Thursday, October 12, 2006

Dr. Neil's Notes 22

Welcome to Show 22

Welcome back to Hugo "UberTablet" Ortega

The HUGE UMPC video from Hugo

Update on Rohan with cerebral palsy

"Where Was Dr. Neil" live.com gadget
Dr. Neil's Arcasts with Ron Jacobs
Finished a whitepaper on Sync Center in Windows Vista

Leon's favourite Tablet tools
HP + snipping tool

ASUS R2H not shipping with snipping tool?

This podcast was recorded on a Samsung Ultra Mobile PC with Castblaster

Happy Coding

1 comment:

CerebralP said...

Here is an interesting summary of the causes of Cerebral Palsy:
Did a medical mistake cause your child’s cerebral palsy? This is a cause for thousands of cases of cerebral palsy, but this is not the only cause possible for this diagnosis. If the answer to this question is yes, then you should look back at the time of your child’s birth, the moment of delivery. Here are some of the errors that could have provoked cerebral palsy:
- the child has stayed too long in birth canal (lack of oxygen for brain);
- prolapsed cord undetected immediately;
- excessive use of vacuum extraction;
- improper use of forceps;
- failure to perform a cesarean section (in the presence of fetal distress);
- untreated or undetected disorders after delivery;
- changes in heart rate during delivery – not eliminated in time;
- failure to plan a C-section;
- mother’s high blood pressure etc.
These are only some of the causes for cerebral palsy at a child’s birth, but improperly treated, undetected meningitis is also a cause for this diagnosis, which may appear later. You can also get more information on cerebral palsy statistics and cerebral palsy treatments by visiting cerebral-palsy-med.com.

Regards,

Michael R.