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It details the entire medical waste management system: organization of waste management in units, decontamination of medical waste in autoclaves, and actions in emergency situations. (...) In order to reduce the risks, the Kyrgyz Medical Institute for Retraining and Advanced Training, together with UNDP, has developed a video course on medical waste management. (...) Medical personnel are advised to use a specially designed video course, which details the categories of medical waste and how they are disposed of.
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Score: 543179.7 - https://www.undp.org/kyrgyzsta...-%E2%80%93-healthy-environment
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Cigna Version November 2018 FDESCRIPTION OF SERVICES DESCRIPTION OF MEDICAL COVERAGE UNV NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS YOUR BENEFITSVERVIEW UNV Nationals: Cigna’s services and medical coverages 2/18 November 2018 CONTENT This document contains a general description of Cigna’s services and medical cover provided by UNV to its National Volunteers away from headquarters. (...) Furthermore, the treatment or purchase must also be reasonable and customary from a medical point of view. This means, for example, that the number of treatment sessions/days of admission/dosage of medication should be medically justified. (...) In case of a medical emergency, approval can be obtained post factum, on the basis of the same medical criteria.
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Score: 543085.06 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...ion%20of%20benefits%202019.pdf
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Cigna Version November 2018 FDESCRIPTION OF SERVICES DESCRIPTION OF MEDICAL COVERAGE UNV NATIONAL VOLUNTEERS YOUR BENEFITSVERVIEW UNV Nationals: Cigna’s services and medical coverages 2/18 November 2018 CONTENT This document contains a general description of Cigna’s services and medical cover provided by UNV to its National Volunteers away from headquarters. (...) Furthermore, the treatment or purchase must also be reasonable and customary from a medical point of view. This means, for example, that the number of treatment sessions/days of admission/dosage of medication should be medically justified. (...) In case of a medical emergency, approval can be obtained post factum, on the basis of the same medical criteria.
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Score: 543085.06 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...e%20Policy%20Description_1.pdf
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Where patients are treated in medical facilities with which the UN system has or will conclude a formal arrangement for the provision of medical services, the central fund will be used to pay for medically necessary, reasonable and customary medical costs and expenses for services related to intensive and high dependency treatment of COVID-19; and reasonable additional incidental expenses, such as personal and hygiene items (toothbrush, shower gel) telephone/TV, drinks, newspapers, incurred during intensive and high dependency treatment of COVID-19. (...) Where patients are treated in facilities with which the UN system does not have and will not conclude a formal arrangement for the provision of medical services, your organization agrees to pay for all medical services, hospital accommodation costs, and reasonable incidental expenses. (...) Your organization shall also be responsible for all costs incurred by any non- medical escort, including the costs of international travel and accommodation for the non-medical escort.
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Score: 543057 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...to_covid-19_medevac_system.pdf
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Medical management of abortion WHO has today launched new guidance, Medical management of abortion . (...) New recommendations A number of studies have recently been published which give new evidence related to the timing, dosage, dosing intervals and routes of administration of medications to manage abortion, as well as the timing of contraception initiation following a medical abortion. (...) In addition, this guideline includes updated recommendations related to the following indications: medical management of incomplete abortion at < 13 weeks of gestation; and medical management of induced abortion at < 12 weeks, and at ≥ 12 weeks.
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Score: 543039.36 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...line-medical-abortion-care/en/
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Microsoft Word - DGPWG.10.WP.017.2.en.doc (3 pages) DGPWG.10.WP.017.2.en.doc DANGEROUS GOODS PANEL (DGP) MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP OF THE WHOLE Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 7 to 11 November 2010 Agenda Item 2: Development of recommendations for amendments to the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284) for incorporation in the 2013/2014 Edition 2.8: Part 8 — Provisions Concerning Passengers and Crew ACCEPTANCE OF MEDICAL GASEOUS OXYGEN OR AIR CYLINDERS, OCCASIONALLY CARRIED BY MEDICAL TRAINED PERSONNEL OF THE OPCW (Presented by T.L Muller) SUMMARY This paper seeks clarification that the provision in Part 8;1.1.2 a) of the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods (Doc 9284) also applies to the medical gaseous oxygen, or air cylinders carried by medically trained inspectors of the OPCW. (...) Without a portable oxygen supply the treatment cannot be met, and emergency life saving treatment will be significantly compromised. To meet these medical protocols the carriage of medical gaseous oxygen, or air cylinders is required for medical necessities. (...) Note.— Devices containing liquid oxygen are forbidden as or in carry-on baggage, checked baggage or on the person. 1.4 In order to allow the OPCW to carry out their responsibilities anywhere around the world, with the possibility of the use of medical gaseous oxygen, or air cylinders on their duty, we propose that the passenger and crew provision in Part 8, Chapter 1, Paragraph 1.1.2. a) also apply to medical gaseous oxygen, or air cylinders carried by medically trained inspectors of the OPCW. 2.
