Last April, Nicole Jannis was diagnosed with breast cancer at 28 years old. She documented her one-year journey to inspire others not to give up. For more information please visit http://www.hlntv.com/video/2015/04/22/inspirational-cancer-patient-journey
Views: 44286 HLN
Stage 2 Cancer with 2 Lymph Nodes infected into Hopital 09\10 for a Year Long Parenteral nutrition is by definition given IV. Partial parenteral nutrition supplies only part of daily nutritional requirements, supplementing oral intake. Many hospitalized patients are given dextrose or amino acid solutions by this method. Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) supplies all daily nutritional requir
Views: 118 Cole Knight
CLICK FOR MORE & TO FIND ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA Hospital vlog. My first hospital vlog. I could only manage to do this one day for a few minutes out of the 2 weeks I was there because things got crazy and I wasn't feeling good at all. FOLLOW ALL MY THINGS! ALSO FOLLOW ALL MY THINGS! Website: http://www.inflamed-and-untamed.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sara_Ringer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sara_ringer/ YouTube: You're already here!
Views: 2528 Sara Ringer
Comfort care/hospice in the hospital, day one, autoimmune anti-body phospholipid syndrome, I don’t want you autonomic neuropathy, this I don’t know Mia, gastroparesis, malabsorption of the guide, total parent Terrell nutrition, tube feeding, venting, supra pubic catheter, small nerve pain, Sjogren’s disease, genetic
Views: 46 Kerri’s Kaleidoscope
Join me as I spend a week at a hospice. I take time out in the quiet reflection room and contemplate what it means to have a life-limiting illness. To donate to Carrie's fund for life-saving surgery visit https://www.jyoucaring.com/carriesfund Follow the Rural Teacake Blog : http://ruralteacake.com Facebook : https://facebook.com/ruralteacake Twitter : https://twitter.com/RuralTeacake Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/ruralteacake
Views: 21258 Rural Teacake
Hlo guys!!! plz like my videos n subscribe my channel for the love of (R.I.P) Yama Buddha (The Nepali Rapper). and if u all like my videos to 1k n subscribe my channel to 1000 subscribers then i will make the part 2 of the Try not to cry videos!!!
Views: 1314379 RLG - Marshmallow
about to have major open surgery to remove the tumor from the tail end of my pancreas & my spleen.we were told i have good odds they can remove it all n not need chemo because it seems to be contained. I swear i jus really thought they were at the last minute send me home n say they were all wrong that there was a mixup lol....idk y! cuz i wanted it that way maybe... it was the most surreal feeling when they took me back.. lol thank got they didnt get me balling on camera! ....well seee you on the other side DUN DUN DUNNNN IM BACK!Hola YET AGAIN! My name is Brittany in my NOW 21 short years on earth i've LIVED! Grew up really battling my crohn's disease and all the almost endless seeming complications coming not only from the disease its self but from the treatments, medications, and the "side affects". At times my family life seemed to almost bust undone at the seams but has pulled together tighter then ever and has been mending with the birth of my beautiful niece Annalease & the finding of Eric my best friend and better half ALSO FUTURE HUSBAND. We all fit and our bonds grow as we've been tested to no ends. We've been desperately awaiting a liver transplant for my father who is in a life or death state constantly in & out of Einstein Hospital. Meanwhile I was just diagnosed with pancreatic cancer which WAS SUCCESSFULY REMOVED IN LATE APRIL! END OF dilemma!I AM CANCER FREE! IM STILL GETTING TREATMENTS OF TPN THRU A PIC LINE INTO MY HEART BUT SHOULD BE BACK TO MY OLD SELF IN NO TIME. I TOOK A BREAK BUT IM BACK. I'll STILL be blogging about it all.. how we live .. how we cope.. how we forget about everything.. how we just make it through. Up's and Down's .... EVEN OLD VIDEOS FROM B4 ANAD AFTER SURGERY stay tuned...
