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2 Bryant Legacy Line heat pumps defrosting!

I was at a medical practice where I have permission to film, and there are A LOT of heat pumps within a few feet of each other. Most of the Bryant units in the video (including the two that went into defrost) all belong to the medical practice, as do the first York heat pump and the Payne seen in the video. The Gibson heat pump and the other Payne heat pump belong to the building next to the medical practice. The York and Ducane heat pumps, as well as the other Bryant heat pumps, belong to the buildings behind the medical practice.

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Intravenous line insertion

How to insert an intravenous line (“drip” in some vocabularies). For full details, visit – it’s free. Creative Commons licensing – attribution, non-commercial, share-alike.

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A Letter To The Patient’s GP Please, Angela

One of the tracks on the Amateur Transplants’ debut album, Fitness to Practice, is a dictation for a typist descibing a patient who seems to have everything wrong with her. Dr Adam Kay’s choice of wording is deliberately unhelpful to the poor typist at the other end. Enjoy!

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Yucca Valley Pedestrian Accident Lawyer’s Top Ten Things Palin Would Do After a Pedestrian Accident

1. Buy new designer clothes.


2. Buy new designer shoes.


3. Practice her beauty contest walk once she recovers.


4. Find Joe the Plumber.


5. Challenge the driver to a debate.


6. Look for an energy solution to the crisis.


7. Ask the state trooper to quit.


8. Go shopping.


9. Look for one of the many, many newspapers she reads.


10. Hold more eight-minute speed dating meetings with foreign leaders.


Here are ten more useful tips of advice from a pedestrian accident lawyer to follow if you have been in an accident. You can also learn more about how to handle a pedestrian accident in Yucca Valley, or any city, by calling the Law Offices of R. Sebastian Gibson at any of the numbers which can be found on our website at  and learning how we can assist you.


Obviously, if you have had an accident, and you are reading all of this advice, it’s probably been at least a few days since the accident. However, if it’s only been a few hours or if you ever have another accident, here’s what you should do the next time from the start.


First, take a look around and determine if you or anyone, are hurt. If so, taking steps like trying to prevent further injury or loss of blood are the most important thing you can do. Even if some other driver caused you to be injured, it’s just good manners to help the other driver if they are hurt. They may even be so thankful that they admit their fault to you. The worst thing you can do is get angry or start a fight.


Second, make sure everyone is safe from being injured further. If you are in the middle of traffic, and you are dizzy, sit down away from traffic. If your vehicle is a traffic hazard and you have accident warning devices like flares or triangles, put them out on the road to warn other drivers and get away from the car. Let the police an other emergency personnel investigate the scene with the vehicles in place and move them more safely at a later point.


Third, call the police. Accident reports are extremely helpful if the police will do such a report. Let the police know you are injured immediately. Answer the police questions honestly. But if you are dazed or confused, let them know you need medical treatment and answer only what you feel sure about. Remember, your statements can and will be used against you if you admit fault, and it will be too late and too fishy to later say you didn’t know what you were saying at the scene. Police know that your best recollection is immediately after an accident.


Fourth, get the other driver’s information including their names, addresses, driver’s license numbers, make and model of their vehicles, license plate numbers, and their insurance company name and policy number. If there are witnesses, get their names, addresses and telephone numbers as well. If the other driver makes any admissions of fault, write those down as well.


Fifth, if you have a camera on your cell phone or in the car and you aren’t too injured, take some photos of the vehicles and the scene. If you can’t do it right away, do it after you are released from the hospital.

Sixth, if you are hurt, obtain medical treatment. Don’t decline the ambulance or hospital examination to save your insurance company money or to be stoic. Take your valuables out of your car if you can and get checked out at the hospital. If you are not hurt, don’t get treatment you don’t need. However, remember, after an accident, you may feel a rush of adrenaline that causes you to only start feeling symptoms of pain a few hours later. If you have a health plan that requires you to obtain permission first, call them and find out where you are allowed to seek treatment.


