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Company Name: Huali Technology Co., Ltd

Business Type: Distributor/Wholesaler , Manufacturer , Other , Retailer , Service , Trade Company , Agent

Main Products: Urine drainage bag , Surgical drain , Syringe infusion set , Catheter , Disinfectant , Sourcing

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Year Established: 2010

Live in The Moment By Z. Hereford To live in the moment, or now , means being conscious, aware and in the present with all of your senses. It means not dwelling on the past, nor being anxious or worrying about the future. When we concentrate our attention on the present we focus on the task at hand. We give our full attention to what we are doing and we let go of outcomes. Seizing each moment in life allows us to prolong its value and make it more meaningful. Rather than seeking quantity of time, when we live in the moment we enjoy and savor every minute. We don't sacrifice quality for quantity. Of course, this doesn't mean we don't need to plan, set goals or prepare for the future. We can do all of these things and still enjoy each moment as it unfolds. For instance, if we have set a goal to exercise each day, we would carry on with it while enjoying the actual process, or moment, of exercising (or at least be in the moment of it). When we train ourselves to live in each moment, we immerse ourselves in it and begin to discover its beauty and wonder. We learn how to focus and how manage our energy. Professional athletes understand and employ this kind of focus very well. They know that accomplishment and success are a result of the skillful management and balancing of energy. To make every moment count we must embrace it. Everything we do and every person we come in contact with deserves our full attention. Even when resting we should savor the moment. It gives us the opportunity to recharge, renew and gain clarity. Quite often we put huge expectations on ourselves and our lives. We rush to do this, hurry up with that, without actually enjoying the process. What's the rush? Where do we think we're going? If we don't stop and think about where we're at, we're probably missing the point. Instead, when we appreciate each moment and garner the lessons from it, we live consciously, purposefully and responsibly. Likewise, when we live in the past and don't let go of painful experiences, perceived wrongs, or difficult times, we condemn ourselves to a present and future of the same. We cannot change the past. We can, however, come to terms with it, know that it's over, and move on. Living in the moment means letting go of the past and trusting in the future. When we are positive and optimistic in the present, we open the possibility of a positive and promising future. We owe it to ourselves to make every moment count - now! Tips for Living in The Moment Train your mind to focus on the current activity. Engage in, and feel what you are doing. Enjoy the process. Learn relaxation techniques such as meditation, deep breathing and visualization in order to be present in each moment. Take notice of your surroundings - sights, sounds, smells, ambiance. Listen attentively to the conversation of others, music, even silence. Savor your food and drink. Taste each morsel. Benefits of Living in The Moment ✔ You become more connected with your thoughts and feelings ✔ You are more connected to others ✔ Feel more gratitude and enjoyment of life ✔ If you live in the moment, it won't pass you by ✔ Feel more focused, peaceful and alive ✔ Feel less anxious and fearful Excerpt from


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The Great Statin Scam by Raymond Francis | Jan 21, 2020 | The Great American Hoax, Toxins I have been telling you for years that statin drugs to lower cholesterol are overprescribed, ineffective, and dangerous. No one needs a statin! Studies show they do nothing to prolong lives. Yet fifteen million Americans are now taking a statin drug to lower their cholesterol. This ignores the fact that cholesterol is not the problem and more than 75 percent of people who suffer heart attacks have normal or low levels of cholesterol. The real problem is inflammation. What is needed is anti-inflammatories like vitamin C. The side effects of statins are horrendous. They include muscle aches, increased risk of cancer and diabetes, memory loss, artery calcification, and vitamin deficiencies. Now, a new study shows that statins don`t even do the one thing they are supposed to do: lower cholesterol. The research was published in the journal Heart. Scientists looked at medical data from over 165,000 patients on statins. Their cholesterol had been tested on a regular basis before and after they started taking statins. The researchers found that after two years on statins, less than half of the patients failed to reach the standard goal of reducing LDL (bad) cholesterol by 40 percent or more. Excerpt from


