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Tiffany Chow, Clinician-Scientist at the Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest, discusses how to help a loved one or friend deal with the changes that happen to a person as they go through the stages of Alzheimer's disease. Tiffany is in support of a movement to memorialize One Million People on Twitter who have been affected by Alzheimer's Disease. A Million Tweets to Remember (#1MTweets) is a Twitter movement that will help raise money for Alzheimer research for the Alzheimer Association, Alzheimer Society of Canada and the Baycrest - Rotman Research Institute. For more information visit us at *******www.1MTweets**** or follow us on Twitter 1Mtweets
21 Sep 2009
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Dr Sarah Fitzharris offers advice to patients who are looking to have an dental implant (or multiple implants) placed, but feel worried about the procedure.
20 Jun 2019
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NSC Partners LLC today introduces 21-Item Neuropsychological Test 1.0, its new iOS medical app for licensed clinicians and doctors. The iPhone App was created to test for exaggeration of existing problems or poor effort during the course of a patient's neuropsychological examination by a doctor. The test takes approximately 5 minutes to administer. The App includes the 21-Item Test Research Manual and an initial set of 10 tests. Additional tests are available as in-app purchases.
4 Jun 2011
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Ryan Haines - Trombone Performance/Instruction Writing/Arranging Ryan.HainesRocketMail****
15 Aug 2010
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Loren Weisman is an accomplished music producer, author and speaker based in Seattle, Washington. For more info on Loren, visit: *******www.lorenweisman**** *******www.facebook****/lorenweisman *******www.youtube****/lorenweisman *******www.twitter****/theartistsguide The Artist's Guide to Success in the Music Business is a detailed analysis of the subjects that all musicians should understand in order to pursue a successful career in music. *******www.artistsguide****
16 Apr 2011
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Loren Weisman discussing tagging at the HMMA Real Deal Seminar in Hollywood, California on April 10th, 2011. It takes more effort than just posting a picture, a song or a video. You have to tag it! Loren Weisman is an accomplished music producer, author and speaker based in Seattle, Washington. For more info on Loren, visit: *******www.lorenweisman**** *******www.facebook****/lorenweisman *******www.youtube****/lorenweisman *******www.twitter****/theartistsguide The Artist's Guide to Success in the Music Business is a detailed analysis of the subjects that all musicians should understand in order to pursue a successful career in music. *******www.artistsguide****
30 Apr 2011
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www.npbusiness**** Each and every day around the country Nurse Practitioner's are making a difference in the clients they serve. Whether it's in the emergency room, the office, or on the battlefield, NP's put the Care in Healthcare. We celebrate the wonderful work they do and their commitment to improving the lives of all those they provide care for.
13 Dec 2011
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www.npbusiness**** More than any other question I receive, this question is asked each and every day. In just under ten minutes I tell you how you can open your own healthcare practice.
13 Dec 2011
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January 2007 (Medialink) -- Siemens Medical Solutions completed its transition to an integrated diagnostics company with the close of its $5.3 billion dollar acquisition of Bayer Diagnostics. This acquisition, combined with Siemens recent $1.8 billion dollar acquisition of Diagnostic Products Corporation (DPC) makes Siemens the first healthcare solutions company to integrate medical imaging, in vivo and in vitro diagnostics, and information technology within an entire healthcare network. Siemens will introduce "molecular medicine where diagnostic imaging ("in vivo") converges with lab diagnostics ("in-vitro"), all linked by information technology to provide clinicians with the tightly integrated tools needed to deliver high quality, efficient healthcare to patients. Healthcare professionals agree that the single most important advantage a patient can have when faced with a life-threatening disease is early detection. A faster diagnosis enables a quicker start to appropriate therapy. Siemens is perfectly positioned to play a critical role in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of patients across the globe.
5 Jan 2007
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Terry Silverlight was invited as a guest performer clinician at PASIC and this video is an excerpt. Terry's presentation was based upon his drum instruction book, THE FEATURED DRUMMER, published by Music Sales. The book is accompanied by an audio CD which Terry is playing along to on this video. That's John Patitucci playing 6-string electric bass. Special thanks to PASIC for allowing the viewing of this video. Purchase Terry Silverlight's CD "WILD!" at iTunes****, CDBaby**** or www.terrysilverlight****. The CD features Terry's drumming and original music with stellar performances by Will Lee, Paul Shaffer, Edgar Winter, Hiram Bullock, Chuck Loeb and others. Purchase Terry's drum instruction books, THE FEATURED DRUMMER and THE STICK BAG OF JAZZ, FUNK, FUSION, published by Music Sales, at Borders, Barnes & Noble, and anywhere music instruction books are sold. The book is accompanied by an audio CD of Terry playing the exercises backed by Barry Miles and John Patitucci.
