O candidato à Presidência da República, Jair Bolsonaro, internado em unidade semi-intensiva, passou por um procedimento para drenagem de líquido que estava ao lado do intestino, segundo boletim médico divulgado nesta tarde pelo Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein, onde ele está sendo tratado desde o último dia 7. Após constatar uma elevação de temperatura para 37,7ºC, os médicos fizeram uma tomografia de tórax e abdômen em Bolsonaro. Os exames mostraram “pequena coleção de líquido ao lado do intestino”, o que levou ao procedimento. Neste momento, ele está com dreno no local e evolui sem dor. Bolsonaro recebeu uma facada durante ato de campanha no último dia 6, em Juiz de Fora (MG). Após ter sido atendido na Santa Casa da cidade, onde chegou a passar por uma cirurgia, ele foi transferido, a pedido da família, para o Hospital Albert Einstein, na capital paulista, na manhã do dia 7. (Foto: reprodução/ Instagram) #bolsonaro#candidato#eleicoes#uti#drenagem#hospital
Ive learnt the hard way this time round. Being stubborn gets you nowhere! I have always tried to get on with my life, work, social activities and fitness being some of the few things that are important to me and I’ve never wanted my health to win or get the better of me as I have always felt that if I can’t manage it or let my health get out of control then I’ve failed! Ive been worried that I will be a burden on friends and family, as well as feeling like I’ve let people down. So I’ve continued to push myself when deep down I knew I was seriously unwell and it’s led to a very serious wake up call and a very much unplanned but needed visit into hospital, I have been here for a few days and will continue to be here for at least another five days. Just from avoiding and ignoring what was going on with my body I’ve now ended up with mutual health problems and complications as well as mentally bringing myself to rock bottom. I’ve now learnt not to fight against my body as it will be a battle I will not win and to try and change the way I think towards my health. It’s a working progress physically and mentally but I’m determined to get there! Needless to say I wouldn’t of coped if it wasn’t for my closet friends and family being there for me, thank you doesn’t do justice for what they have done to look after me ❤️ #sufferer#crohnsdisease#ulcerativecolitis#crohnscolitis#illness#chronicillness#health#wellbeing#physical#mental#battle#hospital#ibdawareness#ibd#fighting#body#friends#family#lovedones#learning#lessonslearned#crohnsandcolitisuk
So update on this hospital stay. I’ve been having GI issues for a while now, but recently I haven’t been able to keep any down. Because of that my doctor had me go to the hospital. When I came in I was in acidosis with my kidneys close to shutting down. I also was in complete electrolyte imbalance and starting malnutrition. Since I’ve been here the Nephrology team has gotten my ph back in range. I have had an endoscopy, which they just did to rule things out and was fine. They have been replacing everything through IV and I’ve been having my heart monitored. But I still haven’t been able to tolerate orally and not allowed to get up with out them with me. The floor doctor doesn’t have a plan and doesn’t understand my other conditions going on. GI finally came around again today after waiting days for him and he has hopes for this new medication. He also want a certain tear done but as outpatient. As of right now I feel like I have no control but I hope GI is right with the med. I’m also just hoping for something to change so that I can get discharged.
Las doctoras #Lupita y #Pelela recorriendo el #hospital donde hacemos intervenciones con personas que están en la sala de espera, usuarios pacientes y el personal, porque ellos también necesitan un #abrazo , una #sonrisa la espera por atención en urgencia es larga, y las jornadas de trabajo son extenuantes.💪🏻🤡👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🤗🤣
Você sabia que um novo perfil de clinicas médicas populares está tomando conta da saúde privada em nosso país (segundo matéria do jornal O Globo de 02/12/2017)?
Você sabia que a maior startup do país em 2017 é uma empresa do nicho da saúde popular (segundo matéria da VEJA-SP)?
Você sabia que 50% dos usuários destas clinicas são originários do transbordo do SUS (segundo dados do SEBRAE)?
