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Are pheumatic tourniquets necesary for optium beneficts from knee surgery
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...Tourniquets Necessary for Optimum Benefits from Knee Surgery Are Pneumatic Tourniquets Necessary for Optimum Benefits from Knee Surgery Introduction A pneumatic tourniquet can generally be described as an item designed to control blood pressure during limb surgery and specifically to provide a bloodless field for surgical procedures. The earliest documented usage dates back to 199 BCE where Romans used it to manage bleeding during amputation. However, they are also reported to have caused shearing forces and high pressures that often resulted in fatal complications such as pulmonary embolism. More modern use of pneumatic tourniquet for open extremity surgery, developed from the early... Are Pneumatic...
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Meniscus of the Knee
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...Knee- Its tear and treatments" By: . 29/ 10/ 2007 Index Introduction 3 Meniscus of the knee Overview ....4 Symptoms Treatment Post operative measures Conclusions ...6 References ...7 Introduction The meniscus is a half moon shaped piece of cartilage that lies between the weight bearing joint surfaces of the femur and the tibia. It is triangular in cross section and is attached to the lining of the knee joint along its periphery. There are two menisci in a normal knee; the outside one is called the lateral meniscus, the inner one the medial meniscus. The menisci play an important role in absorbing... "The meniscus of the...
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Acute Knee Sprain Assessment
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...Knee Sprain Assessment 26-01-12 Acute Knee Sprain Assessment Pathophysiology: Being the largest joint in the body, the knee is extremely susceptible in certain individuals to injury from trauma, arthritis and degenerative changes. Being a hinge joint, the knee has a joint line that exists between the femoral condyles and the tibial plateaus. The lateral and medial miniscal cartilage is cushioned between the boney surfaces of femoral condyles and tibial plateaus. The miniscal cartilage has tremendous tensile strength and during weight bearing it functions as a shock absorber. Anterior to the joint line is a large sesamoid bone which is known as patella. The lateral collateral ligaments... ? Acute Knee...
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Benefits
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...benefits the employees of any companies have and opening the new means for employers to maintain their employees well. Retirement benefits will help employees to understand the advantages after work life and to attain those advantages after their work life by contributing some part of their salaries to the retirement funds and other forums the employer of the company has introduced. In this article, different types of retirement benefits are stated and process and nitti gritties... Article 14: An Evaluation This article basically addresses the issues and objectives related to employees for the employers. Retirement is the inevitable and unavoidable aspect of a work life. This article demonstrates the...
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Benefits
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...benefits. The average salary in the United States is approximately $43,000 per year. Due to the intense competition in the labor market companies are able to differentiate themselves by offering superior benefit packages. Offering great benefits can help a company recruit talented employees. Good benefit packages help companies increase their employee retention rate. Some of the benefits that companies can provide to its employees include extended sick and vacation days, medical plan, profit sharing, stock option plans, pensions, IRA, 401k, maternity leave, paternity leave, wellness... The total compensation package an employee receives from a company is composed of two primary elements: salary and...
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...Benefits Government-man d Benefits Lecturer: Government-Man d Benefits Summary National government policy requires employers to provide some benefits to all employees. These benefits (also known as social insurance programs) include unemployment compensations, Social Security, workers’ compensation, and family and medical leave. According to Dominguez’s report on Social Security and Medicare future funding, it has been postulated that both programs are expected to run out of funds sooner than anticipated. While the government’s health insurance for the elderly is predicted to come in 2024, Social Security will be depleted 12 years later; with both predictions associated... with this...
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Perks and Benefits in The Organisations
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...Benefits [Pick the FRINGE BENEFITS Introduction Fringe benefits are regarded as perks given to employees apart from their salary and wages, these benefits not only motivate employees to remain with the organization but also encourage them to work harder in order to get to a position where they can avail more perks. They can also be termed as compensation plans which may or may not be taxable depending upon the law of the country in which the firm is located. Such perks and benefits can include numerous things such as housing arrangements provided by the employer, free or discounted medical facilities, day...
