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There are no: immunizations specific to EMT's that I am aware of. Just the same routine immunizations that we all should have. Now your application may require you to have a varicella (chicken pox vaccine) if a blood test does not show immunity. ...Read more
Does medical school do character check before admitting medical student? Integrity of docs is tarnished due to greed & deception in recent yrs.
Yes: Medical schools take the decisions of whom to accept very seriously. The vast majority of physicians are dedicated, hard working, ethical and professional. Their integrity is not in doubt. Like society in general, a few choose not to make the right choices. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually 7 years: Paper charts- 7 years. This may differ by state. Advantage of emr is they can be preserved for ever. Paper charts may not be as secure as electronic charts if proper precautions are taken. ...Read more
Is there any other uses of insulin syringe (10 ml)?
(It's a medical question I'm a medical student)
Many uses.: A syringe is the plunger and barrel into which medicine is drawn up. A needle is then connected to a syringe to administer medicine. Any syringe can be used to administer medications under the skin, into the muscle, or in the case of some special needles, into bones or the epidural space in the spine. They can also be used to withdraw body fluids. An "insulin" syringe is usually 1mL, not 10. ...Read more
Do hospitals look at an employee's medical record when hiring them? Are medical records confidential?
Can i use fever thermometer instead of BBT for ovulation chart?How much does fever thermometer & BBT range before and after ovulation?
MEDICAL RECORDS: The immigrant usually brings important papers with him like medical records, diploma, school grades and exams, resume, etc. He knows all of these are needed during relocation. ...Read more
CVA or infarct: Common medical terminology for "stroke" includes cerebrovascular accident (cva) or infarct. Other descriptors may also be used, like "ischemic" or "embolic" to indicate the type or cause of infarct. "transient ischemic attack" may be used if there is temporary decrease in blood flow but no permanent damage. ...Read more
Consult a doctor for sunburn treatment if: The sunburn is severe — with blisters — and covers a large portion of your body, The sunburn is accompanied by a high fever, headache, severe pain, dehydration, confusion, nausea or chills, You've developed a ski: Your doctor might suggest a corticosteroid cream for your sunburn, or a short course of prednisone for severe cases involving large areas of your body. Antibiotics are most often not required unless you develop an infection. ...Read more
Can a person with PhD in medical laboratory science open his/her own medical lab or is an MD obligatory?
State laws?: The laws and regulations probably are different in all states and maybe local governernment (city, county) regulations. I doubt any degree is required to establish such a business, although of course any lab needs a certain level of scientific expertise. Anyway, check out local and state laws and regulations. You could start by aking the front office of a lab in your area. ...Read more
Which is correct? Axillary temp always 99.2 (that's with degree added), oral temp always 98.4/5. Same thermometer.
Both are: They both represent a normal temperature and are well within the range of variation you see taking it in different ways. ...Read more
Optical thermometer: Forehead tem reads 98.7-- but experimenting with taking temperature over breastbone reads temp of 102. Why so different?
Optical thermometer : Either Temperature must be hotter at breast bone or device is not accurate. Recheck with another thermometer. Reliable check body temp is to place thermometer into insulated plastic cup and pee into it and look at temp reading quickly. Used to check folks who may be using tricks to increase oral readings so they can be "sick" such as drinking hot water and before temp taker comes around. ...Read more