3 Faqs Regarding Kidney Dialysis

Posted on: 22 June 2018

Kidney disease can eventually cause your kidneys to lose all functionality. When this happens, they can no longer remove waste and toxins from your body, allowing them to buildup. At this stage in kidney disease, your doctor will likely recommend dialysis. If you are nervous about starting dialysis, check out these three frequently asked questions. What Types of Dialysis Are Available? There are two types of dialysis from which to choose: hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.
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The Advantages Of Needle-Free CSTDs In A Medical Setting

Posted on: 4 March 2018

The administration of some types of pharmaceuticals can pose a risk to the environment and the people in it, which is why CSTDs, or Closed System Transfer Devices, are the norm in modern medical treatment settings. As a bonus, many modern CSTDs are made needle-free, which means they connect between the medication being administered and an IV without a necessary puncture of the receiving unit. While most medical staff are familiar with CSTDs, many have no idea why they are so important.
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5 Tips For Making Your Lab More Eco-Friendly

Posted on: 10 November 2017

If you're a researcher or scientist, your lab most likely has a lot of different equipment and materials. In this day and age, more and more institutions are making strides to make their labs more eco-friendly and sustainable. Luckily, creating a more green and sustainable lab does not require major measures or a lot of time. Use the following easy tips to reduce your lab's carbon footprint and make it more eco-friendly:
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3 Tips For Internal Medicine

Posted on: 24 September 2017

When going through an internal medicine residency, there are some sound tips you'll want to understand that will be useful to you. The more you know about getting through this time in your life, the better you'll be as a physician overall. With this in mind, take the time to follow these strategies and reach out to a company that can assist you any time you need further help.  #1: Use the internal medicine software that you feel most comfortable with
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