Views: 1006 AngelCheeks11
Five year old Summer began receiving care from Hospital@Home and Palliative and Complex Care Team after been diagnosed with Persistent Bacterial Bronchitis. With support from the community based children's nursing team, Summer is able to be cared for at home rather than having lengthy stays in hospital when she requires IV antibiotics. www.staffordshireandstokeontrent.nhs.uk
Views: 95 StaffsPartnershipNHS
Many of you know our daughter, Juliana, fought cancer 8 times between 2007-2016. We are finalizing the second rough draft on a book about Juliana's life (that her fans requested that I write) before we send it off to the publisher for review. Toward the end of the book Tammy, my wife, shares, "When your child is diagnosed with cancer, everything changes. You realize that you are not in control of life. You realize there is not (and never actually was) any such thing as safe. Terrible, horrible, awful things happen every day and there is absolutely nothing we can do to prevent or stop them. You feel powerless. You have to watch your beloved child endure horrific pain and be tortured by endless treatments over and over, day after day, month after month, year after year. Even between treatments, during the remissions, you can’t ever relax, you are always looking for signs of relapse, ever vigilant, waiting for the ‘next shoe to drop,’ knowing that it can, that the tragedy of cancer has struck once, it can strike again, and you can do nothing to stop it. Everything changes and mostly not in a good way. It is emotionally, mentally, physically and financially devastating. You lose touch with many friends . . . they just can’t understand where you are living. You can no longer stand to listen to them complain about the minor inconveniences in life—a child not making the cut for a sports team, a water heater going up at an inconvenient time, not being able to afford that new purse. Your child is fighting for their life. You are flushing Hickman lines, hooking up IV medications and TPN, managing more than twenty oral medications (and you know the name, strength, dosage and when you last gave every one of them), giving neupogen injections, changing sterile dressings, and constantly watching for fever or any one of a myriad of signs that your child could be getting sick, having a side effect or relapsing. You are at the hospital multiple times every week. You keep a packed suitcase in your car because you have been admitted to the hospital unexpectedly so many times. You do make new friends—other ‘Cancer Moms.’ They are the only ones who you can relate to—they understand. You feel guilty . . . all the time. You have to spend so much time taking care of your sick child. You feel so bad for not having as much time for your well children. You feel bad for missing their activities or not being able to let them join in the first place. For not spending as much time with them as you do the child with cancer, for always having to make them change their plans because of another doctor appointment, treatment or unscheduled hospital admission. Yet you keep fighting for your child and you always hold tightly to hope . . . because, really, there is no other option." If you would like to help us with getting the book published (not cheap) we have set up a Go Fund Me Account at https://www.gofundme.com/JulianaCarverbookpublishingfees We miss Juliana SO MUCH!! www.angelsforjuliana.com https://www.facebook.com/Angels-For-Juliana-250289225091998/
Views: 1352 John Carver
Many of you know our daughter, Juliana, received a bone marrow transplant on April 29, 2016 from her birth mother who lives in Belarus. Within days of the transplant Juliana started filling up with fluid, her capillaries were leaking and she was bleeding internally...a LOT. Since April 22, 2016 through September 20, 2016 Juliana received 98 transfusions. This is in addition to the 120 transfusions she has received up to that time. Scans shows fluid building up around Juliana's heart. She has been on TPN (food in a tube) for over six months. My wife and I think that may have caused some or all of the fluid to accumulate. A procedure was done, in the hospital, in early September to remove the fluid around Juliana's heart. 800ml of fluid was removed. Almost, immediately Juliana started having SEVERE pain in her back. We found out fluid started building up around her right lung. In late September 2016 1.8 LITERS of fluid was removed from around Juliana's right lung. Juliana is scheduled to have another PET scan (one month early) on September 27, 2016 to see if they can see why the fluid is building up (other that what we think caused it). The PET scan will, also, show IF Juliana has relapsed...again. My wife, Tammy, and I are SO worried but do NOT think she has relapsed as she has NO signs of cancer like the prior seven times she has had cancer. Please follow her journey at https://www.facebook.com/Angels-For-Juliana-250289225091998/
Views: 70694 John Carver
Hi friends! :) First, to all my spoonies (and anyone else who needs a bit of extra encouragement) watching this, remember you CAN do it. You WILL get through it. I am SO proud of each and every one of you for courageously battling such an uphill fight. One of my favorite sayings is, "Remember dear, the sun will always come up tomorrow." Second, as you may have all realized,, today I am posting first vlog ever! I am SO excited for this vlog and my future vlogs on this channel. They are such a great way to keep my dear friends and family updated on my life and they can get a glimpse into my daily life. Additionally, it is so educational and informative for people who may not understand, to the full extent, of what life with chronic illness is really like. This video is part 1 out of 4 from this hospital stay. And OMG, the future videos get SO interesting and surprising as my hospital stay continued. So, stay tuned for those videos coming out during the next few weeks. Also, I am currently at Mayo Clinic while posting this video. We are working with my providers to figure out a comprehensive treatment plan and symptom management plan. Tomorrow is a big day for me because advocating for myself takes a lot of energy. I know I will do my very best to prepare to positively advocate for myself! And yes, for everyone wondering, I will be vlogging this Mayo trip as it should be very eventful and positively productive. I love you all very much, Abby Rose :) Social Media: Instagram: @always.abby.rose About me: Name - Abby Rose Age - 15 Height - 5'8'' Main chronic illnesses - Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Classic, Gastroparesis, Intestinal Failure, Psuedo-obstruction, endometriosis, POTS/dysautonomia, OCD, and generalized anxiety disorder If you have any questions make sure to leave them below. My love, strength, prayers, and thoughts are always with all of you. All my love, Abby :) Intro Music - "It's a Beautiful Day" by Boyce Avenue
Views: 1172 Abby Rose
Like GP, intestinal pseudo-obstruction is a life-changing disorder that disrupts digestion and the ability to eat normally. Lauren shares her story, not knowing what it's like to be normal in terms of eating and pain, and the obstacles she faces "to feel human." For more information about how to get involved check out the campaign and its mission, A Voice for the Dying, at https://www.gofundme.com/HealingGPNaturally.
