Comments are closed. The Government is circulating advice on the dangers of deep vein thrombosisto regular travellers. Advice outlining the risks of the condition, its symptoms and what can bedone to prevent it has been made available through NHS Direct, the Internet, andhealth services, says the Department of Health. In particular, it outlines the type of in-flight exercises passengers can doto avoid developing the blood clotting condition, which can occur when peopleare immobile for long periods of time. Deputy chief medical officer Dr Pat Troop said, “Although furtherresearch needs to be carried out into the links between DVT and long distancetravel, we have issued the most up-to-date information and advice to theairlines and public about minimising the risk of DVT during longjourneys.” It recommends that those who have had a DVT or pulmonary embolism obtainmedical advice before they travel. People with a family history of clotting conditions, with thrombophilia orcancer, those who have undergone major surgery in the three months prior totravelling and anyone who has suffered a stroke are also advised to seekadvice. DVT is also more common in women who are pregnant, have recently had a baby,are taking the contraceptive pill or are on hormone replacement therapy. Women with any of these conditions should also seek advice from theircommunity pharmacist, antenatal team or health visitor before flying, says theDepartment of Health. www.doh.gov.uk/hat www.doh.nhsdirect.nhs.uk www.fco.gov.uk/knowbeforeyougo Health service issues DVT advice to publicOn 1 Jan 2002 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article
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The success of Ex CJAS 18 will encourage future development of the concept allowing UK personnel to increase their exposure to other nations clinical capabilities and some of the more unusual disciplines that are not common within the UK. The guys were really chuffed with the thanks… it’s been nice to see them enjoy themselves as part of work away from RAF Halton. Regular and Reserve personnel from the Defence Medical Services (DMS) have just completed a successful 14 day exercise delivering multinational deployed hospital care at the Army Medical Services Training Centre (AMSTC) in Strensall, York.The Surgeon General, Lt Gen Martin Bricknell speaks from the exercise:Joint Atlantic SerpentJoint Atlantic Serpent video transcript (ODT, 5.71KB)250 medical personnel took part, of which 60 came from the United States, Canada, Germany, Norway and Estonia. The UK Reserve personnel were deployed from 205 Field Hospital and 256 Field Hospital as well as from 612 and 4626 Squadrons from the Royal Axillary Air Force. The Defence Medical Group also provided a number of Regular DMS personnel who are currently working within the National Health Service.The exercise was a combined joint task force scenario with a 4 day assessment phase. This tested the hospital command team fully as it transitioned rapidly from supporting counter-insurgency to war fighting missions. Ex CJAS 18 demonstrated how clinical personnel from multiple nations can come together as equals and to deliver patient care to the same standards you would expect within a purely national facility.Captain Reinhard, an anaesthetist from the Estonian National Defence College said> I first received the benefit of receiving this training in 2013 when Estonia deployed with the UK hospital in Camp Bastion, I have really enjoyed the opportunity to return to AMSTC on Ex CJAS 18.Deploying such a large hospital allowed the planners to include additional capabilities that would not normally be exercised in this environment. Some examples included a primary health care, an aeromedical support unit and a critical care in the air support team.Corporal Neil Hudson, an Exercise Remedial Instructor (ERI) said> The exercise was a good learning experience for me as it showed me a new environment in which I could be utilised as an ERI if there is a requirement for a role 3 theatre hospitalRAF Halton supported the exercise by providing 20 students awaiting trade training (SATT): these individuals worked tirelessly to ensure the hospital personnel received enough casualties to simulate the major joint operation scenario.Corporal Rourke, the JNCO responsible for the SATTs said:
