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Provider attests that the patient has achieved a clinically meaningful response while on Orkambi therapy to one of the following: a. Cystic fibrosis pulmonary guidelines: chronic medications for maintenance of lung function. Intra-articular hyaluronic acid in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee: A short-term study. Requests for continuing therapy that were approved by a previous Health Plan will be honored for at least 30 days upon receipt of documentation demonstrating that approval 10. Intra-articular hyaluronan injections in the treatment of osteoarthritis of the knee: A 181ulticente, double blind, placebo controlled 181ulticenter trial. Only for use by physicians experienced in antimetabolite therapy o Embryo-fetal toxicity: Exclude pregnancy before treatment. Trial of and inadequate response or intolerance to hydroxyurea, unless contraindicated or clinically significant adverse effects are experienced Reauthorization 1. Trial and inadequate response or intolerance to both of the following in the neoadjuvant/adjuvant, locally advanced or metastatic setting: a. Recommendations for the prevention and treatment of glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis. Any contraindication to therapy Requests for continuing therapy that were approved by a previous Health Plan will be honored for at least 30 days upon receipt of documentation demonstrating that approval References 1. One of the following: o T score at the lumbar spine, total hip, or femoral neck of less than 1. Usual dose: 60mg subcutaneously administered by a healthcare professional once every 6 months. Pediatric Vulvovaginal Disorders: A Diagnostic Approach and Review of the Literature. A comparison of once-daily and divided doses of modafinil in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a randomized, double-blind, and placebocontrolled study. Modafinil in children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a preliminary 8-week, open-label study. Efficacy and safety of modafinil film-coated tablets in children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: results of a randomized, doubleblind, placebo-controlled, flexible-dose study. Requests for continuing therapy that were approved by a previous Health Plan will be honored for at least 30 days upon receipt of documentation demonstrating that approval 4. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of modafinil filmcoated tablets in children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Adjunct armodafinil improves wakefulness and memory in obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome. Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover trial of modafinil in the treatment of residual excessive daytime sleepiness in the sleep/apnea/hypopnea syndrome. Efficacy and safety of modafinil (Provigil) for the treatment of fatigue in multiple sclerosis: a two centre phase 2 study. Modafinil film-coated tablets in children and adolescents with attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder: results of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, fixed-dose study followed by abrupt discontinuation. Randomized trial of modafinil as a treatment for the excessive daytime somnolence of narcolepsy. Treatment of hepatitis C in combination with peginterferon alfa-2b, interferon alpha-2a or interferon alfa-2b. For use in children clinically diagnosed with hepatitis C with compensated liver disease previously untreated with alpha interferon; relapsed following alpha interferon therapy. Decompensated liver disease Coverage of ribavirin is not recommended in the following circumstances: 1. Coverage is not recommended Requests for continuing therapy that were approved by a previous Health Plan will be honored for at least 30 days upon receipt of documentation demonstrating that approval References 1.

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Reclaimed soils also tend to be compacted with an accompanying decrease in permeability and increased runoff (Marashi and Scullion, 2004). Changes to the soil water capacity, coupled with changes to the chemical and microbiological properties of the reclaimed soil suggest that these soils would have lower long-term crop yields. Additionally, moisture stress will be a major factor dictating which plants will be successful on reclaimed soil. These differences in reclaimed versus preor un-mined soils suggest that different soil management strategies for reclaimed soils would need to be in place for an extended period of time. Off-site transport of particulate matter causes nuisance effects, such as impaired visibility and dust accumulation on cars and houses. However, exposure to particulate matter can also lead to increased asthma, as documented by increased visits to emergency rooms, and even to death from heart or lung disease (Pope et al. People with increased susceptibility include infants, children, and adolescents; the elderly; people with respiratory conditions such as asthma, bronchitis, or emphysema; people with heart disease; and people with diabetes. The human health effects of airborne particulate exposures are described in Chapter 5; in this chapter, the committee describes the potential for off-site transmission of contaminants and air pollution effects on the environment at modern uranium mining and processing facilities. Distance of travel will be dependent on meteorological factors, particle size, and site conditions, among other factors. Depending on the size of the site and the dust control procedures implemented, there may or may not be off-site impacts. However, to determine off-site human health and environmental exposure potential from dust (and particle-associated contaminants), meteorological