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Archive for November, 2013

A Regular Check Up


Date: November 30th, 2013

Why should people only learn about the status of their medical records when they really need urgent medical attention? It is good to note that a pool of data will always have errors and it is up to every one of us to check this vital data and make sure that everything is well.

Examination with Medicare


Date: November 29th, 2013

Legislators against Medicaid Are Enemies of LifePatients who depend on community health centers are at a great risk if the standoff of the legislators continues. Every United States citizen is entitled to better healthcare, and this can only be achieved if Medicaid bill is passed. Local clinics are always stretched in terms of service provision,

Psychology and Morgellons Disease


Date: November 28th, 2013

The Mystery That Is Morgellons DiseaseMorgellons is a new name to most of us, and most people get surprised when they learn that it is a kind of a disease. Many people, because of its bizarre nature do not know it and it is not common. It is very rare to get a victim of Morgellons disease.

How Susceptible Is Medicine Degree?


Date: November 27th, 2013

Soon Doctor of Medicine Degree Might Be DisplacedA patient of mine once suggested that we give him an antibiotic prescription so that it can lower the risk of getting a heart attack. I was treating him for a coronary artery disease and he backed his request with literature that did show that he very well knew the benefits of aspirin.

Understanding Medical Terms


Date: November 26th, 2013

Simple Naming Will Make Treatment and Exams EasierWhen someone talks of a muscle in the pelvis, it will be simple to understand and answer any question that is related to that. However, when the same question is posed and the words ‘obturator internus’ muscle replaces pelvic muscle, it will be very confusing and more so to a layperson.

Time-saving Health App


Date: November 25th, 2013

Instant Health Information on the Palms of the PatientsThe future technology in health sector

The advent of technology will change our lives to the better, but that is only if we implement fully. In the hospitality industry, for instance, a lot of time is lost when customers wait for waiters so that they can order for the food they want.

Better Communication with Patients


Date: November 24th, 2013

Medical Terms Can Be Confusing If Not Well ExplainedSome of the medics we have in our medical institutions use complicated terms when communicating to their patients, and in most of the times when they only need to pass simple information across.

Absurd Emergency Definition


Date: November 23rd, 2013

The New Programs Strengthens Patients' ProtectionThe new Medicaid programs have caused a crisis in various medical institutions, who are trying to balance the application of the programs and service provision. Budget crisis caused by the programs has given the directors a reason to alter their service provision standards to cut costs and reduce risks that come about because of the government’s failure to pay for the services rendered. The alteration is a risk to the health of the patients because.

Strep throat complications


Date: November 22nd, 2013

The mystery behind the death of MozartUnfortunately, two centuries later, it still remains a complete mystery as to what could have been the actual cause of the premature death of the Austrian composer, at age 35 in Dec. 1791. Many theories have been presented as people try to put up the pieces of his untimely death.

cardiac arrest survival


Date: November 21st, 2013

New CPR advancements attributed to cardiac arrest survival improvementThe researchers are not so sure of which reasons could be behind this improvement. However, they strongly suspect that this could have resulted from the way hospitals now treat cardiac arrest patients and also an improvement on how bystanders respond after a person collapses suddenly.  Published in Journal Circulation, the study found that the death rate in 2009 among hospitalized Americans who had suffered from cardiac arrest was slightly below 58 percent