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Other women often have no way to manage the thyroid hormones in their livers unless their physicians have prescribed them a highly costly liver enzyme medication, Tri-Lunesta. But, taking the medication is just the first step; then, the woman must go to a doctor to have her hormone levels monitored – a process that can take up to six months.
The womens’ call for a less expensive, more predictable, and easier way to take thyroid medication has led to the development of technologies such as the one invented by Carole Evans at the University of Pennsylvania. Based on light signals, a “slippery, mechanical” probe called SplinSkin, and a scanning needle that can sense hormones in the back of the neck, the device detects minute changes in the body’s hormone levels. The results appear on a computer screen on which a doctor can view the woman’s thyroid levels and make adjustments to her thyroid medication. Women with this device on their belt or in their pockets can take their medication with less interference.
Most current technologies to get women on medication are based on a complex chemistry or biochemistry, Ms. Evans says, and either require a doctor’s appointment or a medical setting.
Another new low-cost technology was developed by a team of researchers at the Whitehall Laboratories in New Jersey. By analyzing women’s telephone calls, the researchers developed a system to determine whether the women had any chronic conditions. This system is the first to predict a woman’s risk for diabetes, breast or ovarian cancer, and cardiovascular disease, for example. Using an average of about 200 telephone calls per week, the researchers were able to discover very precise risk indicators, such as eating fish, red meat, or drinking a glass of wine. “We can monitor women’s risk behavior,” says Steve Petersen, the project lead and principal investigator, “and that cannot be done any other way.” However, the system costs about
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A structure or design product system which will change or modi.fy an indoor or outdoor environment. For the purposes of this initiative, the LEA will utilize profes.ional technological systems to provide the designed space with enhanced task-related facilitative uses.. Proffesionalfitility includes the architectural, mechanical, and interior design of a space. The main functions include interior space design, equipment. efecti ve engineering, and technical delivery. The design of interior space is the fundamental task of every architect, engineer, and interior designer. The purpose of a health care acti vity. :, c:iâ€¢t.
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cencil, or other person authorized to make certification. A “pass” on this test may be made by a successful completion of (weeks of practice in the model, the name of the DEA, as a professional, and/or the DEA’s documentation documenting its installation and operation in this field. A “fail” on this test may be made by a subiective completion of or by a demonstration of tha inability to install and operate the model.
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