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(HealthDay) —Taking the breast cancer drug tamoxifen for a decade, instead of the standard five years, further reduces the long-term chances of recurrence and risk of dying from the disease, new British …

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(HealthDay)—An experimental cancer drug may delay the progression of some advanced breast cancers, while a double dose of an existing cancer drug could help women live longer, according to separate studies …

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Dr. Joel Fast is a Willamette Valley native who believes strongly in the ‘work hard – play hard’ philosophy of life. You will find him snowboarding at Mt. Hood in the winter, and competing in triathlons or fund raiser cycling events come summer. Motorcycle road trips, travelling near and far, mountain climbing, scuba diving, and wine tasting are amongst his other passions. His undergraduate studies were completed at Oregon State University where he became a Beaver Believer! After graduating from OHSU School of Dentistry in 2006, he spent several years giving back to the community by serving the underprivileged in rural NE Washington. He also volunteered for humanitarian dental trips to Honduras and Jamaica before returning home to establish himself at Bull Mountain Dental Images.

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PrimeNet, Inc. introduces PrimeNet

Tom Kear, Executive
Director PharmNet

Annual increases of 10% to 16% in the costs of prescription drug
programs continue to attract the attention of the Personnel Departments
in companies throughout the region. Frequently the question is asked,
“What are the highest costs components of the prescription
drug program?”

Approximately 100,000 prescriptions in a recent review confirms
the continuation of trends observed over the last few years. Previously,
in this space, we have presented specific factors which contribute
to the increasing prescription drug costs. Now we are examining
the effect those factors produce.

Brand name drugs continue to have a disproportionate impact on
program costs. While brand name drugs account for approximately
65% of all prescriptions, they account for about 85% of the plan
costs1. This translates to an average of $86 for a 30 day supply
of brand name prescription, versus $39 for a generic.

Ten of the drugs, or one half of one percent of all drugs prescribed
in this study account for 12% of the number of prescriptions and
22% of plan costs. Those ten drugs are #1 Lipitor, #2 Prilosec,
#3 Previcid, #4 Claritin, #5 Celebrex, #6 Zoloft, #7 Zocor, #8 Zithromax,
#9 Imitrex, #10 Prozac. The average cost for a 30 day prescription
of these 10 drugs was $152. This compares to an overall average
of $55 for all 30 day prescriptions.

When evaluating therapeutic drug classes, the top 10 classes (8%
of all drug classes listed) represent 41% of all prescriptions and
58% of plan cost. The top 3 classes (2% of all drug classes listed)
consist of #1 Gastro-Intestinal drugs, #2 Lipid lowering drugs and
#3 Anti-Depressants. These 3 classes account for 14% of all prescriptions
and 26% of plan costs.

10% of those participating in the program account for 29% of all
prescriptions and 42% of plan costs. Average monthly cost per participant
in this group is approximately 9 times the average monthly cost
per participant of the remaining 90% of the plan members.

1. Plan Cost – All cost comparisons are based on amounts
billed by the dispensing pharmacy

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Antibiotics are used for treatment or prevention of bacterial infection. Other classes of drugs, most notably the sulfonamides, may be effective antibacterials. Similarly, some antibiotics may have secondary uses, such as the use of demeclocycline (Declomycin, a tetracycline derivative) to treat the syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) secretion. Other antibiotics may be useful in treating protozoal infections.

 

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Minocin

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Neggram

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Noroxin

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What is a generic pill?

Very often our web site visitors ask us about generic medications. In this section we have placed some useful information about generic pills in general and about the ones we have in our product list. “

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Tattoos & Raw Oysters Can Kill You!

How many of you have a tattoo? How many of you with tattoos were warned of the dangers and health risks getting a tattoo exposed you to? Were you told that you could die as a result of getting your tattoo?

Are you contemplating getting a tattoo? If you are, be warned as there is a serious risk involved that could result in your death. It may make you think twice before you use your skin as an art display.

Yeah, I know that millions of people have tattoos and have never had any ill effects from getting them, HOWEVER, not everyone falls in that category. Consider what happened to a ” on his leg and then died a few days later.

