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The transfer storage conversion formatting and display of medical data are common functions in medical devices and will be increasingly so if interoperability efforts are realized Both developers and end users of such products should continue to diligently scope the full functionality and intended use of products in order to determine the full scope of regulatory requirementsIf you have any questions about the regulation of health IT or medical devices or would like additional information about this topic please contact Mark R Dahlby at (414) 721-0902 or [email protected] your regular Hall Render attorneyPlease visit the Hall Render Blog at http://s.hallrendercom/resources/blog/for more information on topics related to health care lawBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 26 2017 1:55 pm New Delhi: Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare J P Nadda (PTI/file) Related News The Union health ministry has come up with a draft framework aimed at ensuring patient safety while undergoing any medical intervention and it proposes measures such as setting up of an online grievance system The draft National Patient Safety Implementation Framework (NPSIF) states that patient safety is a fundamental element of healthcare and is defined as freedom for a patient from unnecessary harm or potential harm associated with the provision of healthcare It is about safe drugs dispensing surgical care safe childbirth injection safety blood safety medication safety medical device safety safe organ tissue and cell transportation and donation said a senior health ministry official It is also about bio-medical waste management prevention of healthcare-associated infections and much more the official said Failure to deliver safe care is attributed to unsafe clinical practices unsafe processes and poor systems and processes According to the senior health ministry official the framework is based on six main pillars–health system strengthening improvement in adverse events reporting training of healthcare personnel research vertical campaigns which includes injection safety blood safety surgical saftey maternal and child healthcare and quality of healthcare services through accreditation “The provisions of healthcare services have significantly grown in the public sector over the past few years and there is a large unregulated private sector Therefore the quality of services and its legal aspects need to be taken up at this point” the official said Challenges in patient safety in India are numerous ranging from unsafe injections and biological waste management to medication and medical device safety high rates of healthcare associated infections anti-microbial resistance etc the draft states There are a wide range of initiatives in patient safety being implemented in India at different levels of care in both public and private sectors and there is a multiplicity of national and international stakeholders working in this area The draft NPSIF proposes setting up of a web-based grievance system and toll-free helplines for patient safety in all healthcare facilities and introducing anonymous reporting system in healthcare facilities to be used by healthcare facility staff students patients and their families It also suggests setting up of a national-level steering committee as a central coordinating mechanism for patient safety on the basis of a patient safety expert group The draft proposes incorporating patient safety principles and concepts in the Public Health Act and streamlining patient safety in different insurance schemes To strengthen quality assurance mechanisms including accreditation system the draft suggests incorporating selected patient safety indicators within the accreditation system for hospitals and laboratories It also proposes the establishment of a culture of safety and improving communication patient identification and handing over transfer protocols in healthcare facilities The draft calls for ensuring that patient safety processes are clearly communicated to patients and caregivers prior during and after the medical intervention using different communication means such as videos mobile apps leaflets brochures etc For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express Web Desk | Updated: July 6 2017 6:34 pm Shoojit Sircar on children participating in reality shows Related News There is a moment in Sacha Baron Cohen’s Bruno where he holds an audition for the “hottest baby photo shoot ever” Superficially that scene offered comic relief but it made a stronger compelling statement about the extent to which parents who were obsessed with glamour went in order to acquire fame indirectly On Wednesday Shoojit Sircar tweeted: “Humble request to authorities to urgently ban all reality shows involving children It’s actually destroying them emotionally and their purity” This is an important thought-provoking request When reality shows became a hit almost instantly we became a society alarmingly obsessed with ordinary lives that were punctuated with drama Competitive reality shows like Roadies and Boogie Woogie were initially designed for adults who participated in them These shows worked wonders for the TRPs drawing in a mammoth spill of viewership With this came the inclusion of children into the framework of the reality TV pandering to the needs of an ever-growing audience From Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs and Indian Idol Junior to Junior Masterchef India and Super Dancer – there is now a deluge of reality shows that populate our television screens While these shows argue that they are trying to unearth the ‘talent’ that is present in children these reality shows have an adverse ramifications on the participants There is a tremendous pressure on the children to ‘perform’ and ‘do well’ Reality television exists to immediately catapult children to popularity but it also a stressful platform Children in turn become fame-hungry constantly surrounded by cameras which might elevate their confidence or cripple it More often than not though it’s the latter In addition children get corrosively competitive Also Watch: Experts believe that reality shows for children therefore is unerringly unhealthy Harsh remarks from the judges can set off a range of emotions within them and the children are not mature enough to properly deal with failure and criticism Humiliation on national television can have lasting detrimental ramifications In addition experts claim that children achieve instant fame through reality TV – they are suddenly catapulted into the spotlight and everyone knows them However as soon as the luster of the fame fades after the end of a show season they cannot cope with it This could lead to frustration and even self-harm For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Harsha Raj Gatty | Panaji | Updated: March 20 2016 10:39 am Kamat has 60 “rescues and emergency interventions” to his credit Photo by Harsha Raj Gatty Related News It’s930 am on a Tuesday and around 4000 people have already gathered at Calangute beach in North Goa Oblivious to the red flag waving in a corner a sign that the beach is closed about half the visitors have ventured into the shallow waters A few metres away Shekar Kamat has noticed the violation Dressed in a red and yellow nylon t-shirt