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Successful treatment of Candida parapsilosis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection using medical and surgical management in an injecting drug user with mitral and aortic valve endocarditis: a case report
Document introduction of content: Definitions, epidemiology, etiology, pathophysiology, medical and surgical management, other forms of diverticular disease, global aspects, references, useful web sites, WGO Practice Guidelines Committee members who contributed to this guideline.
The Pocket Guide for Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery is written for
dermatology residents and clerkship students. It contains up-todate
and easily accessible medical and surgical information.
It is a quick reference on a wide range of dermatologic diseases
including concise clinical information on diagnostic features, lab
findings and practical management as well as key surgical anatomy
and pearls on lasers, basic science and pharmacology. Also included
are notable dermatologic/dermpath mnemonics and a comprehensive
quick reference of cutaneous disease and syndrome associations....
Research has suggested a link between nutritional deficiencies in early (including prenatal)
life, and the development of chronic diseases—cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus,
hypertension, stroke, cancer, and osteoporosis, among others—some decades later (World
Health Organization 2000a, 2000b; Jacoby 2004). A possible link between early nutritional
deficiencies and obesity has also been suggested, and it remains an area of ongoing research
(Pan American Health Organization 2003).
The field of movement disorders is relatively broad, encompassing disorders of increased
movement, such as tremors, dystonia, and tics, to disorders characterized by a
paucity of movement, such as Parkinson’s disease. Our understanding of the pathogenic
mechanisms and our treatment options are expanding at a rapid pace. This expansion
ranges from the medical and surgical advances in treating Parkinson’s disease to the flood
of genetic abnormalities that have now been found to cause various movement disorders.
Living arrangements, particularly overcrowded
conditions and a lack of privacy, have been
associated with conflict within families. Although
abuse can occur when the abuser and the older
person suffering abuse live apart, the older person is
more at risk when living with the caregiver.
The early theories on the subject also sought to
associate dependency with increased risk of abuse.
Entries for medical test and surgical procedures follow a consistent format, covering definition; purpose; demographic information; diagnosis/preparation; aftercare; risks; morbidity and mortality rates; alternatives; and more.
An obstetrician/gynecologist possesses specialized knowledge, skills, and
professional capability in the medical and surgical care of the female
reproductive system and associated disorders. To become certified by ABOG
requires four years of training, plus two years in clinical practice and
passage of both written and oral examinations before certification is
complete. Specialists in reproductive medicine usually undergo training in
obstetrics and gynecology, followed by training in reproductive
endocrinology and infertility, or in urology followed by training in
The "Gale encyclopedia of surgery and medical test" provides in-depth coverage of approximately 450 surgical procedures, medical tests and related topics, such as anesthetics, common lab test and procedures, medications and postoperative care.
With international funding, Dr.
Mocumbi has already seen national lead-
ership in pockets of Africa come together
to refine strategies to improve health, and
with local ingenuity, he avers, much more
is possible. For example, an effort to train
non–physicians to deliver care has the
potential, Dr. Mocumbi believes, to help
plug a gaping and deleterious hole in
human resources capacity.
Globalization is taking hold of all sectors of society. Not surprisingly, many residency
applicants are interested in global health training opportunities during their graduate
medical education. Meanwhile, residency programs grapple with the challenges of
establishing and expanding global health programming. The past decade has witnessed a
rise in number of non-profit organizations dedicated to global health exposure for future
physicians. Child and Family Health International, Doctors for Global Health, and
Community for Children are a few examples.
In Germany, the cheque has never become as important as it has in many other countries of the
western world. In terms of numbers it accounts for a mere 1.3% of all cashless transactions, in terms
of value just 2.7%. It is used for only 0.1% of all payments at retailers. On account of the increase in
more efficient debit card payments, the importance of the cheque is steadily decreasing. A further
decline in cheque payments in retail business can be expected as the eurocheque guarantee ceased
at the end of the year 2001. Although the number and value of...
Business-to-business (B2B) and Business-to-Customer (B2C) approaches have been
considered to be sound practices in the application of ICT (Information and Communication
Technology) in commerce and industry.
In the medical and care arena, these concepts have not yet been common practice.
But with the enormous explosion of heterogeneous information modalities in health
care, the need for applying such concepts is essential.
A widely cited application of sensor networks is event-
detection, where a large network of nodes is used to iden-
tify regions or resources that are experiencing some phe-
nomenon of particular concern to the user.
The aforementioned water scarcity problems, water quality problems, and climate-related
impacts will be a major challenge to businesses in the years ahead. It is increasingly clear
that the era of cheap and easy access to water is ending, posing a potentially greater threat
to businesses than the loss of any other natural resource, including fossil fuel resources.
This is because there are various alternatives for oil, but for many industrial processes, and
for human survival itself, there is no substitute for water.
The lack of product quality and consistency and the absence of
compelling data on the safety and efficacy of most CAM and
TM approaches present major challenges to any effort to opti-
mize the distribution of precious health resources. These diffi-
culties also pose opportunities for research. Other formidable
challenges include the variability in training, credentialing, and
licensing CAM and TM practitioners. Increasingly, efforts are
being made in several countries to regulate both products and
An inspection of Panel A reveals that all seven stock indexes display the same
lunar-cycle pattern found in U.S. returns. Mean daily returns around new moon dates are
always higher than returns around full moon dates, and the difference is usually
considerable. However, due to the relatively short time-series of observations, the t-
statistics for most individual countries are insignificant, with only the Frankfurt and the
Toronto results approaching significance at conventional levels (t-statistics of 1.75 and
Epidemiology 101 should use examples not limited to traditional health and medicine, again as
recommended by LEAP learning outcomes and principles of excellence. Cause and effect might
be illustrated by examples from biology or economics. Quantitative decision-making may use
examples ranging from forensics to environmental monitoring. The specific examples are less
important than the emphasis on illustrations reinforcing the broad applicability of epidemiology
from basic science to public policy....