Statin side effects: Weigh the benefits and risks Statins are effective at lowering cholesterol and protecting against a heart attack and stroke, although they may lead to side effects for some people. By Mayo Clinic Staff Doctors often prescribe statins for people with high cholesterol to lower their total cholesterol and reduce their risk of a heart attack or stroke. While statins are highly effective and safe for most people, they have been linked to muscle pain, digestive problems and mental fuzziness in some people who take them and may rarely cause liver damage. Statins include atorvastatin (Lipitor), fluvastatin (Lescol XL), lovastatin (Altoprev), pitavastatin (Livalo), pravastatin (Pravachol), rosuvastatin (Crestor, Ezallor) and simvastatin (Zocor, FloLipid). Having too much cholesterol in your blood increases your risk of heart attacks and strokes. Statins block a substance your liver needs to make cholesterol. This causes your liver to remove cholesterol from your blood. If you think you're experiencing side effects from statins, don't just stop taking the pills. Talk to your doctor to see if a change of dosage or even a different type of medication might be helpful. What are statin side effects? Muscle pain and damage One of the most common complaints of people taking statins is muscle pain. You may feel this pain as a soreness, tiredness or weakness in your muscles. The pain can be a mild discomfort, or it can be severe enough to make your daily activities difficult. However, researchers have found a "nocebo" effect when it comes to perceived muscle pain and statins. A "nocebo" effect means people who have negative expectations about a medication report experiencing the potential side effect at higher rates than the drug should cause. The actual risk of developing muscle pain as a result of taking statins is about 5 percent or less compared with taking a pill that doesn't contain medication (placebo). However, studies have found that nearly 30 percent of people stopped taking the pills because of muscle aches even when they were taking a placebo. A strong predictor you'll experience muscle aches when taking statins could be whether or not you read about the potential side effect. Very rarely, statins can cause life-threatening muscle damage called rhabdomyolysis (rab-doe-my-OL-ih-sis). Rhabdomyolysis can cause severe muscle pain, liver damage, kidney failure and death. The risk of very serious side effects is extremely low, and calculated in a few cases per million people taking statins. Rhabdomyolysis can occur when you take statins in combination with certain drugs or if you take a high dose of statins. Liver damage Occasionally, statin use could cause an increase in the level of enzymes that signal liver inflammation. If the increase is only mild, you can continue to take the drug. Rarely, if the increase is severe, you may need to try a different statin. Although liver problems are rare, your doctor may order a liver enzyme test before or shortly after you begin to take a statin. You wouldn't need any additional liver enzyme tests unless you begin to have signs or symptoms of trouble with your liver. Contact your doctor immediately if you have unusual fatigue or weakness, loss of appetite, pain in your upper abdomen, dark-colored urine, or yellowing of your skin or eyes. Increased blood sugar or type 2 diabetes It's possible your blood sugar (blood glucose) level may increase when you take a statin, which may lead to developing type 2 diabetes. The risk is small but important enough that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning on statin labels regarding blood glucose levels and diabetes. The increase generally occurs when blood sugar levels are already higher than normal and fall in the prediabetes or diabetes range when you begin taking a statin. Statins prevent heart attacks in people with diabetes, so the relevance of the mild increase in sugar values with statins observed in some people is unclear. The benefit of taking statins likely outweighs the small risk to have the blood sugar level go up. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns. Neurological side effects The FDA warns on statin labels that some people have developed memory loss or confusion while taking statins. These side effects reverse once you stop taking the medication. There is limited evidence to prove a cause-effect relationship, but talk to your doctor if you experience memory loss or confusion while taking statins. There has also been evidence that statins may help with brain function - in people with dementia, for example. This is still being studied. Don't stop taking your statin medication before talking to your doctor. Who's at risk of developing statin side effects? Not everyone who takes a statin will have side effects, but some people may be at a greater risk than are others. Risk factors include: Taking multiple medications to lower your cholesterol Being female Having a smaller body frame Being age 80 or older Having kidney or liver disease Drinking too much alcohol Having certain conditions such as hypothyroidism or neuromuscular disorders including amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Drugs and food that interact with statins Grapefruit juice contains a chemical that can interfere with the enzymes that break down (metabolize) the statins in your digestive system. While you won't need to eliminate grapefruit entirely from your diet, ask your doctor about how much grapefruit you can have. Some drugs that may interact with statins and increase your risk of side effects include: Amiodarone (Cordarone, Pacerone), a medication for irregular heart rhythms Gemfibrozil (Lopid), another variety of cholesterol drug HIV treatments called protease inhibitors such as saquinavir (Invirase) and ritonavir (Norvir) Some antibiotic and antifungal medications, such as clarithromycin and itraconazole (Onmel, Sporanox) Some immunosuppressant medications, such as cyclosporine (Gengraf, Neoral, Sandimmune) There are many drugs that may interact with statins, so be sure your doctor is aware of all the medicines you take when being prescribed with statins. How to relieve statin side effects To relieve side effects believed to be caused by statins, your doctor may recommend several options. Discuss these steps with your doctor before trying them: Take a brief break from statin therapy. Sometimes it's hard to tell whether the muscle aches or other problems you're having are statin side effects or just part of the aging process. Taking a break can help you determine whether your aches and pains are due to statins instead of something else. Switch to another statin drug. It's possible, although unlikely, that one particular statin may cause side effects for you while another statin won't. It's thought that simvastatin (Zocor) may be more likely to cause muscle pain as a side effect than other statins when it's taken at high doses. Change your dose. Lowering your dose may reduce some of your side effects, but it may also reduce some of the cholesterol-lowering benefits your medication has. Another option is to take the medication every other day, especially if you take a statin that stays in the blood for several days. Talk to your doctor to determine if this is appropriate for you. Take it easy when exercising. Unaccustomed vigorous exercise might increase the risk of muscle injury. It's best to make changes in your exercise routine more gradually. Exercise causes muscle pain too, so it is sometimes difficult to know if the pain comes from the statin or the exercise in someone who just started an exercise program. Consider other cholesterol-lowering medications. Although statins are the most effective oral medications for lowering your cholesterol, other types of drugs also are available. Sometimes, taking a combination of cholesterol drugs can provide the same result with lower doses of statins. Try coenzyme Q10 supplements. Coenzyme Q10 supplements may help prevent statin side effects in some people, though more studies are needed to determine any benefits of taking it. Talk to your doctor first to make sure the supplement won't interact with any of your other medications. Weigh the risks and benefits Although side effects believed to be caused by statins can be annoying, consider the benefits of taking a statin before you decide to stop taking your medication. Remember that statin medications can reduce your risk of a heart attack or stroke, and the risk of life-threatening side effects from statins is very low. If you have read about the potential side effects of statins, you may be more likely to blame your symptoms on the medication, whether or not they're truly caused by the drug. Even if your side effects are frustrating, don't stop taking your statin medication for any period of time without talking to your doctor first. Your doctor may be able to come up with an alternative treatment plan that can help you lower your cholesterol without uncomfortable side effects. Excerpt from:


