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Ambilan Description

Generic Ambilan is created by pharmacy specialists to struggle with dangerous infections spread by bacteria such as infections of urinary tract, skin, ear, nose or throat, pneumonia, salmonella infection, bronchitis and sexually transmitted diseases. Target of Generic Ambilan is to control, ward off, terminate and kill bacteria.

Generic Ambilan acts as an anti-infection remedy. Generic Ambilan operates by killing bacteria which spreads by infection.

Generic Ambilan is penicillin.

Generic Ambilan should not be used for colds, flu, other virus infections, sore throats or other minor infections, or to prevent infections.

Generic names of Generic Ambilan are Amoxicillin, Clavulanate Potassium.

Brand names of Generic Ambilan are Ambilan XR, Ambilan, Ambilan ES-600.

Ambilan Dosage

Generic Ambilan is available in:

250 + 125mg Low Dosage500 + 125mg Standard Dosage875 + 125mg Increased Dosage

Generic Ambilan can be taken in tablets, liquid forms, and chewable tablets.

You should take it by mouth.

Generic Ambilan treats different types of bacterial infections. Thus, for each treatment it has different dosage instructions.

It is better to take Generic Ambilan 3 times a day (every 8 hours) or 2 times a day (every 12 hours).

It is better to take Generic Ambilan every day at the same time with meals.

If you want to achieve most effective results do not stop taking Generic Ambilan suddenly.

Ambilan Missing of dose

Do not take double dose. If you miss a dose you should take it as soon as you remember about your missing. If it is the time for the next dose you should continue your regular dosing schedule.

Ambilan Overdose

If you overdose Generic Ambilan and you don't feel good you should visit your doctor or health care provider immediately. Symptoms of Generic Ambilan overdosage: changes of behavior, extreme skin rash, diarrhea, upset stomach, retching, nausea, pain of stomach, drowsiness.

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Generic Ambilan has its side effects. The most common are:

watery or bloody diarrhoearetchingthrushindigestionmigraine

Less common but more serious side effects during taking Generic Ambilan:

allergy reactions (urticaria, breathing difficulties, rash, and eruption)jaundicehigh Tunusual pain of stomachwheezing, convulsionsvaginal yeast infectiondark urinefatigueclay-colored stoolinsomniaprurituslack of appetitedizzinessnausea

Side effects manifestations are not only depend on medicine you are taking but also depend on your health state and on the other factors.

Ambilan Contra-indications

Do not take Generic Ambilan if you are allergic to Generic Ambilan components or to any other penicillin antibiotic or cephalosporins (Ceclor, Keflex, Ceftin, Duricef).

Be careful with Generic Ambilan if you're pregnant or you plan to have a baby, or you are a nursing mother.

Be careful with Generic Ambilan if you have kidney or liver disease, asthma, blood disease, hives, hay fever, mononucleosis, clotting disorder.

Be careful with Generic Ambilan if you take antibiotics, probenecid (Benemid), tetracycline antibiotic (doxycycline as Adoxa, Doryx, Oracea, Vibramycin, tetracycline as Brodspec, Panmycin, Sumycin, Tetracap, demeclocycline as Declomycin, minocycline as Solodyn, Vectrin, Dynacin, Minocin); sulfa drug as Bactrim, Septra; erythromycin as Ery-Tab, Erythrocin, E.E.S. E-Mycin; allopurinol as Lopurin, Zyloprim; telithromycin as Ketek; troleandomycin as Tao.

If you suffer from diabetes you need to test urine for sugar.

Generic Ambilan chewable tablets contain phenylalanine. So, try to be careful with Ambilan in case of having phenylketonuria (PKU).

Generic Ambilan should not be used for colds, flu, other virus infections, sore throats or other minor infections, or to prevent infections.

To prevent pregnancy, use an extra form of birth control because hormonal birth control pills may not work as well while you are using Generic Ambilan.

It can be dangerous to stop Generic Ambilan taking suddenly.

