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Abha Intl' Private Hospital
Blood Donation Day 2015.
Date: June 14, 2015
Date & Time: June 14, 2015, 07:30 am - 04:30 pm.
Venue: Abha Private Hospital, Main Auditorium.
Abha Private Hospital
Is proud to salute the excellent work of nurses everywhere.
Date: June 12, 2014
"as the largest group of health professionals, who are the closest and often the only available health workers to the population, nurses have a great responsibility to improve the health of the population as well as to contribute towards achievement of the global development goals. It is essential that nurses and world leaders focus on the global nursing
workforce as a key priority for achieving better health for all."
International Council of Nurses(ICN)
Abha Private Hospital
Quality Focused Improvement in Healthcare Course
Date: April 12, 2014
Quality Focused Improvement in Healthcare Course Quality Improvement in Healthcare.
Quality Monitoring and Analysis.
Strategic Planning and Management in Healthcare.
5S Philosophy and Lean Methodology in Healthcare.
PDCA in Healthcare.
Root Cause Analysis.
FMEA in Healthcare.
Date & Time:
Topics to be covered:
April 12, 2014, 07:30 am - 04:30 pm.
Abha Private Hospital, Main Auditorium.
World Health Day - 7 April 2014.
World Health Day - 7 April 2014
"The topic for 2014 is vector-borne diseases."
World Health Day is celebrated on 7 April every year to mark the anniversary of the founding of WHO in 1948. Each year a theme is selected that highlights a priority area of public health. The Day provides an opportunity for individuals in every community to get involved in activities that can lead to better health.
Abha Private Hospitalt
Drug Information Center
Common Medication Errors in The hospital.
Drug Information Center is pleased to invite Your Excellency
to attend a sceintific lecture entitled "Common Medication Errors in the Hospital."
VENUE: APH , LECTURE HALL
On Sunday, February 23/2014
From 8.00 am to 8.30 am
Thank you for your interest
PRESENTATOR : Dr/TAREK NABIL AMHRO
FELLOWSHIP INFORMATION HEALTH-USA
MASTER CLINICAL PHARMACY CAMBRIDGE-UK
MANGER OF DRUG INFORMATION CENTER APH
Abha Private Hospital
World Blood Donor Day, 2013
Date & Time: June 13, 2013 at 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Give the gift of life: donate blood
Every year, on 14 June, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day. The event serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products and to thank voluntary unpaid blood donors for their life-saving gifts of blood.
Transfusion of blood and blood products helps save millions of lives every year. It can help patients suffering from life-threatening conditions live longer and with higher quality of life, and supports complex medical and surgical procedures. It also has an essential, life-saving role in maternal and perinatal care.
However, in many countries, there is not an adequate supply of safe blood, and blood services face the challenge of making sufficient blood available, while also ensuring its quality and safety.
An adequate supply can only be assured through regular donations by voluntary unpaid blood donors. WHO’s goal is for all countries to obtain all their blood supplies from voluntary unpaid donors by 2020. Today, in just 62 countries, national blood supplies are based on close to 100% voluntary unpaid blood donations, with 40 countries still dependent on family donors and even paid donors.
Every blood donation is a gift of life
The focus for this year’s campaign – the 10th anniversary of World Blood Donor Day – is blood donation as a gift that saves lives. WHO encourages all countries to highlight stories from people whose lives have been saved through blood donation, as a way of motivating regular blood donors to continue giving blood and people in good health who have never given blood, particularly young people, to begin doing so.
The objectives of this year’s campaign are to:thank blood donors for their life-saving donations;
promote voluntary unpaid blood donation; and
convince ministries of health to commit to achieving self-sufficiency in safe blood and blood products based on 100% voluntary unpaid blood donation.
Nursing Services Department
International Nurses Week 2013
8 MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger.
Goal 2: Achieve universal primary education.
Goal 3: Promote gender equality and empower women.
Goal 4: Reduce child mortality.
Goal 5: Improve maternal health.
Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases.
Goal 7: Ensure environmental sustainability.
Goal 8: Develop a global partnership for development.