A Vagabond Easter brunch.Spring has met us at last. Easter weekend greets our bodies with the warmth we’ve been craving. Queen, Frog and I take to the woods for a small hike in the nearby town of Fayette. A nice loop trail that overlooks an unknown lake, at least unknown to us.The trail is muddy, but the air is fresh and is what we needed. Even though the lake still has ice on it the feeling of spring is within us. The sun is out and we can hear birds, specifically turkeys, making gruesome sounds. We also spot a porcupine who doesn’t seem to regard us at all as he descends the rocks we’ve chosen to rest on.That night Frog and I begin prepping for Sunday’s feast. The day prior I made arrangements to buy a leg of lamb. We met in a parking lot and made the exchange and I felt like I was exchanging goods in that shaddy manner that we’ve all seen in movies (or perhaps participated in). I was even wearing shades and had Frog to flex as muscle. The trade went well, I even secured an extra pound for the same price. If you can buy meat in a parking lot I highly suggest it.The lamb was best, we thought, for conveying the body of Christ, for what specific reason I am not totally certain, maybe having something to do with him being a shepherd, or perhaps this was just Frog and I’s way of justifying our intense cravings for lamb. Whatever the reason this was my first time deboning a piece of meat, which Frog walked me through, herself a seasoned butcher. I feel like I learned more about anatomy than I have in 22 years of school, simply by pulling muscle and fat away from bone, following the white seams like paper craft. Queen watched for as long as her stomach could handle, before retreating and changing the topic of conversation.Frog prepared brioche by hand. Without a mixer this is an incredibly laborious task, that involves many minutes of kneading and an unspeakable amount of butter. The only help she required of me was the occasional rolling up of the sleeves. While she prepared the brioche I prepared the marinade, lemon, garlic and rosemary. While these three things came together Queen prepared the food coloring for the hard boiled eggs, green and purple.Frog and I finished in unison, I put the marinade in the fridge and she set the dough to rise. We prepared the egg soak, using empty beer cans to keep them submerged. After five minutes Queen removed the first egg and Frog’s face turned to a half frown.“I think we shouldn’t have used brown eggs,” Frog said.We cry with laughter. I for one hadn’t even noticed and Queen through her tears was remarking how ugly the eggs were. Frog and I plan to hide these eggs the next morning alongside the sandy river for Queen to hunt. She has never participated in an Easter egg hunt and Frog and I feel it is our responsibility to change that.The morning rises with the sun we’ve missed. Frog and I dress the part of parents, specifically like New Jersey parents from 1992. Frog chooses flaymobant pants and I pick a jacket to match, not to mention I carry the camera as every proud father does. Queen dresses in pigtails and a red floral dress and carries a basket, the perfect child.At the river we hide the eggs and let her search. We hide some low and some high in trees. She searches earnestly and I can’t stop smiling. Is this one of the beautiful moments of parenthood that I hear so much about? A couple walks by blasting country music out of a portable speaker. The father in me wants to approach them and say, “Hey, I’m trying to have a nice morning with my family, could you please turn your offensive music down. Thank you.” I resist the pressing urge.After the eggs are found we run into Uncle Glam who is out taking a stroll along the river with his dog. He’ll be joining us for dinner later, arriving like every perfect uncle does, with beer under arm. Before he arrives, though, we enjoy brunch: Frog’s brioche with raspberry jam. Every bite is ecstasy, the bread is buttery, pastry like.Our decadence continues as we begin to prep the dinner. I prepare scalloped potatoes, Frog prepares salad and Queen begins turning our Easter eggs into deviled eggs. The roast is removed from the fridge and awaits the oven which it shares with the potatoes. And like every uncle, Glam arrives too late to assist with prepping but just in time to pour a couple cold ones.With everything in the oven we step out for deviled egg appetizers, which Queen has made especially flavorful with anchovies. Frog and I keep a close eye on the oven which has begun to fill the apartment with smoke everytime we open it. Through the haze and the smoke detector signaling we’re able to produce two perfectly cooked dishes. With them out of the oven we prep the table and take our seats. Frog’s apartment is lacking in chairs so Uncle Glam is forced into a lawn chair.We eat and drink and praise one another for the good work they did. The lamb is rare and the potatoes are creamy and delicious. A small silence occupies the table after the meal.“Lets gossip.” Uncle Glam declared.