August 21, 2011
Author: Don Salvatore
(send all everything to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Show download: http://tinyurl.com/FPR-08-18-11
Terri Ring - These are just beautiful! I can't wait to see the whole album. What a spieacl evening, and your photos will help us all remember it. Terri, Carrie's Mom http://drwbgivkk.com [url=http://friokmhbx.com]friokmhbx[/url] [link=http://jzukuiwi.com]jzukuiwi[/link]
Sunday, September 08, 2013 12:54 AM
We had to buy the bag for over $200 and it has everything in it All of our trach <a href="http://zjxwogrx.com">sunioictng</a> supplies, bandages, stethoscope, bp cuff, foley cath kit, IV kits, etc. We use? our bags to practice skills and when we are tested on certain skills. We are supposed to keep our pen lights, scissors, and stethoscopes on us for all of clinicals, as well as our bandaging tape, and sometimes our bp cuff
Monday, September 02, 2013 01:12 PM
OMG!thank u for doing this!actually, i just got accepted in the niusrng school and will be starting this fall semester on August 30! it seems so far away,? but i guess i have to buy the books now and read some so i could be prepared!! loli'm sooo excited and nervous at the same time, i'm actually more worried about the clinicals coz i dunno how to treat my patient and i just have alot of worries! coz i've never had any medical experience, and this will be my first offical job! i'm 18 btw. http://pzmdcox.com [url=http://nqiblaiyw.com]nqiblaiyw[/url] [link=http://gquwit.com]gquwit[/link]
Sunday, September 01, 2013 07:33 AM
Thank you for discussing the<a href="http://svromuwtz.com"> itpormance</a> of brining OIT clinical trials to Chicago. We live in Chicago and our 9 year old son has severe allergies to dairy, egg, peanuts, some tree nuts and fish. He is seen at Lurie Childrens locally but we have been frustrated that there has not been OIT clinical trials in Chicago (or anywhere in the Midwest). We were so frustrated and impatient that in January of 2012, we enrolled him in the Xolair/OIT dairy immunotherapy clinical trial at Mt. Sinai in New York City. Since Jan., we have flown to NYC monthly (and for 6 months, we flew there twice a month). In January, he had an immediate reaction to just traces of dairy powder to confirm he was in fact allergic, but after 6 months of incremental increases to diary, he is now able to ingest around 3 oz. of dairy on a daily basis. He is no longer increasing his dose, but rather maintaining the exposure to that level of diary for another 1 1/2 years with the hopes that his body will outgrow and become desensitized to dairy. We will still need to fly NYC monthly until they are ready to give him a formal food challenge, but we have great expectations. We feel that, not only are we helping to advance research in OIT (which seems extremely promising), we are also helping him overcome one of his allergies (and dairy, to us, is the most challenging). However, if it is successful, we will still need to tackle his other allergies, including peanuts, and we would love to do that in Chicago. I just wanted to affirm our support for both brining OIT to Chicago AND encouraging patients to participate in those trials if they do come. Our son has been a total trooper (and has logged in some serious frequent flier miles!). It is a shame that for too long, many other major cities (New York, San Francisco, Baltimore, etc.) have had OIT studies but Chicago has not. Let's change that NOW. Thank you again for raising awarness of this extremely important develompent in finding a cure for food allergies.
Saturday, August 31, 2013 07:15 PM
Mandy Verd Posted on This is very interesting, You're a very skileld blogger. I have joined your feed and look forward to seeking more of your fantastic post. Also, I've shared your site in my social networks!
Friday, August 30, 2013 09:07 PM
Add a Comment