Hospital de Cereté will continue to be intervened by the Superintendency of Health

The improvements in infrastructure, the recovery of the portfolio and the opening of services are three of the objectives set by the health authorities in front of the Sandiego de Cereté Hospital, which will continue to be operated for another year.

The Health Superintendent, Fabio Aristizábal Ángel stated that “the intervention ordered at the Sandiego de Cereté Hospital was extended for one year in order to continue working to guarantee the quality and timeliness of the provision of health services and continue with the implementation of the necessary measures to solve financial, legal, administrative and welfare difficulties ”.

It was learned that during this extension, the intervening agent Sandra Milena Jaramillo, will have to work on investment projects, adaptation and remodeling of the infrastructure of the hospital pharmacy, the surgical area and the sterilization center.

“Progress will be made in the works of the San Carlos Emergency Medical Care Center and in the neonatal ICU project to be able to care for high-risk maternal mothers. The hospital already has a 24-hour gynecologist, an intermediate ICU and a pediatric service. The accounting purification process will continue and the work on financial consolidation and portfolio recovery actions will continue, ”explained Aristizábal Ángel.

The authorities highlighted that the institution has been strengthened to care for patients infected by COVID-19, and went from not having ICU beds to having 12, plus another two for intermediate care.

The senior official explained that “due to the management of the special intervening agent, the hospital opened a new respiratory emergency area that operates 24 hours a day and has an office, resuscitation room, 5 observation beds and 8 cubicles for defining behavior.” .

According to the report submitted, the hospital keeps the salaries paid to the personnel up to date and the contributions to social security, parafiscals and the payment to contractors have been met.

“Added to the above is the investment of $ 38 million for the provision of respiratory emergencies, the 7.5% increase in billing during the first quarter of 2020, the restoration of 50 hospital beds, the preventive and corrective maintenance of medical equipment and the automation of sterilization ”, specified the Super Salud.

It is also expected that the installation of a tomograph will be carried out and the completion of the infrastructure works in the admission area.

It should be remembered that due to the critical situation of its finances, and the deficiencies in the provision of services to its users, the hospital was intervened on December 20, 2019.

At that time, there were labor debts with plant workers, contractors, job boards and outsourcing for 11,552 million pesos. Regarding the health services, the authorities revealed that the medical equipment was not maintained, some treatments were started late because medicines were lacking, there were supplies with past expiration dates and there was no regular disinfection in the facilities.

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Pandemic Atmosphere, Pregnant Women Are Asked to Keep Checking on Gynecology & Comply with Health Protocols

Merdeka.com – Pregnant women are one of the groups who must always maintain their health to avoid exposure to the Covid-19 virus. Apart from being obliged to always implement health protocols, pregnant women are asked to routinely check their health and control their condition and the fetus.

“We can control to the doctor by face to face or telemedicine. For face to face we can do it in the first trimester at 11 to 13 weeks of pregnancy. Because the ultrasound needs at 11 (to) 13 weeks of gestation first for determining the gestational age, then for determine the location of her pregnancy, “said Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist dr. Andri Welly, in a virtual discussion broadcast live via IGTV lawancovid10_id, Sunday (18/10).

Not only maintaining their own health, it is also important for pregnant women to ensure the condition of the people around them. A healthy environment will have a positive impact on the health of these pregnant women.

“Now that’s 3M, keeping a distance from the surrounding environment, then using a mask, washing hands. Then for the nutrition of pregnant women themselves eat nutritious food, can do sports during pregnancy because exercise during pregnancy is allowed,” he explained.

Andri also said that the period of pregnancy does bring changes to the condition of the body for the mother. Therefore, if a pregnant woman is infected with Covid-19, her condition will be heavier than when she was not pregnant.

“Basically, the condition of pregnancy is that there is a change in the respiratory / respiratory system, the heart system in pregnant women who are experiencing pregnancy. So for pregnant women, they can better maintain their health. Maintain the conditions for a good pregnancy in the future. “If a pregnant woman is infected with Covid-19, her condition will be even more severe,” he explained.

Reporter magang: Maria Brigitta Jennifer [lia]

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On video | Van Damme: 60 years of life, martial arts and excesses

The image of the Belgian actor Jean-Claude Van Damme performing a split (lateral opening of the legs) on any surface became a great reference in action cinema and martial arts. Its elasticity allowed him to create fantastic blows such as the flying kick with 360 ° rotation or helicopter kick, in which he mixed techniques of karate and classical ballet, something that aroused the interest of fans of this type of martial choreography.

In order to achieve world recognition, he had to migrate to the United States in 1982 with the illusion of venturing into Hollywood cinema. While that was happening, he made a living as a taxi driver, pizza delivery man, carpet installer, security guard and sparring partner for Chuck Norris, another action movie great.