Você sabia que de janeiro de 2015 a dezembro de 2017, 03 milhões de brasileiros deixaram de ter condições de ter seus planos de saúde privados (segundo dados da Agência Nacional de Saúde Suplementar) e que esta população que já teve acesso a planos de saúde privados e hoje não tem mais condições de pagar, dificilmente aceita ir para o SUS e está migrando para as clínicas populares (segundo dados do SEBRAE)?
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Finally home after yet another anaphylaxis just over two months from the last one.
Was off my antihistamines for 4 nearly 5 days ready for my immunology appointment until suddenly I reacted to something. Nothing with nuts in... had immunology appointment which suggest it could be something called lupin which is closely associated with nuts. It can be found in some forms of pastry, pasta and bread. Mainly things imported from European countries.
Anyway skin test was too risky so have 3 lots of bloods taken to be tested for basically everything... Find out in 2-3 exactly what I'm allergic too.
CLC MEMBER FEATURE:
My name is Andreia and I’m a Portuguese young woman living in the UK. I am happy to be sharing my story that can somehow help people in the same situation.
Mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD), a rare autoimmune disorder that features signs and symptoms of three different disorders: Lupus, Scleroderma and Polymyositis. Associated with the disease I developed Raynaud's Phenomenon and Anxious Syndrome.
I discovered the first signs of Raynaud's Phenomenon in 2013, they were visible on the hands and feet especially on colder days and when I went through stressful situations. I went to the GP and the doctor said that her hands were colder than mine. They didn’t ask for the necessary blood tests, so the situation was getting worse.
My life changed in 2014 when I was diagnosed with MCTD, already at an advanced stage. After two months of hospitalization and some misdiagnosis, there was no improvement and losing my motor skills and weight. I couldn’t eat or shower without help. Dr. Alexandre Sepriano saved my life when he decided to take me from Infectiology (they assumed I had meningitis) to Rheumatology. The next morning, I was able to walk. Four years have passed, and the disease has been mostly inactive, except in 2017 when I’ve made a bad choice in my life.
Despite having a life dependent on medicines and having limitations in my daily life, I never gave up on my goals. I always worked and studied at the same time and nothing makes me prouder than having a Law degree from the most reputed School of Law in Portugal. My goal is to do a specialization in Human Rights in the UK. And to be able to have children in a healthy and peaceful way.
I always feel that I fight against my slow and disobedient body. It just doesn’t follow my mind. Anything that demands physical effort has become a challenge for me, but nothing is impossible. Yes, I am incurable and for me, every day is a new beginning.
On my way to being back to my happy healthy self ✨ Have only had a handful of good days these past months and today is one of them 👍🏼 This health roller coaster i’m on is teaching me so many lessons, especially about the in’s and outs of the health system... your health’s in your own hands and the doctors not always gonna bend over backwards for you (from my experience). I’m in today to see a special tummy doctor, 3 weeks ahead of an original appointment, thanks to some connections a few strings pulled... YAY😊⭐️ So bloody grateful 🙏🏼
I started my day by holding the hand of a dear patient while they passed on. It was the hardest thing I’ve had to do thus far as a nurse.
I feel honored to have spent the last few days & moments on this earth with them, but it doesn’t make it any easier.
I love my job and the lives we are a part of, the lives we fight to save. I only hope that when my patients move on, in this life or the next, they know how much we cared for them and worked to make them whole again. 😔
Fellow nurses, how do you deal with things like this? .
Matemática e Parkinson: por que não?
Hoje a emoção tomou conta da família #Mattics 🎮
Um projeto que usa a matemática como transformação social. Evidencia contribuições de como podemos utilizá-la para transformar salas de aulas sombrias em lugares de sonhos e de desenvolvimento cognitivo, social e de valorização humana. O trabalho evidencia centenas de vozes de alunos e de diferentes profissionais que se uniram para pensar em ações de relevância social, incentivando uma nova geração de jovens engajados com a formação em matemática a partir da produção de jogos e dispositivos de robótica que auxiliam no tratamento de Parkinson. #math#robotics#Parkinson#games#Hospital#InstitutoFederalGoiano
Una mujer de origen británico acudió al centro de urgencias de El Mojón, en el término municipal de Arona (Tenerife) porque sentía dolor en sus partes íntimas. .
