Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Health and Financials Oct 4, 2011

Tags: Resistant Bacteria MRSA, C. Difficile Huge Problem Hospitals, ETF Regulation Possible?

Postoperative surgical patients are at risk of developing multiple types of hospital-acquired infections. These include surgical site infections which are relatively common (incidence 5–20%), can prolong hospital stay, cause morbidity, increase the cost of health care, and even lead to mortality. Other hospital-acquired infections affecting surgical patients include respiratory and urinary tract infections, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemias, antibiotic-related Clostridium difficile enteritis, and intravascular cannulae-related infections. …

(C. Difficile intestinal infections kill one third of those infected with the antibiotic resistant form which now includes a full one third of the patients who acquire it in the hospital. Reducing carbohydrates in your diet including fiberless pasta and processed foods will increase bacteria in your intestines which will protect us from disease. Keep healthy so you won’t have to go into the hospital. Now 37 states have the resistant form of C. Difficile bacteria.

New York hospitals have an extremely hard time sterilizing everything because the constant diarrhea contaminates everything. Gram negative bacteria may pass the gene in C. Difficile to the e-coli bacteria and has already inserted into the pneumonia bacteria making pneumonia much more deadly and untreatable. The treatment successful is to insert healthy feces into the patient and has now been successful in 20 patients so far. One woman who was soon to die from the mutated C. Difficile intestinal infection was untreatable and expected to die within days. In desperation, the doctor took healthy feces from her husband in in one or two weeks she left the hospital cured of the deadly infection. Jim)

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/750224?src=mp&spon=17

Hedge Fund BlackRock and Big Banks Deeply Concerned About Unregulated Use of ETF’s Derivatives to Manipulate the Market Causing Great Volatility FT.com Kate Burges, October 4, 2011

I think this may force the establishment House Republicans to quit stopping the highly needed regulation to keep favor with the radicals elected to office in 2010. Make something palatable to Democrats and it should pass easily in the House. Boehner R-Ohio district is made up of corporate Republicans so he has to man up and do the right thing.

The S&P has dropped about 20 percent since April for no logical reason. Compared to Europe and even Asia, the USA corporations are in very good shape.

I am glad that the Republicans are spreading so much garbage now that their fear campaign may soon not be as effective in 2012. Overdoing anything causes our mind to adapt as we unfortunately we adapted to the loss of 50,000 manufacturing plants and 5 million jobs during the Bush’s two election fraud won elections.

My dream is that the Democratic Senators that lose in the primaries might be replaced by more moderate Senators. In the media Moderate means conservative.

All advisors are recommending large cap stocks and smaller stocks have taken a great beating. If Bernanke wises up and starts counter intuitively start raising rates, he might get the desired increase of loans to small banks and smaller businesses. The is really Counter-Intuitive which was suggested by the late Bank of Tokyo head Hayami

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