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Today the CGADCV together with the 203rd Squadron Director of Bohol CDR IVY BULAYBULAY KUNG PCGA conducted a pre-orientation at the barangay hall of Mag Tong Tong on Pangangan island (Cdr Ivy was informed and asked for this event only yesterday). The meeting was coordinated by Sepe Tutor Mark Paul and Cdr Kung.

Present were 30 Sanggunian Kabataan - SK leaders from various Barangay’s of Calape presented by the federation chairman JT Wong.
We thank Mr. Wong for the opportunity to give everybody a brief overview of what the PCGA is all about, the law behind the organization, the relationship in between PCG and PCGA, our mandated functions, a few comments on the duties and responsibilities, volunteerism, a brief on uniforms and other dress codes, divisions, squadrons and districts, what is expected from the members after the official orientation, indoctrination and induction and monetary involvements.

The membership requirements were explained also by Cdr Kung.
Looking forward to work with the future Calape division via the 203rd Squadron Bohol.

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Latest News and Updates CLOSING CEREMONY OF BASIC NROTC CLASS 2018-2019

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Closing Ceremony of Basic NROTC CLASS 2018-2019 with LTCOL FILOMENO CARREON PN(M) (GSC), Commandant 279th NROTCU and CAPT Ruszell Apachecha, Dean of UPHSL CME on Apr 7, 2019.

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HOLGER W. HORN IS WITH WILFREDO TAMAYO ON CGADCV DEP. DIRECTOR FOR ADMINISTRATION

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Today the CGADCV together with the 203rd Squadron Director of Bohol CDR IVY BULAYBULAY KUNG PCGA conducted a pre-orientation at the barangay hall of Mag Tong Tong on Pangangan island (Cdr Ivy was informed and asked for this event only yesterday). The meeting was coordinated by Sepe Tutor Mark Paul and Cdr Kung.

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MISSION OF THE PHILIPPINE COAST GUARD BY WILFREDO TAMAYO

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To promote safety of life and property at sea, safeguard the marine environment and resources, enforce all applicable laws within the Philippine waters, assist in maritime security operations, conduct search and rescue, and perform other activities in support of national development.

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Wildredo Tamayo was born April 22. 1955, Also known as Admiral Wildredo Tamayo, is the former Commandant of the Philippine Coast Guard. He is married to Miss Anna Marie Puillas, a practicing dentist, and they are blessed with three (3) children namely John Santeo, Jan Marlina, and Joshmailliam. He is the son of the late LT Teolilo Loyola Tamayo PN(Ret)and the former Marina Gonzales Doria.

Tamayo studied at Esteban Abada Elementary School, Quezon City on April 1967 and San Francisco High School, also in Quezon City on April 1971. He also graduated with Masteral Degree in Business Administration at The University Of St La Salle. He also studied at the Philippine Military Academy at Baguio City from 1978 to 1974. After that, he took up Bachelor Of Science In Civil Engineering at the United States Coast Guard Academy, USA and graduated on May 1979.

He was designated with major positions in Philippine Coast Guard such as Pioneer Commander of Task Force Sea Marshal, Chief of Coast Guard Staff, Commander of Coast Guard District Bicol, Commander of Coast Guard District Southern Tagalog, Commander of Coast Guard District National Capital Region-Central Luzon, Commander of Coast Guard Education and Training Command, Vice Commandant for Administration Coach at Coast Guard Operating Forces and Vice Commandant for Operations before he became the Commandant of the Philippine Coast Guard from June 1, 2008 April 19, 2011.

After 37 years of service in the Philippine Coast Guard, he retired and started his new career as the Executive Director For International Student Affairs at University Of Perpetual Help System Dalta, Las Piñas Campus. And now, he is the Senior Executive Vice President For Maritime Affairs University Of Perpetual Help System at UPIIS DALTA ,College of Maritime Education (Las Piñas Campus), UPHS JONFITA College of Maritime Education (Biñan Camps) and UUPHSI Maritime Training Center, Inc. (Cabuyao, Iaguna).

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5 Things You Need To Know About Liposuction

Liposuction is a body contouring or sculpting procedure

Liposuction is a body contouring or sculpting procedure, not a weight losing or weight reduction treatment. Depending on the area or the number of areas to be liposuctioned, only 2000cc to 3000cc of fat can be safely removed.

