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Faster Cancer Treatment Ministry of Health NZ

What is the Faster cancer treatment 62-day target? The new target covers patients referred when there is a high suspicion of cancer and the hospital doctor receiving the referral believes there is a need for an appointment within two weeks. DHBs are expected to meet the target for 85 percent of patients by July 2016 and for 90 percent of

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URL: https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/cancer/previous-cancer-initiatives/faster-cancer-treatment

Conservative Treatment

Conservative treatment includes medical, emotional, social, spiritual and practical care for both the person with kidney failure and their family/whanau. Although many people who choose conservative treatment are elderly, old age is not the only reason to choose this option.

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Cancer Ministry of Health NZ

Cancer. New Zealanders expect to receive high-quality, timely cancer treatment regardless of who they are and where they live. In December 2019 Te Aho o Te Kahu, the Cancer Control Agency was established to provide strong national leadership for, and oversight of, cancer control in Aotearoa, New Zealand. The cancer programme previously led by

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Gonorrhoea Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment. Gonorrhoea is treatable. You will need to take a course of antibiotics, which you must complete. You need to wait seven days after finishing your course of antibiotics before having sex. If you don't get treated, gonorrhoea can cause serious and permanent health problems in both men and women, including: Pelvic inflammatory disease

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Drinking-Water Guidelines

Conventional treatment (coagulation, sedimentation and sand filtration), as illustrated in Figure 13.1, has several distinct stages. A coagulant is added to neutralise the natural electrical charges on the colloidal particles that prevent them from agglomerating, and is rapidly mixed into the water to be treated.

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Yersiniosis Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment. Yersiniosis is not usually serious and most people recover quickly. Anyone with diarrhoea should drink extra fluids to avoid dehydration. Children with diarrhoea, who vomit or who refuse extra fluids should see a doctor. Anyone with prolonged or severe diarrhoea, or who has symptoms causing concern should see a doctor.

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What’s new in Interventions and Treatment for …

poorer treatment outcomes and physical and mental health problems if an anxiety disorder is present at the commencement of treatment [25] poorer treatment outcomes and greater use of health services and higher levels of functional impairment if bulimia nervosa is present at the commencement of treatment [26]. Treatment. Pharmacotherapy

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Drinking-Water Guidelines

Treatment to produce a monochloramine residual poses the risk of nitrite formation in the distribution system, especially in low-flow stagnant areas, because bacteria on surfaces and in deposits may nitrify any slight excess of ammonia (WHO 2004b).

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Irritable bowel syndrome Ministry of Health NZ

Irritable bowel syndrome. If you suffer from an upset stomach regularly, you may have irritable bowel syndrome – a condition which causes bloating, abdominal pain and alternating constipation and diarrhoea. Many people suffer from irritable bowel syndrome at some point. While it’s very unpleasant, it doesn’t cause any lasting damage.

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Melanoma Ministry of Health NZ

Melanoma. Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer. It can spread rapidly and can be life-threatening if left untreated. Accurate and up-to-date information on Melanoma including risk factors, signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatment can be found on …

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Genital herpes Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment. The main treatment for severe genital herpes is an antiviral drug. While this drug will help to reduce the number of outbreaks you may have, and speed up the healing process, it will not get rid of the virus. The treatment may be used in two ways: to treat herpes outbreaks as they happen; to prevent or reduce herpes recurrences

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Application for extension of compulsory treatment order

TREATMENT ORDER BY AUDIOVISUAL LINK (1) This section applies to an application under section 34 or 34A for the extension of a community treatment order. (2) A District Court Judge may use an audiovisual link to examine a patient for the purposes of the application if the patient consents to the use of the audiovisual link.

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Treatment options for Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

transplant is a treatment not a cure for kidney disease. CONSERVATIVE TREATMENT Some people decide to have ‘conservative’ treatment (also called, palliative or supportive care) rather than have dialysis or a transplant. The aim of conservative treatment is to manage the symptoms of kidney failure without using dialysis or transplantation.

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Conjunctivitis Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment When to see your doctor. If you think you have conjunctivitis, see your doctor. You may need antibiotics if you have an infection, or antihistamines if you have allergic conjunctivitis. Call Healthline 0800 611 116 if you are unsure what you should do. Self-care for infected conjunctivitis

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Allergies Ministry of Health NZ

The treatment phase can last up to 6 months, followed by a maintenance phase for 2–3 years or longer. Epi-pen emergency kits may be prescribed by your doctor for severe reactions. The epi-pen is a ready-to-use syringe of adrenaline, which is essentially designed to keep you alive until you get to hospital.

