Herbal Research. Herbal medicine or Herbalism refers to using a plants seeds, berries, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers for medicinal purposes. It may also be a traditional medicinal or folk medicine practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. Herbalism is also known as botanical medicine, medical herbalism, herbology and phytotherapy or phytomedicine.. The scope of herbal medicine is sometimes extended to include fungal and bee products, as well as minerals, shells and certain animal parts. Despite the increased popularity of herbal treatments, the safety and effectiveness of alternative medicines have not been scientifically corroborated and remain largely unknown. Adulteration, inappropriate formulation, or lack of understanding of plant and drug interactions may lead to adverse reactions that can be sometimes life threatening or lethal. It is becoming more main stream as improvements in analysis and quality control along with advances in clinical research show the value of herbal ...
Ravindra Kumar1, Col. M. Sitaram2, K. Anusha3. 1 & 2 Professor, Department of General Medicine, Malla Reddy Medical College for Women, Hyderabad. 3Consultant Physician, Hope International Hospital, Kakinada. Corresponding Author:. Dr. Ravindra Kumar. Email: [email protected] Abstract:. Background: Patients with hypothyroidism present a morbid life. The quality of life is low. Under this scenario, understanding the clinical profile of these patients helps to modest their quality of life by the physician.. Objectives: To study the clinical profile of patients with hypothyroidism. Methods: A hospital based cross sectional study was carried out to study the clinical profile of patients with hypothyroidism. Institutional Ethics Committee permission was obtained and informed consent was taken from each and every patient. A pre tested, semi structured questionnaire was prepared and the data was collected. Detailed history, complete general examination was carried out. Data was entered and ...
Author:Asha Dattatraye Jadhav, Sushma S. Jadhav, Sudhir L. Padwal, Swapnil S. Jadhav, Rushikesh P. Deshpande. Keywords:Application form, Institutional Ethics Committee, Standard Operating Procedure.. Type:Original Article. Full PDF Abstract ...
With institutional ethics committee approval, all patients scheduled for primary isolated elective CABG at North West Armed Forces Hospital, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia, during the period from March 2004 to November 2005, were scrutinized for eligibility enrolment. Our exclusions criteria included patients who had combined procedure; redo surgery, bleeding diathesis (Haemophilia or platelet count , 100 × 109 L-1), renal failure (Creatinine , 160 mg/dl), known allergy to TA, recent (,7 days before surgery) intake of anti-platelets (e.g. Aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) or Heparin administration within 48 hours of operation.. Thirty eight patients met the requirements for inclusion, and informed consent was obtained from all of them. The patients were randomly allocated into one of the two groups. Group I (TA group) included 19 patients who received 1 gm of TA diluted in 100 ml normal saline. Group II (Placebo group) included 19 patients who received 100 ml normal saline as placebo. The ...
We included untreated patients with a definitive diagnosis of NCC according to the diagnostic criteria developed by Del Brutto et al.12 Patients between 18 and 70 years of age were consecutively recruited over a one year period from the clinical services of the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery at Mexico City (including outpatients and hospitalised patients from the neurology and psychiatry wards) after obtaining informed consent from the patients or their relatives. The institutional ethics committee revised and approved the protocol. Patients with other relevant neurological or medical conditions, as well as substance abusers, were excluded from the study.. We used the Mini-mental State Examination (MMSE)13 and the Neurobehavioral Cognitive Status Examination (COGNISTAT), a well validated test previously used in patients with neurological disorders to assess all the patients.14,15 Both tests were performed only if the patient was not in a postictal period. We also used the ...
