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  1. Nov 2022
    1. Continuous remote monitoring of COPD patients—justificationand explanation of the requirements and a surveyof the available technologies

      Continuous remote monitoring of COPD patients—justification and explanation of the requirements and a survey of the available technologies

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  2. Sep 2022
    1. Medical credentialing

      Physician Credentialing Customized application for your facility is sent to the physician allowing them to complete edit and save at any stage. Documents can be signed, uploaded and tracked. Notifications are automatically sent when documents are approaching expiration or critical

    1. Diabetes is a condition where the body does not make enough insulin or use the insulin it creates the way it should. As a result, the body isn’t processing food properly to produce energy. Instead, sugars build up in the blood leading to health complications.

      Our team of pediatric experts offers diabetes diagnosis for children and adolescents. If we discover pediatric diabetes, we partner with the right specialists to give your child the best possible treatment. We offer compassionate and trustworthy care that puts both the physical and emotional needs of our pediatric patients at the forefront.

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    1. 3D universes create a collaborative space with which we can analyze different objects or concepts simultaneously, providing more detail in our teaching approach because teaching in virtual reality increases the depth of knowledge,”

      virtual reality increases the depth of our knowledge

    1. Urgent Care Treatment with X-Rays in Castle Rock

      Founders Family Medicine and Urgent Care offer same-day care to patients who have urgent medical problems. Our medical center offers diagnostic testing, including x-ray and an on-site lab. Patients receive diagnosis and treatment from our professional medical team.

  5. Jun 2022
    1. Dùng cồn trị mụn trứng cá có được không? trước khi đi vào kết luận Có hay Không, hãy cùng tìm hiểu mối liên hệ giữa cồn y tế và Mụn. Xét về khả năng dùng cồn trị mụn dựa trên khoa học: Ethanol hoặc Cồn y tế hoàn toàn là chất sát khuẩn và làm sạch dầu,.vv. Trong ngành y tế, cồn đóng vai trò quan trọng chủ yếu để làm sạch, khử trùng và sử dụng sơ cứu. Các đặc tính cơ bản nhất của cồn y tế là phá vỡ liên kết màng tế bào và từ đó tiêu diệt vi khuẩn và vi trùng.  Qua lời giải thích trên, dường như bạn có thể yên tâm để sử dùng cồn y tế trị mụn trên da. Nhưng cồn có thực sự an toàn như vậy không? Cồn y tế do đặc tính kháng khuẩn và chống vi trùng của nó có thể hữu ích trong việc điều trị Mụn trứng cá. Tuy nhiên, Chúng ta chỉ sử dụng cồn đối với mụn viêm do vi khuẩn có tên là Propionibacterium Acnes gây ra. Những loại mụn này bao gồm các triệu chứng dễ thấy như sưng tấy, mẩn đỏ, lỗ chân lông bị tắc do dầu, da chết và vi khuẩn.

      Can I use alcohol to treat acne?

      Before jumping to a Yes or No conclusion, let's find out the connection between medical alcohol and Acne.

      In terms of the ability to use alcohol to treat acne based on science:

      Ethanol or Medical Alcohol is purely an antiseptic and oil cleaner, etc. In the medical industry, alcohol plays an important role mainly for cleaning, disinfecting and first aid use. The most basic properties of medical alcohol is to break the bonds of cell membranes and thereby kill bacteria and germs.

      Through the above explanation, it seems that you can safely use medical alcohol to treat acne on the skin. But is alcohol really that safe?

      Medical tincture due to its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties can be helpful in the treatment of Acne. However, we only use alcohol for inflammatory acne caused by bacteria called Propionibacterium Acnes. These types of acne include obvious symptoms such as swelling, redness, pores clogged with oil, dead skin, and bacteria.

  6. May 2022
    1. Cồn Y Tế 96 Độ Tại QuangTrungChem Cồn y tế có tên gọi khác là Ethanol (C2H5OH). Có nguồn gốc lên men từ các sản phẩm hữu cơ có nguồn gốc từ tự nhiên như: Khoai mì, ngô, sắn, mật mía,..Là thành phần chính trong các nghành công nghiệp sản xuất thuốc và dược phẩm,. Khác với Cồn Công Nghiệp Methanol (CH3OH) có được bằng cách chưng cất từ các sản phẩm có nguồn gốc từ các loại gỗ, mùn cưa.. ✅Mã sản phẩm: ETN4510 ✅Số Cas:64-17-5 ✅Tên gọi khác: Ethyl alcohol, Ethanol, Rượu Etylic, Cồn y tế,. ✅Hàm lượng: 70%, 90%, 96%,. ✅Tiêu Chuẩn: Quates 3, Dược điển VN5, ISO 9001:2015 ✅Đóng gói:Can 5L, Thùng 20L, Can 30L, Phuy 220, Tank 1000.. ✅Giá bán: 24.500đ/Lít ✅Giao Hàng: Giao nhanh 2H, Miễn phí ship,.

