I saw it when I would take my son to the clinic and would talk to other parents who did not accept the fact that their son or daughter had a mental health issue even though they were cutting themselves, for example. We all knew we were there for the same reason, she said. That is why I ask, what do we gain for staying silent? WIDESPREAD PROBLEM The statistics speak for themselves: 73 percent of Mexican-origin adults with a mental health disorder will not get the needed treatment. The problem of under-utilization is even higher among Mexican immigrants. According to a 2012 report titled Community-Defined Solutions for Latino Mental Health Care Disparities published by the UC Davis Center for Reducing Health Disparities, 85 percent of Mexican immigrants who needed services remained untreated. Veronica Kelley, assistant director of the San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health, feels that few ask for the help they need due to stigma and fear of government. She also feels that adolescents are especially vulnerable to the effects of acculturation and assimilation on their families. Adolescents are seeing that the social norms they are being taught at home are not the same among their peers, such as respect for authority. This can cause them a lot of stress and anxiety, she said.
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Wound types included chronic ischemic and neuroischemic ulcerations and wounds of mixed venous and arterial etiology. Wounds were characterized by an average size of 4.6 cm2 and a previous duration of 53 weeks with a failure to respond to standard of care and other advanced treatment measures. Eighty percent of the patients were diabetic. Daily cigarette consumption for the patients ranged from pack to > 1 pack per day, and the mean ankle brachial index for the group was 0.7. More than half of the patients were not candidates for revascularization procedures. Study Outcomes: All wounds reached complete closure and remained closed at the 12-month follow up The mean time to closure was 7.8 weeks with a mean graft use of 7.0 grafts The mean 4-week percentage of wound area reduction was 69.4% There were no adverse events attributed to the use of Grafix Patients often times present with a variety of comorbid conditions that pose challenges to wound care providers. Some refractory wounds persist despite long term multidisciplinary efforts to promote timely closure. Options such as Grafix allow us to pursue management of these lower extremity ulcerations to the point of resolution. This is extremely valuable, especially in the high-risk diabetic population, said Dr. Smedley. About Grafix Grafix is a cryopreserved placental membrane comprised of an extracellular matrix (ECM) rich in collagen, growth factors, and viable cells native to the tissue. Grafix is processed using Osiris’ proprietary technology; it is flexible and conforming and designed for application directly to hard-to-treat acute and chronic wounds, including but not limited to diabetic foot ulcers, venous leg ulcers and thermal burns. http://milwaukeehybridgroup.com/milwaukeehybridgroupcom2186/2016/11/09/some-new-guidelines-on-no-hassle-tactics-of-inflammation-in-foot/About Osiris Therapeutics Osiris Therapeutics, Inc., based in Columbia, Maryland, is a world leader in researching, developing, and marketing regenerative medicine products that improve health and lives of patients and lower overall healthcare costs.
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