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    There are few areas in cardiology in which the impact of genetics and genetic testing on clinical management has been as great as in cardiac channelopathies,arrhythmic disorders of genetic origin related to the ionic control of the cardiac action potential. Among the growing number of diseases identified as channelopathies,3 are sufficiently prevalent to represent significant clinical and societal problems and to warrant adequate understanding by practicing cardiologists: long QT syndrome,catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia,and Brugada syndrome. This review will focus selectively on the impact of genetic discoveries on clinical management of these 3 diseases. For each disorder,we will discuss to what extent genetic knowledge and clinical genetic test results modify the way cardiologists should approach and manage affected patients. We will also address the optimal use of genetic testing,including its potential limitations and the potential medico-legal implications when such testing is not performed. We will highlight how important it is to understand the ways that genotype can affect clinical manifestations,risk stratification,and responses to the therapy. We will also illustrate the close bridge between molecular biology and clinical medicine,and will emphasize that consideration of the genetic basis for these heritable arrhythmia syndromes and the proper use and interpretation of clinical genetic testing should remain the standard of care.

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    According to the August issue of the American Journal of Medicine, the cost of obtaining medical care resulted in sixty-two percent of bankruptcies in 2007 – an increase of 49.7 percent from 2001. Most interestingly, patients who filed bankruptcy as the result of health care costs had health insurance.
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  • 09Oct

    Springer and the American College of Medical Toxicology to work together


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    The Journal of Medical Toxicology, an international, peer-reviewed journal, is dedicated to advancing the science and practice of medical toxicology. The quarterly journal focuses on the diagnosis, management, and prevention of poisoning, toxicity and other adverse health effects resulting from medications, chemicals, occupational and environmental substances, and biological hazards. JMT publishes original articles, illustrative cases, review articles and other special features. Christian A. Tomaszewski of the University of California San Diego Medical Center is Editor-in-Chief.

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  • 09Oct

    American College of Sports Medicine: Recommendations for Muscular Fitness

    MUSCULAR FITNESS

    Muscular fitness is term that describes the general health, strength, and endurance of one’s muscles but is also related to other fitness conditions, such as muscular strength which describes the amount of resistance that one’s muscles can counter, and muscular endurance, which are of greater importance when focusing on health and fitness.

    Goals of a resistance training protocol should be a) make activities of daily living less stressful physiologically and b) effectively manage, attenuate, and even prevent chronic diseases, such as osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes mellitus, and obesity. For these reasons, resistance training becomes more rather than less important with age.

    To accomplish these goals it is essential to develop a resistance training exercise program consisting of training taking the form of weight lifting, but also may include other exercise devices such as free weights, body weight exercises, machines with stacked weights or rubber bands that can be effective in developing muscular fitness as long as they are being properly used.

    FREQUENCY OF EXERCISE
    For general muscular fitness, particularly among those who are untrained, should resistance train each major muscle group (i.e., muscle groups of the chest, shoulders, upper and lower back, abdomen, hips and legs) 2-3 days a week with at least 48 hours separating the exercise training sessions for the same muscle group is recommended for adults. In this type of workout, large muscle group exercises should be performed before smaller muscle group’s exercises and multiple joint exercises should be performed before single joint exercises targeting agonist and antagonist muscle groups are recommended for adults. Following this exercise order will allow heavier loads to be used on multi joint exercises because fatigue will be less of a factor.

  • 09Oct

    Best Medical Universities In USA

    USA is well-known for providing excellence in medical education. Each year a number of students accomplish their dreams of becoming doctors, physicians etc and experts in unlimited medicinal fields. The universities in USA are well-established and provide world class study opportunities.

    Each university is a hub in itself having medicinal centers, departments, schools and research centers. Research, especially, is the best in USA which has benefited the whole world with miracles of new inventions and contributed a lot in health and medicine.

    Columbia University

    The fifth oldest institution in the United States, Columbia University was founded in 1754. It has been ranked first among the medical research universities by the Center for Measuring University Performance. There are various schools, centers and departments associated with this university that offer a number of study areas are available in this university viz. biomedical, anthropology, chemical biology, neuroscience, nursing, pathology etc.

     

    Undergraduates, graduates and doctoral programs are awarded by this university. The university is fully accredited by the by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and School. It has well established medical centers that have produced many successful surgeons and physicians.

