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Using socioeconomic evidence in clinical practice guidelines. If it is so or not, we cannot say, but the devil-worshipping of the great romanian general is an unquestionable fact, which no serious black adept can deny. Medications BP treatment should aim to lower BP towards while balancing risks and benefits: Discussion paper. The Royal Melbourne Hospital. Having met one of them, shall he bow three times before the wizard and three times claim his denial, and also his intention to become an adept. Tay—Sachs disease.

After that the wizard will wound the left hand of the adept with his dagger and give him the name. From that moment on the adept becomes initiated and the follower of the wizard, and will obey his Teacher till the day, when the Teacher goes beyond the limit, dividing day from night, and only then the adept will become a wizard. Now I will explain in details the inscriptions and symbols in the circle, for they are very important. The circle is divided to outer, intermediate and inner parts.

In the outer part there are shown Powers who witness the initiation , in the intermediate one are the names of Superior Demons ruling the elements and connected to these powers, in the inner part are the signs of the four manifestations of the Beast sheltering and protecting adepts of the Dark Path.

His power eliminates without traces the filth of god, for it is ununitable with him and will touch the adept. Crimes and diseases are under her power, and death of infants she brings with her, and her power will touch the adept.

She will sweep away the cities of the righteous and shelter the unholy from the wrath of Dogs of God, by wind She will dissipate them. By flame of hatred for god She shall purify the adept. NECAS in the lower right is the underworld, the land of eternal dusk, where the prayers of the outcast searching for favour of the Princes of the Darkness are raised up to the burnt heavens, and on the lost pathes there wander monsters. The adept shall worship them. Satan the Prince of Air, His Name in the circle coincides with the underworld, for he is Pain purifying.

A turn of the key will place His Name together with the Face of Samael and the gates will be open. Leviathan the Prince of Watery element, the Lord of Mirrors. In the circle He is placed together with the Superior face of Evil, for He opens wide the eyes of those who crave to behold Him. A turn of the key will place His Name together with underworld and the gates will be open.

Vaal the Demon of the element of Fire, is placed together with the power which burns to ashes, for He is the purification and the death of the righteous. Under His power are lust and pride which are eternal satellites of a black wizard. Behemoth the Demon of Earth, coincides with Abyss, for its gates are in the undermoon world which He rules.

He is the fearlessness and the halt of the unholy, and the Strength of Theirs. He ruled nations and wrote the Book, unfolding all the wisdom of Evil and accessible only for the chosen marked by the Seal. He is the warrior who leads troops of barbarians to the storm of the castle of the righteous, to destroy it and get fed with blood of miserable sheep and deceiving pastors.

Trident the sign of Assur, the White Horseman, giving richness and luxury, who wins in the Meggidon. He is the King full of dignity, splendid by his looks, skilful by his speeches, but dreadful is his wrath.

Meciless for slaves, he is still merciful for the masters as long as His will is fulfilled. But he who wishes to step onto the Path might be as well initiated by himself without a wizard.

This way it must be done:. Go into woods on a night of a newborn moon, being dressed in black. Make a hole in the ground and stab thine victim over it. Eat its flesh and drink its blood. After that prostrate downwards, placing thing arms crossed, head to north, and in such a configuration dwell till the dawn, for Thine Lord walks in the Dark and horrific is to behold Him. This method is very dangerous, especially for those who are cowardish and use to forget the rules namely when they should remember them.

Amongst the Superior Demons and Evil Spirits never exists the One who would exceed all the rest by all qualities, therefore they all are the Lord and the Ruler, and there is no chief among them, but there use to be the qualities prevailing in one of Them, and also that are present in one but absent in another -- that is the principle according to which the Powers of Evil are divided in tractats of black wizards, which is called the Iron Tower or merely Tower. I will reveal this to thee. First, I will tell about Superior Creatures, having seals and having no seals.

He who invokes Him sees Him as bottomless gloom or manifold of iron arrows flying towards him, and sometimes He comes like a man of low height dressed in black coat, with very hostile exterior. His images are a drawn sword covered with dried blood, His qualities are total obliteration, highest hatred and blasphemous holiness, therefore about those who firmly follow the rules of devil-worshipping it is said that they are protected by Samael.

His word is the law for demons of all the titles and of any origin. Only the mightiest magicians have power to invoke Him, who are born only once in a generation. Only two cases of successful invokation of Samael are known: The invocation of Samael for addressing:. She brings to the world beasts of prey who are hostile towards humans. One can see Her as a splendid naked woman with luxurious hair or as an oldwoman dressed in black. Lamias, murderers of children, obey Her.

Her images are marine shell and spider. With soot mixed with ashes draw on the ground near a river or a lake a line seven times turning counterclockwisely and in the middle of the figure depict the Seal with fresh human blood.

