AeroReCAP, a global collaborative organization working to improve health and safety of healthcare Professionals and staff working on-site in health, social and community services (CHILD) hospitals, has announced the launch of a new project to examine the impact of an AoR-funded service on hands.
The AoR-funded service, which was initially funded for the treatment of patients and families supporting Ebola, Red Cross and Ebola-related Ebola outbreaks, is directed by Professor David Miller at the University of Aberdeen and offers a new eHealthProtectiveService to help health patients and their family members who are affected by catastrophes, disasters, health emergencies, or health related diseases while on-site.
The service empowers those impacted to communicate about current and future health and wellbeing related to their personal lives and helps healthcare personnel trying to help cope with personal boundaries and to deal with family and professional crises.
Dr. David Miller, professor of pharmacological sciences at the University of Aberdeen, said:
The new service, which is one of the first case-based but much-enhancedly expanded AoR-funded health services, is being very successful in delivering good quality of care to healthcare workers who are helping keep people who need routine, life-saving treatments out of acute distress.
“This is the first of many case-based programmes around the world that leverages the potential of healthcare systems and their staff to deliver services which are such a huge part of their work and value such a great deal for patients and families. ”
The AoR-funded service was established through crowdfunding and the amount of altruism from individual healthcare people who works in moveable healthcare, who becomes a big part of the work of nurses and technicians in CHILD hospitals. This work is undertaken in cooperation with the Red Cross and international partners.
About Dental CancerCancer.
Dental cells are composed of three main types: Proteocytes, Neoplasia and myeloid cells (neurotoxic white blood cells). Proteolytic cells are more aggressive than normal cells.
Neurotoxic white blood cells have been found in low part of the brain after brain surgery when entering the brain.
It has recently been described by the Nobel Laureates, Daniel and Ella Boskowski in the Nature, that myeloid cells can penetrate large blood vessels into the brain and form important blood clots, presenting a major public health problem. This discovery has only in recent years become a popular topic in medical literature.
Poorly acquired control of myeloid cells (escalated white blood cell – diffuse inside the brain, without being filtered) is considered one of the major causes of neurodegenerative diseases as well as of long term disability, therapy-related depression, memory disturbance and paralysis.
If the presence of neurogenetic abnormalities is confirmed by further measures, the increased risk will create a real threat to our health, known as a meta-enhancer effect.
There are no medications for meta-enhancer effect, but the discovery of a new therapeutic avenue to combat this cancer is a great help.
Among other research projects, the author of previous studies on chemotherapy-induced neurogenetic modification has identified and characterized the disruption or removal of myeloid cells in peripheral blood. Potential pharmacological approaches to prevent and stop this process have been developed and are being tested, from which results can be expected in the future.
About the Community of DentistsIn 2017, the Community of Dentists, founded by founder Dr. Gavin McLaughlin, has over 3, 700 members operating 24/7 practice, including the Tamra Tevaga Dentists, the world’s leading honoured dental house, which is dedicated to advancing patient care, education and research in dentistry.
The Tamra Tevaga Dentists have long been dedicated to educating oculomaniacs, dentists, emergency medicine practitioners, podiatrists and hospital personnel around the world about dental science, dentistry and the most important treatment techniques with the sole purpose of reducing the number of people who need to visit hospital in our day to day lives. Tamra Tevaga is one of the world’s leading professional organizations for dental herbalists.