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Clinical question of the week: where should cardiologists put public health resource?
This week's clinical question of the week is from cardiology champion, sadian ...In Heart Wire there are three public health related stories:1. a low glycaemic diet reduces diastolic dysfunction in diabetes2. a mediterranean diet is more expensive3. cardiologists do not know how to help people quit smokingMy question is ... (Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology)
Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology - April 30, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: Sabreena Source Type: forums
stopping smoking increases the risk of diabetes
A poster presented at ACC has linked the stopping smoking with risk of diabetes and increased fasting glucoseIn 1000 patients 43% quit smoking over 3 years with the headline figures'Abstinent subjects gained more weight (+6.5 vs 1.7 kg, p<0.001) and had a greater increase in fasting plasma glucose (+4.5 vs 0.7 mg/dL, p<0.001) than continuing smokers. IFG prevalence increased from 21.4% to 40.1% in abstinent subjects, but only from 20.7% to 22.7% in continuing smokers (p<0.001). Diabetes prevalence increased from 3.1% to 11.4% in abstinent subjects, but only from 7.2% to 10.5% in continuing smokers (p=0.02). 'Of no...
Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology - March 12, 2013 Category: Cardiology Authors: sadian Source Type: forums
Trying to find answers to get my life back
Source: MD Health Forum - Medical Discussion Boards - February 11, 2013 Category: Consumer Health Advice Authors: cbs Tags: Forum Help Source Type: forums
Insurance Companies That Case Weight Loss Surgery
Source: eMediNews - Medical Forum Health Discussion - February 11, 2013 Category: Consumer Health Advice Tags: Introduce Yourself Source Type: forums
I would like to know what you physicians think about this.
got this from pre-allo. I want to honestly hear you guys' opinions .. http://www.latimes.com/health/la-me-...,1509396.story State lacks doctors to meet demand of national healthcare law Lawmakers are working on proposals that would enable physician assistants, nurse practitioners, optometrists and pharmacists to diagnose, treat and manage some illnesses. By Michael J. Mishak, Los Angeles Times 6:03 PM PST, February 9, 2013 SACRAMENTO As the state moves to expand healthcare coverage to millions of Californians under President Obama's healthcare law, it faces a major obstacle: There aren't enough doctors to treat a cru...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - February 10, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: wjs010 Tags: Anesthesiology Source Type: forums
Food & Diet For: Diabetics - Low GL - Controlled Blood Sugar
Forum: Food and Drink Posted By: Rybee Post Time: 01-02-2013 at 22:13 (Source: The Student Room)
Source: The Student Room - February 1, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums
The Worst Ingredients On A Food Label
High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS): This is a man made sweetener that is cheaper to produce and actually sweeter than sugar. There are actually new commercials touting how healthy HFCS is. They are trying to say that it is safe and natural. Let me ask you this: Can you squeeze corn syrup from corn? Can mom make high fructose corn syrup at home? NO! It's a lie! Remember the quote above? HFCS is anything but natural and will actually shut off your hunger mechanism allowing you to eat without feeling full which will MAKE YOU FAT! It is associated with blood sugar problems (ATTENTION Moms: Childhood obesity, and Juvenile Diabetes...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - January 31, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: jvcnit20131 Tags: Family Medicine Source Type: forums
echoes and tinnitus and mild conductive hearing loss
Source: MD Health Forum - Medical Discussion Boards - January 26, 2013 Category: Consumer Health Advice Authors: harhar Tags: Forum Help Source Type: forums
SMP, Post-bac, or PA School, and Advice for Very Likely Re-applicant
Here's my info: cGPA - 3.45 sGPA - 3.35 (as calculated by AMCAS) MCAT - 32L (BS: 12, PS: 10, VR: 10, WS: L) The low WR was likely a result of me not finishing either sample, as I am generally a very strong writer; I was on the last paragraph for both samples. Also, I'm not worried about this as it isn't even on the MCAT anymore. ECs - 2 years as an aid in a psychiatric hospital, 2 years as an aid on a med/surge unit, 3 months (currently employed) as a clinical research coordinator for cardiology, CT surgery, and IR clinical trials, 1 semester as a research assistant in a cognitive neuroscience lab, 2 years as a researc...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - January 24, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: WillburCobb Tags: Re-Applicants [ MD / DO ] Source Type: forums
Doctor Groups Back Obama's Gun Policies
Interestingly for podiatry, the MMWR reported that >30% of all gun-related injuries are to the leg/foot, which climbs to 48% when looking at unintentional injuries. Several doctors' organizations have come out supporting the President's policies to reduce gun violence. Doc groups back Obama plan on guns By Andis Robeznieks, Modern Healthcare Posted: January 18, 2013 - 12:15 pm ET Physician groups applauded President Barack Obama's plan to reduce gun violence. In particular, enthusiasm was expressed for plans to boost mental health funding, ending a freeze on gun violence research and clarifying that the Patient Prot...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - January 19, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: diabeticfootdr Tags: Podiatric Residents & Physicians Source Type: forums
MD & DO Chances? School suggestions?
