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All 3 units I have visited also had a bowel protocol for their patients. Logically this could have a great impact on the nutritional provision of nutrition as patients could be less likely to become constipated, feel sick thus reduce their appetite or not tolerate their enteral feed. I asked all places if their ICUs had bowel protocols to which all responded yes. Is this something that we should be implementing in our ICUs/Burns units?
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... all. It was a 17th century Episcopalian church. It is Boston’s oldest church and was a private church. You could not just walk in but had to be admitted to the congregation. All the pews are enclosed in compartments: originally one per family that were decorated by the family (and the better the pew, the more you paid!). We saw one decorated with the rest plain. The names of the original owners were on the doors into the ...
... easy as it is in Seattle. Anyway, we got back on the T and headed into downtown to explore a little on our own. That was fun. Walked some of the Freedom Trail, saw some street performersa at Faneuil Hall, ate at Quincy Market, etc. later, we met up with my old college roommate, Mieka, and her husband Steve at a small lobster restaurant. That was fantastic! I haven't seen Mieka in 17 years and it was so good to lay eyes on her again. We had a really lovely dinner. ...
... all the surrounding area, it was very forested and the campsites were lovely. The peninsula is quite narrow and has lots of lakes (there were about six lakes just in the park) and access to very good beaches. We explored the area including the National Seashore, Provincetown (extremely busy seaside town), Hyannis (where JFK's museum is located), Marconi Station site where the first telegraph message was sent to England, and the unique Highland house and lighthouse. We stayed ...
... we bought, we headed back to the hotel to freshen up and get ready for the concert. We took a 15 minute cab ride to Fenway and had the cabbie drop us off a couple blocks away due to the heavy traffic. If you've never been to Fenway I would highly recommend it. It's one of the last remaining original ballparks in the country and has a very Wrigley Field feel to it. When we arrived the Mighty Mighty Bosstones were just starting up so we headed to our seats ...