We clinically phenotyped 282 patients of the previously reported study,1 with the assessors blinded to the previously reported HLA typing results. All patients belonged to the relatively homogeneous Irish population and had Irish parents. Their ethnic homogeneity and lack of cryptic relatedness were confirmed by single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) analysis in 260 of the cases (J. Bowes, University of Manchester, personal communication). All were previously genotyped for HLA-B and HLA-C alleles to at least four digits using sequence-based HLA typing as described.1 All fulfilled CASPAR criteria.11 The cohort consisted of subjects referred to a rheumatology department to confirm musculoskeletal disease.1 The cohort follow-up was a median of 19 years from the initial symptoms of PsA.. The study was approved by the institutional ethics committee, and following written informed consent, patients underwent a detailed assessment, including recording the number of tender and swollen joints using the 68 ...
Approval was granted by the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre Institutional Ethics committee to conduct this retrospective study. Criteria for inclusion of patient data in the study included a pathological confirmation of NSCLC and treatment with concurrent chemotherapy and radical or high dose palliative radiotherapy at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (East Melbourne campus). Exclusion criteria included previous thoracic RT, inconsistent radiation dose per fraction and hyper-fractionated radiation schedules. We also excluded patients with RT treatment interruptions ≥ 5 days, as mucosal recovery during the break may have confounded interpretation of the relationship between the oesophageal dose volume metrics and grade of oesophagitis.. Patient characteristics, treatment and toxicity data were extracted from paper and electronic medical records. Clinical data included the use of nasogastric (NG) or percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tube, systemic steroids, proton pump inhibitors (PPI) ...
BackgroundThe incidence of difficult intubation in patients undergoing general anaesthesia is estimated to be approximately 1-18% whereas that of failure to intubate is 0.05-0.35%.1,2,3 Various methods have been used for prediction of difficult laryngoscopy. Although, upper lip bite has been shown to be a promising test in its introductory article, repeated validation in various populations is required for any test to be accepted as a routine test. We have compared upper lip bite test (ULBT), modified Mallampati test (MMC) and thyromental distance (TMD) individually and in various combinations to verify which of these predictor tests are significantly associated with difficult glottic exposure.MethodsAfter obtaining institutional ethics committee approval, 402 ASA I and II adult patients undergoing elective surgical procedures requiring endotracheal intubation were included. All the three test were performed in all the patients preoperatively and their glottic exposure was recorded by ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Correlation of glycosylated hemoglobin levels with fasting and postprandial glucose in south Indian type 2 diabetic patients. AU - Haghighatpanah, Mohammad. AU - Thunga, Girish. AU - Khare, Sarvajeet. AU - Mallayasamy, Surulivelrajan. PY - 2016. Y1 - 2016. N2 - Objective: To assess the correlation of glycosylated hemoglobin levels with fasting and postprandial glucose in South Indian type 2 diabetic patients. Methods: This retrospective observational study was carried out as per the protocol approved by the institutional ethics committee (IEC) and case records of patients (≥ 40 y old) diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) and complications, that fasting blood sugar (FBS), postprandial blood sugar (PPBS) and HbA1c measured during previous follow-ups were included in the study. Statistical analyses were carried out using SPSS Ver. 20 and p ≤ 0. 05 were considered statistically significant. Results: Based on the study criteria, 633 case profiles were selected and ...
Background and Aim: Endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) enables complete, collective removal of gastrointestinal (GI) malignant tumors, but requires a long operation time. Air insufflated during ESD is distributed throughout the entire GI tract, and thus causes an enlarged feeling of the abdomen. We aimed to reduce the incidence of an enlarged feeling of the abdomen by wedging a balloon in the bulbus duodeni to reduce air flow into the lower parts of the GI tract.. Methods: Sixteen patients who were approved by the institutional ethics committee and provided consent to participate in this single-center, prospective study were divided into two groups using a sealed-envelope randomization method: ESD with a balloon wedged in the bulbus duodeni (the balloon [+] group) or conventional ESD with no balloon (the balloon [−] group). Total air volume in the entire GI tract and its change before and after ESD were measured objectively by 3-D computed tomography.. Results: In the balloon (+) group, ...
