Wockhardt Hospitals organises Rapid Response Team (RRT) awareness programme Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Read Article Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Three day programme for staff members across western India covering wide range of topics in modern scienceWockhardt hospital, a chain of tertiary care super specialty hospitals in India reinforced its Rapid Response Team (RRT) in order to provide utmost patient care to decrease mortality and increase survival rate.The three day program organised at all the Wockhardt facilities will have renowned doctors and staff members of Wockhardt Hospital delivering lectures and sharing experiences. Wide range of topics covering RRT will be discussed through clinical case simulations, quiz and collage competitions, theme plays at work stations and much more all focussing on the process of RRT that Wockhardt Hospital follows follow at its hospitals.Commenting on the initiative, Zahabiya Khorakiwala, Managing Director, Wockhardt Hospitals, said, “RRT is evidence based clinical practise to decrease the mortality rate and provide utmost care and attention to the patient even if the slightest instability is seen. We at Wockhardt imbibe to practice evidence based clinical care for all our hospital patients.”The Rapid Response Team has several key roles. The team assists staff in assessing and stabilising the patient’s condition and organising information to be communicated to the physician. The Rapid Response Team member also takes on the role of educator and support to the staff at the time of the call. If the circumstances warrant, the team assists with the patient transfer to a higher level of care.Dr Clive Fernandes, Group Clinical Director, Wockhardt Group Hospitals, said, “Rapid Response Team have shown to decrease the number of CODE BLUE’s and thus decrease mortality. We at Wockhardt Hospitals have been practising this concept since the last four to five years and have seen the improved clinical outcomes. This awareness programme is just our methodology to reinforce what we have defined.” Related Posts By EH News Bureau on July 6, 2018 WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Share Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” News
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RELATED: Full practice resultsChip Ganassi Racing driver and Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series points leader Kyle Larson was quickest in the only practice session for Saturday night’s Monster Energy All-Star Race. Larson vaulted to the top of the leaderboard with a fast lap of 189.274 mph at Charlotte Motor Speedway after putting on his softer set of “option” Goodyear tires.Stewart-Haas Racing’s Kevin Harvick was second at 189.095 mph, followed by Team Penske’s Brad Keselowski (188.976 mph), Joe Gibbs Racing’s Kyle Busch (188.594 mph) and Furniture Row Racing’s Martin Truex Jr. (188.232 mph). Sixteen cars, all of which have already qualified for the All-Star Race, logged laps in practice.Teams could use both the “prime” tires and the “option” tires during practice. Remember, each team will get one set of “option” tires — with green lettering — to use at any point during the race. The option tires have more grip and speed, but fall-off quicker … and if you take them before the final segment, you must start from the rear.RELATED: All-Star FAQsRicky Stenhouse Jr. was the first driver to give the option tires a go, and he immediately jumped from 10th on the leaderboard to third. The lead changed hands several times throughout the 70-minute session as drivers opted to use their prime tires.It sets the stage for an All-Star Race that will have an emphasis on strategy and racing action.The session tacked on an extra 15 minutes so teams could practice for the ever-popular no-speed-limit, four-tire pit stop in advance of Friday evening’s qualifying. The top five quickest teams in the first round of qualifying (6:05 p.m. ET, FS1) will advance to the ensuing final round, which follows immediately.Denny Hamlin brought out the caution during this period when he hit the outside wall hard coming out of Turn 3. His No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing team immediately called for the backup car.RELATED: Hamlin hits wall hard in practiceNext up is practice for the Monster Energy Open — the event that precedes the Monster Energy All-Star Race, comprised of drivers who have not qualified for the All-Star event — from 3-4:25 p.m. ET (FS1). The Camping World Truck Series qualifies at 4:45 p.m. ET (FS1), followed by All-Star Race qualifying and then the Truck Series race at 8:30 p.m. ET (FS1).The Monster Energy All-Star Race is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET on Saturday (FS1, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio).
