Mannitol Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Mannitol is a type of sugar alcohol used as a sweetener and medication. As a sweetener, it is used in diabetic food as it is poorly absorbed by the intestines. As a medication, it is used to decrease pressure in the eyes, as in glaucoma, and to lower increased intracranial pressure. Medically, it is given by injection. Effects typically begin within 15 minutes and last up to 8 hours.

According to the website, Mannitol attracts water from the intestinal wall (osmotic effect) so it can cause diarrhea if consumed in excess". According to an anonymous amazon user "Mannitol didn't work as I was hoping" he shared.


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Records Manager (Current Employee) says

"1;Monday to Friday according to shift allocated at the schedule Cons: short brake"

Senior community pharmacist (Current Employee) says

"Management is not nice to their employees and no cohesiveness is found within the colleagues. Exert extra pressure on employees and a stressful work environment. Cons: Very low salary, biasness and unfair management."

Internship (Former Employee) says

"I moved to Africa when I was in Grade 9 from Mississauga Cons: A lot of walking around, Very different environment then a Canadian hospital"

Radiographer (Former Employee) says

"Private hospital with a good working environment but didn't allow the employees to explore to their greater heights... Salaries and benefits were so low and that made it difficult to stay Cons: Long working hours"


"Every day is typical hard to work and survive in this."

Ward Nurse (Former Employee) says

"General adult ward nursing care and supervision of auxiliary nursing staff, assisted clinicians review and perform orders/procedures as and when indicative of patients needs Cons: Low reward"

Supply centre Clerk (Emergency and theatres) says

"work hard is way of successfully not only individual but whole organization. Cons: long hours"

Clinical nurse (Current Employee) says

"I have a feeling that patient centred approach in managing patients should always be key in any clinical set up."

Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) says

"Great experience in both in-patient and out-patient settings."

Medical Laboratory Technologist (Former Employee) says

"More quality procedure,working under strict and more guideling from sops Cons: Low staff with poor job security"

patient services officer (Former Employee) says

"report at 8 am do cleaning of the space,open mails and respond to them arrange any previous work like banking the money,learn to be well organized at my work place and how to relate well with customers and employees, gathered wide experience on managerial level and good relationship with my co-workers and conflict management ,the hardest part was when you are alone on duty with many clients waiting or when the systems are down and the best moment are when customers are happy with my services and come back and say thank you satisfied with the service providedi Cons: long working hours includin public holodays and weekends, less staff"

Occupational Therapist (Former Employee) says

"A busy work environment, working both in an in-patient and out-patient setting. Working collaboratively with other professionals e.g: PT, SLP, RN and MD professionals."

Nurse (Former Employee) says

"The hospital is ever busy and it teaches one on how to multi-task and it improves your knowledge as you get to see so many people with different conditions. Cons: Short breaks"

Nursing Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Being a nursing assistant enabled me to assist the nurses with the care of patients Cons: n/a"

Trainee Medical lab technologist (Former Employee) says

"I had a good time over there, instead of lack of Future opportunities , i was catching up the things step by step. Staff were well experienced and were highly educated in their respective allocated sub departments. Cons: i was not able to continue my studies while was being a part of it."

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