modeling is essential. Uranium Mining and Processing Mining Effects Much of the dust caused by mining operations consists of fine particles that are generated from the mechanical disturbance of rock and soil, bulldozing, blasting, and vehicles travelling on dirt roads. Radioactivity monitoring at the fenceline, as well as at selected off-site locations can be used to verify the modeling predictions about offsite contamination. Continuous monitoring for air emissions at the fenceline, including dust, radon, and radon progeny is an accepted practice by industry (see Chapter 8 for a discussion of monitoring best practices). Processing Effects Breaking the uranium ore into finer particles can occur as part of the mining or the processing. Processing will take place in a building, and significant controls can be in place to keep emissions to a minimum. Control measures include enclosure of dusty operations, dust collection systems, dust suppression systems, spraying or wetting dust, ventilation systems specific to conveyor belts and other rock moving systems (see also Chapter 8 for best practices). Models can be used to predict off-site exposure to radon vented from the mining and processing operations. Chemicals used as part of the processing operations, such as anhydrous ammonia or sulfuric acid used in leaching, could have significant off-site human health impacts under catastrophic accidental releases. If more than 10,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia are stored on-site, facilities are subject to additional regulatory controls (see Chapter 7). Other chemicals that could be used in the processing operations include sulfuric acid, solvents such as high purity kerosene, and peroxide. To minimize off-site impacts, air pollution controls need to be matched to the anticipated airborne effluents and appropriate scrubbing employed, with stack-based and off-site air quality monitoring to confirm proper equipment functioning (see Chapter 8). Waste/tailings Management Effects Large amounts of rock are removed during the mining process that contain measurable quantities of uranium but are not economically viable for uranium production (also called protore). Therefore, large quantities of waste rock at a mining operation will emit radon and may generate wind-blown particulates if dust controls are not in place. Evaporation ponds and tailings impoundments are another potential source of radon and airborne particulate radionuclides. Although protore and waste tailings may not contain enough uranium for processing to be cost-effective, there is still measureable radioactivity, which has off-site exposure potential. If appropriately designed, capping of the waste storage pile can prevent airborne reentrainment of fine particles. Cap maintenance activities, however, will need to continue for thousands of years (potentially the the responsibility of the U. Additionally, periodic inspection of the cap and repairs, as necessary, are essential to ensure that burrowing animals, erosion, or other weathering effects do not decrease the effectiveness of the cap in minimizing air pollution impacts. General Mining-related Concerns During construction, exhaust from construction equipment, soil entrainment, and fugitive dusts will be generated, as at any construction site.


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The definitions are sometimes very technical so it is recommended that you ask your doctor for more detailed explanations. Stage Definition Stage I the tumour is unique and has neither invaded blood vessels of the liver nor spread to lymph nodes* or to other parts of the body. In any case, tumour cells have not spread to the lymph nodes* or to organs that lie further away. It takes into account the accumulation of liquid in the abdomen called ascites*, the level of 2 proteins* (called albumin* and bilirubin*) in the blood, how well blood clotting is still working and the presence of encephalopathy*. The method used to attribute a Child-Pugh score is complex and is beyond the scope of this guide. It is based on the size and the number of (the) tumour(s) in the liver, invasion of blood vessels by the tumour, cancer spread outside the liver, blood pressure in the vein going to the liver, level of bilirubin* in the blood, Child-Pugh score and performance status. The blood pressure in the vein going to the liver (called portal vein*) can be raised when the liver does not let the blood pass through easily, because of a changed consistency. However, when the liver function is impaired, it can be seen in the blood as well. The Child-Pugh score has been described before and takes into account the accumulation of liquid in the abdomen (ascites*), the level albumin* and bilirubin in the blood, how well blood clotting is working and the presence of encephalopathy*. It evaluates the patients physical abilities by giving a score from 0, for a fully active patient, to 4 for a patient that is completely disabled due to his/her disease. The second histopathological* examination is performed on the tumour and the lymph nodes* removed by surgery. This is very important to confirm the results of the biopsy* and to provide more information on the cancer. Results of the examination of the biopsy* should include the following: First of all, the pathologist* will check if the tumour is actually developed in the liver i. If it is a liver tumour, the pathologist* will define it as a hepatocellular carcinoma or fibrolamellar carcinoma*, or one of the other aforementioned types of liver cancer in the definition of liver cancer. A tumour can, for example, be unresectable when it is very big or when it is close to an important blood vessel, making it hard to remove it without damaging this vessel. Planning of the treatment involves a