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A new virus belonging to the same family as the SARS virus that killed 800 people in 2002 has been identified in a Qatari man who had recently been in Saudi Arabia, experts warned.

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Greenville-Spartanburg, SC (PRWEB) September 03, 2013

Hypersign releases new emergency alert system to work with its new IPG Gateway. This new software has been specifically designed with the K-12 educational system in mind.

Hypersign software allows you to take over full control of the display system with a push of a button. In the event of inclement weather, a fire or an intruder, school administration can display appropriate emergency alerts to every Hypersign digital signage display, classroom computer, teachers tablet, and paging system in 500 milliseconds. The alerts can be deactivated at any time and the displays will go back to their preprogrammed content. The Hypersign Emergency Alert software can also be used by the school administration to take over the displays for campus wide announcements or special news.

The IPG Gateway system interfaces using a standard cat5 patch cord with a single RJ45 connector and fan out cable to connect to alarm triggers within a facility. Each IPG-T unit can service up to 4 physical triggers.

When an event happens, the appropriate school faculty will issue an alert that will then travel to the IPG Gateway. Once it reaches the gateway it will be transmitted through the school’s network to the connected devices. The alert will display visual instructions along with audible messages to the overhead paging system. By being able to get this information out quickly Hypersign can potentially save lives in an emergency situation.

Lance Taylor, Director of Instrumental Technology in Laurens County District 56 says, Hypersign has been a great product because it gives us the ability to have multiple video feeds and we have displays in all the classrooms that we can take over at any time if we have any announcements that need to be made. I would recommend Hypersign because it works.

AVIONEX Software is an award winning software product development company focusing on building product that improves the lives of people. The Hypersign product is known for its intuitive interface making it the perfect digital signage solution for education (K12 and higher Ed) and healthcare. Hypersign, and other AVIONEX software products are available to purchase from AV Integrators throughout the US and Canada.

http://www.avionex.com

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ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY Medical ID Alert Bracelet with Embossed emblem from stainless steel. Style: Classic wide, premium series.

ADRENAL INSUFFICIENCY Medical ID Alert Bracelet with Embossed emblem from stainless steel. Style: Classic wide, premium series.

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    Back side of the bracelet plate features engraving: SEE WALLET CARD.
  • The Medical Id Plate 1-5/8″ x 7/8″ is made from non-allergic, rust free stainless steel, polished to a mirror finish and curved for wrist wear.
  • The Polished stainless steel Curb chain is 5 mm wide with a Lobster Clasp and is available for bracelets from 5.5″ to 9.5″ long in increments of 0.5″.
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  • Traditional “deep grove” engraving using “Arial” font is easy to read and will provide protection for years to come.
  • A Free Medical Emergency wallet card comes with every item purchased.
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The Medical Id Tag features a PINK medical logo embossed on the left side of the plate to allow engraving of medical condition on the front. The bracelet tag is slightly curved for wrist wear.

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(PRWEB) September 21, 2012

WHAT:

COMPLIMENTARY LIVE Webinar: How to Comply With the HITECH Breach Notification Rule

Hosted by Bob Chaput of Clearwater Compliance

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Business leaders and managers with responsibility for Risk Management, Corporate Compliance, and HIPAA-HITECH Privacy and Security compliance should attend. CEOs, COOs, CFOs, Chief Compliance Officers, Chief Risk Officers, Chief Privacy Officers, Chief Security Officers, Chief Information Officers.

The information presented in the webinar has been designed to be able to be useful for the largest CEs and BAs (e.g., hospitals, insurors, care management firms, etc) to the smallest CEs and BAs (e.g., small medical practices, clinics, dental offices, medical billing companies etc.). All must comply with the requirements of the HITECH Breach Notification Interim Final Rule.

WHEN:

Thursday, September 27, 2012 11:00 AM CT / 12:00 PM CDT

HOW TO REGISTER:

http://abouthipaa.com/hipaa-webinars/how-to-comply-with-the-hitech-breach-notification-rule-live-webinar/

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR:

This session is offered as a 60-minute webinar using the GoToWebinar platform. The open format encourages questions during and after the session. Attendees will receive the presentation materials.

No matter where you are in your HIPAA-HITECH compliance journey, you will benefit from learning about:

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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – U.S. health officials have sent warnings to 39 other countries that their citizens who stayed in Yosemite National Park tent cabins this summer may have been exposed to a deadly mouse-borne hantavirus, a park service epidemiologist said on Tuesday.

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Wenatchee, WA (PRWEB) November 14, 2007

eHealthinfoline.com has become an important source of health and medical information for consumers. While the primary focus of the website has been covering the most common medical conditions, such as heart disease and cancer, they have also focused their efforts on monitoring breaking news about new drugs. Recently, for example, the website reported on a popular fat removal drug treatment known as lipodissolve, which hasn’t been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Today eHealthInfoLine.com announces the launch of its Healthcare Education Campaign: How to be an Informed Consumer.