“Yes!”I responded without missing a beat, the drinks taking hold.Frog and Queen sit back and watch us gossip like a social experiment. We share the details that we each seem to know some half of, while the other fills in the rest. This goes on for a while until we move on to pictionary. Uncle Glam and I naturally become a team at this point, while Queen and Frog set to beating us, but come off badly and in all honesty, Pictionary is probably not the best game to play for someone who English is a second language for.At one point in the game Uncle Glam and I sense foul play afoot. We would find out later that there was in fact no foul play, but this led to a string of arguments involving patriarchy, scheming, and defamation. All of which left me very confused and conflicted. Of course I would find out later how much fun Frog and Queen had leading me astray.The night recovered and we continued to chat and play games. The night begins to blur and Queen is falling asleep at the table. The night widdles down and the group prepares for dispersal. This is when I remember that it’s Sunday and not Saturday, which is how I’ve been treating the entire night. The dread of work overcomes me and I hardly sleep at all, dreading the Monday that it already is.All and all though, it was certainly one of my most memorable Easters, as I think it was for everyone in attendance. I’m not particularly religious in any way, but I’m now of the firm belief that any holiday that can bring friends together for a fine meal is a sacred day, worthy of celebrating to the extreme, even if you have to work the next day.
“She likes death metal and bunnies at the same time.”That’s how Laura’s friend describes her in the documentary “Girls Rock!,” which follows a group of 8- to 17-year-old girls who convene for a week during the summer of 2006 in Portland, Ore., for Girls Rock Camp. There, they make new friends, freak out, and create music in bands with names like Neon Dumpster, the Juicy Tanglers, and P.L.A.I.D. (People Lying Around in Dirt).Laura, about 14 at the time, is wonderfully imaginative, a bit misunderstood, but finds acceptance at the camp — not just with her peers but within herself. “I’m awesome!” she declares by the end of the film.The experiences captured within “Girls Rock!” have helped to grow the Girls Rock Camp phenomenon to a network of 40 affiliated camps around the world since its founding in Portland in 2001.Nora Allen-Wiles, Hilken Mancini, and Mary Lou Lord founded the Boston chapter two years ago. That summer, 40 girls registered for the camp, held in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood, and kicked off its rapid-fire popularity. Now the camp is a full-fledged 501(c)(3) nonprofit. There are two summer sessions for girls, and even a Ladies Rock Camp for women — because you’re never too old to rock.Mancini and Allen-Wiles spoke about the rock ’n’ roll camp during movie night at Radcliffe’s Schlesinger Library on Wednesday evening following a screening of “Girls Rock!” (The theme of this year’s film series is “ages of women.”) The two met while volunteering at the Portland chapter, and bonded after discovering their shared Massachusetts roots.“We vowed that week that we’d start a girl’s rock camp in Boston,” recalled Mancini, a guitarist for such bands as Fuzzy, Shepherdess, and now The Monsieurs (the drummer of which is a Ladies Rock Camp graduate).“Campers form a band on the first day,” explained Allen-Wiles. “They have instrument instruction every morning and band practice in the afternoon, punctuated by self-esteem exercises.”No prior musical instruction is required. At the end of the weeklong session, a concert showcase is held for parents and friends.“One of the biggest misconceptions about the rock camp is about the showcase. People always ask, ‘How do you decide who wins?’ But there’s absolutely no competitive atmosphere,” said Allen-Wiles.“Our camp is far more based in self-esteem than in musical or technical instruction,” stressed Mancini. “You don’t need to know how to play an instrument at all when you’re coming in. It’s more about finding a space for girls to find their voice, make a lot of noise, not be afraid, to scream and sweat, and be ugly and be funny, and feel safe in that space. And that’s what it’s there for, because rarely are girls encouraged to do that, and rarely do they see 40 women surrounding them doing the same thing. So we need to give them this, and we need to do this in our society.”Mancini owns 40 South St., a vintage store in Jamaica Plain whose back room doubles as headquarters for Girls Rock Camp. She and Allen-Wiles are now full-time directors, coordinating volunteers, programming initiatives such as self-defense courses and punk rock aerobics, inking partnerships with music shops, and lining up noteworthy Boston-based musician volunteers, such as Juliana Hatfield and Tanya Donnelly.Lilia Halpern-Smith, a two-time volunteer, Rock Camp alumna, and assistant director of Harvard’s Center for American Political Studies, said that working at the camp was endlessly inspirational. “It’s always thrilling to see the camper who doesn’t talk — but who wants to sing — get up onstage and belt it out,” she said.“It’s all about keeping girls from shrinking inside themselves,” echoed Allen-Wiles.“The girls’ lives really do change,” Mancini said. “When we have our camper surveys at the end, a lot of them say … ‘I found the less-shy person inside of myself, and I’m not afraid of bringing that person out.’ And that’s why we do what we do.”Movie night at the Schlesinger Library returns on Feb. 6.
