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Mind Over Miller: We do what we have to do!

October 1, 2008

During the energy crunch of the late '70s, it was predicted that the planet had a 35-year supply of petroleum left. That was an underestimate, of course, but it did forecast the present inadequate supply of petroleum, its high cost, and the frantic activity to find alternative energy sources.

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Idea Exchange: An adsorbent bag in every vial keeps the elements away

October 1, 2008

Because of the high humidity in our area, we have a problem with some chewable tablets crumbling once they are dispensed.

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Idea Exchange: Easing recovery from declaw surgery

October 1, 2008

After an onychectomy, we routinely place the patient in a cat bag for short-term recovery.

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Idea Exchange: First, shake the powder

October 1, 2008

Adding water to powdered antibiotics doesn't always dissolve all the powder.

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Idea Exchange: Camping cot as gurney: Sleeping bag not needed

October 1, 2008

We use a child's camping cot as a gurney for large patients that are nonambulatory.

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Idea Exchange: Diaper abdominal wounds that drain

September 1, 2008

We use disposable baby diapers of the appropriate size as ventral abdominal bandages for lesions that will have a lot of drainage.

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Mind Over Miller: Crutches add a new perspective

September 1, 2008

I have been on crutches for half a year, following unsuccessful knee surgery.

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Idea Exchange: Extra comfort for your knees

September 1, 2008

With all the time we spend kneeling on the hospital floor, we thought we could use a little help.

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Idea Exchange: Spotless bloodstain removal with saline solution

September 1, 2008

We all get bloodstains on our clothes, and using water or hydrogen peroxide to get the blood out usually leaves a stain.

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