Liposuction and Obesity

If you are obese, you may be considered as a high risk candidate and may not qualify to undergo liposuction. The reason for this is that chronic medical conditions like diabetes, heart or coronary diseases,  metabolic problems, etc. may be present. Effects of liposuction in obese may also not be appreciable. It is therefore recommended that patients with BMI of 30 or greater need to lose some weight to qualify to undergo Liposuction.

Skin Rippling

Overzealous removal of fats may result to skin “rippling”. This is caused by excess fat removal making the skin very thin (having less fat) and thus cannula tracks under it become visible (the rippling or multiple wave effect). In our Centre, we make sure this complication is avoided by removing only enough fat.

Safety in Liposuction

It will be more safe if your Cosmetic Surgeon is board certified and has a background in General Surgery on top of his fellowship in Cosmetic/Aesthetic Surgery. This will put the surgeon in good position to avoid intra-operative accident of abdominal penetration in tummy liposuction.

Liposuction Laboratory Exams

Several laboratory (blood exams) and ancillary procedures (X-ray and ECG) are usually requested by the cosmetic surgeon prior to liposuction. A cardio-pulmonary clearance from a cardiologist or pulmunologist  is requested for those over 30 or 35 years of age. Those younger patients may undergo the same steps if the doctor find it necessary.

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How to Prepare for Your Physical Medical Examination (PEME/APE)

 

To obtain the best accurate and precise results from your medical exam, we suggest that you follow these basic steps:

  • Schedule your examination during the least stressful time of the day. 
  • The best time to do your exam is in the morning. If a weekday is not convenient, check with the clinic if you can arrange an appointment on a Saturday.
  • Please wear a short-sleeved garment or one with sleeves that easily roll up just in case you are required to undress.
  • Have your photo identification available. (valid ID with picture)
  • Prepare in advance for questions regarding medical conditions, surgeries, medications, or other treatments you may have had. The medical examiner may also ask you for the names and addresses of physicians and/or hospitals that have treated you.
  • Drink a glass of water an hour or so before the exam to facilitate obtaining a urine specimen.
  • Avoid coffee, soda, tea or other products with caffeine for several hours before the exam.
  • Avoid smoking or chewing tobacco for at least one hour prior to your scheduled exam.
  • Avoid alcoholic beverages for at least 24 hours prior to the exam.
  • Avoid nasal decongestants.
  • Do not engage in strenuous exercise for at least 24 hours before the exam.
  • Get a good night's rest before the medical exam.

WHAT PEME CAN DETECT

 

  1. History-taking
    1. Current symptoms
    2. Previous illness
    3. Illness
    4. Previous consults
    5. Maintenance medication/s
    6. Allergies
    7. Lifestyle history
    8. Employment history
  2. Vital signs and Physical measurements
    1. Blood pressure
    2. Heart rate
    3. Respiratory rate
    4. Height
    5. Weight
    6. Body mass index
  3. Skin
    1. Identifying marks
    2. Skin infections
    3. Psoriasis
    4. Eczema
  4. Head and Neck
    1. Facial symmetry
    2. Eye problems
    3. Throat disorder
    4. Thyroid disease
    5. Lymph nodes
  5. Chest
    1. Heart murmurs
    2. Asthma
    3. Pneumonia
  6. Abdomen
    1. Masses
    2. Pain
    3. Bowel sounds
    4. Umbilical hernia
    5. Critical waist circumference
  7. Urogenital
    1. Inguinal hernia
    2. Varicocoele
  8. Rectal exam
    1. Hemorrhoids
    2. Fistula
    3. Fissures
    4. Prostate (male)
  9. Extremities and Neurological
    1. Range of motion
    2. Peripheral pulses
    3. Varicosities
    4. Muscle strength
    5. Reflexes
  10. Dental and oral health
    1. Cavities
    2. Gum infections
    3. Tooth decay

 

