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What COVID-19 Impacted on Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Diagnostics in Healthcare Industry ?
Impact of COVID-19 on Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Diagnostics in Healthcare Industry The novel coronavirus has profoundly impacted all fields, including healthcare, medical device services, automotive, pharmaceutical and many others. This pandemic has led to shutdowns of mass production and disruptions in the supply chain that have impacted the economies of virtually every nation in the world. The pandemic also affected the non-small cell lung cancer diagnostic industry. The patient's fear of contracting the virus compels patients to stay home instead of undergoing diagnosis and treatment. As a result, the hospitals and clinics were filled up with COVID-19 patients and less preference was given to non-small cell lung cancer patients. Moreover, limited access to clinics, social distancing, the lockdown of the population, which results in a slow-down in patient flow and referrals, has also impacted the market growth. However, with the cases decreasing in number and increase in vaccination against COVID-19 across the globe, the market for non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market may get a boost due to some relaxation in COVID-19 cases, which will result in increased demand for non-small cell lung cancer diagnosis with patients coming forward to clinics and hospitals for treatment. During the COVID-19 pandemic, countries worldwide witnessed a large number of patients suffering from COVID-19 and post COVID-19 complications such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and kidney problems. As the COVID-19 cases were rising, the healthcare system had shifted its focus in curbing the disease, thereby delaying diagnosis and treatment of other chronic conditions as cancer. Thus, a negative impact is expected on the non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market due to the pandemic scenario IMPACT ON PRICE The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic does not significantly impact the global non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market. But it is estimated that if COVID-19 continues to spread for a prolonged period, then the demand for non-small cell lung cancer diagnostic equipment and devices will highly upsurge for top importer countries. For therapies and the diagnostic United States solicit the huge number of medical devices, followed by China and Japan. For instance, · According to the General Administration of Customs (GAC), China's exports of medical machinery and devices increased 40.5 percent in 2020 compared to the previous year, reaching USD 18.138 billion · According to the World Trade Organisation, the U.S. imports and exports of medical goods increased by 16 %, reaching USD 1,139.00 billion in value Henceforth for diagnosis, dependency of these countries highly increases on other exporters and many countries solely depend on China and the U.S. for the non-small cell lung cancer diagnostic equipment. Consequently, this may lead to a rise in the overall non-small cell lung cancer diagnostic cost. This increase in the price of the non-small cell lung cancer diagnostic may hamper the market growth if it continues to be the same. Additionally, if the lockdown continues to stretch for a long period, then import of non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market is estimated to get more restricted, which may further lead to a rise in the price of the these devices IMPACT ON DEMAND Various screening, diagnostic and surgical procedures were restricted and at hospitals and cancer treatment centers, which resulted in disruptions in the non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market. However, even during the pandemic, the lung cancer cases were subsequent, which is expected to increase the demand for non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market. For instance, · According to World Health Organization (WHO), in 2020, lung cancer accounted for 2,206 771 deaths among both sexes. The lung cancer statistics include both small cell lung cancer and non-small cell lung cancer. About 13% of all lung cancers are small cell lung cancer and 84% are non-small cell lung cancer. This proves an increase in the number of non-small cell lung cancer patients even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, according to the American Cancer Society, Inc., lung cancer patients are likely to get infected with coronavirus because of the changes in their immune system that control their body's defense systems. For instance, · According to a study published in PubMed, patients with lung cancer are at an increased risk of becoming infected with the virus and experience higher morbidity and mortality than the general population Thus, having cancer such as non-small cell lung cancer may also increase the risk of severe illness from COVID-19 as the cancer therapy treatment reduce the immune system of the body. . This has increased the demand for non-small cell lung cancer diagnostic tools, especially in cancer-dedicated hospitals and surgical centres, where all the patients of non-small cell lung cancer-related problems are treated. Thus, with the increased lung cancer cases, the demand for non-small cell lung cancer diagnostic will increase in the coming years. IMPACT ON SUPPLY CHAIN The supply chain was widely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic as acute restrictions and lockdowns produced many urgent situations in the early days of the pandemic, which needed immediate attention. The supply chain disruption has transformed many organizations' business environments, including the supply chain of non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market. The supply chain disruption impacted the Asia-Pacific region initially, especially the demand from China due to challenges from restricted movement and quarantine period. For instance, · According to the FDA, 63 manufacturers representing 72 facilities in China that produce essential medical devices face obstacles in manufacturing medical devices and their supply, owing to citing workforce challenges and the necessary quarantine of workers. Moreover, closing borders of various countries is anticipated to diminish the supply chain business environment, as it may hamper export of the medical supplies To minimize supply chain crises, the FDA has been firmly monitoring the supply chain with the assumption that the COVID-19 outbreak may adversely impact the supply chain of medical products, including shortages of critical medical products in the U.S. or potential disruptions in supply chains. Many organizations and countries are looking forward to improving and diversified supply chain models in all aspects to manage such a crucial situation. A diversified supply chain model anticipated minimizing the export of medical products as well as increase end-to-end visibility. For instance, · The Brazilian government published a resolution eliminating import taxes on 141 medical products and hospital equipment · The European Commission made a decision for helping Member States affected by the pandemic to suspend customs duties and VAT on medical devices temporarily · Federal indirect tax body the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council of India has decided to cut taxes on medical supplies CONCLUSION It is estimated that the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak has significantly impacted the growth of non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market as the rising cases of COVID-19 worldwide the healthcare system had shifted its focus in curbing the disease, thereby resulting in the delay of diagnosis and treatment of non-small cell lung cancer. Thus, a negative impact is expected on the non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market due to the pandemic scenario. However, with the increase in lung cancer patients worldwide, the demand for non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics will increase in the coming years. Moreover, poor lifestyle, smoking, alcohol consumption, lack of physical activity and other factors will contribute to the incidence of chronic disease such as lung cancer, including non-small cell lung, which is anticipated to increase the global non-small cell lung cancer diagnostics market in the coming years.
