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However, in cases where people were shackled close to each other in institutions and were unable to move to a private location, interviews were conducted in groups or within hearing range of others, with the informed consent of the person. Where the person felt uncomfortable speaking in front of other shackled residents, we did not conduct interviews. In certain cases, persons with disabilities have been assigned pseudonyms and identifying information, such as location or date of interview, has been withheld in order to respect confidentiality and protect them from reprisals from family or from staff in institutions. In a few cases, names of staff members working at mental health institutions or institutions run by faith healers have also been withheld to protect their identity. Mental Health in Indonesia According to the 2013 National Basic Health Riskesdas Survey conducted by the Indonesian Ministry of Health, 17 percent of Indonesians have a disability. Spending on mental health is negligible, which means there is a major and unmet gap in government services. According to the latest available data, Indonesia has 48 mental hospitals across 26 provinces but more than half of these are located across four provinces. Eight provinces do not have any mental hospitals, and three provinces do not have any psychiatrists. Human Rights Watch interview with Sri Idaiani, National Institute of Health Research and Development, Ministry of Health of Republic of Indonesia, Jakarta, November 4, 2014. Hervita Diatri, psychiatrist, member of the National Taskforce on Mental Health and lecturer at the Department of Psychiatry at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Indonesia, Jakarta, October 31, 2014. This leaves much of the country lacking in trained mental health professionals, particularly smaller islands and rural areas. People are compelled to travel to tertiary facilities in provincial capitals to access mental health care as community-based services are scarce and under resourced. As per a ministerial decree regulating primary and community health centers, all centers are supposed to provide mental health services. These provinces are Riau, Banten, North Borneo, Gorontalo, East Nusa Tenggara, West Sulawesi, North Maluku, and West Papua. The government aims to reach universal coverage, making medical care, including mental health care, available to 247 million Indonesians by 2019. Eka Viora, former director of Mental Health, Ministry of Health Indonesia, Jakarta, August 14, 2015. However, despite subsidized or free access consultations, hospitalization and medication, the long distances to travel to a hospital with mental health services are a deterrent and the cost of transportation is prohibitive. Human Rights Watch interviews with at least 25 families and mental health professionals reaffirmed that distance and transport costs were a significant barrier to accessing mental health care. Fathoni, an 85-year-old father of two adult daughters with psychosocial disabilities, living in Brebes, told Human Rights Watch: We have no money to take [my daughter] to the hospital; it makes us scared.
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It also focuses on preparing standard operating procedures and ensuring that everyone is aware of the risks and how to manage them. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise) without the prior written permission of the copyright owner. But if you do follow the guidance you will normally be doing enough to comply with the law. Health and safety inspectors seek to secure compliance with the law and may refer to this guidance as illustrating good practice. This document develops the content of the two earlier books by setting the guidance in the context of the requirements of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1 and the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations. It applies to diagnostic work in patient care areas, such as outpatients departments, intensive therapy or neonatal units and to work by general practitioners at their surgeries. They are of equivalent meaning, and are used where the guidance offers a way of complying with a legal duty, as distinct from recommendations on what constitutes good practice. Safe working and the prevention of infection in clinical laboratories and similar facilities Page 6 of 69 Health and Safety Executive Health and safety law Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 9 the Health and Safety at Work Act 5 places general duties on employers, employees and others. Health and Safety at Work Act key duties Employers must: protect the health and safety of their employees; protect the health and safety of others who might be affected by the way they go about their work (for example, cleaners, visitors or contractors working in the laboratory); prepare a statement of safety policy and the organisation and arrangements for carrying it out (if 5 or more people are employed, this statement must be written down). Employees must: take care of their own health and safety and that of others; co-operate with their employer. If any doubt exists about who is responsible for the health and safety of a worker this could be clarified and included in the terms of a contract. The Approved Code of Practice on the Management Regulations provides further guidance. Safe working and the prevention of infection in clinical laboratories and similar facilities Page 7 of 69 Health and Safety Executive the Management Regulations key duties Employers must: assess risks to staff and others, including visitors, young persons and new and expectant mothers; 6,7 make appropriate health and safety arrangements, which must be written down if five or more people are employed; appoint competent persons to help them comply with health and safety law; establish procedures to deal with imminent danger; co-operate and co-ordinate with other employers and self-employed persons who share the workplace. Employees must: work in accordance with training and instruction given by their employer; report situations which they believe to be unsafe. Schedule 3 to the Regulations has special requirements for work with biological agents. Detailed guidance is provided in Safety representatives and safety committees and A guide to the Health and Safety (Consultation with Employees) Regulations 1996. Arrangements for dealing with infection risks in laboratories are only fully effective if employers closely involve employees and their representatives. Duties to non-employees 15 Under the Health and Safety at Work Act 5, employers have general duties towards people who are not their employees, but who may be affected by their work activities. In a laboratory, these include cleaners, contract staff, patients and others who are not at work. In some cases, employers may owe the same duties towards agency staff under health and safety law as they do towards their own employees. Safe working and the prevention of infection in clinical laboratories and similar facilities Page 9 of 69 Health and Safety Executive 17 People employed by different organisations may share a workplace, or employees of one organisation may work in an area controlled by another. In such cases, the employers involved must co-operate and co-ordinate their activities, to enable everyone to comply with their legal duties. Employers need to ensure that everyone working in the laboratory has sufficient information, instruction and training to work safely. Lone workers 18 There may be situations where staff work alone in the laboratory, particularly outside normal working hours. Although there is no general legal prohibition on working alone, the broad duties of the Health and Safety at Work Act and the Management Regulations apply. The risk assessment will need to determine whether the work can be done safely by a lone worker, and any necessary special control measures. These may include periodic visits to the laboratory by supervisors and providing means of raising the alarm in the event of an emergency. Working alone in safety: Controlling the risks of solitary work provides guidance on working alone safely. This involves assessment of the risks, development of policies, putting arrangements in place to implement those policies and monitoring the way those arrangements work, ie employers must make arrangements to manage health and safety. Action to ensure that adequate precautions are in place is generally delegated down to line managers. The heads of department have a key role in managing health and safety in laboratories.