    Harvard University

    The world’s best university has more than 10000 staff serving for medical field. It provides various medical and dental courses. Established in 1636, it is the oldest university in the United States and is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It has hospital-based departments in medicine, dermatology, anesthesia, pathology, surgery and many more.

    It has various divisions viz. related to AIDS, emergency medicine, immunodeficiency and magnetic resonance. It offers baccalaureate, masters, doctors and other professional universities. The university is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

    Stanford University

    Founded in 1891, it is a private research university. The university has been accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. It has been ranked 6th in Clinical medicine and pharmacy. The school of medicine provides degree, non-degree and other professional development programs in various branches of medicinal science viz. epidemiology, bioengineering, bio sciences etc.

  • 09Oct

    Associate Director, Undergraduate Admissions, Yale University, Mr Keith W. Light visited FIITJEE Hyderabad office in Saifabad on Friday, 13th September 2013.He was accompanied by Mr Austin Shiner, Senior Admissions Counsellor, Admisions and Financial Aid, Yale NUS college, Singapore.
    Addressing students from FIITJEE junior college, and the USA UnivQuest & FIITJEE management, Mr Keith emphasized on certain merit based scholarships and funding that Yale University has been offering to international students. Both merit based and need based funding for undergraduate students for the 2014 intake will be to the tune of $120 million, he stated.

    He encouraged students to apply to Yale and other Ivy League category of Universities without worrying about the costs.

    May 29, 2013 – This past weekend, Madison, Wisconsin hosted the USA Ultimate College Championships. 720 student athletes from forty teams (twenty men’s and twenty women’s teams) competed in the tournament, including eight SAAS alums.

    In the men’s division, Carleton (Justin Lim ’12, Simon Montague ’09, and John Raynolds ’11) made it to the semifinals before being defeated by Central Florida, 15-8. Alex Smith ‘09 played on the Arizona team with 16 scores.

    On the women’s side, the Oregon Ducks (Bailey Zahniser ’08) defeated Iowa 15-11 in the semifinals, while Ohio State (Nina Finley ’12) took on Carleton (Kirstie Barton ’12). Oregon went on to defeat Carleton 15-8 in the finals. Katie Raynolds ‘09 also competed for Northwestern.

  • 09Oct

    A Leader in Military Education

    Webster University and the U.S. Department of Defense have worked together for 40 years to provide high quality and cost-effective undergraduate and graduate programs at military installations and other locations throughout the world. Webster University proudly supports our military students (active-duty, guard, reserve, dependents or veterans) in achieving their educational goals. In fact, more than 7, 700 of Webster’s 22, 000 students are military students.

    Military Education

    Classes are offered at 39 military installations in the U.S., over 30 U.S. metropolitan campuses, numerous metropolitan locations overseas and conveniently online. Our courses meet the most stringent accreditation criteria, and satisfy the education training requirements for many military and civilian career fields.

    Nationally Recognized as Military-Friendly

    Webster University and the U.S. Department of Defense have worked together for 40 years to provide high quality and cost-effective undergraduate and graduate programs at military installations and other locations throughout the world.

    Webster University proudly participates in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ new Yellow Ribbon GI Education Program, designed to help military students avoid out-of-pocket tuition and fees that may exceed the Post 9/11 GI Bill tuition benefit.

    Best for VetsWebster University maintains a decade-long record of First-Tier Ranking in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges.

    G.I. Jobs magazine named Webster University to the Military Friendly Schools® list of the top 15% of all U.S. colleges, universities and trade schools doing the most to embrace America’s veterans and active-duty military pursuing an education.

    Military Times named Webster University to its “Best for Vets: Colleges 2014” list, based on a survey of more than 650 schools. The survey recognizes schools’ efforts to accommodate veterans and active-duty service members.

    Advanced Military Education included Webster in their “2014 Guide to Top Military-Friendly Colleges & Universities.”

    Webster is a charter member of the Service-members Opportunity College (SOC) Consortium.

    Reduced Tuition for Military Students

    Webster University demonstrates its support of military students achieving their educational goals. Active-duty Military, Reservists, and National Guard enrolled at Webster University are eligible for reduced tuition fees, including online courses. Additionally, tuition assistance may be provided by the military to eligible students. Federal and contract employees of the installation and dependents of active-duty military, reserve, and guard also qualify for a reduced tuition rate at on-base, in-classroom courses.

 
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