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Diagnosis of knee joint problem in MRI
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...benefits. They have actually outlined the benefits of the MRI over those of the clinical examination. They encourage the use of the arthro-resonance to make it easier for the patients to get better and more effective treatment without paying more than expected. The evaluation that 30% fewer arthroscopies could have saved a whooping $723,600 dollars for the US economy is eye-catching since it elicits more reactions from the patients. It however defies all odds and generally states that MRI is very accurate and can diagnose knee Meniscal and cruciate ligament lesions. This makes it impossible for one to imagine... The use of magnetic resonance imaging emerged in the early 1980’s where its usefulness was...
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Care of Patient Undergoing Total Knee Replacement Surgery
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...knee joint, it is not completely possible to reproduce a completely 'normal' knee with present modern techniques. The prosthesis implanted is made of metal and plastics and the relief of pain, in most instances, is the indicator of successful outcome of the procedure (Rand and Ilstrup, 1991; Palmer, 2001). Furthermore, preoperatively, it is important that the patient fully comprehends the benefits, risks and possible complications of the procedure to be carried out. Prouty et al (2006) explains the importance of patient education to any surgical procedure. They explain that the fear of the unknown is an expected characteristic of patient... Care of Patient Undergoing Total Knee Replacement Surgery...
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Microprocessor Prosthetic Knee Use for Transfemoral Amputees
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...knee extension level to suit walking speed8. It is the biomechanical performance that renders the gait close to natural. Biomechanical performance evaluation also includes evaluation of hip work production and hip work and knee flexion and hip flexion moment. In a study done by Johansson et al.,9 as compared with Mauch, Rheo had the biomechanical benefits like decrease in hip work production and lower peak hip flexion moment at terminal swing. There was reduced peak hip power generation at toe-off. Mauch had... MICROPROCESSOR PROSTHETIC KNEE USE FOR TRANSFEMORAL AMPUTEES BACKGROUND Amputation is a serious life-changing event in a human being's life, bringing about one of the most prominent, sudden, and,...
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Relection on Total knee replacement surgery
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...knee replacement surgery Grade (20th, March. Total knee replacement surgery This is a surgical operation undertaken to replace a knee that is completely damaged either through injury or arthritis. The procedure was first undertaken in 1968, and from then it has proved to be one of the most successful surgical procedures in medicine, with more than 600 thousand people undergoing knee surgery in the USA every year (Bellemans, Ries & Victor, 2005). The Total knee replacement surgery entails the complete replacement of the surface of the bones found on the knee joint, where there are various stages to achieve this. The Total knee replacement surgery of the 70 year old woman started... with the...
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Assessment of Anterior Knee Pain due to Maltracking of Patella
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...benefits explained in detail. Privacy would be ensured, and both verbal and written informed consent would be taken. The patients will be at their free will to pull off from the investigation at any given point in time. The recruits would be given chance to ask questions. Methodology: A detailed history would be taken from each of the patients. A thorough knee examination would be undertaken. Once the provisional history and physical suggests the diagnosis, the all patients would be subjected to conventional radiography by Merchant's view. Then the patients would be referred to the exercise laboratory where... Assessment of Anterior Knee Pain due to Maltracking of Patella Introduction: In view of the...
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Uncertainty in the knee impairment assessment
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...knee impairment assessment. The knee joint kinematics could be seriously affected by different reasons. In most of these cases a clear isolation of the specific reason is seldom possible due to the absence of the sufficient results to consolidate the argument (Murray et al, 1985). One such case is the reason for the weakness of the muscle during the aging process. This situation often results in lowered postural stability leading to reduction in independence and higher risk of falling. The quadriceps are vital muscle group required to support all the activities for daily life (ADL). The reduction in the strength of quadriceps is required for decreased ADL performance... is sought by taking...
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Movie Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
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...Knee” is about the American Indians. From the onset of the movie one learns that Grant is bad. He has doubts of his mind since he uses a brandy snifter during the day and smokes a cigar. Grant tells that he is really concerned about the American Indians. For one thing, he emphasizes with Sioux uprising at Little Bighorn. Ideally, no one really is really fixated over anachronisms in the movie. Bury My Heart at Wounded knee is an excellent, seemly unsentimental movie. It encompasses just a piece of the history that the book arrays over. This includes the battle of little Big Horn to the killing of sitting bull. This film directed by Yves... Optional To begin with, the movie “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee” ...