Methods: After taking institutional ethics committee approval, total n= 62 (33, 29) patients were enrolled. Patients were randomized and divided into two study groups (1-olopatadine, 2-epinastine). After prescribing the drug therapy (day 1), patients were asked to visit at 3,7,15 day and at 1month. At every visit, slit lamp examination was done. Changes in all sign/symptoms were recorded. For the statistical testing of the data Chi-square test is used to find the association of variable. Mann Whitney -u test is applied for the statistically analysing the two group ...
The study was a prospective non-randomized case series. Consecutive patients reporting to the hospital for cataract surgery without coexisting ocular or systemic co-morbidity and signing the informed consent form were included in the study that was cleared by the institutional ethics review board and followed the tenets of the Helsinki Declaration. The patients underwent routine pre and post-operative cataract evaluation and uneventful phacoemulsification using a standardized surgical technique. Incision location, size and architecture were standardized for all patients. Specific for this study was, pre-operative corneal biomechanics measured using a Scheimpflug device (CorVis ST) and Corneal Tomography (Pentacam; Oculus, Wetzlar, Germany) measured pre and 6 weeks post- operatively. The outcome measures of the study were surgically induced changes in corneal curvature, measured in terms of Coupling Ratio (CR) and Surgically Induced Astigmatism (SIA) calculated by vector analysis and its ...
Background: Lung contusion affects 17%-25% of adult blunt trauma patients, and is the leading cause of death from blunt thoracic injury. Statins are lipid-lowering drugs with recently suggested anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Cyclo-oxygenase-2 (COX-2) is a key enzyme in the production of prostaglandins (PG), and evidence suggests that COX-2 plays an important role in the pathogenesis of acute lung injury (ALI).. Aims: The current study aims at evaluating the beneficial effects of statins and COX-2 receptor inhibitors on ALI elicited by blunt trauma to the chest.. Methods: After approval by the institutional ethics and a scientific committee, and obtaining informed consent , patients admitted to the emergency department (ED) due to blunt trauma with a diagnosis of lung contusion will be enrolled in the study.The effects of statins and COX 2 inhibitors on ALI will be assessed by recording clinical parameters and measuring inflammatory mediators levels in the serum and in the ...
Selection of patients with congenital heart disease for surgical septation in biventricular repair or surgical palliation in functionally single ventricles requires low pulmonary vascular resistance (PVR). Where there is uncertainty, PVR can be assessed using hybrid cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) and fluoroscopic (X-Ray) guided cardiac catheterizations (XMR). CMR/XMR catheterization is a validated technique for accurate assessment of pulmonary vascular resistance. However, data concerning its application in clinical practice is lacking. PVR assessments were performed in 167 studies in 149 congenital heart disease patients by CMR/XMR catheterization. Data was collated on patient demographics, procedural data, complications and outcomes. Institutional ethics approval was obtained. Median age was 3.6 years (6 days - 67 years) and weight 13.8 kg (2.3 -122 kg). One hundred and eight studies were in biventricular circulations and 59 in functionally single ventricles. Median radiation dose was 0.72
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 WO IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA Pamela Balezos, et al., ) ) Plaintiffs, ) ) v. ) ) Cavalry Portfolio Services, LLC, et al., ) ) Defendants. ) _________________________________ ) No. CV-06-1952-PHX-SMM ORDER Pending before the Court is the parties Stipulation for Dismissal with Prejudice [Doc. No. 82]. After consideration of the parties Stipulation, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED GRANTING the parties Stipulation for Dismissal with Prejudice [Doc. 82]. This matter is dismissed with prejudice, each party to bear its own costs and attorneys fees incurred in connection with this case. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that any pending motions and hearings in this matter are hereby VACATED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Clerk of the Court shall close this case. DATED this 2nd day of September, 2008 ...