multidisciplinary team of medical professionals. This implies a meeting of different specialists, called multidisciplinary opinion* or tumour board review. The extent of the treatment will depend on the stage of the cancer, on the characteristics of the tumour and on the risks involved. The treatments listed below have their benefits, their risks and their contraindications*. It is recommended to ask doctors about the expected benefits and risks of every treatment in order to be informed of the consequences of the treatment. For some treatments, several possibilities are available and the choice should be discussed in terms of weighing up their respective benefit and risks. Treatments by stages are presented in the figure below and details on therapies are given stage per stage further in the text. This treatment can be surgical resection, liver transplantation or local ablation* methods and decision will mainly depend on the level of cirrhosis*, and on the size and number of tumours in the liver. The multidisciplinary opinion* will decide which one is most appropriate, according to the relevant information mentioned before. In individual cases, more lesions can be safely resected, but since surgery of the liver carries some risks, the risk of the surgery per patient has to be taken into account before making any decision. Depending on the extent of the tumor and the degree of liver cirrhosis a part of the liver containing the tumor, or the complete liver, can be removed. The resection of the tumour consists in removing the part of the liver which contains the tumour. After surgery, the resected part will be examined by a pathologist* in the laboratory. The pathologist* will check whether the whole tumour has been removed by analyzing if the tumour is totally surrounded by normal tissue. This is reported either as negative margins of resection, meaning that it is very likely that the whole tumour has been removed or as positive margins of resection, meaning that it is very likely that the whole tumour has not been removed. Liver transplantation When a resection of the tumour is not possible, a liver transplantation should be considered either when there is a single tumour of less than 5 cm in diameter, or when there are 2 to 3 tumours, each measuring less than 3 cm in diameter.

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A1957 P1350 Immediate Reversal of Cheyne-Stokes Respiration by P1368 Fibrotic Lung Disease Due to Pulmonary Vein Stenosis Metoprolol in a Patient with Obstructive Cardiomyopathy, Following Catheter Ablation for Atrial Fibrillation/K. A1946 Area M, Hall B-C (Middle Building, Lower Level) P1357 Pulmonary Hypertension Associated with D-Transposition of Viewing: Posters will be on display for entire session. Huang, Discussion: 11:15-12:00: authors will be present for individual discussion P. A1947 12:00-1:00: authors will be present for discussion with assigned facilitators P1358 Congenital Absence of Left Coronary Artery: A Rare Coronary Circulation Anomaly/W. A1963 P1361 A Giant Atrial Myxoma Presenting with Recurrent Positional P1375 Post Myocardial Infarction Ventricular Septal Defect: A Case Syncope and Causing Cardiac Arrest/L. A1951 the information contained in this program is up to date as of March 9, 2017. Gupta, Ghaziabad, India, P1395 End Tidal Carbon Dioxide as an Early Diagnostic Tool in p. A1971 P1398 Postpartum Pulmonary Embolism in a Patient with Reactive P1383 Type B Aotic Dissection Identified Following Cardiac Ablation Thrombocytosis/A. A1988 P1384 Pleural Effusion as Aortic Dissectiona Challenge in P1400 Pulmonary Embolism: Rare Complication After Endovenous Diagnosis/A. A1989 P1385 Aortic Dissection in the Pediatric Patient with Loeys-Dietz P1401 Bedside Ultrasonography to Diagnose Fat Embolism/P. A1980 Discussion: 11:15-12:00: authors will be present for individual discussion P1392 Rare Case Report of 3 Feet Long Thrombus in Transit/ 12:00-1:00: authors will be present for discussion with assigned facilitators I. A1981 the information contained in this program is up to date as of March 9, 2017. A2010 P1407 Hemorrhage in Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome as a Complication of Tacrolimus Therapy/M. A2011 P1408 Hypothermia Induced Thrombocytopenia with Subdural and Intracerebral Hemorrhage/S. A1996 P1424 Recovery After Prolonged Hypoglycemic Coma from Extreme Hypoglycemia/S. A2013 P1411 Arterial Air EmbolismAn Iatrogenic Phenomenon with Fatal P1426 Hypertensive Encephalopathy Associated Vasogenic Edema Consequences/J. A2014 Tomography-Guided Transthoracic Needle Biopsy of the P1427 Diffuse Cerebral Edema from Acute Pancreatitis Induced by Lung/D. A2015 P1413 Keep an Eye on the Air: A Case of Presumed Air by Vitrectomy P1428 A Case of Hydrocephalus Secondary to Intraventricular Embolism/P. A2016 P1414 Cerebral Arterial Air Emboli Caused by Aggressive Bag Valve P1429 Tetanus: An Innovative Treatment Strategy for Refractory Ventilation/M. A2020 P1417 A Rare Case of Pembrolizumab-Associated Autoimmune P1433 Impact of Sympathetic Storm (From Brain Trauma) on Limbic Encephalitis Following Treatment of Malignant Ventilator Dependence/P. A2007 the information contained in this program is up to date as of March 9, 2017. Discussion: 11:15-12:00: authors will be present for individual discussion Zacherle, R. A2035 12:00-1:00: authors will be present for discussion with assigned facilitators P1228 Asthma and Asthma Symptoms in Teachers in 50 Elementary Facilitator: S. A2041 Urbanization and Altitude in Peruvian Children and Young P1234 Extreme Temperatures and Lung Function in the Framingham Adults/T. P1237 Chemical Adducts of Flavorants With E-cigarette Liquid Gerhardsson De Verdier, A. A2032 the information contained in this program is up to date as of March 9, 2017.

