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Is your Oxygen Concentrator making you sick?

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Is your Oxygen Concentrator making you sick?

Oxygen Concentrator maintenance, Accessories Maintenance and Infection Prevention If you have an oxygen concentrator, you may want to know how much maintenance is needed to keep your concentrator in good functioning condition for as long as possible. If this hits close to home, it would be beneficial to keep reading as I touch base on Maintenance, cleaning, replacement guidelines, warranty & warranty violations where the manufacturer will not cover repair costs.    Devilbiss 525 5L & 10L Concentrators To prolong the life of your brand new oxygen concentrator and to ensure the cleanest oxygen flow is provided to you, there...

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Asthma: Stop making breathing harder for yourself!

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Asthma: Stop making breathing harder for yourself!

Stop making breathing harder for yourself, get an AeroChamber! What is Asthma? Asthma is a condition where the small airways in the lungs swell, narrow and increase mucus production leading to difficulty in breathing, exponentially increased exhalation time. It is often in conjunction with monophonic or polyphonic wheezing heard either by auscultation or by proximity.      Are there different severities of Asthma? Yes. While for some Asthma can be a bit of a nuisance, for others it can mean the difference between life and death. Asthmatic bronchospasm frequency can progress and it can settle and be very well controlled...

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Infusion Feeding : What am I missing?

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Infusion Feeding : What am I missing?

By Omar Moulay, MD   You know the basics of infusion feeding: The liquid or liquified solute (containing nutrients), Is administered over some period of the day or night ; Continuous, 24h all day, Intermittent, more natural, bolus, per need, or Cyclic, more practical, same time, same hour each day or each night Through the digestive tube (Enteral feeding) or through the veins (Parenteral feeding).       It can be useful when... -the natural digestive access (ie: conscious control over mouth opening, chewing, swallowing, progression all away to the stomach, then through the Intestines), -or digestive function (ie: processing...

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Male Incontinence : If you hate it you should put a Clamp on it!

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Male Incontinence : If you hate it you should put a Clamp on it!

By Omar MOULAY, MD   Penile compression clamps (PCCs). They are urethral compression devices designed to minimize male urinary leakage while maintaining blood flow to the penis. PCCs are known to be an effective palliative modality for male urinary incontinence. Used to control stress incontinence or dribbling of urine, they offer an alternative to surgical approaches. Designed to be worn daily, they are more secure and less likely to leak than pads, allowing men the opportunity to participate in all types of vigorous activities. They are also a good money saver in the long run, compared to the constant use...

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Can Pelvic Therapy Improve Incontinence? Find out what a trusted doctor said.

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Can Pelvic Therapy Improve Incontinence? Find out what a trusted doctor said.

By Omar MOULAY Urinary Incontinence is a medical condition, mostly benign, with many variants and different treatment approaches. So, please get informed, but don’t read too much into it and consult your physician for evaluation and advice for appropriate diagnosis and management.   After reminding simple facts about incontinence, we will show you why and how Pelvic therapy could mean your salvation.   What? Urinary incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine. It means a person urinates when they do not want to. Control over the urinary sphincter is either lost or weakened.   Who? Urinary incontinence is more common...

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