What the nurses could do is explain that their techniques are unproved and unendorsed by the hospital (if this is the case; hospitals vary), offering patients, in effect, the sort of supplemental treatment available outside the hospital. But this approach is not without risk. A therapy provided in the hospital by its staff carries a sense of official approval, no matter what disclaimers are offered. [Cohen is right -- both the nurses as individuals and the hospital as an organizational entity have ethical obligations to the patient. The perspectives of both parties -- nurses and hospital -- must be presented to the patient.] In any case, these nurses must alert their colleagues and hospital administrators about such things. Both groups need to know how patients are being treated if they are to do their jobs well. [Cohen believes, correctly, that a well-functioning hospital can be a big tent. Patients can be offered science-based "western" care and tradition-based alternative "eastern" care if ...
In high school and middle school, the teacher is an adult dealing with a classroom with 15 - 30 youngsters. Student reactions, of course, are likely to vary, so theres no way to guage the potential impact on every student in advance. But the most challenging aspect is the school setting itself. Even if the patient-physician dyad occurs in an organizational setting like a clinic or group practice, its primarily a two person relationship. By contrast, English class is just one piece of the students relationship with the school. And in the background, the students families properly regard themselves as having a central role in their childs education ...
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Numerous research reports show that social and emotional learning (SEL) can have a positive impact on students academic performance. Edutopias SEL research review explores those reports and helps make sense of the results.
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In addition to looking at absence data, which most organisations should possess, employers can look to audit the health of their workforce.. They can do this by benchmarking how employees health fares in regard to common health risk factors, including weight, blood pressure, cholesterol, exercise, smoking, sleep, diet, family history, age, gender and ethnicity.. The best way to benchmark common health risk factors is to engage with employees by surveying them on a regular basis to find out statistics such as blood pressure and BMI, and how well they are sleeping.. By carrying out this research, an organisation can start to gauge the overall health of its workforce and look for patterns. Having a barometer for employee health is also an important first step in reducing insurance costs around employee liability.. If an organisation can accurately tell an insurer what its risk profile is, the premiums will be more accurate and, in taking action to improve the health of its staff and demonstrate a ...
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This study presents a review of UK pregnancy research needs and priorities, comparing this to current research expenditure and setting the findings in the context of NHS costs related to pregnancy.
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A liquid organization can be created embracing some basic principles and putting them in action with the right enabling platform of tools and processes.. PLATFORM:. It is very important here to understand the term "platform" in its wider meaning. As said, it is a platform of tools and processes. A software platform is needed, and in Cocoon Projects we have our own and were continously developing it. It is necessary indeed, but not sufficent.. What well be describing can be initially implemented using different digital tools, even very basic ones like Google docs empowered with some Google scripting. But the model itself is first of all a platform to rethink, reconnect and develop the whole organisation processes, even becoming a hub for new ones within a brand new liquid structure.. That said, the platform for the open-governance of a liquid organization is composed of 4 pillars, as follows.. 1. Collaborative working board.. The entire organisation shares a common working board. It is a kanban ...
If youre worried about potential health problems with genetically modified crops, pay attention: A new paper published in Environmental Sciences Europe (h/t Institute for Responsible Technology reviews 19
Herd Health and Management Meat Processing Technologies May Help Block Toxoplasma Transmission Helping consumers reduce the risk of contracting toxoplasmosis from infected pork requires a multi-faceted approach that includes on-farm prevention ...
An informal news letter of all kinds of news and comments on the news. Specific intent is to track mergers and acquisitions at the highest levels in our world and the impact these have on individual rights. This blog was started to aid me keep track for my personal benefit. It evolved into a shared content with anyone interested.. ...
This review of the nursing literature aims to identify the factors with the greatest influence on turnover and absence of qualified nurses, possible common factors influencing both, and the relationship between absence and turnover. A hypothetical model grounded in the literature which depicts the expected relationships between these variables...
This study evaluated the nutrient digestibility of microbially converted soybean meal (MCSBM) and its suitability as a fishmeal replacement in early weaned pig diets.
