Donation practices

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  • The welfare of the donor, and the potential for harm and exploitation within donation practices, should be a key determining factor when considering the ethical acceptability of any system for encouraging people to come forward as donors. While proper consent procedures, underpinned by sufficient information, are clearly essential in order to protect those coming forward as living donors, consent alone may not be sufficient to justify particular donation practices if such practices might put other potential donors, or wider communal values, at risk.

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  • The results from the library database searches (13 158 hits), the Internet search and key informant surveys were reduced to a review of 982 reports of which 500 were selected for critical appraisal. In total 158 articles, representing 147 pro- grammes, were included for further analysis. The majority of reports were included based on high appraisal scores in programme development and evalua- tion with limited numbers eligible based on scores in other categories of appraisal.

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  • This is the full version of NICE clinical guideline 117. It contains details of the methods and evidence used to develop the guideline. It updates and replaces the full version of ‘Tuberculosis: clinical diagnosis and management of tuberculosis, and measures for its prevention and control’ that was developed by the National Collaborating Centre for Chronic Conditions and published by the Royal College of Physicians in March 2006. The updated recommendations have been developed by the Centre for Clinical Practice at NICE following the NICE short clinical guideline process....

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  • This multiple-case study focuses on the practices and functions of customer reference marketing, and on the ways through which customer references can be deployed as marketing assets. The research is based on multiple-case-study methodology and the empirical findings were derived from an in-depth analysis of 38 semi-structured personal interviews with managers in four case companies operating in the fields of process and information technology.

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  • The goal of the National Drug Policy is to provide right drugs to the right patients in the right quantity at the right time and affordable prices. The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOH&SW) has been making effort to achieve this goal through various ways including receiving donations from various donors during emergency situation or as development aid. Unfortunately, there have been no official guidelines to assist the donors and recipients on Good Donation Practices.

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  • Some countries face challenges to get agreement on new policies or laws that reflect integrated approaches to water management (Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Namibia, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Cameroon, Antigua and Barbuda) or have adopted new water laws that remain fettered by vested interests (Mexico). Yet others, even with complex federal/ state structures have managed to agree and implement sweeping reforms (Brazil, Australia).

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  • As a prologue to these activities, the Research and Evaluation Division of BRAC (www.bracresearch.org) has carried out a review of the existing MNCH programmes in Bangladesh undertaken by the government, NGOs and private sectors to identify best practices and the factors behind successes and failures, thereby pinpointing gaps and challenges. This provides an evidence base to develop informed intervention components, approaches and strategies for the MNCH initiatives in the country and endow with directions for future advocacy efforts.

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  • Sharpness of vision (visual acuity) gradually declines and eventually bifocals are need. One may be less able to tolerate glare, and may have more trouble adapting to darkness or bright light. The fluid inside eye may change. Small particles can create "floaters" in the vision not a dangerous condition. However if someone suddenly develop floaters or have a rapid increase in the number of them, she should have checked her eyes by a professional.

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  • Blood transfusion is a field where there has been, and continue to be, significant advances in science, technology and most particularly governance. The aim of this book is to provide students of allied medical sciences, medicine and transfusion practitioners with a comprehensive overview of both the scientific and managerial aspects of blood transfusion. The book is intended to equip biomedical, clinical and allied medical professionals with practical tools to allow for an informed practice in the field of blood transfusion management....

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  • The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) is an affiliate of ASRM. Its membership includes more than 90% of American fertility clinics. SART has strict membership requirements. As a condition of membership, clinics must report their outcomes to the CDC as well as to SART, have accredited embryology laboratories, adhere to the Ethics and Practice Committee guidelines of ASRM, and have appropriately trained staff. Failure to adhere to these criteria can result in revocation of membership.

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  • Bollywood heroines have mostly been homely, content to stay happily ever after in the institution of marriage even if educated and keen to carve and identity of one‟s own. Where are the women building careers and working professionally? They have been almost silenced.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: Pro/con debate: In patients who are potential candidates for organ donation after cardiac death, starting medications and/or interventions for the sole purpose of making the organs more viable is an acceptable practice...

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  • Drawing upon the MDG experience, this session offers an opportunity to reflect on how to put the empowerment of women and girls and the protection of their rights at the centre of a future global agenda. Two related questions in this regard are how gender equality could be strengthened by (a) modifying and broadening the indicators for MDG3 and (b) by focusing on gender equality as a theme across the new development agenda. Many seem to propose a two-pronged approach of mainstreaming and a standalone target for gender equality. ...

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  • Female infertility is most often caused by problems with ovulation (40%) or fallopian tubes (40%). Other possible causes include endometriosis, in which the uterine lining grows outside the uterus, premature ovarian failure, in which a woman’s ovaries stop functioning before she reaches the age of forty, and uterine fibroids. Women who were exposed in the womb to diethylstilbestrol (DES), a synthetic estrogen prescribed to women from 1938-1971, have had an increased risk of infertility. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) also play a major role in infertility.

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  • In general, libraries play an important role in how the elderly seek information. Information literacy efforts on the part of public libraries may help the elderly to learn to become more comfortable with the Internet. If they come to view the Internet as an information-seeking tool, they may become more proactive in their medical decision-making. It remains to be seen how libraries will play a future role in teaching information literacy to the elderly so they can make the most of Internet health resources.

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  • A distinguishing feature of the water quality problem is that environmental damages— that is, the costs to society of pollution—are highly dependent on the location of pollution sources in the hydrological, social, and economic landscape. First, the demand for water quality varies from location to location. Some waterbodies are envisioned as pristine, where recreation and species support is the overriding concern.

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  • The 20th century saw rapid technological change that enhanced productivity, created new industries, and increased demand for skilled labor. 1 The core of our economy shifted first from agriculture to manufacturing and then from manufacturing to services. 2 In recent decades, increasing specialization and trade have blurred the lines between the domestic and global economies. In many industries, globalization has increased competition for jobs as workers around the world participate in the constant flow of goods, services and information.

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  • This study utilized the methodology from Ray and col- leagues to estimate the per-day cost attributable to adhesiolysis [2]. Cost per day was estimated by dividing the total cost of adhesiolysis-related hospitalizations divided by the total number of adhesiolysis-related inpa- tient days. The total inpatient expenditures attributable to adhesiolysis were estimated by multiplying the esti- mated cost per day attributable to adhesiolysis by the number of days attributed to adhesiolysis.

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  • A complete screening medical examination for tuberculosis consists of a medical history, physical examination, chest radiography (CXR, when required), determination of immune response to Mycobacterium tuberculosis antigens (i.e., tuberculin skin testing [TST] or interferon gamma release assay [IGRA], when required), and sputum testing for M. tuberculosis (when required, Figures 1 and 2). Applicants ≥15 years of age require a medical history, physical examination, and CXR.

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