      medical alcohol 96 - quang trung chem

    1. By 1860, the American Medical Association sought to end legal abortion. The Comstock Law of 1873 criminalized attaining, producing or publishing information about contraception, sexually transmitted infections and diseases, and how to procure an abortion.
  7. Apr 2022
    1. In her 2002 dissertation, and then in a series of articles published in medicaljournals, Pape made a case for imitating this practice. “The key to preventingmedication errors lies with adopting protocols from other safety-focusedindustries,” Pape wrote in the journal MEDSURG Nursing in 2003. “The airlineindustry, for example, has methods in place that improve pilots’ focus andprovide a milieu of safety when human life is at stake.”

      In a 2002 dissertation and subsequent articles, Tess Pape proposed imitating solutions proposed by the FAA in airline accidents as a means of limiting distractions during medicine dispensing by nurses and medical staff to limit preventable medical errors.

    2. the Institute of Medicine had released a landmark report on patientsafety, To Err Is Human. The report found that as many as 98,000 Americanswere dying each year as a result of preventable medical errors occurring inhospitals—more people than succumbed to car accidents, workplace injuries, orbreast cancer. And some significant portion of these deaths involved mistakes inthe dispensing of drugs.

      Some might see the 98,000 preventable medical error deaths reported by the Institute of Medicine in To Err is Human (1999) now and laugh at the farcical number of deaths due to coronavirus since 2020, a large proportion of which could have been prevented due to better communication and coordination?

      What if a more pragmatic anthropological viewpoint could be given to the current fractured state of American politics? If anthropologists are taught not to make value judgements on the way other cultures have come to live their lives, but simply to appreciate and report on them accurately, then perhaps we should leave those on the far right who believe in top down, patriarchal rule to their devices?

      What if we nudged (forced) them all to actually live by their own rules by enforcing them to the nth degree? Republican politicians can only get away with badmouthing abortion or homophobic viewpoints because their feet are not held to the fire when those issues impinge upon their own families or even themselves. They have the wealth and the power to flout the laws and not face the direct consequences personally. Would their tunes change if forced by their own top down patriarchal perspectives applying to them?

    3. Imitating such forms with one’sown face and body is an even more effective means of learning, maintainsEmmanuel Roze, who introduced his “mime-based role-play training program”to the students at Pitié-Salpêtrière in 2015. Roze, a consulting neurologist at thehospital and a professor of neurology at Sorbonne University, had becomeconcerned that traditional modes of instruction were not supporting students’acquisition of knowledge, and were not dispelling students’ apprehension in theface of neurological illness. He reasoned that actively imitating the distinctivesymptoms of such maladies—the tremors of Parkinson’s, the jerky movementsof chorea, the slurred speech of cerebellar syndrome—could help students learnwhile defusing their discomfort.

      Training students to be able to imitate the symptoms of disease so that they may demonstrate them to others is an effective form of context shifting. It allows the students to shift from a written or spoken description of the disease to a physical interpretation of it for themselves which also entails more cognitive work than even seeing a particular patient with the problem and identifying it correctly. The need to mentally internalize the issue and then physically recreate it helps in the acquisition of the knowledge.


      Role playing or putting oneself into the shoes of another is another good example of creating a mental shift in context.


      Getting medical students to play out the symptoms of patients can help to diffuse their social discomfort in dealing with these patients.

      If this practice were used on broader scales might it also help to normalize issues that patients face and dispel social stigma toward them?

    4. Jean-Martin Charcot, the nineteenth-century physician known as the father ofneurology, practiced and taught at this very institution. Charcot brought hispatients onstage with him as he lectured, allowing his students to see firsthandthe many forms neurological disease could take

      Nineteenth-century physician Jean-Martin Charcot, known as the father of neurology, brought patients to his lectures at Universitaire Pitié-Salpêtrière in Paris to allow students to see forms of disease first hand.


      When was the medical teaching practice of "rounds" instituted?

    1. Covid One Year Ago. (2021, March 12). 12 March 2020 “The public could be putting themselves more at risk from contracting coronavirus by wearing face masks.” “Jenny Harries, England’s deputy chief medical officer, said the masks could ‘actually trap the virus’ and cause the person wearing it to breathe it in” https://t.co/ar5kOOxih3 [Tweet]. @YearCovid. https://twitter.com/YearCovid/status/1370307577888698369

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      It seems that Medicare could have been implemented sooner if not for political debates in Ottawa. The political power of the Prime Minister is also illuminated in this section, with the PM putting his foot down on the matter and pressing for a decision in January 1968.

