These spell out everything from the vegetarian diet that was to be given to each patient down to how the physicians were expressly forbidden to undertake any service outside the hospital. ... This begs the question of how bad his hospital food must have
There are no drug/drug interactions. There are no food interactions. You don't have to monitor them.
Q: Another interesting finding was that only about 36% of surveyed physicians thought their own prescribing was affected by gifts or food, but 52% said their colleagues are influenced.
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as money, food, or a place to sleep, Dr. ... food and legal assistance or long-term housing,” she said.
Ever. There is nothing harder than a “sticky” patient. He just loves the food and personal service and talking with you three times a day.
It's very hard for someone to have 2 grams of sodium in their diet a day, which is what I usually recommend,” she said.
Past history: allergies, medications, immunizations, nutrition, and major illnesses, operations, and hospitalizations.
Dr. Esber was struck by the history of poor food intake reported by the patient's family. ... Esber said. Her leg pain improved. The patient was discharged to a skilled nursing facility with instructions to provide thiamine replacement until she could
The comparison between the two voyages, only different in the food, would tell the story. ... Well, at least the food part was not true; they did work very hard.