Seventh, call a good pedestrian accident lawyer as soon as you have had your initial treatment, so the attorney can gather other important evidence and prevent the insurance company from taking advantage of you and obtaining such things as recorded statements that you feel fine, when many of your symptoms have yet to manifest themselves. A good pedestrian accident lawyer can save you from making a great deal of mistakes and can shoulder much of the hassle of knowing what to do about car repairs, car rentals, medical treatment, witness statements and the like. If you think you will save money by not having an attorney, think again. A good pedestrian accident lawyer can almost always obtain much higher settlements, obtain reductions of medical bills and insurance liens and prevent you from making costly mistakes. Also, most pedestrian accident attorneys advance costs of obtaining police reports, medical records and the like and are paid and reimbursed for these costs only out of any settlement.


Eight, you will need to report the accident to your insurance company, but since they will want to take a recorded statement from you, just like any other driver’s insurance company, it’s good advice to retain an attorney first. And if the other driver did not have insurance, remember that it is your own insurance company that will be your adversary. You will also need to report the accident to the Department of Motor Vehicles and your lawyer can give you the form for this.


Ninth, do not agree to settle your claim privately with the person at fault for the accident. This almost never works out to your advantage. Don’t agree not to call the police. Police reports that determine the fault for an accident are golden. Your agreement to not involve the police only affords an opportunity for the other driver to change his story and blame you when the police will no longer investigate the accident.


Tenth, don’t pay a traffic ticket without a fight if you weren’t at fault or agree to accept a small payment for your vehicle repairs without knowing that the amount will in fact cover the cost of all the repairs.


If you’ve had a pedestrian accident in Yucca Valley, Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Indio, Coachella, Rancho Mirage, La Quinta, Indian Wells, Cathedral City, Desert Hot Springs, Thermal, Joshua Tree, Twentynine Palms or anywhere in Southern California, we have the knowledge and resources to be your Yucca Valley Pedestrian Accident Lawyer and your Joshua Tree Pedestrian Accident Attorney. Be sure to hire a California law firm with auto, motorcycle, truck, bicycle, pedestrian, car, bus, train, boat and airplane accident experience, wrongful death experience and insurance law expertise who can ensure you are properly represented and get the compensation you deserve.


If you have a personal injury legal matter, a dog bite or if you’ve lost a loved one in a wrongful death accident, call the Law Offices of R. Sebastian Gibson, or visit our website at  and learn how we can assist you.

R. Sebastian Gibson

Dental Practices Consultant Gives You the Strategies to Promote Your Business in Latino Cosmetic Dentist Marketing

In the niche of latino cosmetic dental marketing, you should find helpful strategies on how to promote your business. Promoting your latino cosmetic dental marketing business means getting more cosmetic patients in your side. For this, you need to have an advise from a latino advertising for dental practices consultant as well. In this article, latino advertising for dental practices consultant Ed O’ Keefe would like to teach you the strategies that you can have to become successful in your latino cosmetic dental marketing business. And as a latino advertising for dental practices consultant, he would also advise you to follow these strategies very well.

Strategy 1: Sub-Niche Your Latino Dental Practice

The first strategy that the latino advertising for dental practices consultant would advise you to promote your latino cosmetic dental marketing business is to sub-niche your latino dental practice and start to promote other services. So what does it mean by sub-niching your latino dental practice? In the consultant’s case, they’re promoting an “Invisalign” for patients who needs whiter, stronger teeth. When they come to him he asks them what their ultimate goals are, he has Invisalign as a solution for the patients to help them get the straighter teeth they want. But if they want to get straighter, whiter teeth immediately (and they’re candidates for veneers and any other kinds of services offered), then they can present the whole treatment plan right then and there to the patient. So one of the things that he would like to teach the doctors is to start sub-niching their latino dental practice. Go after your patients with problems and have latino cosmetic dentistry as the solution for them.

Strategy 2: Go For “Lead-Generation Marketing”

The second strategy that the latino advertising for dental practices consultant would advise you to promote your latino cosmetic dental marketing business is to do “lead-generation marketing”. And what he means by this is that you advertise your services. With advertising you actually help people identify you as a good cosmetic dentist by overwhelming them with “before and afters” proof, wherein you can educate them through DVD’s, powerpoints, and also online. As the future of dental practice, you have the options of educating your patients through seminars, local workshops, or you can educate them on-line.