How Impacted COVID-19 on Neural Implant in Healthcare Industry ?
Impact of COVID-19 on Neural Implant in Healthcare Industry The COVID-19 pandemic has stood as a complex challenge in front of several healthcare companies and proved to be a global health threat. The first case of the COVID-19 pandemic was found in Wuhan, China. This virus had emerged in December 2019 and has been proven as a global pandemic by WHO in March 2020. Patients with other respiratory disorders such as Chronic Bronchitis, Lung Cancer, and Pneumonia are more susceptible to COVID-19. This pandemic has created a health crisis, and it has adversely affected our economies, healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors, and their core. As the number of COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases continues to rise in the U.S., Russia, France, and Brazil, life-threatening and rare brain diseases are being linked to the infection. This has brought companies in the brain implants market into the picture since their assistance is crucial in the already stressed healthcare facilities. Neural implant technology is highly innovative and is expected to influence the existing treatment modalities of neuropathic disorders and chronic neuropathic pain. The introduction of neural implants has been a significant breakthrough because of their high potential in minimizing the occurrence of adverse events associated with Parkinson's disease, chronic pain, epilepsy, and other neural disorders. Therefore, the adoption of neural implants is likely to increase at a phenomenal rate in the coming years. Healthcare professionals were often redeployed to emergency patterns of working, sometimes outside of their usual scope of practice. Thus, the urgent and routine care for millions of patients with non-COVID illnesses has been interrupted. IMPACT ON DEMAND The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to have a significant impact on the growth of the brain implants market globally, due to the suspension and postponement of most of the elective surgeries and treatment during the pandemic, to reserve the hospital infrastructure and staff in treating COVID-19, infected patients. According to the research article published in medRXiV, 2021, the prevalence of SARS-COV2 viral infection in patients with Parkinson's disease was found to be 11.28% and COVID-19 prevalence in Parkinson's disease patients with deep brain stimulation was found to be 18.18%. Additionally, as per the research study published in Frontiers in Neurology, 2020, the motor and psychiatric symptoms in Parkinson's Disease patients and dystonic patients treated with Deep Brain Stimulation was observed to have worsened during the lockdown restriction measure, and further, this had led to increased stress in the management of neurological disorders. Additionally, according to the research article published in JAMA Neurology, 2020, among 214 patients with COVID-19, neurologic symptoms were seen in 36.4% of patients. Thus, patients suffering from COVID-19 are prone to a high risk of developing neurological disorders during their hospital stays. Thus, owing to the strict lockdown restrictions and measures taken to contain the viral transmission, the chronic stress and burden of neurological disorders had increased, which required the urgent opening of the neurological outpatient services, and thus, the brain implants market is expected to have impacted significantly during the pandemic. The increase in the number of cases of neurological disorders, such as Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, Parkinson’s, depression, and essential tremors, is anticipated to propel the demand for brain implants. Brain implants are likely to reduce the need for drugs that relieve chronic pain and improve body movement in patients suffering from Parkinson’s or any other neurological disease. The growing geriatric population is also prone to order surgical disorders and thus, aging is the major factor that is driving the market growth for brain implants. According to the United Nations, World Population Ageing 2019 report, more than 703 million people were aged 65 years and above in 2019 and are expected to reaching 1.5 billion by 2050. IMPACT ON SUPPLY Due to the pertinacious COVID-19 lockdown in various countries, sanctions have been forced by administrations of different nations. These limitations and boundaries across the nation’s borders prompted a diminishing stockpile because of restricted materials and labor force and the halting of the assembly line. It has been found that certain individuals in their late ’50s are at risk of developing acute necrotizing encephalitis, which is a rare complication of influenza and other viral infections. This has fueled the growth of brain implants to maintain steady supply chains to meet the demand. Acute necrotizing encephalitis has the potential to cause seizures and confusion, and in serious cases, can lead to coma. This has triggered the need for developing strong research databases to address complications of COVID-19. STRATEGIC DECISIONS BY MANUFACTURERS The presence of key players in the region and the increasing number of product approvals is expected to drive the studied market growth. For instance, · In June 2020, US FDA approved Medtronic plc's Percept deep brain stimulation (DBS) for