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Por todo esto, hay resaltar que el tratamiento con corticosteroides topicos requiere control del medico, aplicacion en zonas localizadas poco extensas y seleccionadas, y evitar zonas como la cara, pliegues y genitales, en las que la absorcion y los efectos secundarios locales, pueden tener consecuencias mas graves. En estas zonas tenemos la alternativa de los nuevos inhibidores de la calcineurina como el tacrolimus y el pimecrolimus topicos, con los que obtenemos buenos resultados sin esos efectos adversos. La estrategia se basa en efectuar tratamientos cortos y efectivos, para cambiar lo mas pronto posible a otros tratamientos. La sustancia es un derivado del alquitran, cuya aplicacion produce efectos beneficiosos en la psoriasis. Su ventaja radica en su bajo nivel de absorcion, en su efectividad, en la ausencia de fenomeno de rebote y en que es el tratamiento que produce periodos mas largos de remision. Por el contrario, sus desventajas se basan en que es un producto irritante, que produce dermatitis en las zonas en las que se aplica, que tiene una respuesta lenta (una media de 4 a 5 semanas de tratamiento para obtener resultados) y que cosmeticamente es muy mal aceptado, ya que mancha la piel, la ropa, el mobiliario, etc. Por todo lo anterior, su utilizacion debe reservarse para pacientes motivados y con un buen entorno familiar. Se puede formular en crema y en pomada, la primera se reserva para la aplicacion en cuero cabelludo, ya que aunque es menos efectiva, se puede retirar mediante lavado mucho mas facilmente. La pauta que se utiliza es la denominada terapia de contacto corta, en la que se utilizan concentraciones elevadas de antralina, entre un 1 y un 2%, aplicadas en la zona enferma durante un tiempo corto, aproximadamente una hora, con lo que se consiguen resultados similares a los obtenidos con concentraciones bajas y aplicaciones prolongadas en la piel enferma. Analogos de la vitamina D3 Los analogos de la vitamina D3 han demostrado su efectividad en el tratamiento de la psoriasis, con unos resultados superponibles a los corticosteroides topicos, pero sin los efectos adversos de estos, tanto locales como sistemicos. El problema fundamental que plantean es que su aplicacion continuada puede dar lugar a alteraciones en el metabolismo del calcio, por ese motivo su utilizacion solo esta indicada en adolescentes y no debe sobrepasar la cantidad de 100 g del producto por semana. Los psoralenos tienen efectos secundarios y su utilizacion en ninos esta contraindicada, solo pueden usarse en adolescentes. Asi pues, es un tratamiento largo, que requiere tiempo, por lo que hay que tener en cuenta la perdida de escolarizacion que supone y solo esta indicado para ninos mayores de 8 anos. Acitretina Pertenece al grupo de los retinoides, que son derivados de la vitamina A y tienen una toxicidad elevada. Es un medicamento efectivo para la psoriasis y para otros trastornos de la queratinizacion, como determinadas formas de ictiosis, por este motivo se tiene experiencia con tratamientos prolongados en ninos. El efecto secundario mas preocupante en su utilizacion durante periodos prolongados es la calcificacion de ligamentos, por lo que debe de hacerse un estricto seguimiento del paciente. Tambien puede producir un cuadro de pseudotumor cerebri, por lo que esta contraindicado asociar vitamina A y antibioticos derivados de las tetraciclinas. El medicamento es teratogenico y debe de transcurrir un periodo minimo de dos anos desde que se produce el cese de la toma del medicamento hasta empezar la gestacion, por este motivo la administracion de este farmaco en mujeres adolescentes debe de ser muy justificada. En la psoriasis se administra durante periodos cortos de dos a tres meses para blanquear psoriasis extensas. Metotrexato Este citostatico ha demostrado su utilidad para el control de la psoriasis a dosis bajas. El efecto secundario agudo mas importante es la mielosupresion, por este motivo es necesario efectuar dosis de prueba de la medicacion y monitorizacion cuidadosa del paciente, con controles hematicos periodicos. El efecto adverso cronico mas importante es la hepatotoxicidad, que depende de la dosis acumulativa y requiere para que se produzca la administracion del farmaco durante periodos prolongados, cosa que debe de evitarse, procurando no llegar nunca a una dosis total mayor de 1. La dosis inicial es de 0,2 mg/kg/semana y se aconseja incrementar segun la tolerancia hasta alcanzar 0,7 mg/kg/semana. El tratamiento produce el blanqueamiento de las lesiones en un tiempo medio de 6 a 10 semanas, pudiendose entonces retirar la medicacion progresivamente y efectuar mantenimiento con otras terapias. Tiene una elevada eficacia y una respuesta rapida, ya que en 30-60 dias consigue magnificos resultados. El problema mas importante es la nefrotoxicidad, que requiere un control de la funcion renal, con medicion de la creatinina. Tambien puede producir hipertension arterial, por lo que se requiere control periodico. Ademas, el medicamento presenta numerosas interacciones medicamentosas que deben de ser tenidas en cuenta. Childhood pustular psoriasis elicited by the streptococcal antigen: a case report and review of the literature.
