Category Archives: diseases

Etiology and diagnosis of Prader Willi Syndrome

    The etiology and pathology of disease is not well understood until very recent advances in the field of cytogenetics and molecular genetics. These recent advances are now providing some insight of the fairly complicated syndrome. Approximately 70% of the PWS have been shown to have a deletion in chromosome 15, described as 15q11-q13.… Read More »

Case Study of Prader Willi Syndrome

    (1) This case study has been provided by Jack Sherman and adapted from Greenswag & Alexander, 1995.   In 1957, just after the publication of the article by Prader, Labhart and Willi (1956) Miss M. was born. Due to lack of information and awareness it took a long time to be diagnosed. M.… Read More »

Introduction to Genetics of Prader Willi Syndrome

  Many of the child behavior problems and cognitive capabilities can be explained within the framework of understanding the characteristic of Prader Willi Syndrome. Society, family and hereditary factors also influence it. PWS is a disease of altered growth and development. Affected persons are potentially overweight, sexually immature, and short and developmentally delayed individuals. The… Read More »

Genetics of Prader Willi Syndrome

Table of contents: Introduction: Nature of Prader Willi Syndrome: Etiology and Pathogenesis: Genetics of Prader Willi Syndrome: Animal Model: Diagnostic Criteria: Case Study: Management: Conclusion:

References:

    1. Fader, Henry C., Computerized patient records. [online] URL http://www.physiciansnews.com/computers/1197.html [Accessed On Web 13 October 2004 ].   2. Ginneken van, Astrid M., 2002. The computerized patient record: balancing effort and benefit. International Journal of Medical Informatics [online], 65 (2002). Available from: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=Mimg&_imagekey=B6T7S/ [Accessed 13 October 2004 ].   3. Hilton, David, Information… Read More »

Conclusion

An introduction of Computerized Patient Administration System to the Health Care Organizations is no doubt a revolutionary success. It has been destined to play a crucial role in health care delivery to the patients, to streamline the information flow within the organizations and to control the cost and time in services provided 1 . Flexibility… Read More »

The dimensions of the change in the UK

  Until recently many hospitals and health-care centers developed their own self-sufficient patient administration systems: “two hospitals in the same town might have completely different software running on completely different types of computers 3 ”. No wonder that health services experienced communication difficulties. Thus, to ensure the consistency of information, the UK government has introduced… Read More »

The implications of this change

Enormous investments have gone into CPAS worldwide. The estimated costs for each large hospital are about £33mln., yet the overall benefits and costs of hospital information systems have rarely been assessed 17 . “When systems are evaluated, about three quarters are considered to have failed, and there is no indication that they improve the productivity… Read More »

Introducing Computerized Patient Administration System (CPAS) in the UK

Viktor Poluektovas   “We should connect every hospital to the Internet, so doctors can instantly share data about their patients with best specialists in the field”. President B. Clinton in his State of Union address on Feb. 4, 1997 1 Introduction It seems normal nowadays that progress in hardware development, mix in software applications and… Read More »

Zolling Elison Syndrome

    Definition: Disorder in which severe peptic ulceration is found due to edema or hyperplasia of islet of pancrease which secrete gastrin resulting in hyperchlorhydria. Pathology: Tumor my be benign 40 % and malignant in 60 % cases. it may be located in stomach , duodenum ,spleen or even lymph nodes, multiple endocrine neoplasia… Read More »