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101. How to make sure your vacation isn’t a medical disaster

a basic first-aid kit, oxygen and a defibrillator. If you have medical conditions, see if your primary care physician prior to take off for a travel clearance. If your physician detects early warning signs of illness then the risks of travel may far outweigh the benefit. If you have serious food or environmental allergies (e.g., anaphylaxis — a multi-organ, life-threatening allergic reaction) alert the flight attendants as you board (and have your EpiPen!). Though awareness of serious allergies (...) How to make sure your vacation isn’t a medical disaster How to make sure your vacation isn't a medical disaster How to make sure your vacation isn’t a medical disaster | | June 8, 2018 90 Shares Recently while traveling overseas, I found myself in a predicament not often encountered nor taught to health professionals. I was requested to address an emergency at 30,000 feet in the air. This got us thinking: How many patients consider the possibility of a medical emergency in the air? People

2018 KevinMD blog

102. Be Prepared to Stay Safe and Healthy in Winter

no cooking or refrigeration and water stored in clean containers. Ensure that your cell phone is fully charged. When planning travel, be aware of current and forecast weather conditions. Keep an up-to-date emergency kit, including: Battery-operated devices, such as a flashlight, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio, and lamps; extra batteries; first-aid kit and extra medicine; baby items; and cat litter or sand for icy walkways. Protect your family from carbon monoxide (...) you become stranded. The kit should include: cell phone, portable charger, and extra batteries; blankets; food and water; booster cables, flares, tire pump, and a bag of sand or cat litter (for traction); compass and maps; flashlight, battery-powered radio, and extra batteries; first-aid kit; and plastic bags (for sanitation). Work slowly when doing outside chores. Equip in Advance for Emergencies Be prepared for weather-related emergencies, including power outages. Stock food that needs

2018 CDC Your Health - Your Environment Blog

103. Pharmacokinetics of SAR441236

and/or hospitalization within 45 days prior to entry. Diagnosis of AIDS-defining illness using the current list on the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website within 1 year prior to entry. Weight greater than 115 kg within 45 days prior to study entry. Exclusion Criteria, Arm A Within 12 months prior to study entry, any plasma HIV-1 RNA above the limit of quantification by any FDA-approved assay on a licensed kit with a limit of quantification less than or equal to 50 copies/mL of plasma (...) is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. of clinical studies and talk to your health care provider before participating. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03705169 Recruitment Status : Not yet recruiting First Posted : October 15, 2018 Last Update Posted : March 1, 2019 See Sponsor: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Information provided by (Responsible Party

2018 Clinical Trials

104. Patient Dignity (Formerly: Patient Modesty): Volume 92

there. Male patients were turned away despite the fact that they had an order from their physician. I have but one thing to say about all this WTF! PT At , JF said... PT, Maybe you should get on psyc meds. Before you become a serial killer, killing nursing hags. At , Anonymous said... JF Nope,no reason to. If the cigarettes don’t get them first, obesity, diabetes and heart disease will. PT At , said... First, let's keep this blog thread free of ad hominem remarks. We want to read the opinions of all (...) approach would be successful by itself. This was the first time that this garment was being used; and, I wasn't sure how well a novel approach would be accepted by hospital personnel. Possibly, I was the topic of discussions, protocol meetings or jokes. I don't know. Throughout the entire process I was not hostile nor belligerent. I tried to politely "nail everything down" before the operation day. Nevertheless, my son and I were ready to pull the iv and walk (hobble) in the event of a last minute

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

105. Effectiveness of innovation grants to smallholder agricultural producers

Agricultural Technology Information and Response Initiative (Kenya) AusAID Australian Government Overseas Aid Program BLDS British Library for Development Studies C3F City-Community Challenge Fund CATF Competitive agricultural technology funds CEDAC Cambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture/Centre d’Etude et de Développement Agricole Cambodgien CF Competitive fund(s) CGIAR Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research CIAL Local agricultural research committees CIAT (...) Instrumental variable KARI Kenya Agricultural Research Institute KENFAP Kenya National Federation of Agricultural Producers KIT Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam (the Netherlands) KSL KENFAP Services Ltd LEI Agricultural Economics Research Institute (WUR) LIBIRD Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development (Nepal) LISF Local innovation support funds (PROLINNOVA) LISP Local Initiatives Support Project (Lesotho) MAAIF Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industries and Fisheries (Uganda