Ambilan Frequently asked questions

Q: What does Generic Ambilan mean?

A: Generic Ambilan is a high-class medication which is taken in treatment and termination of serious bacterial diseases such as infections of urinary tract, skin, ear, nose or throat. Generic Ambilan successfully wards off and terminates other dangerous infections caused by bacteria such as pneumonia, salmonella infection, bronchitis and sexually transmitted diseases.

Q: What are brand and generic names of Generic Ambilan?

A: Generic names of Generic Ambilan are Amoxicillin, Clavulanate Potassium. Brand names of Generic Ambilan are Ambilan XR, Ambilan, Ambilan ES-600.

Q: In what way does Generic Ambilan operate?

A: Generic Ambilan acts as an anti-infection remedy. Generic Ambilan operates by killing bacteria which spreads by infection. Generic Ambilan is penicillin.

Q: What is Generic Ambilan target?

A: Generic Ambilan is created by pharmacy specialists to struggle with dangerous infections spread by bacteria. Target of Generic Ambilan is to control, ward off, terminate and kill bacteria.

Q: I suffer from flu. Can I treat it by Generic Ambilan?

A: Generic Ambilan should not be used for colds, flu, other virus infections, sore throats or other minor infections, or to prevent infections.

Q: What are serious side effects?

A: In case of rejection of Generic Ambilan ingredients you can experience serious side effects such as allergy reactions (urticaria, breathing difficulties, rash, and eruption), jaundice, high T, unusual pain of stomach, wheezing, convulsions, vaginal yeast infection, dark urine, fatigue, clay-colored stool, insomnia, pruritus, lack of appetite, dizziness, nausea.

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Aerilon

The dosage form. Tablets 1.25 and 10 mg: oval, flat, white or almost white, with facet. Pills 2.5 mg: oval, flat, light yellow color, with facet. Tablets 5 mg: oval, flat, pink, chamfered and with visible inclusions.

Therapeutic properties. Hypotensive, vasodilating, cardioprotective, natriuretic. Inhibits the conversion of circulating angiotensin I in angiotensin II and the synthesis of angiotensin II in tissues. Inhibits tissue renin-angiotensin system, including the vascular wall. Inhibits the release of norepinephrine from the terminals of neurons and attenuates the vasoconstrictor response due to increased neurohumoral activity. Reduces aldosterone secretion and degradation of bradykinin. Dilates renal vessels, induces reversion of left ventricular hypertrophy and pathological remodeling in the cardiovascular system. Cardioprotective effect is a consequence of the impact on PG biosynthesis and stimulation of nitric oxide (NO) in the endothelium. Reduces the total peripheral resistance of vessels, especially in the renal vessels, to a lesser extent in the internal organs, including the liver, skin and slightly in the muscles and brain. Increases regional blood flow in these organs. Increases the sensitivity of tissues to insulin, the level of fibrinogen, activates the synthesis of tissue plasminogen activator, promoting thrombolysis. After intake of antihypertensive effect occurs in 1-2 hours, reaches its maximum after 4,5-6,5 hours and lasts 24 hours or more. With daily use of antihypertensive activity is gradually increased over 3-4 weeks and stored in long-term care (within 1-2 years). The ingestion absorption is about 50-60 (eating does not affect the degree of absorption, but reduces its speed). In the liver, resulting in the destruction of the ether bonds, releases ramiprilat, the activity of which is 6 times higher than that of ramipril, and forms inactive metabolites (if impaired liver metabolism slows). The maximum concentration of ramipril is achieved within 1-2 hours, ramiprilata – after 2-4 hours, the half – 5.1 hours and 13-17 hours, respectively. Return with urine and faeces.

Indications for use. Arterial hypertension - chronic heart failure - chronic heart failure after acute myocardial infarction in patients with stable hemodynamics.

