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It's not that they can't meet. Meetings can and do happen and there's no medical reason they can't. In fact, most organ procurement programs have a system in place for allowing donors and recipients to meet. An example policy: Does a donor family learn who receives the organs? The identity of both the donor and the recipient are kept anonymous. If ...


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The range where the content of the active substance varies by 60% is way to wide in every country. In most of the world's pharmacopoeias, both national and international, the allowed variability in the amount of the active substance can be tested either as uniformity of mass or, if the amount of labeled substance is lower than a certain predefined value, as ...


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In the end, I decided to just ask bone marrow registry foundation, well, one of them, this exact question. The response I got was that if it was allowed for the donor and the patient to meet in person, a strong emotional bond could be established between the two. In case another bone marrow transplant would be needed later, the decision to donate again, or ...


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Does this mean my previous psychiatrist can share information with my current psychiatrist? Yes.1,2 There is an exception for 'psychotherapy notes', a term with a very specific meaning3 under HIPAA: Psychotherapy notes means notes recorded (in any medium) by a health care provider who is a mental health professional documenting or analyzing the ...


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Country - United States While theoretically possible, a consistent variance of 30% is highly unlikely and it is probable that the actual variance will vary from brand to brand, as well as from production facility to production facility, as well as from batch to batch. The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) mandates a high standard of quality for inspection ...


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Yes there is. In the USA, the certification is called a Medical Assistant. It is a certification that is unlicensed, thus they must work under supervision of a licensed provider (who CAN inject legally) such as LVN RN BSN APRN PA MD/DO... Phlebotamy (drawing blood) is different than administering injections, as you are not putting a substance in the ...


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There are many factors that play a role in not allowing you to fill all the refills at once. 1- a typical insurance will pay for your medication and will not pay again until 2-3 days before you run out. (Insurance polices) 2- pharmacy systems do not allow the pharmacist to fill a medication on a patient profile more than once a day even if you do not use ...


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It is recognised that it is not always possible for foods to contain the exact amount of nutrients labelled, owing to natural variations and variations arising from production and length of storage. However, it is important that the actual nutrient content of foods should not deviate substantially from labelled amounts, as the consumer could otherwise be ...


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From what I've been able to gather, it appears that treatment of a broken bone is in the same group of codes as surgery because of the after care. The coding is supposed to include follow up care for 90 days if the info I found was correct. It appears it should only be applying a splint if the splint is a one off without after care.


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90-day supplies are dominated by mail order pharmacies. According to the PBMI’s 2014-2015 Prescription Drug Benefit Cost and Plan Design Report, 61% of employers allowed community pharmacies to fill 90-day prescriptions for maintenance medications. This means that although the gap between retail and mail order is closing, there's still a restriction in ...


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