the treatment of Parkinson’s symptoms. The major market players are focusing on technological advancement to acquire maximum market share. For instance, · In January 2021, Abbott Laboratories launched its NeuroSphere my Path, a Digital Health app that was developed to track and report on pain relief in chronic pain patients and general well-being associated with spinal cord stimulation (SCS) or dorsal root ganglion (DRG) therapy. · In March 2021, Abbott Laboratories announced the launch of NeuroSphere Virtual Clinic, which is a remote neuromodulation patient-care technology in the United States. · In March 2020, LivaNova plc received CE Mark approval for its Vagus Nerve Stimulation Therapy (VNS Therapy) System, "Symmetry", for Difficult-to-Treat Depression (DTD). · BrainCom— a collaborative research project that aims to develop a new generation of neuroprosthetic devices is being funded by the European Union under the FET Proactive funding scheme to advance speech neural prostheses. Companies in the brain implants market are increasing the availability of solutions for people suffering from motor diseases and neurological conditions. Such implants are bolstering market growth, as they have the potential to eliminate the need for open brain surgeries. · Dell Technologies— a U.S. multinational computer technology company is gaining strong business grounds in transformative technologies for brain implants by collaborating with think tanks and neuroscientists. In June 2018, Medtronic plc announced that the US Food and Drug Administration approved Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) Clinician Programmer and Activa(TM) Programming Application. The Activa Programming Application has been uniquely designed with the input of over a hundred clinicians from around the world and is managed on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tablet interface. In February 2016, ALEVA NEUROTHERAPEUTICS SA announced a collaboration with Greatbatch for a next-generation device for Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS). Under the terms of the development agreement, Greatbatch’s design and development team QiG Group, which is expected to be spun off as Nuvectra Corporation, will provide Aleva with access to its unique implantable neurostimulation platform. Companies in the brain implants market are increasing the availability of less invasive solutions since the brain is one of the most delicate and sensitive body organs. They are decoding the symphony of neural activity to stimulate brain function. CONCLUSION Since the COVID-19 virus outbreak in December 2019, the disease has spread to almost every country around the globe with the World Health Organization declaring it a public health emergency. The global impacts of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) are already starting to be felt, and will significantly affect the Brain Implants market in 2020.
What Impacted COVID-19 on Neurorehabilitation Devices ?
Impact of COVID-19 on Neurorehabilitation Devices in Healthcare Industry OVERVIEW AFTERMATH OF COVID-19 AND GOVERNMENT ROLE The first case of the COVID-19 pandemic was found in Wuhan, China. This pandemic has influenced the whole planet with its major impacts on the economy and businesses across the globe. The COVID-19 spread worldwide in unprecedented ways due to its high infectious and contagious nature. Various countries announced the complete lockdown just after the declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic, such as the U.S., India, Germany, and China, to protect them from the spread of the disease. The government imposed lockdown rules, and it had significantly impacted the market. The virus has spread across all regions ranging from North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, and Africa up to South America. The COVID-19 has been declared as a pandemic by WHO due to its increased spread across the globe. The neurorehabilitation process makes a possible reduction in impairments and disabilities and eventually improves the life of the patient. Examples of neurorehabilitation devices are invasive stimulators, non-invasive stimulators, brain-computer interfaces, and neurorobotics, among others. Current rehabilitation is supported by advanced methods based on biofeedback, transcranial brain stimulation system, and BCI system. The prevalence of neurological diseases, rise in technological advancement, the emergence of robotic rehabilitation, and the effectiveness of gaming systems in neurorehabilitation are factors that are propelling the demand of the global neurorehabilitation devices market. However, the shortage of skilled personnel, the high cost of treatment, stringent government regulation may hamper the global neurorehabilitation devices market. IMPACT ON DEMAND Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a SARS-CoV-2 virus, while a large pool of the population is affected by this COVID-19 virus. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) causes acute respiratory illness ranges from mild to severe pneumonia with respiratory failure. In order to minimize the spread of COVID-19, nearly all the countries have taken action, such as the implementation of lockdown and social distancing restrictions. Neurorehabilitation is an important part of the recovery process that has undergone some brain injury. In the COVID-19 pandemic, various charities have worked effortlessly to provide treatment and support to patients suffering from brain injury. During the pandemic, the demand for neurorehabilitation devices was high, but companies were not able to supply the devices to end-users as various restrictions were imposed by the government, such as a travel ban, closed borders, among others. Due to affirmative restrictions, sudden shrink took place in various surgeries. Moreover, the decrease in the revenue of the key market players depicted in their quarterly results, such as Medtronic, among others, gave evidence of the decline in the demand for the medical device due to the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic. For instance, · Medtronic reported a decline of 1% in its brain therapies net sales of the financial results of 2020 as compared to 2019. The reduction was largely motivated by the detrimental effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent deferral to companies of medical procedures The decline in revenue of brain therapy suggests the detrimental effect of COVID 19 on the neurorehabilitation devices market and hence impacted the demand-supply concept. IMPACT ON PRICE Neurological rehabilitation is a program designed for the treatment of people suffering from a disorder or any injury in the nervous system. The devices include non-invasive brain stimulators, robotic neuro systems, brain-computer interfaces, and wearable devices, among others. Due to the pandemic, there is the delay associated with various types of limitations faced by the manufacturers to fulfill the end product order, which has resulted in the less availability of neurorehabilitation devices in the market and due to which the cost of available devices has increased with the several factors. Also, due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic outbreak, manufacturers are forced to find new contract manufacturers and suppliers for more manufacturing activities to different or new facilities locations that are less impacted by the outbreak. IMPACT ON SUPPLY CHAIN The consequences of COVID 19 cannot be underestimated. The product and service providers of neurorehabilitation have made efforts by providing services virtually to meet the demands as people were not frequently visiting the hospitals or clinics for the treatment. To manage such a critical situation, many organizations are looking forward to improving and diversifying the supply chain model in all aspects. Diversified supply chain model anticipated minimizing the export of medical devices as well as increase end-to-end visibility The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed many organizations’ business environments; supply availability has been hampered by a number of issues, including export and travel restrictions by some manufacturing countries and lockdowns that have forced suppliers to (temporarily) shut down. In various countries, neurorehabilitation units have reduced their number of beds, in-patients and out-patient neurorehabilitation centers are restricted to a particular area in order to tackle the pandemic situation STRATEGIC DECISIONS BY MANUFACTURERS As the reality of COVID-19 dawned upon the world, the manufactures and production units of the companies in the global neurorehabilitation devices market swiftly planned for strategies to cope with the effect of the crisis. Major players in the market took various initiatives to cope up with the situation. For instance, · In July 2020, Abbott announced that it had received FDA approval for the use of the Patient Controller App on compatible personal Apple smartphone devices. The approval will allow the patient living with neurological conditions to manage their therapy directly from the personal smartphone · In 2019, Mount Sinai Health System announced an innovative tele-neurorehabilitation program for stroke patients. This therapy can be taken by patients while at their homes with virtual backing from clinicians · In 2020, Esko Bionics Holdings, Inc. announced that it had received FDA 501(k) go-ahead to promote its EksoNRTM robotic exoskeleton for patients with acquired brain injury. It is cleared by FDA for spinal cord injury, stroke, or acquired brain injury rehabilitation These strategies helped the company in coping with the pandemic and ensure business operations, minimize the impact of COVID-19, and providing full support to the government in their efforts to combat the disease and help the front-line workers. CONCLUSION It can be concluded that the COVID-19 pandemic situation has an adverse impact on the market, affecting the price, supply, and demand of neurorehabilitation devices. However, in the crisis call, market players, government bodies, and healthcare organizations are work closely with healthcare professionals, customers, and patients for the betterment of public health. The increasing need of neurorehabilitation devices with increasing number of neurological diseases is expected to drive the market in coming years. The market is expected to decline due to increased restrictions imposed by various governments leading to the closing of non-emergent healthcare facilities, including procedures such as neurorehabilitation procedures.
Jesus: Prophet of Peace and Love or Purveyor of Fear and Hate?
