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Dr. Ann M Achor-Finlaw Dc

3789 Dayton-Xenia Road
Beavercreek OH 45432
937 267-7600
Medical School: Other - Unknown
Accepts Medicare: No
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Participates In PQRS: No
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License #: 2507
NPI: 1194862870
Taxonomy Codes:
111N00000X

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[Garantire la sicurezza alimentare e la qualità nutrizionale]. - Annali di igiene : medicina preventiva e di comunita
Nutrition needs increasingly integration between Food Safety and Nutritional Prevention, duties, in Italy, since I 998 the Food Hygiene and Nutrition services (SIAN) do. Furthermore, working in Evidence Based Prevention (EBP) is necessary to improve the prevention and make it more useful to people health, so it must be used tested efficacy methods, above all in a unsuitable economic and human sources contest. In order to improve the prevention and working in EBP, SIAN have devised and achieved some Nutritional Prevention Projects, interregional, regional and local wide net-working, by using process and efficacy indicators, in some projects also user's satisfaction indicators are used. Project's results will be used to work in EBP ever more in order to improve the prevention and make it repeatable and sustainable to prevent the gradual and constant increase of chronic-degenerative diseases an consequently health costs.
[Assuring food safety and nutritional quality]. - Annali di igiene : medicina preventiva e di comunità
Nutrition needs increasingly integration between Food Safety and Nutritional Prevention, duties, in Italy, since I 998 the Food Hygiene and Nutrition services (SIAN) do. Furthermore, working in Evidence Based Prevention (EBP) is necessary to improve the prevention and make it more useful to people health, so it must be used tested efficacy methods, above all in a unsuitable economic and human sources contest. In order to improve the prevention and working in EBP, SIAN have devised and achieved some Nutritional Prevention Projects, interregional, regional and local wide net-working, by using process and efficacy indicators, in some projects also user's satisfaction indicators are used. Project's results will be used to work in EBP ever more in order to improve the prevention and make it repeatable and sustainable to prevent the gradual and constant increase of chronic-degenerative diseases an consequently health costs.
Visceral leishmaniasis-hepatitis B/C coinfections: a rising necessity to triage patients for treatment. - Annals of Saudi medicine
Visceral leishmaniasis (VL) is a life-threatening infection caused by Leishmania species. In Sudan, VL is caused by L donovani. Most drugs used to treat VL, especially pentavalent antimony compounds (sodium stibogluconate, SSG), are potentially hepatotoxic. A number of fatal catastrophes happened because patients with VL-hepatitis B/C coinfection were indiscriminately treated with SSG in settings where VL and viral hepatitis coexist. This study aimed to study biochemical and hematological parameters of patients with VL-hepatitis B/C coinfections with the aim to modify treatment protocols to reduce coinfection.added morbidity and mortality.This was a prospective analytical, hospital-based, and case-controlled study. The study was done at Kassab Hospital and Professor Elhassan Centre for tropical medicine during the period of February 2008 to April 2013.Following informed consent by the participants, 78 parasitologically confirmed VL patients with either hepatitis B or C or both and 528 sex- and age-unmatched VL patients without hepatitis B/C coinfection (control group) were enrolled sequentially. Diagnosis of hepatitis B or C was made using immunochromatographic test kits and confirmed by an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.VL patients with hepatitis B/C coinfections had significantly increased levels of AST, ALT, and total bilirubin compared to the control group (P=.0001 for all), with significantly decreased levels of albumin and platelets counts (P=.0029 for both).VL-hepatitis B/C coinfections are an emerging entity that needs anti-leishmanial treatment modification. Alternative treatments like paromomycin and amphotericin B (AmBisome) could be reserved for these patients.
Carotid far wall characterization using LBP, Laws' Texture Energy and wall variability: a novel class of Atheromatic systems. - Conference proceedings : ... Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Annual Conference
In this work, we present a Computer Aided Diagnostic (CAD) technique (a class of Atheromatic systems) that classifies the automatically segmented carotid far wall Intima-Media Thickness (IMT) regions along the common carotid artery into symptomatic and asymptomatic classes. We extracted texture features based on Local Binary Patterns (LBP) and Law's Texture Energy (LTE) and used the significant features to train and test the Support Vector Machine classifier. We developed the classifiers using three-fold stratified cross validation data resampling technique on 342 IMT wall regions. An accuracy of 89.5% was registered. Thus, the proposed technique is accurate, robust, non-invasive, fast, objective, and cost-effective, and hence, will add more value to the existing carotid plaque diagnostics protocol.

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