First of all, everyone getting a tattoo should be warned to not go swimming for a period of time, generally several weeks to allow the skin to heal and seal. This is because a tattoo is made by many small punctures through the skin. Those holes in the skin can allow harmful bacteria to enter the body and many bodies of water, from oceans, lakes, rivers, ponds, streams and even swimming pools can and often do harbor dangerous bacteria.

That’s what happen to the man. ” after getting his tattoo, he went swimming in the Gulf of Mexico. Only a few days later, he got sick and started to chill and run a fever. The skin on his leg where the tattoo had just been applied became red and inflamed. The man went to the hospital and shortly thereafter, the area of the tattoo turned from red to purple and developed large fluid filled blisters. The speed at which his condition got worse concerned doctors and led them to believe that the man had contracted a bacteria known as Vibrio vulnificus.

The doctors started immediate treatment, giving the man ” from the time he was admitted and they diagnosed the cause. However, despite the aggressive treatment he was given, the man developed septic shock and died. His condition was complicated by his having a chronic liver disease.

” is a form of deadly flesh-eating bacteria. It multiplies rapidly and literally eats a person’s flesh and ultimately killing them. This particular bacteria is halophilic, meaning it requires salt water, which is why it is found in ocean water. It also requires warmer temperatures which is why it is more common in the summer than other times of the year. Not only can a person contract this deadly virus by swimming in the ocean after getting a tattoo, but it can also enter the body via any wound on the skin and by eating infected raw oysters.

In “, a 67-year-old man from Maryland had recently suffered a cut on his leg but decided to go swimming near his home in Ocean City. He contracted Vibrio vulnificus through the cut on his leg. In an attempt to save the man’s life, doctors amputate his leg, but the bacteria had already entered his bloodstream. He died within four days.

In “, it was reported that there were already over 10 cases of Vibrio vulnificus in Florida in the early part of summer. Two of the 10 cases died. One 26-year-old man died within 2 days of swimming in the ocean. This report also stated that some of the 10 cases so far had contracted the deadly flesh-eating bacteria from eating raw oysters. It’s also possible to contract the bacteria from eating other infected raw seafood, but seems most prevalent in oysters.

Now let me ask how many of you enjoy eating raw oysters? Do you think you’ll continue to do so after reading this? Are they worth the risk?

Bottom line, avoid swimming in the ocean with any open wound or even one with a scab that is healing. Also, avoid eating raw oysters and other raw seafood.

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Concorde in Memphis – Advanced Respiratory Therapy

As
an Advanced Respiratory Therapist, you deal with one of the
critical life-sustaining functions of the human body – breathing.
Our Advanced Respiratory Therapy Program is designed for those
of you that have passed the NBRC Entry Level Exam and completed
62 semester hours of college credit. This program opens more
doors within your profession. Some hospitals require the advanced
credentials in order to work with neonates or in intensive
care settings. By increasing knowledge in the field, you increase
your chances of acquiring the better jobs.

As an Advanced Respiratory Therapist, you will deal with life
and death issues on a daily basis. You will conduct diagnostic
testing procedures and administer treatments to improve patients’
breathing, as well as implement and monitor life support equipment.

You will diagnose and manage heart/lung deficiencies and abnormalities,
and use sophisticated equipment to measure lung function and
monitor heart functions. You might treat newborns, trauma
victims, drowning victims, and patients suffering from asthma,
bronchitis, coronary heart disease, emphysema, and pneumonia.

program

Our Advanced Respiratory Therapy Program is 24 weeks long.

externship

In addition to the realistic laboratory environment Concorde
provides, we also offer a hands-on working experience in various
hospital settings called clinical rotations. Our Advanced
Respiratory Therapy program provides 180 hours of clinical
experience.