Multitudes of Christian commentators over the past two millennia have proclaimed the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth to be unsurpassed tenets of spiritual wisdom and unexcelled guidelines for living a morally responsible life.  Hundreds of millions of devout believers are absolutely convinced that they will conquer death and attain everlasting life because God sacrificed his son for their sins. They are also convinced that Jesus didn’t really die. He was restored to life and subsequently ascended to heaven to spend eternity with his father, and soon Jesus will return to Earth to judge the wicked and rapture righteous believers up to heaven with him. Countless books have been written extolling the allegedly commendable features of the “Christian worldview” and the “Christ-centered life,” but, by contrast, few authors have examined the unsavory side of Jesus’ personality and his less than-meritorious behavior and opinions. For this presentation, I’ve formulated, in a balanced fashion, two sets of ten principles based on Jesus’ pronouncements. Although his directives come from the canonical gospels (the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), additional documentation is abundant elsewhere in the New Testament epistles and letters. The twenty precepts are listed along with the supporting Bible verses from which they derive. The cited verses and passages appear in this separate article. This scriptural evidence will enable readers to answer for themselves the binary question that is the title of this article. NB: This article is not made assuming Jesus literally indeed existed, but an evaluation of the character of the Abrahamic religious texts. Read the full article:https://www.fadewblogs.eu.org/2021/11/jesus-prophet-of-love-or-hate.html
DM Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology
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He has poor dental hygiene. He is advised to undergo dental extraction of a molar tooth. He has a history of rheumatic heart disease and has a prosthetic aortic valve. He is allergic to penicillin. Which of the following is the drug of choice for prophylaxis of endocarditis in the above patient?  Ampicillin  Ampicillin and gentamicin  Quinolones Clindamycin  Drug of choice for prinzmetal’s angina is: A. Propanolol B. Nitrates C. Diltiazem D. Verapamil A   55 year old  male collapses. He develops sustained ventricular tachycardia and requires cardioversion. He is started on an anti arrhythmic agent. Two weeks later, he is finally extubated and the rest of his hospital stay is unremarkable. Three months later he returns with dyspnea on exertion and chest-x ray reveals bilateral lung fibrosis. All cultures are negative and a lung biopsy reveals lipoid pneumonitis. Which of the following is the most likely drug responsible for this patient’s condition?  A. Procainamide  B. Amiodarone  C. Lidocaine  D. Quinine  Which drug cause optic neuritis: A. INH B. Ethabutol C. Rifampicin D. Pyrazinamid Drug causing Parkinsonism is: A. Barbiturate B. Phenothiazine C. Thiazide D. Sulphonamide One of the following is not a disease modifying drug in rheumatoid  arthritis: A. Auronaufin B. D-penicillamine C. Chloroquine D. Indomethacin All drugs cause interstitial lung disease except: A. Phenytoin sodium B. Sulfonamides C. Busulphan D. Alpha methyl dopa It is very important for DM aspirants to know Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacodynamics, uses, side effects and dosages of Drugs used. This forms a big Chunk of Questions for DM examinations in addition to Clinical Questions, Problem based Questions and Reason Assertion based questions. Our Experts emphasize the need for being updated with attest for NEET DM exams. Check Questions Paper for - Neet dm test series, neet dm preparation, neet dm exam preparation, neet dm mock test, neet mch mock test
Cost-Effective Fee Structure Of Lviv National Medical University
Lviv National Medical University was established in 1784 and it is popularly known as Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University. The university was recognised by NMC, WHO, and other medical institutes. Students from all over the world come to study MBBS in Ukraine as it offers the best quality of education at an affordable fee structure. It has more than 200 years of legacy where numerous students want to get admission at the prestigious university. The university has a world-class infrastructure that is equipped with advanced technology to train the students. It has well-qualified faculty members which give proper guidance in each field. Lviv National Medical University is one of the prestigious universities which comes under the top 50 universities of MBBS in Ukraine. The university has the 31st rank in the country according to 4ICU university. Lviv National Medical University Highlights 2021 Lviv National Medical University Fee Structure The university offers a budget-friendly fee structure which is comparatively low from any other university in the country. Lviv National Medical University fee has been discussed below: The university offers courses in general medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, and preparatory courses offered to the students. Lviv National Medical University has an easy admission procedure where students get admission based on intermediate but for Indian students, it is compulsory to qualify for the NEET exam before the admission procedure. The university has the best accommodation which has a fully furnished room with all the amenities provided to the students. It has medical, security, pool, sports, gym, and many other facilities offered to students.