As if to prove there’s no pleasing everyone, last year people wanted a short stem, so they machined a 35mm version of it. Now, people wanted a longer stem, so Paul Components is delivering with their new 110mm Boxcar Stem. It gets a 7º angle, helping it sit nearly flat when installed as a negative rise, and it’ll come in black, silver, gold and polished.Each one is machined from US-made 2024 alloy, which they say costs more (a lot more) than 6061, but lets them make a lighter, stronger stem. It’s also stiffer, claiming to be noticeably stiffer than most common competitors. Paul machines these things in house in Chico, CA, a process that lets them grind away any excess material to save weight but keep it where needed to remain strong. Each stem ships with T25 stainless steel bolts for the faceplate and retails for $149. Made for 31.8 diameter handlebars. Claimed weight is 203g. Available now.PaulComp.com
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SAFETY: Activists push for a total ban on lead in toys and more caution with imports. By Lisa Friedman STAFF WRITER WASHINGTON – Health and consumer advocates pressed Congress on Thursday to accept nothing less than a total ban on lead in toys to ensure child safety. Activists urged Congress to implement a comprehensive ban on lead in toys. They also pressed for caution on future trade agreements, arguing that current ones have weakened U.S. ability to enforce regulations. About 86 percent of the $22billion worth of toys sold each year in the U.S. are imported from China. That number soared after the country entered the World Trade Organization in 2001, said Lori Wallach of the watchdog group Public Citizen. Others advocated increased funding and authority for the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Chairman John Dingell, D-Mich., said he plans to introduce legislation addressing the tainted-toy scare and overhauling the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Other proposals include legislation by Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., and New Jersey Rep. Mike Ferguson that would establish an independent certification process for all foreign imports and ban uncertified imports from entering the country. Meanwhile, the nonprofit company behind Sesame Street vowed to send independent auditors to factories and stores to check for lead in all the toys it licenses. “We must be even more vigilant about who we license to produce products that bear our characters,” said Gary Knell, Sesame Workshop’s president and chief executive. “And we must be very clear about the standards they must satisfy.” [email protected] 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “There is no reason for lead to be in any product,” Dr. Dana Best of the American Academy of Pediatrics told lawmakers inquiring into the recent spate of lead paint on toys imported from China. Southern California toy giant Mattel Inc. and other companies have recalled millions of plastic Batman figures, Barbie dolls and other children’s playthings since August. Lead in paint is legally limited in the U.S. to 600 parts per million, or 0.06 percent. Some of the toys recalled had nearly 200 times that amount, safety experts said. If ingested, lead paint can cause brain damage and learning disabilities. “There is no acceptable level of lead exposure,” Best testified before the House Energy and Commerce consumer protection subcommittee, which has been holding hearings into how the tainted toys missed detection and how to prevent future problems.
It’s all about closed doors and saying no to moves today as new deals appear to be few and far between. Mark Warburton has shot down claims Rangers are going to make a move for Newcastle youngster Adam Armstrong despite the links on Tuesday.Birmingham City look to have cooled their interest in Dundee goalscorer Greg Stewart after completing the signing of striker Che Adams from Sheffield United. Ross County’s Andrew Davies has changed his mind on a move away from the Highlands after initially wanting a transfer because his family couldn’t settle. There has been some action in the window, though. In case you missed it yesterday, Celtic’s Tom Rogic has signed a new contract and admits the new boss played a big part in his decision. Winger Aidan Nesbitt has joined Greenock Morton on loan while Partick Thistle’s Kevin Nisbet has joined Ayr United on a similar deal. Both deals are until January.Meanwhile, down south, Sunderland have moved for Manchester United duo Paddy McNair and Donald Love because they want to line up replacements before allowing Lamine Kone to leave.Andrew Davies is staying put according to the Press and Journal…
