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Partiklar påverkar lungfunktion

Started by Helge V. Keitel. Last reply by Helge V. Keitel Feb 15, 2009. 4 Replies

Spirometry and Pulmonary Function Testing

Started by Helge V. Keitel. Last reply by Helge V. Keitel Jan 17, 2009. 7 Replies

Paikallinen hoivapalvelutuotanto

Started by Helge V. Keitel. Last reply by Helge V. Keitel Jan 17, 2009. 1 Reply

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Comment by KK-Net on March 31, 2014 at 9:13pm

Best eHealth products in EU.

  BlindSquare is a smartphone GPS application using crowdsourced data that changes the daily lives of the blind and visually impaired all around the world

http://blindsquare.com

Finland

Best eHealth solution developed by EU

SME 2014 kisan finaaliin päässeistä 16 yrityksestä 7 on Suomesta

Comment by KK-Net on March 30, 2014 at 10:21am

Metsäpäivillä Kuhmossa puhuttiin 26.3.2014 myös metsän mielenterveydellisestä merkityksestä. Jo 5 minuuttia metsässä rauhoittaa mieltä, alentaa stressiä ja verenpainetta.

Comment by KK-Net on June 1, 2012 at 8:34pm

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Comment by Helge V. Keitel on May 7, 2009 at 4:04pm
Model from 2002 for curing cancer with a multi talent, dynamic, interactive and information processing group with goal to cure the patient.

I'm returning to the KK-Network with new material that I've been digging from old files. Some of the material goes back to 1981 when I started my first company.

My Magical History Tour is digitizing old overheads and notes with graphical and pictorial content. I try to use my Nokia E71 camera as a documentation tool.

What seemed to be outdated and unfashionable gets a second life when I make quick photographs and make some photoshopping. Reflection is also a great way to learn from past projects, mistakes and successes.

Comment by KK-Net on January 20, 2009 at 10:06am
Juha, you write about harmful/hazardous microbes prevention. How well do decision makers in the field of real estate understand the issue of harmful microbes and bacterias in buildings? I come to think about Honeywell as a company supplying air conditioning systems. It might be a good starting point for your knowledge, Histola's resources and PMEU technology. Nevertheless, there are many other companies that could have interest in this field. I remember an American company that I blogged about. Have to look what their message was.
Comment by Juha Veikko Mentu on January 20, 2009 at 9:04am
Helge, Histola Research Oy is interested in all kinds of microbiological development projects. In all cases, the sources and input of microbes into the system (a building, a paper machine etc.) shall be mapped and HACCP analysis be done. After that, all efforts shall be focused on the prevention of input and growth of harmful/hazardous microbes and, if this input cannot be avoided, on the fight against these microorganisms inside the target.

These tasks are relatively time-consuming but, in many cases, PMEU method could save working time and give faster results than traditional mb methods.
Comment by Helge V. Keitel on January 19, 2009 at 5:56pm
Juha, you bring up a very important topic about poor ventilation in Finnish buildings. The energy saving goal since the first energy crisis has brought us the darker side of houses that are as tight as bottles.

I cam to think that your expertise should be used by architects and renovators to ensure that they don't make things worse when they start to "dry up" and remove the moisture.

Would Histola Resarch be able to provide such kind of service?

We also spoke about making a microbiological weather map of an industrial site. Would this be bacterial map?

You should probably make a price list of various approaches? What do you think about that?
Comment by Juha Veikko Mentu on January 19, 2009 at 3:25pm
The indoor air problems have appeared very soon after a delay period of several years, after the rise of energy spare in public buildings. The dependence of these problems on the incorrect ways to build thermal isolations into old buildings like schools and offices is more than obvious. Recent constructions may also suffer of these problems - a well-known example is the relatively new Police Headquarters of the city Jyväskylä.

Not only living but also dead spores of moulds and actinobacteria (previously called actinomycetes) can cause severe symptoms, even asthma. The volatile metabolites (VOCs) may also have a role as a causative agents of symptoms but this topic is still very much discussed and opposite opinions can be heard.

I have discussed with specialists of "sick house syndroms" during last six months. The most important thing is to open all moulded areas of the buildings and repair them. Air cleaners, producing ozone, may help with symptoms but do not correct the original problem. Drying of moist areas of the buildings isn't the final solution, neither, because the release of fungal spores increases in dry conditions.

I am looking forward to hear about improvements of indoor air quality after several reconstructions of public buildings in Central Finland.
Comment by Helge V. Keitel on January 17, 2009 at 5:24pm
The health informatics group.

"This website is a Social Network for Health Informatics professionals, students and academics. Our members include many leading academics and researchers in the field of Health Informatics.

After you have signed up (it's free!), you can post any questions you have about Health Informatics on our discussion forum.

You can also invite your friends and colleagues to join the network too."


There are several challenges when approaching the global market with a new niche product. We've seen that with the Carpal Tunnel Diagnostic Tool, and I gather that Spirometry and Pulmonary Function testing is going to present a comparable challenge.

It's not enough to go out with a message. We've to take care about, how to move to dialogs within other groups as well. It's a multitasking job.

The point is not, how much you say and write, but WHO the people are that you meet in the groups and forums.
Comment by Helge V. Keitel on January 17, 2009 at 5:09pm
Here is a Medical Writer's Group.

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Are you interested in medical and health writing or editing? Then the MWN is for you. Join our network (it's free) and interact with like-minded people around the world.

As a member, you can participate in the forum discussions, create special interest groups (editing, regulatory, etc.), and even share photos and videos (a conference recording, for example).

You can add or look for medical writing job opportunities in the Jobs group.
 

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