Fetal health

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  • A comprehensive review essential for those preparing to take the midwifery (AMBC) or women’s health nurse practitioner certification (NCC) examinations. The Midwifery & Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide was developed for both of these nursing specialties because of the many commonalities they share that enhance the delivery of care to women during their life span.

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  • This book is about what we consider the essentials of human nutrition. The science of human nutrition deals with all the effects on people of any component found in food. This starts with the physiological and biochemical processes involved in nourishment—how substances in food provide energy or are converted into body tissues, and the diseases that result from insufficiency or excess of essential nutrients (malnutrition). The role of food components in the development of chronic degenerative disease like coronary heart disease, cancers, dental caries, etc.

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  • During the last decades, global organizations and women’s rights advocates have called on governments to recognise the multiple determinants of women’s health, and there has been a growing consensus about the need to integrate and widen health services to respond to a broad variety of problems affecting them.

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  • There is a commonly held myth in our society that anything that is “natural” is good, wholesome, and healthful, whereas anything that is “synthetic” is bad, toxic, and harmful. The mere mention of the word chemical is enough to strike terror into the heart of any food faddist. This attitude is, at best, naïve and, at worst, dangerous.

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  • In 2000, the WHO Regional Committee for Europe requested the Regional Director, in resolution EUR/RC50/R8, to take action to help fulfil WHO’s role in implementing its first food and nutrition action plan for the WHO European Region. This included presenting Member States with a review of the scientific evidence needed to develop integrated and comprehensive national food and nutrition policies.

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  • This book is the long-anticipated sequel to the first edition of Psychological Aspects of Women’s Health Care written almost a decade ago. In this edition, the authors continue the tradition of writing and speaking plainly about the fascinating, and at times baffling, relationships between women patients and their obstetrician and gynecologist physicians. As the authors note, the field has changed dramatically since the first volume was published.

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  • To bring more attention to gendered aspects of women’s working conditions and health, the Department of Gender, Women and Health (GWH) organized, together with the Occupational and Environmental Health Programme (OEH) within the Department of Public Health and Environment (PHE), a WHO Symposium, entitled “Gender and Work- related Health Issues: Moving the Agenda Forward” at the Women, Work and Health Conference, held June 2-5, 2002, in Stockholm, Sweden.

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  • Providers should be aware of the relationship between infections that may be already present and the risk of iatrogenic infection. For example, clients should be checked for endogenous or sexually transmitted infections before insertions of the IUD to avoid bacteria being pushed into the uterus. Alternatively, women selecting the IUD should be encouraged to choose a different form of contraception if they consider themselves at risk of exposure to an STI.

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  • The National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) published Report No. 48, Radiation Protection for Medical and Allied Health Personnel in 1976. Many changes in medical practice and procedures involving ionizing radiation have occurred in the intervening 13 years. As a result, the Council determined to prepare this new report to supersede NCRP Report No. 48. The primary objective of this new report is to update the material to include new radiation sources used in medicine.

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  • this document is the result of a collaborative process between the Health authorities in Somalia and the UN agencies – UNFPa, WHo and UNiceF, to define the way ahead for reproductive Health in Somalia. the process was assisted with finance and support by DFiD and the ec. We would like to acknowledge the contributions of the 2 key consultant authors Dr ingvil Sorbye and Dr Bailah leigh.

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  • This little book will aid you in answering that troublesome question. The recipes are carefully selected and we hope you will find them helpful. More important to you than the question of food is that of health. Therefore, in this book we show you many letters from women who have received great benefit by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. You have heard of this splendid medicine, for it has been used by women for nearly fifty years. It is a Woman's Medicine for Women's Ailments.

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  • In October 2009, the Institute of Health Economics ( IHE ) staged a consensus development conference to address key questions about the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder ( FASD ). Experts in the fi eld presented scientifi c evidence to a “ jury ” about prevention and the social determinants that may induce drinking during pregnancy, the importance of diagnosis, the impact of FASD across a person ’ s lifespan, and the community supports needed for those living with FASD, as well as their families.

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  • The three year term of the strategy is too short to measure significant changes in nutritional status and mortality as outcome indicators. Instead, the results matrix gives details of the output and outcome (impact) and activity (process) indicators and their source of verification against which effectiveness of the strategy will be measured. The progress made in the implementation of the strategy will be reviewed and updated on an annual basis.

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  • In Europe, an environmental policy for the protection of children’s health was established at the Third Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health in 1999. At the Fourth Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health in 2004, the Children's Environment and Health Action Plan for Europe was adopted and the member countries committed themselves to developing and implementing national environment and health action plans for children by 2007. In response to these developments, Denmark and Norway began national epidemiological research projects on child health.

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  • In 1902 hemispheric collaboration to deal with yellow fever led to the creation of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau (now called the Pan American Health Organization), which soon became a model for transnational information sharing and health promotion.

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  • Therefore, ex vivo expansion of BMSCs is required to obtain a sufficient number of transplantable cells. Since BMSCs require several kinds of supportive factors for their growth, it is standard practice to use fetal bovine serum (FBS), while autologous human serum (HS) and pooled allogeneic HS have also been used. It has been suggested that FBS may not be favorable for clinical applications due to the possible risk of contamination (prions, viruses, zoonosis) or immunological reactions against xenogeneic serum antigens (Agata et al., 2009).

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  • The root causes of the alarming health indicators in Afghanistan are poverty and the two decades of warfare that stalled economic and social progress and led to destruction of livelihoods and high levels of disability.

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  • Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is the most common known preventable cause of mental impairment. Babies with FAS have distinctive changes in their facial features and they may be born small. The brain damage that occurs with FAS can result in lifelong problems with learning, memory, attention, and problem solving. These alcohol-related changes in the brain may be present even in babies whose appearance and growth are not affected.

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  • Inadvertent fetal exposure to contraceptive hormones is common, with a USA study estimating that approximately 70 000 fetuses are exposed to oral contraceptives annually.23 Most of the data on fetal outcomes relate to COC. The CEU found no studies that specifically assessed exposure through quick starting contraception. Studies are often limited by their observational nature, potential confounding factors and small sample size. Reassuringly there have been no consistent findings of specific fetal abnormalities.

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  • Yet the shift towards health-systems strengthening and its support through the International Health Partnership (IHP+) and other related initiatives offer a framework within which SRH may be more broadly addressed. The support offered to ministries of health by the UNFPA and WHO country offices has been marked by greater collaboration and a stronger functional focus. This has been achieved through harmonization of activities in the United Nations Development Assistance Framework, and by practical engagement of technical working groups and similar structures for SRH.

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