Los médicos de guardia la inspeccionaron y vieron que las molestias se debían a que la mujer, residente en la isla, tenía una tortuga muerta en el interior de la vagina, lo que le había provocado una infección seria.
Ante el desconcertante hallazgo, los sanitarios decidieron avisar a la Policía, que se desplazó hasta el centro de urgencias. .
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💟 Comer bem é super importante! 💟 ⠀
Adultos gostam de ganhar doces e de comer doces quando estão tristes, mas é muito importante que nós entendamos que alimentar bem o seu bebê é a maior demonstração de carinho que você pode dar nessas horas. ⠀
😙 Quando se diz ao filho "Se comer tudo pode ganhar sobremesa!" na verdade estamos dizendo a ele que se alimentar corretamente é uma tarefa ruim e que será recompensado no final com o que realmente importa: o doce! ⠀
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Projeto institucional para da Spesworld, organização não-governamental de amparo à crianças em risco em Uganda-África. Escola, hospital, orfanato, hospedagem e administração do complexo constituem o programa básico deste belo projeto! #arquitetura#projeto#escola#hospital#orfanato#crianças
Plan, organize and direct the activities of a large supply operation including centralized ordering, receiving, storing, processing, packing, and issuing of a wide variety of healthcare supplies.
I had the opportunity to listen to previous Colts football player Ben Utech speak about leadership this week as a Columbus Regional Health employee. Ben was kind enough to basically walk us through the life of a NFL player, one who is a SuperBowl champion, but do so in relation to leadership, caring, and being a family. •
Ben related everything to culture. As for the NFL, the Colts players were engulfed in the culture of brotherhood and leadership. They were expected to act a specific way. They had cameras on them at all times to hold them to higher standards. And that culture shaped them into the men they were on that field. The men that lead them to be selfless. The mean who trusted one another. The men who came out on top against the Bears for a Super bowl victory🏉
I took so much of what Ben said home with me. I need to evaluate my culture and the effect it has on me. So tell me, do you have a positive culture, one that lifts you up and allows you to reach your goals? 💫Or are you surrounded by negative energy that fills your cup of murky water? •
Whichever it may be, how does that effect you?🤔 #Colts#football#leaders#culture#LiftYourLife#attitude#redhairdontcare#hospital#scrublife
You do not know what exactly the feeling is & you've had been failing to name it for a long time now. Somedays, it literally makes you go insane, want to scream outloud & to escape somewhere far away because you feel helpless, absolutely helpless!
The day you find out it is called "compassion fatigue", you giggle and wonder if it could be possible because you know you are anything but compassionate. You know you have had developed anger, cynicism & negativity as personality traits over the years but then you figure all that negativity was infact the emotional fatigue sequelae. Finding out the word for something you were having a hard time dealing with, did not help at all. You refuse to offer help to this strange depersonalised entity that has pervaded & taken over your former self.
Being exposed, on daily basis, to extreme poverty & deprivation, endless class oppression, injustice & suffering leaves you feeling emotionally bereft at the end of the day. That anything you try to do would be insufficient and futile in the end.
They do not have enough pieces of paper to afford health, something that's supposed to be their fundamental right. Yet what winds you up more is the sheer callousness and lack of gratitude of the same disenfranchised people you truly empathize with. What is more emotionally & physically draining than being paid in peanuts for your vicariously traumatizing labour is knowing that you are investing your knowledge, skills, time & emotional energy in well being of the ungrateful people who would even take you for granted & take advantage of your goodwill.
And guess what, you are right there, still standing rooted to the spot.