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DR is a serious eye-disease caused by diabetes that affects blood vessels in the light-sensitive tissue called the retina that lines the back of the eye. (...) Prevention of vision loss requires early detection of DR via regular eye exams and screening by a trained ophthalmologist or eye care professional. (...) Although most causes are usually benign and can be managed by primary care physicians, certain uncommon conditions with red eye like keratitis, iritis and glaucoma require early recognition, initiation of treatment and quick referral to a higher centre for appropriate management.
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Bleeding can occur from the mouth, nose, eyes or stomach. Half of these patients die within 7–10 days. (...) More on vaccination Newsletters EYE Strategy June 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy June 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy May 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy May 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy April 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy April 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy March 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy March 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy February 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy February 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy January 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy January 2022 Newsletter EYE Strategy November 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy November 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy October 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy October 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy September 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy September 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy August 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy August 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy July 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy July 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy June 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy June 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy May 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy May 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy April 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy April 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy March 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy March 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy February 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy February 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy December 2020 & January 2021 Newsletter EYE Strategy December 2020 & January 2021 Newsletter News All → 10 August 2021 Departmental news Documentary: Yellow fever preventive mass vaccination campaign, Democratic Republic of Congo, 2021 27 April 2021 News release Sudan launches yellow fever vaccination campaign among Ethiopian refugees and host communities World Immunization Week 24 - 30 April Find out more     Yellow fever case distribution Yellow fever outbreaks are difficult to predict as transmission is complex and involves many factors (population immunity, viral transmission dynamics, climate and ecological factors). (...) Download Read More 15 June 2010 Surveillance of adverse events following immunization against yellow fever This field guide is intended for health workers at the central, intermediate and peripheral levels (physicians, health workers and decision-makers) who...
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Score: 1243914.6 - https://www.who.int/health-topics/yellow-fever
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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS ON ITS 2ND SESSION, GENEVA, 10 DECEMBER 2004 : COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS ON THE TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS AND ON THE GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM OF CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING OF CHEMICALS : ADDENDUM 3
Insert the following note under the table: “NOTE 1: If a substance/mixture is also determined to be corrosive (based on data such as skin or eye data), corrosivity hazard may also be communicated by some authorities as symbol and/or hazard statement. That is, in addition to an appropriate acute toxicity symbol, a corrosivity symbol (used for skin and eye corrosivity) may be added along with a corrosivity hazard statement such as “corrosive” or “corrosive to the respiratory tract.”. 3.1.5 In the decision logic 3.1.1, on the last box on the left, replace “Class 4” with “Category 4” on the second and third bullets. (...) 4 (see criteria in 3.7.3.2.1 to 3.7.3.2.4) Additional category for effects on or via lactation Additional category for effects on or via lactation or No classification Yes No No No ST/SG/AC.10/32/Add.3 page 12 Chapter 3.8 3.8.1.1 Amend the end of the paragraph to read as follows: “…and/or delayed and not specifically addressed in chapters 3.1 to 3.7 are included (see also 3.8.1.6).”. 3.8.1.6 In the first sentence, replace “Target Organ” with “Specific Target Organ” and amend the last sentence to read as follows: “Other specific toxic effects listed below are assessed separately in the GHS and consequently are not included here: (a) acute lethality/toxicity (Chapter 3.1); (b) skin corrosivity/irritation (Chapter 3.2); (c) serious damage to eyes/irritation (Chapter 3.3); (d) skin and respiratory sensitization (Chapter 3.4); (e) mutagenicity (Chapter 3.5); (f) carcinogenicity (Chapter 3.6); and (g) reproductive toxicity (Chapter 3.7).”. 3.8.1.7 Insert a new paragraph to read as follows: “3.8.1.7 The classification criteria in this chapter are organized as criteria for substances Categories 1 and 2 (see 3.8.2.1), criteria for substances Category 3 (see 3.8.2.2) and criteria for mixtures (see 3.8.3).
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DR is a serious eye-disease caused by diabetes that affects blood vessels in the light-sensitive tissue called the retina that lines the back of the eye. (...) Prevention of vision loss requires early detection of DR via regular eye exams and screening by a trained ophthalmologist or eye care professional. (...) Although most causes are usually benign and can be managed by primary care physicians, certain uncommon conditions with red eye like keratitis, iritis and glaucoma require early recognition, initiation of treatment and quick referral to a higher centre for appropriate management.
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Score: 1241813.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-K-017-A02.docx
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DR is a serious eye-disease caused by diabetes that affects blood vessels in the light-sensitive tissue called the retina that lines the back of the eye. (...) Prevention of vision loss requires early detection of DR via regular eye exams and screening by a trained ophthalmologist or eye care professional. (...) Although most causes are usually benign and can be managed by primary care physicians, certain uncommon conditions with red eye like keratitis, iritis and glaucoma require early recognition, initiation of treatment and quick referral to a higher centre for appropriate management.
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Score: 1241813.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ents/all/FGAI4H-J-017-A02.docx
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DR is a serious eye-disease caused by diabetes that affects blood vessels in the light-sensitive tissue called the retina that lines the back of the eye. (...) Prevention of vision loss requires early detection of DR via regular eye exams and screening by a trained ophthalmologist or eye care professional. (...) Although most causes are usually benign and can be managed by primary care physicians, certain uncommon conditions with red eye like keratitis, iritis and glaucoma require early recognition, initiation of treatment and quick referral to a higher centre for appropriate management.
