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What's the difference between tampax and playtex?

What's the difference between tampax and playtex?

Seizure versus panic: Most panic attacks surface when a person is scared, starts holding their breath, become tearful, and frightened. What can you do? Start with taking deep breaths then the brain will have enough oxygen to do it's best to help you think clearly.
I enjoy holding my breath in for 5 to 10
seconds and letting it out in 30 seconds.
Seizues have more tightened muscles, including an "aura", and falling. ...Read more

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My dad has bipolar. Is this bipolar or a seperate illness. He thinks everything is a sign like number plates eg 074laa now he's catching a plane to la?

My dad has bipolar. Is this bipolar or a seperate illness. He thinks everything is a sign like number plates eg 074laa now he's catching a plane to la?

Concern: Bipolar disorder can be complicated by symptoms of psychosis. Psychosis can include the belief that benign aspects of the environment have significant meaning. This belief can influence decisions and behavior. Treatment of the condition will aim at resolving these symptoms. ...Read more

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At son's 4 Mon vaccination, nurse use a plate with 3 syringes inside. She take off needle caps all at once and place them back to the plate, then give shots. The needles may contact the plate contaminated with other patient's blood. How risky it is?

At son's 4 Mon vaccination, nurse use a plate with 3 syringes inside. She take off needle caps all at once and place them back to the plate, then give shots. The needles may contact the plate contaminated with other patient's blood. How risky it is?

Can talk with doctor: In such a situation, a parent can talk with the doctor by phone to advise the doctor what happened. Having more than one uncapped needle at a time is risky be cause there is a higher chance of a needle touching ANYTHING. That means a needle can accidentally pick up germs from anything it touches. The "nurse" may not realize there is increased risk, which is why the doctor will talk with the nurse. ...Read more

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Hello doctor, my son is 14 and had a wrist xray to measure his bone age. He had broken this wrist 3 yrs ago. The nurse told us his growth plate is clo?

Hello doctor, my son is 14 and had a wrist xray to measure his bone age. He had broken this wrist 3 yrs ago. The nurse told us his growth plate is clo?

Silly nurse: The x-ray for bone age is done on the wrist/hand because there are dozens of growth plates in the digits and features of the wrist bones that are known to help predict bone maturity/growth potential. For the nurse to say a growth center is closed gives us no important information. It is also a break in protocol for him/her to comment on something about which which they seem to know so little ...Read more

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What is a nurse extern?

What is a nurse extern?

under supervsion: Nurse externships occur while a student is still in nursing school. They are meant to give the nursing student more clinical experience and confidence prior to graduation. Nurse externs work under the supervision of an experienced registered nurse serving as coach. Nurse externs may also have the opportunity to take nursing workshops and attend conferences during the extern period. ...Read more

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Why won't my baby nurse?

Why won't my baby nurse?

Many possibilities: There are physical baby issues, mom physical issues, social issues, environmental issues - many possible reasons why babies might have difficulty nursing. See your pediatrician and/or breastfeeding consultant asap. ...Read more

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How often should I nurse?

How often should I nurse?

Every 2-3 hours: If you just had your baby, you should plan to nurse at least every 2-3 hours, with a goal of about 8-12 feedings per 24 hrs. It is a good idea to keep track of your feedings in the first week of life. Once your milk supply comes in and your baby starts to take more milk at a time, the feeding frequency declines. This is something your pediatrician will be able to provide further guidance on. ...Read more

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What does a triage nurse do?

Assess you.: A triage nurse makes an assessment to decide what your condition is, how important is the need for immediate care and who best needs to treat you. ...Read more

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How much do baby nurses cost?

You mean neonatal?: Do you mean the nurses that take care of babies in the hospital? Or do you mean private duty nurses that help take care of babies in the home? With both answers it depends what part of the country/world you are in, how much experience nurse has, & what the work circumstances are. A nurse who works the night shift, might be paid more than one who works the day shift, because fewer want nites. ...Read more

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What is a nurse practicioner?

Advance R Nurse: Is an advanced practice registered nurse who has completed graduate-level education (either a master of nursing or doctor of nursing practice degree)
nurse practitioners treat both physical and mental conditions through comprehensive history taking physical exams, ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests. Nps can then diagnose certain diseases and provide appropriate treatment for the patients. ...Read more

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How long should my baby nurse?

How long should my baby nurse?