3 Reasons Why Women Are Choosing Breast Augmentation With Fat Over Implants.
Autologous fat transfer, also known as fat grafting, has provided reconstructive and cosmetic plastic surgeons with a slew of new options. Fat transfer for breast augmentations, rather than traditional silicone or saline implants, has become one of the hottest trends in cosmetic plastic surgery. Because of the plethora of influencers and celebrities on social media, fat transfer breast augmentation is becoming increasingly popular. Patients are increasingly choosing fat grafting over more invasive breast augmentation surgeries for very simple, practical reasons. In this post, we'll go over the top three reasons why more women than ever before are opting for fat transfer breast augmentations. WHAT IS FAT GRAFTING EXACTLY? Fat grafting is a fascinating scientific procedure. To put it simply, fat grafting is the transfer of fat cells from areas of excess flab to areas where more volume is desired. The following are some examples of common fat grafting donor sites: Thighs Buttocks Belly Flankers (fat above your midsection on your back) Fat cells are typically used to accentuate the curvature of patients' breasts and buttocks during fat grafting procedures in cosmetic surgery. There are several advantages to using autologous fat transfer instead of breast implants if you want a small to medium increase in breast size or volume. In addition, some of the more recent fat transfer breast augmentation techniques include a pre-expansion technique that allows for larger increases in breast size. Breast Augmentation With Fat Can Solve Two Problems At Once. A fat transfer breast augmentation combines two of the most popular plastic surgery procedures performed each year: breast augmentation and liposuction. It's easy to see why most patients are ecstatic when we tell them we can make their breasts look better and melt away a little extra pudge in an area that makes them self-conscious. Almost everyone has stood in front of a mirror and pinched fat where they don't want it. With a fat transfer breast augmentation, your Cosmetic Surgeon can move a portion of your excess body fat to create beautiful curves in your breasts. You may be surprised at how much this can improve your self-esteem and make you feel great in (and out of) your clothes. Athletic Women Can Resume Workouts Sooner After Breast Augmentation With Fat. Breasts are mammary glands surrounded by body fat, and many athletic women choose breast augmentation to accentuate their feminine curves. This is because women who are extremely fit may lose a significant amount of body fat, which increases the volume of their breasts. Whether you're a competitive athlete or a fitness enthusiast, the recovery period that leaves you wanting to get back to exercising can be excruciating. The recovery time for fat transfer breast augmentation can be up to two-thirds faster than for traditional breast augmentation with implants. You Can Resume Office Sooner After Breast Augmentation With Fat. Accepting that how you look and feel about yourself has a significant impact on your success at work can be a difficult reality to accept. According to a study conducted by an economist at the University of Texas at Austin, a handsome man will earn nearly 15% more in his lifetime than someone who is not considered attractive. Professional considerations, like any other cosmetic procedure, can influence the decision to have breast augmentation. One of the main reasons our working professionals prefer breast augmentation with fat in Mumbai to implants is that it allows them to spend less time away from work while still achieving beautiful, natural-looking results. Patients who have implants must usually wait at least two weeks before returning to work, and sometimes even longer if their job requires physical exertion. Patients who opt for a fat transfer procedure are usually able to return to work within 4-5 days.
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I came here to update one of my cards with a new video link, and I realized that it's been forever since I actually looked at this website. I have no idea how anything works anymore LOL. BUT, I completely and totally forgot to include Vingle in probably my biggest adventure ever. Or maybe I mentioned it somewhere but forgot. IDK. Anyway, Snow in Seoul ACTUALLY WENT TO SEOUL. Over the summer I got to study abroad with Hanyang University, and I spent the entire month wandering around the city and seeing some pretty cool things. I mainly used Snapchat to document my trip, but those don't last forever and I forgot to save many of my stories :/ I did attempt to keep up with a blog here (<-click the word "here"), but I failed miserably and only made 2 posts while I was there. Here are some of the exciting things I witnessed: 1.) Learning a traditional Korean fan dance (and getting college credit for it YES PLEASE) that you can see here: https://youtu.be/LCemLdrGt68 2.) Going to SMTown and seeing the School Oz hologram musical 3.) Accidentally coming across the JYP building and seeing JYP himself coming out of the building (I still wish it was 2PM tho) 4.) Accidentally finding the SM building and FNC like 30 minutes after seeing JYP 5.) Going to an Epik High concert 6.) The shopping OMG it's amazing 7.) A cat cafe, a dog cafe, a sheep cafe, and a poop cafe 8.) The famous Trick Eye Museum 9.) The infamous torrential downpours that happen during the monsoon season 10.) Korean dating life 11.) Street food holy crap 12.) Going to a mud festival where you basically just cover yourself in this supposedly healthy skin-healing mud and party you little heart out 13.) Views from Namsan Tower (which I just realized could have been a really good Snapchat caption that I never used DAMMIT) 14.) So many gorgeous palaces like WOW it's amazing how so much history is maintained in Korea There are definitely more things but I'm starting to lose my memory of the trip without looking at the pictures I took :( I unintentionally embraced the whole "let go of technology and explore" thing some people do when they travel, so I basically have no written memories of the trip :/ If you want, I can post more about it, or answer any questions you have ^_^
Know The Eligibility Criteria Of Vinnitsa National Medical University
Vinnitsa National Medical University was established in 1921 and situated in Vinnytsia, Ukraine. IN the year 1994 the university got its 4th accreditation and university certification. It is one of the renowned universities which offers the quality of education to the students. The university was recognised by MCI/ NMC, Ministry of Health of Ukraine and many other medical institutions.  The university has top-class medical faculty from 19 countries of the world who are professionally qualified. It has more than 60 international projects which are running under the university teachers. Vinnitsa National Medical University has world-class infrastructure which is equipped with advanced labs, 4 channels of the internet, and 26 computer classes for the students. It is one of the reputed universities which has international tie-ups with reputed medical universities.  Vinnitsa National Medical University has world-class ranking and it comes under the top medical universities in the country. It has 64th rank in the country according to 4ICU. The university offers an affordable fee structure which is USD 36200 for 6 years of program which includes tuition fee, hostel fee and other expenses. It offers working opportunities to the students with its internationally recognised degree. Vinnitsa National Medical University offers courses in general medicine, medical psychology, paediatrics, and dentistry. Eligibility Criteria Of Vinnitsa National Medical University Vinnitsa National Medical University is one of the prestigious institutes where students from all over the world come to study. The university offers direct admission to those students who qualify the eligibility criteria before appearing for admission is liable to get the MBBS admission in Vinnitsa National Medical University. The eligibility criteria have been discussed below: Age: The candidate needs to have a minimum age which is 17 years on the year of admission. Academic Qualification: The candidate needs to qualify 10+2 with 50% marks from the recognised board and for the reserved category it is 40% of marks.  Mandatory Subjects: The candidate needs to have Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in intermediate.  NEET Exam: The aspirant needs to qualify the NEET exam before admission.