8 Feb 2007
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First New Class of Topical Antibacterials in Nearly Two Decades GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE: GSK) announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved its antibacterial Altabax for the topical treatment of impetigo due to susceptible strains of Staphylococcus aureus or Streptococcus pyogenes, the two most common types of bacteria in this kind of infection. Altabax represents the first new class of prescription topical antibacterials to be approved by the FDA in nearly two decades. Altabax is indicated for use twice daily for a five-day period in patients nine months of age and older. Other prescription topical antibacterials are used as much as three times daily for up to 12 days. "The introduction of Altabax comes at a time when antibiotic resistance is at an increasingly high level," said Stan Block, MD, President, Kentucky Pediatric and Adult Research Inc. "Altabax provides clinicians with a convenient new means to effectively fight the bacteria that cause impetigo through an effect that is different from other antibiotics. In vitro, this new topical antibiotic has shown a low potential for the development of resistance, possibly because it works in a unique manner compared to other antibiotics." Impetigo is a highly contagious infection of the top layers of the skin and is most common among infants and children ages 2 to 6 years. Children are especially susceptible to infections because their immune systems are still developing. Impetigo spreads easily in schools and child care settings, as well as anywhere groups of people are in close contact.
15 Apr 2007
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Visit www.whosp**** - Mr William S from Davenpory, Iowa was suffering from a very serious and complex Mitral valve condition. He approached many hospitals but was told that he is a very high risk case. Finally he did some research and chose to come Wockhardt Heart Hospital at Bangalore for the surgery. This hospital has set many a global benchmarks including performing the first coronary bypass surgery along with an aortic valve replacement without using general anaesthesia or ventilator support while the patient was on a heart lung machine.The technique of high thoracic epidural analgesia is a highly precision based methodology which involves injection of micro doses of local anaesthetic in the epidural space around the spinal cord which anaesthetises only the chest region while the rest of the system is fully awake. In this film Mr William talks about his positive experience of getting this complex surgery done at Wockhardt Heart Hospital in Bangalore, which saved his life. India is now a preferred destination for cardiac patients from all over the US, UK, Canada, Middle East and Africas. It is also a teaching center for clinicians from the sub-continent. For more details visit www.whosp**** --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
3 Sep 2007
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Visit www.whosp**** - Ms. Amaogechukwu Ogi a resident of UK was suffering from a very serious and complex Mitral valve condition. She dis her research and chose Wockhardt Heart Hospital at Bangalore for her surgery. This hospital has set many a global benchmarks including performing the first coronary bypass surgery along with an aortic valve replacement without using general anaesthesia or ventilator support while the patient was on a heart lung machine.The technique of high thoracic epidural analgesia is a highly precision based methodology which involves injection of micro doses of local anaesthetic in the epidural space around the spinal cord which anaesthetises only the chest region while the rest of the system is fully awake. In this film Ms Ogi talks about her positive experience of getting this complex surgery done at Wockhardt Heart Hospital in Bangalore, which saved her life. India is now a preferred destination for cardiac patients not only in India but also from all over the US, UK, Canada, Middle East and Africas. It is also a teaching center for clinicians from the sub-continent. For more details visit www.whosp**** --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
18 Sep 2007
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If you are one of the millions of Americans who suffer from low back pain, some new recommendations may help your treatment. The American College of Physicians (ACP), the nation's largest medical specialty organization, and the American Pain Society (APS) have issued joint guidelines for treating and diagnosing low back pain. One of the key recommendations is that clinicians should not routinely order imaging tests such as X-rays, CT scans, or MRIs for patients with nonspecific pain since there is no evidence they improve patient outcomes.
5 Oct 2007
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MicrobeWorld visits the Marian Koshland Science Museum for “Microbe Lab,” a free day of activities for the general public. In this episode we interview Erika Shugart, deputy director of the Koshland Museum, about “Microbe Lab” and the Crack Koshie’s Curious Case: A Disease Detective Mission activity. Next, we talk with Nagla Fetouh, Education Program Manager for the Koshland Museum, who led a disease exchange activity that teaches people about ways to control the spread of infectious disease by participating in a simulation that shows just how fast illness can spread. Finally, Eric Flem, Communications Manager for Nikon Instruments, Inc., led us through a demonstration of Nikon’s Coolscope. A state of the art microscope used by clinicians and educators that has the ability to broadcast images live on the internet.
5 Feb 2008
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*******mucony**** Jazz Alto Sax A member of BMI, Steve's publishing company - Slagle Music - has a long list of original compositions. His sax quartets are published by Advance Music and Mingus Big Band arrangements are published by Hal Leonard as well as currently played by the MBB. Steve is a long time faculty member at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music (MSM) and is also a clinician and performer worldwide.
29 Feb 2008
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