An injury triggers pain as well as an individual experiencing type pain in the back caused as a result of an injury required for symptomatic treatment.Nonetheless, if the individual remembers drawing a muscle, or lifting a heavy item, the doctor's task becomes that a lot easier, as he obtains a fair suggestion of what to search for and where to start.It is difficult to envision that a person can create chronic neck and back pain without any reason.At times, this therapy might function and the pain might go away in a couple of days.Attempting to obtain clinical treatment for the pain in the back at this point, might show extremely difficult.The doctor has little information to depend on, so he has to begin near the bottom and also go to the root of the problem.If you are a person, do you feel like your medical professional does not listen to your concerns and also or never has time to address any of your questions yet has time to expense you?Listen to your own inner instincts and also pay attention to your very own sensations.Persistent pain in the back without cause can be diagnosed swiftly if there is no significant injury and the therapy can begin.
The NHS could be forced to waste coronavirus vaccines if it does not offer leeway for medics to vaccinate beyond the designated at-risk groups.The current cohort is group seven of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation’s priority list, which takes in 60- to 64-year-olds. Over-65s, health workers, the clinically vulnerable, and care home residents should already have been offered the jab.But the success and speed of the vaccination programme has seen some of those delivering it left with empty clinics and spare doses after reaching the end of the list for their eligible cohorts, and now medics are asking for permission to continue vaccinating into the next group should that occur.Pharmacist Ade Williams had been giving out the vaccine at a local church hall in Bedminster, which he set up with a capacity for 1,000 vaccinations a week.After weeks of full take-up, the number of people attending for vaccines has slowed to a trickle and the makeshift clinic, which he must dismantle at the end of every day, is now intermittently closed when demand is particularly low.On days when supply outstrips demand, Williams is careful to ensure there is no wastage by returning to his pharmacy, checking his lists of those who are eligible and calling them in at short notice. This has proven more tricky where cohorts are older, less mobile and unable to travel quickly.So far, he has not been left with any unused vaccine, but he is calling on the NHS to allow him to shutter the makeshift clinic and deliver a lesser number of vaccinations from his pharmacy – and permit him to vaccinate outside the cohort group.He said: “It may be a case of having a more nuanced approach whereby we are able to open to other priority groups.”Dr Rosie Shire, who works as a GP in Cheshire, has also been running a pop-up vaccination clinic. The uptake has been so successful that a few weeks ago, she finished vaccinating cohort 4 and asked if she could progress to cohort 5.Dr Shire says this was refused and her clinic was informed it must help other local practices by diverting any leftover vaccines.Diverting supplies to places in need, as the guidance states, sounds sensible but in practice it can be difficult to arrange at short notice given the vaccine’s short shelf life and the sub-zero temperatures that the Pfizer vials must be kept at.Dr Shire, who has transported the Oxford/Astra Zeneca vaccine for home visits, said: “I believe there has been a list of limitations on moving it between vaccine sites.”Like Williams, Dr Shire has been careful not to risk any wastage, but says she has heard rumours of places that have had to throw away doses because of these rules.Dr Shire says there were also unconfirmed rumours earlier in the programme that anyone who reached the end of their cohort would not be paid for delivering second vaccinations ahead of the official go-ahead, and even risked losing their licences.She said: “If you could say: ‘Well, you know what, let’s use some second vaccines in this case because there’s three people in the clinic next door who can just have it,’ then it would be done.”She says the issue is creating bottlenecks each time a new cohort is sanctioned, before once again trickling to a halt while the rest of the country catches up.Speaking on behalf of the Doctors’ Association, she told HuffPost UK: “We had a backup plan, we had it from early on. When you are actually holding a vial, it feels like gold. You’re so scared of dropping it because you know they are so precious. We just do not want them to go to waste – they definitely need to be used.”Dr Shire’s clinic recently reached the end of its quota for the day and found itself in possession of a spare dose.  She said: “The vaccine clinic I’ve worked in is in a big community building which has a library and leisure services. I had one dose left and I knew it needed to be used. I rushed around and found the manager of that building and we gave it to him. We reasoned he is going to be public-facing and he’s in a community role. I was trying to think creatively.“It’s going to be hard for someone who finds themselves with three doses left at the end of the day. I was determined not to waste it but that was my choice. Someone else might have to go straight home at the end of the day, so what do you do?”On Twitter, a paramedic recounted entering a supermarket and asking people they suspected might fit within the cohort if they would like a vaccine as their clinic had some leftover. Jules Mattsson later deleted the tweet because of complaints it could legitimise scammers pretending to be delivering the vaccine.Ok so some are uncomfortable with me telling that story because of risk of legitimising scammers etc so I'm going to delete it, but I hope the tale was able to bring you some joy (ps. I don't suggest following random people offering vaccines, except maybe next to an NHS vax site)— Jules Mattsson (@julesmattsson) February 14, 2021Alert systems are great to prevent wastage but what we really need is permission to book the next cohorts in so we get full, pre-planned clinics for efficient mass vaccination. We are all set up and ready to go but running out of patients!