Oxygen
Therapy
Bronchodilator

Chest
Physiotherapy
Patient
Teaching and Instruction
ECG
Ventilator
and Airway Management
Bronchoscopy
Assistant
Arterial
Blood Gas Analysis
Pulmonary
Function Testing
Home
Respiratory Care
Trauma
and CPR Team
Pulmonary
Rehabilitation
NICU
monitoring
Hemodynamic
monitoring
Chest
tube theory
Advanced
pharmacology
ACLS
protocol
Renal
affects on the respiratory patient

RTs
work primarily in hospital and clinical environments.
Skilled
Nursing Facilities
Pulmonary
Physicians offices and clinics
Home
Care Companies
Rehabilitation
Hospitals
Respiratory
Therapy Instruction
Pulmonary
Function and Sleep Labs
Government
Hospitals and Research Facilities
Equipment
Sales, Repair, and Manufacturing
Pharmaceutical
Sales

We could tell you… “Absolutely.” But, what we
prefer to do is to encourage you to do the research yourself.
Get a copy of your local newspaper and read through the allied
health job listings. Look for your potential job category
and see for yourself how many great opportunities will be
available to you when you complete your Concorde training.
Jump online and search some of the excellent job resource
websites for opportunities in your field. The jobs are out
there… so don’t wait any longer if you want to work in allied
health. Come to Concorde and we’ll prepare you quickly and
thoroughly for your new career.

Concorde
Career College Advanced Respiratory Therapy
      Program Certificate of Completion

Graduates
of this program will be eligible to take the National
      Board of Respiratory Care Registred
Respiratory Therapist
      (RRT) Exam (written and clinical
simulation).
Graduates
of this program will hold Healthcare Provider CPR
      certification from the American
Heart Association.

We know how important this question is to most of you. We
have found that our program costs may change slightly with
each new session. For that reason, we are unable to provide
cost information on our website. We are, however, very happy
to discuss our current program costs with you personally.
Please give us a call anytime. Just tell your Representative
that you visited our website and would like information about
our program.

If you have questions about financial aid, your Representative
will tell you all about excellent Financial
Aid
staff who are here specifically to help you fund your
education.

 

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NPA Family HealthCare

Welcome to NPA Family HealthCare

NPA provides Primary healthcare and Urgent care for all ages. We function similar to any primary care doctor’s office or walk in clinic. We are currently accepting new patients and we welcome walk in patients as well. Our focus is on treatment of acute illnesses, health promotion, health maintenance for those with chronic healthcare problems, and health prevention for those who are well and wish to remain well.

We use new technology and adhere to the highest standards of care to date. Our health services and procedures are provided by an experienced team of board certified Family Nurse Practitioners (FNP) who are compassionate and incorporate a holistic approach to care. Our FNPs can write precriptions and perform minor procedures in the office as well as refer you out for major diagnostic test or to any Medical specialists that maybe needed to aid in your care.

We accept most major private insurance payors as well as Medicare and TennCare and we have special discount rates for self paying patients who pay at the time of care.

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Lotrisone Prescription

Drug Name

Lamisil (Terbinafine)

Drug Uses

Lamisil is exploited for treating fungous infections of the fingernails and toenails.

How to use

Use Lamisil as directed by your md. Check the tag on the medication for take dosing instructions.

Take Lamisil by sass with or without nutrient.

Lamisil is commonly interpreted for 6 to 12 weeks depending on your term. Maximum benefits may not be seen for various months abaft discontinuing discourse; this includes the clip catamenia requisite for the emergence of respectable nab.

To unclutter up your contagion whole, payoff Lamisil for the wide class of intervention. Keep fetching it tied if you commence to see melioration earlier the end of your therapy.

Drug Class and Mechanism

Lamisil is an fungicide broker. It plant by kill medium fungi.

Missed Dose

If you drop a superman of Brand Amoxil, takings it as presently as potential. If it is well-nigh sentence for your adjacent pane, hop the lost pane and go backrest to your fixture dosing agenda. Do not takings 2 doses at erst.

Storage

Store at board temperature 77 degrees F (25 degrees C) aside from twinkle and wet. Do not storage in the lavatory. Keep all medicines out from children and pets.

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I recommend this quality walker bag because of the cool colors and ease of attachment to any walker. The seven Velcro straps attach the bag securely at the top and sides. It features both front and rear pockets to keep your things organized and easily accessible. This bag can stay attached when the walker is folded and continues to be a top seller.

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