Views: 890 Stephanie Torres
"I don't think I would've survived as long as I have if I hadn't have adapted my lifestyle" This is Sally's story about life with Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) after a volvulus, and the decision to move into the hospice after complications impacted on her quality of life. This story is part of the part of the multi-award winning documentary series, LIFE before Death. To find out more about the series visit http://www.lifebeforedeath.com Thanks also to Palliative Care Australia for sharing this story. For more info on palliative care please visit www.palliativecare.org.au Have a story about health care in Australia that you'd like to share? Have a say over @ www.ourhealth.org.au
Views: 360 Consumers Health Forum of Australia
Pain Control: Support for People With Cancer - National Institutes of Health 2008 - Publication Q018 - National Cancer Institute. Summarizes the key points and issues for cancer pain control, including ways to control pain, talking about your pain with your health care team, medicines, and your pain control plan.
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World News - Parents of terminally-ill girl are fighting doctors The parents of a terminally ill 11-year-old girl have vowed to fight doctors who want to withdraw her pain relief despite the threat of her being placed in foster care.Melody Driscoll suffers from Rett Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that affects brain development and results in severe mental and physical disability.Her parents, Karina and Nigel Driscoll, appeared on Good Morning Britain today to speak about their battle with medics at King's College Hospital in London, where Melody is being cared for.Doctors are weaning her off morphine and steroids over fears that the drugs could result in potentially fatal liver damage.But her parents say they believe Melody will die 'from shock and pain' if morphine is withdrawn and are suing the hospital in a bid to get the drugs for their daughter.They have enlisted help from Charles Da Silva, the lawyer who worked on the Charlie Gard case. The family are trying to raise £50,000 to cover the legal costs.After contacting the council to see if they could provide a social worker for Melody, the couple were given a letter from social services which read that their ill daughter could be taken into care.In the letter, doctors say the parents are 'difficult' and say Melody could be at risk from 'significant harm'.Mr Driscoll said today: 'We are struggling, quite a lot. The worst thing is with social services we actually asked for a social worker to be involved to help us with the situation in the hospital.‘We have sent her videos of Melody in pain at the hospital and she just says there's nothing they can do as they have to listen to the medical practitioners.’Mrs Driscoll added: ‘They say that she doesn’t need the pain relief, that they can manage it with easier drugs, they say that the morphine is affecting her liver.'She said: ‘But we say her liver is being damaged anyway because of the TPN - she is fed intravenously so we have to bypass her digestive tract and that causes liver failure in the long term.‘We think we will lose her through shock and pain [if morphine is stopped].‘She has always struggled since she was three years old with chronic pain. She was always very sick because of it, internally bleeding from it.‘When Great Ormond St stated her on the morphine and ketamine four years ago it gave her a quality of life.‘We knew they couldn't cure her, or fix her, so we opted for quality of life over quantity because we didn’t want her to suffer any more.’Last week Mrs Driscoll spoke about the letter which threatened to take her child into care.She said: 'I saw the words 'foster care' and collapsed. I couldn't read on. We love our children more than anything and we'd never harm a hair on their heads.'I asked for a social worker because I thought they'd help us do the best for Melody. Now I realise how naive we were. Parents are powerless.'How do we begin to explain to the other children that Melody might be taken from them?'The couple, who live in Croydon, are distraught at seeing their little girl in so mu Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5273797/Parents-terminally-ill-girl-fighting-doctors.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
Views: 161 World News
I'm very sick, trying to fix all the problems I have! BUT, that doesn't mean I can't have my fun : I make the best out of the worst :P Here are the links to help me save my life! Please help if you can! http://igg.me/at/mikeoliveri & http://www.gofundme.com/3tzfo4
Views: 1372 Mike Oliveri
Welcome to a regular day in my life. Everyday I get TPN, Protonics, Fluids, and more. This video shows you all of it! How to make TPN or at least how I do it and how much shipment I receive every week just to keep me alive! __________________________________________________________________ If you enjoyed please Like and Subscribe, also hit that little Bell button to get notified when I post a video! _________________________________________________________________ If you want to follow me on my socials its JayceeP516 on Instagram and snapchat...Thanks for watching!
