Answer: Parenteral is the general term meaning medication not given by mouth. A more specific term depends hos it is injected into the body. Drugs can be administered through a needle into the body in a variety of ways:
- intramuscular (IM): injected straight into the muscle - intravenous (IV): injected straight into the vein - subcutaneous (SC or sub cut) a shallower injection into the skin, into the subcutis layer, directly below the epidermis and dermis - intrathecal: injection into the spinal canal - intraosseous: an injection straight into the bone
The route depends on various factors including the type of drug, where you want it to act, the speed you want it to act and access to different sites of the body.
Answer: Parenteral refers to any route of administration that bypasses the gastrointestinal tract. These routes can include Intravenous therapy (IV therapy), intramuscular/ subcutaneous/intradermal injection, buccal, sublingual, or rectal administration, or transvaginal administration (as with the vaginal contraceptive or hormone-therapy ring). Medication patches are also parenteral.
Answer: No, at the age of 17 you can leave Texas for California and not beconsidered a runaway. However, if you have not graduated school atthe age of 17 and do not enroll in another state you can get introuble.
Answer: I have experienced things in my homes and others, that could not have been anything but spirits. Things get thrown, knocked over or turned on. I believe it is our loved ones letting us know they are around and watching us.
Answer: If a parent gives up a parental relationship with his child andwithholds financial support then the child can be consideredabandoned within six months to one year in Texas. Full parentalrights can be given to the other parent if they are eligible. Thechild can be placed in temporary custody at another home as well.
Answer: That depends on what you are being fired for, if you are being fired for being out of work, that is illegal, if however your employer were to fire you for reasons unrelated to the medical leave, that could be legal depending on the reasons.
Answer: No. You have already paid taxes on the money that you used to pay the insurance premiums. I am an insurance agent that works for a company that sells cancer insurance. Your payouts MAY be subject to taxation if your premiums were paid through your employer, and they pre-taxed them. It is important to seek the advice of a tax professional to ensure that you report all necessary income.
Answer: This letter will confirm that I will be away from the office on a leave of absence starting on [date]. During this time, I will be [state what you will be doing during your time away from work - volunteering for a certain organization, on maternity leave, using the time to recover from surgery or illness, serving in the military, on a sabbatical, etc.].
In my absence, my files/clients/duties will be undertaken/assigned to [names of individuals or departments]. [If appropriate, state how your employer can contact you during your absence by phone or e-mail]. I understand that during this time I will continue to be responsible for the employee portion of my health benefits.
As discussed, I will be returning to work on [date].
Sincerely, [Your name here]
Why was the family medical leave act considered a success of the clinton administration?
it allowed employees time off from work to care for family members ! thank NOVANET Najla*
Answer: The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (Pub.L. 103-3, enacted February 5, 1993) is a United States labor law allowing an employee to take unpaid leave due to a serious health condition that makes the employee unable to perform his job or to care for a sick family member or to care for a new son or daughter (including by birth, adoption or foster care).
Answer: The answer depends upon the size of the employer, the industry, and the state of employment. There is a federal law (FMLA) which applies to employers with more than 50 employees. Many states have family leave laws of their own, which sometimes apply to smaller employers, while other exempt state and local government entities and/or religious organizations.
Answer: The Family and Medical Leave Act, passed by Congress in 1993, requires large employers to provide workers with unpaid leave for family or medical emergencies (up to twelve weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave per year).
Answer: Yes. However the federal deficit was not eliminated.http://www.factcheck.org/askfactcheck/during_the_clinton_administration_was_the_federal.htmlhttp://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=5656http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=5656
Answer: Dear (insert name of appropriate individual): I am requesting a personal (paid/unpaid) leave of absence for medical reasons. My first day of leave will be (insert day of week) 10/1/11, and I will return to work on (insert day of week) 10/8/11. I have attached the supporting medical documentation for your review. Thank you for considering my request. Use whatever closing you feel most appropriate - Sincerely, Warm Regards....and your signature.