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The Factors contributing to Wounded Knee Massacre
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...Knee Massacre In my opinion, relating the incident of massacre directly to the party politics is an oversimplification of the facts. The role of party politics may be contributory towards creating a set of factors, the ultimate outcome of which was the killing of this scale. As the author states the "west was particularly amenable to the juggling of appointments for political advantage because it had a long history of federal control" (169). However, ignoring all other factors and giving importance to the factor of politics only, appears to be creating a situation where the author is inclined towards blaming only one cause of the incident intentionally... Paper The Factors contributing to Wounded Knee ...
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Tubular support reduces symptoms of knee OA compared to exercise
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...knee OA compared to exercise Tubular support reduces symptoms of knee OA compared to exercise Introduction Osteoarthritis (OA) continues to be a health care issue affecting an individual’s functional status and performance. It is characterized by various levels of joint tenderness, pain, occasional effusion, lower R.O.M, inflammation, and crepitus. The rationale for using tubular bandages around the knee is to enable maximum coetaneous sensation support to joint position sense. This technique provides mechanical support to the knee and improves quality of life. In this study, twenty patients were used in the assessment. They were distributed randomly in control... ? Tubular support reduces symptoms of...
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Below the Knee Amputations and Physical Therapy Rehabilitation
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...Knee Amputation and Physical Therapy Rehabilitation Introduction Below the knee amputations are normally performed when tumors at the feetand ankles manifest. Current developments in medicines however, have brought around preoperative chemotherapy and adjuvant radiation therapy that managed to confine the growth of tumors within a certain location only. Such developments resulted to surgical procedures which allowed limb-sparing surgery in most cases (Sugarbaker et al, 2001). Limb amputation is necessary because: 1) it may threaten the life of a victim or a patient if left attached; 2) it is non-viable; 3) if the function or appearance of the limb can be improved by replacing the defective... ?Below the...
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Why women are more prone to knee injuries than men
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...knee and hip osteoarthrits". Am J Med 107(1999). 542-548. Kimble, MA, Koda., Lioyd YY., Wayne AK., BJ Guglielmo., BK. Alldredge and RL. Corelli. Applied Therapeutics. The Clinical Use of Drugs. 8th ed. Tokyo: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins , 2005 National Institute of Health (NIH) (1994). Consensus statement. Optimum Calcium Uptake. 12 (4): 13 Norkin, CC and Levangie, PK. Joint structure and function: A comprehensive analysis. Philadelphia: FA Davis Co,1992. Parfitt AM. "The two faces of growth: benefits and risks to bone integrity". Osteoporosis International 4(1994): 382. Sapsford, R., JB, Saxton and S, Markwell. Women's Health A Textbook for...
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Legal Advice for Harry and Mrs. Tourniquet in Relation to the Accident that Led to Employment Dismissal
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...Tourniquet in Relation to the Accident that Led to Employment Dismissal People and organisations wanting to establish business in the UK are bound to follow legal obligations. The policies implemented were shaped from both common law and legislation (Hardy, 2011). Still, these policies serve the same purpose of promoting orderliness and safety in the entire business industry. This paper aims to apply the laws on labour and tort to a case involving a teacher and pupil. In particular, it aims to arrive at a concrete legal advice for the two parties involved in the case of Mrs. Tourniquet vs. Harry. The Rules of Law The areas of law that have to be taken... into consideration in determining the...
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Radiological assessment of medial meniscuc tear of the knee
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...Knee Meniscus refers to a fibro-cartilaginous, crescent-shaped structure partly dividing a joint cavity. These structures are present in the knee, sternoclavicular, temporomandibular and acromioclavicular joints within the human body. The cartilage of the knee comprises of lateral and medial menisci, both serving the purpose of providing structural integrity during instances of tension (Jette & Jette, 1996). Sometimes these menisci are referred to semi-lunar cartilages; a name attributed to their shapes. Within the knee, these structures provide strength to the joint enabling the knees to perform various functions like movement. Because... of the functions performed by these structures, they...
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Pride in Bury My Heart in Wounded Knee
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...Knee Basically, directors of movies use the characters to underscore important themes and pass on important messages to the audience. Through characters, the audience not only understands the scope, but they also acknowledge the key themes. In essence, characters play an important role of developing the scope and plot of the given play. In Bury My Heart in Wounded Knee, the theme of pride has been propagated by certain characters. Americans are known to be proud of their achievements. Nonetheless, the respective pride in certain instances yields undesirable outcomes. In this movie however, pride is presented as strength. To begin with, the White settlers exhibit... Pride in Bury My Heart in Wounded Knee ...