Views: 419 Jaycee's Journey
St. Mark's Hospital Foundation is delighted to present the new video 'a future free from the fear of bowel disease' St. Mark's Hospital is widely recognised as a world centre of excellence in the fight against colorectal cancer, otherwise known as bowel cancer, as well as leading the world in research into inflammatory bowel disease, otherwise known as Crohn's disease and Ulcerative Colitis. This film provides a real insight into the cutting edge research to beat bowel cancer and one day develop an effective treatment for Crohn's disease and Ulcerative Colitis, to totally manage these painful and debilitating diseases and provide the most advanced treatments. In the video you will hear from Professor Robin Phillips, Clinical Director of the Hospital, about research to alleviate the pain and suffering of Fistulae. Professor Phillips will also introduce and explain the USP of St.Mark's, which is the unique culture whereby for many decades one generation of world leading surgeons, doctors and nurses have passed their skills, knowledge and expertise to the next generation of Research fellows, who through the training they receive at St.Mark's are destined to be the future world leading surgeons, doctors and nurses. Miss Nuha Yassin, a rising star of St. Mark's explains what it means to have a mentor such as Professor Robin Phillips encouraging her to be the best she can be, and fully supporting her to achieve it. You will then hear from Professor Sue Clark, Director of the Polyposis registry, about the vital work St. Mark's is carrying out in the area of Cancer and Inherited Cancer. Genetics plays a key role in finding the key to unlock a cure for cancer and as the oldest registry of families with cancer, Professor Clark and her team are leading the way in the fight to unlock a cure. Dr Ailsa Hart and her team in the IBD Department explain how through innovative research including research into the efficacy of Vitamin D and research into targeting medical therapies in Crohn's disease, they are working to remove the fear of Crohn's disease, and create effective treatments that will totally manage the symptoms and unlock the cause of Crohn's disease. Dr Simon Gabe, Head of the Intestinal Rehabilitation Department at St.Mark's and Dr Tahera Ansari, Senior Clinical Research Fellow who leads a team of researchers at Northwick Park Institute for Medical Research explain their research into tissue issue engineering the worlds first functional intestinal tissue, leading to the world's first tissue engineered replacement bowel, which will be grown from the patient's own stem cells thus avoiding organ rejection and a lifetime on immunosuppressant drugs. This work has potential benefit for patients with Crohn's disease who have lost a large part of their bowel and can no longer absorb nutrition through eating and are on Total Parental Nutrition (TPN) to obtain their nourishment. Professor Brian Saunders, Director of The Wolfson Institute for Endoscopy, one of only 14 accredited world centres of excellence for Endoscopy, which also houses the Kennedy Leigh Academic Centre for Training in Endoscopy, explains the exciting research that is being undertaken to develop the Colonoscopic Surgical Unit (CSU) to provide minimally invasive surgery for patients with small growths in their bowel, called polyps. With the advent of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Programme, many more people are being identified with polyps. If caught early they can be removed as day care surgery, but if left to grow they can develop into cancerous bowel tumours which at a later stage of development are much harder to remove, and lead to loss of large part's of healthy bowel in order to fully excise these silent killers. The CSU, is developing minimally invasive surgical procedures, new surgical equipment and innovative ways of personalising the treatment pathway for patients with polyps and early stage cancer, to be able to meet the very large demand that exists for day care surgery with virtually no recovery time. You will also hear from Mr Peter Dale and Mr Justin Hansen, the Gutless Kayaker, who paddled 420 miles from South Yorkshire to Bristol to raise funds for FLEX, and in doing created a world record for someone on Total Parental Nutrition. This video was previewed at a Dinner at the V & A, attended by cast members of Casualty, and addressed by our guest speaker Lord Gowrie. Previous Dinners have been attended by Chris Evans and Lewish Moody and we hope to welcome new supporters to future Dinners. If you would like to support St. Mark's Hospital's vital research please donate now on our just giving page etc... or telephone Anthony Cummings, Executive Director, St. Mark's Hospital Foundation on 0208 235 4042 or email Anthony.Cummings@nhs.net Video created by Captive North http://www.captivenorth.co.uk/ Produced by Anthony Cummings
Views: 4434 StMarksHospitalFoundation
A more updated video that includes the past years procedures, tests and surgeries. I want to thank everyone for their support and help during this journey and for their continued thoughts and love as. It has meant the world to me. We never give up. * Music credit: Emma Rowley for "I Am."
Views: 367 Natiebar
Today's chemo session was a little bit different because it took me by surprise. I hadn't expected to continue the treatment for so long. I planned on doing the recommended eight sessions (previously brought up from a recommended six sessions after having a scan about two weeks ago) and then doing alternative therapy. At this point I have made the decision to stop at eight sessions of chemo therapy and then transition to alternative therapies and then to turn back to chemo if the alternative therapies do not look promising. This is just for medical stuff (conventional and alternative and does not include Reiki healing or meditation or faith or essential oil's or treating my h.pylori or using CBD's and THC from medical marijuana or turkey tail tea among others also.)
