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Dialysis Glimpses from the 60’s and 70’s

Dialysis therapy in the 1960’s and 1970’s was a long process. Not every one could get treated. These are reminisces from those periods- when coil and flat plate units were used and each dialysis involved long preparation times, as well as long treatment times. Continue reading

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Telemedicine is no longer the future for CHF patients

Telemedicine is no longer something for the future. For CHF (congestive heart failure), it seems we can reduce some 40% of hospital readmissions by incorporating this into our protocol. We can look for similar results with other maladies. Continue reading

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Let’s re-evaluate our basis for healthcare!

Many of you know that I have been writing (and some of you may have termed it “ranting”) about health care reform in America for several years. But, that’s because we have allowed ourselves to develop a system of reimbursement … Continue reading

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