Numbers115



Ten Steps
  • Eat the right food. 
  • Safeguard your drinking water.
  • Sleep well.
  • Walk briskly everyday.
  • Sing a simple tune.
  • Accept things as they are.
  • Anticipate for good results. 
  • Act on what you have anticipated upon. 
  • Write in your journal daily. 
  • Share with others. 








NUMBERS 11:5 











Numbers115

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/27/15

Now, I'm going to blog about the cucumbers. The scientific name is Cucumis sativus. Cucumber can be eaten in many ways. It can be pickled, grated, and even made into a soup. I eat cucumber with the fish. I dip my cucumber in vinegar with onions. I am sharing this for others with Autism/Asperger.


Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/26/15

Fish is a good source of Vitamins A, D, and K. As I mentioned, it has anti-cancer properties. Jesus loved fish. In the Bible, lots of stories showed Jesus in the company of the poor, whose food was primarily fish. Many of His disciples were fishermen. The fish that I have mentioned earlier got its name from St. Peter.

For those with Autism, I will keep on sharing what I know about fish. I ate lots of fish when I was young.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/25/15

These are the professor's original work. Although many already had been shared by the professor to others, we will continue sharing more. Omega-3 fatty acids help produce the substance called prostaglandin. Prostaglandin is a substance that is produced in most part of the cells of the body. It helps in the regulation of blood pressure and in the regulation of inflammatory responses (rubor, tumor, calor, and dolor). 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/24/15

Let me continue with the eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). It protects our heart. It also protects us from cancer. Studies show that it inhibits inflammation. If inflammation is inhibited, it is good, especially for us with Autism. In addition, EPA suppresses tumors to express themselves, allowing those with tumors to repair their damaged cells. I will continue with Omega-3 fatty acids tomorrow. It's a busy day for me.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/23/15

The docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is necessary for the development of the brain and the nerves. Studies show that patients who do not have enough DHA become depressed. Some people who have depression are being given DHA. In addition, it has been found out that the brain is about 25% DHA. It is significantly present in the brain's cell membrane. The presence of DHA allows the necessary substances needed by the cell to pass through. It also allows the waste to be removed efficiently, which makes the cell functional at its fullest capacity. Furthermore, DHA is necessary for communication between the brain cells. This enables the brain cells to pass information faster with each other. This is a reason why we, with Autism, and other people with DHA in our brains,  will be able to think better and clearer. I will be blogging more tomorrow. For us with Autism, it is best that we communicate with each other. I will be blogging the eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) tomorrow.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/22/15

With the author's permission, I will be blogging the science of the Numbers115 Health Plan. The fish, the cucumbers, the melons, the leeks, the onions, and the garlic and the science thereof. I ate lots of St. Peter's fish commonly called tilapia. Its scientific name is Oreochromis niloticus. This fish is low in mercury. It consumes plankton and the vegetation that is available as a food source. In addition, tilapia grows fast, which make it unlikely to accumulate toxic level of mercury. Omega-3 fatty acids, which is "omega minus 3". The two omega-3 fatty acids are docosahexanoic acid (DHA) and the eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). I'll be blogging more about these fatty acids tomorrow.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/21/15

I am done blogging about EHRs. Now, I am preparing my blogs for the Science of Garlic and Fish Oil. It is good for us with Autism. I am very busy right now. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/20/15

Patients with autism can establish "connections" with inanimate objects and with systems such as the EHRs. The EHRs can be their "companions". They can even have the pharmacy information system as their "friends" that they can play with, just like any video games and other softwares. The patients' parents can understand better their children's conditions with the availability of a reliable terminology guide. They can learn and understand the PHIs. If they can learn and understand the PHI of their children, they can advocate better for their children these days.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/18/15

I'll continue concluding the EHRs. I'm just very busy with my research on Biomedical Informatics. Although we, patients with Autism, have disabilities, our EHRs should be protected. We should have security programs. This can be done by designing controls wherein only authorized persons can access our records. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/17/15

The role of EHRs, for us with Autism, cannot be overemphasized. There are lots of advantages; however, we have to start learning medical words. Click the link to MedlinePlus. Type "medical words" on the search box. Then, we can start learning medical words.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/16/15

