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CENTURA HEALTH-ST THOMAS MORE HOSPITAL Critical Access Hospitals 1338 PHAY AVENUE 7192852000 Colorado
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS HOSPITAL Critical Access Hospitals 1700 RAINBOW BOULEVARD 8166306081 Missouri
IRON COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER Critical Access Hospitals 301 NORTH HIGHWAY 21 5735461260 Missouri
LONGS PEAK HOSPITAL Acute Care Hospitals 1750 E. KEN PRATT BLVD 7207183005 Colorado
SHARE MEDICAL CENTER Critical Access Hospitals 800 SHARE DRIVE 5803272800 Oklahoma

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Main Test Name Sub Test Name Date Of Entry
ACTH stimulation test 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid (urine 24-hour) 01/14/2009
Genetics 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid (urine 24-hour) 01/14/2009
ACTH stimulation test 1-hour absorption (blood) 01/28/2009
Adrenocorticotropic hormone 1-hour absorption (blood) 01/28/2009
HCT Acetoacetate, Serum or Plasma 03/24/2009


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Why Good Foot Care is Important for Diabetic Patients. People with diabetes often experience problems with their feet, caused by the changes to the body that come with the disease. Good foot care can help you prevent conditions that can cause damage – sometimes permanent – to your feet and toes

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Reduce saturated fats. Saturated fats, found primarily in red meat and full-fat dairy products, raise your total cholesterol. Eliminate trans fats. Eat foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Increase soluble fiber. Add whey protein.

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A comprehensive, collaborative approach is necessary for optimal treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Treatment guidelines focus on nutrition, exercise, and pharmacologic therapies to prevent and manage complications. Patients with prediabetes or new-onset diabetes should receive individualized medical nutrition therapy, preferably from a registered dietitian, as needed to achieve treatment goals. Patients should be treated initially with metformin because it is the only medication shown in randomized controlled trials to reduce mortality and complications. Additional medications such as sulfonylureas, dipeptidyl-peptidase-4 inhibitors, thiazolidinediones, and glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists should be added as needed in a patient-centered fashion. However, there is no evidence that any of these medications reduce the risk of diabetes-related complications, cardiovascular mortality, or all-cause mortality. There is insufficient evidence on which combination of hypoglycemic agents best improves health outcomes before escalating to insulin therapy. The American Diabetes Association recommends an A1C goal of less than 7% for many nonpregnant adults, with the option of a less stringent goal of less than 8% for patients with short life expectancy, cardiovascular risk factors, or long-standing diabetes. Randomized trials in middle-aged patients with cardiovascular risk factors have shown no mortality benefit and in some cases increased mortality with more stringent A1C targets.

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"Staph" bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus) are a common cause of skin infections. These infections can look and feel like spider bites at first. Antibiotics are prescribed to get rid of the infection. When certain antibiotics don’t kill the staph bacteria, it means the bacteria have become resistant to those antibiotics. One type of resistant staph bacteria is called MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus). MRSA skin infections are serious and need to be treated. They are contagious and can be spread to other people through skin-to-skin contact. For more information about MRSA and how to prevent spreading it, please take a look at the following information:

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ortant For Weight Loss: Diet Or Exercise? Ketogenic Diet Can Help Reduce Epileptic Seizures Build up reserves of Calcium and strengthen your bones, par

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