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Myron L Meters Thanks Kidney Care Services!

Posted by 28 Dec, 2011

Tweet The choice of hemodialysis professionals for over 30 years, these compact instruments have been designed specifically to test dialysate solutions. By measuring electrical conductivity, they will quickly determine if dialysate concentrations are correct. To use these hand-held instruments, the operator simply fills the cell cup with dialysate solution and pushes a button. The needle […]

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The choice of hemodialysis professionals for over 30 years, these compact instruments have been designed specifically to test dialysate solutions. By measuring electrical conductivity, they will quickly determine if dialysate concentrations are correct.

To use these hand-held instruments, the operator simply fills the cell cup with dialysate solution and pushes a button. The needle indicates the total concentrations of salts in the solution.Model D-1 has an expandable scale of 0-10 and 0-20 millimhos and is useful for testing final dialysate. A unique feature of this model is the adjustable green color band above the dial. This provides an immediate visual confirmation of whether or not the dialysate concentration is within the patient’s ‘safe zone’.

Both instruments have built-in cell cups and are completely self-contained. They are powered by 9-volt batteries, which last for at least 2,000 tests. A glow light serves as a battery reserve indicator. Thousands of Myron L Dialysate Meters are still in daily use around the world after years of reliable service

FEATURESFast and accurate dialysate tests
Models for both acetate and bicarbonate solutions
Chip and crack resistant polyethylene cell cup
Rugged design
Simple to use
Automatic temperature compensation

AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION: WHY IT’S IMPORTANTThe graph below illustrates conductivity readings of a 14.0 millimhos dialysate sample tested with a non-temperature compensated conductivity meter. The same sample APPEARS to have a higher level of dialysate concentration when heated (and lower concentration when chilled). Actually, only conductivity readings change with temperature. Dialysate concentration does not change. Some instruments ignore the importance of temperature. Others require a separate thermometer for testing sample temperature then manual adjustment of the meter. All Myron L instruments, however, feature fast and precise Automatic Temperature Compensation. The result: a more accurate, useful instrument.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Kidney Care Services of Dubois, PA.

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Myron L Meters Thanks Kidney Care Services!

Posted by 28 Dec, 2011

Tweet The choice of hemodialysis professionals for over 30 years, these compact instruments have been designed specifically to test dialysate solutions. By measuring electrical conductivity, they will quickly determine if dialysate concentrations are correct. To use these hand-held instruments, the operator simply fills the cell cup with dialysate solution and pushes a button. The needle […]

Ah-ds-d-2-2t

The choice of hemodialysis professionals for over 30 years, these compact instruments have been designed specifically to test dialysate solutions. By measuring electrical conductivity, they will quickly determine if dialysate concentrations are correct.

To use these hand-held instruments, the operator simply fills the cell cup with dialysate solution and pushes a button. The needle indicates the total concentrations of salts in the solution.

Model D-1 has an expandable scale of 0-10 and 0-20 millimhos and is useful for testing final dialysate. A unique feature of this model is the adjustable green color band above the dial. This provides an immediate visual confirmation of whether or not the dialysate concentration is within the patient’s ‘safe zone’.

Both instruments have built-in cell cups and are completely self-contained. They are powered by 9-volt batteries, which last for at least 2,000 tests. A glow light serves as a battery reserve indicator. 

Thousands of Myron L Dialysate Meters are still in daily use around the world after years of reliable service

FEATURES

Fast and accurate dialysate tests
Models for both acetate and bicarbonate solutions
Chip and crack resistant polyethylene cell cup
Rugged design
Simple to use
Automatic temperature compensation

AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION: WHY IT’S IMPORTANT

The graph below illustrates conductivity readings of a 14.0 millimhos dialysate sample tested with a non-temperature compensated conductivity meter. The same sample APPEARS to have a higher level of dialysate concentration when heated (and lower concentration when chilled). Actually, only conductivity readings change with temperature. Dialysate concentration does not change. Some instruments ignore the importance of temperature. Others require a separate thermometer for testing sample temperature then manual adjustment of the meter. All Myron L instruments, however, feature fast and precise Automatic Temperature Compensation. The result: a more accurate, useful instrument.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Kidney Care Services of Dubois, PA.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

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Myron L Meters Thanks Hidalgo County Irrigation District!

Posted by 27 Dec, 2011

Tweet Hidalgo County Irrigation District No.6 is located at the most southern tip of Texas in an area  called the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV).  The LRGV has been experiencing significant  urban growth over the past decade causing considerable fragmentation of the agricultural  lands and putting increased pressure on the irrigation districts to improve overall […]

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Hidalgo County Irrigation District No.6 is located at the most southern tip of Texas in an area 

called the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV).  The LRGV has been experiencing significant 

urban growth over the past decade causing considerable fragmentation of the agricultural 

lands and putting increased pressure on the irrigation districts to improve overall water use 

efficiency.  Of the counties that comprise the LRGV, Hidalgo County had the highest percent 

increase in urban area with 35% (Leigh et al., 2009).