WHAT PEME CANNOT DETECT

1. Cancer

2. GIT

a. Ulcers

b. Colitis

c. Diverticulitis

d. Gallbladder stones

3. Neurology

a. Brain tumor

b. Aneurysms

c. AV-malformation

d. Epilepsy

e. Migraines

4. Dermatology

a. Contact dermatitis

b. Allergies

c. Psoriasis in remission

5. Musculo-skeletal

a. Arthritis

b. Spinal problems

6. Chronic diseases

a. DM on meds

b. HPN on meds

7. Pulmonary

a. Asthma not in exacerbation

b. Extra-pulmonary TB

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Complete Children's Health is currently scheduling physical appointments for this summer. We follow the guidelines set forth by the American Academy of Pediatrics- recommending annual physicals for children ages 3-19 years. Visiting your physician for your sports physical provides the winning combination of your complete medical history along with a thorough examination.

Complete Children's Health, P.C. will complete the necessary forms for school, sports and camps.

When scheduling your appointment keep in mind:

  • Physicals for inter-scholastic sports must be completed after May 1 to qualify for the upcoming school year.
  • Kindergarten physicals and the mandatory seventh grade physical must be completed within 6 months prior to the start of school (generally after March 1).

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Test Tips For Multiple-Choice Psychology Exams

How to Take a Multiple-Choice Psychology Exam

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While multiple-choice exams may seem challenging, you can prepare yourself by understanding the structure of a multiple-choice test and how to approach these types of exams. Remember, the correct answer is right there in front of you! By carefully analyzing each question and choices offered, you can increase your chances of performing well on each multiple-choice test you take.

The Structure of a Multiple-Choice Question

Each question consists of just three parts:

    1. The first part a multiple-choice problem is the basic section that asks a question, gives and incomplete sentence, or poses a problem that you are expected to solve.

 

    1. The next part of the question is a number of distracting alternatives. These are the incorrect answers that are designed to test your true knowledge of the subject. Some of these alternatives may seem correct, so it is important to know the topic well to avoid selecting an incorrect answer.

 

  1. The final part of a multiple-choice problem is the correct answer to the question or problem that is posed.

 

MANILA, Philippines — The government has allocated P15 million for the H1N1 project of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) enabling the country to get a bigger chance of being represented in the global vaccine development.

By putting a strong focus on H1N1 vaccine, through its work in sequencing of the virus, the government is putting the Philippines in the map of the H1N1 vaccine development of the World Health Organization (WHO). While there may no longer be developments that highlight risks in another H1N1 epidemic, having its own vaccine ensures ready supply for its people.

NIH Dr. Edsel Maurice Salvana, H1N1 program project leader, said the H1N1 program of NIH has already sequenced 52 samples of the H1N1 virus from only six sequenced samples.

Prior to the program, the six sequenced samples even came from Australia since the Philippines previously did not have DNA sequencing capability.

Part of the program is acquisition of equipment for the sequencing capability including PCR polymerase chain reaction.

“We have to generate our own data, or there’s nothing that WHO will take into consideration when they’re deciding on what strains to cover for vaccine development,” said Salvana in an interview at the Philippine Council for Health Research and Development anniversary celebration.

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H1N1 Vaccine Global Presence Eyed By MELODY M. AGUIBA March 19, 2012, 3:11am

“If the Philippines is not represented , our unique issues will not have a say in what will come out.”

The Philippines has already published information on all 52 samples with the Genbank, a global genetic sequence database.

This data present so much significance as the DNA sequencing will help determine if the Philippine population already has resistance to existing H1N1 drugs, particularly oseltamivir.

“If you’re caught with your pants down, and the only time you know there’s resistance to oseltamivir because a lot of people are failing therapy, then it may take some time before you can bring in another drug. What we’re doing is an early warning system,” Salvana said.

NIH is working with the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) on a collaborative DNA sequencing work. RITM has been sequencing viral cultures, while NIH has been sequencing from virus taken directly from infected patients.

Since culturing takes time of two to three weeks before sequencing may be done, the collaborative work will involve real time sequencing.

“We’re not doing real time samples yet. We’re doing archive samples. We’ll do real time samples when we collaborate with RITM hopefully beginning next month,” he said.

Since many H1N1 virus strains in the world have already developed resistance to drug adamantine, the need now is to ensure that the Philippine H1N1 strains are not yet resistant to oseltamavir.