Wednesday, July 29, 2009

My e-book collection

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Medicine , education and health






What a harvard doctor want you to know about finding relief & keeping your back strong

I found myself fascinated with the simple musculoskeletal problems that we all have to confront many times in our lives. I’m talking about back pain, neck pain, and other regional pain problems involving the shoulders, hands and wrists, hips, knees, ankles, and feet. Some of these syndromes have specific terms such as bursitis and tendonitis; others have a confusing array of names. The common denominator is that these problems are painful, disabling, costly, highly prevalent—and woefully understudied. These musculoskeletal problems have been my passion since I started seeing patients as a rheumatologist in 1987 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Musculoskeletal problems have also been the focus of my clinical research.







Cranial Nerves Functional Anatomy

Cranial nerves are involved in head and neck function, and processes such as eating, speech and facial expression. This clinically oriented survey of cranial nerve anatomy and function was written for students of medicine, dentistry and speech therapy, but will also be useful for postgraduate physicians and general practitioners, and specialists in head and neck healthcare (surgeons, dentists, speech therapists, etc.).









Duties of a doctor from MMC website







Men's Health february 2011
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CoMMon Symptom Answer Guide
A family medical reference

Symptoms are what you feel when your body’s machinery isn’t working
perfectly. About twenty symptoms account for most of the reasons
people go to health professionals. People visit a health professional
when the symptoms limit daily activities. They also visit health professionals
to learn whether their symptoms indicate an increased risk
for serious problems.









Clinical Anatomy Applied anatomy for students and junior doctors Harold Ellis ELEVENTH EDITION 2006















ILLuStrated Medical DIctioNarRY






















National Geographic January 2011

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Management of Diabetic Foot

(clinical practice guidelines 4 malaysian doctor




Diabetes Mellitus is a common disease affecting 30 million people worldwide. InMalaysia, the prevalence rate has been reported to have increase from 6.3% in1986 to 14.6% in 1996 1. Fifteen percent of patients with diabetes mellitus will developa lower extremity ulcer during the course of their disease














Management of Hypertension
(clinical practice guidelines 4 malaysian doctor)


Hypertension is a major risk factor for cardiovascular, cerebrovascular and
renal diseases. The third National Health and Morbidity Survey of 2006
showed that the prevalence of hypertension among adults 30 years old
and above was 43%, a relative increase of 30% from that of 10 years
earlier.
It is now estimated that there are 4.8 million individuals with hypertension
in Malaysia. The estimated figure worldwide is a staggering 1 billion
individuals. It is however alarming to note that, according to the findings of
the Third National Health and Morbidity Survey of 2006, close to two thirds
of individuals with hypertension in Malaysia were unaware that they have
hypertension. Although there was an increase in the treatment rate among
those who have been diagnosed, the control rate is still poor












Childhood Immunisation
(clinical practice guidelines 4 malaysian doctor)






















Management Of Stroke
(clinical practice guidelines 4 malaysian doctor)


The Clinical Practice Guidelines in the Management of Ischaemic Stroke was developed to
provide a clear and concise approach to all clinicians on the current concepts in the management
of stroke patients. In Malaysia, a significant number of ischaemic stroke patients are managed by
non-neurologists. We therefore felt that it was important for stroke experts in the country to
summarise and adapt relevant clinical trial data and current treatment strategies to the local
context.










Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
(clinical practice guidelines 4 malaysian doctor)




It is common knowledge that urbanised lifestyle coupled with physical inactivity, together
with a higher intake of saturated fats have impacted our population which appears to
be genetically predisposed to Type 2 Diabetes. In Malaysia, the prevalence of diabetes
continues to rise. What is even more worrying is the fact that almost half of our population
with diabetes is unaware that they have the disease.









Beyond The Limits : Myasthenia Gravis


Buku ini adalah luahan realiti seorang yang dengan berani melawan penyakit yang ada dalam dirinya.sedikit sebanyak memperlihat tantangan dan pengalaman beliau dalam menghadapi dugaan ini dan bagaimana dia membuktikan dapat hidup dengan penyakit yang dihadapi.