The District, located in the western part of Hidalgo County, has authorized water rights of 

40,729 acre-feet of water from the Rio Grande River and serves approximately 18,900 acres, 

as well as provides raw water for industrial and municipal uses.  The distribution network 

consists of approximately 23 miles of main and 41 miles of secondary and tertiary lined 

canals, and 60 miles of gravity fed pipelines.  In addition, there are three main re-lift stations 

on main canal and several small lift stations throughout the district.  The District operates two 

reservoirs at the start of the main system: Walker (116 acre) and District Lake (60 acres), 

which are maintained in maximum storage capacities to absorb changes from municipal and 

irrigation demands. 

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Hidalgo County Irrigation Disctrict.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

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Myron L Meters Thanks Hidalgo County Irrigation District!

Posted by 27 Dec, 2011

Tweet Hidalgo County Irrigation District No.6 is located at the most southern tip of Texas in an area  called the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV).  The LRGV has been experiencing significant  urban growth over the past decade causing considerable fragmentation of the agricultural  lands and putting increased pressure on the irrigation districts to improve overall […]

512m10

Hidalgo County Irrigation District No.6 is located at the most southern tip of Texas in an area 

called the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV).  The LRGV has been experiencing significant 

urban growth over the past decade causing considerable fragmentation of the agricultural 

lands and putting increased pressure on the irrigation districts to improve overall water use 

efficiency.  Of the counties that comprise the LRGV, Hidalgo County had the highest percent 

increase in urban area with 35% (Leigh et al., 2009).

 

The District, located in the western part of Hidalgo County, has authorized water rights of 

40,729 acre-feet of water from the Rio Grande River and serves approximately 18,900 acres, 

as well as provides raw water for industrial and municipal uses.  The distribution network 

consists of approximately 23 miles of main and 41 miles of secondary and tertiary lined 

canals, and 60 miles of gravity fed pipelines.  In addition, there are three main re-lift stations 

on main canal and several small lift stations throughout the district.  The District operates two 

reservoirs at the start of the main system: Walker (116 acre) and District Lake (60 acres), 

which are maintained in maximum storage capacities to absorb changes from municipal and 

irrigation demands. 

 

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Hidalgo County Irrigation Disctrict.

 

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Google +:   https://plus.google.com/112342237119950323462

Twitter:       http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Linkedin:     http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:    http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:         http://waterindustrynews.com


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Merry Christmas from MyronLMeters.com!

Posted by 24 Dec, 2011

Tweet Merry Christmas, everyone!  Be nice and be happy!  

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Merry Christmas, everyone!  Be nice and be happy!

 

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Merry Christmas from MyronLMeters.com!

Posted by 24 Dec, 2011

Tweet Merry Christmas, everyone!  Be nice and be happy!  

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Merry Christmas, everyone!  Be nice and be happy!

 

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Myron L Meters Thanks the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ!

Posted by 23 Dec, 2011

Tweet Our History We Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ trace our roots to Dernbach, Germany where our foundress, Catherine Kasper was born in 1820. Growing up, Catherine heard a “voice within” calling her to be compassionate and caring. She was faithful to the Spirit within her. Alert to the needs of those around her, she […]

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Our History

We Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ trace our roots to Dernbach, Germany where our foundress, Catherine Kasper was born in 1820.

Growing up, Catherine heard a “voice within” calling her to be compassionate and caring. She was faithful to the Spirit within her. Alert to the needs of those around her, she helped the poor and sick and took in those who were abandoned.

Other women joined her forming an Association of Charity. Catherine would walk many miles to consult with the Bishop of Limburg in the process of realizing her vision of a religious community. Her persistence and deep humility finally convinced Bishop Blum that God was at the center of her vision.

On August 15, 1851, Catherine and her four companions professed their vows in the parish church of Wirges, thus formally beginning the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ congregation.

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Our Spirituality

What gave Catherine the strength to persevere in spite of the misgivings of Bishop Blum and others?

We need to look at Catherine’s love of Mary, the Mother of God—a love nurtured by her frequent visits to a small chapel dedicated to Our Lady of the Heilborn. Our Lady’s faith response to what God asked motivated Catherine to respond in courage to the promptings of the Spirit within her.

That attentive heart and courageous spirit caught the first group of handmaids!

Onward to America

Catherine’s deep concern for God’s people and her trust that God would provide the resources needed strengthened her through difficult times. Soon a request for help came from Bishop John Henry Luers of Fort Wayne, IN. He had heard of Catherine and the community and asked for Sisters to serve the German immigrants in his diocese. Thus began the PHJC story in America!

Two hundred Sisters volunteered to go to the New World. Catherine, then known as Mother Mary, sent eight brave Sisters on the long trek to Indiana. These young Sisters journeyed by boat, train and farm wagon to arrive in Hessen Cassel, IN in August, 1868. Within a few days they opened St. Joseph School and began the characteristic PHJC response to requests for help.

The Sisters lived Mother Mary’s vision, journeying into new territories and ministries, building “little houses” in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Missouri and Pennsylvania before the start of the 20thcentury—bringing God’s love to the poor, the sick and the needy.

In the 20th CenturyThe PHJC Community in the United States moved, opened, and closed many missions over the years. Poor Handmaids continued to minister in health care, education, and child care; as well as retreat, parish, and pastoral work.In the early 1920s the Motherhouse in America moved from Fort Wayne, IN to Donaldson, just west of Plymouth, IN.


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In This Millennium

We have grown from an American Province focus to understanding ourselves as an international congregation. Sisters have served in Southeast Asia, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Germany, Brazil and Kenya. We’ve started missions in Mexico. We’ve done some soul-searching to get back to the roots of our foundress.

mill-Sr-in-Min_kitchen-tablWe’ve moved from many persons working in large institutions to working on a smaller scale meeting the needs in neighborhoods once served by some of those large institutions. We’ve changed our government structure to enable greater participation and accountability on the part of leadership and individual members. The Motherhouse is no longer simply a convent for the Sisters but now supports many ministries serving the surrounding community as the PHJC Ministry Center.

mill-CW-2004-prayerIf you look at who we are as Sisters today, you will know that we look and live and pray differently than we did in 1868, 1968 or even 2000. We are fewer in number and we engage in different ministries. We welcome and struggle to realize different ways of living as followers of Catherine. We come together as Sisters, Associates, and the Fiat Spiritus Community.

The future of religious life in the United States is not as clear as it once seemed. Even amid the changes, we live as persons of faith who can hear Catherine’s vision in our hearts and know God’s presence and challenge in our journey.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with the Ancilla Domini Sisters.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

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Myron L Meters Thanks Tornier!

Posted by 23 Dec, 2011

Tweet Tornier is a global medical device company intently focused on surgeons that treat musculoskeletal injuries and disorders of the shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, ankle and foot. We call these surgeons extremity specialists. When we say Tornier is an organization of “specialists serving specialists” it refers to our continuous level of support for these surgeons. […]

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Tornier is a global medical device company intently focused on surgeons that treat musculoskeletal injuries and disorders of the shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, ankle and foot. We call these surgeons extremity specialists. When we say Tornier is an organization of “specialists serving specialists” it refers to our continuous level of support for these surgeons. In certain international markets, Tornier also offers joint replacement products for the hip and knee. Founded in the 1940’s, Tornier currently sells over 70 product lines in approximately 35 countries, backed by the efforts of more than 700 employees worldwide.

Tornier designs, manufactures and markets devices for joint replacement and soft tissue repair that enable surgical specialists to improve patients’ lives by restoring motion and physical vitality.

Our specialization and commitment to research, combined with a strong partnership with the world’s top orthopaedic and podiatric surgeons, inspires surgical innovation and creativity. This approach, coupled with an unrelenting focus on education and training, has produced a history of firsts including the development of pioneering implants in Europe, and the introduction of the reversed shoulder in the United States.

With Tornier products in their hands, our surgeon partners throughout the world are achieving amazing results for patients.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Tornier.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Twitter:     http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Google +:  https://plus.google.com/i/0gw_uw5P328:dbK-UM_4xek

Linkedin:   http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:   http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:         http://waterindustrynews.com

 

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Myron L Meters Thanks the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ!

Posted by 23 Dec, 2011

Tweet Our History We Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ trace our roots to Dernbach, Germany where our foundress, Catherine Kasper was born in 1820. Growing up, Catherine heard a “voice within” calling her to be compassionate and caring. She was faithful to the Spirit within her. Alert to the needs of those around her, she […]

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Our History

We Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ trace our roots to Dernbach, Germany where our foundress, Catherine Kasper was born in 1820.

Growing up, Catherine heard a “voice within” calling her to be compassionate and caring. She was faithful to the Spirit within her. Alert to the needs of those around her, she helped the poor and sick and took in those who were abandoned.

Other women joined her forming an Association of Charity. Catherine would walk many miles to consult with the Bishop of Limburg in the process of realizing her vision of a religious community. Her persistence and deep humility finally convinced Bishop Blum that God was at the center of her vision.

On August 15, 1851, Catherine and her four companions professed their vows in the parish church of Wirges, thus formally beginning the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ congregation.

ourTrad_Madonna_Statue

Our Spirituality

What gave Catherine the strength to persevere in spite of the misgivings of Bishop Blum and others?

