Preventing Summertime Injuries

Posted Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Summer is upon us which means children are enjoying outdoor activities such as swimming, camping, skating and more. Although it is considered a nostalgic time of year filled with fun, summer is also referred to as trauma season by the medical community. In fact, emergency room visits increase by 20% in June, July and August. This guide is being provided to educate your patients on the importance of summer safety, common injuries, prevention and what to do if an accident occurs.

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Cord Blood: What You Need to Know

Posted Friday, July 17, 2015

Tens of thousands of patients undergo blood-related transfusions each year as a result of a debilitating disease diagnosis. Treatments used to treat certain diseases can cause red and white blood cell counts to decrease to an extremely low number. While there are methods to restore these counts, an estimated 10,000 to 15,000 patients in the United States have been unable to use blood donations because no suitable DNA match can be found. However, there is an alternative solution that offers many advantages, called Cord Blood.

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Endoscopy: What to Expect

Posted Wednesday, July 15, 2015

1.6 Million Endoscopies are performed annually in the U.S. alone. In fact, endoscopies are one of the most common procedures performed in an ambulatory surgery center. Although endoscopies are common, many Americans are not familiar with procedure unless they have had an endoscopy before. This guide will serve as a resource to help your patients learn about what an endoscopy is, why one is needed, how to prepare and what to expect.

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NSAIDS - An Ounce of Prevention

Posted Thursday, July 9, 2015

NSAIDs are some of the most commonly used medications and are generally recognized as a safe, effective treatment for many conditions. This information has been prepared for medical providers to share with patients to explain the importance of proper management of OTC & prescription NSAID medications to prevent gastrointestinal complications.

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Juvenile Arthritis Awareness

Posted Wednesday, July 8, 2015

More than 300,000 children in the United States have Juvenile Arthritis (JA). In recent years there has been a greater focus on Arthritis awareness and treatment options for adults; however Juvenile Arthritis is not a common topic. In fact, most Americas are not aware that children can suffer from Arthritis. This resource is intended to help educate patients on the facts, types and symptoms of Juvenile Arthritis.

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Colonoscopies Can Save Lives

Posted Thursday, July 2, 2015

Although 50,000 Americans die of cancer each year, one-third of adults do not have a colonoscopy as recommended. This life-saving procedure can detect cancer in its early stages. A colonoscopy is a quick outpatient procedure used to examine a patient?s colon and rectum for cancer and polyps.

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Kidney Stones - A Common Condition

Posted Tuesday, June 30, 2015

A diagnosis of kidney stones is, unfortunately, common and painful; however, it is also treatable. With that in mind, this guide has been designed for physicians to educate patients on what kidney stones are, common causes, treatment and prevention.

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Rheumatoid Vasculitis

Posted Monday, June 29, 2015

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease with symptoms that vary and may include joint pain, swelling and stiffness. Although there is a vast amount of education regarding RA and symptom relief; many patients may not be familiar with possible complications which could include Rheumatoid Vasculitis (RV).

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