm”. As a physician this is the first & most fundamental guide I use in making >>. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Infant circumcision benefits outweigh the risks according to the american academy of pediatrics (aap). What are other opinions?
Infant Circumcision: Recent research found that there was not enough evidence that circumcision definitely prevented UTI and STD and hence currently circumcision is considered to be more for religious or family preferences. The coverage for the procedure by the insurances has also undergone a slight change recently. But many still are strong in the belief that there is a definite benefit from circumcision ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
What kind of services are recommended for small children with 6q deletion and developmental delay?
From birth- 3 years,: a child with 6q deletion qualifies for your state's Early Intervention Program, usually through the health division. From 3-5 years, he qualifies for Early Childhood Special Education Services. Contact Child Find of your local school district. Apply to SSA for Social Security funds & for the Katie Becket Program at the same time. If your income is too high for SSI, you may get Katie Beckett funds ...Read more
What support services are available newcastle upon tyne for parents of children with acquired brain injuries?
Great Ormond Street?: England has very good services available, but are very regional. The most famous center in england for such children is great ormond street in london. They would know what services are available in different regions. Newcastle upon tyne is a university city and should have access to good educational and therapy services. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
APGAR: Virginia apgar was an early researcher in neonatal work & a scoring system was developed using letters in her name to help classify the activity of newborns.The primary outcome of her work was the recognition of a need to intervene aggressively if the heart rate was down or respiratory effort meager. Later work shows that micro- premi's seldom have the muscle tone to have high scores. ...Read more
At what % blockage of airway is developmental delays an issue in hypertrophic adenoid cases. Have ent, looking for industry standard?
Do not know of any: Developmental delays that develop because of hypertrophic adenoids. Usually the person snores so badly that apnea becomes a concern, or the patient is a chronic mouth breather or has recurrent colds/sinus infections. All these symptoms usually indicate the need to remove the adenoids. The % blockage is the extent to which symptoms affect daily life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any hospitals(in England or France) specific for surgery of mucous retention cyst of vocal cord,in singers?
See ENT: You need more info - contact our Dr Stephen Rothstein for more answers ...Read more
?? what ??: This sounds like a question on someones homework assignment. If so, read your course material and find your own answers. The basic answer; you analyse the signs,symptoms;investigate the possible causes and provide respiratory support until improvement is seen. ...Read more
65 year old male; long term diagnosis of hypertension (4 medications daily); sinus cardia bradia (mild); pvc(mild). 6'4" 250lbs given the above diagnosis and with a major most concern for stroke, the question is: when searching for a cardiologist which
What is the effect of telemedicine, telehealth, and e-health on cost and access for rural patients?
Telehealth: Telemedicine is wonderful. You can get patients in rural settings access to a full variety of specialists on a flexible schedule. It cost less. Most patient feedback is very positive on the experience. If it were not for this technology, many specialties would be totally unavailable to small towns. This is a growth industry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Taking phenazopyridine @ 2/wk for urinary urgency/discomfort. What are the long term effects of this drug? Pamplet says caused neoplasia in lab rats?
Is gooseberry juice good for health?Mum 46 years.What r the benefits of this for her age?Living india.Uses swadeshi haridwar company.
Not many: ARDS is a clinical disease; usually, chest xrays are usually suggestive. Ct scans of the chest are better. Sometimes, lung biopsies done by a lung surgeon are necessary to get at the diagnosis. There is no real blood test for the test. If you think you have ards, you should definitely seek immediate medical attention. ...Read more
My grandson, 3 1/2 has duchenne md. Is aggression, most of the time for no reason at all, a problem for children fighting this disease?
If he has deletions : In the part of the dystrophin gene assoc. With cognitive impairment, he may have developmental delays. If he has typical cognition, he can still have deficits in both auditory memory & comprehension that can cause behavior problems. Dmd has some increased risk of adhd & autistic disorders. A child psychologist, developmental pediatrician , early childhood special ed & behavioral therapy will help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is benefit of Synagis (palivizumab) for baby with TOF pre repair surgery?hes 3 months old pink tet no other issues. Is it necessary at this point in RSV season
Important question: A 3 month old TOF patient could develop life threatening bronchiolitis due to RSV and even if it was mild, would make the kid unsuitable for surgery for a significant period afterward.Treated infants can still get RSV but it would be mild. If you can get it approved, its a no brainer to me. I've watched far too many infants struggle with this disease over several decades. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the best resources available for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? Is there a listing of doctors that specialize in CFS treatment?
Yes: There is the chronic fatigue Society of America which has a website that you can look up. I also found the following link which I did not know about called the chronic fatigue and immune deficiency syndrome Association of America which is a Wikipedia entry: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronic_Fatigue_Immune_Dysfunction_Syndrome_Association_of_America ...Read more
Long list: It such a long list, it's not enough space for it. By group it can be presented as: 1. Airway obstruction diseases 2. Disorders of the chest wall & diaphragm 3. Cardiac disorders 4. Neurological disorders 5. Musculoskeletal disorders 6 malformation of the mediastinum & lung tissue 7. Air leak syndroms 8. Lung tissue disorders and lung vessels 9. Miscelaneous (anemia, iem, electrolytes abn, drugs). ...Read more
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