2013 EPPI Centre

106. Clinical Guidelines and Integrated Care Pathways for the Oral Health Care of People with Learning Disabilities

recommendations B (Evidence levels IIa, IIb, III) Requires availability of well conducted clinical studies but no randomised clinical trials on the topic of recommendation C (evidence level IV) Requires evidence from expert committee reports or opinions and/or clinical experience of respected authorities. Indicates absence of directly applicable studies of good quality. Additional Clinical Considerations & References Where applicable each guideline consists of three broad sections. The first section (...) on integrated care. They target a wide audience and should be made available to all those individuals and groups concerned with the health and welfare of people with learning disabilities. Improvements in oral health care can be obtained by encouraging carers to regularly examine the mouth of the person they are caring for. Completing an oral check (assessment) will help to identify any changes in the mouth and can aid appropriate diagnosis and treatment if reported to the dentist at an early stage

2012 Royal College of Surgeons of England

107. Cancer Genetics Risk Assessment and Counseling (PDQ®): Health Professional Version

Intern Med 160 (4): 271-81, 2014. [ ] Resta RG: Defining and redefining the scope and goals of genetic counseling. Am J Med Genet C Semin Med Genet 142C (4): 269-75, 2006. [ ] Baty BJ, Kinney AY, Ellis SM: Developing culturally sensitive cancer genetics communication aids for African Americans. Am J Med Genet 118A (2): 146-55, 2003. [ ] Jenkins JF, Lea DH: Nursing Care in the Genomic Era: A Case-Based Approach. Sudbury, Mass: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2005. Meiser B, Gaff C, Julian-Reynier C, et (...) . History of benign or precancerous tumors or polyps, surgeries, biopsies, major illnesses, medications, and reproductive history (for women, this includes age at menarche, parity, age at first live birth, age at menopause, and history of exogenous hormone use). Screening practices and date of last screening exams, including imaging and/or physical examinations. Environmental exposures. Past and current alcohol intake and tobacco use. Diet, exercise, and complementary and alternative medicine practices

2016 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

108. Diabetes - type 2

who are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or breastfeeding. It also does not cover the diagnosis and management of impaired glucose regulation, or make detailed recommendations on the diagnosis and management of other types of diabetes. There are separate CKS topics on and . The target audience for this CKS topic is healthcare professionals working within the NHS in the UK, and providing first contact or primary healthcare. How up-to-date is this topic? How up-to-date is this topic? Changes Changes (...) (Onglyza®) and linagliptin (Trajenta®), two new dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitors licensed for the treatment of adults with type 2 diabetes to improve glycaemic control. Information on the NICE technology appraisal Liraglutide for the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus . Information on fitness to drive from the DVLA's At a glance guide to the current medical standards of fitness to drive . A tabulated version of the treatment recommendations for blood glucose control, to aid navigation. August 2011

2016 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

109. Consensus-Based Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Volatile Substance Use in Australia

for a response (e.g. check whether the person is conscious by asking them to squeeze your hand if they can hear you). S. Send for help (e.g. call an ambulance or contact local emergency services). While waiting for the ambulance/ emergency help, perform basic first aid. A. Check that the airway is open by carefully tilting the person’s head back and gently lifting the chin forward. Clear the airway if it is blocked. B. Check if the person is breathing. C. Commence cardiopulmonary resuscitation (...) should: • focus on VSu that is already occurring in the community • emphasise information about reducing harm • avoid giving young people new ideas about substances that can be inhaled to become intoxicated. PP 9.2.1 87 N/A Targeted VSU education Education for users of inhaled volatile substances, those at risk, and their families and peers, provide information about: • health effects of volatile substances and strategies for reducing harm • basic first aid for an intoxicated person (e.g. assessing

2011 National Health and Medical Research Council

110. Cardiovascular disease prevention

mandatory in specific scenarios. (Note that strategic environmental assessment, environmental impact assessment and regulatory impact assessment are already mandatory in certain contexts.) Recommendation 8 Common agricultur Recommendation 8 Common agricultural policy al policy The common agricultural policy (CAP) is the overarching framework used by EU member countries to form their own agricultural policies. The burden of diet-related disease has grown considerably since CAP was first implemented. CAP (...) (https://www.nice.org.uk/terms-and- conditions#notice-of-rights). Page 15 of 113The CAP has two main 'pillars': market measures (first pillar) and rural development policy (second pillar). Recent CAP reform has shifted money from the first to the second pillar which now focuses more on 'public goods' . However, health has not been formally recognised as a 'public good' . CAP reforms have begun to address this issue, but a clearer focus on CVD and its antecedents (that is, the production of foods high