Strategy 3: Open The “Floodgates” To Your Patients

The third strategy that the latino advertising for dental practices consultant would advise you to promote your latino cosmetic dental marketing is to open the floodgates to your patients. A lot of doctors, with their associates, open the floodgates to their new patients and they just get the patients coming in. Then 1 out of 10, or 2 out of 10 patients that came in are going to want latino cosmetic dentistry or more of high-end restorative dentistry. And if you’re the boss and you won the whole latino dental practice, you can be the one who gets that patient.

So these are the ways that the latino advertising for dental practices consultant would advise you to promote your latino cosmetic dental marketing business. Remember, sub-niche your practice, then go for lead generation marketing through advertising, and then open the floodgates to your new patients. Following these strategies will help you gain more new patients, and be successful in your latino cosmetic dental marketing business!

Darcy Juarez

Preventing Medical Errors

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With the increasing complexities of the health systems today it may be easier for some medical errors to occur. This may worry some people and rightly so. Unexpected and unwanted results may happen and may be caused by a medical or computer error. Planned medical care procedures may not go exactly as planned. Errors can and will occur anywhere in the health care system and can do with medication, treatments, identity, or as simple as being given the wrong meal. One of the leading causes of death and injury is medical errors with at least as many as 50,000 people dying in American hospitals each year. With more people dying from medical error than car crashes or AIDS; this is a problem that deserves everyone’s attention.

Medical error refers to overwrought doctors or nurses who accidentally do something lethal when dealing with a patient. This could be an excessive dosage of drugs, or accidentally snipping a blood vessel required to live. Believe it or not, there have been many cases of patients having the wrong leg or arm operated on, which has led to the practice of writing “NOT THIS LEG” or “NOT THIS ARM” on the limb that does not need an operation.

Of course while doctors and government agencies work towards a safer and more effective healthcare system there are things that you can do to help. Form a partnership with your healthcare providers. Get to know them and let them get to know you. Become as involved with your own healthcare as you expect the physician handling your case to be. Take part in all decisions relating to your health care. Better results are achieved when you can communicate openly with your doctor to clear up misunderstandings and relay your wishes. Making sure that you receive the proper care is also your responsibility, so don’t let a little embarrassment get in the way of good accurate medical care. A little embarrassment is worth it when it comes to you or your loved ones health and the care that you receive. This kind of good communication can save your life.

The U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality recommend that if you are a patient in a hospital you should speak up for yourself if you notice something that you don’t understand. Know your medications, what they are for, when to take them, and how to take them and bring a list of them with you to the visit. Understand what is expected to occur, how, where, and when. Making sure someone knows what your name is and repeat information to all that you feel needs to know about your visit. Don’t just assume that everyone involved in your care knows what is going on with you. Find out what your tests results are and don’t assume that just because you don’t hear anything that everything is ok. Don’t get forgotten in the hospital. If you have a private physician then make sure that doctor is the one in charge of your care to reduce identity errors.

So if you need the services of a medical professional or are admitted to a hospital, or having to visit outpatient clinic, emergency rooms, please take the time to make it known that you mean business when it comes to your health. Make sure that you build a partnership with your medical professionals as they are the ones that will be caring for you in possibly your most vulnerable moments. Teamwork in this area is the key to reducing some of the medical errors that occur in hospitals today. That team includes you, your doctor, healthcare staff, nurses, and clerical worker. Just be patient with the crew as they are trying their best to keep you alive. While being patient, also be cautious. Eventually you will figure out the best combination so as to be the perfect patient.

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Brave New Technologies

Several new medical techniques have been introduced in the past decades. These methods have revolutionized all what a medical doctor can do for people. Some of these activities, however, are going to bring radical consequences when they are implemented. Some of these are:

1. In vitro fertilization (IVF)

2. Artificial Insemination by the Husband (AIH)

3. Artificial Insemination by a Donor (AID)

4. Surrogate Motherhood

The Indian society is ill prepared either to accept these technologies, or even to evaluate their consequences on our social set up tomorrow,  and because of that it is necessary for us to consider the issues immediately. Every medical practice available in the west filters through to the Indian society sooner or latter. Since most of the people never even get a chance to discuss  such practices, they root themselves firmly   in our soil, changing the whole pattern of our thinking, many times for the worse. Abortion-on-demand is one such example, which is considered by most of our people as a trivial practice. But most of the Indians (including Christians) are blissfully unaware of the not so trivial mental, spiritual, and sociological consequences of this practice.