The beginning of the line and the trident of the Seal must face the north.

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Prepare such a mixture for smoking: Stand by the southern side of the figure and having light this mixture in a cup of copper invoke. Invocation of Lilith:. His fury has no boundary and His Power is endless. He belongs to those, whom neither god nor his servant may never resist. The method of the invocation of Him is very complex. This Creature has no Seal, for no sign drawn by human hand can depict His horrific essence. And also needed is piece of black material in the corners of which the following signs are sewed:.

Also needed are a grown up man having reached the age of 25 and not exceeded the age of 30, and a black dog with smooth hair. Prepare wine for ritual. It must be kept within a week, with faded lilies of valley, seven torns and seven peach leaves added.

Amulet of Qaasimol must be made of silver and initiated at night before Wednesday. Mars must be seen in the sky then. Then rise not opening your eyes and run around the circle in the counterclockwise direction, keeping.

Having come to yourself, find the amulet, hang it on your neck and leave this place. Now start the action. The ritual place should be a stone room without windows, no less than 40 steps in length and in width.

Pour wine into the chalice and drink from it with such words:. The last line pronounce four times, then seeing that the eyes of the victim are open and full of dread pierce his heart with the dagger, having driven it between his ribs. Then let the dog lick away the blood from the wound to the last drop, and as it has finished this, kill it with the arrow with iron point.

With a piece of coal draw the circle, the triangle to the west of the circle and signs inside the circle, at the angles of triangle put three candles of black wax, and in the center of the circle dig a column into the ground and hang on it the corpse of the dog by the rope of unprocessed leather.

The corpse of the man place inside the triangle, on his breast put the material and the crystal. You will hear a beastly growl from all the sides, the candle flame will turn to blue, and the room enlightened by the candles will dip into gloom. ASMODEUS the Demon of seduction, lie and deceit, the Keeper of the treasury of underworld, appears in the image of King in luxurious clothes, might gift with riches and power all those who address to Him. His sign is a lit oil lamp. Wolves and leopards obey Him.

He is the lord of Werewolves and Genii of the seventy two the highest reasonable creatures of the astral plan. He must be invoked in a room whose walls are covered with red material and on each one of them the Seal should be depicted, having mixed soot with water, in which an innocent infant had been drowned, the altar must be pentagonal and on it stirax and ambra must be lit up in cups of copper.

His image is rain of pus, clouding gloom and black vortex with light from within. Under His power are gates and boundaries between the worlds and He might open them. He must be invoked in a dungeon with a special mirror made of hexagonal piece of human skin placed into a frame of copper. On the one side of the mirror the seal should be carved with heated iron, the other side serves as a place that the wizard must look at.

The skin must be driven from the back of a slave having escaped or a robber, after that they must cut off his arms, legs, head and penis and the pieces of his body must be drowned in a standing water. Having sacrificed a black lamb, pour the floor of the dungeon with blood from its body holding it by its back legs so that it turns out a circle broken in its eastern side.

Before the invocation put on iron shoes. To sustain the fire use a coffin where a deadmen was lying no less than three months. Having done all that enter to the circle and take the mirror with your two hands by the frame not touching the skin. The invocation of Astaroth:. Having these words spoken you will see in the mirror jaws full of teeth as if they were knitted of gloom. The dungeon walls might vanish and there will be gloom behind. His qualities are the highest cruelty and Steadiness, his images are iron furnace and huge dried tree.

Simple and horrific is its meaning. The five triples hidden within it are the numbers of birth of death, but not of life. His image is open book. He might arise as a wiseman dressed in black with shaven head. He has no Seal, because he incarnates the faceless and nameless side of Evil, and it is ever penetrating.

There are no special methods of invocation of him, therefore usually the Bell of the Evil or a human sacrifice by all the rules. Rats obey him, he also reigns over the hunger and the dry. Satan the denial, and Belial the treachery are the two facets of Samael, but not the Original Evil Spirits. The image of the first one is black cock, the image of the second one is human with wings. The prayer sounds so: These are the Beings of the Second Face. Are chronic conditions such as diabetes. Wash all fruit and vegetables before eating.

In women at high risk i. Folic acid supplementation Women should take a 0. For patients not planning to become pregnant. Women receiving live viral vaccines such as MMR and varicella should be advised against becoming pregnant within 28 days of vaccination. Other — such as syphilis. Herpes simplex. Healthy environments Repeated exposure to hazardous toxins in the household and workplace environment can affect fertility and increase the risk of miscarriage and birth defects.

Healthy weight. If previous vaccination history or infection is uncertain. Recommend regular. Recommended vaccinations are: Refer to Australian food standards at www. Supplement use was lower in mothers without tertiary qualifications and in those living in more disadvantaged and remote areas.