Hey all, I am looking for some feedback on where to apply with my stats. I am a Biology major/ Poli Sci minor. from Utah. White/male. sGPA: 3.25 (can get up to 3.5 if I retake Organic 1/Physiology this summer) cGPA: 3.63 Extracurriculars: 100 hours of research working on an educational science grant 100+ volunteer hours at a children's hospital random #'s volunteer hours with: diabetes foundation, alzhiemer's clinic, disabled children church functions 2 year service mission to undeserved area in the U.S. (I know some D.O. schools like this) Small business manager (2+ years) 1 year writing tutor I am applying this y...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - January 18, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Thesame2me Tags: What Are My Chances? Source Type: forums
Longterm debilitating fatigue, chills, help.
Source: MD Health Forum - Medical Discussion Boards - January 16, 2013 Category: Consumer Health Advice Authors: Tiredman Tags: Internal Medicine Source Type: forums
Physician indebtedness forgiveness?
Here is a PRESENT Podiatry post from Jarrod Shapiro, DPM on physician indebtedness and asks why shouldn't debt be forgiven: http://view.mail.presentelearning.co...77670574701175 (Source: Student Doctor Network Forums)
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - January 15, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: diabeticfootdr Tags: Podiatric Residents & Physicians Source Type: forums
Is it likely I have diabetes type 1?
Forum: Health Posted By: martina9696 Post Time: 05-01-2013 at 21:38 (Source: The Student Room)
Source: The Student Room - January 5, 2013 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums
Does the public over-biologize mental illness?
I definitely think that there are biological causes to some mental illnesses and that drugs are a necessary and useful tool in many cases, but it seems like the general publication has, in large part, latched onto the "it's a chemical imbalance / it's just like diabetes" thing over-zealously and in a way that ignores both the environmental/cognitive/behavioral/etc factors that can contribute to and trigger mental illness and the success of CBT and other therapies in treating a lot of mental illnesses and other issues and in treating symptoms and improving quality of life and functioning even in disorders where me...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - December 20, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: futureapppsy2 Tags: Psychology [Psy.D. / Ph.D. ] Source Type: forums
Metformin And How Cure From Diabetes Type 2
Source: eMediNews - Medical Forum Health Discussion - November 28, 2012 Category: Consumer Health Advice Tags: Health Products Source Type: forums
MD uGPA: 3.5, gGPA: 3.95, 26 MCAT
Hello everyone, I was wondering WAMC with these stats and what I should work on in the coming semester to increase my chances. uGPA 3.5 from Baylor U. gGPA 3.95 from the UNTHSC SMP program MCAT:26 I've had multiple leadership positions through a multicultural organization and my fraternity. No bench research Clinical Research :1040 hours over six months in human diabetes/obesity research - Have a paper that will be published in the schools journal (first author) Shadowing: 40 hours internist 20 hours endocrinologist Volunteering: 200 hours at Habitat for Humanity/ Meals on Wheels Im a TX resident if thats important....
