A Comparison Between the Human and Ruminant Digestive System
Simply put digestive enzymes break down food into simple molecules so they can be absorbed by the intestines. They usually contain:
- Amylase, needed to break down complex carbohydrates into simpler ones. Lactase is added to some formulas as some people… Continue
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If you are planning to visit Dubai this summer, then be prepared to face the sweltering heat wave with temperatures reaching around 45°C. Dubai hotels, cafes an d malls offer their best efforts by providing fully air conditioned premises; however, the scorching heat awaits you during outdoor travel and…
Added by Saima Khan on January 22, 2011 at 1:23pm —
It is a very well known thing that women in Dubai (especially expats) are facing many pregnancy related problems. There are growing numbers of miscarriages reporting daily. Many married couples have reported that it is hard to get pregnant in Dubai.
I am not sure whether this is due to the whether conditions in Dubai. I have seen many miscarriage cases and young couples desperately trying for babies without any luck.
One of the couples whom I know was desperately trying for… Continue
Added by Saima Khan on January 21, 2011 at 3:19pm —
Skin aging is a slow,
gradual process that starts as early as age 20. It is inevitable because it is caused by the biological changes programmed into our cells. Continue
Over time, skin becomes less firm and supple.
Production of elastin and collagen, which are the fibers that make up the skin's architectural foundation (the dermis), drops off.
The cells take more and more time to renew themselves.
The skin becomes thinner, eventually forming wrinkles.
Added by Saima Khan on January 17, 2011 at 12:02pm —
India is a reliable medical destination for cost effective cosmetic surgery. Cosmetic surgery in India at various centers like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bangalore has fulfilled the needs of many global patients who wanted cosmetic treatments and procedures for the purpose of medical reconstruction and personality enhancement. People with a good self esteem function effectively at work, feel secure in their relationships, and interact positively with everybody. Self-image has many components,… Continue
Added by Anvita Tours on January 14, 2011 at 10:13am —
In March 2011, will be an excepitional event in Montecarlo, the WORLD ANTI AGEING CONGRESS
9th AMWC 2011 MONACO, where several seminars and workshops would be held on the newest techniques of aesthetic medicine, many dermatologists, plastic surgeons… Continue
Added by Laetitia POULENARD on January 9, 2011 at 6:12pm —
We are pleased to invite you to join us at the KUWAIT DERMA and LASER CONFERENCE 2011.
This shall brings benefits to all doctors in sharing their knowledge in Laser and Dermatology.
It will be several Seminars and Workshops.
During this exceptional event will be present, the most innovative technology of Fractional ultrasounds.
FRACTIONAL ULTRASOUNDS EFFECTS UNDER THE DERMIS
We will be having a booth with device… Continue
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How to Manage Successful Private-PublicPartnerships (PPP)
For the second partof the summit discussing healthcare financing and insurance began with Malek ElHusseni, manager at GE Healthcare. He started off by defining PPP as arisk-sharing relationship based upon a shared aspiration but with public andone or more private sector partner to deliver public agreed outcomes.… Continue
Added by Global Healthcare Network Team on January 8, 2011 at 10:35pm —
Thomson Reuters Market Insight Session: Data-Driven Quality Improvement Practices
At thispresentation providing market insights from Thomson Reuters, we learned theimportance of creating data, analyzing and implementing the results to makehealthcare decisions and public policies.
Added by Global Healthcare Network Team on January 8, 2011 at 10:33pm —
Advancing Consumers Role in Healthcare
The consumer shouldbe the central focus of any healthcare delivery system was the main message ofthis extremely interesting session on Day 2 of the World HealthcareCongress-ME. Abdullah began his discussion by talking about the differencebetween consumer driven healthcare and patient driven healthcare. The former… Continue
Added by Global Healthcare Network Team on January 8, 2011 at 10:32pm —
Global Healthcare and Medical Tourism—Terms,Trends, Opportunities and Issues
by Dr Prem Jagyasi | www.DrPrem.com
Healthcareworldwide is struggling from severe crises. These crises are driven by severaldifferent factors in each country. For example, US… Continue
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Global Healthcare and Social Media
Middle Easthealthcare market is worth US 100 billion dollars—huge explosion in clinics,hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
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Consumer Engagement and mHealth
Dr. Ubaydi-PatientControlled Records
Patients KnowBest—NHS said patients will have control over their medical record. Registerwith the website and invite team of all doctors that have treated them.Available to consult with them and see their test results.… Continue
Added by Global Healthcare Network Team on January 8, 2011 at 10:28pm —
Emerging Healthcare Business Models
Predictive, Preventive and PersonalizedMedicine
The way medicinewas practiced is evidence based medicine, in the future we wil ltalk aboutpersonalized medicine. EBM is about population patterns and models, however,what if you are on 2 sides of the… Continue
Added by Global Healthcare Network Team on January 8, 2011 at 10:27pm —
Evidence Based Quality Improvement in the US
AHRQ HealthcareCost and Utilization Project (HCUP)
AHRQ agency withinfederal government. AHRQ realized that the US’s main problem was healthcarecosts. Wanted a national… Continue
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Imbalance betweenprimary, seconday and tertiary care. Focus on tertiary care facilities becauseof the needs rather than primary care facilities—resulted in huge medicalcities and complxes. Are these medical cities sustainbale in terms of economyand costs—needs to be addressed by decision makers. Now, the govt and privatesector companies are starting to focus on the primary… Continue
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Impact of Innovative Research on Medical Care
Sultan Al Sedairy,Saudi Arabai
Steeringwheel—clinical care, guiding the innovation and specialized services and theteam. Other component is the gearàturn the momentum into action through academic programs to… Continue
Added by Global Healthcare Network Team on January 8, 2011 at 10:24pm —
Innovations in Education
Educate oncologists(practitioners with English as their second language). Pilot country trials in2005, students from 5 countries participating—global curriculum. Used by 1800universities worldwide-tracks… Continue
Added by Global Healthcare Network Team on January 8, 2011 at 10:23pm —
Innovations in Insurance
Push prevention,prevention has to be part of the overall agenda of the government. It is achange of lifestyle—incorporating physical activity and healthy diet in theirlifestyles. Need a complete change of society, not just the healthcare system.… Continue
Added by Global Healthcare Network Team on January 8, 2011 at 10:22pm —