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The Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment

Mental health and human rights – an assessment. As part of the Disability Action Plan 2014–2018, the Ministry was asked to explore how the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 1992 relates to the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 and the Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities. Read more.

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Bleeding from the anus Ministry of Health NZ

Blood mixed into the bowel movement usually means trouble further up from the anus: it may indicate an inflamed rectum or colon (large intestine or bowel). This type of bleeding can be caused by a serious condition, and you may have other symptoms as well. Other symptoms: sharp anal pain. mucus and pus in the bowel motions.

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Treatment Options for Small Drinking-water Supplies

Treatment Options for Small Drinking-water Supplies 3 Minimisation, Removal and Inactivation There are three key principles of water treatment for microbiological safety. The first principle of water management is minimisation. Minimisation means selecting and managing a water source to reduce the risk of contaminants entering the supply.

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Typhoid Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment. Typhoid fever is treated with antibiotics. If diagnosed and treated early, the infection is likely to be mild and can be treated at home with antibiotic tablets. More serious cases usually require hospital treatment. If untreated, the illness can have serious complications, including death in …

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Escherichia coli (E. coli) Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment for E. coli depends on how serious the illness is. If you are not very sick, keep drinking lots of fluids. If you are not very sick, keep drinking lots of fluids. If you have diarrhoea that is severe or has blood in it, or if you have a high fever with your diarrhoea, you should see your doctor.

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Guidelines to the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and

6.5 Leave during the assessment and treatment process 63 6.6 Section 14: Certificate of final assessment 64 6.7 Section 16: Review by a judge 65 7 Part 2: Compulsory treatment orders 67 7.1 Scope of a community treatment order 69 7.2 Residence requirements under community treatment orders 70 7.3 Terms of a community treatment order 71

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About the Mental Health Act Ministry of Health NZ

About the act. The Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 1992 (the Mental Health Act) provides a legal framework for those who require compulsory psychiatric assessment and treatment for people experiencing a mental illness.. The Mental Health Act defines the rights of patients and proposed patients to provide protection for those rights, and generally to reform and

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Glaucoma Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment. Treatment for glaucoma aims to reduce the pressure inside your eye and can include: medicated eye drops; laser treatment, where a laser is used to remove blockages in the eye’s drainage channels; surgery to create a new channel to allow fluid to drain.

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Macular degeneration Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment. Your optometrist or ophthalmologist may be able to offer some treatment, but the best way to prevent further deterioration is to: maintain a healthy lifestyle, including eating lots of green vegetables and fish; stop smoking; have regular eye examinations. Some dietary supplements are thought to help slow the progression of macular

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Guidelines to the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and

Compulsory treatment should be confined to those who meet the two-limb criteria of mental disorder as defined by the Act, so that it does not include a disagreement with the State. This is the rationale for section 4(c) of the Act, which excludes criminal or delinquent behaviour. Conflicts of these types between the individual and society are

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COVID-19: Advice for all health professionals Ministry

The National Telehealth Service provides a COVID-19 clinical advice line for community health providers (including primary care, pharmacy, midwives, aged residential care providers, and home and community health care professionals). The service offers clinical support and advice 8am – 8pm every day, including weekends and public holidays.

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COVID-19: How to book your vaccination Ministry of Health NZ

Book by phone. If you’d prefer to book by phone you can call the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26. All calls are free and the team are available from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week. Translation services are available in over 40 languages …

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Excision of synostosis Ministry of Health NZ

Response. The procedure was described as ‘excision of accessory ossification from the radius and ulna’, and so the codes to assign are 48406-03 [1426] Ostectomy of radius and 48406-05 [1426] Ostectomy of ulna. Note that the documented accessory ossification is not the same thing as …

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Cellulitis Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment. Cellulitis is a serious infection that needs to be treated with antibiotics. Go to the doctor if the infected area is painful or bigger than a 10 cent piece. Go to the doctor immediately if cellulitis is near an eye as this can be very serious.

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Treatment Options for Small Drinking-water Supplies

Treatment Options for Small Drinking-water Supplies provides information about the supply of safe drinking-water to small water supplies serving fewer than 5000 people. Untreated water can be a major health risk as it can contain harmful chemicals, protozoa, bacteria and viruses.