Coming to our subject, In Vitro Fertilization is that practice by  the help of which they give birth to babies which are erroneously labeled as Test Tube Babies. What they do is to fertilize a woman`s egg with her husband’s sperm in laboratory glassware. At a suitable stage this is implanted in the mother’s uterus. Although this artificial fertilization itself might not be unethical,the different practices associated with it can easily lead people into grossly unethical practices. For example, researchers in this field fertilize a lot of ova to study the effects. Sometimes these fertilized ova are kept frozen for long periods of time, for experimentation at a more convenient occasion. Once the experimentation is finished, these living entities (potential human beings) are destroyed.
Artificial insemination of a woman by her husband’s sperms (when his sperm count is low) is another practice which might be right in some situations, but again the practices surrounding it or prompted by it can go well into the realm of the unethical. For example, way has been opened up for Artificial Insemination of a woman by a donor other than her husband (this will be done in the case where the husband is not in a position of providing sperms for one reason or other). Then there is Surrogate Motherhood where a woman bears a child for a second woman for medical or even trivial reasons. The sperms come from the husband of that woman who is not able to or willing to go through the process of childbearing.

All these practices raise a number of unavoidable questions. A child is the result of a sexual union between a man and his woman, and thus a result of ultimate love. Is it proper and without consequences if we replace this act  of love with mechanical activities which have no connection with a sexual union. Now even if we justify the fertilization of a woman’s egg with her own husband’s sperms on the basis that there is nothing basically unethical about it, can we justify other practices as equally right or acceptable ? What about a man’s sperm being used to fertilize the ovum of a woman who is not his wife in any way ? Or what about a man who donates his sperms to fertilize the ovum of a woman who is not his own  wife ? Here pregnancy ceases to be the result of the natural and lawful union of a man with his own wife ! Whoever can justify such activities where procreation changes its divine role with assembly line production of a commodity which is greatly in demand ?

No one should be fooled into believing that such practices are emotionally neutral to anyone involved in this game. When a child is born out of questionable medical practices, the mother cannot feel the same natural love for   the child who is not born as part of her. Nor can a father get the right kind of emotional or spiritual involvement with the child born of his wife but not fathered by him. The trauma through which the child will have to pass when it grows up is another story for which no solution can be offered.

The emotional abnormalities through which all the concerned parties have to pass is illustrated by the recent case of Baby M. William and Elizabeth Stern of U.S.A. were childless. Mary  B. Whitehead, who already had two children was in need of some money. So she agreed to be artificially inseminated with Stern’s sperm, and be the surrogate mother of his child. The fees for all of this was to be $10,000 ! Once the baby was born, it was to be handed over to the Sterns who had paid for it.

However when the little girl known as Baby M was born, the arrangement fell apart. Whitehead refused to hand over the baby to the Sterns, saying that she had grown too much attached to the baby. She then fled with the baby  and was in the hiding, but the Sterns traced her and took her to the court. After a bitter battle from both the sides, the court handed over the baby to the Sterns. However the case has not ended here because Whitehead has vowed to fight to the end to get the child back. In between her sobs she announced that this baby was her child, her flesh and blood, and that  no judge was going to take away this child from her. It is not difficult to imagine the emotional trauma through which both the parties are passing and the way it will affect Baby M when it grows up into a teen-ager.

What will happen to the stability of the family unit if such practices become common ? By undercutting the spiritual and biological foundations of procreation, are they not going to weaken the already shaky  family unit. It will not only weaken the parent-child bond, but will also lead to mistrust between the husband and wife. This will in turn complicate the matters to such an  extant that these children will probably never grow into healthy and mature adults.

It will be premature to write off all types of artificial reproduction as unethical. It might  be of some benefit when practiced strictly between a man and his wife. However, when these practices are extended to such limits that they threaten to destroy the spiritual and biological basis of family and procreation, there is cause for alarm. Once we allow such practices by overlooking the ethical and socio-spiritual dimensions of the problem, the door will be opened for total chaos. Christians must carefully consider the issues which have only been touched upon lightly in this articles, and Christian doctors must start a dialogue to decide what their position will be when technologies of this kind become available  routinely in Indian hospitals and clinics.

Dr. Johnson C. Philip