Dr. Saad Saad commands respect as a pediatric surgeon who has helped thousands of people through his successful surgical operations. Saad’s primary goal in his career is to serve the community by ensuring that children from all walks of life benefit from his expertise in pediatric surgery. One of the main areas that Saad focuses on includes research on the best ways of ensuring patients’ safety and reduction of the pain they feel.
Dr. Saad has patented two amazing innovations. His creativity and hard work enable him to excel in his leadership and inventions. Mr. Saad has also played a major role in introducing new surgical procedures that are now applied by most surgeons. For more than 40 years, he has performed numerous successful pediatric surgeries. Saad serves both his community members as well as those outside his hometown. Dr. Saad has earned his respect from benefiting thousands of children and adults living in the United States. Saad has helped to ensure the smoothness of operations at various organizations such as the West Bank and the Medical Missions. Such organizations offer poor children with high quality and free surgical operations.
Medical catheters are instruments that are inserted into the patient’s body to treat some illnesses or to help in performing operations. Catheters can as well be used to drain fluids from a patient’s body or allow the access of surgical instruments. Catheters are of different types, and their uses are also varied. X-rays are performed find appropriate position the most to place a catheter. Catheters are also be placed in the body of X-rays are performed find the most appropriate position to place a catheter. Cathetersa patient temporarily or permanently. Performing numerous X-rays on a patient is poses health risks. Mr Saad Invented an amazing device that is used to locate catheters without performing X-rays or using other machines.
A metal detector applies the same principle used in operating the machine that was invented by Mr. Saad. The device is swept outside the patient’s body to identify the accurate location of the catheter. Mr. Saad’s inventive device is also used by doctors when scans cannot be performed due to limited time. Previously, guide wires were used to track catheters even though they were quite risky to patients.
Dr. Saad Saad is a resident of New Jersey. Jersey Shore University Medical Center and the prestigious Long Branch Campus are affiliated with Mr. Saad. Saad is an alumnus of the Cairo University School of Medicine. Saad extensive knowledge in pediatric surgery is as a result of his two decades experience in the field. Learn more: https://medium.com/@dr1saadsaad
Julia Jackson’s profound interest in the wine industry grew at quite an early age. As a young girl, she would pick and sort grapes. Her family had been in the wine industry even before she was born. The exposure that the Jess Jackson’s youngest daughter got from the family business gave her a smooth transition into the wine industry. As a young adult, Julia Jackson met and became friends with a girl of a French speaking winemaker who used to work in the Jackson Family Wines Company. The friendship was intense that Julia Jackson went to study French and became super fluent in it.
Her ability to speak fluent French gave her the opportunity to teach the language to sixth-grangers as she continued with her studies. While studying for her BA at Scripps College, Julia was an active model showcasing her talent in various agencies in Los Angeles. She later received the Stanford Graduate school of Business’s certification in general management. Upon graduating, Julia Jackson went to Bordeaux, France where she acquired the French sales and distribution skills. While here, the desire to learn more about wines heightened. Follow Julia Jackson at Behance.com.
In the year 2015, the Jackson Family Wine was pleased to introduce the front-runner wine that comes from Sonoma. According to Julia, this is the best wine for the county even though the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are more favored. The catalogue for wines present at the Jackson Family Wine is excellent and includes the Trinite Este’s Acaibo as well as the dark, aromatic Pinot Noir. Besides work, Julia is a partner at Cambria Estates Winery alongside Katherine Jackson and Cambria Proprietors. The Cambria Estate is a non-profit organization whose focus is empowering women and providing financial support to institutions that are dedicated to training women. In November 2014, the organization gave $100,000 to celebrate women who have stood out in the society.
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Stop shampooing. It’s really that simple. Before you go running to the bathroom to toss out your current hair care for this new trend, let’s visit the need-to-know about the “No Poo” method.
Why should anyone quit using shampoo?
Along with the cleaning properties in shampoo, there are harsh chemicals that strip away good oils. Your hair follicles produce sebum; an oil that conditions and protects the hair. When we wash with the harsh sulfate filled shampoos, these oils are stripped away. After shampooing, consumers are left with dry damaged hair which needs the conditioner to soften and protect it. Manufactures came up with the combination of shampoo and conditioner as a solution.
Regular shampooing also confuses your sebaceous glands by the repeated cleansing of these natural oils. The follicles, in return, create more sebum(in excess) to replenish the loss. This will make your seemingly clean hair, appear dirty and call for another washing. Eliminating shampoo only makes sense.
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How do I keep my hair clean?
Some individuals use baking soda, periodically, to cleanse and follow with apple cider vinegar conditioning. There are natural hair care products available that will make this unusual transition easier. WEN Hair care products are one of the leaders in the “No Poo” realm. Chaz Dean’s creation of an all-natural, no-lather, Sweet Almond Mint Cleansing Conditioner is 100% backed by him and his millions of worldwide consumers. The very pleased users of the WEN hair care system boast of fuller, softer, shinier, and more manageable hair, after just one use! The best part? It’s great for all hair types and textures. Why wouldn’t anyone want to try this amazing, all-natural treatment? As the reviews will all profess, once you go “No-Poo”, there’s no returning.
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An operation that can regularly do that is going to streamline itself. When it comes to corrective services, the more efficient the better. To that effect, Securus Technologies has recently developed ConnectUs, which is an application platform designed to cut back the need for excessive bureaucratic paperwork. Approximately 13.8 complaints and grievances are filed by individual inmates every month. The time it takes to process these grievances isn’t slight. Even at five minutes per grievance, in a common institution there are 100+ inmates. That’s over 1,380 pages to process every month. It doesn’t matter how streamlined a non-digitized process is, this is going to take time. Meanwhile, Securus ConnectUs just digitizes everything. Application support is customizable to meet the needs of any institution, and the information inmates have access to is strictly monitored.
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They deal with over 2,000 correctional facilities, and about 1,500 other programs which handle individuals that require such services. Savings from the streamlining of complaints and grievances forms stands to save incarceration facilities millions of dollars nationwide. Look at the math. At five minutes per sheet, officers spend at least 115 hours a month just dealing with paperwork. That’s around $2,300 for a facility with only a hundred or so inmates. Going the digitized route could easily save $25,000+ in man hours and labor every single year. There are over 2,000 corrective facilities in the nation using Securus Technologies.
At least from a business standpoint, all signs indicate Securus Technologies is devoted to providing the best, secure IT solutions for the corrective custody industry.