“Last month we launched our Consumer Health News Monitoring Program, a broadening strategy where we not only track scientific breakthroughs and new drug approvals, but lawsuits and medical warnings as well,” says Bill Francis, a senior editor for eHealthinfoline.com. “Now we want to go a step further by launching a new initiative aimed at educating consumers based on the findings of this monitoring program.”

The monitoring program has tracked cautions from leading medical organizations warning consumers against the use of lipodissolve, also known as phosphatidylcholine injections or injection lipolysis. “When a warning is issued about a new drug, eHealthinfoline.com feels it necessary to spread the news. Public awareness about the safety of new drugs is our main concern,” Francis says.

Lipodissolve is meant to remove small deposits of fat through a series of phosphatidylcholine-based (PC/DC) injections. eHealthinfoline.com has been keeping a close eye on the treatment ever since the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts endorsed a ban in September against physicians administering lipodissolve unless as a part of an FDA-approved clinical trial. The ban has since been temporarily enjoined based on an appeal by a lipodissolve business but remains under review.

Last month, the Physician’s Coalition for Injectable Safety issued a consumer warning about lipodissolve. The alert advises consumers that FDA-approval is critical for any pharmaceutical injected into the body. Dr. Julius Few of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, a member of the Coalition warns, “these should not be mistaken as an accepted medical or cosmetic treatment of localized fat reduction” and “are unproven medical treatments.” In addition, the safety of lipo-dissolve has been under scrutiny by other major medical societies, including the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Both discourage doctors from administering the injections because the drugs are not FDA-approved and long-term effects of the drugs have not been documented.

One lipo dissolve advertisement claims “lipodissolve is becoming popular with the elite and is an ideal treatment for celebrities and royalty,” so it’s no wonder that the treatment is growing in popularity. Staff at eHealthinfoline.com want to make sure that consumers know the details before choosing for or against any new drug, including lipodissolve. “The average person may not know the facts behind a drug or procedure and therefore are unable to make informed decisions or even ask the right questions,” says Francis. “We believe consumers base their decision on advertisements and patient testimonials, not scientific data. We want to prevent this from happening.”

A search on the eHealthinfoline.com website reveals that Dr. Roger Daily of The Physician’s Coalition for Injectable Safety warns consumers that “[lipodissolve] is not FDA approved nor has it been formally tested for predictable results or safety. That alone should steer customers away from the marketing hype.” To prevent consumers from being overwhelmed by what he calls “hype,” eHealthinfoline.com encourages patients to ask questions and do their homework when considering any medical procedure, including lipodissolve.

“Online research helps, but one must be wary of the source of the information,” warns Francis. “Look for balanced sources and weigh out the pros and cons of the medical procedure on your own.”

As a part of this Healthcare Education Campaign, eHealthinfoline.com has listed a set of questions outlining what a consumer should ask a physician before receiving any type of drug treatment (http://www.ehealthinfoline.com/healthcare-education.html). “Our company is devoted to informing the public by providing up-to-date information on medical conditions and new procedures and treatments,” says Francis. “We hope these questions will help consumers make the most informed decisions. After all, you only have one body, so be educated on what you’re doing to it.”

About eHealthInfoLine.com:

eHealthInfoLine.com is a free health care information directory and medical news watchdog. Ordinary people use EHealthInfoLine.com to research common health conditions and find answers to commonly asked medical questions. The company is based in Wenatchee, Washington.

Contact:

Linda Francis

Wenatchee, WA

Ph. (800) 731-5756

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MedicTag Digital USB Personal Medical Alert Device

  • Easy-to-carry lifesaving information – all digital
  • Help make sure that no mistakes are made should you need emergency medical care
  • Encode medical information, emergency contacts, allergies and more
  • PC compatible and super easy-to-use
  • Plug it in to the USB port of any computer

MedicTag is a digital USB personal medical alert and information device that combines your emergency information with today’s technology. A digital memory chip is used to store all your information on the easy to use MedicTag medical history and alert form and the distinctive styling and bright logo will alert medic personnel to your special needs and existing medical conditions. Plug it into the USB port on your computer to start the program. there is nothing to install, it’s all on the MedicTag. Fill in the blanks with as much, or as little information as you need, click on save – and be safe. With MedicTag any emergency service, ambulance, police or rescue squad with a laptop computer can have instant access to all your emergency information. Emergency contacts, existing conditions, allergies, medications, MedicTag can tell them when you can’t. Specifications: Lock / Unlock Button, Windows XP/ Vista, USB 1.1/2.0, MS WORD or Open Office Equivalent.

List Price: $ 30.00

Price: $ 30.00

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