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医TV②「チーム医療:薬剤師のチカラ」(済生会熊本病院)

医TV②「チーム医療:薬剤師のチカラ」(・・・

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がん薬物療法の実施にあたり、薬剤師がチームの中でどのような役割を果たしているのか­、日々どのような事を考え患者さんに向合っているのか、そして医師・看護師から見たチ­ームの中における薬剤師の役割は何なのか?を紹介した番組です。 提供:中外製薬株式会社(http://www.chugai-pharm.co.jp/

Epi-Lifestyle 2015 Program Highlights

Epi-Lifestyle 2015 P・・・

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Elliott Antman, MD, president of the American Heart Association interviews Veronique Roger, MD, MPH and Samuel Giddings, MD, co-chairs of the program committee for Epidemiology and Prevention and Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Health 2015 in Baltimore.

ADA President, Health Care & Education – Interview with David Marrero, PhD

ADA President, Healt・・・

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ADA TV was honored to interview David Marrero, PhD, about his huge role as one of ADA’s chief spokespeople. We ask Dr. Marrero at the 75th ADA Scientific Sessions about his biggest challenges and priorities currently.

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Dr. Thomas Behnke

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フォシーガの処方経験が豊富な海外の先生に、フォシーガについての様々なお考えを語っていただきました。実際に処方されている先生の生の声をお伝えいたします。


 

広島大学医学部医療実践学講義3

広島大学医学部医療実践学講義3

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2012年4月20日に広島大学の6年「臨床実践学」で行った講義です。
地域医療学:地域医療における2つの「学」と「楽」

What is Type 1 diabetes? A children’s guide | Diabetes UK

What is Type 1 diabe・・・

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Written, produced and directed by Siobhan McVeigh
Clinical advisor Diabetes UK: Libby Dowling
Child: Pacha Ann Green
Lightball & cell wall: Jude Akuwudike
Production:
Director: Felix Clay
Lighting: Sam Morgan Moore
Assistant: Paul Box
Stylist: Hannah Cork
3D cell wall & glucose minions: Twisted Animator
3D Supervisor & animator: Mark Gregory
Modelling & lighting: Jaime Fernandez
Post production, visual effects & audio design: Fluent Studio
Director & animator: Remy Williams
Production assistant: Daniella Stanford
Animator: Thomas Melsens
Music: Alan La Porte

Special thanks:
Arnould Kidz Agency
Jude & Jane
Selene
Claire

BCVS 2015 Program Highlights

BCVS 2015 Program Hi・・・

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Mark Creager, MD, president of the American Heart Association, interviews BCVS 2015 program Co-Chairs Anthony Rosenzweig, MD, Åsa Gustafsson, PhD, and David Lefer, PhD about the highlights of the science they have chosen for the meeting in New Orleans and its potential to improve patient care.

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第1回 平坦かつ持続的な“PK/PDプロ・・・

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第1回では、ランタスに比べて長時間にわたって安定した「PK/PDプロファイル」を有することが示されたランタスXRの臨床成績についてご紹介いたします。

Hot Line VI Coronary Artery Disease

Hot Line VI Coronary・・・

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Mark Creager, MD, president of the American Heart Association, and Elliott Antman, MD discuss trials presented at Hot Line VI on Coronary Artery Disease at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2015, including PRESERVATION I, ABSORB STEMI TROFI II, and ABSORB Japan.

Kunhua Song: Outstanding Early Career Award Finalist for BCVS 2015

Kunhua Song: Outstan・・・

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Lorrie Kirshenbaum, PhD, talks with Kunhua Song, PhD, Outstanding Early Career Award Finalist for BCVS 2015 about his study, "High Efficiency Reprogramming of Fibroblasts into Cardiomyocytes Requires Suppression of Pro-fibrotic Signaling"

The Centre for Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation Research -CeMCOR

The Centre for Menst・・・

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The Centre for Menstrual Cycle and Ovulation Research (CeMCOR) was founded by Dr. Jerilynn C. Prior in May 2002. The Centre studies the physical and psychological causes and effects of ovulation disturbances on women’s overall health. 

CeMCOR publishes scientific results and disseminates information directly to women.
The Centre’s mission is to create and share a scientific, holistic body of knowledge focused on normal patterns of hormones in the population and changes in women’s menstrual cycles and ovulatory characteristics across the life cycle. 

The Centre also performs studies, analyzes data, publishes and teaches about the science of menstrual cycle and ovulation physiology and the expressions of these in women’s experiences.
Please watch this video to learn more about the Centre’s incredible work – especially in relation to bone health.

University of Maryland Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology

University of Maryla・・・

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Established in 1807, The School of Medicine is the first public and the fifth oldest medical school in the United States consisting of over 2000 facility members, including an experienced team focusing on multiple areas of research into diabetes.

Working on exciting research projects with the Amish communities and the Zebra Fish Model, The University of Maryland School of Medicine Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology continues to provide groundbreaking research and, ultimately create a huge impact on patient’s lives.

Diabetes UK – How to recognise and treat a hypo.

Diabetes UK - How to・・・

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Hypoglycaemia, or hypo for short, means ‘low blood glucose levels’ – less than 4 mmol/l*. This is too low to provide enough energy for your body’s activities.

Symptoms
Hypos can come on quickly and everyone has different symptoms, but common ones are: feeling shaky, sweating, hunger, tiredness, blurred vision, lack of concentration, headaches, feeling tearful, stroppy or moody, going pale.

Why do hypos happen?
There’s no rule as to why they happen, but some things make it more likely: excess insulin, delayed or missed meal or snack, not enough carbs, unplanned physical activity, and drinking large quantities of alcohol or alcohol without food. Sometimes there just is no obvious cause.

How to prevent a hypo
- Don’t miss a meal.
- Eat enough carbohydrate.
- Eat extra carbohydrate if you are more active than normal.
- Take your tablets and/or insulin injections correctly.
- Don’t drink alcohol on an empty stomach or drink too much alcohol.

Treating a hypo
If you are conscious, treat your hypo immediately with 15–20g of fast-acting carbohydrate:
- Small glass of sugary (non-diet) drink
- At least three glucose tablets
- Five sweets, such as jelly babies
- Small carton of pure fruit juice
- Glucose gel.

For more information about hypos, go to www.diabetes.org.uk/hypo