Rules of application. The initial dose of Aerilon usually is 2.5 mg, taken once a day, on an empty stomach and washed down with water. Further, in case of insufficient effect, the dose of Aerilon every 2-3 weeks and gradually increase also prescribed for single dose during the day. Maximum daily dose of Aerilon is 10 mg, and supporting, usually 2.5-5 mg In chronic heart failure the recommended initial dose is 1.25 mg/day. Then the dose can be increased (over 1 to 2 weeks). If the daily dose of Aerilon is 2.5 mg or more, take the drug Ambilan in 1 or 2 doses.

Side effects and complications. From the side of cardiovascular system: decreased blood pressure, orthostatic hypotension, orthostatic collapse, tachycardia rare (when excessive lowering of blood pressure) - arrhythmia, angina, myocardial infarction. From the urogenital system: the development or strengthening of symptoms of renal failure, proteinuria, reduced urine volume, decreased libido. Of the Central nervous system and peripheral nervous system: excessive blood pressure reduction (mainly in patients with a clinically significant narrowing of cerebral vessels) may develop cerebral ischemia, stroke, dizziness, headache, weakness, drowsiness, paresthesia, nervous anxiety, restlessness, tremor, muscle spasm, mood disturbance, convulsions when used in high doses - insomnia, anxiety, depression, confusion, fainting. From the senses: vestibular disorders, disorders of taste (e.g. metallic taste), olfaction, hearing and vision, tinnitus. Digestive system: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation, pain in the epigastric region, intestinal obstruction, pancreatitis, hepatitis, cholestatic jaundice, impaired liver function with liver failure, dry mouth, thirst, loss of appetite, stomatitis, glossitis, increased activity of hepatic transaminases, hyperbilirubinemia. With the respiratory system: dry cough, bronchospasm, dyspnea, rhinorrhea, rhinitis, sinusitis, bronchitis. Allergic reactions: skin rash, pruritus, urticaria, conjunctivitis, photosensitivity, angioedema of face, extremities, lips, tongue, pharynx and/or larynx, exfoliative dermatitis, erythema multiforme (including syndrome Stevens-Johnson), toxic epidermal necrolysis (Lyell's syndrome), pemphigus, Ceresit, nicholis, vasculitis, myositis, myalgia, arthralgia, arthritis, eosinophilia. Other: alopecia, hyperthermia, increased sweating, gipercreatininemia, increased levels of urea nitrogen, hyperkalemia, hyponatremia, the appearance of antinuclear antibodies.

Contraindications. Angioedema in history (including that associated with prior therapy with an ACE inhibitor). Hemodynamically significant bilateral renal artery stenosis. Stenosis of the artery only kidneys. Condition after kidney transplantation. Hemodialysis. Renal failure. Hemodynamically significant aortic or mitral stenosis (risk of excessive loss AD with subsequent impaired renal function). Hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy. Pervichny hyperaldosteronism. Pregnancy. Lactation (breastfeeding). The age of 18 years (the efficacy and safety not established). Hypersensitivity to ramipril or any other ingredient of the drug or other ACE inhibitors. With caution should appoint drug in severe lesions of the coronary and cerebral arteries (risk of decreased blood flow in case of excessive lowering AD), unstable angina, severe ventricular arrhythmias, chronic heart failure stage IV, decompensated "pulmonary heart", renal and/or hepatic insufficiency, hyperkalemia, hyponatremia (including on the background of diuretics and diet with restriction of salt intake), condition, accompanied by a decrease in BCC (W. diarrhea, vomiting), systemic connective tissue diseases, diabetes, inhibition of bone marrow hematopoiesis, elderly patients.

Storage. The drug should be kept out of the reach of children, dry place at temperatures not above 25°C.

