Patient B Was Rushed To Northern Mindanao Medical Center Emergency Due To Chest Tightness

Nursing Health History A. Biological Data Patient B was a 46 years old Filipino, female, was born on November 07, 1966 and residing at Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City. Her religion is Roman Catholic. She is married and living with her family and has three children. She was admitted for the first at Northern Mindanao Medical Center under doctor Flores as her admitting physician with the diagnosis of chronic kidney disease stage 5 secondary to diabetes mellitus, nepropathy. B. Chief Complaint Patient B was rushed to Northern Mindanao Medical Center Emergency due to chest tightness. C. History of Present Illness Three months prior on admission, patient experienced onset of bipedal edema with easy fatigability and early signs of periorbital edema. A month before admission, there was progression of edema on the thighs and signs of right eye blurring of vision. On the third week prior to admission, patient experienced exertional dyspnea and blurring of vision on the left eye. Patient sought consultation at City Hospital and was given Furosemide. D. Past Health History Patient had no past health history since it was her first time to be admitted in Northern Mindanao Medical Center. E. Functional Health Pattern Upon assessment, patient was in pain, restless and complained of loss of vision. Patient had non pitting bipedal edema, dyspnea even at rest. Because of this, patient had been irritable during assessment gave us small informations about her. She was a non drug user and non alcoholic drinker. Patient b has a history of hypertension and diabetes mellitus on maternal side. F. Nutritional and Metabolic Pattern Patient B’s usual daily food intake before admission was 2 cups of rice and viand with a fluid intake of 3-5 glass of water a total of 720 mL every day. Upon admission, patient B was ordered…

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Petitioner-judge Contends That The Office Of The Ombudsman Has No Jurisdiction To Initiate An Investigation Into The Alleged

JUDGE ANA MARIA I. DOLALAS, EVELYN K. OBIDO AND WILBERTO B. CARRIEDO, petitioners, vs. THE HONORABLE OFFICE OF THE OMBUDSMAN-MINDANAO and BENJAMIN VILLARANTE, JR., respondents. Petitioners, Judge Ana Maria I. Dolalas, Evelyn K. Obido and Wilberto B. Carriedo – Presiding Judge, Clerk of Court and Clerk II, respectively of the Municipal Circuit Trial Court of Kabasalan, Zamboanga del Sur, were charged “administratively” by private respondent Benjamin Villarante, Jr. for “miscarriage of justice, dishonesty, gross neglect of duty, unnecessary delay in the administration of justice and for failure to prosecute Criminal Case No. 5881 for an unreasonable length of time” before public respondent Office of the Ombudsman-Mindanao. Petitioner was basically being charged with “undue delay in the disposition of the said criminal case” filed before petitioner’s court. The issue posed, therefore, in this petition is whether or not the Office of the Ombudsman may take cognizance of the complaint against petitioner for purposes of investigation and possible prosecution in accordance with its mandate under Section 13 (1) and (2) of Article XI of the 1987 Constitution[1] for alleged violation of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act.[2] Petitioner-judge contends that the Office of the Ombudsman has no jurisdiction to initiate an investigation into the alleged “undue delay in the disposition of the case” as said charge relates to a judge’s performance of her official duties over which the Supreme Court has administrative control and supervision, as mandated under Section 6, Rule VIII of the 1987 Constitution.[3] Public respondent Ombudsman-Mindanao, however, contends that referral to the Supreme Court is not essential in this case as what will be investigated is not whether there was undue delay in the disposition of a simple criminal case for five years, which it admits is administrative in nature. It added that what is sought to be determined…

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Pengaruh Kualitas Produk, Harga, Dan Citra Merek Terhadap Minat Beli