— Leah Hardy (@LeahFHardy) February 2, 2021I don’t think it needs to be either or. My vaccination hub has capacity to do 490 a day and is currently doing 300 as they’re not allowed to ‘move on’ down the cohorts until told.Teachers are vital if our kids are not to miss out on even more. We need them there!— Nurse C (@NurseC21) February 23, 2021Several others have tweeted that their clinics are running out of patients and complained that they have not been able to book in their next cohorts for “full, pre-planned clinics for efficient mass vaccination”. Dr Shire knows of one clinic which shut down for a week because it reached the end of its cohort. She said: “It’s not been great.”Other clinics have been forced to close due to low vaccine uptake for less positive reasons. The John Scott Centre, in Hackney, closed early on three days in the first week of February, prompting concern about vaccine hesitancy among the borough’s BAME communities, which make up 45% of its population. Like Williams, Dr Shire is calling for flexibility and greater transparency about the delivery of the vaccine.NHS England guidance states the vaccine should not be given to people outside of the designated cohorts. Official literature addressed to vaccination sites from earlier this month states: “It is absolutely permissible and indeed encouraged, to have reserve lists of recipients who can come in at short notice if vaccine is still available. However, these lists should only be drawn from eligible recipients in these cohorts.”Dr Shire said: “If there was more information about what we were getting, we could plan better. And that’s been part of the issue. You only find out the week before. If you had enough notice you’d book the right amount and you wouldn’t have this issue.”Asked whether she felt that medics should be allowed to vaccinate other cohorts after they filled their quotas, Dr Shire replied: “It’s going against guidance, but equally I think we’ve got to be practical. It would be worse for it to go to waste. On balance, which is worse? We know we don’t want it to go to waste – it’s so precious.”The British Medical Association’s (BMA) stance on the matter is more flexible. A spokesperson told HuffPost UK: “The BMA believes that, above all else, vaccines must not be wasted. GPs will be doing their utmost to make sure the vaccine is given to those within the current cohorts. However, on the very rare occasions that GPs do have doses available and are unable to give the vaccine to patients in cohorts 1-6, then they should offer it to those further down the priority list rather than see vaccines wasted.” The BMA also points out an NHS Primary Care Bulletin dated from January which clearly stated: “Vaccines beyond the current cohorts (1-4) can be offered if there is a risk that current vaccine stock will become unviable if unused.” Another solution would be to decentralise the booking systems and allow the hubs to manage their own appointments and supplies.Williams said: “It’s more cost effective to keep up a certain level of activity and to increase it when the time comes, rather than have a capacity that is redundant because a low level of activity.“At the end of the day it can be soul destroying [...] and for the community as well. It can be very disheartening to see the vaccination centre closed so many days of the week.“We need a much more consistent service model – it makes more sense to try and condense the numbers. When NHS England put forward the proposals, you had to have a plan for delivering at least 1,000 vaccinations a week. What’s happening now is the NHS appointments system is not generating 1,000 appointments a week.”Related...Exclusive: Black LGBT+ Young People Hit Hardest By Covid Mental Health CrisisHere's Who Could Get The Vaccine After The Over-50sChildren Heading To Secondary School With Year 4 Level Education, Teacher WarnsVaccine Rollout Misses Key People: ‘No One Is Safe Until Everyone Is Safe’
Labour leader Keir Starmer and shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds during a visit to the Portsmouth Gin Distillery in Southsea, Portsmouth." src="" />You’re reading The Waugh Zone, our daily politics briefing. Sign up now to get it by email in the evening.It’s February 2021 and Jeremy Corbyn is prime minister, leading the UK’s fight against the Covid pandemic. John McDonnell is chancellor, sitting in his Treasury office and putting the final touches to his spring Budget, aka The People’s Budget.That budget has at its centrepiece the second of the socialist Labour government’s rises in corporation tax, taking it from the 19% inherited from the Tories (the fourth lowest among the world’s richest nations) to 24%. Another hike is planned for next year, part of a policy to raise a huge £23.7bn from companies.Treasury officials, who under Philip Hammond had secretly looked at raising corporation tax as a “low hanging fruit” to get the public finances back in order, are relaxed about McDonnell’s latest move. The chancellor even has on his desk a copy of the Little Red Book he once flung at George Osborne, the man whose deep cuts to the tax had given Labour an easy way to raise cash.Yes, it’s a parallel universe that requires some suspension of disbelief. But many Tory backbenchers can now be forgiven for rubbing their eyes, blinking and seeing the prospect of  Rishi Sunak doing exactly what McDonnell planned. Leaks, so far strangely not denied, suggest Sunak will next week set out a “pathway” towards jacking up corporation tax over the next few years.To make matters even more surreal, if any such increase were included in the coming Budget, it looks like Labour would whip its MPs to vote against it. So we would be likely to see a Tory rebellion against the tax rise, and could see a Labour rebellion in favour of the tax rise. And both sets of rebels would say they were being true to their party’s manifesto promises in 2019. Welcome to pandemic politics.As it happened, Hammond popped