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Hypertension and Pre-eclampsia

Diagnosis and Treatment of Hypertension and Pre-eclampsia in Pregnancy in New ealand: 1 A clinical practice guideline Scope and purpose of the guideline Purpose The purpose of this guideline is to provide an evidence-based summary of best practice in screening, diagnosing and treating hypertension and pre-eclampsia in pregnancy.

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Your rights under the Substance Addiction (Compulsory

How long compulsory assessment and treatment can be applied. The Act can be applied for up to 56 days, and may be extended for a further 56 days, if you meet the criteria for compulsory treatment in the Act. Your right to refuse medication or treatment. You must accept medication or treatment given to you even if your consent has not been given.

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Mental Health Act forms Ministry of Health NZ

Application for compulsory treatment order. Section 14(4) (PDF, 22KB) Report form for Second Health Professional. Section 16(4) (PDF, 70 KB) Notice to patient subject to a community treatment order directing change to inpatient status under section 29(3)(a) or re-assessment under section 29(3)(b) (PDF, 22 KB) Leave of absence for inpatient.

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Human Rights and the Mental Health (Compulsory …

Taking the least restrictive approach to a person ’s treatment and care by minimising the use of compulsory treatment and coercive practice is also consistent with both rights-based and recovery approaches to providing mental health services. In addition, it is an implied purpose of the Mental Health Act. We explain it in more detail in this

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COVID-19: Wastewater testing Ministry of Health NZ

How wastewater testing is being used. Wastewater testing is being used as an extra tool to help monitor for COVID-19 in Aotearoa New Zealand. It is being used as a surveillance tool alongside testing of symptomatic people in the community and asymptomatic testing of workers at the border and in managed isolation and quarantine facilities.

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Iron overload (haemochromatosis) Ministry of Health NZ

Iron overload can be treated, and the treatment works well to prevent complications. Symptoms. Some people with iron overload (haemochromatosis) never have symptoms. Early iron overload signs and symptoms can be confused with other common conditions, so many people with iron overload aren’t diagnosed right away.

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TREATING A SORE THROAT WITH A SINGLE PENICILLIN …

Dear You have agreed that you/your child will have a single antibiotic injection to treat your/their sore throat. Today, the following antibiotic injection was given:

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COVID-19 Science Updates

treatment, while UK NICE does not recommend vitamin D as a single agent to prevent or treat COVID-19, and the Australian National COVID-19 Clinical Evidence Taskforce states it should only be used in research settings. There are other reasons to promote Vitamin D for overall health but not specifically for COVID-19 treatment.

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Water Safety Plan Guide: Treatment Processes – Dissolved

Treatment Processes – Dissolved Air Flotation. Version 1, January 2014. Ref P5.2. Water Safety Plan Guide:iii. Version 1, January 2014. Treatment Processes – Dissolved Air Flotation. Ref P5.2. Water Safety Plan Guide:9. Version 1, January 2014. Treatment Processes – Dissolved Air Flotation

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Long COVID Ministry of Health NZ

For support with management and treatment of long COVID symptoms, people should seek the help of their GP or healthcare team, particularly if new symptoms arise or symptoms worsen. People can also free call or text 1737 anytime of the day or night to speak with a trained counsellor.

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Panic attacks and panic disorder Ministry of Health NZ

Panic attacks and panic disorder. A person with panic disorder has panic attacks, which are intense feelings of anxiety and the kind of physical symptoms you would have if you were in great danger. During a panic attack, you can feel like you’ve lost control of your body and emotions. You may feel sick, dizzy and short of breath.

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Genital warts (HPV) Ministry of Health NZ

Treatment is optional as most genital warts will clear up over time, but they can be uncomfortable and unsightly. The range of treatments available that work well include cryotherapy (freezing) the warts, applying creams or liquids, laser treatment, and surgery. For more information and advice about treatment, please visit a health specialist.

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Water Safety Plan Guide: Treatment Processes – Iron and

Check water chemistry before selecting the treatment option to determine the concentrations of ions that will be adsorbed by the resin (commonly iron, manganese, calcium and magnesium). This will allow an estimate of operational time before regeneration will be required, and how much the hardness of the water will interfere with the iron and

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Cardiovascular Disease Risk Assessment and Management for

treatment, in addition to dietary changes, is strongly recommended, with an LDL -C treatment target below 1.8 mmol/L. • For individuals with a predicted five-year risk between 5 and 15 percent the benefits and harms of lipid-lowering drugs should be presented and discussed to allow an individualised informed decision about whether to start

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