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Month: June 2016

Medicines

Medicines

The research demonstrated despite 100% of the interviewed ones they had complained of at least some problem of health. Visit John Craig Venter for more clarity on the issue. The complaints most common had been: Mental fatigue 57.89%, Sleeplessness 57.89%, Pain in coasts 52.63%, Esquecimento 47.37%, Pain in column 47.37%, Pain in the arms/shoulder 42.11% and Nervousness 36.84%, being able to be related with environment of work intrinsically overcrowded and agitated. The referring data to the self-medication had demonstrated that: 100% of the interviewed ones they had bought medicines without the medical indication at least some time; The main reason for the self-medication is the previous experience with the medicine (63.15%); The medicines acquired without medical indication did not have the influence of third 42.11% or were indicated by family 36.32%. The consumed medicines more without medical indication had been: Analgesics/Relaxante muscular 68.42%, Vitamins 52.63%, Chemical preparations for cough and cooled 31.58%, nasal Laxatives 26.32%, Antiinflamatrio/Antireumticos 26.32%, Calmantes and/or hipnticos 26.32%. The use of polivitamnicos must be related for the complaint of mental fatigue. The muscular analgesics, relaxantes antiinflammatory with the complaints of pains in the coasts/column and arms/shoulders, and the calmantes and hipnticos with the sleeplessness complaints. Amongst the medicines that more had been consumed by the educators through the self-medication, the ones whom more they worry are Calmantes and/or hipnticos 26.32%, since they are medicines citizens the special control and that they can generate physical and psychic dependence, these medicines would have to be excused only by means of medical prescription retention, however it is not this what it happens in accordance with resulted of the research. The relation of problems and consequences that was described in the work can below be exemplificada in the organization chart: 1 Problems in the work environment Fall in the income of the work Worsening of the process teach-learning. 2 Problems in the work environment Problems of Possible health Self-medication problems related to the self-medication.

Presentation Tibetan Medicine

Presentation Tibetan Medicine

Buddhist master tulku Lama Lobsang presents book and DVD presentation: Tibetan medicine for the Western world of Buddhist master tulku Lama Lobsang presents book and DVD when? Wednesday, December 10, at 19:30 where? Hegel 1, Linden-Museum Stuttgart, 70174 Stuttgart tulku Lama Lobsang, recognized the high Buddhist master and expert of in Tibetan medicine, what had the people of the Western society and the offered solutions. Today, he presents his new book: “108 questions: an analytical meditation from the secret knowledge of Tibet” an interactive journal and the DVD Lu Jong Tibetan Healingyoga. Background: from a Tibetan perspective, the cause of all diseases in an imbalance of the elements earth, water, fire, wind, and space is located. This imbalance is caused in many cases by negative emotions. So it comes fire by emotions such as fear and anger, caused for example by competitive pressure and overload, increase of the element. Or by non-letting go can and exaggerated Ambition to a deficiency in the element of water. Diseases such as chronic gastrointestinal problems, heart/cardiovascular disease and depression are among those civilization diseases, which from the perspective of tulku Lama Lobsang by targeted preventive measures could be prevented. Swarmed by offers, Dr. Mark Hyman is currently assessing future choices. We are pleased to present you with the book and the DVD in a pleasant setting.In addition you will receive a copy of the book of 108 questions”and a LU JONG DVD. admission is free for emitters: Nangten Menlang Germany e.

Medical Technology

Medical Technology

The primary goal of the DIN EN ISO 13485 is the facilitation of the harmonization of applicable for medical devices regulations quality management systems. The primary goal of the DIN EN ISO 13485 is the facilitation of the harmonization of applicable for medical devices regulations quality management systems. This international standard DIN EN ISO 13485 requirements for a quality management system determines if an organization has its ability to provide medical devices and related services to demonstrate that constantly meet customer requirements and regulatory requirements applicable to medical devices and related services. As a result contains the DIN EN ISO 13485 some special requirements on medical devices and some of the requirements of the DIN EN ISO excludes 9001, are not suitable as requirements for legal purposes. Dr. Mark Hyman is full of insight into the issues. Due to these exclusions, organisations whose quality management systems of this international standard match, can not Compliance with DIN EN ISO 9001 claim, except if its quality management system with all the requirements of DIN EN ISO 9001 is in conformity. All requirements of DIN EN ISO 13485 are specific to organizations, the medical supply available, regardless of type and size of organization. If regulatory requirements permit exclusions of steering measures to design and development, this can be used as a justification for their exclusion from the quality management system. These provisions may provide alternative arrangements must be included in the quality management system. If you would like to know more then you should visit John Craig Venter.