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    1. Treatment with single probiotic B. infantis didn't impact on abdominal pain, bloating/distention, or bowel habit satisfaction among IBS patients. However, patients who received composite probiotics containing B. infantis had significantly reduced abdominal pain
  11. Dec 2021
    1. Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 was amended and Section 10D was inserted to empower the MCI to conduct NEET. Moreover the review petition against this judgment was allowed in 2016 and the Supreme Court ordered the conduct of NEET from 2016 itself.

      NEET implementation

    1. As Thailand is ranked as the third most favored country in the world for medical and dental tourism with cost savings of 50-75% compared to the US, it is a significant selling point for dental services in Thailand that it can compete with other countries

      medical and dental tourism

    1. Eric Topol. (2020, November 28). This will go down in history as one of science and medical research’s greatest achievements. Perhaps the most impressive. I put together a preliminary timeline of some key milestones to show how several years of work were compressed into months. Https://t.co/BPcaZwDFkl [Tweet]. @EricTopol. https://twitter.com/EricTopol/status/1332771238771630080

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    1. Barros-Martins, J., Hammerschmidt, S. I., Cossmann, A., Odak, I., Stankov, M. V., Morillas Ramos, G., Dopfer-Jablonka, A., Heidemann, A., Ritter, C., Friedrichsen, M., Schultze-Florey, C., Ravens, I., Willenzon, S., Bubke, A., Ristenpart, J., Janssen, A., Ssebyatika, G., Bernhardt, G., Münch, J., … Behrens, G. M. N. (2021). Immune responses against SARS-CoV-2 variants after heterologous and homologous ChAdOx1 nCoV-19/BNT162b2 vaccination. Nature Medicine, 1–5. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-021-01449-9

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    1. Leah McElrath 🏳️‍🌈. (2021, July 12). One reason the right-wing outrage machine is focused on attacking Biden’s plan for door-to door outreach isn’t because they actually fear confiscation of guns or Bibles. It’s because they don’t want poor people to have access to life-saving vaccinations. Https://t.co/GnZMmlBfqK [Tweet]. @leahmcelrath. https://twitter.com/leahmcelrath/status/1414660179061264388

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  18. May 2021
    1. It is thus argued that early exposure to the Australian Aboriginal approach to pedagogy in a respectful, culturally safe manner, has the potential to benefit medical students and their patients.

      Forget medical students and patients, this could broadly be applied to everyone everywhere! Why limit it to simply medical education?

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    1. Despite some implementation challenges, patient portals have allowed millions of patients to access to their medical records, read physicians’ notes, message providers, and contribute valuable information and corrections.

      I wonder if patients have edit - or at least, flag - information in their record?

    1. Likewise, privacy is an important issue in BCI ethics since the captured neural signals can be used to gain access to a user’s private information. Ethicists have raised concerns about how BCI data is stored and protected.
  23. Nov 2020
    1. Are you looking the familiar customer software development companies? Contact the top 10 custom software development companies for your need and desires. This is vital for business owners seek the professional experience and operate globally and reach the audience quickly.

  24. Oct 2020
    1. Our goal for you and your family is to prevent disease and to improve your health when disease exists in both the acute and chronic stages.
    1. Before you start a weight-loss program, it’s crucial to identify and create a treatment plan for any obesity related illnesses or diseases.

      Find out more about medical weight loss here.

    1. Anomie (/ˈænəˌmi/) is a "condition in which society provides little moral guidance to individuals".[1] It is the breakdown of social bonds between an individual and the community, e.g., under unruly scenarios resulting in fragmentation of social identity and rejection of self-regulatory values.

      I can't help but see this definition and think it needs to be applied to economics immediately. In particular I can think of a few quick examples of economic anomie which are artificially covering up a free market and causing issues within individual communities.

      College Textbooks: Here publishers are marketing to professors who assign particular textbooks and subverting students which are the actual market and consumers of those textbooks. This causes an inflated market and has allowed textbook prices to spiral out of control.

      The American Health Care Market In this example, the health care providers (doctors, hospitals, etc.) have been segmented away from their consumers (patients) by intermediary insurance companies which are driving the market to their own good rather than a free-er set of smaller (and importantly local) markets that would be composed of just the sellers and the buyers. As a result, the consumer of health care has no ability to put a particular price on what they're receiving (and typically they rarely ever ask, even more so when they have insurance). This type of economic anomie is causing terrific havoc within the area.

      (Aside: while the majority of health care markets is very small in size (by distance), I will submit that the advent of medical tourism does a bit to widen potential markets, but this segment of the market is tiny and very privileged in comparison.)

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