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Tập 32 – CHAT VỚI THANH TRẦN sẽ được phát sóng vào lúc 15H20, thứ Bảy, ngày 11/05/2019 trên kênh HTV7 và publish trên kênh youtube MCVMedia ( vào lúc 15H30 cùng ngày.

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“CHAT VỚI THANH TRẦN” là chương trình talkshow với đối tượng là các bà mẹ có con từ 1 đến 3 tuổi. Câu chuyện xoay quanh tất cả những vấn đề trong cuộc sống của các bà mẹ bỉm sữa từ lúc mới sinh con đến giai đoạn hiện tại như:
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– Những stress của mẹ bỉm sữa (mối quan hệ gia đình, stress trong công việc, mối quan hệ vợ chồng, …)

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Why is health care so expensive? Once again, there are a lot of factors in play. Jacob and Adriene look at the many reasons that health care in the US is so expensive, and what exactly we get for all that money. Spoiler alert: countries that spend less and get better results are not that uncommon.

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8 Simple Tests to Check Your Health Right Now

8 Simple Tests to Check Your Health Right Now

How often do you go to the doctor for regular check-ups? If you’re diligent, maybe once or twice a year, right? But what if I told you that there are lots of quick, easy, and accurate health tests you can do yourself right at home whenever you want?

For example, how can you tell if you’re anemic? Anemia is a condition when the blood doesn’t have enough red blood cells (a.k.a. hemoglobin) in it. Stand in front of a mirror and pull your lower eyelid down a bit. The exposed tissue should be bright pink. If it’s a pale light pink or even slightly yellow, you could be anemic. Watch our new video to find out more!

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7 Quick Tests to Check If You’re Healthy Or Not
One Simple Way to Check Your Health in One Minute
12 Things Your Stool Says About Your Health

Check your heart and lungs 0:28
Check your brain health 1:59
Check for anemia 2:56
Check your hormone levels 3:50
Check your nerves 4:51
Check your blood sugar 5:51
Check your arteries 7:02
Check your hearing 8:05

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– Bring your hands together so that your index fingers form an upside-down J. Hold them with the nails touching for about 10 seconds. Do you see a tiny rhombus in the negative space between your nails? Great! Your heart and lungs are a-ok!
– Lift one of your legs so that the raised knee is in line with your hip. Try to hold this position for 20 seconds. If you can do this almost effortlessly, your blood vessels and brain must be in great shape!
– Grab a small lock of hair and pull at it just slightly. If you end up with 2-3 strands in your fingers, there’s no need to worry – your hormones are doing great! Pulling more hairs out could mean that it’s time to see a hair and scalp specialist.
– To check yourself, start by raising your arms and making two fists in front of your face. Your wrists should be facing toward you. Now try to reach the bottom of your palm with your fingertips, and hold this position for about 1 minute. If you start to feel tension, pain, or unpleasant tingling, you could have carpal tunnel syndrome.
– Ask your friend to touch your feet and toes with both the pointy end and the eraser side of the pencil. Really focus on how you feel and answer one simple question: can you tell the ends apart without looking? If it’s a piece of cake for you, then diabetic neuropathy isn’t something you should worry about.
– Lie down on your back, raise your legs at a 45-degree angle, and hold it for about 1-2 minutes. When the time’s up, take a closer look at the color of your feet and toes. Are they pale or even white? If so, then you might have a circulatory problem.
– To make sure that your hearing is still going strong, go into a quiet room and gently rub your thumb on the other four fingers. Start by doing it pretty close to your ear, and then slowly move your hand further away until it’s about 6 inches from your ear. If you can hear the rubbing that far away, your hearing is still impeccable!

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This video is a step-by-step approach to the technique of laparoscopic repair of perforated peptic ulcer with omental patch. The operation was carried out on a 49 yr old male patient. He was admitted via our Accident & Emergency Department few hrs earlier.
He developed epigastric pain whilst at home the previous evening. His pain spread to the rest of his abdomen through the night. He had been fit & well with no history of indigestion and was not on any regular medications.
An erect chest X-ray on admission did not show free air under the diaphragm. A CT scan, however revealed both free air and fluid throughout his abdominal cavity. It was more prominent in the right upper quadrant though. The CT scan did not show the source of perforation.
Clinically, we suspected a perforated peptic ulcer and opted to undertake a diagnostic laparoscopy and proceed depending on the operative findings. The plan was fully discussed with the patient who consented to this course of action. Pre-operative resuscitation was instigated with intravenous fluids, antibiotics and proton pump inhibitor as well as adequate pain relief.
Post-operatively the patient made quick recovery. He was mobile from day one; the top drain was removed after 36 hrs, and the pelvic one after 48hrs. He was allowed diet from day two. He was advised to continue antibiotics and proton pump inhibitors for two weeks (triple therapy) with the latter for a further six weeks. He was discharged after three days with a plan to have a follow up gastroscopy two months later.

Esophagogastroduodenoscopy showing Duodenal Ulcer among other findings.
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