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Bold and italicized text is used to emphasize a term defined in the Definitions section. Terms that appear very frequently are only emphasized in this fashion once at the beginning of each chapter. Text boxes that run the width of the page have been generated to summarize key information following the presentation of information in the context of the guidance. Text boxes that run the width of the page have been generated following the delivery of key information. Relevant supporting information that may Background Points are in Grey Boxes be useful, but is not essential for planners, is included throughout the planning In each chapter appropriate background or guidance. This additional information is additional information of a technical useful for subject matter experts and for nature has been included in grey boxes to educational purposes. Nuclear explosions present substantial and immediate radiological threats to life and a severely damaged response infrastructure. Local and State community preparedness to respond to a nuclear detonation could result in life-saving on the order of tens of thousands of lives. The purpose of this guidance is to provide emergency planners with nuclear detonationspecific response recommendations to maximize the preservation of life in the event of an urban nuclear detonation. This guidance addresses the unique effects and impacts of a nuclear detonation such as scale of destruction, shelter and evacuation strategies, unparalleled medical demands, management of nuclear casualties, and radiation dose management concepts. The guidance is aimed at response activities in an environment with a severely compromised infrastructure for the first few days. Emergency responders should also benefit in understanding and applying this guidance. As additional recommendations become available on issues that are identified as gaps by stakeholder communities, they will be incorporated into future editions of this planning guidance. Since the events of September 11, 2001, the nation has taken a series of historic steps to address threats against our safety and security. In particular, it does not consider very high doses or dose rate zones expected following a nuclear weapon detonation and other complicating impacts that can significantly affect life-saving outcomes, such as severely damaged infrastructure, loss of communications, water pressure, and electricity, and the prevalence of secondary hazards. Scientifically sound recommendations for responders are a critical component of post-incident life-saving activities, including implementing protective orders, evacuation implementation, safe responder entry and operations, and urban search and rescue and victim extraction. In this situation, avoiding acute, potentially lethal radiation dose dominates other potential protective action decisions. However, survivors should use good judgment and should not seek shelter in buildings that are on fire or otherwise clearly dangerous. This guidance was developed by a Federal interagency committee led by the Executive Office of the President (see Committee Membership section at the end of the guidance). The guidance could not have been completed without the technical assistance provided by individuals summarized in the Acknowledgements section also at the end of the report. The planning guidance was developed through a process which included extensive stakeholder review that included Federal interagency and national laboratory subject matter experts, emergency response community representatives from police, fire, emergency medical services, medical receivers, and professional organizations such as the Health Physics Society and the Interagency Board resulting in 886 addressed comments and recommendations from over 65 individual reviewers representing 19 Federal departments and national laboratories and 10 communities and professional organizations. The nuclear weapons technical community was engaged throughout the development of the guidance through active interagency programs related to this topic. While it is impossible to predict the precise magnitude and impact of a nuclear detonation, this scenario provides a foundation for preparedness and planning efforts, as well as for initial response actions in the absence of specific measurements. It is expected that planners and exercise designers will use this guidance, and the scenario on which it is based, and tailor them to their specific circumstances or to compare differing inputs and assumptions. They are encouraged to meet and work with their Federal, State, and local counterparts and partners, as each bring important knowledge to the design of implementation plans.

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