2010 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Clinical Guidelines

111. Be Prepared to Stay Safe and Healthy in Winter

no cooking or refrigeration and water stored in clean containers. Ensure that your cell phone is fully charged. When planning travel, be aware of current and forecast weather conditions. Keep an up-to-date emergency kit, including: Battery-operated devices, such as a flashlight, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio, and lamps; extra batteries; first-aid kit and extra medicine; baby items; and cat litter or sand for icy walkways. Protect your family from carbon monoxide (...) you become stranded. The kit should include: cell phone, portable charger, and extra batteries; blankets; food and water; booster cables, flares, tire pump, and a bag of sand or cat litter (for traction); compass and maps; flashlight, battery-powered radio, and extra batteries; first-aid kit; and plastic bags (for sanitation). Work slowly when doing outside chores. Equip in Advance for Emergencies Be prepared for weather-related emergencies, including power outages. Stock food that needs

2017 CDC Your Health - Your Environment Blog

112. Be Prepared to Stay Safe and Healthy in WInter

no cooking or refrigeration and water stored in clean containers. Ensure that your cell phone is fully charged. When planning travel, be aware of current and forecast weather conditions. Keep an up-to-date emergency kit, including: Battery-operated devices, such as a flashlight, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio, and lamps; extra batteries; first-aid kit and extra medicine; baby items; and cat litter or sand for icy walkways. Protect your family from carbon monoxide (...) you become stranded. The kit should include: cell phone, portable charger, and extra batteries; blankets; food and water; booster cables, flares, tire pump, and a bag of sand or cat litter (for traction); compass and maps; flashlight, battery-powered radio, and extra batteries; first-aid kit; and plastic bags (for sanitation). Work slowly when doing outside chores. Equip in Advance for Emergencies Be prepared for weather-related emergencies, including power outages. Stock food that needs

2017 CDC Your Health - Your Environment Blog

113. Be Prepared to Stay Safe and Healthy in Winter

no cooking or refrigeration and water stored in clean containers. Ensure that your cell phone is fully charged. When planning travel, be aware of current and forecast weather conditions. Keep an up-to-date emergency kit, including: Battery-operated devices, such as a flashlight, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio, and lamps; extra batteries; first-aid kit and extra medicine; baby items; and cat litter or sand for icy walkways. Protect your family from carbon monoxide (...) you become stranded. The kit should include: cell phone, portable charger, and extra batteries; blankets; food and water; booster cables, flares, tire pump, and a bag of sand or cat litter (for traction); compass and maps; flashlight, battery-powered radio, and extra batteries; first-aid kit; and plastic bags (for sanitation). Work slowly when doing outside chores. Equip in Advance for Emergencies Be prepared for weather-related emergencies, including power outages. Stock food that needs

2017 CDC Your Health - Your Environment Blog

114. Lara Fairall: Delivering truly integrated care in South Africa

to death with pangas. In the months and years that followed we have learned more of the miners’ lives—the long shifts, day and night 24/7—during which rock drillers core the earth, extracting its riches to line the pockets of the wealthy and perpetuate the landscape that surrounds these mines—a narrative of generations of migrant labour, dismantled families, alcohol, AIDS and the silent rage of the dispossessed. An official enquiry into the events on that koppie, or little hill, next to the mine (...) by the commission. He started by saying how the police had acquired high tech auditory equipment to aid police communications in the field. In doing so they may well have ticked a box, but it feels like it’s sorely missed the point. When will the real healing that is required begin? I drive past the turn-off to Marikana regularly now as I help lead an implementation science trial that has extended to clinics in the surrounding health district, aptly named Bojanala Platinum. The trial is investigating

2016 The BMJ Blog

115. Fred the Preparedness Dog—Tails from Kansas

to him in a special way. Together, Fred and I travel to schools and events across Kansas, teaching kids how to keep themselves and their families safe. Fred now has his own purple hiking bag, which he wears everywhere, because you never know when an emergency might happen. When we go to schools, kids help unpack the kit and see what’s inside. As they take out the items, we talk about each one. We talk about the flashlight, the maps, the contact numbers, the hand wipes, the first-aid kit. “We can just (...) that have hit these areas has increased and they have been even more lethal. Who would have thought that a dog in the bathtub would be such a useful tool to help educate our youth on safety. The use of the backpack on dog to hold emergency/first aid kits is such a great idea. It allows children to have the useful items that they are now trained how to use if they need them. I really enjoyed getting to read this blog and it made me happy that the use of animals helped children understand what