Mafia Wars Strategy Guide




Before going into fights, always be sure to deposit all of your cash into the bank. Other players can attack you at any time, so it is a good idea to keep a zero cash balance most of
the time and especially before signing off. If you don’t, other players will fight and rob you.
Depositing money does incur a 10% laundering fee but is very little in the scheme of things.When it comes to buying properties, besides buying in bulk, try to avoid hotels and casinos even if u can afford to buy in bulk. people love to aim beginners because 1) you do not have the ability to fight back or revenge. 2) putting some pros on hitlist are precisely what they want. 3) you would wan to avoid getting ur link/URL copied and pasted on a forum for being a fat goose for everyone to rob. hotels and casinos are only recommended after you get a very good baseincome. like at least 30 of each property before ur first hotel or after you build up your mafia andfirepower. antsgame™. Respect $mafiawar$










WILLIAMS OBSTETRICS - 22nd Ed. (2005)

In previous editions of Williams Obstetrics, we have emphasized that obstetrics, originally born as a technical specialty, began to accrue scientific-based underpinnings during the last half of the 20th century. And over the past three decades, evidencebased medicine became embraced and is now firmly inculcated into clinical obstetrics. Accordingly, we again acknowledge the many fruitful efforts of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to encourage and support basic science and clinical research in obstetrical specialties. In updating this text, we relied heavily on investigations performed by members of the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Units Network. We also applaud the efforts of the American Gynecological and Obstetrical Society, the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, the Society for Gynecological Investigation, and the American
Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology to support the scientific and fiscal health of young clinical investigators.











Manual of Heart Failure Management


Heart failure (HF) is a chronic progressive disease with less than 50% of patients living five years after their initial diagnosis and less than 25% are alive at 10 years.
Our current system of HF care, which is characterized by a cycle of acute hospitalizations and acute episodic outpatient care by a primary or emergency room provider, has not led to great improvement in patient quality of life or prognosis.
Our Healthcare System will triage and diagnose acute illness and get professional treatment as soon as possible. The role of the patients is largely passive, the role of the caregivers is microscopically focused, and the time course of the hospital experience is much shorter than the insidious development of HF.











Answers to All TOEFL question























Diabetes and Exercise

Diabetes is a highly significant public health problemType 1 and type 2 diabetes raise common and disparate issues when it comes to exercise, and these issues are discussed in Diabetes and Exercise. At present, more data are available about exercise in type 2 diabetes than type 1 diabetes. However, there is a regenerating interest more recently in type 1 diabetes and new studies should be forthcoming.
Though exercise is recognized by the American Diabetes Association and others as a cornerstone of diabetes treatment, most people with type 2 diabetes are not physically active. Persons with type 2 diabetes have reduced exercise capacity, including lower maximal oxygen consumption and impairments in the submaximal measures of cardiorespiratory exercise performance. These exercise abnormalities appear early and may be related to cardiac and hemodynamic abnormalities. Whatever the reason for decreased physical activity levels, being sedentary is linked to increased levels of morbidity and mortality, which are already high in diabetes. The purpose of Diabetes and Exercise is to give the researcher and practitioner in the area of diabetes, information that is both theoretical and clinically useful to further understanding of the importance for persons with diabetes to be physically active as part of the standard of care for treating this condition. In addition, exercise guidelines and precautions are provided to maximize the benefits of activity and to minimize risk in order to avoid adverse events.









Asthma and Allergies

Nothing is more essential toour well-being than the ability
to breathe. Most of us breathe in and out all day long without
even giving it a thought. Yet millions of people are not so lucky. They suffer from asthma or allergies.For people with asthma, taking a breath can be extremely difficult. For people with allergies, the air they breathe can be filled with
substances that cause discomfort or worse.

