One Natural Method of Addressing Respiratory Ailments/ Infections
- Use a nebulizer in conjunction with Micro-Partical Colloidal Silver, or Food Grade H202, using Ellis Distilled (100x) water, as a carrier for both.
These two methods can be used for various issues, in varied quantity, duration, per daily basis, if required.
Both products have enormous impact on viral/bacterial/fungal pathogens.
It is well-known that CS will destroy over 650 known viruses, bacteria within 4-6 minutes contact time, invitro. H202 is well known to address bacterial pathogens, as well. Do the research. Both of these products should be kept on-hand for their many benefits and uses.
Micro-particle CS @ .0008 can penetrate cells and thus effectively destroy most pathogens that hide inside cells, including Mycoplasmas, which are now thought to be in 80% of Cancer victims and in 90% of NorthAmerican population by now.
Its been reported to have been introduced via the filtering systems at Vaccine manufacturing facilites, as per reports from Highly placed and regarded MD Researchers. ' -------- ' Mycoplasmas are considered to be a causal component of the Chronic Degenerative Diseases we are now experiencing in our society.
Inhalation therapy for respiratory benefit, can be realized using the above 2 components in various degrees and levels with little or no negative side-effects.
as per historical research and anecdotal information suggests.
affected by respiratory ailiments
A person infected with common respiratory ailments should remember that most are viral and will improve in seven to ten days. The person should take care to use good hygiene practices to avoid infecting others.
Emphysema is one respiratory disease that can be detected by a volume test. If the patient is unable to take large breaths, this may be a sign of lung diseases.
what is valvular heart disease? how is take care it?
As you all know, respiratory therapy is still a fairly new profession. Whereas doctors and nurses have been around for centuries, respiratory therapists for about half a century. I like the fact that I am going to be a part of something that is growing and trying to gain further recognition.Perhaps the most obvious reason is that I can't think of anything more rewarding that I'd enjoy doing besides helping someone breathe easier. To say that I will be the one managing the patient's respiratory care feels good. After all, if you're not breathing, you're not doing anything else.I enjoy the technical aspect of working with ventilators, BiPAP, and so on. I've always been pretty tech savvy and mechanical, but I also knew that I want to work in the medical field. Respiratory therapy seems to be a pretty good profession for me because I get the "best of both worlds." Not only do I get to troubleshoot equipment, but I also get to take care of people.The title of my blog gives this one away, but I am basically what I'd called addicted to critical care. I was drawn to respiratory therapy partly because of the level of care of the patients that they take care of, and I really want to be able to work in the ER or ICU, preferably in a Level I trauma center. I like that RT school trains you to critically think and care for patients requiring urgent care.I like the variety. It is interesting to me that I will one day be working with all kinds of patients, from peds to the elderly, from subacute patients to the critically ill.Another reason I want to be an RT is the fact that therapists provide advanced therapy and usually rely a great deal on independent judgement.The final reason I can think of right now is that I'd like to be a part of the healthcare team providing care to patients. RTs work with nurses, physicians, and other healthcare staff to decide what is best for the patient, and I really would like to be a part of that team.
Webmd.com is a great website to find information on how to take care of Alzheimers patients. This website can give you tips on care such as bathing and feeding them.
Atria Shaker is a care center new Albany New York for patients who suffer from alzheimers. It is a reputable institution, and they take very good care of their patients.
They only take a few patients each year that have badgercare
Doctors treat diseases and research the causes of diseases. They take care of patients.
You take the patients Respiratory Rate and divide it by the tidal volume averaged over 1 minute.
Respiratory therapists assist patients with breathing problems and cardiopulmonary disorders. They work with health care professionals to develop treatment plans and assess options for the patient. Respiratory therapists are responsible for implementing and following the treatment plan. Respiratory therapists work under the supervision of a doctor and may supervise respiratory therapy technicians. Patients of all ages with a variety of health issues may require the services of a respiratory therapist to help ease their breathing or aid in ventilation. Respiratory therapists treat premature newborns, performing diagnostic tests and assisting with ventilation when needed. They see heart attack patients and patients with breathing disorders such as emphysema, asthma, or bronchitis. Respiratory therapists may deal with patients in critical situations on life support or in the intensive care unit. Respiratory therapists use a variety of treatments to assist their patients. For people with asthma, an aerosol medicine is often prescribed. Other patients may require an oxygen mask or chest physiotherapy. Respiratory therapists in some areas are permitted to take electrocardiograms, perform stress tests, and draw blood for testing. Respiratory therapists work with patients dealing with difficult health issues and must be sensitive to their concerns and needs. They work well as part of a team of health professionals, but can also make important decisions independently. Respiratory therapists are detail-oriented and understand the importance of keeping good records.
they don't ... they treat them ... it's more of a job for a counselor or nurse to takes care of them ...