The thirty-something woman and her young son rushed in front of me as I reached for the door to the Westland Shopping Mall entrance. Do you know where the dominos are set up? she hurriedly asked as she looked back at me. No, I replied. But I’ll see you there in a few minutes! I shouldn’t have worried. There was a beeline in one direction as groups of people quickly walked to the east side of the shopping mall.What were we all there for?To see almost 250,000 dominoes fall down! What else would I be doing on a hot almost-95 degree summer afternoon in southeastern Michigan? Especially when the lead organizer is from my home town of Canton, Michigan? Incredible Science MachineLed by 22-year-old Steve Price, Incredible Science Machine is a group of 18 chain reaction and dominoes experts from around the world who gathered together this month to build the world’s largest dominoes chain reaction.Work began July 10 as the team set up dominoes in the shopping mall in Westland, a western suburb of Detroit, Michigan. As part of the project, the team aimed to break the Guinness World Record for the largest domino circle field (around 70,000 dominoes).In addition, the team was competing against themselves in their goal to beat their own 2015 record of most dominoes toppled in America. Last year, the team toppled 197,598 dominoes at the Michigan Science Center in Detroit, Michigan. This year’s goal? A few more: around ¼ of a million dominoes.The Dominoes Fall!Hundreds of people stood five to ten-deep as they waited to watch the intricate colorful dominoes tumble down. And when it started, it was impressive!I couldn’t always see the little movements, but managed to catch some of the bigger cascades of dominoes falling: the stadium, the collapse of towers, the chain reaction circle were amazing to watch! Oohs and aahs grew from the crowd as smaller sets of dominoes falling down led to larger sets falling. Loud applause and shouts were heard when the stadium came down and when the domino circle finally tumbled. Kudos to the TeamThe team incorporated all kinds of games, toys, and everyday objects into their project; it wasn’t only dominoes. Balls would roll, an inflated globe moved, as they set in motion the process of dominoes tumbling across a 6,000 square foot chain reaction on the floor of the mall. Think of your childhood games when a marble travels through a track, winding back and forth. That’s the kind of fascinating game play we saw as dominoes tumbled down over 20 minutes. And with their international theme, the project had different areas that represented Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Australia, and Antarctica.The team hugged each other and shot high fives as they celebrated the last domino coming down. Did They Make It?I didn’t learn until later that to meet the Guinness World Record, the dominoes had to be counted after they fell down, in front of witnesses.By late yesterday afternoon, a Facebook post announced the results:Congrats to the team on all their hard work and efforts! Shoutout to SponsorsAs someone who organizes events, I know this kind of production takes a number of sponsors to cover the costs and expenses of the complicated dominoes construction. Shoutout to:Zeal Credit UnionBulk DominoesFairway ProductionsSmarter Every DayTrix TrackThe official video will be posted within the week, and I’ll link or add it to this post (not sure what their permissions will be for embedding the video). I can’t wait to see the dominoes fall again next year! Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading…RelatedUser Experience Groups in Metro DetroitWhen I attended my first Internet User Experience conference in Ann Arbor in the mid-2000’s, I knew I wanted to get involved with local user experience groups. The people I met at the conference were doing all the things I found fascinating about the web: user research, usability testing, and…In “User experience”Photo of the Week: 2017 MINI on the MackWhat else would I be doing on a beautiful summer morning in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, other than watching over a thousand Mini Coopers drive over the Mackinac Bridge in an effort to break the world record? I wasn’t alone. Dozens of people were lined up along Bridge View…In “Michigan”February 2018 User Experience and Web Professional EventsIf you’re a user experience or web professional, you know it can be a challenge to keep your skills up-to-date, learn about new methods, and network with fellow web workers. And it takes time to find interesting local events. That’s why I publish a monthly calendar of user experience and…In “Calendar”