Asthma is a chronic lung disease in which air passages get
inflamed. When this happens, airways narrow and it is difficult for air to move from the nose and mouth to the lungs.An allergy is the body’s overreaction to certain substances, called allergens.









8 minute Meditation
Maybe you've heard that meditation can help you become more peaceful and feel safer in a complex, uncertain, and oftenharsh world. Perhaps there's another reason. Maybe you don't even know why.
But you do know you'd like to learn to meditate. Only
problem is, meditation sounds really complicated and extremely time-consuming. If only you could find a simple way to meditate that would suit your lifestyle yet provide the benefits you long for . ..

Well, here's good news:You've found it! And all it takes is 8 minutes a day. 8 Minute Meditation is the revolutionary new program thatwill change your life as easily as it fits into it. In just 8 minutes a day—the space between two television commercials—you canbuild a lifetime meditation practice. Time magazine calls it
"themost American form of meditation yet."







Dictionary of medical Terms 4th ed

This dictionary provides the user with the basic vocabulary currently being used in a wide range of healthcare situations. The areas covered include the technical language used in diagnosis, patient care, surgery, pathology, general practice, pharmacy, dentistry and other specialisations, as well as anatomical and physiological terms.
Informal, everyday and sometimes euphemistic terms commonly used by people in discussing their condition
with healthcare professionals are also included, as are common words used in reading or writing reports, articles or guidelines.
Special for all my friends yang dah nak balik malaysia atau yang tinggal setahun lagi, juga buat teman-teman yang masih baru mulai berjuang semoga berguna....

Thursday, July 23, 2009

My Holidays Diary Day ,7,8,9,10

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Day 7,8,9,10

Malas nak keluar rumah jadi lepak releks kat umah menikmati waktu-waktu indah di rumah
Dan Tetiba Termotivasi untuk buat blog baru untuk Menyalurkan hobi Bola yang Membuak2x

Dan Akhirnya Alhamdullilah terwujud Blog Bola yang dinamakan Bola Asia
Amat dipersilakan untuk mengunjungi terutama para Kaki Bola, Bola Mania, GibOL
dapat anda lawati di http://www.bolaasia.blogspot.com




Memandangkan dah nak balik surabaya takut tak sempat beli jersey.. pi la merayau kat
Rantau Pan Jan's ..kap ..kap..


suasana di Pekan Rantau pan jan's.. ade flip flop depan atas dashboar kete..
kalu sedare semua perhatikan banyak bende ni kat dalam kete rakyat malaysia sekarang ni..sungguh famous bende ni..haha

Kedai jersey yang kutuju...
rambang mata memilih.. kalu ikut hati semua nak beli..hahha
memandangkan..actually target chelsea blueblack tapi ternyata..
tulisan samsung dia macam glow in da dark la plak..emm tak jadi bli..

kalu tengok dalam pic.. tertarik jugak kat baju barca yang jambu tu.. oren dengan pink..
tapi x bley.. kite haluan anti barca..gengsi lagi penting!! haha



Rantau Pan Jan's di dia punya Panas tak bley Handle.. africa pun kalah rasenye..
menyegat sampai ke lapisan kulit subdermal... bley combustio kalu lepak lelame..
naseb baek la kulit ku ini banyak melanin..



singgah beli makanan yang dinamakan Lok-chen's... dengar bunyi macam tu tak tau eja betul ke tak... macam bakso yang di bakar kalu kat sby...

dan jumpe la jersey england..macam mantap jer terus ku sambar... fabric dia lain..macam baju pi jalan jer..haha tapi best kain lembut and sejuk...
kat pic tu ... kalu beckham pakai nampak mantap.. ni sebab model tanpa bayaran tu nampak macam something wrong sket...hehe..


sekian.. nak siap2x pi johor bahru...
see yaa....

