Coeliac disease patients

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  • Therefore, this book tried to incorporate into its own matrix the crucial issues that are recent contributions to learning less frequent topics, with very promising therapy approaches. So the aim and the project was at the final the scope of the title “Allergic diseases - highlights in the clinic, mechanisms and treatment”, since it would not be possible to materialize a project that seeks to be a formal Medical Treaty covering the full breadth and complexity of allergy. Nevertheless, this book provides an accurate and current learning of many clinical issues....

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  • The quality and scientific preciseness of the authors coming from several countries, does much to give strength to the whole book, especially as it reflects local and regional realities that characterize the diversity of expression allergic. In fact, the etiology and clinical response of allergic patient is very different, depending on the location, habits, socio-economic conditions and even the specific interests of key lines of investigation developed that the authors have incorporated into the chapters, but always guided by higher values of accuracy....

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  • It is clear that most retirement communities have some level of disaster plans that tend to be based on two driving forces. The first force driving the creation of plans is as a response to regulations or laws that exist in their area or state. These tend to be drills rather than the more valuable exercises that bring all of the involved parties together to discuss interactions during a disaster response. The second driving force is what history suggests to be the most likely disaster. Although important and valuable in creation of disaster plans, this approach neglects the changing natural...

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  • In 1930 Ferguson modified the technique and published his series of 280 patients who had prostate needle aspiration biopsy using an 18-gauge needle via the transperineal approach and was able to remove adequate tissue in 78 to 86% of his cases (Ferguson, 1930) (figure 6). The patient was placed in the lithotomy position and local anaesthetic was infiltrated just lateral to the median raphe 1cm anterior to the anus. The index finger of the left hand was introduced into the rectum guiding an 18 gauge needle introduced into the perineum taking care to avoid the rectum and urethra....

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  • Skilled Nursing Facility SNPs allow specialization in patients who are already institutionalized. Health centers may wish to explore partnering with such plans if their physicians are serving a significant number of nursing home residents or if they contract with or own nursing homes. Typically such plans can provide a more comprehensive and coordinated package of medical care to SNF residents than would be normally provided, thus saving on high cost care and, ideally, providing better quality of life for residents.

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  • Nigeria’s Leaders Prioritize Prevention The First Lady of Cross River State, Mrs. Obioma Liyel-Imoke, is a public health crusader who is profoundly dedicated to reducing child pneumonia deaths in Nigeria — the country with the highest child pneumonia burden in Africa. She created the Breath of Life health initiative that works within communities to promote pneumonia prevention. On World Pneumonia Day, Breath of Life, the First Lady and other dignitaries led an energetic advocacy walk to educate parents about child pneumonia in the local government area (LGA) of Bekwarra.

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  • The World Health Organization, for example, first developed the Expanded Programme on Immunization and subsequently the Programme for the Control of Diarrhoeal Diseases. UNICEF chose four specific interventions on which to focus: growth monitoring, oral rehydration therapy, breast- feeding promotion, and immunization, known by the acronym GOBI. It later added three more (food, family planning, and female education).

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  • Electrolyte and acid-base abnormalities are commonly seen in pediatric practice. Patientsmay present with nausea, vom- iting, diarrhea, decreased intake of fluids, irritability, leth- argy, weight loss, dry skin and mucus membranes, elevated pulse, seizures and coma. The most common cause of acid- base disorder in children is metabolic acidosis secondary to diarrheal dehydration; however, affected children may present with a very complex clinical picture, and treating physicians should be familiar with the intricacies of their diagnosis andmanagement.

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  • Information on long-term health consequences of unsafe abortion is scarce. The WHO estimates that about 20–30% of unsafe abortions result in reproductive tract infections and that about 20–40% of these result in upper-genital-tract infection and infertility. An estimated 2% of women of reproductive age are infertile as a result of unsafe abortion, and 5% have chronic infections. 6 Unsafe abortion could also increase the long-term risk of ectopic pregnancy, premature delivery, and spontaneous abortion in subsequent pregnancies.

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  • In general, the best beers at a competition should be assigned scores in the 40+ range, with real evaluations of the beer identifying some characteristics of the beer that make it non-perfect. A beer receiving a perfect score of 50 must indeed be perfect; it must have absolutely no flaws, exemplify the style as well as or better than the best commercial examples, be perfectly brewery-fresh, and be well- handled and presented. These conditions might not all be under the brewer’s control, so achieving a perfect beer at the point of presentation to judges is extremely rare. ...

