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Attorney Ed Malek walks through the steps a worker needs to take immediately after suffering a work injury. Still have questions? Visit maleklawfirm dot com disclaimer: watching/listening to this video does not create an attorney/client relationship. If you wish to speak with an attorney call or Malek & Malek to discuss your case.
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Treating kidney stones is primarily focused on symptom management; passing a stone can be very painful. If a person has a history of kidney stones, home treatment may be suitable. Individuals who have never passed a kidney stone should speak with a doctor. If hospital treatment is needed, the patient may be rehydrated via an intravenous tube and administered anti-inflammatory medication. Narcotics are often used in an effort to make the pain of passing the stone tolerable. Antiemetic medication can be used in patients suffering from nausea and vomiting. In some cases, a urologist can perform a shock wave therapy called lithotripsy - a treatment that will break the kidney stone into smaller pieces and allow it to pass. Patients with large stones located in regions that do not allow for lithotripsy may receive surgical procedures such as percutaneous nephrolithotomy (removal of the stone via an incision in the back) or ureteroscopic stone removal (removal of the stone via a thin tube into the urethra). Most kidney stones eventually pass through the urinary tract on their own within 48 hours, with ample fluid intake. Ketorolac (Toradol), an injectable anti-inflammatory drug, and narcotics may be used for pain control when over-the-counter pain control medications are not effective. Toradol, aspirin, and NSAIDs must be avoided if lithotripsy is to be done because of the increased risk of bleeding. Intravenous pain medications can be given when nausea and vomiting are present.
2 Aug 2017
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Israel First TV Programme 2 - Nathalie Blackham speaks with Linda Menuhin Abdul Aziz. Linda serves as a commentator in Middle East Affairs both in Israeli and Arab media. Entrenched in the Arab culture, she reinvented herself in Israel, rising from an Iraqi refugee to a senior journalist. Her unique background, accentuated by a worldwide network, provides her with an unprecedented scope of understanding both Arab and Israeli cultures. Having positioned herself on the seam line, between Israel and the Arab world, she provides a new perspective, often ignored by the media, yet indispensable for understanding the misconception between Arabs and Israelis. Her writings are essential for policy makers aiming at resolving the conflict. She has won a media prize from the Next Century Foundation for outstanding contribution for peace in the media. Throughout her career, Linda had the opportunity to influence public policy, primarily through her work at the Ministry of Public Security and the Union of Local Authorities where she served as a spokeswoman. Previously, she had worked as a Senior Journalist working with The Israel Broadcasting Authority (IBA) and eventually she embarked on a mission to educate both Israelis and Arabs on the conflict and one another. She writes tri-lingual opinionated columns and articles in the Arab and Israeli press. Linda fled from Iraq to Israel when she was in her 20's. Her father, an Iraqi Jew was a highly respected attorney in Baghdad when he was abducted in 1972 by the notorious Iraqi State police or Mukhabarat, never to be heard from again. Despite her personal tragedy, she became a relentless activist for peace. She gained her B.A in Islamic Culture, Arabic and English Literature at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Linda is the recipient of a prestigious scholarship from the Wexner Foundation and holds a masters degrees from the Kennedy School of Government in Public Administration.
13 Aug 2017
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The Flash is the guest on Scott Czasak's cable talk show "Czasak Speaks."
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Yes, you can speak with a robot ! Look my other video: Yamakasi ...
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Dog speaks with Surfer Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
27 Jul 2007
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Dog speaks with Canadian Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
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Dog speaks with Surfer Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
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Dog speaks with Cowboy Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
27 Jul 2007
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Dog speaks with Elvis Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
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Dog speaks with British Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
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Dog speaks with French Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
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Dog speaks with Indian Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
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Dog speaks with Irish Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
27 Jul 2007
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Dog speaks with Japanese Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
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Dog speaks with Mexican Accent. Video Sharing, Classifieds and Business Directory Dog Supersite
27 Jul 2007
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