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    Plain english medicine

    I am still waiting for a reply to my question I asked in another thread, so I'll start a new thread.

    I am researching fractions. I need information a non-nurse, non-doctor can read and understand. I would appreciate some help in this area.

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    Well, I can see I'm not going to get any help. People are looking but no one is responding. Sorry....

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    fractions

    Can you be more specific about what you need? A chart? A list?
    Jo Valenti, RN, BSN

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    Focus

    "I am researching fractions. I need information a non-nurse, non-doctor can read and understand. I would appreciate some help in this area."

    Fractions of what? Blood Components?

    What do you want to know about them? Whether they transmit disease?

    Have you searched Google to determine whether the information you seek has already been published?

    If you do your homework (searching for and reading published material first) then you will be able to ask more pointed and informed questions. By the way, many of the articles you will find are in easy to understand language.

    Hope that helps you focus.

    Here's what I found on Google:

    http://www.bloodlessmed.com/Pages1/Fractions1.html
    http://www.pennhealth.com/health_inf...ood_units.html
    http://www.researchplus.com/bldfrac.html
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