Views: 2623 Blessons From Cancer
This is my post-game analysis of the debate about veganism and the value of animal products between Chris Kresser and Joel Kahn on The Joe Rogan Experience. You can find the original debate here: https://youtu.be/ULtqCBimr6U Chris Kresser's references are here: https://chriskresser.com/why-eating-meat-is-good-for-you/?utm_source=rogandebate&utm_medium=website&utm_term=rogandebate&utm_content=&utm_campaign=rogandebate_joe-rogan-experience Joel Kahn's references are here: https://drjoelkahn.com/joe-rogan-experience-reference-guide/ My own analysis of the randomized controlled trials on saturated fat and heart disease can be found in my podcast on coconut oil: https://chrismasterjohnphd.com/2017/06/24/coconut-oil-killing-us/ On balancing methionine, glycine, and B vitamins, see my methylation page: http://chrismasterjohnphd.com/methylation On why the history of nutrition suggests it is dangerous to assume we know everything important in our food, see this article: https://chrismasterjohnphd.com/2010/11/04/they-did-same-thing-to-lab-rats-tha/ My debate with T. Colin Campbell: http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/Campbell-Masterjohn.html My debate with Gene Bauer and Neal Barnard: https://www.intelligencesquaredus.org/debates/dont-eat-anything-face My debate with Michael Greger: https://soundcloud.com/siriusxm-news-issues/standup-w-petedominick-food My articles on TMAO: https://www.westonaprice.org/carnitine-and-heart-disease/ https://www.westonaprice.org/does-dietary-choline-contribute-to-heart-disease/ My article on the protective effect of protein against cancer initiation: https://www.westonaprice.org/the-curious-case-of-campbells-rats-does-protein-deficiency-prevent-cancer/ On the synergistic effect of green tea compounds: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2822459/ On the role of methylation in MTOR activation: http://science.sciencemag.org/content/358/6364/813/tab-pdf
Views: 15769 Chris Masterjohn, PhD
Metabolism is a complex process that has a lot more going on than personal trainers and commercials might have you believe. Today we are exploring some of its key parts, including vital nutrients -- such as water, vitamins, minerals, carbs, fats, and proteins -- as well as how anabolic reactions build structures and require energy, while catabolic reactions tear things apart and release energy. Anatomy of Hank Poster: http://store.dftba.com/products/crashcourse-anatomy-and-physiology-poster -- Table of Contents Water, Vitamins, Minerals, Carbs, Fats and Proteins 3:47 Anabolic Reactions Build Structures and Require Energy 2:59 Catabolic Reactions Tear Things Apart and Release Energy 3:17 Metabolism 2:30 *** Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark , Elliot Beter, Moritz Schmidt, Jeffrey Thompson, Ian Dundore, Jacob Ash, Jessica Wode, Today I Found Out, Christy Huddleston, James Craver, Chris Peters, SR Foxley, Steve Marshall, Simun Niclasen, Eric Kitchen, Robert Kunz, Avi Yashchin, Jason A Saslow, Jan Schmid, Daniel Baulig, Christian , Anna-Ester Volozh -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
Views: 1161760 CrashCourse
http://intensivecarehotline.com/?p=9799 5 signs to look out for when it’s time to let go if your loved one is critically ill and dying in Intensive Care! Book your free 15 minute phone consultation here http://intensivecarehotline.com/scheduling-appointment/ Call directly 24/7 +1 415-915-0090 USA/Canada +44 118 324 3018 UK +6141 094 2230 Australia Get 1:1 consulting and advocacy 1:1 phone counselling http://intensivecarehotline.com/one-on-one-counselling/ Become a member for families of critically ill Patients in Intensive Care https://intensivecarehotline.com/intensivecaresupport-org-membership/
Views: 2526 Patrik Hutzel
Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/TeamRussiaInsider Credit for Subs https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMAISBsO4K-ODixEr6phDcA Zhuravli (Russian: «Журавли́»; Cranes), composed in 1968, is one of the most famous Russian songs about World War II. The Dagestani poet Rasul Gamzatov, when visiting Hiroshima, was impressed by the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and the monument to Sadako Sasaki. The memory of paper cranes made by the girl haunted him for months and inspired him to write a poem starting with the now famous lines: "It seems to me sometimes that our soldiers Who were not to return from fields of gore Did not one day lie down into our land But turned into a skein (wedge) of white cranes..." The poem was originally written in Avar language, with many versions surrounding the initial wording. Its famous Russian translation was soon made by a Russian poet and translator Naum Grebnyov, and was turned into a song in 1969, becoming one of the best known Russian-language World War II ballads all over the world The poem's publication in the journal Novy Mir caught the attention of the famous actor and crooner Mark Bernes who revised the lyrics and asked Yan Frenkel to compose the music. When Frenkel first played his new song, Bernes (who was ill with lung cancer) cried because he felt that this song was about his own fate: "There is a small empty spot in the crane wedge. Maybe it is reserved for me. One day I will join them, and from the skies I will call on all of you whom I had left on the Earth." The song was recorded from the first attempt on 9 July 1969. Bernes died a month after the recording on 16 August 1969, and the record was played at his funeral. Later on, "Zhuravli" would most often be performed by Joseph Kobzon. In the aftermath, white cranes have become associated with dead soldiers, so much so that a range of World War II memorials in the former Soviet Union feature the image of flying cranes and, in several instances, even the lines from the song. Singer Dmitri Hvorostovsky Visit us! http://russia-insider.com/en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RussiaInsider?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RussiaInsider
Views: 821114 Russia Insight
Tony Desnick, Director for Development and New Projects with Nice Ride Minnesota, makes the case that bikes are saving the world from itself. Bicycles really do change you and, in amazing ways, change the community around you.
