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The aim of this work, carried out by members of the Military Medical University Shanghai, was to assess, through rigorous scientific study (meta-analysis of randomized and controlled studies), effectiveness and safety of the use of specific antibiotics to prevent long term repeat urinary tract infections (UTI recurrent).
We carried out a search in databases and relevant journal articles, mainly reflecting recurrent UTI, with repeated positive urine cultures, new or chronic renal injury and adverse events during or after treatment.
Although more studies are needed in this regard, the authors conclude that of all the data reviewed, there is evidence that prevention with antibiotics reduces the incidence of recurrent UTI in childhood.
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UGT is essential to put in the hands of workers the necessary tools to achieve better working conditions that result in higher levels of health and safety for all. Knowing what the potential health damage we are facing will help us become more involved in achieving more realistic risk assessments tailored to the specific circumstances of each worker in his job.
Aware of the need to promote awareness-information to prevent risks in the workplace, UGT has decided to make this campaign through a bus-class that will cover different points of all the autonomous communities, including the Canaries, under the slogan “Manu a Manu for the Prevention, Manu a Manu for your health and safety.”
The objectives of this campaign is to disseminate and inform workers about the existence of ergonomic and psychosocial risks and the reality of Diseases, stressing the need for health surveillance is carried out based on preventive approach . Furthermore, it is to sensitize stakeholders in the prevention of occupational hazards that ergonomic and psychosocial risks and diseases are preventable through proper monitoring of health, integrated prevention planning company.
This classroom-Geauga is an articulated vehicle 18 meters long and 2.5 meters wide, equipped with two rooms that are two clerical positions complete with waiting room and reading, in addition to mobile internet connection and lifting platform people with disabilities, and to have various materials related to the Prevention of Occupational Risks.
The Federal Institute of Access to Information and Protection of Information (IFAI) ordered the Ministry of Health (SS), make a new search for information and publicize the number of indigenous people infected in 2009 with the AIDS virus, broken down by gender, age and socioeconomic status.
The SS also must provide the source documents attesting to the plans and programs to provide care to indigenous people infected and the number of people served by the agency and the cost of treatment.
In response, the agency had provided statistics on cases of HIV / AIDS cases in indigenous municipalities, by age group and sex, from 1983 to 2010, and indicated that the National Registry of HIV / AIDS does not have the variable of socioeconomic status .
It had also stated that any citizen who had no social security, have free access to treatment and reported that up to December 31, 2009, it had 1.296 Indians served by the agency, with an average annual cost of $ 50,304.00 for each one.
Dissatisfied with the response, the appellant filed an appeal for review before the IFAI, through which said the agency did not consult all administrative units the authority to release the information requested.
Similarly, he argued that the data given to him are untrue, because while the office issued by the Director General of the National Center for Prevention and Control of HIV / AIDS, says that “… Until 2009, records AIDS and HIV cases do not identify whether the person is indigenous or not, the Director General of Epidemiology A table entitled Cases of HIV / AIDS cases in indigenous municipalities. “
In arguments, the SS reiterated his original response, said it turned over the request to all relevant units and explained the apparent inconsistency in the information provided to the individual.