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Although in reality it is a form of attention that has long made a career, tradition has now been further strengthened. This is because, for example, aesthetic treatments such as requiring the professional or go to the home. Or even that there is a kind of classification as a special patient because of the extent of any specific disease.
They say that such care can be among the most “thin”, depending on the level of service to which a given patient. On the other hand, and specialists who serve in this system can be much more incisive in the investigation or monitoring of the symptoms of one or a patient. You can not dismiss the fact that this kind of attention in some countries is framed within what is known as prepaid medicine.
Increasingly in some nations there is an unfortunate fact that health gaze is considered a privilege. For this reason, many people think with good reason that private physicians, while not denying their importance, are being seen more as a privilege rather than a help in certain cases. Perhaps some governments are not equating the health services as they should, or, in theory, the ability to acquire rights from some institutions is very noticeable.
For all this, it should be a great restructuring of the health service so that it can be a greater equality between people’s basic needs. Sure, we can not ignore the tremendous economic capacity of many people whose condition can be paid very good medical services. Similarly, the ability to study medicine is something that involves spending is very important because there is a cheap race, much less. This is a topic that has enough if one looks tricky.
According to many opinions expressed, we may assume that the number of references to when purchasing private medical services is quite telling of how it is, so to speak, the health situation in a country. This may go against the general interests of obtaining health services in basic terms .
The administration of the State Government, in front of licensed Fidel Herrera Beltran, has contributed greatly to the health sector during this administration should redouble efforts and put to work as expected, the benefit of the people of Vera Cruz.
Mrs. Rosa Burundi de Herrera has been a key element and shaft start-up in any application that benefits the people of the State, and always has been initiated using vaccines and campaigns from cleaning to their participation in medical conferences.
Thus virtually complete its government Herrera Belt ran, with more action by the Secretary of Health and Health Services of Vera Cruz, with its motto “United for a future.”
Here in San Andres Tuttle, the Acting Chief of the Health District X, Dr. Fidel Cruz Rubio, has been circulated to the media an invitation to the general population, since the occasion of the Commemoration of the Week State of HIV / AIDS, will take place from Monday 22 to Friday 26 November this year, the World Day To Combat Aids 2010, this time with its motto “For your HIV-free sexual health … Decide”.
To launch this week of activities, inviting the general public, which will involve the various levels of government authorities, a parade on Monday, November 22 at 08:30 hours compared to ADO terminal, leave it to the main streets of the city to get to Central Park Sebastian Laredo de Tehama, front of City Hall where we will begin formal Health Week.
In reference, remember that each year there are 800 new cases of AIDS in Vera Cruz, data released in May this year by the Secretary of Health in Vera Cruz, Antigay Tenneco.
In addition, although not serious in Los Turtles, the jurisdictions of Vera Cruz, Coatzacoalcos and Pose Rica are the most AIDS cases have been registered. Despite all prevention campaigns, the 800 new Vera Cruz years are infected with HIV / AIDS, and then revealed Antigay Tenneco.
We also remember when he quoted: “It is a pandemic and latent problem, basically unsafe sex between men, each year we continue … Places like Puerto de Vera Cruz, Coatzacoalcos and Pose Rica are the municipalities statewide top the list more cases .
The media have been detailing the contributions of Hispanics in the United States, particularly after the Census Bureau announced the dramatic population increases that community in this country. However, this is also a good opportunity to talk about the gap in the Hispanic community as far as access to better health is concerned.
For example, in 2006, according to figures provided by the Department of Labor, United States, though Hispanics were more likely to be employed (65.2%) than non-Hispanic whites (63.8%), Hispanics were less likely to receive health coverage from your employer. According to estimates by the National Association of La Raze based on the same information, only 40% of Hispanics received health coverage from their employer, compared with 66% of employed whites.
Worse still, last year estimated that 41.5% of Hispanic adults had no health insurance. This number is too high when compared with 11.6% among whites. However, what can be done to settle these differences among demographic groups? Well, for starters, you can use the tools available to access health services.
The municipal Public Health Department reported that the infant mortality rate dropped to single digits in Rosario, down 1.3 points between 2008 and 2009, passing from 10.7 per thousand live births to 9.4 per thousand in the period. In this regard, the Director of Municipal Information System in Health, Dr. Anglia Chamita said it is “a downward trend is the result of long-term political support, the ongoing work on the problems of childhood and the articulation of all areas and public and private sectors.” In this regard, he said, “when analyzing this type of indicators important thing is not strictly the value of numbers, but in our case, the downward curve that was generated in Rosario since 94 with a rate of 20.8 per thousand to 9.4 per thousand in 2009.”
In this sense Chamita said that when they reach single digit values is increasingly difficult for the rate drops because the factors involved in the causes are more complicated to solve, whether for economic or cultural, or behaviors and practices rooted in society, as in health services. “
The infant mortality rate related deaths occurring under one year for a year and the number of live births registered during the same period. It is considered one of the most important indicators for planning and programming of health activities and, because of its special utility is required to calculate and correctly interpret their values, noted Dr. Chamita.
Among the most important causes leading to these deaths, it shows the prenatal. These are linked to the delivery care and newborn. Then follow the birth defects.