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Anders Olauson was involved in the founding of the Agrenska Centre in 1989. A former director, he became Chairman and CEO in 2004. He is responsible for the establishment of the Agrenska Virtual International Academy, a research centre for rare disorders. He is a board member of Eurordis, of which he was president from 1999 to 2001. He currently represents it as a member of the board of the European PatientsвЂ™ Forum (EPF), of which he is president since June 2005. Agrenska was appointed member of ECOSOC within the United Nations in 2005, with a вЂњspecial consultative statusвЂќ. Since 2006 Anders is a member of the advisory group for Health Research within DG Research. In 2005 he was accepted as a researcher within the PhD program at Gothenburg University. The Swedish Government appointed him member of the Advisory Council at The National Board of Health and Welfare in September 2008. Anders received HM The King of SwedenвЂ™s Medal for his valuable contributions in the field of disability.
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a Dental Assistant, you will work chairside with the dentist;
as well as in the dental laboratory and the business office.
At Concorde you will receive “multi-tasked” training, which
means you will be trained in both clinical and administrative
Clinical responsibilities include sterilizing and preparing
instrument trays, exposing and processing x-rays, conducting
oral inspections, preparing patients for treatment, and taking
vital signs. Administrative responsibilities include patient
charting, appointment setting, completing insurance forms,
accounts payable and fee collections.
Our Dental Assistant Program is 39 weeks long.
In addition to the realistic laboratory environment Concorde provides, we also offer a hands-on working
experience called an externship. Our Dental Assistant externship
is 4 weeks long.
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oral inspections Expose
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patient charts Maintain
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with insurance forms Entry-level
expanded dental assisting
A majority of Dental Assistant are employed by General Dentists.
Some are employed by Specialists (orthodontists, oral surgeons).
Some Assistants work part-time and sometime in more than one
office. Assistants may have some freedom to choose their own
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Dr. Elise Harper is a summa cum laude graduate of Rice University. She completed medical school at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, where she graduated with highest honors. Dr. Harper went on to receive her specialty training in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham after which she entered private practice in 1999. Dr. Harper had the honor of serving as Chairman of Obstetrics/Gynecology at Richardson Regional Medical Center in 2003, and as Vice Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology at Centennial MedicalCenter in 2009. She has a reputation for having “a warm bedside manner” and enjoys her career as physician, wife and mother of four. While Dr. Harper works resolutely to maintain her clinical and academic excellence, she never ceases her caring personal touch with her patients.
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DR. HARPER IS THE BEST.
VITALS March 23, 2011
I would first like to say that my wife is Dr. Harper’s patient. However the care that she gave my wife and also the considerations and time she spent answering all my questions prompted me to write this review. I have two beautiful daughters that Dr. Harper helped bring into this world. Neither of my daughters have any health issues related to the birth process, but that could have been a lot different. Both times there were complications. Complications that not only put my wife at risk, but my children as well. Dr. Harper was able to see that my wife needed hospital care with my first child. It was unexpected and early, but do to the problem Dr. Harper was able to see she knew she had to make this baby come early. That care my wife got was amazing. She was able to give birth and all was well. When our second child was born we didn’t know the cord was wrapped around our daughters arm and neck. When it was evident something was wrong again Dr. Harper sprang into action. I use that phrase because literally she did. She moved fast and with such precision. She had my daughter out and to the pediatrician with in seconds it seemed. I know that in both cases things could have had a bad result. I was able to see her skills as a physician in an extra stressed moment when seconds counted and it was indeed amazing. I know I owe the safety and health of my wife and my two daughters to Dr. Harper. Lastly I wanted to add that I always appreciated how she took the time to visit with me to see what questions I had and to see how I was doing. My wife was the important one and we all knew it. But Dr. Harper would always ask me things and include me in the doctor check ups. When we were at the hospital before and after delivery she would check and make sure I was taking care of myself ie eating and getting sleep. She is indeed a wonderful person and an excellent doctor.
Dr. Elise Harper is the best OB/Gyn. Dr.
VITALS Jan 17, 2010
I have ever seen. She is friendly and always takes the time to answer any questions I may have. I feel very comfortable discussing any issue with her.
SAW ME THROUGH MY FIRST PREGNANCY
VITALS Jan 10, 2010
Dr. Harper recently delivered our son. I had to be induced after a medical condition necessitated it. She used the Foley catheter to induce and was patient with my SLOW progress as it was my first baby and I was not at all dilated or effaced. I was in labor for 37 hours and everything went great considering the circumstances. I could not be happier with my doctor! — I selected her as my ObGyn prior to getting married and now have also gone through a pregnancy as well. Office visits are always pleasant, and her nurse, Angela, is wonderful. I would highly recommend Dr. Harper!
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Apply a thin layer of Protopic to all skin areas that your doctor has diagnosed as eczema. Try to cover the affected areas completely.
Avoid sunlight and sun lamps, tanning beds, and treatment with UVA or UVB light. If you need to be outdoors after applying Protopic, wear loose fitting clothing that protects the treated area from the sun. In addition, ask your doctor what other type of protection from the sun you should use.
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Peripheral vascular disease is a circulatory condition caused by narrow or hardened arteries. This disease process usually affects adults 50 years of age and older. Lifestyle risk factors include high blood pressure, diabetes, smoking and high cholesterol levels. Men have a slightly higher incidence of PVD than women. Often this disease process goes undetec
Signs And Symptoms Signs and symptoms can range from mild to severe. The primary symptom is SYMPTOMS intermittent claudication, which is pain when walking that stops with rest. This pain can range from a cramping sensation in the legs to a feeling of extreme weakness. There may be mottling of the skin, decreased hair growth on the legs and feet and brittle toenails. People may also experience tingling, numbness or coldness in the extremities. The skin may appear shiny in the lower extremities. Severe symptoms might include pain at rest (this happens at night when the legs are in a non weight bearing position and gravity is not present to help circulate the blood flow to the feet), leg ulcers, infections and even gangrene due to lack of blood flow to the extremities. People suffering from PVD may experience a range of discomfort from mild pain to being virtually bedridden. Healing of these areas becomes very difficult and amputation may be the only option. People with diabetes have an increased risk of PVD.
Treatment Early detection of PVD is essential. Your doctor may recommend a visit to the non-invasive vascular lab as a first step. Treatment plans vary depending on the severity and progression of the disease. Options may include lifestyle modification, medication, balloon dilatation and/or surgery. Lifestyle modification may include maintaining an optimal body weight, eating low fat, low cholesterol foods, monitoring high blood pressure, participating in a planned activity program and stopping smoking.