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - November 23, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: GandalfTheWhite Tags: What Are My Chances? Source Type: forums
Has multivessel angioplasty had it's day?
There has long been an argument about pci with the modern era stents and drugs versus cabg in patients with multivessel disease and diabetes but perhaps the Freedom trial (NEJM 2012 doi:10.1056) lays this to rest where patients with multivessel disease and diabetes had better mortality and fewer CVS events at the expense of more strokes. It doesn't necessarily help with the individual patient as I have a 42 year old man with 3 vessel coronary disease and lv impairment who is insistent on pci over cabg. Would you (Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology)
Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology - November 19, 2012 Category: Cardiology Authors: sadian Source Type: forums
CVD Diagnostics Research Question
1) There are multiple factors to be considered when assessing an individual's cardiovascular disease risk including: family history, lifestyle (i.e. diet, exercise regularity, smoking, etc), risk factors (i.e. BMI, diabetes, etc), lipid panels (total cholesterol, LDL-C, HDL-C, triglycerides), and other indicators (i.e. Homocystein, apoE, Cyp2C19, CRP, Fibronogen, NT-proBNP, Hemoglobin A1c, etc). How do you synthesize the information gathered from all of these factors to make a recommendation to your patient? Which factors do you weight higher if contradictory information (normal or high HDL-C, but family history of coronar...
Source: CardiologyNetwork.com - November 19, 2012 Category: Cardiology Authors: Kevin Keith Source Type: forums
Interesting case of amyloid heart disease thought to be hypertensive cardiomyopathy
A 72 year old woman of Jamaican origin was admitted with pulmonary oedema and decreased mobility, with a background of hypertension, diabetes mellitus type 2, suspected hypertensive cardiomyopathy, carpal tunnel release operation and chronic leg ulcers,. On examination she had signs of congestive heart failure, including pitting oedema to the sacrum, giant v-waves in the jugular venous pressure wave-forms, pulsatile liver and bilateral crepitations that were ausculatated in the lungs. Her blood pressure was mildly raised at 145/95mmHg, her heart rate was 90 beats per minute, her oxygenation was stable at 94% on 35% o...
Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology - November 11, 2012 Category: Cardiology Authors: AndrewCai_BCS Source Type: forums
Medicine vs. Pediatrics
Hey guys, Wanted to ask your opinion on medicine vs. peds. I just recently finished both my medicine and peds rotations and they have been my favorite rotations thus far, but I wanted some advice, particularly from those who have gone through the process, of deciding between the two. I'm hoping to go into either adult heme/onc or peds heme/onc; I also am considering immunology and ID. Overall, I think that medicine is more interesting in terms of the analytical approach coming up with a differential but I generally like working more with kids. After thinking a lot about it, I've come up with the following assessment: ...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - November 10, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: Dr. Pepper Tags: Allopathic Source Type: forums
ALTITUDE Autopsy Shows What Went Wrong With Aliskiren
In its short lifespan the direct renin inhibitor aliskiren (a.k.a., Rasilez or Tekturna) rapidly declined from being a highly promising, first-of-its kind drug to a major failure. The death blow was struck last December with the early termination of the ALTITUDE trial, after the data and safety monitoring committee found an increased risk in patients taking aliskiren. Now the final results of the Aliskiren Trial in Type 2 Diabetes Using Cardiorenal Endpoints have been presented at Kidney Week 2012 in San Diego and simultaneously published in the New England Journal of Medicine. 8,561 type 2 diabetics at high risk f...
Source: CardiologyNetwork.com - November 3, 2012 Category: Cardiology Authors: Cardiology Network Source Type: forums
what might be wrong?
Source: MD Health Forum - Medical Discussion Boards - October 18, 2012 Category: Consumer Health Advice Authors: amandacollins Tags: Uncategorized Questions Source Type: forums
Are all sulphonyureas equal?