Court strikes statute dealing with pretrial release Says the legislature encroached on its exclusive procedural rulemaking authority Mark D. Killian Managing Editor The Supreme Court has declared unconstitutional a statute dealing with nonmonetary pretrial release as an impermissible intrusion on the court’s exclusive procedural rulemaking ability and has temporarily readopted two Rules of Criminal Procedure that the statute amended back in 2000.However, because the court now says a “vacuum” exists as to when judges may consider some defendants for nonmonetary pretrial release, it is republishing the two rules (3.131 and 3.132) in this News for comments concerning whether they should be amended to reflect the legislature’s intent as demonstrated by the now unconstitutional statute (§907.041(4)(b)). (See notice, page 29)“The court is particularly concerned that it be fully informed as to the policy concerns of the Florida Legislature before it takes any final action on these rules,” the court said in a June 30 opinion. “For that reason, the court expressly invites the legislature to file comments particularly addressing the policy concerns that the legislature was attempting to address by enacting section 907.041(4)(b).”At issue is the court’s finding in State v. Raymond, No. SC03-1263 (Fla. June 30, 2005), that §907.041(4)(b) is purely procedural and therefore an unconstitutional violation of the separation of powers clause of the Florida Constitution.The case involves Marti Cassandra Raymond, who was arrested and charged with misdemeanor battery that involved domestic violence. Raymond was brought before the Dade County court for her first appearance and was found to qualify for nonmonetary release to pretrial services (PTS) because she had no prior offenses. Despite making a finding that Raymond qualified, the court said it could not grant nonmonetary pretrial release, citing §907.041(4)(b). It provides in pertinent part: “No person charged with a dangerous crime shall be granted nonmonetary pretrial release at a first appearance hearing. . . . ” Misdemeanor domestic violence is classified as a dangerous crime and because Raymond was charged with committing a dangerous crime, even though she was otherwise eligible for nonmonetary pretrial release at her first appearance, the court was required to set a bond.Raymond could not afford to post the $1,500 bond and remained in jail through the weekend, until the second scheduled appearance the following Monday. During that time, Raymond filed a motion seeking nonmonetary pretrial release, alleging that §907.041(4)(b) was unconstitutional because it created a procedural rule that regulated the timing of her eligibility for release to PTS. The county court denied Raymond’s motion but asked the appellate division of the 11th Judicial Circuit if the statute impermissibly intrudes upon the Supreme Court’s rulemaking authority. The 11th Circuit’s appellate division found that it did and the Third DCA agreed. The state appealed, arguing that the statute is substantive in nature for several reasons.The state argued that the amendment alters the presumption from favoring nonmonetary release to a presumption against nonmonetary release when the defendant is charged with a dangerous crime. That presumption is found in the following statutory provision:“(3) Release on nonmonetary conditions.—“(a) It is the intent of the legislature to create a presumption in favor of release on nonmonetary conditions for any person who is granted pretrial release unless such person is charged with a dangerous crime as defined in subsection (4). Such person shall be released on monetary conditions if it is determined that such monetary conditions are necessary to assure the presence of the person at trial or at other proceedings, to protect the community from risk of physical harm to persons, to assure the presence of the accused at trial, or to assure the integrity of the judicial process.”