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Cialis arterial fibrillation Hola! I’d write more in Spanish, cialis arterial fibrillation but my keyboard won’t cooperate!

Cialis arterial fibrillation Grand Rounds comes to us from Mexico this week, cialis arterial fibrillation as Enrico takes on hosting duties at Mexico Medical Student for the second time!

Cialis arterial fibrillation The last time he hosted he gave us music to read by. Cialis arterial fibrillation In honor of Thanksgiving he does it again using American composers.

Cialis arterial fibrillation With this being the holiday week, cialis arterial fibrillation my schedule is a bit off so I’ll be sitting down to Grand Rounds with a nice after-Thanksgiving drink as I peruse the posts tomorrow.

Cialis arterial fibrillation Grand Rounds and alcohol. Cialis arterial fibrillation Now that should be interesting!



Cialis arterial fibrillation It looks like Change of Shift is going to have a guest host next week!

Cialis arterial fibrillation Dr. Cialis arterial fibrillation Anonymous is willing to take on the nurses as he collects the best of the nursing blogosphere. Cialis arterial fibrillation Just send the submissions to me via Blog Carnival or the contact button above and I’ll forward them on over!

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  • enrico

    November 21, 2007 at 10:18 am

    Thanks! There’s no Thanksgiving here (when the Spanish arrived in Mexico, um, they were kinda not very nice… 😛 ) Always wanting another reason to celebrate, Thanksgiving is recognized here informally, but there’s no day off. Locals refer to it as día de pavo–literally, “turkey day”. 🙂

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