I noticed a study presented at the European Association of Diabetes meeting suggests that glyburide use is associated with more ACS presentations than gliclazide. http://www.theheart.org/article/1454487.do?utm_medium=email&utm_source=20121013_EASD&utm_campaign=newsletterI've got no experience with glyburide - does anyone prescribe this and is this study result explained by confounding?sadian (Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology)
Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology - October 16, 2012 Category: Cardiology Authors: sadian Source Type: forums
Few questions about podiatry
I've recently become very interested in podiatry and have been reading through the "true stories from podiatric residency" thread. I noticed a lot of stories about getting called to the er to respond to foot traumas; things like gsw's and fractures. These things are very cool to me and one of the reasons I think I would enjoy the work. However, those type of things seem to overlap a lot with orthopedic surgeons. What factors decide if podiatry or ortho get called to foot trauma? Is it possible/common to work in a hospital where these injuries are always left to ortho? There seems to be an overlap in other areas...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - October 10, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: anon4895 Tags: Podiatric Residents & Physicians Source Type: forums
A prescription for exercise?
This study has been picked up by heartwire from the European Diabetes meeting. Having seen this should we prescribe pedometers?sadianhttp://www.theheart.org/article/1454223.do?utm_medium=email&utm_source=20121003_EN_Heartwire&utm_campaign=newsletter (Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology)
Source: Doc2Doc BMJ Cardiology - October 4, 2012 Category: Cardiology Authors: sadian Source Type: forums
Forum: Health Posted By: Pettifogger Post Time: 29-09-2012 at 14:44 (Source: The Student Room)
Source: The Student Room - September 29, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums
MD & DO MD: 2.7GPA 33MCAT / DO: 3.6GPA / TX resident
What are my chances for instate TX MD school + TCOM and OOS DO schools? MCAT 33 11P/11V/11B taken once AACOMAS 3.6 cGPA / 3.71 sGPA TMDSAS 2.7 cGPA / 2.7 sGPA Major upward GPA trend 4.0 the last 3 semesters of undergrad (17hrs/18hrs/10hrs summer) Mostly upper-division bio Spring and summer '12 = 18hrs/10hrs, took Mcat while taking 18hrs while working in OR (took overnight/weekend call) and doing research at same time. 3.85 GPA in last 70 hours Failed numerous courses first freshman semester (6 years ago) and then quite a few more a semester later due to a family crisis. Retook all classes and made all A's. Explained in P...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - September 23, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: c0mplex Tags: What Are My Chances? Source Type: forums
Just submitted primary - Am i too late for DO this cycle?
I've been busy with my TMDSAS primary and instate secondaries that I finally submitted my AACOMAS primary this monday (9/17). Am I too late of an applicant? I will be prewriting my secondaries and submitting them as soon as I receive them. My stats are as follows: AACOMAS cGPA: 3.4 sGPA: 3.6 MCAT 33O 11P/11V/11B taken once 4.0 the last 3 semesters of undergrad 1yr diabetes research, 1 yr volunteering OR, 1yr volunteering homeless shelter, medical mission trip to Honduras (treasurer of org), 6 months shadowing PCP, 6 months working as an anesthesia tech in OR. Applying to AZCOM, SOMA, NYCOM, NOVA and Western. Should I a...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - September 20, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: c0mplex Tags: Pre-Medical Osteopathic [ DO ] Source Type: forums
Lay perspectives on hypertension and drug adherence: systematic review of qualitative research
Conclusions Non-adherence to hypertension treatment often resulted from patients’ understanding of the causes and effects of hypertension; particularly relying on the presence of stress or symptoms to determine if blood pressure was raised. These beliefs were remarkably similar across ethnic and geographical groups; calls for culturally specific education for individual ethnic groups may therefore not be justified. To improve adherence, clinicians and educational interventions must better understand and engage with patients’ ideas about causality, experiences of symptoms, and concerns about drug side effects. More at ...
