FAQ - Mink Viral Enteritis
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jean has been vomiting off & on for a few days due to viral enteritis. His doctor SMA 7 the serum would show?

a. low chloride levels
b. high chloride levels
c. ca ++ will be high
d. high H+ ions
e. plasma ph will be low

i got b but im not to sure what you think?

The answer is a. low chloride levels  (+ info)

What is the difference between sable and mink? Other question is the mink is dye color sable?

I want to see clear picture the sable and mink. I asked in e bay, but no body answer me. What kind the hair is sabke and mink? Thanks.

Here is a link with TONS of useful info and pics.ENJOY! Peace and love.  (+ info)

How do I go about getting my grandmother's mink coat appraised?

I have inherited a full length mink coat from my grandmother. I doubt I will ever wear it. I also have a reversible mink/leather jacket of hers that is way too big on me. What is the best way to get them appraised and sold?

Check with any stores in your area that sell furs. Ask if they know any place that you can get a fur appraised. Call them first to find out the information that you are looking for!  (+ info)

How do you wear a mink stole?

I recently purchased one of those vintage mink stole things on E-Bay thinking it would be good for costumes, etc. Now, I'm not sure how it was supposed to be worn or attached together.

It is the kind made out of 4 "whole minks" 3 are attached together by the paws, and one is alone with a mouth clip. They have little plastic loops with a ball on them. It also has 2 extra pieces of fur-only without any type of clip.

I know it is for around your shoulders, but how to attach?

I dunno, yours sounds weird, but usually you just let it lay over your shoulders, like your wearing a scarf without tying it around your neck. Hope I helped!  (+ info)

Where can I sell 2 mink coats fast for a good price?

I have 2 mink coats of very high quality ( $$ ) and need to sell them fast. I want a good price because I am in desperate need of a car.

Try Ebay  (+ info)

What viral infections can you get in the throat?

I have a viral infection in my throught and they didn't tell me what kind. So I want to know what my possibilities are.

There are so many viruses that can cause a sore throat.  (+ info)

How do you take care of a dress mink?

My dads mum gave me a mink fur scarf thing. How do I take care of it from dust and dirt? Where do I put it?

They do have mink storage. My mum stores her in the special material hanger zip thing; it is a cover for mink. Call the cleaners in Beverly Hills (yellow page) or where you live.  (+ info)

What is the difference between viral and bacterial diseases?

Hey I have 2 questions:
1.is a virus a bacteria(or the other way around?)?Where do bacterias fit if they're not viruses and the other way around?
2.I'd also like to know the difference between viral and bacterial DISEASES,not between viruses and bacterias.I know you can cure bacterial diseases with antibiotics and you can't viral,but I wanna know the difference between the two.

Hopefully you'll be able to help,thank you very much!

Hi there. No, a virus is not a bacteria. Viruses are their own identity. They are infectious agents and are incapable of reproducing except by 'hijacking' a cell (such as a human cell) and utilising what they need from that cell to reproduce. Nasty, hey? You're right: because viruses aren't bacteria, they can't be treated with antibiotics. The symptoms of a viral infection depend on the particular virus. The rhinovirus - common cause of the common 'cold' - is exhibited through congestion (nose), sore throat, blocked-up head, cough, and so on. However, the influenza virus - what causes the 'flu' - can present with the above symptoms but aches and pains in the joints, some of the worst exhaustion you will ever experience and, the classic symptom, a fever (lots and lots of sweating).

Bacteria are capable of reproduction without outside influence (as opposed to viruses). Bacteria are responsible for wound infections such as 'golden staph' (or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), urinary tract infections (can be caused by a range of bacteria), and pneumonia (can be caused by several bacteria, such as Streptococcus pneumoniae).

Viruses and bacteria can be rather confusing. Hope that helps somewhat. =)  (+ info)

What's the difference between viral and bacterial pneumonia?

I can't believe I'm this old and still can't seem to get this right. My mother-in-law (she's 80 and lives with us) is in the hospital with pneumonia, apparently developing it rather quickly. She has had several trips to the ER about her back (sciatica) recently, and someone said she could have gotten it there.

What I can't seem to get through my head is which one is contagious ... it's viral, right? I don't know which one she has yet (hubby finding out now), but if it's viral then my next question is going to be what should I do to protect my kids and me, who are home with her all day lol.

The most common way you catch pneumonia bacterial or viral is to breathe infected air droplets from someone who has pneumonia. Another cause is an improperly cleaned air conditioner. Yet another source of infection in your lungs is spread by an infection from somewhere else in your body, such as your kidney. Your risk of catching pneumonia is determined by the specific bacteria, virus, or fungus, the number of organisms you inhale, and your body's ability to fight infections.

Germs are spread both by aerosolized droplets that you breathe in (such as from a sneeze), and through body fluids left on surfaces like counter tops and door handles. If you avoid people who are coughing or sneezing, and wash your hands frequently, you can reduce your chances of catching a virus.

I would suggest keeping everything sprayed with a antibacterial agent of some sort, but make sure it does not hurt your mother-in-law. Cleaning everything with Pine Sol, strict hand washing, and make sure your mother in law covers her mouth when coughing or sneezing. You could also buy face masks and gloves for you and your children until she is no longer contagious. I would ask the doctor also how long your mother in law will be contagious

Hope this helps.  (+ info)

Can Body Wave Italian Mink Human Hair for weaving be cut off the weft and used for braiding?

Not asking about the difference between the techniques; weaving and braiding. Just need to know if 50% Italian Mink (Remi) Body Wave Human Hair for Weaving is too soft for braids.

You can find good hair weaving information at below blog. It will definitely help you. Have a look at it.

http://hair-weaving.blogspot.com/  (+ info)

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