Nurse Practitioner misidentifies birthmarks as signs of abuse leds to doctor couple husband wife pedsonc-ER med to lose custody of child.
An ER doctor was charged with abusing his baby. But 15 medical experts say there's no proof. An ER doctor was charged with abusing his baby. But 15 medical experts say there’s no proof. After a physician worried he’d hurt his baby, his own hospital reported abuse. Now fellow doctors are raising concerns about an “out of control” system. www.nbcnews.com Lol. Independent practice. Nurses education.
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ConclusionsImplantation of spinal cord stimulation electrodes through a surgical laminectomy using dexmedetomidine is a safe and feasible procedure with adequate comfort for patient and surgeon. This way of working increases the optimal position of the electrode resulting in the most convenient stimulation pattern and avoiding revisions.
Publication date: Available online 19 February 2020Source: Pharmacology Biochemistry and BehaviorAuthor(s): Aaron Ettenberg, Kathy Ayala, Jacob T. Krug, Lisette Collins, Matthew S. Mayes, Matthew P.A. FisherAbstractSub-anesthetic doses of ketamine produce an increase in rodent ambulation that is attenuated by co-administration of naturally-occurring lithium (LiN), the drug most commonly employed in the treatment of bipolar illness. As a consequence, ketamine-induced hyperactivity has been proposed as an animal model of manic behavior. The current study employed a modified version of this model to compare the potency of LiN...