Source: CardiologyNetwork.com - September 12, 2012 Category: Cardiology Authors: Cardiology Network Source Type: forums
n–3 Fatty Acids and Cardiovascular Outcomes in Patients with Dysglycemia
Conclusions Daily supplementation with 1 g of n–3 fatty acids did not reduce the rate of cardiovascular events in patients at high risk for cardiovascular events. (Funded by Sanofi; ORIGIN ClinicalTrials.gov number, NCT00069784.) more at http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1203859 (Source: CardiologyNetwork.com)
Source: CardiologyNetwork.com - September 12, 2012 Category: Cardiology Authors: Cardiology Network Source Type: forums
FDA Approves New Prescription Fish Oil Pill
Amarin Announces FDA Approval of Vascepa(TM) (icosapent ethyl) Capsules for the Reduction of Triglyceride Levels in Adult Patients With Severe Hypertriglyceridemia Approval Based on Positive Results From MARINE Study Conference Call Scheduled for Today, July 26th at 7:00 p.m. EDT BEDMINSTER, N.J. and DUBLIN, Ireland, July 26, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Amarin Corporation plc (Nasdaq:AMRN), a biopharmaceutical company focused on the commercialization and development of therapeutics to improve cardiovascular health, announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved VascepaTM (icosapent ethyl) capsul...
Source: CardiologyNetwork.com - September 12, 2012 Category: Cardiology Authors: Cardiology Network Source Type: forums
High Alanine Aminotransferase in blood test
Source: MD Health Forum - Medical Discussion Boards - August 27, 2012 Category: Consumer Health Advice Authors: jeremya1982 Tags: Uncategorized Questions Source Type: forums
Lyrica, PVC's, & Rapid Weight Gain
Source: MD Health Forum - Medical Discussion Boards - August 1, 2012 Category: Consumer Health Advice Authors: hippieluv2001 Tags: Internal Medicine Source Type: forums
CF Adult Vest
<p>I was wondering if anyone has an adult CF vest and machine? I am unable to pay the co-payment. I have, not only CF, but CFRD, seizures, arthits, and severe migraines. My husband also has Type 1 Diabetes and he has no insurance, and we take different insulins, but are both insulin depent, so it is VERY expensive. I am 27 years old and have been trying to avoiding getting one for a couple of years, but now, my lungs are just too bad to continue being stupid. If anyone can help me, I would really appreciate it. </p> (Source: Cystic Fibrosis Adults Forum)
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Adults Forum - July 29, 2012 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Blreece530 Source Type: forums
<p>I'll repost this in the Nutrition section.:</p> <p>Out of curiosity, for the last three weeks I've been trying Intermittent Fasting.<br />Not to lose weight but to gain (muscle) and maybe I've been getting surprising results in regards to CF.</p> <p>Ok so first, Intermittent Fasting. The latest hype from the world of bodybuilding even though the principles have been known for a long time, but lately it's catching on as we now understand that we do not need to keep taking in proteïne round the clock to gain or preserve muscle like we thought we had to befor...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Nutrition Forum - July 23, 2012 Category: Nutrition Authors: Twistofchaos Source Type: forums
Follow up with Dr Harry
<p>SO i went back to dayton today and Dr O an Dr Harry was really impressed. I gained 4.5 lbs, i am up to 130 i was always 114. My pfts before stay was 65, and my pfts after are now 73, which are still climbing ( i hope lol) I talked to them about me and my fiance maybe trying for one more baby and Dr O said he has full confidence that i could have one more and be perfectly fine. He gave me the full go ahead seal of approval!</p> <p>Mutations i found out are N1303k and f508del. I talked to them about the new medicine for 508 and they in deed are doing two studies one for double delta and one with one gene...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Adults Forum - July 23, 2012 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Vampy Source Type: forums
How to help someone who wont help themselfs
<p>I thought I would take a chance and write here looking for some advice. I have a younger sister who has Cystic Fibrosis and Diabeties. She is my best friend, and we have been through so much together. Two years ago she had a little girl, a miracle kid. Right now my sister is married to a man that doesnt understand anything about CF and wouldnt quit smoking inside, or around her and their kid. She has left that state and moved here with me, Im taking care of everything I can. Im handling things with her kid, feeding, getting ready for bed, playing with her, watching her. Im also handling work full time and school. ...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Adults Forum - July 23, 2012 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Dreamerboi Source Type: forums
