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What interventions would a MD do for fluid overload?
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What does it mean if there is fluid found outside the pregnancy sac?
Asked in Child Health, Growth Rates
What is the average weight for a 7 year old boy who is 4 feet tall?
According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight. According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight. According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight. According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight. According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight. According to Halls-MD, 60 lbs would be the ideal weight.
Asked in Acronyms & Abbreviations
Someone who has the initials MD after his or her name is a what?
Asked in Labor and Employment Law, Unemployment
If you live in MD but work in dc which state do you file unemployment?
Asked in New York, Family Travel, Tolls
How much would the highway tolls cost when driving from Baltimore MD to Brooklyn New York?
I have a PA license and got a ticket for negligent driving in MD which I intend to contest. Do I need a PA attorney or a MD attorney?
Asked in Custody, Children and the Law, Child Support
Can a non custodial biological parent transfer a child from schools in MD?
What is the college degree of an OB-GYN?
Asked in The Difference Between
What is difference between stemetil and stemetil MD?
Speaking gradient wise (their chemical composition), Stemetil and Stemetil MD are one and the same thing. Therefore, both will have same results. The term MD added to it only says "Mouth Dissolving". That means Stemetil MD is a tablet that can be put it in mouth and it will automatically dissolve, no need to take it with water. On the other hand, Stemetil without MD has to be taken with a fluid. I will be glad to answer any question that puzzles humankind! Gulbahar S Jalarch email@example.com
Who reports to the Managing Director?
It would depend on the size of the company. Normally, in a large company its other Directors like the Sales or Finance Directors etc. who reports to the MD. Managers (e.g. sales manager, Accounts Manager) report to their own department director. In a smaller organisation where the only director is the MD (and usually the owner of the business) then it would be the Managers. Also, the PA to the MD or Personal Secretary would also report directly to the MD.
Asked in Baltimore
How many days would it take for a letter mailed from Baltimore MD to Capitol Heights MD?
Who would provide treatment and care for encephalitis lethargica?
Asked in Podiatrists
Can a MD become a podiatrist?
All MD's are licensed to treat the foot. All podiatrists are licensed to treat the foot. Any one that is licensed to treat the foot can treat the foot. If an MD is treating the foot they are not allowed to call themselves a DPM but an MD. The public should be aware of the credentials of an MD. Why would an MD want to spend money to become a podiatrist if there are not enough podiatry residencies to get a license as a podiatrist. I suppose because as an MD they are already licensed to treat the foot.