Training in ultrasound techniques for intensive care medicine physicians should aim at achieving competencies in three main areas: (1) general critical care ultrasound (GCCUS), (2) "basic" critical care echocardiography (CCE), and (3) advanced CCE. A group of 29 experts representing the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) and 11 other critical care societies worldwide worked on a potential framework for organizing training adapted to each area of competence. This framework is mainly aimed at defining minimal requirements but is by no means rigid or restrictive: each training organization can be adapted according to resources available. There was 100% agreement among the participants that general critical care ultrasound and "basic" critical care echocardiography should be mandatory in the curriculum of intensive care unit (ICU) physicians. It is the role of each critical care society to support the implementation of training in GCCUS and basic CCE in its own country.. ...
When you want to do something well, you have to be able to measure where you are and where you are going. Research shows that technology investments in Healthcare organizations can be as much as 5% of their total operating expense, which means the pressure for HIT implementations to add value is greater than ever. The HIMSS Analytics EMR Adoption Model (EMRAM) provides a clear
Critically discuss how organisations can develop a human resource strategy". 8. Conclusion Developing a HR strategy is imperative for organisations in todays competitive business environment. The various approaches to HRM strategy outlined in the report are not always practical as in reality it is very difficult to have a one size fits all HR theory, and this means that there can never really be a one size fits all HR strategy. In reality when organisations are developing a HR strategy they will fit somewhere between the hard and soft approach. Another point is that contingencies need to be considered, as HR, strategies need to be contingent with the organisations subcultures. The following concepts need to be considered if the HR strategy an organisation adopts is to be effective * Different human resource practices should be coherent and complement each other. * There should be a fit between the coherent sets of human resource practices and other systems within the organisation. * ...
Patient experience is a key component of the measurement of the quality of care we deliver.1 Thus no individuals or organisations can know they are delivering high quality care without a full awareness and understanding of the experience of their patients-it would be like caring for a patient with a kidney transplant without knowing the creatinine concentration.. Unfortunately, doctors are known to be poor judges of their patients satisfaction and experience,2 3 4 and at an organisational level it is probably even worse. Acute trusts score a mean of just 0.68 out of 10 for how much they ask for the views of their patients.5 In effect, most doctors and NHS healthcare organisations are "flying blind" with respect to the experience of their patients-hardly a patient centric, or professional, way to deliver health care. Worse than that, it is not an effective or efficient way … ...
I discuss the optimal organization of sequential agency problems with contractible control actions under limited liability. In each of two stages, a risk-neutral agent can choose an unobservable effort level. A success in the first stage makes effort in the second stage more effective. Should one agent be in control in both stages (integration), or should different agents be in charge of the two actions (separation)? Both modes of organization can be explained on the basis of incentive considerations due to moral hazard, without resorting to commitment problems or ad hoc restrictions on the class of feasible contracts.
Most manufacturing companies dont systematically manage large data sets (i.e., big data) that they acquire from multiple sources. But this data contains knowledge that can help determine which answers are more likely to get the business outcomes manufacturers seek. Based on the findings of the IndustryWeek/SAS Leadership Study on Data and Decision Making, this report finds that by developing an organization data management and analysis strategy, organizations can use this knowledge at all levels of the organization to reach strategic goals. ...
Most manufacturing companies dont systematically manage large data sets (i.e., big data) that they acquire from multiple sources. But this data contains knowledge that can help determine which answers are more likely to get the business outcomes manufacturers seek. Based on the findings of the IndustryWeek/SAS Leadership Study on Data and Decision Making, this report finds that by developing an organization data management and analysis strategy, organizations can use this knowledge at all levels of the organization to reach strategic goals. ...
Today´s information society is constantly increasing the quantity of digital information that organisations have access to and depend on. Despite this dependency, few descriptions exist of the benefits which this digital information can provide the organisation with. Examples of what the organisation can use the information for include business intelligence or in a business process. The absence of such benefit descriptions results in missed opportunities in organisational management and a failure to cultivate the artefact. In terms of a practical operational work role, this means that the artefact just exists and that there are no decisions, communication and discussions connected to it. Earlier research about benefits in the Information Systems field is focused on describing the process of finding benefit factors from different IT investments and how these investments can be measured financially. The result of this was that it was only the measurable benefits that were taken into ...