Rude Hospital Nurses
<p>My 15 year old son is in the Children's hospital for a "Tune UP", we have always liked this hospital and choose this over ones closer to our home due to the compassion and attention our CF/Diabetic child receives. WELL, things are not the same with this trip. Its as though our son is too old for the nurses to attend to, they seem to "ASSUME" he is not as needy as a younger child, and I am surprised. Our nurse is so con-descending to me that I want to cry. Mind you we were just admitted yesterday, Im running off stress and little sleep. I usually get along with the staff, in fact ...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Families Forum - July 21, 2012 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Murgie Source Type: forums
<p>My son 19 with cirrohsis of the liver, enlarged spleen with low platelet count, hemolosis, insulin diabetic, and acites. He was doing very well until age 17, FEV1 was 130% now it is 30%. I have no idea why things had to wait until now. I believe his liver was the cause of lung function going down, but the doctors do no think so. His attitude is horrible for all that he has been through especially this year in for the 7th time with one by helicopter because potassium was 7.9 from previous discharge on diaretic for acites. He go to dehydrated. He constantly...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Transplants Forum - July 19, 2012 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: yogibear1967 Source Type: forums
<p>My dd has had some abnormal random blood sugar levels. She had an HbA1c of 5.9 a few months ago with a normal 2hr OGTT of 114 after 2 hours. We have been told to monitor her sugar levels once a day at home and her fasting sugar levels are always normal (< 100) and her levels after 2hr after meals are usually elevated (been up to 220, but not always so high), and the levels usually come down to between 126 and 144 before the next meal, but as I say, we only test once a day, so the information we are getting is not totally comprehensive. She has been healthy for the last few mont...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Families Forum - July 17, 2012 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: Mom2ThreeZA Source Type: forums
HELP! ,Do I have a Normal testosterone level , Do l Need to see a Dr.? I'm 27
Source: MD Health Forum - Medical Discussion Boards - July 9, 2012 Category: Consumer Health Advice Authors: blueman Tags: Men's Health Source Type: forums
Re App...August MCAT..Slight downward trend
Hi I applied last year to a bunch of DO schools my stats were cGPA 3.7 sGPA 3.4 MCAT (8P 8V 6B) 22N I received an interview at VCOM-CC then rejected...which I was really upset about I loved the school!!! I'm retaking the MCAT in August Only problem is senior year I took Genetics- fall semester and Biochem and Endocrinology- spring semester Genetics- C Biochem- C+ Endo- A So this somewhat shows a downward trend since those are my first two C's ever! My new stats are sGPA 3.35 cGPA 3.66 What do you think I should get on my new MCAT to be competitive for DO school? I plan on submitting my AACOMAS within the next few days an...
Source: Student Doctor Network Forums - June 22, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: TheU12 Tags: Re-Applicants [ MD / DO ] Source Type: forums
Diabetes type 1 with insulin resistance
Forum: Health Posted By: Soph.Jade Post Time: 20-06-2012 at 16:18 (Source: The Student Room)
Source: The Student Room - June 20, 2012 Category: Universities & Medical Training Source Type: forums
Random questions about transplant
<p>Hi there</p> <p>I'm currently listed and waiting, and thinking, and thinking and thinking...... i'm sure you all know how it is, thousands of questions whizzing around my head all day every day, but as I have cepacia i'm unable to actually meet somebody who's been transplanted and put them through an interrogation, blargh! So........</p> <p>Did any of you NOT become diabetic post transplant? </p> <p>How much weight did you put on post transplant and in what time frame? </p> <p>Did you have clubbed fingers/toes pre transplant and ...
Source: Cystic Fibrosis Transplants Forum - June 17, 2012 Category: Respiratory Medicine Authors: KrazyKat Source Type: forums