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Babies who are born after the zero hour of tomorrow will not be included in the National Census 2010. Instead, it will be available to those who die after that time 27, but they have been alive before the first minute of Wednesday.
a baby born will not be censados.El 27 Ministry of Health of the Province of Buenos Aires said that the Census should record a “snapshot population” zero hours on 27 October, which will not enter in the census babies born after that time.
However, it does include those persons who die after the zero hour of 27 but they have been alive before the first minute of Wednesday.
From the Information Division of the Secretary Systematized Planning Health explained that the hospital census takers should be relieved of any patient data that has spent the night of 26 to 27 October in the public and private hospitals.
If the internship is an infant or a person unable to respond, the information must be provided by health personnel in charge or by a relative.
In that sense, it was recommended to people who have relatives internees who do know the census taker that he knows he will be relieved at the health facility.
“We are fully committed to the census because we will have updated information to make a new diagnosis of the health status of our population, which involves collecting key information for health policy planning in the Province of Buenos Aires”, said Minister Health, Alexander Collie.
At the same time, from the ministry explained that health personnel may choose to respond or not to roll in your workplace in your home only if there is a relative or partner to provide information.
However, if the person lived alone is required to respond to the questionnaire in their workplace.
Regarding the functioning hospital, the Provincial Director of Hospitals, Claudio Ortiz, details that provide the same services offered on holidays, i.e. guard and surgical care for emergency only
The Spanish Society of Contraception (SEC) and the Federation of Family Planning (FPFE) in collaboration with Bayer HealthCare, and the city of Seville, presented the “I set the pace, also in college,” which aims to raise awareness young people between 18 and 24 years of the importance of leading a healthy and responsible sexual life, through the use of safe and effective contraceptive methods.
The campaign has an impact on improving the knowledge of methods like the pill and options as the “dual approach” as a form of simultaneous protection against unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and HIV / AIDS, i.e. The combined use of contraceptives (the pill or the ring) and barrier methods (such as condoms), which is essential when you have no partner.
In the presentation ceremony were present the company’s Health and Consumer Affairs of the City of Seville, Maria Teresa Florida, the vice dean of the School of Nursing at the University of Seville, José Maria Suarez Jimenez, the head of Area Youth Federation Family Planning, Raquel Hurt ado, and gynecologist at the Hospital Virgin Macarena in Seville, Dr. Mercedes Martinez, and actress Monica Starred, which acts as an ambassador of this initiative.
As said Raquel Hurt ado, head of the Youth Area FPFE “unwanted pregnancy is increasing among younger people, especially those who are between 18 and 24 years.” Referring to data of the Centre for Reproductive Health, the proportion of unwanted pregnancies in fewer than 18 years of Andalusia is of 99.6 percent. “With this figure, it shows the lack of education and information that makes young people takes unnecessary risks in their sexual relationships,” said Hurt ado. Therefore, the Dean of the Faculty of Nursing said that “the data are devastating, with free services and information out there.”