We need to look at Catherine’s love of Mary, the Mother of God—a love nurtured by her frequent visits to a small chapel dedicated to Our Lady of the Heilborn. Our Lady’s faith response to what God asked motivated Catherine to respond in courage to the promptings of the Spirit within her.

That attentive heart and courageous spirit caught the first group of handmaids!

Onward to America

Catherine’s deep concern for God’s people and her trust that God would provide the resources needed strengthened her through difficult times. Soon a request for help came from Bishop John Henry Luers of Fort Wayne, IN. He had heard of Catherine and the community and asked for Sisters to serve the German immigrants in his diocese. Thus began the PHJC story in America!

Two hundred Sisters volunteered to go to the New World. Catherine, then known as Mother Mary, sent eight brave Sisters on the long trek to Indiana. These young Sisters journeyed by boat, train and farm wagon to arrive in Hessen Cassel, IN in August, 1868. Within a few days they opened St. Joseph School and began the characteristic PHJC response to requests for help.

The Sisters lived Mother Mary’s vision, journeying into new territories and ministries, building “little houses” in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Missouri and Pennsylvania before the start of the 20thcentury—bringing God’s love to the poor, the sick and the needy.

In the 20th CenturyThe PHJC Community in the United States moved, opened, and closed many missions over the years. Poor Handmaids continued to minister in health care, education, and child care; as well as retreat, parish, and pastoral work.In the early 1920s the Motherhouse in America moved from Fort Wayne, IN to Donaldson, just west of Plymouth, IN.


Sr-BellaSr-CoronaSr-EudoxiaSr-FecundaSr-HenrikaSr-HyancinthaSr-MatronaSr-Rose

In This Millennium

We have grown from an American Province focus to understanding ourselves as an international congregation. Sisters have served in Southeast Asia, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Germany, Brazil and Kenya. We’ve started missions in Mexico. We’ve done some soul-searching to get back to the roots of our foundress.

mill-Sr-in-Min_kitchen-tablWe’ve moved from many persons working in large institutions to working on a smaller scale meeting the needs in neighborhoods once served by some of those large institutions. We’ve changed our government structure to enable greater participation and accountability on the part of leadership and individual members. The Motherhouse is no longer simply a convent for the Sisters but now supports many ministries serving the surrounding community as the PHJC Ministry Center.

mill-CW-2004-prayerIf you look at who we are as Sisters today, you will know that we look and live and pray differently than we did in 1868, 1968 or even 2000. We are fewer in number and we engage in different ministries. We welcome and struggle to realize different ways of living as followers of Catherine. We come together as Sisters, Associates, and the Fiat Spiritus Community.

The future of religious life in the United States is not as clear as it once seemed. Even amid the changes, we live as persons of faith who can hear Catherine’s vision in our hearts and know God’s presence and challenge in our journey.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with the Ancilla Domini Sisters.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Twitter:       http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Google +:   https://plus.google.com/i/0gw_uw5P328:dbK-UM_4xek

Linkedin:    http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:    http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:          http://waterindustrynews.com

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Myron L Meters Thanks Tornier!

Posted by 23 Dec, 2011

Tweet Tornier is a global medical device company intently focused on surgeons that treat musculoskeletal injuries and disorders of the shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, ankle and foot. We call these surgeons extremity specialists. When we say Tornier is an organization of “specialists serving specialists” it refers to our continuous level of support for these surgeons. […]

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Tornier is a global medical device company intently focused on surgeons that treat musculoskeletal injuries and disorders of the shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, ankle and foot. We call these surgeons extremity specialists. When we say Tornier is an organization of “specialists serving specialists” it refers to our continuous level of support for these surgeons. In certain international markets, Tornier also offers joint replacement products for the hip and knee. Founded in the 1940’s, Tornier currently sells over 70 product lines in approximately 35 countries, backed by the efforts of more than 700 employees worldwide.

Tornier designs, manufactures and markets devices for joint replacement and soft tissue repair that enable surgical specialists to improve patients’ lives by restoring motion and physical vitality.

Our specialization and commitment to research, combined with a strong partnership with the world’s top orthopaedic and podiatric surgeons, inspires surgical innovation and creativity. This approach, coupled with an unrelenting focus on education and training, has produced a history of firsts including the development of pioneering implants in Europe, and the introduction of the reversed shoulder in the United States.

With Tornier products in their hands, our surgeon partners throughout the world are achieving amazing results for patients.

Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Tornier.

Please visit us on the web at:

http://www.myronlmeters.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Myron-L-Meters/147455608645777

Twitter:     http://twitter.com/MyronLMeters

Google +:  https://plus.google.com/i/0gw_uw5P328:dbK-UM_4xek

Linkedin:   http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=98473409&trk=tab_pro

YouTube:   http://www.youtube.com/myronlmeters

News:         http://waterindustrynews.com

 

 

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