- Nov 17, 2008
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Jehova's witnesses are religiously opposed to blood transfusions from other people. Some believe that plasma is okay.Well, we got a ward full of flummoxed Japanese Nurses. and I'm the "Gaijin contact". The last resort.
There has to be something.
The biggest problem with the texts is that they predate modern medicine. Whatever you ascribe to.
@RedLantern tell me why?
And it better not be tripe. or religious fluff.
(not a slight on you, but this is real time)
My wife would not ask me if it wasn't dire.
I asked about her collecting her own blood prior to surgery. -just enough, it's her own. right?
Nurses say no bueno.
Go to the control panel, there should be a settings or gear button push it, then rip the entire control panel outThe alarm company setup the alarm in our new house and every time we open a door it sounds like the electronic "ding-dong" of going into a corner store. It is awful and they were gone before I realized this.
Chances of a Styfo member being a J-dub is most likely 0.00.Guys, help me out here. Which one of you is a Jehovah's Witness?
I have a live problem here.
My wife has a patient about to go into surgery for a Ceasarian. who will not accept a blood transfusion.
How can I help?
what is this about, and how can i make the family accept it?
I offered to go in there, but a drunk Jesuit might not be a fit.
This is real.