By Paul LeckerSports ReporterWAUSAU – In a game of missed opportunities, the Marshfield football team took advantage of its final one.The Tigers had two turnovers, a dropped touchdown pass, two missed extra points, a missed field goal and numerous other dropped passes, but in the end they made the most of the final time they had the ball.Marshfield drove 80 yards in 1:05 and Nick Hoheisel ran in from 11 yards out with 42 seconds to go to lift the Tigers to a 19-14 victory over Wausau East in the teams’ season opener Friday night at Thom Field.Hoheisel ran for 99 of his game-high 212 yards in the fourth quarter and scored all three Marshfield touchdowns in the win.“We want to make a statement that last year is in the past and this year is now, and we’re trying to improve game by game and take it one step at a time,” Hoheisel said. “I have the easy part. My big guys up front, they move everything for me. I just get to find the open spot, find the green, and go.”After going through a 2-7 season last year, getting back in the win column to open its new season was huge for Marshfield, head coach Denny Goettl said.“The boys know what we needed to do this year,” Goettl said. “It’s a lot of getting over things and trying to rejuvenate ourselves. We’re not going back to that season, the guys are here now and this is what we’re doing. The greatest thing to happen tonight was our kids saw, and fought through, adversity. We dropped a ton of passes, we missed tackles, we missed field goals…you could see the emotion on their faces and that’s what is important tonight. It was a great first game.”Marshfield struck first when Hoheisel returned a punt 17 yards and scored on a 25-yard run on the next play to put the Tigers up 6-0 with 6:36 to go in the first half.The lead was short-lived, however, as East needed just three plays to strike back. On third-down and 17, quarterback Kyle Daniel hit Thomas Dunbar for a 60-yard touchdown pass and the extra point put East up 7-6.That lead held until late in the third quarter when Marshfield pulled back ahead.Quarterback Tyson Slade connected with tight end Zach McManus on passes of 17 and 9 yards, and Hoheisel had three straight runs to cover the final 39 yards of the drive – the final one coming on a 16-yard TD scamper. McManus’ extra point kick made it 13-7 with 3:59 left in the third.East needed just two plays on its first drive of the fourth quarter to regain the lead. A 9-yard run by Levi Treinen and a 15-yard late hit penalty moved the ball to the 35 where fullback Chad Simon took it the rest of the way on the next play. East made the crucial extra point to go back on top, 14-13.“It’s that bend but don’t break attitude,” Goettl said of the Tigers’ defense. “We’re playing some guys both ways, half time. We’re playing five sophomores on this team and three of them are on defense. Every game will make them that much better.”East missed a field goal on its next possession following a Marshfield fumble, and the Tigers looked poised to regain the lead with a long drive.Hoheisel had five rushes for 53 yards and the Tigers reached the 8 before McManus missed a field goal with 4:07 left.The Tigers’ defense was able to force a punt and get the ball back to the offense with 1:47 remaining. Slade hit Isaac Huettl for a 46-yard pass on fourth-and-7 from the 43 and Hoheisel scored on the next play to give Marshfield the lead.East reached Marshfield 35 with 8 seconds to go before Daniel was intercepted in the end zone on the final play by Mason Metz.“Nick’s playing with a chip on his shoulder,” Goettl said. “He’s a senior. He got dinged up a couple of times last year, and he’s playing for him and us and for everybody. He’s a tough kid. The line said to just keep giving it to him. I love how everyone is playing for each other.”Marshfield opens its home schedule with a nonconference game against D.C. Everest on Aug. 28 at Beell Stadium. The game begins at 7 p.m. and will be broadcast on WDLB-AM 1450 and wdlbwosq.com.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.) Tigers 19, Lumberjacks 14Marshfield 0 6 7 6 – 19Wausau East 0 7 0 7 – 14Second QuarterM – Nick Hoheisel 25 run (run failed), 6:36.WE – Thomas Dunbar 60 pass from Kyle Daniel (Sharrod Harper kick), 4:20.Third QuarterM – Hoheisel 16 run (Zach McManus kick), 3:59.Fourth QuarterWE – Chad Simon 35 run (Harper kick), 11:34.M – Hoheisel 11 run (kick missed), 0:42.Team StatisticsFirst downs: Marshfield 14; Wausau East 13.Rushing (att-yards): Marshfield 37-248; Wausau East 41-165.Passing (comp-att-yards-int): Marshfield 6-19-89-0; Wausau East 7-21-150-1.Penalties (no.-yards): Marshfield 6-44; Wausau East 10-74.Fumbles (total-lost): Marshfield 2-2; Wausau East 0-0.Punting (no.-avg.): Marshfield 6-38.5; Wausau East 6-34.5.Individual StatisticsRushing: M, Nick Hoheisel 25-212, Tyson Slade 11-33, Braden Bohman 1-3. WE, Chad Simon 15-95, Levy Treinen 12-37, Kyle Daniel 11-17, Gabe McGinnity 2-9, Landon Krueger 1-7.Passing: M, Slade 6-19-89-0. WE, Daniel 7-20-150-1, Alex Becker 0-1-0-0.Receiving: M, Isaac Huettl 2-51, Zach McManus 3-33, Bohman 1-5. WE, Thomas Dunbar 5-134, JP Lacy 1-9, McGinnity 1-7.Punting: M, McManus 6-38.5. WE, McGinnity 6-34.5.Fumble recoveries (defense): WE, Reggie Brown, Cory Courneya.Interceptions (defense): M, Mason Metz.Records: Marshfield 1-0; Wausau East 0-1.