His first role was as an extra in the 1984 film Missing in Action (known in Colombia as Prisoner of War), thanks to a recommendation from Norris. Two years later he begins to emerge after becoming the antagonist of the film Never Back Down, Never Surrender.

His first leading role was in the film Bloody Contact (1988), a tribute to Frank Dux, the greatest exponent of martial arts in Canada and the United States.

That movie co-starred Bolo Yeung, a Chinese bodybuilder also skilled in karate-do and kung fu. Bolo was a great friend of Bruce Lee and his success in the cinema is also due to Jean Claude Vandamme, with whom he still maintains a good friendship.

Among his most remembered films are: Kickboxer, Lawless Fighting Lion, Double Impact, Universal Soldier and The Colony.

Jean-Claude Camille François Van Varenberg (his first name) celebrates 60 years of life today. He knows very well what it is like to reach the top, but also due to his excesses of liquor, hallucinogens and women, he headed towards a dark alley from which it is difficult to escape. “He spent up to $ 10,000 a week on cocaine,” said Steven De Souza, director of the film version of the video game Street Fighter, which Van Damme starred in in 1994.

For others, especially people of the new generations, the image of Van Damme is only referenced in their conversations on WhatsApp and social networks as a meme, a funny character who dances in a very peculiar way in a scene from Kickboxer, while drinking in a canteen.

Beyond that, in his film career he had to defeat great rivals like Tong Po in Kickboxer, but he also found great allies such as basketball star Dennis Rodman, his fellow adventurer in The Colony.

His name is still valid as an actor, producer and director. In this last aspect, he has stood out for films such as The Quest or Full love. Another successful film in which Jean Claude Van Damme starred is The Indestructibles 2 (2012), in which he is the main villain. A constellation of stars from the action movies led by Sylvester Stallone participates in this film. They are followed by: Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren, Chuck Norris, Terry Crews, Randy Couture, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Liam Hemsworth.

Julio Lara, teacher, critic and public educator, pointed out that Van Dame is a reference of the great exponents of martial arts in the film industry, and although he is not at the height of Bruce Lee or Yuen Woo-Ping, he remains in the Top 10.

“The first reference I had of him was from the movie Bloody Contact, from there I began to notice that his career coincided with certain directors who suddenly sowed some kind of seed in Hollywood. A memorable film in his career is Universal Soldier, which marks the debut of German director Roland Emmerich, who later made Independence Day, Godzila, The Day After Tomorrow, among others ”.

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VIDEOGRAPHIC: Corona Virus Transmission on Airplanes is Very Low When Using a Mask

Merdeka.com – According to the results of research by the US Department of Defense released on Thursday (15/10), the risk of transmitting the coronavirus in flight is very low. It is estimated that to reach the dose of transmission, a passenger would need to fly 54 hours on a plane with a person who has contracted the coronavirus.

When passengers are seated wearing masks, on average 0.003 percent of airborne particles in the respiratory zone around a person’s head can be transmitted, even when every seat is filled. Testing assumed only one person was infected on board and did not simulate the effects of passenger movement around the cabin. [nyd]

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“This increases the risk of transmission by contact compared to the flu”

The new coronavirus survives on human skin five times longer than an influenza virus, 9 hours versus 1.8 hours, according to the study published in the scientific journal Clinical Infectious Diseases Journal. “The 9 hour lifespan of SARS-CoV-2 on human skin increases the risk of transmission by contact with respect to the influenza virus, accelerating the pandemic”, state the Japanese researchers.

They studied the resistance of the virus on the skin of recently deceased people.

Both the coronavirus and the flu virus are “deactivated” within 15 seconds when using ethanol, contained in hand gels. The longer the new coronavirus stays on the skin, the greater the risk of spreading, the researchers point out. “Hand hygiene can reduce this risk,” they add.

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Joaquín Pardo, legend of Junior and Atlantic football, dies

Joaquín Pardo, a legendary former Barranquilla player from the Rebolo neighborhood, who passed through Junior in two cycles, from 1966 to 1970 and from 1971 to 1972, passed away this Friday.

The former soccer player was born on February 28, 1946 and his love for soccer was seen from an early age.

Pardo also played for Atlético Rebolo, Deportes Tolima, and Deportivo Pereira.

In addition, he played in the Colombian National Team that participated in the 1965 Eliminatory, in the 1968 pre-Olympic tournament and also in the Olympic Games that year.

Pardo played 142 games with Junior and scored 14 goals.

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‘Benito’ from ‘Pasión de Gavilanes’ is in serious health due to Covid-19

Giovanni Suárez, the actor who plays ‘Benito’ in ‘Pasión de Gavilanes’, let the program ‘I know everything’ know that he is “very ill” due to the coronavirus.

In short, the actor’s state of health is complicated and he reaffirmed it after videos published on his Instagram, where he let his followers know how he is.

