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In England in 2006 more than 1 in 5 children measured in reception year (age 5), as a result of the National Childhood Measurement Programme were either overweight or obese (Dinsdale and Rutter, 2008). In year 6 (age 11), nearly 1 in 3 children measured were overweight or obese. As the population evolves and advances our reliance on convenience foods, technology, and transport has resulted in a negative energy balance. Children are consuming too many high fat/sugar energy dense food and drinks,...
As a paramedic attending a patient it is important that all presenting conditions, signs and symptoms are adequately assessed using the tools available to paramedics. Along with the assessment a thorough history must be obtained to identify the main presenting problem so appropriate management and treatment can be implemented. Main Presenting Problem 21 year old female with no PHx. Complaining of severe headache and exhibiting a rash over chest, arms and back. GCS = 13. Monitor = sinus...
'Cerebral Palsy' is a common neuro developmental disorder of childhood with prevalence is about 2 per 1000 births in industrial nations [Pameth et al, 1981] and 3 per 100 live births WHO - 1999]It is defined as "a permanent, non - progressive defect or lesion present at birth or shortly thereafter".Cerebral refers to brain and 'palsy' refers to lack of motor control. The child's co - ordination of movement is affected, making it difficult or impossible to practice and perfect skills...
The principle objective of our paper is to provide a better monitoring of patients located in remote nonclinical environments using Telemedicine. Telemedicine provides a clinical as well as informative support to the patient and also his well wishers about the present condition of him/her. The connectivity device is embedded with a chip which continuously checks the body level of the patient and when the patient has any major changes in his body level an alert message is sent to the well...
Above given is a case study of on lifestyle health intervention. It is main case study for the following essay. The essay can be a It shall be a critical analysis of intervention`s design, delivery and those evaluation methodologies, which were being utilized for data gathering or desired outcome measuring the specified study. for this study. A critical discussion (in the light of relevant theories) of activities during developmental phase to evaluation phase of a health intervention shall...
One of the viral infections that posed a serious threat to the entire globe in the mid-nineteenth century was poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis), and this plague was counteracted by the discovery of immunization (White & Fenner, 1994; Chin, 2000).When a susceptible individual is infected by the virus, the symptoms range from an inapparent or unclear infection without clinical manifestation to the following category of symptoms: Mild febrile illness; This is the typical form of the...
The human body is constituted of numerous organs that need to work together in order to maintain the good function of the organism. The endocrine system is one of the important systems of the human body that regulates the metabolism, homeostasis, development and reproduction by secreting hormones. These are released into the secreted extracellular fluids by endocrine cells or ductless glands and then reach target cells via the bloodstream. Insulin and glucagon are the main hormones secreted by...
Falls are common in older adults, as one third of home dwelling persons aged 70 years or older fall yearly and half of them experience falls recurrently (Luukinen et al., 2007b). Regardless of the causes from specific diseases, decreased physical activity and decline in physical performance (strength, balance, and mobility) predisposes aged people for falls (Nelson et al., 2004). Muscular weakness and loss of balance are major increase the risk of falls among elderly people (Tinetti &...
Methods: 42 patients with uncomplicated unilateral and/or bilateral varicosities involving the great saphenous system were included in this study. Patients with primary and/or recurrent varicose veins associated with active or healed ulcers, patients with bleeding diathesis and those who failed to sign the proforma for regular follow-ups were excluded from this study. Complete stripping of great saphenous vein up to the ankle, together with multiple phlebectomies was performed in all patients....
Treating entire populations with a combination of cheap cardioprotective medications in one pill (the Polypill) has been advocated as a potentially effective way of reducing the incidence of cardiovascular disease. Discuss the relative merits of this population-based approach, as compared with individualized treatment of cardiovascular risk factors.The allure of a one pill wonder, the "Polypill", has long been sought after since Wald and Law's article in 2003 revolutionised the...