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Chimene M. Van Gundy Recognized as a Woman of the Month for July 2019 by P.O.W.E.R. (Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized)

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New Braunfels, TX, August 08, 2019 –(PR.com)– Chimene M. Van Gundy of New Braunfels, Texas has been recognized as a Woman of the Month for July 2019 by P.O.W.E.R. (Professional Organization of Women of Excellence Recognized) for her outstanding cont…

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LichtensteinRE.com Retained as Exclusive Broker to Sell Two Building Portfolio in the Bronx, NY for $14,020,000.

August 8, 2019 PR.com 0

Bronx, NY, August 08, 2019 –(PR.com)– LichtensteinRE.com has been retained on an exclusive basis to sell a two building portfolio with 46 apartments in The Bronx. The asking price is $14,020,000.
This portfolio consists of two residential properties…

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HCA Healthcare/HealthONE’s Swedish Medical Center Named Family Favorite by Colorado Parent Magazine

August 8, 2019 PR.com 0

Englewood, CO, August 08, 2019 –(PR.com)– HCA Healthcare/HealthONE’s Swedish Medical Center has been named a Top 5 Hospital or Health Clinic in Colorado Parent’s Family Favorite 2019 publication. The annual edition recognizes businesses,…

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“Duke Got Next” Boxing-Themed Original Motion Picture Announced; Clemency Petition Before The Trump White House

August 8, 2019 PR.com 0

“They got now, but Duke Got Next.” #DukeGotNext

New York, NY, August 08, 2019 –(PR.com)– Troy Bly Films, based in Los Angeles, has announced that they have obtained the full rights to the “Duke Got Next” original feature film. In addition, they have also announced that Duke Tanner’s clemency petition is before the Trump White House; they hope to obtain an answer on his clemency before 2020.

“I want my movie to be able to inspire other people to not make the same mistakes I made,” said Duke Tanner, the subject of the film. “The judge threw a double life sentence at me, but by the grace of God, I got a second chance at life.”

The original film will depict the life of Charles “Duke” Tanner, an undefeated pro boxer who was a rising star in the boxing world until 2004, when he was indicted on Federal charges involving drug running & criminal enterprise. …

Full story available on Benzinga.com

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“Duke Got Next” Boxing-Themed Original Motion Picture Announced; Clemency Petition Before The Trump White House

August 8, 2019 PR.com 0

“They got now, but Duke Got Next.” #DukeGotNext

New York, NY, August 08, 2019 –(PR.com)– Troy Bly Films, based in Los Angeles, has announced that they have obtained the full rights to the “Duke Got Next” original feature film. In addition, they have also announced that Duke Tanner’s clemency petition is before the Trump White House; they hope to obtain an answer on his clemency before 2020.

“I want my movie to be able to inspire other people to not make the same mistakes I made,” said Duke Tanner, the subject of the film. “The judge threw a double life sentence at me, but by the grace of God, I got a second chance at life.”

The original film will depict the life of Charles “Duke” Tanner, an undefeated pro boxer who was a rising star in the boxing world until 2004, when he was indicted on Federal charges involving drug running & criminal enterprise. …

Full story available on Benzinga.com

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New Blog Post Review on Phlebotomy Career Training: Are Dialysis Centers Failing the Patient?

August 5, 2019 PR.com 0

Phlebotomy Career Training’s dialysis instructor and FNP, Nancy Kimmel, has written a post regarding the safety of patients at dialysis centers that seems noteworthy for not only the laymen but also medical professionals. Many of us don’t think about kidney disease on a regular basis, unless of course we are one of the 468,000 people in the U.S. on weekly hemodialysis treatments.

Garden City, MI, August 04, 2019 –(PR.com)– Professor Kimmel, the Director of Phlebotomy Career Training, has created the course curriculum for a nursing-based dialysis course. Professor Kimmel has vast experience in teaching dialysis technician courses to non-licensed health care workers. She stated, “the field is in dire need of competent help, and we as nurses and nurse educators must try to bridge this gap for the sake of the patients.”

Hemodialysis centers appear to be popping up regularly in communities across America. Many of these centers are situated next to restaurants and shopping centers. As unobtrusive as they may seem, one may ask why are there so many. According to the N.I.D.D.K., there was a dramatic increase in the number of patients who needed hemodialysis in 2012. The numbers have remained constant up until present day.

Patients receiving hemodialysis two to three times per week typically spend four to seven hours at the center. The process is very grueling. After the patient is assessed with respect to their health and diet, they are then weighed and taken to their dialysis chair. The dialysis technician will then don PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and using the sterile field technique, proceed to cannulate the patient’s fistula. Their fistula may be central venous, brachial cephalic or radial cephalic. This step could cost the patient their life if not performed by a skilled medical professional. After the patient has been cannulated, the dialysis technician then prepares the dialysis machine. The patient will spend the bulk of their time in their recliner as their blood is siphoned from their bodies and put back into their circulation free of waste products.

When a physician determines that a …

Full story available on Benzinga.com

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New Blog Post Review on Phlebotomy Career Training: Are Dialysis Centers Failing the Patient?

August 5, 2019 PR.com 0

Phlebotomy Career Training’s dialysis instructor and FNP, Nancy Kimmel, has written a post regarding the safety of patients at dialysis centers that seems noteworthy for not only the laymen but also medical professionals. Many of us don’t think about kidney disease on a regular basis, unless of course we are one of the 468,000 people in the U.S. on weekly hemodialysis treatments.

Garden City, MI, August 04, 2019 –(PR.com)– Professor Kimmel, the Director of Phlebotomy Career Training, has created the course curriculum for a nursing-based dialysis course. Professor Kimmel has vast experience in teaching dialysis technician courses to non-licensed health care workers. She stated, “the field is in dire need of competent help, and we as nurses and nurse educators must try to bridge this gap for the sake of the patients.”

Hemodialysis centers appear to be popping up regularly in communities across America. Many of these centers are situated next to restaurants and shopping centers. As unobtrusive as they may seem, one may ask why are there so many. According to the N.I.D.D.K., there was a dramatic increase in the number of patients who needed hemodialysis in 2012. The numbers have remained constant up until present day.

Patients receiving hemodialysis two to three times per week typically spend four to seven hours at the center. The process is very grueling. After the patient is assessed with respect to their health and diet, they are then weighed and taken to their dialysis chair. The dialysis technician will then don PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and using the sterile field technique, proceed to cannulate the patient’s fistula. Their fistula may be central venous, brachial cephalic or radial cephalic. This step could cost the patient their life if not performed by a skilled medical professional. After the patient has been cannulated, the dialysis technician then prepares the dialysis machine. The patient will spend the bulk of their time in their recliner as their blood is siphoned from their bodies and put back into their circulation free of waste products.

When a physician determines that a …

Full story available on Benzinga.com

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