PENGARUH KUALITAS PRODUK, HARGA, DAN CITRA MEREK TERHADAP MINAT BELI IPAD DI KOTA BANDUNG TAHUN 2012 Gusti Putu Bagus Yogiswara Institut Manajemen Telkom yogiswarabagus@gmail.com ABSTRAK Persaingan bisnis telekomunikasi khususnya produk digital yang semakin ketat antara berbagai kegiatan dalam menghasilkan dan menjual produknya, memberikan pengaruh yang cukup berarti terhadap pandangan bahwa perusahaan harus memberitahukan dan memperkenalkan produknya agar konsumen terdorong untuk membeli produk yang mereka promosikan. Banyaknya produk tablet PC dipasar baik di dalam negeri atau di luar negeri memengaruhi sikap seseorang terhadap pembelian dan pemakaian barang, ditinjau dari segi kualitas produk, harga, dan citra merek. Hal itu berpengaruh pada volume penjualan produk per-tahun. Salah satu tablet PC yaitu iPad, dimana iPad selalu menjadi market leader sejak peluncuran perdananya pada tahun 2010 meski jumlah pesaingnya semakin meningkat. Penelitian ini dilakukan untuk mengetahui kualitas produk, harga, dan citra merek iPad di Kota Bandung serta bagaimana minat belinya. Penelitian ini juga bertujuan untuk melihat besarnya pengaruh kualitas produk, harga, dan citra merek terhadap minat beli iPad di Kota Bandung. Penelitian ini menggunakan jenis penelitian deskriptif dan kausal, dengan menggunakan teknik analisis deskriptif dan analisis regresi berganda. Sampel dalam penelitian ini adalah masyarakat kota Bandung yang mengetahui produk iPad sebanyak 400 orang. Penentuan jumlah sampel dengan menggunakan rumus Bernoulli. Teknik pengambilan sampel menggunakan teknik non-probability sampling dengan purposive sampling. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa kualitas produk, harga, citra merek, dan minat beli iPad di Kota Bandung berada dalam kategori baik, dimana secara simultan minat beli iPad dipengaruhi sebesar 52,8% oleh variabel kualitas produk, harga, dan citra merek. Berdasarkan pengujian hipotesis secara parsial variabel kualitas produk yang memengaruhi minat beli sebesar 35,9%, variabel harga yang memengaruhi minat beli sebesar 7,1%, dan variabel citra merek yang memengaruhi minat beli sebesar 40,2%. Kata Kunci : Kualitas Produk, Harga, Citra Merek, dan Minat Beli. Pertumbuhaan produk komputer tablet memang…

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Payments For Environmental Services (pes) Approach

Payments for Environmental Services (PES) approach, as potential to reduce land degradation Haki Kola,1* Gazmend Zeneli,2 Janaq Male3 1National Resources Management Project Rruga “Sami Frasheri” No. 4 Tirana, Albania Phone: +355 68 20 27707 E-mail: haki_kola@yahoo.com *Author for correspondence 2University of Technology, Dresden Faculty of Forest-, Geo-, and Hydro-sciences Institute for International Forestry and Forest Products, Chair of East European Forest and Forest Products Pienner strasse 19, 01737 Tharandt Germany 3SNV -Netherlands Development Organization P.O.Box 1735 Tirana, Albania Abstract Introduction Payments for Environmental Services Study area Puka agroecosystems Forest Village and Family Forest Agricultural land Methods and approach proposed Approaches to valuation Forest, pasture and agricultural land as “Natural capital” Cost- Benefit Analysis of the Natural Capital and Conservation decision Recommended steps toward PES implementation Acknowledgements References Abstract Payments for Environmental Services (PES) are one type of economic incentive for those that manage ecosystems to improve the flow of environmental services that they provide. Paying for the provision of environmental services is an environmental policy tool attracting much attention in both developed and developing countries, but not yet applicable in Albania. This paper discusses the potential of implementation of PES by communities located in Drini’s Microcatchment where Albanian’s biggest Hydropower Plants of Fierza, Komani and Vau i Dejës are established. Over harvesting, fires and overgrazing in forest area within the Drini watershed is proportionally correlated with land degradation, increase of erosion and flooding, causing the load of the hydropower reservoirs, thus increasing the need for public investments for national road maintenance, and building dams for erosion control around the Hydropower Plants. The participation of local communities in forest management in the last decade has demonstrated that sound natural ecosystems perform critical life-support services, beneficial for both local communities and general public, but not all environmental uses generate financial returns to…

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