What causes lipoid pneumonia?
Lipoid pneumonia is a type of lung inflammation caused by the accumulation of fat or oily substances in the lungs. It is generally caused by inhaling oily substances or aspirating oily materials into the lungs (inhalation or aspiration lipoid pneumonia), or when fatty substances are introduced directly into the lung tissue (exogenous lipoid pneumonia). Inhalation and aspiration lipoid pneumonia can be caused by accidental aspiration of oil-based medications, inhaling mineral oil or oil-containing substances (such as gasoline, diesel fuel, paint thinners, lubricants, or cooking oil), or from the inhalation of lipoid aerosols released from heated oils during various types of industrial processes. Exogenous lipoid pneumonia can occur when oil-containing substances are injected directly into the lungs (for example, during oil-based medications delivered via inhalation, during some medical treatments for lung cancer, or during the injection of fat for cosmetic purposes).
What is a Medicare drug plan?
A Medicare drug plan (also known as a Part D plan) is a stand-alone prescription drug plan that works alongside your Original Medicare. It helps you pay for prescription drugs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover, such as antibiotics or other common medications. You can use a Medicare drug plan to help lower your out-of-pocket drug costs, especially if you take multiple medications.
Can dividends be paid out of accumulated losses?
No, dividends cannot be paid out of accumulated losses. As per accounting principles, dividends are only payable out of profits and not out of losses. If a company has accumulated losses, it would need to make profits before it can be in a position to pay dividends.
Can I deploy DPM as a Hyper-V Vm?
No, Data Protection Manager (DPM) cannot be deployed as a Hyper-V virtual machine. It must be installed as a physical or virtual (out-of-box) server. Additionally, DPM supports only one active installation per cluster (e.g. a cluster of Hyper-V servers).