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Health
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1. Introduction
Health is the level of functional
or metabolic efficiency of an organism at both the cellular and social level. In the medical field , health is commonly defined as an
organism's ability to succesfully respond to challenges and
effectively restore and keep a so-called „state of balance “.
2. History

During the Middle Ages the hospital could serve other functions , such as an almshouse for the poor , or hostel for pilgrims. In ancient cultures , religion and medicine were linked . The earliest known institutions aiming to provide cure were Egyptian temples . Greek temples dedicatedto the
healer-god, might admit the sick, who would wait for guidance from
the god in a dream . The Romans adopted this worship.
The Sri Lankans are perhaps responsible for introducing theconcept ofdedicated hospitals to the
world. According to an ancient chronicle, written in the 6th century A.D., a king had lying -in homes and hospitals built in
various parts of the country . This is the earliest documentary
evidencewe have of institutions built especially for the care of the
sick anywhere in the world.
Institutions created to care for
the ill also appeared early in India, China , the Persian Empire and
Rome.
  • Hospitals

Today , hospitals are usually funded by the state, health organisationseither for profit or for
non-profit, by health insurances or by charities and by donations.
Earlier before , they were often founded and funded by religious orders orcharitable individuals and leaders. Nowadays , hospitals are
staffed by professional physicians, surgeons and nurses, whereas in
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Health topic

Topic Health Introduction Good health is very important for us. We should do everything we can to stay healthy. Being in good health means having our body and mind in good working order, free from disease and pain. Ways of keeping health There are many ways for keeping health. To stay healthy we should eat right foot, dress comfortably, spend much time in fresh air, have enough rest, keep ourselves clean and have regular checkups with the doctor and the dentist. A big part of prevention of diseseases is sporting. Poeple need to have phsical exercise. If they can not have it, they will get stressed and they will be infected with dieseases much easier. For example it would be good to run every day for some time. That way one probably

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Health

Table of contents 1. Introduction 2. History 2.1. Early Hospitals 2.2 Recent developments 3. The National Health Service 4. Diseases 5. First Aid 6. Medicine and elements of medical care 7. Doctors 8. Ways of keeping health 9. Conclusion 10.Used materials 1. Introduction The human body is just like a machine with many parts. Each part has a special job, and all the parts work together to keep you alive and healthy. Good health is one of the most important things in life. There are certain things we can do to stay healthy. We should eat a balanced diet that includes the right kinds of food and drink plenty of clean, fresh water. We should exercise regularly, strengthening our muscles and keeping us in shape. Exercise helps the blood circulate around our bodies, cleaning out waste and supplying plenty of oxygen. It is also important what we get enough sleep. The number of hours we sleep we need depend on our age

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Unit 4 HEALTH AND CARE

suitable for modern needs or conditions - used to show they grow disheartened. disapproval [= outdated]: antiquated laws; ajast ja 21.disillusioned (by/with) adj - [,disi'lu:()nd] arust, iganenud disappointed because you have lost your belief that 5. awareness n - ['wens] knowledge or understanding someone is good, or that an idea is right: As she grew of a particular subject or situation: Health officials have older, Laura became increasingly disillusioned with tried to raise awareness (=improve people's politics. knowledge) about AIDS. teadlikkus 22.disorient(at)ing adj - [,dis':rinteitin] confusing you 6. avert v - prevent something unpleasant from and making you not certain about what is happening häppening: It may already be too late to avert another around you: Lack of sleep can be disorienting.

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Social Problems

residence is in an institution that provides a residence for individuals intended to be institutionalized, or in a public or private place not designed for use as a regular sleeping conditions for human beings. Problems faced by homeless people Homeless people face many problems beyond the lack of a safe and suitable home. They are often faced with many social disadvantages and reduced access to private and public services such as: · Reduced access to health care. · Limited access to education. · Increased risk of suffering from violence and abuse. · General discrimination from other people. · Not being seen as suitable for employment. · Reduced access to banking services to save money. · Reduced access to communications technology, such as telephones and the internet. Health care for the homeless Health care for the homeless is a major public health challenge.

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What is integrated care?

Research report Sara Shaw, Rebecca Rosen and Benedict Rumbold June 2011 Nuffield Trust work on integrated care This report is part of the Nuffield Trust's extensive programme of work on integrated care, which is examining the potential of new forms of care that are intended to benefit patients and taxpayers. Other related projects include: ·Integration in action: four international case studies. A study of four international organisations that have attempted to improve integration between health and care services. Interviews, documentary analysis and literature review are used to identify the main stimuli for integration and the issues that help or hinder progress; drawing out lessons for the NHS. ·Towards integrated care in Trafford. A project that looks at the process of change and lessons learned to date in Trafford, where NHS organisations have been working on the development of an integrated care system across the whole health economy.

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MRSA

MRSA can cause serious, sometimes fatal, infections that resist treatment with all but a few drugs - for example, vancomycin, linezolid or daptomycin. Some extremely rare strains of MRSA that are resistant even to vancomycin are starting to turn up in some hospitals. · MRSA in the community. In the 1990s, a type of MRSA began showing up outside hospital settings - in the wider community. These strains aren't the same as those associated with health care settings and hospitals. Today, these forms of staph, known as community-associated MRSA, or CA-MRSA, are responsible for many serious skin and soft tissue infections and for a serious form of pneumonia. And while CA-MRSA initially was found more outside the hospital setting, that is changing. Strains of CA- MRSA are now found with increasing frequency in hospitals and other health-care settings.

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Art of Healing: present and future

Art of Healing: present and future Health is very important for people. They try to keep themselves healthy because otherwise they would feel miserable. People watch carefully what they eat and many go to regular check-ups. But still people get ill, even the healthiest people catch a cold sometimes. Nothing can prevent accidents to happen. The people who are ill or some kind of an accident has happened to them need help. Medicine is the science and art of healing. It is a science because it is based on knowledge gained

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Long-Term Nursing Clinic, haigla

The Geriatric Department cares for patients mostly over 65 years of age. People of this age may be left with permanent problems caused by illness and total recovery may not be possible. The Long-Term Nursing Clinic tries to alleviate the discomfort of such patients and find ways in which they could cope. Nursing, which is highly valued in the whole of the East Tallinn Central Hospital, is very important in the Long-Term Nursing Clinic. Patients who are in a stable health and functional condition and depend on others in their everyday activities constantly need nursing care, regular medical checks and adjustment of treatment. Nursing care is given to patients on the basis of individual nursing plans, which have been prepared on the basis of the patient's needs. In 2006, nurses of the Clinic started offering home nursing care services. About ten nurses from the East Tallinn Central Hospital visit patients in their homes after the end of inpatient treatment

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ixi9 profiilipilt
ixi9: Sobib neile, kes otsivad just haiglate ja meditsiiniga seotud juttu. Spordist ja tervislikust toitumisest, stressist jms. on vähem juttu.
22:07 05-04-2009
SweetGeisha profiilipilt
SweetGeisha: lahe et ma niisama punkte raiskasin ... tõsiselt mõtetu
17:11 20-01-2010
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Siim Palok: väike tüng ei tasu ära
18:11 15-11-2009



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