Giovanni also pointed out that he felt “very weak” due to Covid-19 and that at that time he was going to be admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). For the same reason, ‘Benito’ asked that they pray for his health. “They are going to put me in the ICU, I am completely incommunicado; I ask my fans, my friends, those who love me to please put me in their prayer chains, so that the Lord can take me out of it ”, expressed Giovanni Suárez.

. Also, in the publication made, he added that: “I am not saturating anything.”

In the recordings, the ‘Pasión de gavilanes’ actor included a thank you to those who have been watching him.

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Wearing the uniform of the National Police General at the trial, Brigadier General Prasetijo was rebuked by the judge

Merdeka.com – District Court Judges Jakarta Timur reprimanded the defendant in the fake passport case, Brigadier General or Police Brigadier General Prasetijo Utomo for wearing police uniforms when reading the indictment.

This was conveyed by Chairman of the Panel of Judges Muhammad Sirad during the inaugural trial of the road document case at the East Jakarta District Court, Tuesday (13/10).

“You are in clothes that do not hold your position, because Indonesian citizens have the same position in the law, so that in the next trial you are expected to dress like the others,” said Sirad admonishing Prasetijo during the trial.

Even though the trial was held virtually and the person concerned did not appear in the courtroom directly. The Panel of Judges still tolerated Police Brigadier General Prasetijo Utomo who attended the trial wearing police official clothes.

“Today is given tolerance. Hopefully the next day our conference brothers in clothes that are not with the department, department clothes,” said Sirad.

Previously, the defendants Djoko Tjandra, Anita Kolopaking and Brigadier General Prasetijo Utomo were presented online at the trial which was held at the East Jakarta District Court. The trial of this fake passport case was held separately.

“The defendant Joko Soegiarto Tjandra alias Joko Soegiarto alias Joe Chan bin Tjandra Kusuma together with Anita Dewi A Kolopaking and Brigadier General Prasetijo Utomo have committed, ordered to commit and participate in several acts that must be seen as continuing, making false letters or falsifying letters. which can give rise to something right, “said public prosecutor (JPU) Yeni Trimulyani in reading the indictment, at the East Jakarta District Court, Tuesday (13/10).

The three defendants are charged with violating Article 263 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code juncto Article 55 paragraph 1 of the 1st Criminal Code juncto Article 64 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code and Article 263 paragraph 2 of the Criminal Code juncto Article 64 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code.

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Was offered Rp. 3 billion, Inspector General Bonaparte asked for Rp. 7 billion to delete Djoko Tjandra’s Red Notice

Merdeka.com – The Bareskrim Polri legal team answered the argument of the petition submitted by Napoleon Bonaparte in the pretrial proceeding trial that took place at the District Court Jakarta South, Tuesday (29/9).

At this trial, the Bareskrim Polri legal team said that Napoleon, who at that time served as the Head of Police Hubinter Division, had agreed to an agreement worth IDR 7 billion to remove Djoko Tjandra’s red notice on April 13, 2020.

They continued that the agreement occurred between Napoleon Bonaparte and Tommy Sumardi, who was also a suspect of gratification in the removal of red notice Djoko Tjandra. This fact is known over Police do research.

It should be noted that in the agreement, the initial value of the money offered was Rp 3 billion. However, this figure was canceled so the agreement met at Rp. 7 billion.

“The fact of the Petitioner’s actions is that after a meeting of an agreement about the amount that was originally Rp. 3 billion, which was finally agreed upon to be Rp. 7 billion,” answered the legal team of the Police Criminal Investigation Unit.

They continued, the Rp7 billion worth of money was given in US Dollar and Singapore Dollar denominations gradually. Furthermore, the Bareskrim Polri camp stated that it had adjusted a number of quality evidence such as witness testimony, as well as other documentary evidence.

“CCTV evidence clearly saw that the money was handed over to the applicant. The handover of the money has implications for making decisions that are more favorable to the bribe giver,” said the Bareskrim Polri legal team in a pretrial hearing at the South Jakarta District Court, Tuesday (29/9).

Thus, the Bareskrim Polri legal team asked the judge to reject all the arguments put forward by Napoleon as the petitioner. Not only that, the defendant also did not answer one by one the petitions read out at the previous trial.

“That the respondent firmly rejects all the arguments for the pre-trial petition submitted by the petitioner, except for those that have been expressly acknowledged by the respondent,” they replied.

Call No Evidence of Bribery

At the previous hearing which was held on Monday (28/9), the Napoleon Bonaparte camp read out a petition letter before the panel of judges. They considered that Bareskrim Polri as the defendant did not have proof of receiving a bribe against his client.

“The Petitioner also believes that until now investigators do not have evidence of bribery as is suspected in the criminal articles listed in the investigation warrant,” said Napoleon’s attorney, Putri Maya Rumanti, reading out the petition.