Views: 640924 TEDx Talks
Check out this plant-based throwdown with vegan physician Dr. Michael Greger. Following recent attempts to debunk What The Health, this was an important discussion. Dr Greger runs nutritionfacts.org and his book How Not To Die was a New York Times Top 10 best seller. Check out our other interviews with plant-based doctors, including Neal Barnard, John McDougall and Alan Goldhamer who are part of the WHY DOCTORS DON'T RECOMMEND VEGANISM series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxzJ6sKr_NWSnMnLvTwBg4ewOlsq3gkKx Dr Greger's book can be found here: https://nutritionfacts.org/book/ This interview was conducted at PCRM's International Conference on Nutrition in Healthcare: https://www.pcrm.org/icnm2017 Captions by: Nadya Inoubli --- ⬇ SUPPORT OUR CHANNEL ⬇ ★ HELP TRANSLATE OUR VIDEOS: http://bit.ly/translatePBN ★ SIGN UP TO RECEIVE OUR WEEKLY HEADLINES IN YOUR INBOX: http://www.plantbasednews.org/signup ★ GOT A NEWS STORY WE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on our hotline UK landline: +44 207 0960 175, US landline: +1 818 963 5411 ★ CHECK OUT OUR WEBSITE: http://www.plantbasednews.org/ ★ SUPPORT OUR WORK BY MAKING A DONATION: https://actionsprout.io/0B2DF1/initial ★ SUPPORT OUR WORK ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/plantbasednews SOCIAL MEDIA ★ TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/plantbasednews ★ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/plantbasednews ★ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/plantbasednews ★ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/plantbasednews LEARN ABOUT LIVING PLANT BASED ★ NutritionFacts.Org ➞ https://goo.gl/BdNbiU ★ Veganuary ➞ http://www.veganuary.com/
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Dr. Thomas Fishbein answers commonly asked questions about small bowel transplantation, including the benefit of small bowel rehabilitation. Click 'show more' to see the questions. For more information about your small bowel transplant experience at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, call MedStar Georgetown M.D. at 202-342-2400 or visit http://ow.ly/Rt75v . Learn more about Dr. Thomas Fishbein: http://ow.ly/Rt6Wm VIDEO CHAPTERS: 1. Introduction (00:00) 2. What is the history of small bowel transplant at MedStar Georgetown? (2:47) 3. Why would someone need a small bowel transplant? (3:19) 4. Have you performed small bowel transplants due to accidents? (5:46) 5. What is the process for a small bowel transplant? (6:30) 6. How long does a small bowel transplant surgery take? (7:22) 7. How long could I expect to wait for a small bowel transplant? (8:23) 8. If I have intestine failure and I'm on TPN, what are my treatment options? (9:03) 9. If I have intestine failure do I automatically need a small bowel transplant? (11:15) 10. How is TPN changing for patients today? (12:22) 11. What's the youngest age a child can have a small bowel transplant? (13:24) 12. If my child has a small bowel problem what is the evaluation process at MGUH? (13:44) 13. Is Omegaven FDA approved? (14:28) 14. If Omegaven isn't FDA approved, why is MGUH using it? (15:05) 15. Can I come to the MGTI for a second opinion? (15:35) 16. What is the team approach you use at the MGTI for small bowel diseases? (16:22) 17. How much research has your team done in the area of small bowel transplant? (17:29) 18. What's available for me and my child if we're traveling from out of the area? (17:59) 19. How long should I expect to stay at MGUH for a transplant? (19:05) 20. What kinds of medications are needed after a small bowel transplant? (19:57) 21. Why should I choose MedStar Georgetown for small bowel transplant? (20:41) 22. What is small bowel rehabilitation? And if that's successful does that mean I don't need a transplant? (21:42) 23. Can small bowel rehabilitation help me avoid a transplant? (22:30) 24. A small bowel transplant seems highly technical, is that true? (23:03) 25. How has the treatment of intestinal failure improved? (23:35) 26. How can my home doctor help facilitate my small bowel rehab or transplant? (24:34) 27. How important is it that I take my medication following a small bowel transplant? (25:29) 28. Who on your team can help explain my medications? (26:02) 29. How accessible are you and your team members if I have an emergency? (26:39) http://ow.ly/N8Dvp
