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Medical Transcription Service, At Low Cost, MedicoTips INC,

MEDICOTIPS, Inc. Provides an alternative for doctor’s offices, hospitals, and outpatient clinics’ transcription, dictation, EMR (electronic medical records) , internet security and continuous data protection in “One Simple Solution.” MEDICOTIPS, Inc. Medicotips, Inc. is a medical transcription service that was established by Dr. Adil Ramzan We have been providing transcription services for over 2 years. We realize that there is a great need for a QUALITY medical transcription service and now more than ever, one company that can offer you ONE SIMPLE SOLUTION! BENEFITS ... • No costly equipment or equipment maintenance! • No workspace required at your facility! • No paid vacation, holidays, or sick leave! • No faxes to figure or match!• No benefit package necessary such as the cost of health insurance, profit sharing, etc. • You pay for only what time is actually worked— not for idle time! • Reasonable rates, great turnaround time, QUALITY tra

Hypertension in Elderly - Causes and Management/Treatment

Hypertension in Elderly Management/Treatment Hypertension in the elderly is a common problem. An old patient may come to you with normal appearance and physical signs with slight symptoms of dizziness and the occasional headache. but when you check his blood pressure, you find that it is higher (for example, > 170 mm of Hg). Let’s take the following case as an example. “A 76-year-old man visits his physician with the problem of occasional mild headache with no other noticeable symptom; he came to see the doctor because his wife compelled him to do so. Past Medical History :   No history of heart disease, no stroke, no diabetes, no asthma, no TB. Medications : Not significant Allergies :   No known drug allergies Social History :   Business Man, smoked during his 20’s for 5 years, wine 2-3 times per week Family History :   Father died of MI, Mother died of Stroke, one brother with coronary artery disease and a sister with stroke and hypertension Exam Sitting:

Health System In Pakistan and Functions of a Hospital

Health System In Pakistan The Delivery of health care is done under four major sectors   1. Public sector   2. Private sector   3. Indigenous health system   4. Voluntary health agencies Public Sector ¨   Starting from lower level these are. •           BHU,RHC,s •           Tehsil headquarter •           District Headquarter •           Tertiary or teaching hospitals •           Some centres functioning are       - leprosy centre       - TB hospital       - maternity homes       - children Hospitals Private Sector: Different private Hospitals like         - RMI in Peshawar         - Northwest Hospital at Hayatabad         - Nursing homes         - General clinics etc Indigenous Health System Unani ways of treating miseries    - Homoeopathic clinics    - Unregistered quacks Functions Of Hospitals 1.  Curative Care        - Outpatient Services        -Filter clinics        - Inpatients services   2.  Preventive and promotive care.        - like immunization. Screening for common health

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You can publish your article on Health Encyclopedia. If you have written an article/interesting clinical case/health information/research paper etc., and you want to publish that article on this website then follow the following steps: 1. Send your article via email to the following email address   2. Each email should contain a single article 3. We will receive your article and it will be reviewed by our editorial board. 4. If your article meets our requirements it will be published and you will be notified. 5. If your article is rejected, you will be provided with the reasons for rejection of the article. 6. If your article is accepted, Your name will be Included along with the title of an article in the list of Contributors We appreciate your contribution. You may use this website as a reference of your publications in international forums Medicotips Team  

Primary Health Care In Pakistan- Approach-Implementation and Constrains

Primary Health Care ¨   It is the essential health care ¨   Based on practical, scientifically sound and socially acceptable methods and technology made universally accessible to individuals and families in the community through their full participation and at a cost that the community and a country can afford to maintain at every stage of their development in the spirit of self-determination. ¨   It is also called Al Mata declaration. Because the declaration came at Al Mata, a city of Kazakhstan,  in 1978  following an international conference. Concepts Of PHC •           PHC is for all, especially for the needy, so regardless of economic status every individuals should have access to good health care •           Service should be acceptable to the community and there must be active enrollment of the community. •           The health service must be effective, promotive, preventive and  curative. •           The service should form an integral part of the country he

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Polio-Risk Factors-Transmission-Symptoms-Treatment and Epidemic Countries

Polio : Polio is a crippling and potentially fatal infectious disease. There is no cure, but there are safe and effective vaccines. The strategy to eradicate polio is therefore based on preventing infection by immunizing every child until transmission stops and the world is polio-free. Polio (poliomyelitis) is a highly infectious disease caused by a virus. It invades the nervous system and can cause irreversible paralysis in a matter of hours. Who is at risk? Polio can strike at any age, but it mainly affects children under five years old Transmission: Polio is spread through person-to-person contact. When a child is infected with wild poliovirus, the virus enters the body through the mouth and multiplies in the intestine. It is then shed into the environment through the faeces where it can spread rapidly through a community, especially in situations of poor hygiene and sanitation. If a sufficient number of children are fully immunized against polio, the virus is unable t

Bannu Medical College Magazine Tender Notice

BANNU MEDICAL COLLEGE, BANNU TENDER Bannu Medical College, Bannu Sealed tenders are invited from sales tax and income tax registered well-reputed firms (printers/publishers) through Registered Post / Courier for printing of 850 copies ( consisting of 600 pages per copy approximately ) of Bannu Medical College, Bannu Annual Student Magazine “ TARYA’AQ” for the session 2011-12. The tender should accompany a Call Deposit of 2% of the total cost in favour of Principal Bannu Medical College, Bannu. Terms and conditions and Specification of the magazine can be collected from the office of principal on any working day. The tender should reach in the office of the undersigned within 15 days after publication of this advertisement. The tender will be opened next day at 11:00 am in the office of the principal. The undersigned reserves the right to accept/reject any tender without giving any reason. Income tax / Sales tax will be deducted at prescribed rates / as per rule.

Typhoid Fever-Signs and Symptoms-Mechanism-Diagnosis-Prevention and Treatment

TYPHOID. (Enteric fever- salmonellosis) also called (in India and Pakistan) tape- muhraqa. Barha bukhar, miadi bukhar. The name is given after a female cook Marry Typhi in England some 126 years ago. she was a chronic carrier. The typhoid is infectious, communicable disease, caused by gram-negative rod-shaped bacteria Salmonella Typhi, also by S. paratyphi A, B and C, having following Signs and Symptoms v   ESSENTIALS OF DIAGNOSIS:- It is characterized by the Gradual onset of malaise, headache, vomiting and abdominal pain. Some time constipation and occasionally pea soup diarrhoea. •        Rose spot , (small papule occur in the second week especially on the trunk and fade away on pressing)       relative bradycardia, splenomegaly, coated or furred tongue ( in malaria it is uniform ally coated but in typhoid it is centrally coated and the margin is red) and abdominal distention and tenderness. •        Slow (stepladder) rise of fever to maximum and then slow return to normal. •