up on the BBC to warn Boris Johnson that he must risk popularity and tell some “difficult home truths” about how he would balance the books. The problem with that is the public don’t really seem to be listening. I’m told that Tory party HQ has been taken aback by focus groups that show the voters really don’t care yet about repayment of loans by business let alone the state reducing borrowing.While Hammond jibed that “as a populist government, giving money away is always easier than collecting it in”, it seems the punters really do believe in the Magic Money Tree that Theresa May once used to patronise a nurse in the 2017 election (before losing her majority). Boris Johnson himself often appears to splash the cash, and not a Commons statement goes by without him smiling kindly on pleas from Red Wall Tories for a new school, hospital wing, railway station or bypass in their constituency. But plenty of other Tory MPs certainly are worried about borrowing and debt and think that cutting spending not whacking up taxes is ultimately the only way to do it. As former Treasury aide Sonia Khan predicts on our podcast, it may not be long before there’s a fiscal equivalent of the ERG (the FRG?). And its first cause celebre would be a corporation tax hike. Which brings us back to Labour and Keir Starmer. There is a growing unease among Labour MPs, not all of them Corbyn supporters, at the idea that the party would vote against a rise in taxes it had in its last manifesto. But it’s the Left that is certainly most public, with former chair Ian Lavery telling HuffPost UK today it would be “grotesque” to whip its MPs against the rise.In yet another twist to this story, Starmer’s position is backed up by David Cameron, who told CNN that “piling taxes” onto a fragile economy “wouldn’t make any sense at all”. Indeed this is the orthodoxy among think tanks like the IFS and others. A senior Labour source tells me: “Right now is not the time for tax rises, which would choke off the recovery before it has even started. That is the consensus of all major economists.”That phrase “right now” is of course the crux of the matter. Many in Labour suspect Sunak is merely testing the water with those Budget leaks and don’t expect an actual corporation tax rise before the autumn if at all. The party won’t even say it would agree to tax rises once the economy has recovered from the pandemic, because judging exactly when that point is reached is very difficult indeed.Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds however made clear in a Q&A today that Labour was certainly not ruling out corporation tax hikes in future years. “If we’re talking about a longer term trajectory, let’s have that discussion, let’s make sure that we do have that more effective tax system,” she said. A new poll tonight found that voters in every demographic group support a corporation tax rise. Across all voters, 67% support a rise and 10% oppose it.So why is Starmer so insistent on his ‘no tax rises now’ policy? Well, first he and Dodds have spent months trying to get across this message on council taxes and other hikes. Second, this is all about saying Labour has changed. At his 2019 manifesto launch, Corbyn relished the opprobrium, saying. “I accept the opposition of the billionaires...I accept the hostility of the bad bosses”. In his recent speech, Starmer said business should not be “tolerated or taxed” but should be a partner of government.And unlike the Biden administration, which is in power and can enact a huge spending stimulus matched by corporation tax hikes, Labour strategists think the very fact they are in Opposition restricts their room for maneouvre, especially off the back of that disastrous 2019 election result when few promises are believed any more.Starmer has quietly led a 21st century equivalent of the “prawn cocktail offensive” that Gordon Brown used to get business and the City on board with New Labour in the 1990s. Finance firms and others have been impressed with him, and all the links he built up as shadow Brexit secretary with the CBI, Federation of Small Business and lots of sectoral players have built his reputation. Even this week, shadow City minister Pat McFadden went down very well indeed at the ABI’s annual conference. Ultimately, Starmer’s bet is that the voters will see his party no longer looks trigger-happy about tax rises and would only enact them where absolutely necessary. Similarly, he wants to reassure them that their own taxes will be spent well and not wasted. But above all, he wants to embellish his reputation for credibility and competence.Note too that this talk of partnership with business is not a ruse. It’s a break not just with Corbynism but Milibandism and its pantomime “predators and producers” rhetoric. I’m told that the Labour leader is heavily influenced by the factory his father worked in, which was a small firm at the heart of a community. Its demise is seen as yet another example of governments failing to work with business.Starmer sounds serious about his business partnership. When the UK furlough plan was drafted, one option considered by the Tories was a Germany-style short-working to keep people in post rather than fire them. It foundered because the UK simply lacks the close trade union-state-business relationship found in Germany, where short working kept many in work during the financial crisis. Some Starmer supporters think a Labour government could reshape our economy by being more German (on skills, manufacturing too).One senior party source tells me: “The approach being advocated by Ian Lavery and Richard Burgon is an unintended argument for austerity because it suggests you can fiddle with taxes and spending to pay off debt accumulated in an economic downturn. It’s the mirror of the argument George Osborne made a decade ago.” “Labour must be far more ambitious – we should be the party focused on working with business to grow the economy and tackle the long-term weaknesses of our unequal and insecure economy, which is the way Britain will balance the books,” they add. Ironically this idea of “the proceeds of growth” being the answer to the tax/spend problem