Holy Basil: Uses, benefits and nutrition - Medical News Today
It's considered the "Mother Medicine of Nature." It’s been revered since ancient times as a herb that can promote a healthy body, mind, and spirit. Shyama Tulsi or Holy Basil is an aromatic shrub with exceptional medicinal value usually found in every Indian home. It is purple to dark-coloured leaves and is considered the best of all the basil breeds amongst the Rama tulsi or Vana Tulsi and other basil varieties available. Basil leaves benefits are known to almost every Indian but the convenience attached to the allopathic pills have pushed aside the Ayurveda healing and medicinal herbs. And this simply over the years has made it a secondary line of treatment thus rendering it ineffective. Holy Basil Botanical Name - Ocimum Tenuiflorum Nutritional value of Holy Basil:- The nutritional value Trusted Source is also high, as it contains: · vitamin A and C · calcium · zinc · iron · chlorophyll Health Benefits of Holy Basil:- Holy basil has been shown to boost your body’s health in a variety of ways. It can help protect against infection, lower your blood sugar, lower your cholesterol, ease joint pain, and protect your stomach. Intake of Holy basil can be helpful in these conditions · Depression – alleviates the mood and promotes well-being. · Insomnia – Ease stress & anxiety thus promoting calmness in mind. · Indigestion – improves metabolism and functioning of the liver · Cold & cough – whooping cough (works for both dry & wet cough) · In protect & fight against cancer · Dental health/ bad breath · Pain relief · Eye infections – It benefits in eye conditions like conjunctivitis, swelling and redness. · Body tonic – Purifies the blood and removes the toxins making the body function efficiently Holy Basil Skin Benefits:- The antiaging benefits of basil leaves {Holy basil Essential oil} help reduce wrinkles and improve skin tone. Basil leaves are a great natural remedy for clearing pores and for naturally glowing skin. Basil or Tulsi is alkaline in nature which enhances its excellent anti-inflammatory properties to work well in warding off skin irritations, small wounds and acne. Also rich in Vitamin C, it boosts skin cells metabolism and elasticity to the skin. Hence, it is very much helpful for acne-pimple-prone skin. Holy basil health benefits:- The steam-distilled water from holy basil, traditionally known as the ark, is technically called hydrosol. This is steam-distilled Hydrosol of basil contains the water-soluble nutrients found in herbal basil. Holy basil is beneficial for your mental health. It provides mental balance and reduces stress and anxiety. Holy basil tea is also caffeine-free which can be consumed on a regular basis. It also contains anti-depressant properties that can help you fight the symptoms of depression. As it possesses antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, basil can help the muscles control blood vessel function to contract and relax. It also helps remove the plaque in blood vessels, protecting them from damage. Holy basil benefits for hair:- Holy basil prevents hair loss by strengthening the hair follicles. It also treats dandruff and itching and prevents premature greying of hair. Simply add a small amount of basil oil to your regular hair oil and massage it thoroughly into your scalp. Basil improves blood circulation and reduces dandruff and the scalp itchiness that accompanies it. This remedy also treats dry scalp. Holy basil benefits for the brain:- All parts of the holy basil plant act as an adaptogen. An adaptogen is a natural substance that helps your body adapt to stress and promotes mental balance. The source of your stress can be:- · chemical · physical · infectious · emotional Holy basil has been shown to have antidepressant and antianxiety properties similar to antidepressant drugs. HOLY BASIL TEA DROPS:- Potent nutrient drops of Holy Tulsi ( Tulsi drops) – Flavonoids rich Add about 1-2 teaspoon or 10 -15 drops to a cup of warm water. And enjoy the Tulsi tea. Holy basil water is water-soluble nutrient-rich water of basil leaves & stems. This simple, quick, and convenient way of making tea help stick to the regular routine of drinking turmeric tea at home and while you are on a trip. Intake of holy basil leaves & stem ark in-season change helps increase the immunity in the body. Know more about Holy Basil benefits and side effects Here.