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  • Asmentioned in the introduction, the information associatedwith an event is represented by a data structure called a notification.We refer to the datamodel or encoding schema of notifications as the event notification model or simply event model. Most existing event notification services adopt a simple record- like structure for notifications, while some more recent frameworks define an object-oriented model (e.g., the Java™ Distributed Event Specification [Sun Microsystems 1998] and the CORBA Notification Service [Object Management Group 1998b]).

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  • When surveyed, Americans consistently support guaranteeing health insurance for more people. Options for reforming the current health insurance system and decreasing the number of uninsured continue to be debated. Most proposals recognize that in order to make health insurance affordable for the majority of the uninsured, premiums will need to be subsidized for the lowest income groups. However, rising health care costs and fiscal constraints to expanding public coverage, pose a significant challenge for reform.

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  • A Gallup study of over 250,000 sales people and 25,000 sales managers supports our internal findings that the highest performers use a variety of sales approaches and styles. Even within the same company, many different sales approaches are used by these top performers. In fact, if all the top performers were forced to use a single sales style, many of them would cease to be top producers, would get frustrated and quit. Gallup’s conclusion: No one style is best. Gallup’s study supports our consistent findings: The bank must be flexible enough to allow people to...

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  • In recent years, there have been noticeable shifts in the age of onset of symptoms and in the clinical presentation of CD, changes that seem to be associated with a delayed introduction of gluten coupled with its reduced amount in the complications in the diet. Another controversial topic concerns the complications of untreated CD.

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  • A technique that carried less risk and could be performed as an office procedure was the method of needle biopsy of the prostate through the perineum. The first description came in 1922 from Barringer who adopted Martin and Ellis’ technique of needle puncture for acquiring tissue for histological analysis (Barringer, 1922). He described the use of a screw tip needle to obtain a perineal punch biopsy and was successful in obtaining prostatic tissue in 16 out of 33 patients.

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  • The Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 (MMA) authorized the development of several new types of health plans for the elderly. The new Special Needs Plans (SNPs) are of particular relevance to the disabled elderly population. MMA allowed for three types of Special Need Plans, one aimed at residents of SNFs, a second aimed at dual Medicare and Medicaid eligible individuals, and a third aimed at patients with one or more chronic disease problems. To date, most SNPs have targeted the dually eligible but all three could be relevant to health centers serving the disabled elderly.

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  • In a world of 6 billion inhabitants, international migration seems insignificant as it comes to represent about three per cent of the world. Most migration, in fact is internal—rural to rural, rural to urban—and international migration in many cases follows a sequence of stages, from rural to urban, then to the international sphere. However, international migration takes on greater relevance because of the significant volume of remittances worldwide. To many, remittances have become a stable source of finances (Ratha, 2003, Sørensen, 2002).

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  • Historically, the Ontario Medical Association (OMA) has taken a strong stand advocating reductions in air pollution in Ontario as an essential means to improve public health. Beginning in 1967, the Ontario Medical Association Council endorsed a program of air pollution control in Ontario which included the establishment of monitoring stations and regulation of emissions from industry and vehicular traffic (15). Shortly thereafter, the government enacted the Air Pollution Control Act encompassing a number of the recommendations from the OMA.

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  • Today, the marketplace is significantly different. Globalization and enhanced production capabilities have completely inversed the supply demand equation. Consumers are inundated with choices and improved technological capabilities allow high levels of customization. Businesses faced with this market dynamic are recognizing that consumers expect a high level of personalization and service. Gone are the days in which a business could adopt a customer acquisition strategy. Today, the focus is clearly on customer retention.

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  • This report sets out the current state of knowledge on the economics of creativity and design and their role in driving business performance and productivity. It was commissioned by the Chancellor in his 2005 Budget. The Department of Trade and Industry undertook to carry out a study into the 'value and productivity impact of creativity and design in businesses, helping firms to identify how creativity can improve their performance'. At the same time, Sir George Cox was asked to review how best to support and develop the creativity of small and medium sized enterprises in the UK....

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