The focus, as stated by NHS Digital, is to ensure that healthcare organisations can access and share their information in a reliable, efficient and flexible manner. However, it is also important that they can do this cost-effectively. Budgets are tightening but the trend is about spending wisely now to realise benefits in the medium-term. As well as sharing and pooling their IT resources and expertise, Trusts are looking to overhaul their IT systems, added Wilson. This is driving considerable demand for cloud and collaboration technologies. Weve also seen an increase in solution sales and a move towards mid-market reseller organisations. This channel is exceptionally innovative and has the flexibility and agility to solve complex challenges, and to turn on a dime. This is the main reason HSCN has opened up to the mid-market in the way it has. Many resellers in the mid-market have grown from doing one thing well. This has built up a solid reputation in the health sector marketplace in ...
There are many resources available online to help families and educators begin to understand how they can provide necessary services to individuals with disabilities. Jewish organizations both locally and nationally can help address questions and can often provide services that you may be seeking. Secular organizations can also be extremely helpful in learning the terminology and best practices associated with providing for individuals with disabilities. Click on the individual links to access each organization.. ...
Etsin is a research data finder that contains descriptive information - that is, metadata - on research datasets. In the service you can search and find data from various fields of research. A researcher, research group or organisation can use Etsin to publish information on their datasets and offer them for wider use. The metadata contained in Etsin makes it easy for anyone to discover the datasets. Etsin assigns a permanent URN identifier to datasets, making it possible to link to the dataset and gather merit through its publication and use. The metadata enables users to search for datasets and evaluate the potential for reuse. Etsin includes a description of the dataset, keywords and various dataset identifiers. The dataset information includes, for example, its subject, language, author, owner and how it is licensed for reuse. Good description of data plays an important role in its discoverability and visibility. Etsin encourages comprehensive descriptions by adapting a common set of ...
Launching your very own bounce home organisation can be a really frightening thing, which is why there are a great deal of individuals who leap at the concept of acquiring another persons existing company. The method they take a look at it theyll invest less cash to buy business due to the fact that it has actually currently been running for a time and your homes will be utilized (for that reason less expensive) and since they figure that there is currently a big group of individuals who understand business and who utilize them. However is acquiring somebody elses bounce home organisation truly a smart idea?. The Outcome. The concept of buying somebody elses service in fact sounds really attractive, as you do not need to stress over acquiring any brand name brand-new homes. Rather you merely need to buy business and youll get whatever that the previous owner had. You might likewise have the ability to broker an offer to obtain the transport that youll require too. That is something that ...
This white paper discusses how organizations can address the challenge of meeting audit and compliance regulations, whilst driving down costs and reducing risk. It outlines how Safestones Compliance Center for AIX solution efficiently collects raw data and refines it into easy-to-understand, actionable information. Download this white paper and discover how implementing this solution can help your organization to meet its security, audit and compliance requirements.. ...
Health, Safety, and Environmental Professionals can spend significant time trying to manage incidents and the incident reporting process. They know that they should investigate incidents and track near misses but this is often easier said than done. By involving the entire organization in near miss and incident reporting, organizations can manage the incident reporting process and prevent re-occurrences of costly incidents.
Over the past decade, IT teams have changed how they design and deploy data centers to help their organizations take advantage of virtualization and cloud computing. Now enterprise networks are going through a similar change. With Cisco DNA, organizations can now extend network services, like routing or security, to a diverse set of platforms across branch, campus, colocation centers and the public cloud. By decoupling hardware from software, Cisco DNA allows for greater speed and flexibility.. Cisco is building on the industry s broadest set of network virtualization solutions with innovations in two key areas:. ...
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