is exactly what Cameron and Osborne espoused in Opposition before the financial crash.Back in 2006, the modernising Tories were terrified of being seen as “pro cuts” (hard to believe now, I know). Starmer, who wants to shrug off the image of being “pro taxes”, is opting for his own proceeds of growth policy too. The danger is that just as the Conservatives proved they were “the same old Tories” on austerity, Labour would risk being seen as reverting to type with any major tax hikes at the next election.And that’s the real challenge for Starmer: being consistent. Just as the Tories veered between “Demon Eyes” (too dangerous) and “Bambi” (too soft) attacks on Tony Blair, the party still hasn’t quite found a way to damage Starmer in the eyes of the voters. Johnson again this week tried to paint his opponent as a “vacillator” who changes his mind (having tried and failed to make stick the line he’s a jobbing lawyer who easily changes briefs). If Starmer can persuade the public there’s a right and a wrong time to hike taxes, he could avoid the charge of inconsistency. It won’t be easy, with attacks from left and right. But he clearly thinks it’s a prize worth winning.Related...Ex-Labour Chair Says Starmer's Plan To Oppose Corporation Tax Rise Is ‘Grotesque’Rishi Sunak ‘Risks Sparking ERG-Style Tory Rebellion’ If He Delays Tax HikesOpinion: Starmer Must Dive Headlong Into Britain’s Challenges, Not Simply Dip A Toe
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The global home healthcare market is anticipated to expand at  8.1% CAGR from 2017 to 2023 (forecast period), according to the latest report by Market Research Future (MRFR).Home healthcare provides a range of services including physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, and skilled nursing.The digitization of data has made it simpler for patients to contact physicians and clinicians and gain an accurate diagnosis from the comforts of their home.Browse Sample of the Report @ advances in healthcare and diagnosis equipment and government initiatives encouraging home healthcare are likely to fuel market demand in the forthcoming years.Taking a cue from patient demands, players such as Philips have launched wireless solutions.This is evident by the introduction of CarePoint 5.0, a easy-to-use nurse call system for senior citizens in assisted living facilities and bedridden patients recuperating at home.It analyzes new revenue sources for players and outlines the various strategies implemented by players.Segment OverviewThe global home healthcare market is segmented by product, service, software, and region.
“I don’t ever remember not being needle phobic,” says Alice Morgan, 27, a dance teacher from north London. “Even as a toddler, I remember screaming and trying to run out of the GP surgery – but I have no idea how it started.”Morgan lives with needle phobia (also known as trypanophobia), an intense fear of injections that leaves her shaking and like she can’t catch her breath. “My breathing goes short and shallow and I can’t stop the rising panic,” she says. “I lose all sense of rational thoughts. I feel so hot and dizzy, like I might pass out.”It’s thought one in 10 people in the UK are affected by needle phobia. With 18 million in the UK having had their first dose of the Covid vaccine, a potential 1.8m people with needle phobia have already endured the jab – and those who haven’t are worrying whether they’ll be able to handle it. Hypnotherapy Directory has seen a 1,600% increase in users reading advice on vaccination phobias over the past four months. Morgan has had the first dose of the Covid vaccine, as she runs an elderly support group. “I was quite excited to get it so early and to be part of history,” she says. But the night before getting vaccinated, the fear set in. “I couldn’t sleep at the thought of what would happen,” says Morgan. “The pandemic made me a bad sleeper anyway, but I panicked and worried all night.”Phobias are a coping mechanism – often projected from an experience or someone else’s experience, according to Natasha Crowe, a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. “We go into fight or flight mode, the body starts to react, we look for the threat around us. And that threat could be a needle,” she says.To make matters worse, talk of injections is unavoidable for those with the phobia right now, as the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine has taken centre stage. Dr Robin Bon, 42, based in Leeds, has feared needles since he was nine years old – to the point where he’ll avoid injections and blood tests as much as possible. When faced with them, he’ll feel sick, sweat and experience dizziness.“If there are any procedures with hypodermic needles on TV, I have to look away, and I even feel uneasy when people talk about phlebotomy,” says Bon, who is an associate professor of chemical biology at the Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine, University of Leeds.“Funnily enough, I work in a cardiovascular research institute – being exposed more to pictures of, and information about, the cardiovascular system has desensitised me a bit,” he says. “However, during tutorials for students over the last few years, I must have played a video of a cannulation at least 10 times, and so far I’ve always managed to avoid watching where the needle goes in.”Despite this fear, he was happy when he received the call to have the vaccine – it’s important for him to be protected as he and his wife are carers for their son, who has complex special needs. “We don’t have anyone else who could look after him, so I’m not sure what we would do if we got ill,” he says. On the day of the jab he asked the nurse not to show him the needle or procedure. His kids kept him distracted, too. It was “ok,” he says, “perhaps slightly more intense than a flu jab.”So if you’re in the same position as Morgan and Bon, how can you get through it? The good news is it’s possible to overcome and manage needle phobia. There’s also a nasal spray vaccine in the works for coronavirus, which has been successfully tested on animals and will soon move on to human trials. Bon’s way of dealing with the jab was to weigh up the pros and cons. “Without it, I – or my family – risks getting ill and might then need to deal with a lot more needles and procedures,” he says. The thought of ending up in hospital and having a whole range of procedures done because of catching coronavirus is a lot more frightening to him than having the Covid jab, he adds.For Morgan, limiting exposure to images of the vaccine was key. She also called a friend during the hour-long bus ride to the vaccination centre, which helped calm her. “The whole system at the vaccine centre was brilliant,” she says. “The volunteers and all the staff were so friendly and understanding – the opposite to other medical professionals when I’ve been needle phobic before.