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Blog Nice Headers

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Sunday, July 19, 2009

Healthy life with Glaucoma

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1.Smoking does increase the eye pressure, and will make your glaucoma worse. It also increases the risk of retinal vein occlusion (which occur in glaucoma), macular degeneration, cataracts, stroke, and heart attacks.

2. Exercise lowers the eye pressure, 'an hour a day (walking) will keep the doctor away', and half an hour will help a lot. See. Any exercise will do... walking or swimming.

3. high blood pressure will be harmful as this may, together with the glaucoma, cause a retinal vein occlusion. A blood pressure of 140 systolic or less, may be best, and may be lower the better as long as you feel well. See But there are other views. We now know that eye pressure and blood pressure are related; the implication of this is that lowering blood pressure will help in the treatment of glaucoma. So keeping your blood pressure reaonably low is an important part of the treatment, although too much medication may cause problems.

4. Oily fish will help the circulation and probably help prevent retinal vien occlusions. Red meat (including pork/ham) increase blood pressure; they are best replaced, at least in part, by fish, and pulses such as lentils and beans. Nuts have some healthy fats, and may be helpful in small amounts...but they are 'fattening' and help to put weight on.

5. 9 portions of vegetables or fruit a day will also help to keep your retinal veins and macula healthy, and prevent cataract formation...9 a day (men) 7 (women) keeps the doctor away...

6. A high saturated fat diet is very harmful as it will contribute to many conditions. A balanced diet is recommended. Saturated fat comes from full-fat diary products such as milk, cheese, many cakes and biscuits, and red meat.

7. Salt will increase blood pressure.

8. binge drinking, e.g. 4 pints of beer in one day, or more that 3 glasses of wine/day, will cause a rise in blood pressure, again contributing to all these conditions.

9. Obesity results in high blood pressure, lack of exercise, and indirectly will cause problems. Many obese patients suffer from sleep apnoea....

10. Sleep problems. New research links sleep apneoa with glaucoma. Sleep problems are very common in obesity...these are likely if you snore a lot. Logically if you are overweight, it is important to lose weight to help your glaucoma. So if you do snore a lot, do lose weight, and ask your doctor if you need to be tested for sleep apnoea.

11. Steroid medication puts eye pressure up. Even inhaled nasal steroids can increase the pressure 2.5mmHg. If you use nasal steroids (eg for allregic rhinitis), ask your doctor if you can reduce or stop them. Steroid tablets certainly may put eye pressure up; ask your doctor if you can reduce the dose (Do not reduce steroid tablets without seeking advice.).

12. Retinal vein occlusions: patients with glaucoma are much more prone to retinal vein occlusions. The risk of a vein occlusion is reduced by control of the glaucoma, blood pressure, and all the other general health risk factors immediately above.

13. Smoking will be harmful. The exact risk is not known, but in some patients 20 ciagettes / day will increase loss of vision by 400%. Passive smoking 20 a day is equivalent to smoking 5 cigarettes a day, and increase visual loss 100%.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

My Holdays Diary - day 5

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Foto graper : Hafiz
Model artist : mat we
Penaja -sweater adidas
-kasut adidas limited ad
-jeans levi's
-Hp Nokia



Memburu hadiah birthday for Hieyda
pi Kb Mall pagi2x wit Mat.We..


usha Masuk situ x berkenan....
masuk sini pun x berkenan...

then ada la jumpe something...
tapi lupa plak nak capture...
then pi lepak umah mat we jap..

then balik my house..
On da Way pi makan nasi kukus then sampai umah tergeletak tidur ..zzzzz.


20.00 p.m
tiba di KGCC





Best hieyda dapat hadiah..siap posing lagi..
oke x pe..balik nanti bukak la ye...

21.20 pm

heppi sangat sempat narsis sekedap...




bergambar sebelum pulang ke rumah...




sekian..
emm.. ingat esok nak kene dudup's releks la rest kat umah jer..
capek deh...
esok.. study mata plak..
coz nanti masuk lab mata pas ni kang ade blank and blur..

kay..see yaa
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