There are several issues that make this case difficult. First, it is illegal to transfer prescription medicine to any person other than who it is prescribed, it is imprinted on every prescription label (Valid Prescription Requirements, (n.d.)). Therefore, Mrs. Poole is at fault, however Janice is just as at fault because she took the medication from Mrs. Poole knowing it was by prescription only. If Janice would have seen a doctor before beginning Babyban, she should have been warned that most birth control is not effective right away, it is advised to use a backup method, like condoms, for at least two weeks (CDC, 2013). Thus, Babyban may have actually been effective in preventing pregnancy in Janice Potts, if she had been outside of the two week window.
Hence, assessment of holistic needs of patient looks for the determinants of health. However, patients frequently omit to explain regarding the OTC preps plus the herbal needs, which also needs to explain the usage of contraindicated drugs as it all explains the illegal needs of the
New York Times, 2 June 2014, p. A20(L). Opposing Viewpoints in Context, link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A369861026/OVIC?u=nysl_sc_btbsls&xid=53e553ee. Accessed 6 Feb. 2017. Your opinion on the law: The New York State Department of Health today announced that it has officially filed amendments to the Medical Use of Marijuana regulations that will authorize nurse practitioners to register with the Department to certify patients for medical marijuana as of the end of November. Sources Used: https://www.health.ny.gov/press/releases/2016/2016-11-22_medical_marijuana_program_expansion.htm Your opinion on the law: If you are arrested for charges relating to illegal possession of marijuana in New York, the penalties you face will often depend on the amount of marijuana you possessed and your intended use for
Shouldn 't we be able to decide what treatment we receive, expecially when we 're paying premiums that just continue to rise? Continuing Obamacare will continue this line of "care". If the government wants to regulate our health insurance they need to regulate where it 's having the strongest effect, at the top. The pharmaceutical industry should not be able to inflate the costs to what they have, the facilities should not be able to charge the costs they do, the malpractice should not be able to charge what they do. If we are to be forced to put out our ALREADY taxed dollars to purchace a private product then that product should have to pay for ALL the needs of their customers, they should not be able to pick and choose and force customers to stay sick
The prevention of transmitting STDs has proven to be a controversial subject in the United States. The argument comes not from the objective of eliminating STDs, which everyone shares, but the differing strategies for arriving at that goal. The theory is that even mentioning condoms, much less admitting that they dramatically reduce the possibility of HIV infection, sends a “mixed message” about the worth and value of total abstinence up until marriage. Groups such as the National Abstinence Education Association (NAEA) state that avoiding sexual activity before marriage is the only surefire or secure method of protecting oneself from STDs. According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, the average age for Americans to lose their virginities is around 17 for both men and women.
“The illegality of cannabis is outrageous, an impediment to full utilization of a drug which helps produce the serenity and insight, sensitivity and fellowship so desperately needed in this increasingly mad and dangerous world.”- Carl Sagan (“Quotes”). As one of the many Americans who wish to legalize marijuana, and it being such a controversial debate, there has to be some reasoning behind the beliefs of medicinal marijuana. Because without proof, there isn’t much to believe in? While some may disagree with this, which they are entitled to, here are some of the reasons why legalizing marijuana would be beneficial to society and how it can boost the economy. The current drug laws that are established are doing more harm than good.
Several European countries, including France, Germany and Switzerland, have banned the creation of cloned human embryos for reproductive or therapeutic purposes. England, Singapore, Sweden, China and Israel allow cloning for research, but prohibit it for reproduction”. Each Country has specific and similar reasons as why cloning is prohibited. The main concern is moral rights and the unanswered question: are they human? When trying to figure out if clones have to obey the same laws as non-clones, the discussion becomes difficult.
Michael Huemer believes that the social contract theory is invalid and doesn’t provide enough information about the justifications of authority, and I agree with his claim. Most of the population in the United States today never give consent to the government. A valid consent would need to have an opt out option available. Citizens should have the option to reject policies if wanted. One example of this is in our health insurance.
Government expenditures on futile supply reduction strategies and incarceration displace more cost-effective and evidence-based investments in demand and harm reduction. The international drug control system was founded with two core goals. First, it sought to reduce the negative health consequences generated by drugs. Second, it promised to guarantee access to essential medicines. Neither of these aims has been achieved.
The issue is whether the Wyeth held responsible or not for the Levine injury? Congress did not explicitly expect for the FDCA to preempt state common law tort claims, and as for prescription drugs, state tort law cases proposal an extra imperative layer of consumer assurance that matches, and does not hinder, FDA regulation. The resolution of this issue relies on whether the Wyeth held responsible for the Levine injury. Levine claims that Wyeth drug’s labeling specified many warnings about IV push, but did not contraindicate the technique. And, Wyeth had deficiently warned of the risk that an inadequate IV push might begin injuries like those she endured.
10/28/15 progress report noted that the Valium was prescribed for insomnia. However, 11/26/15 note states an appeal to the denial of Valium and noted that it was being prescribed to address the muscle spams. The patient is already taking a muscle relaxant Cyclobenzaprine. As the guidelines do not support use of benzodiazepines for the treatment of muscle spasms; and there is a risk of significant dependence with long-term use, starting Valium is not supported. The request for Valium 5 mg#30 is not medically necessary and appropriate at this time.
Constitutionally then, the responsibility to provide health care does not fall on the federal government but clearly lies with the states. Besides being unconstitutional, when Medicaid was first established in 1965, it was originally meant for the programs of Medicaid to be administered by the states, not the feds (Waldman, Para. 2). So not only is it constitutionally wrong for the federal government to control healthcare, but the Medicaid system we have is lawfully wrong according to the original document. While some might argue that since Washington pays for Medicaid for the
After this act was passed, the government was locking down on products that were exposed to the public, preventing producers from contaminating our products, but contamination was not the only problem the government faced. In 1910, the American government seized a fairly large quantity of a product called Johnson’s Mild Combination Treatment for Cancer, this case brought up one major issue of the act. The medication that the government took was not polluted with any poisonous chemicals, but the producers labeled the product with false advertisement. The medication label stated that it was a suppresser of cancer progression, which it was not. The Supreme Court ruled against them “finding that the product 's false claims of effectiveness were not within the scope of the Pure Food and Drugs Act, Congress enacted the Shirley Amendment in 1912 to overcome the ruling in U.S. v. Johnson” (FDA Consumer Magazine, 2009).
The information we received shows Mr. Solis does not meet the criteria due to the reason(s) listed below: 1) have a physical or mental disability that would prevent you from using a preferred insulin product, 2) you are pregnant, 3) have a side effect, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) labeled contraindication or allergy to the preferred insulin products that is not expected to occur with the requested insulin, or 4) your insulin pump will not work with all the preferred insulin products. The preferred insulin products are Novolin and Novolog. A contraindication is a health condition or risk factor that may cause harm if you use a drug. Page Two PRI: