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Are there any cardiac rehab phase 3 outpatient facilities in western suffolk county ny (islip, bayshore patchouge)?
I'm looking for a psychologist in the north eastern suburbs of cleveland, ohio who has experience in dealing with caregiver stress.?
Psychology Today: You might want to check www.Psychologytoday.Com and use the "find a therapist" search function in the menu bar. You can enter your community there, and up will come a list of practitioners who might be able to help you. Here's a useful article also: http://www.Psychologytoday.Com/blog/adventures-in-old-age/200904/caregiver-stress-would-you-some-angst-sandwich-generation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There are many: Florida is a large state with lots of resources, but facilities change and gettign current information from someone who treats addictions and is familiar with the current state of more health care for less is wise. In the north central florida area the university of florida recovery center has some great doctors and a range of options, in ocala the vines offers treatment. ...Read more
Gestational surrogacy--sick of hearing about rich nyc career women hiring poor women in rural america. Anyone?
Can't judge: I imagine the couple is more interested in a healthy surrogate. It so happens that candidates in poorer areas may be more willing or interested in being a surrogate. If both parties benefit, i see no harm. ...Read more
Housing for Dementia: In usa, there are all kinds of facilities are available for individuals with dementia. Group homes, assisted living homes, nursing homes & others. Usually, these are funded by county, state or federal funds. People with dementia, gets utmost attention, here in usa. Good many individuals are under my direct supervision, in my state of maryland. ...Read more
Japan Radiation: It is a local problem more than world problem and the food from there is being monitored. ...Read more
What are cardiac electrical centers and(EP)doctors in Middle East for treating Afib (I live in Iraq) exception UAE(can't have visa)
Careful! Regarding: the bigger issue A. Fib. is quite rare at age & ablation procedure outcomes at 1 year for those with A. Fib. remain quite poor despite advancements. In clinical trials, outcomes for older people with A. Fib. are better for rate control + anticlotting medications than rate control approaches. Cannot answer question but it is best to focus on bigger issues, CVDs drivers & MRI atria for % fibrosis. ...Read more
Depends: Ucla in los angeles, ca has the best children heart surgeon i know in dr. Laks. But other doctors surely have other recommendation. Your decision will have to take into account what the child's heart condition is and what is available to correct it. Your child's cardiologist is in the best position to recommend the heart surgeon for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sister died @ 29.Diag was meth od.She's 3rd in us born w/ beckwith weidmann.Her organs are very enlarged. Ex:heart 720gr. Consumed 24hrs b4 death. 65mcg/l in blood. Can that much kill 24hrs later?
How many patient lost their lives due to early discharged from icu / hdu? Is it a policy of hospital for patient re-admission & double earning?
Inappropriate: This is not appropriate care, no; however, this question is more of a troll question, and i doubt you seriously expect any sort of medical advice for an answer. If you have legal issues with malpractice, you need to seek a lawyer; this forum is not appropriate for it. ...Read more
Shocked to find on facebook so many classmates died in their 50s. What are major causes of death at that age?
Can you give me a list of raleigh, north carolina doctors who handle workmen's compensation patients?
Try this: You may want to try amssm.Org. . .This is a site with a lot of sports med docs like me and a very good number of them will take workman's comp. They will do a good job. You can do a "find a doc" tab on there when you go there. If you can't find one shoot me an email on here. ...Read more
No one fixed answer: The real risk depends on other comorbid conditions such as the state of coronary and peripheral vessels , the condition of the cardiovascular system , the presense of diabetes and lipid levels . Also how compliant the patient is with thier medications and folow up with neurlogist pcp and cardiologist. ...Read more
Wrong place to ask: You would be best served looking in government section of the phone book in your area or calling health services. It's a long shot that one of the professionals on this site is going to know the answer. ...Read more
Estimate 25K/yr: Your House of Commons in 2005 estimated that 25,000 men & women die every year from hospital acquired venous thromboembolism. So while we don't die directly from deep vein thrombosis, death can occur when blood clot breaks free & blocks blood flow in lungs eg pulmonary embolism. Unfortunately, I could not determine breakdown by age http://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/CG92/chapter/introduction. ...Read more
Fleisher et al (Neurology, 2011) found Depakote accelerated brain atrophy in Alzheimer's. Should those with family history of Alz. avoid Depakote?
Yes: After a ruptured brain aneurysm, a patient can live a normal life after surgical/endovascular treatment of the aneurysm. It is important to secure the aneurysm and obliterate it to prevent a of re-bleed.Aggressive treatment up front to prevent potential causes of further insult to the brain are important-ie.Prevent rebleed, treat hydrocephalus, treat vasospasm (spasming of brain vessels post-bleed). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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