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Background: The public health initiatives for obesity prevention are increasingly exploiting the advantages of smart technologies that can register various kinds of data related to physical, physiological, and behavioural conditions. more

Background: The public health initiatives for obesity prevention are increasingly exploiting the advantages of smart technologies that can register various kinds of data related to physical, physiological, and behavioural conditions. Since individual features and habits vary among people, the design of appropriate intervention strategies for motivating changes in behavioural patterns towards a healthy lifestyle requires the interpretation and integration of collected information, while considering individual profiles in a personalised manner. The ontology-based modelling is recognised as a promising approach in facing the interoperability and integration of heterogeneous information related to characterisation of personal profiles. Results: The presented ontology captures individual profiles across several obesity-related knowledge-domains structured into dedicated modules in order to support inference about health condition, physical features, behavioural habits associated with a person, and relevant changes over time. The modularisation strategy is designed to facilitate ontology development, maintenance, and reuse. The domain-specific modules formalised in the Web Ontology Language (OWL) integrate the domain-specific sets of rules formalised in the Semantic Web Rule Language (SWRL). The inference rules follow a modelling pattern designed to support personalised assessment of health condition as age-and gender-specific. The test cases exemplify a personalised assessment of the obesity-related health conditions for the population of teenagers. Conclusion: The paper addresses several issues concerning the modelling of normative concepts related to obesity and depicts how the public health concern impacts classification of teenagers according to their phenotypes. The modelling choices regarding the ontology-structure are explained in the context of the modelling goal to integrate multiple knowledge-domains and support reasoning about the individual changes over time. The presented modularisation pattern enhances reusability of the domain-specific modules across various health care domains.

PAPER PRESENTED AT TELUK DANGA INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
JOHOR BAHRU
2007

This research aims to analyse how healthy eating can be encouraged by using persuasion and argumentation in a digital system.

Here are 45 Good habits that takes less than 5 minutes to practice. 6 weeks have already passed this year. Aim to imbibe at least one habit every week and by end of this year these awesome 45 small little habits will become part of you. more

Here are 45 Good habits that takes less than 5 minutes to practice. 6 weeks have already passed this year. Aim to imbibe at least one habit every week and by end of this year these awesome 45 small little habits will become part of you and serve you well in long run. Note that I don't discuss anything that I have personally not inculcated in my life long enough to see good results. Here we go: 1) Do HIIT: High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) has immense benefits most important being that it saves lot of time. 2) Meditate: According to Swami Vivekananda "Meditation is everything" When we meditate, we become mindful of things around us. We start to think more clearly and appreciate the simple things in life. 3) Breathe deeply few times a days for around 5 minutes: Most of us breathe into the upper chest, which is not the best way to breathe because it signals the body that we are under stress even when we are not. In turn, shallow breathing activates the sympathetic nervous system (the fight or flight response).

Since the introduction of the idea of the software interface agent the question recurs whether these agents should be personified and graphically visualized in the interface. In this chapter we look at the use of virtual humans in the. more

Since the introduction of the idea of the software interface agent the question recurs whether these agents should be personified and graphically visualized in the interface. In this chapter we look at the use of virtual humans in the interface of healthy lifestyle coaching systems. Based on theory of persuasive communication we analyse the impact that the use of graphical interface agents may have on user experience and on the efficacy of this type of persuasive systems. We argue that research on the impact of a virtual human interface on the efficacy of these systems requires longitudinal field studies in addition to the controlled short-term user evaluations in the field of human computer interaction (HCI). We introduce Kristina, a mobile personal coaching system that monitors its user’s physical activity and that presents feedback messages to the user. We present results of field trials (N = 60, 7 weeks) in which we compare two interface conditions on a smartphone. In one condition feedback messages are presented by a virtual animated human, in the other condition they are displayed on the screen in text. Results of the field trials show that user motivation, use context and the type of device on which the feedback message is received influence the perception of the presentation format of feedback messages and the effect on compliance to the coaching regime.

