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Over 36 million Americans Suffer from Hearing Loss!

Over 36 million Americans Suffer from Hearing Loss!

Over 36 million Americans Suffer from Hearing Loss!. That is over 4 times the amount of people living in New York City!. Over 21 million are between the ages of 18 and 64. Over 5 million American children and young adults under the age of 18 suffer from Noise-Induced Hearing Loss.

By salena
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Diagnostic Tests

Diagnostic Tests

Diagnostic Tests. SHUROUQ QADOSE. Diagnostic and laboratory Tests: Are tools that provide information about the client, also run to find the cause of disease or discomfort; tests used to make a diagnosis. Purpose of diagnostic tests: Help to confirm a diagnosis Monitor an illness

By Leo
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Newborn Screening: Ontario’s Expanded Screening Program

Newborn Screening: Ontario’s Expanded Screening Program

Newborn Screening: Ontario’s Expanded Screening Program. Prepared by: June C Carroll MD, CCFP, FCFP Sydney G. Frankfort Chair in Family Medicine Mount Sinai Hospital , University of Toronto Andrea Rideout MS, CGC, CCGC Certified Genetic Counsellor

By Patman
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Screening and its Useful Tools

Screening and its Useful Tools

South Asian Cardiovascular Research Methodology Workshop. Basic Epidemiology. Screening and its Useful Tools. Thomas Songer, PhD. Screening. The early detection of disease precursors of disease susceptibility to disease in individuals who do not show any signs of disease. Goel.

By eli
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Coagulation Time of whole blood

Coagulation Time of whole blood

Coagulation Time of whole blood . Coagulation Time ( Clotting Time) CT. Clotting time was used as a screening test to measure all stages in the intrinsic coagulation system and to monitor heparin therapy .

By aron
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Problem cannabis use: what is it and how to assess it?

Problem cannabis use: what is it and how to assess it?

Problem cannabis use: what is it and how to assess it?. François Beck National Institute for Prevention and Health Education (INPES).

By deo
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HYPOGLYCAEMIA IN INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD Practical advice

HYPOGLYCAEMIA IN INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD Practical advice

HYPOGLYCAEMIA IN INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD Practical advice. J V Leonard UCL Institute of Child Health, London. IMPORTANCE OF HYPOGLYCAEMIA. 1. Acute illness 2. Long term complications – mental retardation 3. Genetic implications. HYPOGLYCAEMIA. ‘STANDARD’ DEFINITION.

By livi
(224 views)

Diabetes Prevention in General Practice

Diabetes Prevention in General Practice

Diabetes Prevention in General Practice. Diabetes Prevention. Diabetes is a serious problem…. Diabetes is Australia’s fastest growing chronic disease. Currently, almost one in four Australian adults have diabetes or are at risk of developing diabetes.

By arawn
(280 views)

Objectives

Objectives

Objectives. ❖ To define screening/prevention and its uses in family practice ❖ To understand the criteria for screening tests ❖ To identify screening types and examples of targeted people for each type

By alyn
(197 views)

Gestational Diabetes : Overview of Epidemiology and Risk for Future Glucose Intolerance

Gestational Diabetes : Overview of Epidemiology and Risk for Future Glucose Intolerance

Gestational Diabetes : Overview of Epidemiology and Risk for Future Glucose Intolerance. Catherine Kim, M.D. M.P.H. Atlanta, December 8, 2006. Objectives. Definition of gestational diabetes (GDM) Current recommendations for screening for GDM Trends in incidence

By seda
(273 views)

Prenatal Risk Profiles

Prenatal Risk Profiles

Prenatal Risk Profiles. Joseph Breuner, MD 5/6/03. Goal. Competence in screening your prenatal patients for down syndrome (DS). Objectives. 1. Understand the testing strategy 2. Counsel your patients right the first time 3. Understand the results. Understand the testing strategy.

By mariah
(242 views)

Rh Incompatibility

Rh Incompatibility

Rh Incompatibility. Patraporn Kinorn. Background . The Rh factor (ie, rhesus factor) is an red blood cell surface antigen that was named after the monkeys in which it was first discovered. .

By lynton
(8685 views)

CERVICAL CANCER...

CERVICAL CANCER...

CERVICAL CANCER. Diagnosis & Treatment. CERVICAL CANCER. The most common malignancy in gynecological oncology Incidence: 7.8/100,000 Mortality: 2.7/100,000 Diagnosis: biopsy Main modality of treatment: surgery and radiation Goal of treatment: cure, except stage 4b . Special Case.

By leander
(564 views)

Managing Breast Abnormalities in the Primary Care Practice

Managing Breast Abnormalities in the Primary Care Practice

Managing Breast Abnormalities in the Primary Care Practice. Benjamin D. Li, MD, FACS Charles Knight Sr. Professor and Vice Chairman Department of Surgery Chief, Surgical Oncology LSUHSC-Shreveport and the Feist-Weiller Cancer Center. Outline - 1. Clinical presentations of breast disease

By thalassa
(282 views)

GENETIC TESTING :

GENETIC TESTING :

GENETIC TESTING :. EXAMPLES OF GENETIC TESTING :. PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS HETEROZYGOTE CARRIER DETECTION PRESYMPTOMATIC DIAGNOSIS OF GENETIC DISEASE. The analysis of chromosomes, DNA, RNA @ proteins To detect abnormalities that may cause a genetic disease. SCREENING TESTS.

By brandy
(408 views)

Cervical Cancer Screening Assessment in Romania- Problems, Present, Future

Cervical Cancer Screening Assessment in Romania- Problems, Present, Future

Cervical Cancer Screening Assessment in Romania- Problems, Present, Future. Iuliana Apostol, MD Dr Victor Babes Foundation, Bucharest, Romania. Epidemiological Data. Epidemiological Data. National Epidemiological Data Source: CCSS. National Epidemiological Data Source: CCSS.

By tillie
(167 views)

G6PD deficiency in Hong Kong: diversity and clinical relevance

G6PD deficiency in Hong Kong: diversity and clinical relevance

G6PD deficiency in Hong Kong: diversity and clinical relevance. Dr Edmond S K Ma Division of Haematology Department of Pathology The University of Hong Kong. Acknowledgements. Dr Veronica Lam Department of Biochemistry HKU Dr W Y Au Department of Medicine QMH. Metabolic role of G6PD.

By iolani
(397 views)

Clinical Biostatistics 1

Clinical Biostatistics 1

Clinical Biostatistics 1. Study Designs. Observational studies Descriptive or case series Case-control studies (retrospective) Cause and incidence of disease Identification of risk factors Cross sectional studies, surveys (prevalence) Disease description Diagnosis and staging

By cinderella
(483 views)

Genetics and Primary Care

Genetics and Primary Care

Genetics and Primary Care. What’s New in Maternal Serum Screening?. Outline. Maternal serum screening and ultrasound Standard 2 nd trimester maternal marker screening 1 st trimester marker screening 1 st trimester ultrasound screening Integrated Screening

By miya
(174 views)

Substance Misuse & Deployments Lt Col Jay Stone, Ph.D. Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health &

Substance Misuse & Deployments Lt Col Jay Stone, Ph.D. Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health &

Substance Misuse & Deployments Lt Col Jay Stone, Ph.D. Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health & Traumatic Brain Injury 29 April 2009. DoD Policy on Substance Abuse DoDI 1010.4.

By mindy
(166 views)

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