“They all stressed to me how brilliant it is that I’m so phobic, but facing it anyway, which is something nobody has ever said to me before.”There were points which exacerbated Morgan’s phobia: being in a vaccination centre meant she was heavily aware there were lots of needles in one place. The cubicles had curtains, but she could see through gaps which made her panic.“The second it was finished, I felt absolutely fine again and the panic and fear disappeared,” she says. She waited around a bit after, as staff were worried she might faint. When fear is triggered, heart rate and blood pressure increase, then rapidly drop. It’s this fall in blood pressure that can cause fainting.Now she knows what to expect, Morgan plans to take headphones and music with her when she goes to have the next dose. “I’ll also make sure I’ve eaten and drank beforehand to reduce my chances of passing out,” she adds.Other things that might help if you have a phobia of needles:Remembering you are in control.Repeating positive affirmations. Crowe suggests someone looking to conquer their fear should think: ‘why am I doing this?’ and ‘what is this about for me?’ It’s about framing it so you tell yourself ‘I’m keeping myself safe’. You can use positive affirmations in this way, repeating something like ‘I’m calm, I’m comfortable, I’m safe,’ she explains.Relaxation. Crowe advises ensuring you’re in the most relaxed state you can possibly be before leaving home. Allow yourself to make sure you’re connected to your breathing, listen to a piece of meditation, some music or do some self-hypnosis, she recommends. “Make sure that you’ve eaten something and drunk something - wellbeing factors are really important,” she adds.Check out this NHS resource on overcoming a fear of needles. Related...I’m Young, Healthy, And Got A ‘Leftover’ Vaccine. I Think I Did The Right ThingHow This Jab-Free Vaccine Trial Is Offering Hope To Needle Phobics7 Reassuring Things About The Covid VaccineThis 10-Minute Wind Down Routine Will Help You Beat Sunday BluesIt's Normal To Want More And Less Lockdown At The Same Time
Content warning: this article contains description of miscarriage“There’s no fresh blood,” the doctor said with a smile. A good sign, I assumed. Less than two weeks after my positive pregnancy test, I found myself in hospital at 4am, in pain and panicking, undergoing a vaginal examination after experiencing some spotting and cramping.She booked me in for a follow-up scan – an invasive vaginal ultrasound scan, which my boyfriend was luckily able to attend, holding my shaking hand.There, we saw our baby, who we affectionately nicknamed ‘Seed’. It was an amazing feeling. Yet the sonographer was concerned the baby was sitting too low in my womb, and booked another scan for Christmas Eve. By Christmas Eve, I was no longer pregnant. Just days before I’m sitting on the toilet, sobbing, too afraid to look down at the bowl. Because I know I have just passed a heavy, fist-sized clot, and my six-week old ‘Seed’ growing inside me, whose heart would just have started beating, is gone. That second scan to confirm my pregnancy? It would confirm what I now knew: I had suffered a miscarriage. Although, maybe that isn’t right. The brutal truth is I continue to suffer for the effects, and will do for a long time. The anaemia, due to the relentless, heavy blood loss was so debilitating even light exercise left me feeling faint and dizzy. Losing that longed-for life growing inside me was ‘a one day and you’re done’ experience. I’ve suffered from heavy periods in my time, doubling up on sanitary pads and tampons, waking up to blood-stained sheets, intense cramping… but this was all of those in one. A total horror show. Merry Christmas.A month later I was still quite overwhelmed, emotionally exhausted and suffering physically, too. The anaemia, due to the relentless, heavy blood loss was so debilitating even light exercise left me feeling faint and dizzy. I was constantly fatigued by the smallest, mundane thing: having a shower, folding the washing, standing by the hob to cook. I felt pathetic.I was prescribed ferrous sulphate as a result, which caused particularly uncomfortable side effects like constipation – when I did actually poop, it felt like I was passing a giant lump of coal both in colour and consistency. Happy New Year.No one tells you about the awkward embarrassment of leaking through to your jeans after not making it in time to change your pad for the fifth time today and it’s only 11am. No one tells you about the extreme bouts of loneliness and isolation or the waves of anger and confusion. No one tells you that you will aimlessly seek answers to questions no one will ever be able to answer.I’d already started to imagine our lives as a three. What pregnancy symptoms would I get? Would it be a boy or girl? I started browsing mummy blogs on Instagram. I messaged my best friends to share my excitement, ask for pregnancy advice, and enjoy the happy news. And then it was all gone.I’ve been through intense bouts of grief before when my mum died three years ago – in a cruel twist of fate, the anniversary of her death was a day after the miscarriage started – and I know pregnancy hormones are powerful, but this was more than that. I’d sob, face red and blotchy, shout and rant in frustration, clinging on as my loving and wonderful boyfriend silently enveloped me in his arms, pulling me to his chest, rocking