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US Poet Laureate Donald Hall (1928-2018) published essays and anthologies of both poetry and prose including "String too Short to be Saved: Recollections of Summers on a New England Farm", and "Ox-Cart Man", a children's book which won the Caldecott Medal. [Listener: Kendel Currier] TRANSCRIPT: It was a few weeks after the transplant, with Jane's blood counts getting better, that we left the hospital and went back to the apartment right next to the hospital. And I took care of her - I am technophobic, I don't have a computer, and I had to learn how to program pumps to infuse Jane with antivirals, but also hydration, and TPN, which is intravenous feeding - all sorts of things. I had two different pumps I had to learn and I was petrified to go to pump class which the caregiver does, to learn how to do it, and it was just touching buttons, of course. A couple of weeks later I could have taught pump class - it was all right, you do what you have to do. There were also as many as 57 pills in a day, and when she was nauseated it was difficult. And I had to try to get as many calories into her as possible. One of the results of the chemo and radiation is to destroy the cells of the mouth, actually the alimentary canal, but the mouth has more nerve endings in it, so that sore mouth is one of the big pains - extremely sore mouth, and very difficult to swallow things, to take things down. But she... she began to take a little, mostly liquid... fortified Ensure Plus, and so on, but I would keep a record. I had to keep records of exactly what she ate: one slice of bread, a teaspoon of mayonnaise... a tablespoon of mayonnaise, and so on, and we would have to go back to the clinic regularly. I'd of course rented a car, and I had a... a sticker on it, so that I could park anywhere, and I could park right down to the elevator and take her up. There were also... hospitalisation again for her. I guess twice after the transplant - once for about two weeks, and once more briefly. The briefer time was the last time, and it was terrible but Jane didn't remember it, so it wasn't so terrible - it was bad for me - that was a psychotic episode. Back at the apartment, she began to have very irrational notions - obsessive notions. I was troubled with vertigo at that time, and, at one point I was having vertigo as I'd had it many times in front of her, but she decided it was a heart attack and I was dying. And the nurse from the clinic called, and she answered it and she said, 'Don is dying', and so... young man from Emergency came, and I said, 'Give me an EKG - my... my wife's had a bone marrow transplant - she thinks I'm dying'. And he did, and it reassured her. But a day or so later, she'd lost the ability to speak and to walk and to... oh, control her bowels, and she had to go into the hospital, and she was crazy - she was psychotic - it was the result entirely of some combination of drugs. They couldn't be sure quite what, but she decided that she didn't have leukemia, that she was faking, that she was malingering, and that Blue Cross at the hospital would sue us and take away our house, and she said, she lay awake all night, thinking this, and she said, 'I am a wicked person'. She was utterly miserable, but she had no memory of it afterwards. A couple of anti-psychotic drugs, maybe two or three hours and she was all right. They took her off all drugs and then put her back gradually on, and there were no more psychotic episodes or delirium or delusion, which she had had earlier.
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A PICC line is, by definition and per its acronym, a peripherally inserted central catheter. It is long, slender, small, flexible tube that is inserted into a peripheral vein, typically in the upper arm, and advanced until the catheter tip terminates in a large vein in the chest near the heart to obtain intravenous access. It is similar to other central lines as it terminates into a large vessel near the heart. However, unlike other central lines, its point of entry is from the periphery of the body � the extremities. And typically the upper arm is the area of choice. A pick line is a tube that is put in your body by operation. It is like a needle and it is really sensitive. It is for blood tests so you don't have to get a poke all the time and for chemotherapy treatment. You have to be very careful to make sure it doesn't fall off and it has to be flushed everyday to stop it from causing infection. Source: http://www.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_pick_line
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Old videos from March!!! IM BACK!Hola YET AGAIN! My name is Brittany in my NOW 21 short years on earth i've LIVED! Grew up really battling my crohn's disease and all the almost endless seeming complications coming not only from the disease its self but from the treatments, medications, and the "side affects". At times my family life seemed to almost bust undone at the seams but has pulled together tighter then ever and has been mending with the birth of my beautiful niece Annalease & the finding of Eric my best friend and better half ALSO FUTURE HUSBAND. We all fit and our bonds grow as we've been tested to no ends. We've been desperately awaiting a liver transplant for my father who is in a life or death state constantly in & out of Einstein Hospital. Meanwhile I was just diagnosed with pancreatic cancer which WAS SUCCESSFULY REMOVED IN LATE APRIL! END OF dilemma!I AM CANCER FREE! IM STILL GETTING TREATMENTS OF TPN THRU A PIC LINE INTO MY HEART BUT SHOULD BE BACK TO MY OLD SELF IN NO TIME. I TOOK A BREAK BUT IM BACK. I'll STILL be blogging about it all.. how we live .. how we cope.. how we forget about everything.. how we just make it through. Up's and Down's .... EVEN OLD VIDEOS FROM B4 ANAD AFTER SURGERY stay tuned...
