Toppling TVs a Risk to Children: TUESDAY.

A Television can crush a child. The report was published online Sept. 29 in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics. Dr. John Wellons, a professor of neurological surgery at Vanderbilt University INFIRMARY in Nashville, stated these injuries could be severe, crushing the skull and causing brain damage. Wellons, who co-authored an accompanying journal editorial, added, People who buy TVs have to secure them in ways that children don’t get injured by them. Don’t assume that the TV is safe for those who have a toddler in the house, Wellons said. For the study, Cusimano and his colleague Nadine Parker, from the Injury Avoidance Research Office at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto, analyzed data from 29 published studies previously. The scholarly studies clearly showed that a lot of head accidents from toppled TVs eventually toddlers, and many of the injuries are serious and fatal sometimes, Cusimano said.Announced the U.S. The 4D PhotoStation Program eliminates the expenses and complexities of digital photography in the medical practice while increasing photo-imaging income opportunities. Photographic documentation is well known for melanoma, cosmetic process before and afters and documenting ramifications of procedures. ‘The machine is easy to use, captures top quality photos, and enables patient ID referenced documentation of visual changes over time. We are very very happy to be dealing with a company that is so in tune with what our physicians and aestheticians need in today’s powerful practice environment,’ said George Smith, CMPE and Administrator at YOUR SKIN Wellness Middle in Knoxville, a user of the system. The 4D PhotoStation merges the reduced cost of filmless portrait digital photography with the critical top features of a medical imaging and archive program to provide a straightforward and turnkey alternative for integrating photo-pictures into patient digital medical records .