8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#Government#international#web curt hopkins Bahrain arrests blogger. Abd El Galil AlSingace was arrested upon returning from London, where he had spoken about human rights in Bahrain to the House of Lords. AlSingace is the chairman of the human rights commission of the Haq democracy movement. He was arrested, of course, for “disseminating false news about internal affairs in Bahrain and defaming judiciary and executive authorities.” He complained about the use of torture in Bahrain, and discrimination against guest workers from the Indian sub-continent. AlSingace’s Lords address resulted in a public rant by Bahrain’s king. When the blogger arrived at the airport, he was arrested and his family and friends were dispersed with tear gas and rubber bullets. He had been arrested before, in 2008.Jordan implements new online law to limit free speech. Jordan’s government has decreed a new law to limit “chaos” online. The law if focused on news and information websites, but that frame can be expanded at will to include anything, including a blog. If you run afoul of this law you could get a fine or get sent to a forced labor camp. Jordan has a reputation as a “liberal” Middle Eastern state. I’m not sure what that’s supposed to mean, but if you think it includes free speech, ask Imad Al-Ash. Oh, wait. You can’t. He’s in prison for two years for bad-mouthing the king on IM. This law was clearly design to be all-encompassing, malleable (for prosecuting agents) and vague enough to snare anyone. No doubt the hoped-for result is that anyone online starts second-guessing themselves enough that they post less and more innocuous materials. Hamed Saber has been released. Saber, an Iranian photoblogger, was arrested in July. No reason was given. He was released earlier this month. No reason was given for that either. Iran has frequently arrested, released and rearrested people as a form of psychological torture. India joins Blackberry banners. India has joined Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in demanding the device’s makers, Research in Motion, turn over encryption keys so its security forces can spy on users. India has given RIM a deadline of August 31. Rumors circulated that the company and the country had reached accommodation, though that appears to be premature. The company has said it would not make deals with governments, but it has. It’s blocking 3,000 porn sites in Kuwait. Allegedly. Given the problems with blocking software, who knows what they’re accidentally blocking. And once you get a foot in the door, it becomes much easier to get a shoulder in. Perhaps Kuwait will insist it block political subversives next. U.S. court orders anonymous commenters outed. Stanton Wettick, a judge in Pennsylvania, ordered a website editor to turn over the IP addresses of six commenters. They had all criticized a local politician, who then sued to get their identities, claiming they had “defamed” him. A 1996 U.S. telecommunications law protects anonymous commenters. But some local judges, like Wettick, apparently believe the law does not apply to them. Guide to mirroring blocked WordPress blogs issued in Arabic. If you have a censored WP blog, Global Voices has written a guide on how to create an uncensored mirror site for that blog. Now, it has translated the guide into Arabic. South Africa proposes press restriction law. The “Protection of Information Bill” now being considered by the South African parliament would allow pretty much any government official, from federal down to local, to label any piece of information an official secret. Any information so labeled would be off limits to journalists and anyone else outside the government. The RSA government is also proposing a “Media Appeals Tribunal” that would act as a kind of anti-press hit squad. These are ridiculous ideas that would damage the South African press and its vibrant blogging community. Jordan flag photo by Ali Alhasani | South African flag photo by Warrenski Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting