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Topic 6-19 Hospital Antiseptic Practices
Describe how an understanding of the contributory causes of hospital acquired infections have led to codes of practice relating to...
A Day in the Life
Pathology and Therapy (Letter), 60's?, 70's
Here is the link to the original writing, by Zee Charnoe, from which this audio-recording is produced: PATHOLOGY and THERAPY, ...
SaSH Infection Control Champions
The IV-7 Success Story Part 2
The IV-7 Success Story Part 1
Ways To Cure Cancer
A question was asked to doctor George zouein to tell us more about some ways to cure cancer in few weeks.
Finally Croakless. #morningthoughts
@iomadh As you say Paul it's all relative to what you already know. Sadly I've watched this modest sized market town change, and expand so much over the years,that it's no longer the Bathgate I knew and loved :( It's become a suburb of Livingston, and about to merge with the ever expanding Armadale. Guess I can expect an ever increasing sound of sirens, in line with the impending population explosion :((
Not really Mac, although you have to remember I come from a much busier area than here - Where I used to live, the small part of the town I was in was about 3 times as large as Bathgate currently is, and the whole town was about 20 times as large - there were regular helicopter buzzes from Thames Valley Police out chasing boy racers or whatever. It does make me chuckle when you complain about the traffic - don't ever drive in the south of England is all I will say :) Although, the town has got bigger since I moved here which I'm not in favour of, and I'm sure if I lived in the highlands and islands, this would be a terribly busy place to be (everything is relative :) Sometimes I think we didn't move far enough north.
Glad to see that you're doing better. Hope you continue to stay healthy.
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