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Introduction: Body packing takes advantage of the human storage capacity within the alimentary tract. Body packing is used for the smuggling of drugs such as heroin, cocaine, amphetamine, hashish and ecstasy. Most body packers are asymptomatic. However, packets may rupture or obstruct the alimentary tract. Preventive surgery has been recommended for body packers with package retention beyond 5-7 days to prevent the serious consequences of leakage and rupture. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate a conservative protocolled approach to body packers.




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Material and methods: We retrospectively registered all patients suspected of body packing who were brought to a department of surgical gastroenterology. The study comprised a two-year study period from 1 March 2011 to 28 February 2013.


Results: A total of 57 patients suspected of body packing were detained and admitted to a hospital. In 29 (53%) of the patients, body packing was confirmed by CT. All 29 body packers were successfully treated conservatively without surgical or endoscopical intervention. The median number of packages ingested was 55 (range 2-120). The body packers were all foreigners and originated from either Eastern Europe or West Africa. In one patient, body packages were retained for 17 days. None of the body packers underwent emergency operation or had signs of rupture.


These factors can affect health. For example, high-performance athletes tend to be very fit and have little body fat. They can have a high BMI because they have more muscle mass, but this does not mean they weigh too much for their height.


Another limitation of BMI is that it does not distinguish between people of different ethnicities. Studies have shown that at the same BMI, non-Hispanic white, non-Hispanic Black, and Mexican Americans may have significantly different levels of body fat.


Some people want to modify their bodies through hormonal and surgical treatments in order to resolve gender dysphoria, the distress they experience when their bodies do not align with their gender identity. The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) offers guidelines to clinicians regarding treatment of people wanting to modify their bodies for this reason. Prior to these modifications, WPATH advises that mental health screening is needed and that psychotherapy is recommended though not a requirement. In fact, these advisories allow clinicians some freedom in applying the standards to specific cases. Although some variation from the WPATH Standards of Care can be clinically acceptable, informed consent remains an essential component of clinical encounters involving body modifications.


Dr. Leonard conceded that current guidelines from the World Professional Association for Transgender Health do recommend that patients receive at least an assessment and one documented referral for gender-transitioning surgery from a mental health professional before undergoing a procedure. She suggested to Tyler that he might view mental health counseling as a way to learn about and prepare for the potentially long lasting and irreversible effects of surgical body modification.


Many people look to hormonal and surgical interventions to bring their bodies into alignment with idealized images they have of themselves as men and women. Men do this, for example, by having chin implants, breast tissue reduction, liposuction, and other body-shaping interventions. Women do this, for example, by having breast augmentation, breast lift, liposuction, and tummy-tucks, among other body-shaping interventions. Some men and women also reshape their genitals; men remove or restore foreskins, and women reduce or enlarge labia, for example. They do so, again, to conform their bodies to idealized gendered images they have of themselves.


As a matter of moral integrity in clinical encounters informed consent must be obtained for body modifications for gender expression, as it must be for any clinical intervention. Physicians must take steps to ensure that their patients understand the nature of the interventions (i.e., exactly what will be done), their consequences (i.e., foreseeable effects), the risks and benefits of the interventions (including their reversibility or not), and alternatives to the hormonal or surgical interventions (such as means of gender expression involving modifications of behavior, roles, and ways of relating to others).


A police officer wearing a body camera shoots a civilian. Afterwards, the officer has to write up a report about the incident. Should the officer be able to view the footage captured by his body camera (or other cameras) before he writes his initial report?


The right answer is to confront that belief and change our perceptions, not to fabricate a false level of accuracy by letting officers tailor their accounts to video. To do so risks turning police body cameras from tools for police accountability into tools for police coverup.


Good posture is about more than standing up straight so you can look your best. It is an important part of your long-term health. Making sure that you hold your body the right way, whether you are moving or still, can prevent pain, injuries, and other health problems.


These unrecorded killings threaten to undermine confidence in body cameras. If these cameras are only as good as the police officers and departments responsible for deploying them, then their contributions to police accountability will depend on the very people they are supposed to hold accountable.


Weighted blankets usually contain either plastic pellets or glass microbeads designed to add pressure to the body. These beads or pellets are often accompanied by batting of some sort to provide warmth and reduce the feel and sound of the fill shifting. Most weighted blankets weigh between 5 and 30 pounds, significantly heavier than most comforters and duvets. Some weighted blankets come with a removable cover for ease of cleaning.


Recommended weights for a weighted blanket can vary between 5% and 12% of their body weight, with most people preferring a weighted blanket that weighs approximately 10% of their body weight. Regardless of its weight, a proper blanket should allow for comfort and movement.


The average adult man will be about 60% water compared to the average adult woman that will be about 55% water. If you are physically active, that number will increase depending on your lean tissue. Men and women with high percent body fat will have a higher body water percentage.


A better gauge of healthy body water levels is your ratio of extracellular fluid to your total body water. To understand what that means, we must first define your extracellular water and intracellular water.


As discussed above, your body water can be found inside not only in your blood, but in your muscle tissue, your body fat, your organs, and inside every cell in your body. To account for all this, your total body water (TBW) can be divided into two basic groups.


Intracellular water is the water located inside your cells. It comprises 70% of the cytosol, which is a mix of water and other dissolved elements. In healthy people, it makes up the other 2/3 of the water inside your body.


When it comes to your body water and you, the most important thing to strive for is balance. Your Intracellular fluid: Extracellular fluid must remain at the same levels with respect to each other.


A healthy distribution has been estimated at a 3:2 ratio of ICW: ECW. If your body water falls out of balance, this can signal changes in your health and body composition. Whether these changes are positive or negative depends on which type of water becomes unbalanced.


During inflammation, the body sends additional blood flow to the damaged area. This causes an increase in extracellular water in a particular area. Inflammation occurs when part of the body gets damaged or bruised and is a normal bodily response to injury. This is called acute inflammation and is a temporary increase in ECW.


When your diet includes more sodium than your kidneys can filter out, which occurs in people who have failing kidneys, your extracellular water levels will increase. In some cases, this increased extracellular water shows visible swelling throughout the body and is a condition known as edema. Edema can cause additional strain on the body by contributing to weight gain, blood pressure, and other complications.


Obese individuals are characterized by having too much body fat, which among other things, leads to body water disruption due to excess ECW. This is because excess visceral fat can trigger production hormones that can lead to the disruption of a bodily system called RAAS. This excess ECW causes stress in the body due to its effects on the internal organs, which can exacerbate obesity and cause a dangerous cyclic effect.


The dilution method involves drinking a known dose of heavy water (deuterium oxide) and allowing it to distribute around the body. Once the water has had time to settle, the amount of heavy water is compared with the amount of normal water. The proportion will reflect the amount of total body water. To determine ECW, sodium bromide is used instead of heavy water.


The dilution method is recognized as a gold standard for measuring total body water; however, these tests would need to be done at a hospital under the guidance of a trained physician. This test takes several hours to complete during which any fluid of any type going in or out of the body has to be carefully recorded.


The second, more accessible method to determine body water content is bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA). For most people who do not have serious medical issues, this method is much more practical than the dilution method.


A small electrical current is applied to the body and the opposition that the current experiences (impedance), is measured. From that impedance result, a BIA device can report your body water percentage. Advanced BIA devices are able to reflect the difference in Intracellular and Extracellular water as well, which can reveal the ICW: ECW balance. 041b061a72


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