Some of us with Autism are prone to the complications of obesity. These complications are preventable. The complications include diabetes, hypertensions, and others. Therefore, we can share information. The role of EHRs led to more patient-centric approaches being adopted these days. When we are involved with our parents, our providers, and our caregivers, we can avoid better complications of preventable diseases. The role of the EHRs with public health is a reality today. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/16/15

Some of us with Autism are prone to the complications of obesity. These complications are preventable. The complications include diabetes, hypertensions, and others. Therefore, we can share information. The role of EHRs led to more patient-centric approaches being adopted these days. When we are involved with our parents, our providers, and our caregivers, we can avoid better complications of preventable diseases. The role of the EHRs with public health is a reality today. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/15/15

I will continue with EHR and Public Health. Issues with Public Health will not be complete without obesity being mentioned. Obesity is one of the concerns of public health, especially for us with Autism. There are approximately, in general, over 9 million over six years old, who are considered obese. Obesity is accompanied by complications. I will share my research on the complications of obesity tomorrow.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/14/15

I will be blogging more on EHR and Public Health. As the Digital Age continues to progress, achieving a coordinated Health Information Exchange with Public Health will be a reality. We will benefit from this integration because our issues will be brought to the awareness of the public more. A component of the Public Health Information System includes our immunization records. Our childhood immunization records are our records of immunization.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/13/15

The Electronic Health Records is useful for us when incorporated with Public Health. The Americans with Disability Act incorporates patients with autism as patients with disabilities. There are simple solutions available. With most of our records still in paper-based format, timely solutions are needed. Personally, I believe that we have to adapt a solution that is focused on a solution that is cost-effective. A solution related to public health is a timely solution. Public health practices connected to the best technologies available will make it more likely to succeed. Participation of the government, from Federal to Local, will be helpful in this endeavor. 

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/12/15

For the VLER (Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record), there were reasons why positive reactions occurred. The reasons are:
1) Increased data was made available.
2) Redundancy was reduced;
3) Information access was faster;

My point is that we can integrate with the VLER like system.

A coordinated system and integrated system for us with Autism will allow our nurses to take care of us better.

Tomorrow, I'll be blogging the role of EHRs in Public Health.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/11/15

The CCC will help our nurses. The nurses will have more time to spend with us. Time is important for our health education. This is now possible and the learning process is doable. The individualized plan can be properly implemented and evaluated.

The CCC framework can be connected with an effective health information exchange system. Health Information Exchange (HIE) is the standard that will allow for data exchange between our information systems. We can benefit from this because our management is highly based on what the providers were able to observe on us. Tomorrow, I will blog on an article coming from the "The Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) Implementation of the Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record (VLER)" by Colene M. Byrne. I made lots of research on similar articles that I am now sharing with you.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/10/15

The CCC model is integrated with the EHR. It is able to provide better care for us. It allows more interaction between us and our nurses. The CCC model can be individualized also. Autism is a spectrum. Therefore, our treatment should be individualized.

There are six steps that the CCC model follows:

  1. Assessing our health data
  2. Analyzing the assessed data
  3. Identifying our outcomes
  4. Developing a plan for us
  5. Implementing it
  6. Evaluating how we make progress

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/09/15

I will blog today about the role of the Electronic Health Records and our nurses. The EHRs are used by our nurses to facilitate and communicate our care. Autism demands nursing care in some cases. Some of us demands it on a constant basis. The EHRs give our nurses more chances to access our records. With these chances, our nurses are able to focus more on us. In addition, our nurses are able to document better because they can now do it in real time. Our nurses are also able to implement the Clinical Care Classification (CCC) model using our EHRs. I will blog about the CCC model tomorrow.

Carlyle Deauna

by Jodel Deauna on 02/08/15

It is Autism Sunday today. Let's keep on sharing today. For my part, I am blogging again on the role of EHR with regards to our physicians. It is the most important aspect taken when our safety is considered. It makes the workflow of our management focused. Our physicians can track their orders better. The CPOE used with the PIS further ensures our safety.

        Health Information Technology Awareness Center
for
  Autism/Asperger
We are sharing the Electronic Health Records (EHR) for patients with Autism/Asperger. We are sharing the EHRs with their parents and their families, too. 

Please blog us on this site. 
Professor Jodel Carlyle P. Deauna
Mr. Carlyle Jude T. Deauna