Each year, 430,000 people are diagnosed with bladder cancer. Due to the high recurrence rate of the disease, primary prevention is paramount. Therefore, we reviewed all meta-analyses on modifiable risk factors of primary bladder cancer. more

Each year, 430,000 people are diagnosed with bladder cancer. Due to the high recurrence rate of the disease, primary prevention is paramount. Therefore, we reviewed all meta-analyses on modifiable risk factors of primary bladder cancer. PubMed, Embase and Cochrane database were systematically searched for meta-analyses on modifiable risk factors published between 1995 and 2015. When appropriate, meta-analyses (MA) were combined in meta–meta-analysis (MMA). If not, the most comprehensive MA was selected based on the number of primary studies included. Probability of causation was calculated for individual factors and a subset of lifestyle factors combined. Of 1496 articles identified, 5 were combined in MMA and 21 were most comprehensive on a single risk factor. Statistically significant associations were found for current (RR 3.14) or former (RR 1.83) cigarette smoking, pipe (RR 1.9) or cigar (RR 2.3) smoking, antioxidant supplementation (RR 1.52), obesity (RR 1.10), higher physical activity levels (RR 0.86), higher body levels of selenium (RR 0.61) and vitamin D (RR 0.75), and higher intakes of: processed meat (RR 1.22), vitamin A (RR 0.82), vitamin E (RR 0.82), folate (RR 0.84), fruit (RR 0.77), vegetables (RR 0.83), citrus fruit (RR 0.85), and cruciferous vegetables (RR 0.84). Finally, three occupations with the highest risk were tobacco workers (RR 1.72), dye workers (RR 1.58), and chimney sweeps (RR 1.53). The probability of causation for individual factors ranged from 4 to 68 %. The combined probability of causation was 81.8 %. Modification of lifestyle and occupational exposures can considerably reduce the bladder cancer burden. While smoking remains one of the key risk factors, also several diet-related and occupational factors are very relevant.

Less than 50 per cent of US primary care doctors routinely provide guid- ance to their patients on lifestyle behaviours such as diet, physical activity or weight control, despite the prediction by the World Health Organization that by. more

Less than 50 per cent of US primary care doctors routinely provide guid- ance to their patients on lifestyle behaviours such as diet, physical activity or weight control, despite the prediction by the World Health Organization that by 2020, two-thirds of disease worldwide will be the result of poor lifestyle choices. This gap in patient–clinician dialogue is perhaps the result of a lack of structured training in medical school surrounding the compo- nents of lifestyle medicine.
Context: Although Harvard Medical School does have a
required course in nutrition, there are no requirements for the other components of lifestyle medicine, including physical activity, behaviour change and self-care.
Innovation: Since 2009 Harvard Medical School has addressed this absence in the curriculum by developing a student-led, faculty member-advised, parallel curricu- lum in lifestyle medicine. Medical student participants were invited to take part in anonymous questionnaires between 2009 and 2013, which gathered data about personal ability and attitude in counselling patients on lifestyle behaviours, as well as subjective
data on the curriculum content and applications to effective medical practice.
Implication: Each year, students have pointed to a lack of lifestyle medicine knowledge because of a gap in the traditional curriculum surrounding topics such as physical activity, nutrition and behaviour-change strategies, and indicated that the inclusion of this knowledge and these skills was an important component of medical education. Although participation is currently volun- tary, this is the first such curriculum of this type and addresses a critical gap in undergraduate medical education.

In most areas of our lives, we are collaborating with other people. Whether it be driving a car, buying groceries, selling products, seeing patients in an office, defending a client in court, working in an assembly line, leading an. more

In most areas of our lives, we are collaborating with other people. Whether it be driving a car, buying groceries, selling products, seeing patients in an office, defending a client in court, working in an assembly line, leading an organization, or teaching in a classroom, individuals are connected to other people, and they rely on their skills of communication, cooperation, negotiation, and listening to accomplish goals. At the core of these collaboration skills are foundational attitudes, beliefs, and feelings, including trust, respect, and empathy.