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RENEWAL OF THE UNITED NATIONS HEADQUARTERS-ADMINISTERED HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAMME, EFFECTIVE 1 JULY 2012 / FROM THE CONTROLLER
Office visit co-payments for in-network specialist services are increased from $15.00 to $20.00 per office visit but remain at $15.00 for in-network primary care physicians (PCP) such as family and general practitioners, pediatricians, obstetricians-gynecologists (ob-gyn), and internists; ii. (...) Empire Blue Cross vision services are administered by Blue View Vision (Eye Med). c. Changes effective 1 July 2011: i. (...) Reimburse all birth control devices that require a prescription; iv. Reimburse frames for eye glasses and increase the maximum benefit for optical care to $250 per 24 months; v.
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RENEWAL OF THE HEADQUARTERS MEDICAL AND DENTAL INSURANCE PLANS EFFECTIVE 1 JULY 2002, AND ANNUAL ENROLMENT CAMPAIGN, 3-7 JUNE 2002 / FROM THE CONTROLLER
Select a search category, such as “Physicians and Other Health Care Professionals” or “Vision One Providers”. 2. (...) On the other hand, the participant may also be treated by a physician who is not a participating practitioner in the plan. (...) To be eligible for reimbursement, home health care must be prescribed by a physician and determined to be medically necessary.
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A/HRC/51/NGO/247 3 From January 2018 to January 2022, Physicians for Human Rights–Israel (PHRI) provided assistance to more than 180 children aged two months to 18 years, including breastfed babies, whose parents were denied permits and would not have been able to accompany their children as they underwent medical procedures outside Gaza. (...) Twenty-six percent of the children whose families contacted PHRI for assistance over the course of the project suffered from pediatric cancer/tumor, 18% had heart diseases, 10% were referred to neurology clinics, and the rest suffered from genetic disorders and eye, kidneys, digestive system diseases. According to information obtained by PHRI, between January and September 2021-68% of minors’ applications were either denied or delayed, resulting in a dramatic increase in the refusal of minors’ applications themselves to seek medical treatment. (...) Promptly and effectively intervene to end Israeli barriers to Palestinians’ access to healthcare services and ensure Israel’s respect of its obligations under international humanitarian and human rights law. Physicians for Human Rights–Israel, NGO(s) without consultative status, also share the views expressed in this statement. (1) See, for example: Al Mezan Center for Human Rights (Al Mezan), The Gaza Bantustan: Israeli Apartheid in the Gaza Strip, available at: https://www.mezan.org/en/post/24083; Al Haq, BADIL, PCHR, Al Mezan, Addameer, CCPRJ, CIHRS, Habitat International Coalition, Joint Parallel Report to CERD on Israel’s Seventeenth to Nineteenth Periodic Reports, available at: https://www.alhaq.org/cached_uploads/download/2019/11/12/joint-parallel-report-to-cerd-on-israel-s- 17th19th-periodic-reports-10-november-2019-final-1573563352.pdf; B’Tselem, A regime of Jewish supremacy from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea: This is apartheid, available at: https://www.btselem.org/publications/fulltext/202101_this_is_apartheid; Human Rights Watch, A Threshold Crossed, available at: https://www.hrw.org/report/2021/04/27/ threshold-crossed/israeli- authorities-and-crimes-apartheid-and-persecution; Amnesty International, Israel’s Apartheid against Palestinians: A Cruel System of Domination and Crime Against Humanity, available at: A/HRC/51/NGO/247 4 https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2022/02/israels-apartheid-against-palestinians-a-cruel- system-of-domination-and-a-crime-against-humanity/; UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian Territory occupied since 1967, 25 March 2022: https://www.ohchr.org/en/press-releases/2022/03/israels-55-year-occupation-palestinian-territory- apartheid-un-human-rights (2) See Al Mezan, The Gaza Bantustan: Israeli Apartheid in the Gaza Strip, November 2021, available at: https://www.mezan.org/en/post/24083; (3) Physicians for Human Rights Israel, Israel and the Right to Health in the Occupied West Bank During COVID-19, August 2021, available at: https://www.phr.org.il/wp (7) See World Heath Organization at: https://healthclusteropt.org/admin/file_manager/uploads/files/shares/Documents/62c40b9c04cf5.pdf Written statement* submitted by Al Mezan Centre for Human Rights, a non-governmental organization in special consultative status Israel’s Health Apartheid against Palestinian Patients in the Gaza Strip Disparities in access to healthcare Recommendations
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RENEWAL OF THE HEADQUARTERS MEDICAL AND DENTAL INSURANCE PLANS EFFECTIVE 1 JULY 2005, AND ANNUAL ENROLMENT CAMPAIGN, 6-10 JUNE 2005 / FROM THE CONTROLLER
Select a search category, such as “Physicians and Other Health Care Professionals” or “Vision One Providers”. 2. (...) QUICK: search by using physician name; b. PROXIMITY: search by zip code; c. (...) On the other hand, the participant may also be treated by a physician who is not a participating practitioner in the plan.
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