“We do not agree that a change in the presumption in §907.041(3)(a) means that a change to §907.041(4)(b) is substantive,” Justice Peggy Quince, wrote for the 5-2 majority. “The change in presumption does not affect the defendant’s eligibility for nonmonetary pretrial release. Any defendant who was eligible for nonmonetary pretrial release is still eligible for nonmonetary pretrial release. The statutory provision granting this right was fixed in a portion of the statute that is not at issue here. Because the right to nonmonetary pretrial release is not itself at issue — any person entitled to PTS nonmonetary release before the amendment is still entitled to it after the amendment — this is not a substantive provision. The provision at issue here merely affects the timing of the release on nonmonetary conditions.”The court also rejected the state’s claim that the amendment concerns itself with the period of time that a defendant accused of a violent crime must be held before nonmonetary release, thus making it substantive and not purely procedural. The court found the section does not set forth a specific period of time that a defendant must be detained before a judicial hearing.“In fact, even the state agrees that the trial court could have called Raymond’s case for a second hearing immediately following her initial appearance,” Quince said.In 2000, the court said, the legislature amended §907.041, and repealed Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure 3.131 and 3.132, relating to pretrial release and pretrial detention, to the extent the act and the session law is inconsistent with rules 3.131 and 3.132 on whether certain defendants will be considered for nonmonetary pretrial release at the first appearance hearing. The rules require the judge to determine and impose the conditions of pretrial release at the first appearance hearing for all defendants, but the session law prohibits such consideration for certain defendants by specifying that “[n]o person charged with a dangerous crime shall be granted nonmonetary pretrial release at a first appearance hearing.”“Thus, those portions of the rules which require the trial judge to determine and impose the conditions of pretrial release for persons charged with a dangerous crime at the first appearance, including nonmonetary conditions, have been repealed by the legislature,” the court said.Although the legislature may repeal a court procedural rule, it cannot create a new procedural rule by statute.“In this case, the legislature repealed a portion of two procedural rules; however, by enacting §907.041(4)(b), which is a rule of procedure affecting the timing of a defendant’s eligibility for pretrial release to PTS, it also imposed a new procedural rule, essentially rewriting the Rules of Criminal Procedure. This the legislature may not do.”Therefore, the court temporarily readopted rules 3.131 and 3.132 in their entirety and is calling for comments concerning whether they should be amended to reflect the legislature’s intent as demonstrated in §907.041.“We are particularly concerned that we be fully informed as to the policy concerns of the Florida Legislature before we take any final action on these rules,” Quince said. “For that reason, we expressly invite the legislature to file comments particularly addressing the policy concerns that the legislature was attempting to address by enacting §907.041(4)(b).”Chief Justice Barbara Pariente and Justices Charles Wells, Harry Lee Anstead and Raoul Cantero concurred. Justices Fred Lewis and Kenneth Bell dissented. August 1, 2005 Managing Editor Regular News Court strikes statute dealing with pretrial release
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks during a daily briefing following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Manhattan in New York City, New York, July 13, 2020.Mike Segar | Reuters – Advertisement – – Advertisement – That daily average, however, is still far lower than earlier this year when New York was widely considered the nation’s Covid-19 epicenter. The state is also conducting far more testing than it did in the spring when it reported a high of nearly 10,000 new cases a day on average.Over the summer and fall months after New York was able to suppress the virus’ spread, Cuomo slowly began allowing more businesses to reopen at reduced capacity, like indoor dining at restaurants, gyms and museums.Now, cases are beginning to climb in neighboring states, a warning sign for New York. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced a set of similar new restrictions, including on indoor dining and a ban on interstate sporting events, that will begin on Thursday as the state tries to wrestle control over its growing outbreak.“They say in a race, ‘Run through the tape.’ Just finish the race. We’ve had a terrible eight months. We’re in this last small lap. Let’s just do what we have to do to get through it and then we’ll rebuild together,” Cuomo told reporters.This is a developing story. Please check back later for updates. New York will impose a handful of coronavirus restrictions on residents and businesses across the state as it tackles several “hotspot” outbreaks and tries to avoid a surge in cases, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.Restaurants and bars licensed by the State Liquor Authority will be ordered to close at 10 p.m. beginning Friday, though they can operate for curbside pickup past that time, Cuomo said on a call with reporters. Gyms will also be forced to close at that time.“What is a state licensed facility? It’s a bar, it’s a restaurant, overwhelmingly the majority of it,” he said.- Advertisement – The state will also crack down on people congregating inside ahead of the holiday season, banning gatherings of more than 10 people in a private residence, he said.“What we’re seeing is what they predicted for months,” Cuomo said. “We’re seeing a national and global Covid surge, and New York is a ship on the Covid tide.”New York health officials are responding to a number of hotspots in zip codes that are reporting a higher positivity rate, or the percentage of positive tests, than other parts of the state. New York is reporting a weekly average of roughly 2,641 cases a day, a more than 22% increase compared with a week ago, according to a CNBC analysis of data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.- Advertisement –
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Comment Advertisement Gennaro Gattuso’s position is reportedly under threat (Getty Images)Milan’s Sporting Director Leonardo further added fuel to the fire by stating after Gattuso’s comments that ‘his future is not a priority’ although he did go on to add that at no point have the board entertained the idea of sacking him.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityNevertheless, Gazidis is reportedly keen to try and entice Pochettino away from north London having been impressed by his ability to deliver Champions League football to Spurs while also developing the young players at his disposal.Pochettino had been strongly linked with a move to Manchester United and Real Madrid in the summer, however, the recent appointments of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Zinedine Zidane have ruled him out of either job for the time being.After Spurs beat Crystal Palace 2-0 in the first game at their new stadium on Wednesday night, Pochettino described it as one of the ‘best moments in my life’ but although he appears happy in London, the Argentine has called on Daniel Levy to back him this summer.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Mauricio Pochettino is being lined up as Gennaro Gattuso’s replacement at AC Milan (Getty Images)Arsenal’s former chief executive Ivan Gazidis has identified Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino as his first-choice managerial candidate at AC Milan should Gennaro Gattuso be sacked, according to Corriere dello Sport.Milan who are on an eight-year trophy drought since winning the Serie A title in 2011, have endured another difficult campaign and are looking to secure a Champions League place for the first time in five years.Despite guiding the club into the top-four, former player and current manager Gattuso has received criticism at times this season and Gazidis – now AC Milan’s CEO – is weighing up whether to replace him at the end of the season.AdvertisementAdvertisementGattuso was non-committal when asked about his future before Milan’s 1-0 defeat to Sampdoria last Saturday, stating that he would discuss his future only once the current campaign had reached a conclusion.ADVERTISEMENT Former Arsenal chief Ivan Gazidis lining up Mauricio Pochettino for AC Milan job Metro Sport ReporterFriday 5 Apr 2019 3:12 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Advertisement
BACOLOD City – A heated argument betweena truck driver and his helper turned bloody in Barangay 1, Sipalay City, NegrosOccidental. Zamora was rushed to the Sipalay City Infirmarywhere the attending physician declared him “dead on arrival.” His helper 30-year-old Maxie Asiro of Barangay Maaslom, Ayungon, NegrosOriental was tagged suspect. According to police investigation, Zamora was in an argument with Asiro when the latter attacked the victim using a bladed weapon around 11 a.m. on Nov. 12. It was not immediately established what triggered the altercation. Asiro, meanwhile, was arrested and nowdetained in the lockup cell of the Sipalay police station. Charges will befiled against him./PN The 40-year-old Gilbert Abrasaldo Zamora – who temporarily resides in Barangay 2, Sipalay City – died of a stab wound on the neck, police said.