Objective: Regular physical activity can reduce the incidence and prevalence of many chronic diseases. A vast majority of Americans cite their physician as their primary source of information regarding healthy lifestyle decisions. This. more

Objective: Regular physical activity can reduce the incidence and prevalence of many chronic diseases. A vast majority of Americans cite their physician as their primary source of information regarding healthy lifestyle decisions. This study was designed to obtain information about the personal exercise behavior and counseling practices of primary care physicians, to evaluate the relationship between their personal and professional exercise practices, and to determine whether physician specialty is associated with these practices. Design: A cross-sectional survey was mailed to a randomly selected sample of primary care physicians in the United States. A questionnaire was used to obtain detailed information on the personal exercise habits, counseling practices, and barriers to counseling of these physicians, regarding both aerobic exercise and strength training. Participants: 298 primary care physicians, comprising 84 family practitioners, 79 pediatricians, 58 geriatricians, and 77 internists. Main Outcome Measures: Frequency of physician exercise, exercise counseling, and relationship between these practices. Results: Physicians who perform aerobic exercise regularly are more likely to counsel their patients on the benefits of these exercises, as are physicians who perform strength training. Pe-diatricians and geriatricians counsel fewer patients about aero-bic exercise than family practitioners and internists. Counseling regarding strength training is less common in all physician groups surveyed, and lowest among pediatricians, of whom 50% did not advise these exercises for any of their patients. Inadequate time was noted by 61% and inadequate knowledge and/or experience by 16% of respondents as the major barriers to counseling regarding aerobic exercise. Conclusion: Physicians who exercise are more likely to counsel their patients to exercise. Inadequate time and knowl-edge/experience regarding exercise are the most common barriers to counseling identified. These findings suggest strategies that might increase physician exercise counseling behavior.

A high percentage of patients seen in primary care clinics partake in excessive alcohol consumption. It leads to numerous health problems and remains one of the leading risk factors for chronic disease. Despite the health concerns. more

A high percentage of patients seen in primary care
clinics partake in excessive alcohol consumption. It leads to numerous health problems and remains one of the leading risk factors for chronic disease. Despite the health concerns, screening for and intervening in patients’ alcohol misuse has yet to become standard practice in many primary care settings. There is well- established empirical evidence that brief doctor-patient interactions reduce alcohol consumption among excessive drinkers in primary care settings.
This article draws on randomized controlled trials and literature on screening techniques, motivational interviewing, the transtheoretical model of behavior change, and medication-assisted treatments
to enhance brief intervention methodology. Through this review, evidence-based practical strategies are presented to primary care doctors that reduce alcohol consumption in patients screened as problem drinkers. Referral
information for those individuals with severe drinking problems is included. We propose that short, multicomponent interventions are most effective when they include interventions that utilize the lifestyle medicine philosophy, a nonjudgmental therapeutic alliance, and account for patient concerns more directly.

Social connection is a pillar of lifestyle medicine. Humans are wired to connect, and this connection affects our health. From psychological theories to recent research, there is significant evidence that social support and feeling. more

Social connection is a pillar of lifestyle medicine. Humans are wired to connect, and this connection affects our health. From psychological theories to recent research, there is significant evidence that social support and feeling connected can help people maintain a healthy body mass index, control blood sugars, improve cancer survival, decrease cardiovascular mortality, decrease depressive symptoms, mitigate posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms, and improve overall mental health. The opposite of connection, social isolation, has a negative effect on health and can increase depressive symptoms as well as mortality. Counseling patients on increasing social connections, prescribing connection, and inquiring about quantity and quality of social interactions at routine visits are ways that lifestyle medicine specialists can use connection to help patients to add not only years to their life but also health and well-being to those years.

Laughter is a normal and natural physiologic response to certain stimuli with widely acknowledged psychological benefits. However, current research is beginning to show that laughter may also have serious positive physiological effects. more

Laughter is a normal and natural physiologic response to certain stimuli with widely acknowledged psychological benefits. However, current research is beginning to show that laughter may also have serious positive physiological effects for those who engage in it on a regular basis. Providers who prescribe laughter to their patients in a structured way may be able to use these natural, free, and easily distributable positive benefits. This article reviews the current medical understanding of laughter's physiologic effects and makes a recommendation for how physicians might best harness this natural modality for their patients.

