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  • 3:05 pm

    What an unprecedented act of compassion

  • 1:49 am

    Your request is unrealistic. It's impossible to do serum and whole blood tests from a single tube. You need to discuss with your provider who will likely consult with the lab. I can guarantee your request absolutely positively cannot be completed with a single tube of blood

  • 1:31 am

    Your request is unrealistic. It's impossible to do serum and whole blood tests from a single tube. You need to discuss with your provider who will likely consult with the lab. I can guarantee your request absolutely positively cannot be completed with a single tube of blood

  • 12:00 am

    There is no need for a NNP clinic. NNP are hospital based some will assist in the ITAP (infant toddler assessment program= post NICU follow up) just like the neonatologist but they are not primary practitioners. The infants are followed by primary pediatrician and Pedi APN the clinic is mostly adjustment of dates and developmental monitoring plus apnea management before turning them over Pedi pulmonology.

    You may want to actually start nursing school before deciding to have a highly specialized focused APN career. Many have interests that change once they progress in school and clinical rotations. You don't want to "pull the plug" do you not think NNP are involved when it's a preemie determined to be 22/23/24 weeks? It's an intense specialty with care and skills that don't fully transfer to other disciplines b

  • Aug 25

    Your request is unrealistic. It's impossible to do serum and whole blood tests from a single tube. You need to discuss with your provider who will likely consult with the lab. I can guarantee your request absolutely positively cannot be completed with a single tube of blood

  • Aug 25

    Your request is unrealistic. It's impossible to do serum and whole blood tests from a single tube. You need to discuss with your provider who will likely consult with the lab. I can guarantee your request absolutely positively cannot be completed with a single tube of blood

  • Aug 25

    Your request is unrealistic. It's impossible to do serum and whole blood tests from a single tube. You need to discuss with your provider who will likely consult with the lab. I can guarantee your request absolutely positively cannot be completed with a single tube of blood

  • Aug 25

    This is a biased, not evidenced based opinion piece not an article and borders on dangerous medical advice. Most of the suggestions are not founded on reality and evidence based research. The bigger risk is someone googling, as a highly indexed site, and a lay person reading only the article not the comments and believing this while putting their loved over at risk. Research show untreated ADHD can have devastating consequences whether academically. increased risky behavior, decreased self esteem & self efficacy, and more. Many need pharmacological intervention all need professional support and assistance.

    The fact there is not a single citation is concerning. This should not be a featured article but perhaps an opinion piece better suited to the break room

  • Aug 25

    Your request is unrealistic. It's impossible to do serum and whole blood tests from a single tube. You need to discuss with your provider who will likely consult with the lab. I can guarantee your request absolutely positively cannot be completed with a single tube of blood

  • Aug 25

    There is no need for a NNP clinic. NNP are hospital based some will assist in the ITAP (infant toddler assessment program= post NICU follow up) just like the neonatologist but they are not primary practitioners. The infants are followed by primary pediatrician and Pedi APN the clinic is mostly adjustment of dates and developmental monitoring plus apnea management before turning them over Pedi pulmonology.

    You may want to actually start nursing school before deciding to have a highly specialized focused APN career. Many have interests that change once they progress in school and clinical rotations. You don't want to "pull the plug" do you not think NNP are involved when it's a preemie determined to be 22/23/24 weeks? It's an intense specialty with care and skills that don't fully transfer to other disciplines b

  • Aug 24

    There is no need for a NNP clinic. NNP are hospital based some will assist in the ITAP (infant toddler assessment program= post NICU follow up) just like the neonatologist but they are not primary practitioners. The infants are followed by primary pediatrician and Pedi APN the clinic is mostly adjustment of dates and developmental monitoring plus apnea management before turning them over Pedi pulmonology.

    You may want to actually start nursing school before deciding to have a highly specialized focused APN career. Many have interests that change once they progress in school and clinical rotations. You don't want to "pull the plug" do you not think NNP are involved when it's a preemie determined to be 22/23/24 weeks? It's an intense specialty with care and skills that don't fully transfer to other disciplines b

  • Aug 24

    There is no need for a NNP clinic. NNP are hospital based some will assist in the ITAP (infant toddler assessment program= post NICU follow up) just like the neonatologist but they are not primary practitioners. The infants are followed by primary pediatrician and Pedi APN the clinic is mostly adjustment of dates and developmental monitoring plus apnea management before turning them over Pedi pulmonology.

    You may want to actually start nursing school before deciding to have a highly specialized focused APN career. Many have interests that change once they progress in school and clinical rotations. You don't want to "pull the plug" do you not think NNP are involved when it's a preemie determined to be 22/23/24 weeks? It's an intense specialty with care and skills that don't fully transfer to other disciplines b

  • Aug 24

    There is no need for a NNP clinic. NNP are hospital based some will assist in the ITAP (infant toddler assessment program= post NICU follow up) just like the neonatologist but they are not primary practitioners. The infants are followed by primary pediatrician and Pedi APN the clinic is mostly adjustment of dates and developmental monitoring plus apnea management before turning them over Pedi pulmonology.

    You may want to actually start nursing school before deciding to have a highly specialized focused APN career. Many have interests that change once they progress in school and clinical rotations. You don't want to "pull the plug" do you not think NNP are involved when it's a preemie determined to be 22/23/24 weeks? It's an intense specialty with care and skills that don't fully transfer to other disciplines b

  • Aug 24

    This is a biased, not evidenced based opinion piece not an article and borders on dangerous medical advice. Most of the suggestions are not founded on reality and evidence based research. The bigger risk is someone googling, as a highly indexed site, and a lay person reading only the article not the comments and believing this while putting their loved over at risk. Research show untreated ADHD can have devastating consequences whether academically. increased risky behavior, decreased self esteem & self efficacy, and more. Many need pharmacological intervention all need professional support and assistance.

    The fact there is not a single citation is concerning. This should not be a featured article but perhaps an opinion piece better suited to the break room

  • Aug 24

    This is a biased, not evidenced based opinion piece not an article and borders on dangerous medical advice. Most of the suggestions are not founded on reality and evidence based research. The bigger risk is someone googling, as a highly indexed site, and a lay person reading only the article not the comments and believing this while putting their loved over at risk. Research show untreated ADHD can have devastating consequences whether academically. increased risky behavior, decreased self esteem & self efficacy, and more. Many need pharmacological intervention all need professional support and assistance.

    The fact there is not a single citation is concerning. This should not be a featured article but perhaps an opinion piece better suited to the break room


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