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Score: 542914.8 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2010/DGPWG.10.WP.017.2.en.pdf
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Microsoft Word - DGPWG.15.IP.007.5.en.docx (3 pages) DGPWG.1 Agenda I 1. IN 1.1 medical d These co enhancing prevent, t diabetes, applicatio which are used for r 5.IP.007.5.en.do Item 5: Dev tran from Coo 5.6: Mis ( This info medical requested medical d devices a health an Action b raised in NTRODUCT As sta device and me mpanies dev g products an treat, and mo cardiovascula ons. (...) This has significantly impacted the supply chains of medical device manufacturers and has implications to global health care and patient well-being. 1.3 The majority of lithium batteries used in life-saving medical devices are shipped by air. Due to new and pending transportation restrictions, the medical device supply chain is being disrupted, resulting in untimely shipping of life-sustaining and life-enhancing medical devices to patients.
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Score: 542873.44 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...PWG15/DGPWG.15.IP.007.5.en.pdf
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Multimedia Medical Record Towards standards for management and transmission of medical data in web technology Dr. Francesco Sicurello President @ITIM – Italian Association of Telemedicine and Medical Informatics (Italy) Medical Informatics Unit, CNR-Institute of Biomedical Technology, Milan Health Directorate, Lombardia Region – Research and Innovation Office Medical record consists in a set of patient health information, related to therapeutical and diagnostic processes of care. (...) It should also be interactive to allow hypothesis testing and generation. The process of medical record standardization can be composed of the following phases: 1. structure analysis of medical records; 2. random retrieval and review of records of cases; 3. comparison of the results among the different records; 4. recording of data from new cases using a common record format Fig. 1 – Flow chart of a medical record standardization process The development of Multimedia Medical Record and heterogeneous data bases makes difficult the sharing of clinical information due to the difference of software platforms, data bases structures and connection between the location of the medical data.
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Score: 542873.44 - https://www.itu.int/itudoc/itu...e-health/wcon/s4con002_ww9.doc
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Workshop on Standardization in E-Health Français   Español   Print Version   Home : ITU-T Home : Workshops and Seminars Workshop on Standardization in E-Health Geneva, 23-25 May 2003 Abstract Towards standards for management and transmission of medical data in web technology Dr. Francesco Sicurello President @ITIM – Italian Association of Telemedicine and Medical Informatics (Italy) Medical Informatics Unit, CNR-Institute of Biomedical Technology, Milan Health Directorate, Lombardia Region – Research and Innovation Office Medical record consists in a set of patient health information, related to therapeutical and diagnostic processes of care. (...) This constitutes the Multimedia Medical Record (MMR). The standardization of medical records can also allow generation of basic healthcare statistics (frequency among patients of one or more conditions, duration of stay in hospital, use of particular drug, inserting in a experimental protocol) as well as more sophisticated tests. (...) The development of Multimedia Medical Record and heterogeneous data bases makes difficult the sharing of clinical information due to the difference of software platforms, data bases structures and connection between the location of the medical data.
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Score: 542839.26 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...ealth/abstracts/abs-s4-03.html
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Integrating the Gender Perspective in Medical and Health Education and Research (Yut-Lin WONG) French version Integrating the Gender Perspective in Medical and Health Education and Research 1. (...) It has been alleged that not only has gender bias "infected" medical research, but women have been systematically excluded from medical studies. (...) REFERENCES 1. British Medical Association. Philosophy and Practice of Medical Ethics .
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Score: 542836.13 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/daw/csw/integrate.htm
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