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What is PC (material)? PC (Polycarbonate's abbreviation) is a high-performance tough, amorphous and transparent thermoplastic polymer with organic functional groups linked together by carbonate groups (–O–(C=O)–O–) and offers a unique combination of properties. PC is popularly used as an engineering plastic owing to its unique features that include: High impact strength High dimensional stability Good electrical properties amongst others Features: Toughness and High Impact Strength – Polycarbonate has high strength making it resistant to impact and fracture, and further providing safety and comfort in applications that demand high reliability and performance. Transmittance – PC is an extremely clear plastic that can transmit over 90% of light as good as glass. Lightweight – This feature allows virtually unlimited possibilities to OEMs to design as compared with glass. Protection from UV Radiations – Polycarbonates can be designed to block ultraviolet radiation and provide 100% protection from harmful UV rays. Optical Nature - For having amorphous structure, PC offers excellent optical properties. Chemical Resistance – Polycarbonate exhibits good chemical resistance against diluted acids, aliphatic hydrocarbons and alcohols; moderate chemical resistance against oils and greases. Heat Resistance - Offering good heat resistance, Polycarbonates are thermally stable up to 135°C.


What is TPN bag? TPN bag (abbreviation of Total Parenteral Nutrition Bag) is a device supply all nessary nutritions from the outside of the body bypassing personal digestive system into a person, who cannot use his own digestive system to absorb nutrition and support its living energy supplies. Patients who cannot consume enough nutrients or who cannot eat at all due to an illness, surgery, or accident, can be fed through an intravenous line or tube. An IV can be used for as little as a few hours, to provide fluids to a patient during a short surgical procedure, or to rehydrate a patient after a viral illness. Patients with more serious and long term illnesses and conditions may require months or even years of intravenous therapy to meet their nutritional needs. These patients may require a central venous access port. A specialized catheter (Silastic Broviac or Hickman) is inserted beneath the skin and positioned below the collarbone. Fluids can then be injected directly into the bloodstream for long periods of time. X rays are taken to ensure that the permanent catheter is properly positioned.


Understanding common TPN additives Common components of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) solutions such as glucose, amino acids, and other additive are used for specific purposes. For instance, glucose provides calories for metabolism. Here`s a list of other common additives and the purposes each serves. Calcium promotes development and maintenance of bones and teeth and aids in blood clotting Chloride regulates development and maintenance osmotic pressure Magnesium helps the body absorb carbohydrates and protein. Phosphorus is essential for cell energy and calcium balance Potassium is needed for cellular activity and cardiac function Sodium helps control water distribution and maintains normal fluid balance


Who needs TPN? Patients who can`t meet their nutritional needs by oral or enteral feedings may require IV nutritional supplementation or TPN. Generally, this treatment is prescribed for any patient who can`t absorb nutrients from the GI tract for more than 10 days. More specific indications include: Debilitating illness lasting longer than 2 weeks Loss of 10% or more of pre-illness weight Serum albumin level below 3.5g/dl Excessive nitrogen loss from a wound infection, a fistula, or an abscess Renal or hepatic failure Nonfunction of the GI tract lasting for 5 to 7 days.


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