me and soothing my pain while neglecting his own.I’m a logical person, but I can’t comprehend how I had become so attached, and how I grieve for our Seed so strongly. And the determined, stubborn guilt and self-blame would peck away, even though I knew the overwhelming chances were that this had happened because of something completely out of my control.I gradually began to feel physically better, upping my exercise intensity, taking longer walks outside and feeling generally less exhausted. And after two or so weeks on the medication, I was ready to stop. But the final, brutal knockout blow, after what had already felt like 12 rounds with Anthony Joshua, was still to come: I had to take a pregnancy test. The reason was simple – to confirm that I was no longer pregnant. It was important, due to risk of infection, to wait four weeks after the first symptoms of the miscarriage to make sure no pregnancy tissue or hormones remained inside my bruised, battered, baby-less body.Of course, the test was negative. A single, lonely blue line without its identical friend. “Okay, we can update your records and send it to your GP now, that’s all we need from you,” the early pregnancy nurse said softly, with absolutely no intention of making it sound so like a business transaction. But that was the reality. I was in the business of becoming a mum, and now my plans had been rejected.Author’s note: I would like to say a heartfelt thank you to the Early Pregnancy Unit at Ormskirk Hospital for not dismissing my concerns and distress, for their diligent, kind, attentive and thorough care at a time when I was scared and in pain. All in the middle of a global pandemic.Denise Evans is a freelance journalist. Follow her on Twitter at @denisekevansHave a compelling personal story you want to tell? 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DIY smear tests are to be given to more than 31,000 women in England to encourage them to get tested for HPV from the comfort of their own homes.The trial, run by NHS England, will see swab tests either posted to women or given out by GPs to increase take up of screening for the Human Papillomavirus Virus (HPV), which can lead to cervical cancer.The home swab is a simple way for women to do the test themselves, rather than having one done by a general practice nurse. Research shows 99% of women are able to carry out a self-swab effectively.Initially, the tests will go to women aged 25-64 who are 15 months overdue a check and live in Barnet, Camden, Islington, Newham and Tower Hamlets, where screening attendance is low. London has the lowest cervical screening coverage in the country, which is why the trial is being rolled out there. It’s the first time home smear tests, also called cervical screening, have been trialled in England. It’s being rolled out through 166 GP practices, running until December 2021.Research shows embarrassment is a key reason why women don’t attend a smear test appointment, as well as cultural barriers and fear of the unknown. NHS national clinical director for cancer, Professor Peter Johnson, said there are other reasons why women might not attend an appointment, including Covid. These DIY tests will “make screening easier for thousands of women”. “We would urge every woman to make sure they have their smear test – the earlier HPV is detected the better,” he said. “It could save your life.”The YouScreen trial is being run by NHS England, Public Health England (PHE) and King’s College London (KCL). Women will be able to access a video explaining how to do the test at home.Once complete, swabs can be posted directly to the NHS Cervical Screening Programme’s London laboratory and results will be sent back in the post and to GP surgeries. If the home test detects HPV, women will be invited to attend their GP practice for a standard smear test as a follow-up.Catching more cancers early, when they are easier to treat, is a key part of the NHS Long Term Plan. It’s hoped the DIY tests will help achieve this.Dr Anita Lim, from KCL, who is leading the study, said: “Self-sampling is a game-changer for cervical screening... this simple and convenient swab means it can be done in the privacy and comfort of your own home.”Women who don’t attend regular screening are at the highest risk of developing cervical cancer, she added, “so it’s crucial we find ways like this to make screening easier and protect women from what is a largely preventable cancer”.As well as those who are 15 months overdue a check, women who attend a GP appointment for another reason, and are at least six months overdue a test, will also be offered a home kit. 19,000 women will be posted a kit and 12,000 will be given one by their GP.  Kate Sanger, head of policy and communications at Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, said: “Self-sampling removes so many of the challenges to cervical screening and through our research we know it is very much wanted by women. It has been fantastic to be part of this study and we hope it leads to change that will save lives and the trauma a cervical cancer diagnosis can bring.”Related...As One Million Women Miss Smear Tests During Lockdown, Should We Be Worried?What You Need To Know About Oral Sex And Cancer RisksPersistent Bloating Is A Cancer Symptom. Here's When To Get Help13 Cancer Warning Signs You Should See Your GP AboutBowel Cancer Is Being Missed In The Pandemic. Here's When To Seek Help
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At the start of December, I was looking at graduation from my Master’s Degree program and the completion of my final paper.A capstone to the Master’s program is much like the dissertation to the doctoral program.My journey has been long and along the way I have increased my base of knowledge.What I have learned on this journey will enhance my practical knowledge of wound care and patient care.Health care needs highly knowledgeable leaders to assure patients receive quality care by being good stewards of the money given to promote that care.The only place lacking in this leadership and knowledge, and not seeing the benefits that strong stewardship would lend, is home health care.