?: The length of time at the breast is not a good indicator of how well the feeding has gone. A baby can spend an hour at the breast, but if the latch is poor, may not have transferred much milk. They could also spend 10 minutes and get all they need. Babies love to hang out at the breast and breastfeeding is so much more than food. I'd stop watching the clock and enjoy the time with the baby. ...Read more

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How long to wear a bite plate?

As long as recommend: Removable appliances can be designed to do a multitude of functions. Only your dentist knows what it was designed to do, how many hours per day it should be worn, and for how long. Please discuss this with your treating dentist. Understand that no two patients have the same identical problems, nor do they require the same treatment. ...Read more

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What is a high number for segs?

What is a high number for segs?

45-70%: The number of segs or neutrophils is given as a percentage of the total count. The normal amount is between 40-70% of the normal white blood count of 5000-10, 000. So high wbcs and/or high segs should be evaluated. ...Read more

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How can I create a safe nursery?

How can I create a safe nursery?

Keep your baby safe: First, use a crib and mattress that meets aap and cpsc safety guidelines; follow assembly and use instructions. A safe and stable diaper changing surface placed against the wall is a must, too. Place outlet covers on all outlets and check carefully to ensure tall furniture pieces like bookshelves are bolted to the walls. All lights and cords must be kept safely out of your baby's reach. ...Read more

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How can a titanium plate break?

How can a titanium plate break?

Titanium Hardware: If placed under abnormal amounts of stress, medical hardware can break and fail. I've seen broken screws more commonly but it would be possible to break plates as well. ...Read more

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Can u find. A nurse. On here to?

Can u find. A nurse. On here to?

No: No I don't think so. I think healthtap is only for doctors and dentists to answer questions. ...Read more

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Can a nurse administer medication?

Can a nurse administer medication?

Yes, that: Is well within the scope of practice for a nurse. ...Read more

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What is the number for nhs direct?

0845 4647: The national health service in britain can be contacted as 0845 4647. ...Read more

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What is the number one cure fo ed?

What is the number one cure fo ed?

The number one...: Treatment in terms of popularity is a family of medications called pde-5 inhibitors (viagra, levitra, (vardenafil) and cialis). But ed can have many causes & treatment must be tailored to address the underlying issues. Some are behavioral/psychological. Some patients do well with the oral medications. Others do not respond, and must use vacuum assist devices, injectable medications, or even surgery. ...Read more

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Phone number for dr. Joel l. Adams?

Search internet: Physicians really can't hide from the public. Most state boards of medicine make our information available (online) to the general public. Many online sites collect information on us & republish for you to compare & access. This site (as do most) also gives you access to our practice information including both address & phone. ...Read more

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Why are nurses in such high demand?

Nurses: All doctors need nurses, to help out with patients, procedures, exams, scheduling, monitoring, and many other duties, especially in institutions and busy practices. ...Read more

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Which type of nurse treats children?

Nurse: A Pediatric Nurse who has done additional training in the field of Pediatrics ...Read more

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Ok to nurse 12 hours after cigarette?

No: If you are nursing an infant and even if you are not nursing an infant smoking imposes an intolerable burden on your health. Stop smoking, if only for the health of your infant. ...Read more

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Can I put a nightlight in the nursery?

Can I put a nightlight in the nursery?

Yes: Sure! A gentle nightlight is just fine so that your baby can be aware of his surroundings when he wakes up at night. Some babies like this very much. If your baby seems to prefer it dark, that's ok too! ...Read more

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My bottom number is over 95 for my bp?

My bottom number is over 95 for my bp?

Mildly high: Diastolic pressure 90 or less is acceptable/normal pressure for healthy folks. 91-100 is mildly high. 101-110 is moderate and 111 and above is definitely more and more worrisome. If this is new, I would have it rechecked by your doc in couple of weeks to confirm. Keeping ideal body wt, no added-salt diet, and regular aerobic exercises are highly remommended, even for normal BP level. Good luck. ...Read more

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How long does it take to become a nurse?

How long does it take to become a nurse?

Depends: Nursing degrees span the educational spectrum. From two year LPN progams to 3 year rn training, to 4 year bsn (bachelors degree), 6 year master's degree programs (msn), to 8 year nurse practitioner programs. These are great fields and have abundant opportunities for success, advancement and being socially redeeming. ...Read more

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