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Physical therapy/ implementing ESCAPE for knee OA patients in Middle East
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...Knee OA Patients in Middle East PHYSICAL THERAPY/ IMPLEMENTING ESCAPE FOR KNEE OA PATIENTS IN MIDDLE EAST One of the cardinal symptoms of OA is chronic joint pain, which is a main cause of dependency, suffering, disability, healthcare expenditure, reduced quality of life, and psychosocial co-morbidities like depression and anxiety (Jacobson, 2012: p35). As people in the Middle East continue to live for longer, it is expected that these problems will only increase. Some core recommendations for OA management are self-management advice, patient education, and exercise, specifically because they bring short-term benefits related to psychosocial functioning... Physical Therapy/ Implementing Escape for Knee...
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Compensation Benefits
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...BENEFITS Compensation Benefits [The [The of the Compensation Benefits Compensation and Benefits Plan Executive Summary Due to shrinking local labor market and increasing turnover within Lansing-Smith Corporation, the board members of Lansing-Smith will propose a complete and progressive compensation and benefits plan to the CEO to augment retention in the Company. Traditionally Lansing-Smith Corporation has paid only minimum wage and mandatory benefits. The following paper will propose the costs of the plan, exterior and interior equity, and creative methods of compensation and deliberate benefits for Lansing-Smith Corporation. Introduction I am the new Director... Running Head: COMPENSATION BENEFITS ...
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Employees' Benefits
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...benefits as well. Extra benefits will give them a feel of self actualization and for them given benefits and incentives are the care of organization towards them therefore these benefits and incentives play a very... ?Justification The major problem faced by employees is the cut back of incentives provided to them which includes cut back of discount offered on employee stock purchase plan from 15% to 10%, cutting back of maternity leaves from 12months to 6months and making short the vacation time, and declining annual bonuses. This study suggests “Leverage the power of the leading stock plan administration technology Our Full Service Plan Administration solution is delivered through our proprietary web...
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Health Benefits
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...Benefits Health benefits Quality of care is one of the factors that contributes to improved performance and job satisfaction in many organizations (Mahrous, 2014). Likewise, the health status of a population or a community is dependent on the quality of care being offered by the available health care providers. Therefore, it is imperative for health care administrators to ensure quality care is delivered within their institutions. This paper analyses how I would evaluate the quality of care being delivered by my health benefits contractor to my employees from the perspective of a health care administrator. In addition, this paper outlines...
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Employee Benefits
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...benefits, which is defined as non-salary employee compensation (investorwords, 2007). There are different types of employee benefits, some are mandatory by law while others are offered by the employer to increase the overall compensation package of the employees. Companies also offer these benefits as acts of appreciation in order to take care of the well being of its human capital... Employees received monetary compensation for the work they perform for enterprises. This is what most people considered the pay employees received for work, but in reality there is a different type of pay which at times has a great impact in the standard of living of employees. This type of indirect pay is called fringe...
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Benefits Project
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...Benefits Plans Issues of the of the Continuation of Sodexo’s Medical Benefits Plans Issues Part 2 ANALYSIS OF MAJOR BENEFITS ISSUES AT SODEXO On paper, it is admitted that Sodexo as an organization has one of the best and most comprehensive medical care and coverage plans available. This is easily ascertained as we see that the organization has carefully considered almost every aspect of company life and employee needs in this regard. Virtually everything from life insurance and short and long term disability benefits to online counseling, leave policy and dental and eye care has been looked at and covered. In addition to this the other facilities and discounts like... ? Continuation of Sodexo’s Medical...
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Employee Benefits
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...benefits through certain provisions which can be included in a plan aimed towards positions in a Spa. Health Insurance Plan Scenario The managers should be covered under health insurance, provided by the company, as long as he is serving the spa. Some reasons may be cited as fringe benefit implications, positive impact on the productivity of workers... , which will help them rejuvenate. An implication here may be that the employees may opt for the holidays in unison, and that this may become an issue, especially during festivals. Proper counseling and the mention of an appropriate clause in the contract will ensure that this plan is implemented soundly. The scheme of holidays may be devised...
