Bird's treatment

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Bird's treatment

An obsolete therapy for decubital ulcers (bed-sores) using galvanic electrical stimulation, attributed to Golding Bird (1814–1854), an English physician.
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birds from the Bird Treatment and Learning Center, educational
Joanne said the Bird treatment felt right from the start.
So far Ocean Beauty has donated $5,000 to the Bird Treatment and Learning Center in Anchorage, to assist with the cost of care and heating fuel to keep the center at the needed temperature for the eagles' rehabilitation.
All three birds came to Elmendorf from the Bird Treatment and Learning Center, a nonprofit organization in Anchorage.
The BiRD treatment did not impede stem cell transplantation, and demonstrated two-year event-free survival rate of 85.
A former president of the Anchorage Audubon Society, Christensen now serves on the board of the Bird Treatment and Learning Center.