When working in a facility, never skip or make up a number for blood pressure to add to patients chart. This could be deadly. If you are using a electronic cuff and get a reading that is way too high to be possible, or get a reading that is way out of range of the patients usual number, you will have to do it manually. If you are still getting an unusual reading it is time to get the hall nurse and they will do a BP check to see if your findings were correct. This can mean the difference between your patient living or dying. Keep this in mind while doing all your vital checks and be a responsible caregiver!
Thanx for the input bro. I always run an AI with my cycles and it does help combat the bloat and other sides from the a-bombs. And although i do understand some poeple run deca at low doses to aleviate joint pain, i have always read that if you are looking for a significant anabolic effect from it your supposed to run it at least at 400mgs/week. Dont get me wrong im sure people have ran it lower and gotten good results, im just talking on average. I will most likely keep my cycle as posted above, but change the deca from 500mgs to 400mgs. What i am more concerned about than the deca is whether or not i am running the HCG the correct way to get the best results from it. And also whether i will be able to keep my test levels stable for the first month with once a day TNE shots. I can switch the TNE to prop if need be but would really prefer to use the TNE if i can get away with it.
Some people with chronic appendicitis may only feel fatigue and mild pain in their stomach. It is natural to confuse this condition with a common stomach flu or virus. If discovered in time, it can be treated with powerful antibiotics, saving the patient the need to undergo surgery. Just because it takes longer to recognize the symptoms, does not mean chronic appendicitis should be taken lightly. Fever, intense pain and nausea are generally not the symptoms of chronic appendicitis; therefore there is a big chance that it might go unnoticed. Due to the slow progress of chronic appendicitis, you will find that infection may spread all over the abdominal area. The symptoms often vary from patient to patient; therefore, only a doctor can diagnose it correctly.