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The overarching goal of the guidelines is to inform and support clinicians (specifcally primary care clinicians, who provide the majority of mental health care in the state) in making treatment decisions that are safe and evidence-based, and that maximize beneft and minimize harm to patients. In addition, a section on treating mood disorders in pregnancy was added to help clinicians who often face practice challenges in deciding how best to treat women with psychotherapeutic medications during pregnancy because the evidence to guide decision making is often contradictory and/or limited. The 2015 Florida Expert Panel met in Tampa, Florida on September 25-26, 2015 to review and update the adult guidelines last published in 2013. For each disorder, a psychiatrist who is a nationally recognized content expert reviewed the scientifc literature on treatment and made suggestions to the panel on revising the guidelines based on the state of the scientifc evidence. The panel then discussed the guidelines and proposed revisions, and reached a consensus about whether to revise and adopt a particular set of guideline recommendations. A description of the guideline process and assignment of levels of recommendations was recently published1 and are adapted here to explain the basis for each Level: n Level 1 is initial treatment for which there is established efficacy and relative safety for the treatment recommendations (based on replicated, large randomized controlled trials). It should be noted that the levels are not algorithms in which specifc treatment decisions are mandatory. Instead, the use of the adult guidelines should take into account the individuality of the patient and presenting symptoms. The inevitable changes in the state of scientifc information and technology mandate that periodic review, updating, and revisions will be needed. These guidelines may not apply to all patients; therefore, each guideline must be adapted and tailored to the individual patient. Clinicians should use rating scales to assess symptom severity during the initial evaluation/treatment, when medication changes are implemented, and/or when the patient reports a change in symptoms. Internet links to the following scales are available on the program website F If inadequate response, follow with systematic trial of monotherapy with one or more other antipsychotics at adequate dose and duration. F If inadequate response, follow with a trial of clozapine or a long-acting antipsychotic. F Repeated assessment of efcacy using reliably defned treatment targets (use standard rating scales. F Standard protocols customized to individual vulnerabilities/needs and specifc agent. Consider psychiatric consultation, if possible, prior to psychotherapeutic treatment. Longer-term efcacy data is limited for the following: divalproex monotherapy, carbamazepine (drug interaction risk), antidepressants, electroconvulsive therapy (inconvenience/expense). The 2015 iteration of the Florida Best Practice Psychotherapeutic Medication Guidelines for Adults (6th update) is a critical component of decision support that attempts to narrow the foregoing gap in health outcomes by fostering precision and consistency, as well as the appropriate selection and sequencing of treatments throughout each stage of the illness. Notwithstanding, there has been robust and accumulating evidence for greater attention given to clinical aspects of chronobiology, metabolic and physical health aspects, cognitive dysfunction, as well as premature mortality in this population. The timeliness of accurate diagnosis is underscored by convergent evidence in support of an integrated conceptual pathogenic framework indicating that bipolar disorder has both neurodevelopmental as well as neurodegenerative aspects. In 2015, the American Heart Association consensus statement identifed bipolar disorder (and major depressive disorder) as a Tier 2 risk factor for cardiovascular disease and accelerated atherosclerotic illness. The integrated care of bipolar disorder warrants systematic and routine screening for traditional and emerging risk factors for cardiovascular disease. The scientifc evidence is compelling that lithium and divalproex, as well as atypical agents ofer therapeutic beneft in mania. So far, no studies have primarily enrolled individuals meeting criteria for mania with mixed features specifer.
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