Although somnolence, dizziness, and peripheral edema are commonly experienced by patients taking this medication, gabapentin provides an effective treatment for reducing the number of hot flushes
in women for whom hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is not recommended or desired.
Much of the soil encountered in a nursing home is water-soluble, so much of it can be rinsed away during the preflush (a cycle programmed at the beginning of the wash process, in which the machine fills to a high water level with no chemicals and flushes
out these soils before detergent or any other chemicals are added).
Kleiber, Hanrahan, Fagan, and Zittergruen (1993) studied the efficacy of maintaining catheter patency using saline and heparin flushes
in the IV catheters of 124 infants older than 28 days of age.
The computer recorded six flushes
among the hot-flash-prone women during their yohimbine infusions.
celebrated more than 20 years as the "king" of the automatic toilet bowl cleaner category with a game of "musical thrones," played just like musical chairs, but using toilets.
The system automatically flushes
a scope's internal channels with detergent, water and air, replacing manual flushing with a syringe.
In this simulation, the toilet flushes
but your tank doesn't refill.
Maintaining the patency of these catheters through the use of heparin flushes
has been a common practice of nurses caring for hospitalized pediatric patients (Donham Denning, 1987).
, long known as the longest-lasting automatic toilet bowl cleaner on the market, makes bathroom cleaning easy.
Corkscrew recently needed a new sewage-treatment system to keep up with the visitors' frequent flushes