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Employee Benefits
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...Benefits Employee Benefits Employees are en d to some benefits that should be offered all along their working periods. Additionally, upon retirement, employees also enjoy some retirement benefits as granted by the employment act. The employee benefit plans are established to provide health benefits, vacation benefits, disability benefits, training benefits, retirement benefits as well as death benefits among other similar benefits. These plans are voluntarily made and maintained by the employer and employee organizations. Every employee has the right of access to the employee act which analyses all benefits that should be offered to an employee during or after his/her working period... . An...
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Veteran Benefits
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...Benefits Affiliation) Before US military officials are sent to the war they are provided with pre war training. These training sessions are structured to help military officials with any physical and mental challenges they face during the war. These training efforts are not enough and cannot counter the negative impact of the war on a US military official. US military officials have faced various physical and mental challenges when they returned from the war. Following are the problems faced by the US military officials when they returned back to their homes: Health Problems – A research shows that one in every Iraq war veterans develop major emotional health problems. These problems include...
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Compensation & Benefits
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...benefits package, let us first get to know what compensation and benefits actually are and why is it necessary for the management of a company to implement an attractive compensation plan for the employees. Compensations are those rewards or remuneration, which a company offers to its employees as a result for achieving some desired sets of goals and objectives. Compensation and benefits play an essential role in attracting new employees and retaining old employees of the company. The employees like to work for those companies, which value the employees by incorporating appropriate compensation and benefits package for its... employees. Incentive compensation and benefits...
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Employee Benefits
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...Benefits History International Accounting Standards (IAS) emerged in 1975 with publication of IAS 1and 2 on disclosure of accounting policies and valuation as well as the presentation of inventories using the historical cost system (Deloitte 2010a). Thereafter, IAS 3-18 was published between 1976 and 1982. IAS 19 was published in 1983 and has undergone series of revisions and amendments to date. The first publication of IAS 19 in 1983 described how employee retirement benefits are accounted for in the employers’ financial statements. IAS 19 was revised on 1993 and the revision was on review of retirement pension overheads. In 1998 and 2000, other revisions on worker remuneration... IAS 19: Employee...
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Employee benefits
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...Benefits at Richemont Company in Switzerland Question One Richemont Company in Switzerland is the second biggest luxury goods firm globally and eighth biggest according to the Market Index of Switzerland by 2012. The company owns numerous globe’s leading firms in the area of luxury commodity. The company has an efficient code of conduct for its employees with various employee benefits. The company is committed to providing its staffs with safe and healthy working conditions and adherence to its general announcement to Human rights as well as other recognized labor Practice norms. Some of the employee benefits include, vacation and sick leave, health insurance, pension plans and proper... Employee...
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Veteran Benefits
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...Benefits Affiliation) Before US military officials are sent to the war they are provided with pre war training. These training sessions are structured to help military officials with any physical and mental challenges they face during the war. These training efforts are not enough and cannot counter the negative impact of the war on a US military official. US military officials have faced various physical and mental challenges when they returned from the war. Following are the problems faced by the US military officials when they returned back to their homes: Health Problems – A research shows that one in every Iraq war veterans develop major emotional health problems. These problems include...
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Competitive Benefits
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...Benefits Research reveals that unionized workers benefit more from compensation benefits as comparedto the non-unionized employees. Some of the compensation components include retirement plans, sick leaves, educational assistance, health insurance, and paid holidays among others. Such benefits are imperative in helping attract, retain, and motivate workers. They also help in reducing turnover and absenteeism cases. Therefore, although unionization is costly, unionized organizations must continue cooperating and enhancing their relationship with their unions to ensure they remain competitive. Therefore, this discourse kicks off by analyzing the benefits that come with compensation... ...
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Compensation/Benefits
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...benefits Employees’ retention and motivation are some of the roles of human resource management in organizations and compensation and benefits are important factors. Compensation and benefits also determine production costs and hence marginal returns. Involved potential benefits and cost therefore influence decisions on the human resource management aspects and this paper discusses legal compliance, equity, and transparency as the most important professional and ethical issues in compensation and benefits. Legal factors are important aspects of an organization’s external environment and dictate decisions on compensation. Legal implications of non-compliance with legal requirements make... Compensation...