NEET SS Gynecological Oncology. Latest Tips for Preparation
NEET SS Gynecological Oncology has emerged as a branch which is demanding and the number of seats is now being increased in different institutions throughout the country. With new policies and changes now the neet ss test series are conducted by NBE. Gynecological Oncology is an upcoming branch and new centres and Medical Colleges in India are offering this branch now after clearance of Mch exams. Most Mch Aspirants want to know what is asked in these Superspeciality examinations and how to study and what to study. The approach to study for this branch needs to be standard, simple, time is friendly and most effective. Details of Examination  Exam: NEET Mch  Conducted by : NBE  Level: Pg Superspeciality  Duration: 3 years  Probable Upcoming Dates: November  Question Type : MCQs  Exam : Single Day Online Examination Lots of Modifications done by NBE What Concepts are checked in NEET Mch Gynecological Oncology? Taking a case of a 35 year old housewife with vaginal bleeding A 40 year-old housewife was worried because she started to have vaginal discharge and unscheduled vaginal bleeding. She sought medical advice and the doctor asked for Pap smear. The cytology report included mild dysplasia (CIN I), with HPV infection, and squamous metaplasia. The doctor recommended follow up of the patient. Two years later she started to complain of dyspareunia, and postcoital bleeding, and dysuria. She went to a gynecologist who did vaginal examination and saw a large fungating, partly ulcerated mass in the cervix. The base of the mass was indurated and attached to the surrounding structures. The doctor asked for immediate surgery to assess the grade and stage of the tumor. The students should be able to: • Know pathologic terms as metaplasia, dysplasia, and neoplasia, Carcinoma-in-situ (CIN) • Know the pathogenesis of squamous dysplasia. • Know the sequence of events from progression of dysplasia caused by HPV to Carcinoma-in-Situ and Invasive Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the cervix. • Know viral oncogenesis and identify role of HPV in development of Cancer cervix. (Asked in Neet Mch Gynecological Oncology) • Know different methods of lab diagnosis of cancer particularly those which are used for the early diagnosis of cancer of the cervix. • Know the gross and microscopic criteria of malignant neoplasm. • Know grading and staging of tumors. (Asked in Neet Mch Gynecological Oncology) • Know the importance of early diagnosis of cancer • Know the methods of spread of malignant tumors. • Know the investigations needed for proper assessment of this condition • Know the risk factors of cancer cervix as an example of malignant tumors. (Asked in Neet Mch Gynecological Oncology) • Know Role of heredity in development of cancer cervix • Know of community in prevention and early diagnosis of cancer; mention the methods of prevention of carcinoma of the cervix. Management of Cancer Cervix: General Principles to be followed  All stages (I-IV) are radiosensitive.  Stages of cancer cervix that are operable (radical/Wertheim’s hysterectomy) are 1A1, 1A2, IB and IIA.  Stages IIB-IV are not operable and have to be treated with radiotherapy only. (Asked in Neet Mch Gynecological Oncology) • In squamous cell cancers, before giving radiotherapy, a chemotherapeutic agent is given to increase the sensitivity of the cells to radiation called as radiosensitiser. In Cancer Cervix Cisplatin is used as a radiosensitiser. (Asked in Neet Mch Gynecological Oncology)  Use of Cisplatin has resulted in reduction in local recurrence and distant metastasis. Latest Questions asked on Oncological aspects of  Dermoid cyst  Liposarcoma  Krukenbergs tumor  Gynandroblastoma  Lichen planus  Lichen sclerosus  Vulval carcinoma  Leukoplakia  H. mole Importance of Markers such as  Alpha fetoprotein  Lactate dehydrogenase  Human chorionic gonadotropin  Placental alkaline phosphatase  CEA Levels  CA 125  Alkaline phosphate  Lactate dehydrogenase Intervention and use of Modalities in Gynecological Oncology like  Ultrasound  TVS  Urinalysis  Pap Smear  Bone Scans  PET Scan  Peritoneal biopsies  New Tumour Markers  MRI  Intravenous pyelogram(IVP)  Cystourethrogram  Urethrocystoscopy  Hysteriosalpingogram A thorough knowledge of facts pertaining to Gynecological oncology as mentioned below should be known:  Presentations of tumours  Risk Factors  Management Plans  Cost effective managements  Drugs used and their doses and side effects  Follow up of Oncological cases Students preparing for this branch cannot underestimate the number of Questions asked by Examiners about the commonly used drugs, latest investigations, treatment modalities, immune markers, tumour markers, genetics and syndromes in Gynecological Oncology. Our Gynecological Oncology Experts keep an eye on Developments around the NEET SS test series Examinations. Most students take our Gynecological Oncology Packages and are benefitted by our Gynecological Oncology online tests which provide them practice in real time, reassurance and confidence for actual exam scenarios.