Prestigious thoracic surgeon, more about René Favaloro, information pills He was the creator of the technique of aorto-coronary bypass or CABG, work awarded prestigious international, as the procedure radically changed the history of coronary disease.
It was in his youth in rural medical Pampas town of Jacinto Arauz, where he made an important task of prevention and awareness led to a drastic reduction in infant mortality in the area of influence.
Creator of the Favaloro Foundation, training center for doctors around the world, Basic Research Laboratory, under the Department of Research and Education Foundation, then become the Research Institute of Basic Sciences at the Graduate Institute of Biomedical Sciences, He was also creator of the Favaloro University and the Institute of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery. Member of the National Commission on the Disappearance of Persons, authored “Surgical treatment of coronary arteriosclerosis”, “Memories of a country doctor”,”Do you know you. in San Martin?”, “The memory of Guayaquil”, “De La Pampa to the United States”, “Retrieving the invisible: conversations about culture”, “The miracle and the value of life”, etc..
Overwhelmed. Depressed by the debts of its Foundation, affected by the economic collapse of the country and the default state and social work, sought help from the authorities, personally directing a letter to then President Fernando de la Rua Nation, which was never read, expressing their fatigue “be a beggar in my own country”.
With no response and Argentina convinced that society needed his death “for you to become aware of the problems that is involved”, the 29 July 2000 He ended his life. He was born in La Plata 12 July 1923.
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These days La Posada del Qenti is testing what is one of his latest acquisitions in the field of health technology. It is a flotation tank or "sensory isolation chamber" where they are discharged 300 kilos Epsom salt diluted in 600 liters.
"It's an experience that seeks to emulate the density of the Dead Sea to allow relaxation therapy. The person enters, clinic lie on your back and the density of water begins to float. The session lasts about 50 minutes and a very high level of relaxation is reached. About 40 minutes in the tank are similar to a 4 hours of deep sleep ", says Miguel Cane, manager of the Inn of Qenti.
The team is a national source technology but is one of the few in the entire country (estimate in just Qenti 10 in Argentina) and aims to position flotation therapies were widely publicized decades abroad. "It's like a big bathtub that is closed, the water is maintained at about 37 and a half, includes a system of underwater lights to promote relaxation and the person you like an audio meditation. It is an experience of intense relaxation, very different. E ideal accompaniment antiestress treatments, anti addictions or face a muscle rehabilitation ", Details Cane.
According to Collegiate Society of Physiotherapy in the UK, people have become “slaves of the screen” and are often working while traveling to or from the office and get home. This environment encourages poor posture can cause back and neck pain, says the agency. Experts, is necessary that people “learn how to stop” their mobile devices.
The Company conducted a survey of more than 2,000 office. The results showed that more than 64% of respondents said it was still working on their smart phones and other devices after leaving office. And they spent an average of two hours on it.
This addition to the 6 hours 22 minutes on average spend in front of a screen in the office during regular working day. The main reasons cited by respondents were still working with this “released the pressure in daily work” (35%) or “had too much work” (33%). Other 29% of respondents said the extra work at home helped them reduce their overall levels of stress. And “a worrying 24%” -says the study- wanted his bosses would provide a counseling service on stress.
A 53% I thought your work at home outside office hours had increased over the past two years, and of these, only 8% said that his boss was trying to do something about it.
As stated by the Company “Physiotherapists are concerned that this work is storing excessive mental health problems and physical for the future. In particular because 66% of respondents reported suffering from work-related illness, as headaches or back pain”.
The Company adds that “poor posture when using smartphones and other mobile devices can lead to back and neck pain”. Long working hours may also increase stress-related diseases, experts say.
Dr. Helen Johnson, Society president, states that these findings are “very worrying”. “While doing some extra work at home can seem like a good short term solution, if it becomes a regular part of our bedtime routines this can lead to back or neck problems, well as stress-related diseases”.
“This applies especially when the person uses mobile devices and not think about your posture. Talk to your employer if you feel under pressure” adds the expert.
Meanwhile, Secretary General of the Federation of Trade Unions in the UK, Brendan Barber, states that “excessive levels of work are not good for anyone. The overworked employees are not only more likely to perform worse at work, also likely that the stress of a workload that can not handle them cause disease”.
“People who feel they are unable to leave work in the office should talk to their heads and learn to turn off their smartphones” added the official.