With rates of obesity and diabetes rising worldwide, effective ways of managing weight are becoming more important. We present the case study of a middle-aged Caucasian-American woman (body mass index (BMI) 27.8, overweight category) who. more

With rates of obesity and diabetes rising worldwide, effective ways of managing weight are becoming more important. We present the case study of a middle-aged Caucasian-American woman (body mass index (BMI) 27.8, overweight category) who wanted to lose weight. The patient participated in a behaviour modification programme with a physician trained in lifestyle medicine as well as health and wellness coaching. After the 14- week programme, which included 9, 1 h long walking sessions with the clinician, the patient lost 11 Ibs (BMI 24.7, normal category). The programme included a combination of increasing physical activity, eating appropriate quantities of healthy foods, goal setting and a positive attitude. The patient has kept her BMI at or below 24.1 for over 2 years. This case demonstrates a novel approach to weight loss management—walking therapeutic sessions—and also outlines critical components of lifestyle medicine counselling that facilitate the process of sustainable weight loss and lasting change.

In questo elaborato viene documentata la progettazione di un intervento e-health a supporto della gestione di condizioni di obesità, sovrappeso e prediabete nella popolazione adulta della Provincia autonoma di Trento. Per l’occasione è. more

In questo elaborato viene documentata la progettazione di un intervento e-health a supporto della gestione di condizioni di obesità, sovrappeso e prediabete nella popolazione adulta della Provincia autonoma di Trento.
Per l’occasione è stata progettata un’applicazione chiamata oHealth la quale si colloca nel contesto più ampio di un intervento tecnologico avente luogo negli esistenti modelli regionali di assistenza integrata.

Resumen El objetivo del presente estudio fue establecer la frecuencia de comportamientos saludables en una muestra de profesionales de la salud colombianos y establecer si existe alguna relación entre su nivel de acuerdo con el modelo. more

Resumen El objetivo del presente estudio fue establecer la frecuencia de comportamientos saludables en una muestra de profesionales de la salud colombianos y establecer si existe alguna relación entre su nivel de acuerdo con el modelo biomédico y su estilo de vida. Para ello se adaptó el cuestionario de Prácticas y Creencias Sobre Estilos de Vida, tomado de Salazar y Arrivillaga (1) y se tomó una muestra de 606 profesionales de la salud voluntarios (500 médicos y 106 enfermeras) en las principales ciudades de Colombia. Se encontró que sólo el 11,5% de los médicos y el 6,73% de las enfermeras presentan un estilo de vida saludable y que el principal problema está relacionado con la actividad física y el deporte. No se encontró relación entre el nivel de acuerdo con el modelo biomédico y el estilo de vida de los profesionales. Se concluyó que esta situación puede estar induciendo en los profesionales, además de una pobre salud en el futuro, una actitud que no favorece la promoción de hábitos saludables en sus pacientes y la práctica de una medicina más curativa que preventiva, tal como lo sustenta Erika Frank (2). Palabras clave: estilos de vida, comportamientos saludables, profesionales de la salud Abstract The objective of this study was to establish the frequency of healthy life styles in a sample of Colombian health professionals and to establish if there is any relation between their level, as described by the biomedical model, and their life styles. For that purpose, the questionnaire of Practices and Believes about life styles of Salazar and Arrivillga (1) was adapted and applied to a sample of 606 health professionals volunteers (500 medical doctors and 106 nurses) in the main cities of Colombia. It was found that only the 11,5% of the medical doctors and the 6,73% of the nurses seems to have a healthy life style and that the main problem was related with the low physical activity and sport practice. No relation was found between the biomedi-cal model and the life style of the professionals. It was concluded that this situation could be inducing unhealthy habits in the professional and attitudes that do not favor the promotion of healthy habits in their patients and so the practice of a healing medicine rather than a better preventive medicine, as it has been sustained by Erika Frank (2).

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