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Humor - New Ventilator Attachment Safely Allows Smoking While Receiving Oxygen

Submitted Friday, November 20th 2015 11:18 am by By Josie Rose RN - December 10, 2014
in  Billing Pros  

Charlotte NC -Bronco Products Inc. is pleased to announce its revolutionary new ventilation product. PapPal is an amazingly simple device that allows those on mechanical ventilation, C-pap, Bi-pap or any oxygen delivery device to simultaneously and safely enjoy the delights and satisfactions of cigarette smoking.

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No need to have nicotine withdrawal in the hospital anymore

Recent Press Ganey scores reflect dissatisfaction among hospitalized smokers for not being able to light up ad lib. Additional hospital wide bans on tobacco have further fueled this outrage.  One prominent Medical Center in western NC received numerous patient complaints regarding the prohibition of tobacco in its facility with the emerging theme of, “My COPD ain’t got nothin to do with smoking.” Other cancer and pulmonary patients echo similar complaints.  Read the full article.

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