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Marie Van Brittan Brown was a nurse who began the home security revolution that directly led to the current and somewhat troubled ecosystem.
Global Pharma and Healthcare Social Media Marketing Market – OverviewPharma and healthcare social media marketing is an area that is extremely relevant to the modern, digital age, where stakeholders in the pharmaceuticals and healthcare industries are reaching out to their potential customers through digital, social media platforms.Social media tools today enable one-to-one interactions among stakeholders and their target customers via content creation, sharing, along with exchange of new ideas and information about products through virtual communities and social networks.Request a PDF Brochure - Pharma and Healthcare Social Media Marketing Market – Notable DevelopmentsSome of the recent developments in the global pharma and healthcare social media marketing market are given below:The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released new guidelines in January 2014, for the pharmaceuticals and healthcare industries defining the regulatory requirements vis-a-vis the marketing submissions for human and animal drugs across social media platforms.Digital Healthcare, Sermo, MomMD, Student Doctors Network, QuantiaMD, Doximity, Healthcare and Medical Software, Orthomind, WeMedUp, Medical Apps, DoctorsHangout, Nurse Zone, All Nurses, Medical Doctors, and OzmosisRequest a Sample of Pharma And Healthcare Social Media Marketing Market: Pharma and Healthcare Social Media Marketing Market – Drivers and RestraintsThere are multiple factors that are helping to drive the overall development of the global pharma and healthcare social media marketing market.One of the key factor for the market growth has been is the ability of leading players to adopt new and innovative marketing strategies to expand their consumer base and gain a better competitive advantage.In recent years, social media platforms have come up as a great tool for the pharma and healthcare companies.These companies have used the social media platform with great innovation and as an effective tool to get amplified results of their marketing efforts.Social media platforms give these companies ability to expand their client base and ultimately dramatically boost the overall brand performance across global markets.All these factors are thus expected to help the overall development of the global pharma and healthcare social media marketing market.Request for Analysis of COVID19 Impact on Pharma And Healthcare Social Media Marketing Market -, there are some factors that are projected restrict the overall development of the global pharma and healthcare social media marketing market.This also follows in the general planning of the respective social media marketing strategies for these companies.Pre-Book Pharma And Healthcare Social Media Marketing Market Report - Pharma and Healthcare Social Media Marketing Market – Geographical OutlookIn terms of geographical segmentation, the global pharma and healthcare social media marketing market, there are five key regions.
Top consultants for Canada immigration Services mentioned in their report that immediate requirement for a registered nurse during pre-coronavirus.This requirement just shot up immediately because of certain patients requiring immediate care and medical support.The professionals do strongly believe that such a requirement will further rise because of the ageing population.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson has cooked up a wild new conspiracy theory about President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden: Their entire 43-year marriage is a sham created for publicity. Carlson, triggered by Valentine’s Day coverage of the overtly affectionate first couple, launched into a riff of over-the-top mock praise of the Bidens’ relationship based on those media reports. “Not since Antony dined with Cleopatra in downtown Antioch ― before they killed themselves, obviously ― has a country witnessed a love story as poignant as Jill and Joe’s,” he sarcastically declared, adding:  “Jill Biden is not Joe’s caretaker. She isn’t his nurse. She’s his fully equal romantic partner. Together, they are like besotted teens, yet, at the same time, they are the wise and knowing parents of a nation.”Carlson specifically cited a Politico report on the Bidens PDA that stated, “Historians and relationship experts agree: The first couple’s romantic gestures aren’t just genuine — they’re restorative.” Then he mocked both the coverage and the couple. “So it’s official: The Bidens’ affection is totally real. It’s in no way part of a slick PR campaign devised by cynical consultants determined to hide the president’s senility by misdirection,” he said, his voice rising a pitch and turning into a cackle. “Not at all! Their love is as real as climate change.”Normally that would mean the first couple’s relationship is on solid footing, given that climate change is real.  But Carlson, like many figures on the right-wing network, is a longtime science denier who has attacked everything from vaccines to climate change... so the comparison wasn’t exactly sincere.  His full monologue is on YouTube. But on social media, critics weren’t exactly feeling the love for Carlson’s latest claims:Will someone please cancel this dishonest a$$?— Khashoggi’s Ghost (@UROCKlive1) February 17, 2021So real then.— Jerome Taylor (@JeromeTaylor) February 17, 2021Tucker couldn't even find a tan suit to attack Biden with— Rumpole of the Bayou (@RumpoleBayou) February 17, 2021I’m watching Biden talk about the inflation index, economic growth, how restructuring small business loans will benefit real small businesses and I’m thinking that maybe Tucker is reaching a bit on this senility claim.— Lainey-D Surfing is the Source (@LaineyD1988) February 17, 2021
According to research report the clinical alarm software market is expected to reach $1,724 million by 2023 from an estimated $457 million in 2018, at a CAGR of 30.4% during the forecast period.Download PDF Brchure: The major clinical alarm management market vendors include Koninklijke Philips (Netherlands), Vocera Communications (US), Mobile Heartbeat (US), GE Healthcare (US), Ascom Holdings (Switzerland), Spok, Inc. (US), Bernoulli Enterprise (US), Connexall (Canada), Capsule Technologie (US), and Masimo Corporation (US).Product launches and partnerships and have been the most dominating strategy adopted by major players from 2015 to 2018, which helped them to innovate on their offerings and broaden their customer base.• Based on component, the global clinical alarm software market is segmented into two broad categories based on component, namely— solutions and services.The services segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period owing to the increasing adoption of clinical alarm management solutions and indispensable and recurring nature of services.• Based on product, the global clinical alarm software market is categorized into nurse call systems, physiological monitors, EMR integration systems, bed alarms, ventilators, and others (infusion pumps and pulse oximeters).
