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Bed Transfers: When you perform a bed transfer, you help a bedridden person move from the bed to a chair or wheelchair. You also may help move him back into bed. You can use the pivot transfer, scoot transfer or slide board transfer. A gait belt can be used with any of these transfers. ...Read more
33-53 hours : Depends on who do you believe. Two major studies One American and the other British were performed. The first said 53 hours from ingestion to elimination and the cousins across the pond said 33. Of course, it takes fatty food longer to get digested and processed through the gut. Also, chronic disease such as diabetes and others significantly slow gastric emptying called gastroparesis. ...Read more
Air borne: A cold can be transferred just being close to somebody. You can catch it even without having a direct physical contact. If somebody sneeze/cough around you, or if you are in contact with the body fluid from the upper airway- saliva/nasal discharge etc- you can catch it. It is not a sexually transmitted disease. But, yes you can catch it because of the above reason. ...Read more
Ladybirds: Usually Ladybird beetles are completely harmless to people. One specific type the Harlequin Ladybird Beetle (Harmonia axyridis) can bite humans. Although this normally just causes irritation, it may cause an allergic reaction in some. When introduced, it threatens native species of ladybirds. I found no references to transmission of disease to humans. ...Read more
Yes: It's your recovery, not your sponsors or anyone elses. You can do what you need to do to stay sober. Past that I know nothing of your current relationship with your sponsor, or your why's for decision. Recommend discuss with other trusted aa member. ...Read more
Stand-pivot: Stand-pivot transfers are most commonly used when the person has one-sided weakness as would be the case after a stroke. The person should be seated with the knees lower than the hips and the heels back somewhat behind the knees. From this position the person is helped to standing placing the weight on the strong side, pivots, and lowers slowly on the wheelchair (with or without assistance). ...Read more
Injury to back: You can injure or strain your back if you are not careful. In moving the pateint. ...Read more
Can't answer that: Question. Deposition of fat is different for everyone. ...Read more
Wheelchair transfers: For non ambulatory people, using a slide board between chair and? Allows the person to scoot the buttock across the board and onto the next area. Typically, we go from a higher to lower site, allowing gravity to assist the scoot. If no board is used, then this is a swing transfer, assuming feet are not used for a stand pivot. ...Read more
Getting it in: Is the source of most of the symptoms. Considering how many people have asked that this week, unless you've asked us at least five separate times, I would hae to say yes, pretty common ...Read more
Fracture fear: A fall and associated fracture, particularly of the hip, is the biggest fear during a transfer. In addition, you have to be careful of a tear of the skin during a transfer if there is any existing skin breakdown. ...Read more
Depends on the lift: Lifts can be manual/hydraulic or electric and are used by sliding a sling under the patient to the right position (as recommended by the manufacturer) and attaching a series of loops to the hooks on the lift. Each device has specific manufacturer recommended instructions that should be followed carefully to avoid injuries. ...Read more
Absolutely not: I know why you are asking. You've been told there's a magic partner and if you have sex with them, you can't catch HIV. It's total, utter bunk. In these scams, the 'magic partner' is often a person who's too young to consent. I'd urge you to contact the appropriate law enforcement personnel. ...Read more
This answer is for : Cats in general. Diseases that can be spread by cats to humans (directly or indirectly) include: Bacteria — Cat Scratch Disease (Bartonella henselae) & Salmonellosis. Intestinal parasites — (roundworms & hookworms). Protozoa -Toxoplasmosis (Toxoplasma gondii), Giardiasis & Cryptosporidiosis. Virus Rabies. Fungus Ringworm. ...Read more
Great rise: One hopes for a rise of 66% at least. Your rise looks great. ...Read more
A common source is old lead paint. Others may be lead glaze, lead in water pipes etc. Insects do not transfer lead. See this site for more information.
http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/lead-poisoning/basics/definition/con-20035487 ...Read more
I am 14 days past my 5-day blastocycst transfer. My beta reading shows 1262.9 iu/l. Is this normal? Is it a bit too high? Should i be concern?
Don't worry: Betas will be much higher 14 days after d5 transfer than after d3. They are also not 'exact' predictors: they vary a lot based on number of days and. Also, number of embryos transferred (which you don't say.) I'd be pleased to have such strong positive, so congrats! Please refer worries to your ivf doctor, he can help you further ...Read more
I had 2 5 day blasts transferred on the 18 of Sept. On Oct 2 I had my first beta which was 96 and another on the 6 which was 915. Is this a good sign.
Yes: You experience a better than anticipated rise in the hCG levels which is a good sign. ...Read more
Yes, but...: A well healed fat transfer should withstand exercise. The important thing to keep in mind is your weight. I usually advise all my patients to maintain their current weight for at least 3 months after the transfer. After the 3 months, weight fluctuations affect different people differently. But as long as you watch your weight, the augmentation should remain stable. ...Read more