2016 CDC Public Health Matters

116. Prepared Penguins: Tips for a Safe and Healthy Winter

the person’s temperature. If it is below 95°, the situation is an emergency—get medical attention immediately. Visit page for more information Driving in a Winter Wonderland Driving in severe winter weather can be dangerous and lead to accidents. Be sure to prepare a winter for your car. Include blankets, a flashlight, a shovel, an ice scraper, water and snacks, and a first aid kit. Make sure your car is serviced and has a full gas tank before a storm. Consider signing up for an all-weather driving course (...) email updates about this page, enter your email address: Enter Email Address Submit Button Prepared Penguins: Tips for a Safe and Healthy Winter Posted on January 5, 2016 by Blog Administrator By: Kathryn Landis Don’t get caught winging it! Follow these tips for a safe and healthy winter. As the temperatures get colder, make sure you know how to stay warm. Wear warm winter clothes and plenty of extra layers, and listen for radio or television reports of travel advisories issued by the . Play it Safe

2016 CDC Public Health Matters

117. What are synthetic biologists doing to plants, and what are plants doing to synthetic biology? by Dominic Berry

and pieces of equipment) and the ways of working that are afforded by widely shared tools and technologies. Protoplasts (Image by Mnolf – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=6103785 ) The historian can take any one of these experimental stuffs and ask: What were its origins? When did it first begin to be used in this way? Who incorporated it into experimentation? What legacy travels with it? Has its use changed over time? How do the organismal products of synthetic (...) into bacteria or plants) is well or poorly designed? The answer in the first instance is “after a series of more or less successful attempts at cloning it”. But what if the cloning method used is not considered ideal for this construct? Perhaps some other method will have to be used, but in the process, by choosing to use a different kind of tool we also change the definition of what it means to be well designed (i.e. the kind of experimental object that can be expected to thrive). This perspective draws

2016 PLOS Blogs Network

118. Guidelines for the Clinical and Operational Management of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis

Paris, France Suggested citation Caminero JA, ed. Guidelines for Clinical and Operational Management of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis. Paris, France: International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 2013. First published online 22 March 2013; revised 6 May 2013. © International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) 68 boulevard St Michel, 75006 Paris, France March 2013 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without the permission of the authors (...) FDC ? xed-dose combination FLD ? rst-line drug FQ ? uoroquinolone GDF Global Drug Facility GFATM The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Gfx gati? oxacin GLC Green Light Committee (WHO) H isoniazid HAART highly active antiretroviral therapy HEPA ? lter high-ef? ciency particulate air ? lter HIV human immunode? ciency virus IC infection control ICF intensi? ed case ? nding IPT intermittent preventive treatment Km kanamycin MDR-TB multidrug-resistant tuberculosis; Mycobacterium

2013 International Union Against TB and Lung Disease

119. Assets in Action: Illustrating asset based approaches for health improvement

a range of sources into one central working document, thereby aiding the analysis process. Speci? cally, the framework was used to: classify the data into meaningful categories; rearrange the data into a more manageable form; and develop and verify patterns, relationships and issues from the data. Analysis was carried out within case initially and, subsequently, a thematic across-case analysis was undertaken to synthesise the learning. Analysis was supported by use of Atlas.ti software. Identi? cation

2012 Glasgow Centre for Population Health

120. Guidelines for assessing the utility of data from prevention of mother-to-child transmission

FEFO first-to-expire, first-out HIV human immunodeficiency virus HSS HIV sentinel surveillance M&E monitoring and evaluation MCH maternal and child health MOH Ministry of Health PCR polymerase chain reaction PEPFAR the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief PMTCT prevention of mother-to-child transmission QA quality assurance QC quality control SSA sub-Saharan Africa SOP standard operating procedure STI sexually transmitted infection UAT unlinked anonymous testing UNAIDS Joint (...) Guidelines for assessing the utility of data from prevention of mother-to-child transmission For more information, contact: World Health Organization Department of HIV/AIDS Avenue Appia 20 1211 Geneva 27 Switzerland E-mail: hiv-aids@who.int www.who.int/hiv UNAIDS/WHO Working Group on Global HIV/AIDS and STI Surveillance Guidelines for assessing the utility of data from prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) programmes for HIV sentinel surveillance among pregnant women ISBN 978 92 4

2013 World Health Organisation HIV Guidelines

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