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So in general, do you support Trump because of his personality or his policies, what particular policies do you like?
It makes sense to me that the Brits who voted to leave might be extremely worried about what seems to be uncontolled immigration into their country. Resources have to be strained, British law is reported to be nonexistent in some areas and Sharia law has taken its place. I'd vote to leave, too.
Seems strange that the pound and stocks are taking such a hit. It is stranger still that German stocks saw a huge drop. The only reason I can imagine is that with this vote, the U.K. Will not be funding more bailouts. That leaves more for Germany and other successful EU states to shoulder in future bailouts.
I have heard about how immigration has strained resources. Were EU bailouts also part of the pre-vote discussion?
Ask and yea shall receive.
The AR-15 was released for sale to the public in 1960.
The full automatic version known as the M-16 started production in 1963.
Crashing economies can make for a great home buying market, 2008/2009 was an ideal time to buy a house, that doesn't mean it's overall a good thing.
Benzo's should be avoided as much as possible, particularly versed, so that' usually last on my list. Generally you should provide analgesia as part of sedation, which means usually starting with fentanyl. We usually use either propofol or conservative amounts of ativan for sedation in addition to analgesia. Although sometimes you're using as much fentanyl/propofol/benzo as you can get in 'em.
Sounds like insurance fraud to me. Risky business for the docs and the hospital if complicit.
I think someone may not be familiar with central line policies. Manufacturers for years have said that only 10 ml syringes or greater should be used for injections on central lines. The rational being that the smaller diameter syringes generate far more PSI than the larger ones, increasing risk for line rupture, and if a thrombus is occluding the line, blasting that thrombus straight into the patient.
PS - Personally I feel this is an out of date practice, and with the new lines someone should design a research study, and get some grant money to disprove it.
5.4 Assess central line patency using at a minimum, a 10 mL diameter-sized syringe filled with preservative- free 0.9% sodium chloride. Once patency has been confirmed, IV push administration of the medication
can be given in a syringe appropriately sized to measure and administer the required dose.
Discussion: Care should be taken when assessing for central line patency to avoid possible catheter rupture.
Manufacturers recommend using at a minimum, a 10 mL diameter-sized syringe for assessing patency because a
syringe of this size generates lower injection pressure. After patency has been established, however, medications
can be administered in a syringe appropriately sized for the dose of the IV push medication required.18 Many
facilities have created policies stipulating that a 10 mL syringe be used for all procedures involving a central line,
when in fact, it is not necessary to introduce risk through a syringe-to-syringe transfer in order to administer
There are certainly patients coming to the ED that need IV fluids, but a lot of it seems to come from the old ED wisdom that IV fluids and O2 can cure just about anything.
I have worked with an ED physician who claimed they get pressured by the inpatient docs to order IV fluids since that helps justify them ordering IV fluids which is one way to bump a patient's status from observation to full inpatient (so long as the fluids are ordered to run at 100 ml/hr or greater). Basically, this means that the physician who has to do the same H&P either way, can significantly increase what they get reimbursed for that H&P by justifying inpatient status instead of observation.
I know I will get scolded again, but at the very least we should have the correct information when making arguments. The AR-15 (which stands for Armalite Rifle not assault rifle) and the Sig-Sauer which the Orlando shooter used are not weapons of war or used by police. They might be high capacity, but they are do not use ammo as big and hefty as many handguns do.
A soldier handed an AR-15 or the Sig would probably be like, "really? you want me to fight war with this?"
The fact that mass murderers use them does not make them weapons of wars. And taking them away from law-abiding citizens will ensure that murderers will find a different weapon for their evil doings.
A 10 ml size plunger is only required when assessing patency, once patency has been established any size syringe can be used.
I've never worked anywhere that the facility initiated any nurses week activities, it's always been something that nurses do for themselves, usually organized by a nursing based committee.
For two years Obama had both houses in his pocket. So I do not see how the Republicans can be blamed for anything that happened during that time, but nice try. Obamacare was rambodded in, strictly partisan voting.
Race relations are certainly far worse than they have been in years. ISIS has proven to NOT be a "JV" team. I don't see the economy as improving.....I know too many small business owners who are fixing to close because of increasing regs.......and the list is long.
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