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Cystic fibrosis NCLEX nursing review: Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disorder that causes the exocrine glands to work incorrectly. This can lead to major complications that affect the respiratory, digestive (pancreas, liver, intestines), integumentary, and reproductive systems along with the sinuses. What are exocrine glands? These are glands that produce and transfer it’s secretions (ex: mucous, tears, sweat, digestive enzymes) via DUCTS to it’s intended area of the body rather than directly into the bloodstream like the endocrine glands. In cystic fibrosis, there is a gene that is mutated that prevents the exocrine gland from working properly. It is called the CFTR gene! The CFTR gene, which stands for cystic fibrosis transmembrane regulator, is a protein that controls the channels of sodium and chloride. Hence the sodium and water transport in and out of the cell, and these channels are within the membrane of the cells that makes our sweat, mucous, tears, and digestive enzymes. However, in CF these channels don’t work properly. Therefore, normally these channels would properly regulated sodium and water transport in and out of the cells, which helps control the flow of water within these structures among other things. But this is not what happens in a person with cystic fibrosis. The mucous is thick and sticky rather than thin and slippery. This mucous will block the airways in the lower respiratory system and block the pancreatic duct from delivering pancreatic enzymes. In addition, the sweat glands produce excessive amounts of salt. CF tends to affect Caucasians and males more. The current median life expectancy of a person with cystic fibrosis is 37 years of age (source: NIH.gov). It is currently diagnosed with a sweat test where pilocaprine and electric current is delivered to the skin to make it sweat. The amount of salt in the sweat is measured. Results 60 mmol/L or more is considered positive for CF. Nursing interventions to cystic fibrosis include: chest physiotherapy (chest PT), monitor for complications, educating about PEP devices, preventing infection, administering medications and more (see the video for a detailed review of the nursing interventions) Quiz: http://www.registerednursern.com/cystic-fibrosis-nclex-questions/ Notes: http://www.registerednursern.com/cystic-fibrosis-nclex-review/ More Pediatric Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCgcUtWkWqE&list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXmfA3CoozS5N767bLpnrbm Follow Us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RegisteredNurseRNs/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/registerednursern_com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/nursesrn #cf #cysticfibrosis #nurse #nursing #nclex Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=registerednursern Check out other Videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/RegisteredNurseRN/videos All of our videos in a playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAhHxt663pU&list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXMveRcN4df0bad3ugEaQnk Popular Playlists: NCLEX Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWtwCDmLHyX2UeHofCIcgo0 Fluid & Electrolytes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWJSZ9pL8L3Q1dzdlxUzeKv Nursing Skills: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUhd_qQYEbp0Eab3uUKhgKb Nursing School Study Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfWBO40qeDmmaMwMHJEWc9Ms Nursing School Tips & Questions" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVQok-t1X5ZMGgQr3IMBY9M Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUkW_DpJekN_Y0lFkVNFyVF Types of Nursing Specialties: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfW8dRD72gUFa5W7XdfoxArp Healthcare Salary Information: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVN0vmEP59Tx2bIaB_3Qhdh New Nurse Tips: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVTqH6LIoAD2zROuzX9GXZy Nursing Career Help: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfVXjptWyvj2sx1k1587B_pj EKG Teaching Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfU-A9UTclI0tOYrNJ1N5SNt Dosage & Calculations for Nurses: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfUYdl0TZQ0Tc2-hLlXlHNXq Diabetes Health Managment: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQrdx7rRsKfXtEx17D7zC1efmWIX-iIs9
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6 months= bronchitis, pneumonia, respiratory failure, 7 compression fractures of the vertebrae, 3 spinal surgeries, endoscopy, C-diff, 3 chemo treatments, 2 IVig infusions, small intestinal vasculitis, short term memory loss, 2 hospitals, 1 long term acute care facility, feedings by TPN, OT and PT and a lot of other things that would be TMIl
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