Drug Information Center
Our Children and The Prevention Of Diseases in Winter
What is Pediatric winter?
Most pediatric winter be caused by viral pathogens infect the upper respiratory tract (nose and throat) One of the main reasons for spread of sudden changes in the weather.
How did the winter disease in children?
While coughing or sneezing, is launching a massive amount of microbes that lead to viral transmission to other children, so it is preferable to keep a window open, whether at home or school even less chance of infection.
What are the symptoms of winter diseases that affect children?
Symptoms of winter diseases is nominated or stuffy nose, usually accompanied by warmly and sore throat, and sometimes cough, redness of the eyes, and enlarged lymph glands. The incubation period of the virus between 3 and 5 days and starts with a little sluggishly, fatigue and nasal congestion, running nose and cough and sneeze a companion to the rise in temperature, and this case remains about a week.
Normal rate of infection winter diseases (colds )?
Children under six years old are injured about 7 common cold each year, while the older children, injured about 4 common cold each year, and infants younger than six months less susceptible to colds, because nutrition depends on mother's milk, which contains a lot of antibodies.
How long the symptoms of the disease?
Cold, cough and stuffy nose are a natural reaction to enter the microbial viruses of the respiratory system and defensive actions by the body to get rid of excess secretions and usually continue to heat for a period not exceeding three days, be minor and disappear automatically. Do not worry for a common cold, the spectrum because the child is still in the construction phase of the immune system, which helps the formation of antibodies to viruses.
How to overcome these symptoms?
Treat viral diseases winter is to alleviate symptoms associated with these diseases and clean the child's nose, and a stuffy nose advised using warm water points or points salt, rest and drink plenty of fluids warm. And cough is an offer and not a disease it occurs as a result of a respiratory infection and a defense of the body.
Are there signs of secondary bacterial infections?
Yes, there are a number of indicators of a secondary bacterial infections such as: difficulty breathing, continuing heat more than three days, runny nose more than ten days, increased secretions of the eye and ear pain and sinus
And how to be a treatment in the event of secondary bacterial infections?
Necessary to review the doctor when you notice any of the symptoms of secondary bacterial infections in children.
Critical period that warrant caution winter diseases?
Is from early December until the end of April, a period critical that require further caution and prevention.
How to prevent winter illnesses in children?
1. Child care to be given the necessary preventive vaccinations on time
2. Improve ventilation of rooms and avoid the pungent odors.
3. Attention to a good diet and eat more fruits rich in vitamin C, such as orange, lemon and guava to increase the body's immunity
4. Careful to wash your hands before eating anything (wash your hands properly with soap and running water for 20 seconds).
Warnings important in dealing with winter illnesses:
1. Must be wary of giving drugs aspirin during viral infections.
2. Should not be over-heating the rooms of the house, the air dry weaken the resistance of the mucous membranes of the nose and lead to respiratory irritation.
3. Avoid direct contact with the injured, and non-use of the patient's health tools such as cups, utensils, napkins, to avoid transmission.
4. Avoid wearing fur and fur-clad games because they could be the cause of irritation of the mucous membranes in the respiratory tract, raising sensitivity.
5. Avoid exposure to sudden changes in temperature, and avoid eating cold drinks.
6. Avoid places filled with dust and avoid the smell of smoke, and the smell of incense and perfumes excess pungent smell.
7. Be careful when you use antibiotics to children do not need her risk Aazzmn infection resistance to antibiotics when children themselves and society as a whole.
Finally, we wish good health for all....
Dr / Tarek Nabil Mahmoud
American fellowship in health information
Master of Clinical Pharmacy - Cambridge. Britain
Advanced Diploma Health Quality Management - Cambridge. Britain
Drug Information Center at the hospital
Drug Information Center
High Blood Pressure
high blood pressure, is dangerous because it can lead to strokes, heart attacks, heart failure, or kidney disease.
The goal of hypertension treatment :
is to lower high blood pressure and protect important organs, like the brain, heart, and kidneys from damage. Treatment for hypertension has been associated with reductions in stroke (reduced an average of 35%-40%), heart attack (20%-25%), and heart failure (more than 50%), according to research.