Global Aromatherapy Market: OverviewOwing to multiple uses like therapeutic healing if stress, insomnia, digestion and immune system is leading the market to chart a stellar CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate).And, as a shift to natural products in multiple facets of life is noted, demand for these products will only see an upward rise.Additionally, as they do not help bacteria and virus develop resistance, they hold an upper hand over synthetic variants.Request a PDF Brochure - Aromatherapy Market: Notable DevelopmentCertain developments happening in the market place are transforming the landscape.Key names in the global aromatherapy market are d?TERRA; Edens Garden; Young Living Essential Oils; Frontier Natural Products Co-op; Rocky Mountain Oils; Rocky Mountain Oils, LLC; Plant Therapy Essential Oils; FLORIHANA; and Biolandes among others.Strategic collaborations and research is also focal to maintaining an edge over competitors.Request for Analysis of COVID19 Impact on Aromatherapy Market - Aromatherapy Market: Key trends and driverThe global aromatherapy market is on an upward trajectory owing to various trends and drivers.Increasing adoption even in areas that are not hotspots of traditional or alternate therapies such as aromatherapies is leading to much growth in the global aromatherapy market.Oncology Nurse Advisor, in May 2018, demonstrated that patients undergoing brachytherapy, reported 60% less pain and 20% less anxiety.Increasing use of aromatherapy in cosmetics, skin care and hair care products is also driving the market forward in a major way.
These medical clinics are usually situated in rural communities.These clinics provide continuous treatment to people but will demand that you've an insurance policy for cost of health services.Easy treatment clinics are a cheaper choice to the doctor's office.Staffed with nurse practitioners, these medical clinics offer a thin selection of therapy services.These treatment facilities are commonly positioned in supermarkets, pharmacies and merchandising outlets.The clinics are retail based clinics giving common medical companies for common ailments.Several medical situations are treatable in hospitals and other common clinics.These clinics provide solutions for both the diagnosis along with the treatment of the ailment.
According to the new market research report “Urgent Care Apps Market by Type (Emergency Care Triage Apps, In-hospital Communication Apps, Post-hospital Apps (Nurse Communication Apps, Rehab Apps, Medication Management Apps)), Clinical Area (Stroke, Trauma, STEMI) – Global Forecast” published by MarketsandMarkets™.The Urgent Care Apps Market is expected to reach USD 2,515.1 million, at a CAGR of 41.3% during the forecast period.Growth Drivers in Depth:# Ease of Communication# Cost-Containment in Healthcare Delivery# Increasing Penetration of Smartphones# Growing Penetration of 3G and 4G Networks# Rising Focus on Patient-Centric Healthcare DeliveryObjectives of the Study;– To define, describe, segment, and forecast the global urgent care apps industry by type, clinical area, and region.– To forecast the size of the urgent care apps market in North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa.– To provide detailed information about factors influencing market growth (drivers, restraints, opportunities, and industry-specific challenges).– To analyze micromarkets with respect to individual growth trends, prospects, and contributions to the overall market.Browse 93 market data Tables and 32 Figures spread through 141 Pages and in-depth TOC – Request Research Sample Pages: Segmentation in Depth:On the basis of type, segmented into pre-hospital emergency care & triaging apps, in-hospital communication & collaboration apps, and post-hospital apps.In 2017, the post-hospital apps segment accounted for the largest share of the urgent care apps market.With growing concerns about medication noncompliance and medication dosage errors, the adoption of medication management apps is on the rise.Better connectivity and networks have enhanced the outcome of such apps, which is further boosting the adoption of these apps by patients and healthcare professionals.Based on clinical area, the global urgent care apps market is broadly segmented into trauma, stroke, cardiac conditions, and other clinical areas.In 2018, the trauma segment is slated to account for the largest share of the market.As the awareness to address trauma is increasing due to continuous efforts by health organizations, such as WHO, the adoption of apps to manage trauma and casualty among paramedics and emergency centers is also growing.Download PDF Brochure: Scenario: North America is expected to hold the largest share of the urgent care apps market in 2018, followed by Europe.
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