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Employee benefits
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...Benefits Identify the primary reasons for the growth in employee benefits. The growth in employee benefits has come from the need to retain efficient workers in any organization. The lower the attrition rate, the higher the profits, and the long term prospects for the organization. The rising costs of recruiting the right staff are another reason for the growth in employee benefits. (The Basics of Employee Benefits) 2. Discuss the major issues affecting benefit planning, design, and administration. The major issues that affect benefit planning, design, and administration are the laws governing employee benefits, issues related to income tax laws, the rising cost of health benefits... Employee...
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Delivering Benefits
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...Benefits Why are having multiple health-care plans important for FedEx in slowing down increases in the cost of benefits? The provision of the health-insurance plan is important to any organization as far as employee retention is concerned (Robert and Jackson 21). However, rising costs posses a major challenge to many organizations as having been seen during the recent financial meltdown. This calls for proper measures and strategies that can help reduce health-insurance cost in an organization. Multiple health care plans has emerged as one of the best means of cutting down the cost of benefits as having been seen with FedEx, which provides multiple health care plans to its employees... Delivering...
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Millennial Benefits
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...BENEFITS Affiliation MILLENNIAL BENEFITS The millennia’s are concerned in developing their careers. An organization with a clear path and skill development program will be of significant benefit and will attract them to the organization (Shea & Joy, 2012). Institutions can achieve this through opportunities such as training, mentoring and professional development that will make them contribute and engage more in the success of the organization (Sellani, 2000). The generation y as well is demanding, and it is no shock they choose such preference as the insurance benefits. The company, therefore, can set aside some money to pay for this employee wants that includes bonus upon completion... MILLENNIAL...
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Reporting Benefits
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...Benefits of accurate report writing Good report writing skills in the law enforcement agency operations are the most important pieces of analytical trade craft. When an investigation analyst does not have well-developed skills to effectively give the results of an analysis, the results of his or her work will be worthless regardless of how timely, important or skillfully produced. In any report writing process, intelligence professionals have a task of satisfying the stylistic requirements of the intelligence as well as the law enforcement communities. The stylistic requirements of the various groups are always driven by the unique needs of those who... Report Writing in Law Enforcement Intelligence...
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Welfare Benefits
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...benefits for spouses and children, which was passed in 1939 and the passing of programs of assistance and insurance for the disabled people in the 1950s. The development of programs in other areas took more of a problem-solving and incremental approach. Hence, the Medicare and Medicaid programs were endorsed in 1965 as a response to specific medical care needs of the elderly in society and the professed insufficiency of medical care under public support (Social Security Bulletin, 2006). The introduction of the Food Stamp program in 1964 and its later extensive growth came as a response to the evidence that there was persistent hunger and malnutrition in some groups within... ?The social welfare program...
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Welfare Benefits
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...benefits for spouses and children, which was passed in 1939 and the passing of programs of assistance and insurance for the disabled people in the 1950s. The development of programs in other areas took more of a problem-solving and incremental approach. Hence, the Medicare and Medicaid programs were endorsed in 1965 as a response to specific medical care needs of the elderly in society and the professed insufficiency of medical care under public support (Social Security Bulletin, 2006). The introduction of the Food Stamp program in 1964 and its later extensive growth came as a response to the evidence that there was persistent hunger and malnutrition in some groups within... The social welfare program...
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Reposition sense in the knee joint in individuals with and without low back pain
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...knee joint in individuals with LBP. However, a number studies investigated the position sense in other peripheral joints and spinal joints are in agreement with the results of the current study (Lam... 4.6 Implications for clinical practice Considering the involvement of the patients [participants] in the experiment’s approach towards conditioning the possibility that LBP and NLBP individuals would have different reactions to the study approach, it has been found that the differences were not that significant enough to note that there are consistent contrast in the repositioning accuracy used among the said participants. However, although there were practical notions from other particular studies that...