Putri added that a lawsuit was also filed so that the status of the suspect who abused his client could be tested in a pretrial hearing. Tal was only that, he said that Napoleon did not accept bribes or money from a number of parties in the case.

“The Petitioners have never received bribes or promises of any kind related to red notice on behalf of Djoko S Tjandra,” he continued.

Putri continued, before entering the investigation stage, the Police as the defendant was said to not have sufficient evidence to charge the suspect as stipulated in Article 184 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Procedure Code.

The pretrial lawsuit was filed by Napoleon on September 2, 2020. The South Jakarta District Court had previously scheduled an inaugural hearing on Monday (21/7/2020).

In the case of alleged gratification related to the removal of red notice Djoko Tjandra, so far the investigators from the Directorate of Criminal and Criminal Investigation have named four suspects. The four suspects, namely, former Head of Police Hubinter Head of Police Inspector General of Police, Napoleon Bonaparte, Kakorwas PPNS Bareskrim Polri Brigadier General Pol Prasetijo Utomo, Djoko Tjandra and Tommy Sumardi.

Investigators have named Djoko Tjandra and Tommy as suspects who gave gratuities or bribes. Meanwhile, Napoleon and Prastijo were named as suspects who received bribes.

In the disclosure of the case, the investigators had confiscated a number of evidences. Some of the pieces of evidence that were confiscated were USD 20 thousand, documents, cellphones, laptops and CCTV.

Meanwhile, the investigators themselves plan to hand over the case files to the Indonesian Attorney General’s Office in the near future.

After previously the Attorney General’s Office returned the case file to investigators because it was deemed incomplete or P19.

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More than 60 percent of patients die in Aceh due to comorbidities

Corona illustration. © 2020 Merdeka.com/shutterstock

Merdeka.com – Deputy Director of Regional General Hospital dr. Zainoel Abidin (RSUDZA) Banda Aceh, Endang Mutiawati said, more than 60 percent of Covid-19 patients who died in Aceh were due to comorbid diseases.

Based on data as of September 14 last week there were 91 Covid-19 patients who died from comorbidities. Until Tuesday (23/9) yesterday the death rate due to the corona virus was recorded at 142 people. This means that only 51 people died because they had contracted Covid-19.

“Most of the Covid-19 Aceh patients who died were due to other diseases. Well, this Covid can exacerbate the disease experienced by previous patients,” said Endang in Banda Aceh, Wednesday (23/9).

Comorbidity and comorbid means comorbidities, a medical term that describes the condition that there is another disease being experienced apart from the main disease. Endang said, several comorbidities that often cause death in Covid-19 patients include diabetes, hypertension and kidney failure.

“Complementary diseases worsen the clinical course of Covid-19, especially if the comorbid factors are not well controlled,” said Endang.

When viewed from the perspective of age, the patient died of comorbidities and was exacerbated by exposure to Covid-19 who was elderly. A total of 69 patients who died were even over 50 years old. Meanwhile, the two people who died were still in their teens.

“The explosion of comorbid patients who died and were recorded as Covid patients occurred in August and September. In August there were 47 cases and from September to 14 recorded 33 cases,” said Endang.

Most patients came from Banda Aceh, namely 33 people and Aceh Besar 22 people. Meanwhile, Pidie Jaya, Sabang and Aceh Tamiang were the regions with the lowest cases, namely 1 patient.

The central government itself plans to make a classification of reporting cases of Covid-19 patient deaths. The classification is related to death due to Covid-19 or death due to comorbidities (comorbid).

Endang said, this was as conveyed by the Expert Staff of the Minister of Health for Health Economics, M. Subuh. He said there needed to be an intervention regarding the operational definition of the death of Covid-19 patients.

“We must intervene to reduce the mortality rate by making a correct operational definition, dying from Covid-19 or because of comorbidities in accordance with WHO guidelines, and also BPJS Health support in filing claims for the cost of death for patients accompanied by Covid-19,” said Endang.

Endang said, the classification for data collection of patients who died because of Covid-19 or its comorbids, must be done carefully and approach the facts.

Moreover, the World Health Organization or WHO has provided guidelines for the classification of data on covid-19 deaths in two groups, namely deaths with Covid-19 accompanied by comorbids or death cause due to Covid-19.l, and deaths due to Covid-19 or death with Covid-19.

“If the guidelines are used, then patients who die because of being infected with Covid-19 in Aceh will drastically decrease,” said Endang.

Even so, Endang emphasized that all health workers in Aceh have worked as much as possible in carrying out healing steps for the community, both those who were exposed to Covid and those who were exposed to Covid but had comorbidities.

“Therefore, we hope to all elements of society to provide support by taking preventive steps as recommended by the government,” said Endang. (mdk/gil)

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