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Saturday, May 4, 2013


The Global Lung Assessment System (GLAS) is a space-based satellite navigation system that provides location and time information in all diseased patients, anywhere on or near the Earth, where there is an unobstructed line of sight to four or more Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites. It is maintained by the United States government and is freely accessible to anyone with a GPS receiver and a teleskinoscope

All you do is hook the telekinscope to a patented GLAS converter on the GPS and you can hear any lungsounds from the comfort of your own home.  You can control the settings so that it's extra sensitive, or you can set the sensitivity to stubborn. 
Extra Sensitive: Will let you know right away the lung sounds of any patient anywhere in your client base.  Most doctors don't like this because it creates too much work for them. 
Stubborn: Will only let you know lungsounds of patient's admitted to a hospital you are qualified to treat patients at.  Most doctor prefer this one because it allows them to immediately hear significant changes in patients already being monitored.
The GPS-GLAS program provides critical capabilities to military, civil and commercial physicians around the world. In addition, GPS-GLAS is the backbone for modernizing the global air traffic system and the for monitoring astronauts  by NASA. 

To make the system work the patient is required to inhale Supertropium Bromide every four hours to maintain a steady base of the Ipatropium qualities in the lung passages.

Supertropium is picked up by a GPS system and litterally guides the Ventolin to wherever in the body the physician has directed it to go. It also allows the physicians to minitor (from home mind you) the level of fluid in the lungs, and the level of constriction in the airways. 

Note: In order for this product to work physician must have the newly patented GPSoscope. Physician doesn't have to be present for medicine to work, all he has to do is dial in designation from the comfort of his own home. Recommended use with all above Ventolin Types. Comes individually packaged as Ipatromium Bromide or in combination with the Ventolin Type of your choice in the form of Duoneb.

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