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Effects of Repetitive Shortwave Diathermy for Reducing Synovitis in Patients with Knee Osteoarthritis
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...Knee Osteoarthritis: An Ultrasonographic Study Summary The article primarily discusses shortwave (SW) diathermy which can be used to improve vascular circulation and reduce inflammation and pain for patients with osteoarthritis. Yet, reduction in synovial inflammation has never been discovered. That is why the purpose of this study was to examine whether repetitive SW diathermy, using ultrasonography examination, could reduce knee osteoarthritis which is often associated with synovitis, which is an inflammatory process of the surrounding synovium. Methodological approach studies used human as their subject. Data were... Effects of Repetitive Shortwave Diathermy for Reducing Synovitis in Patients With...
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Knee Injury Medical Treatment
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SH: the patient is the first born in a family of three siblings. Lives with the parents and two brothers. She is in college and is a sportswoman has been playing football since elementary schools, it has become her hobby as well as the reason she obtained a scholarship in the college. Her mother is a nurse while the father works as lecturer at a local college.O/E: The patient appears to be in pain (Davies et al. 2011, p.8). The knee appears deformed. The patella bone is visible towards the inner side of the thigh, medial and superiorly to the knee joint. Cannot move the affected leg which have started to swell around the knee joint. She is literary guarding any attempt to touch the aff...
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Health assessment on patient coming to clinic for arthritis in knee// episodic write up
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...knee episodic Mr. P is a man aged 55 years. He is a married man with two children. Mr. P is 175 cm tall weighing 105 kilograms. Chief complaint: Arthritis in knee//episodic. Mr. P. is complaining of swelling and pain in the knee and ankles. History of Present Illness: On 13th October 2012, Mr. P slept and woke up felling pain in toes, figures, joints and knees and ankle. On 10th September, he suffered from diarrhea but never took any medicine. Mr. P has not taken any medicine for the last one month. The pain goes away but comes back after few days. On 13th December, 2012, he developed the pain again and both knees had... Health Assessment Health assessment on patient coming to clinic for arthritis in...
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Degenerative Joint Diseases: Osteoarthritis of the Knee and Cervical Spondylosis Purpose
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...knees) may benefit from a supervised exercise program such as walking. A first line of simple treatment include the use of acetaminophen (Tylenol) which is effective and has less side effects than other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) such as ibuprofen, naproxen, or aspirin. Glucosamine-chondroitin sulfate may be prescribed by the doctor. This medication, when taken over a period of months, may reduce pain and symptoms by restoring or replenishing... Degenerative Joint Diseases: Osteoarthritis of the Knee and Cervical Spondylosis Purpose/Rationale By definition Degenerative Joint Disease is a degeneration or ‘wear and tear’ of articular cartilage usually accompanied by an overgrowth of...
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Reposition sense of the knee joint in individuals with and without low back pain
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...knee joint repositioning sense that is suggested through the report and research handled herein. 3.1 Participants characteristics This study included a total of 32 participants (6 males and 26 females) with a mean age of 29.53 years old, height of 163.94 cm, and weight of 64.69 kg. Participants were divided into two groups LBP comprised of 14 participants, and NLBP comprised of 18 participants. A summary of participants' demographic data is illustrated... III Results In this chapter, the results of testing procedure shall be presented through graphs and tables that pertain to the numbered outcomes of the observation and measurement of the capability of the participants to respond to the knee joint...
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Benefits of Exercise
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...Benefits of exercise on general health Benefits... ?Exercise: How does Exercise Improve you Physically and Mentally and What's the Best Exercise? Introduction Exercise may be defined as physical exertion of the body in which the body is subjected to such levels of physical activity that both physical and mental health are enhanced (Christian, Medical News Today). Different people exercise for different reasons and they are to strengthen the muscles, to optimize functioning of the cardiovascular system, to enhance specific athletic skills, to control weight of the body, for the purpose of fun or to win some sports event and to socialize (Christian, Medical NewsToday). In this essay, the various types of...
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Compensation and other benefits
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...Benefits al Affiliation There are different types of accounting treatment and enclosures for employee compensation and benefits. These include short term, post-employment, long term, and termination benefits. Post-employment employee benefits are into single-employer and multiemployer plans respectively. Accounting for some employee compensation plans is straightforward while for some it is a complex process. Nevertheless, the extent to which disclosure is also varies with the type of compensation plan. This paper, therefore, seeks to examine the account treatments for the various plans in detail. Compensation and Related Benefits There are different types of accounting... Compensation and Other...
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