Whether you are a new hospitalist or are an existing one who is struggling to manage your time and resources while treating your patients in the hospital, each of these hospitalist-approved tips listed below will help you streamline your inpatient medical practice: Hospitalist-Approved Tip: Be Mindful of the Order You Choose to Use When Rounding on Hospital Patients Streamlining your inpatient practice requires you to first plan the order in which you will round on each of your patients.
8 October 2018
Earbuds are used by many people as a method of privately listening to music, but that doesn't mean that they're good for you. If you use earbuds, there's a good chance that you could be harming your ears. Here are three potential ways earbuds hurt people's ears and what you should be looking out for. Canal Have you ever heard that nothing foreign should be put in your ears, including something as small and slender as a q-tip?
12 September 2018
How long has it been since you've seen a doctor? Perhaps you're the lucky person who has always felt great, probably because you've taken good care of your body. Or, you might be counting the blessings of just coming from what many might call good genes. Have things changed recently? Perhaps, you've noticed that you tire easily, or maybe you have begun to have frequent headaches or stomach aches. Whatever the reason that you are wanting medical care, here are some ideas that might help you.
30 June 2018
It can be difficult to really comprehend the fact that there might be something "wrong" with your child. Because of this, you might want to avoid screening for certain physical problems. However, if you think there is a chance that your child might have scoliosis, it's important to take your child to a specialist as soon as possible. Then, you can have your child screened to determine if this is the case.
25 April 2018
Access to quality imaging equipment is vital to the success of your veterinary practice. Unfortunately, not all animals who need an ultrasound are able to visit your office. Investing in a portable ultrasound machine gives you the ability to make house calls to check the status of your critical patients. In order to meet your on-the-go imaging needs, you need a portable ultrasound machine with the right features. 1. The Right Frequency
25 April 2018
If you are missing any teeth, you know how difficult it can be to chew foods properly. When you are missing one that is in the front of your mouth, you may be self-conscious, feel a bit embarrassed, and smile in a manner that does not show your teeth. Removable dentures or bridges can be used to replace any missing teeth. However, they will not have the same health benefits you will receive if you have dental implants instead.
23 March 2018
If you have an addiction to opiates and you would like to get help for that, you will want to keep reading. By making use of the following suggestions, you will see that there is a way to finally be able to live free from the drugs that hold you back and risk your life every time you do them. Those close to you will be thrilled that you are taking the initiative to seek the help you need:
18 November 2017
Although you might have had regular visits with a pediatrician as a child, things may have changed now that you've become an adult. You might think you're too busy to get annual physicals and that it's not necessary for you to have a primary care physician. As long as you're able to see a doctor during an emergency, you believe that is all you need. However, these sentiments are actually quite far from the truth.
7 November 2017
Of all of the types of optional plastic surgery, breast augmentation could easily be deemed as one of the most popular forms. Numerous women have their breasts enlarged with implants successfully. If you have decided that breast augmentation surgery is right for you, there is one big question you will be faced with: How big should you go? Choosing an appropriate breast size will make a huge difference in how satisfied you are with the end result.
17 October 2017
If you have never worn a hearing aid before, you will need some time to get comfortable using one. Sometimes people have bad experiences using a hearing aid, so they give up on using it. However, they can be incredibly beneficial to your life. They will allow you to participate in activities that have become difficult with a loss of hearing. The following are a few things to keep in mind as you begin using a hearing aid that will help you transition to integrating this device in your life.
27 September 2017