with ‘LIFEGUARD’ inscribed on the torso Kamat 26 is guarding a 1-km shoreline of Calangute beach Every morning at 9 am Kamat and his team of 27 men start their day from the 12-foot-high ‘Lifeguard Tower’ and watch over thousands of visitors who flock to the beach In January this year nearly 650 lifeguards employed by Drishti Lifesaving Services Private Ltd the private agency tasked with providing lifeguard services at 41 beaches across the 105-km coastline of Goa went on strike demanding regularisation of services and payment of minimum wages The 14-day protest ended with the state government calling the demands “illegitimate” But the strike is not on Kamat’s mind right now With the numbers swelling at the beach he has his task cut out “Point 3 (lifeguard) whistle and call out to the man in the white shirt He has ventured too deep into the sea” says Kamat in Konkani speaking into his walkie-talkie while simultaneously monitoring the other visitors with his binoculars “Tourists feel they are on vacation so they should be allowed to do whatever they want But there are rules” says Kamat who earns Rs 10000 a month and was recently judged the fastest swimmer at the Inter-Lifeguards Competition He has 60 “rescues and emergency interventions” to his credit so far One of four siblings Kamat begins his day at 5 am A quick breakfast with his family and he is ready to leave his home in Sanquelim from where he covers the 35-km distance to the beach on his motorcycle He has studied till Class VIII and is fluent in Konkani English and Hindi and throws in a little Portuguese too when needed By 10 am the other lifeguards all between 21 and 35 are ready to leave the tower and take their positions on the beach Their gear: a pair of sunglasses a cap rescue tubes a whistle oxygen masks and their walkie-talkies Another group at the tower is busy examining the first-aid kit the CPR machine (a portable emergency revival kit) and the expiry date of the ointments in the stock Soon a red patrol jeep drops a lifeguard each at every 100 metres on the beach The lifeguards go on to take their positions on the five-foot-high chairs placed near the shore At 1005 am Kamat tells a lifeguard on the beach to replace the red flag with a red-and-yellow one which signals the opening of the beach to the public Next he calls another member to place a black-and-white flag to the right of the tower a sign for water sports companies to start their services With the fresh batch of lifeguards at their positions Kamat updates sector head Shantaram Rane about the number of people on the beach and then marks the attendance of his team “Multi-tasking is a part of this job” he says taking a big gulp of water from his bottle Given the harsh sunlight on the beach a lifeguard needs to drink at least 2 litres of water during his eight-hour shift “Lifeguards look much older than their age because of constant exposure to sunlight and dust” says Kamat Recently Kamat’s 21-year-old brother Gauresh Kamat too joined the lifeguard team “He often accompanies me to the beach but has a lot to learn” he says “Calangute tower come online” says a voice on Kamat’s walkie-talkie It’s a lifeguard on the beach “There’s a rip current (strong and narrow current) on the extreme left of the tower” warns the lifeguard Kamat picks up his binoculars and focuses on the spot “Point 1 increase the red flag area by 10 meters” says Kamat directing a lifeguard closer to the rip current area “Rip current areas are usually marked but sometimes like this one they hit the safe zones too These currents can sometimes drag you 50 metres into the sea” says Kamat He has other concerns too “Some domestic tourists step into the water wearing saris lehngas and jeans These clothes hold more water and make the victim heavier during rescue operations” he says At 110 pm Kamat declares “dry-dock” on the walkie-talkie That’s a call for 12 lifeguards to return to the tower for lunch The break lasts an hour In the meantime four other lifeguards hop on to their jet-skis and fill in for those on the break Munching on roti-bhaji Kamat and his team talk about foreign tourists on the beach “They are professional and usually do not get into fights But they too do not respond to safety calls” says Kamat It’s almost 2 pm now and the lifeguards are ready to return to their positions The temperature outside is 32 degrees Celsius and the humidity is high too A few minutes later sector head Rane visits the tower as part of his daily inspection to enquire about the wind velocity and anomalies in wave patterns Half an hour later a lifeguard at Point 5 informs the team about a tourist and his two children venturing beyond the safe zone “We tried to caution him but he began arguing and asked the lifeguard to mind his business” he says “Point 5 I will monitor them from here I will send two more mobile patrols to your side” Kamat responds calmly “Such arguments are common Some even resort to abuses and physical assault” he adds Rane recalls another incident “Once a 55-year-old man abused the entire lifeguard team at Baga beach when he was asked to stay away from the deep end of the sea But 45 minutes later he was pulled in by the waves and had to be rescued He later realised his mistake and even offered cash to the lifeguards to make up” he smiles As Rane leaves the tower — he has 15 other beaches to inspect — Kamat spots a group of boys on the extreme left of the beach vigorously waving their hands a ‘distress’ signal He immediately alerts the lifeguard on the spot “No boss those boys are just fooling around It’s a false alarm” responds the lifeguard at Point 1 “If these boys did the same thing on a foreign beach they would have been penalised We hear the rules are strict abroad” says Kamat Around 4 pm the harsh sun makes way for a pleasant breeze Some lifeguards get a break from their shifts and their substitutes take charge Back at the tower for a few minutes one of the lifeguards says that while it’s tough to man the beach on hot days it is the monsoon months that are the most challenging “Even then there are at least 15000 people on the beach The tide is usually high then and the waves are erratic” he says Kamat recalls an incident when a 47-year-old man who had been drinking dived straight into a rip current at a time when it was raining heavily “Two of us jumped into the water to pull him out He was so drunk it was difficult to keep his head above water We first tied a tube around him then dragged him to the shore” says Kamat “But a few hours later we got a call from the hospital informing us that the man had died of a cardiac arrest It took us a few days to put the incident behind us” he says At 545 pm as the sun begins to set the lifeguards replace the red and yellow flag with a red one The beach is officially closed till 10 am the next morning But the visitors are in no mood to step out of the water “If only people followed rules 99 per cent of accidents could be avoided” says Kamat The handover to the next team complete he and his crew call it a day “A day like this with no major accidents is a huge relief” he says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News specifically including medical image storage (“MIS”) devices, For all the latest India News, and ceiling heights in my remodeling business.However.
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