Population health surveys in three states New South Wales — Australian Capital Territory —08 and Tasmania showed that about half of all Australian mothers took folic acid supplements just prior to and during their first trimester of pregnancy.

Health inequity About half of women in Victoria. Pre-conception care resources for GPs and patients Address risk factors using Pregnancy Lifescripts resources are in process of being updated in New South Wales and South Australia supplement their diet with folate periconceptionally.

Evidence exists to suggest improved cognitive ability in children of mothers who quit smoking during gestation III.

The risk of harm to the foetus is highest when there is high. Pharmacotherapy should be considered when a pregnant woman is otherwise unable to quit. This figure is lower in: Strategy As per general principles as discussed in Section I: Women should be informed that illicit drugs may harm foetuses and advised to avoid use.

The risk of harm to the foetus is likely to be low if a woman has consumed only small amounts of alcohol before she knew she was pregnant. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition 13 Table 1.

Iodine supplementation All women who are pregnant. Table 2. In order to identify patients who may potentially benefit from genetic testing.

A family history should ideally extend to three generations. What should be done? How often? The presence of genetically determined disease may be suggested by increased frequency and early onset of cancers in families. Testing often involves complex ethical. Breast cancer Colon cancer See Section 9. GPs should consider referral to or consultation with a genetic service general or cancer genetics for testing because test results. Other genetic tests are appropriate for certain conditions where the individual is considered to be at increased risk A.

Age of onset of disease and age of death should be recorded where available. Possible consanguinity cousins married to each other should be explored. Waiting lists for genetic services are usually more than 1 month.

Testing children in affected families is generally not recommended until age 18 years unless symptomatic. B Test couple prior to pregnancy or in first trimester 61—63 In first or second trimester 63—67 In first or second trimester 64 At first presentation Ashkenazi Jewish backgrounds who are consanguineous cousins married to each other If patient is pregnant.

Children of CY heterozygotes should only be tested if the other parent has the CY mutation. If HFE mutation identified. If these are positive. Other first-degree relatives of CY heterozygotes should be tested with iron studies. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition Who is at risk? References Offer referral for genetic counselling and testing III.

Indian subcontinent. Central and South East Asian. African including Americas and Caribbean. Second trimester serum screening: B Seek advice from haematology or genetic services about deoxyribonucleic acid DNA testing especially for alphathalassaemia carriers Fragile X syndrome Increased risk Children or adults of either sex with one or more of the following features: Middle Eastern.

References Mean corpuscular volume. Pacific Islander. A Any age for diagnosis New Zealand Maori. Southern European. Lower rates of breastfeeding and shorter duration of breastfeeding have been reported for mothers in a variety of disadvantaged backgrounds including single.

Higher mortality rates in infancy and childhood including deaths from neonatal hypoxia. Recommendations in this section are largely drawn from expert consensus and parental values. Health inequity Compared with non-Indigenous Australians. The Australian data was summarised in Alan Hayes in Preventive activities in children and young people Early intervention Prevention and promotion in the early years. Mothers from lower socioeconomic backgrounds have fewer and less regular antenatal visits.

Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition 3. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children are three times more likely to die before their first birthday. Indigenous Australian mothers are eight times more likely than non-Indigenous mothers to receive inadequate antenatal care and rates of breastfeeding are lower in Indigenous than non-Indigenous communities. On the other hand. There are large numbers of vulnerable children in the mid-socioeconomic range of the population and it is the size of this group that justifies universal intervention.

This includes the risks to baby of passive smoking. UV exposure. Introduction of solids: Support and appropriately promote breastfeeding C see Table 3. To be introduced by the Australian Government in Details not available at the time of publication. Encourage regular dental reviews Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition Table 3.

Acknowledging that parents are the best source of information about their own children. The value of such discussions is clear. In the earliest years. Velocities are more important than the centile position of single measurements.


Developmental milestone assessments are outlined in the Child Health Record. Further information on the Ages and Stages Questionnaire is at http: This uncertainty merits frank discussion. Parents value reviewing completed growth charts.

This risk is reduced after age 3 years. Further information on the PEDS questionnaire can be accessed at www. Multiple measurements have the further advantage of allowing inaccurate measurements to become evident as outliers. The information gathered helps the GP gain a better understanding of the progress of each child. This is because centile lines are crowded together in the preschool ages. PND is known to have an unfavourable impact on the quality of attachment and family functioning.

Oral hygiene. Once infants are mobile. The risk will be minimised if clinicians remember that in the preschool years. Examples of moderate activities are a brisk walk. It can be accumulated throughout the day and can include light activity such as standing up. This can be built up throughout the day with a variety of activities. Active play is the best way for young children to be physically active.

The Universal Child Health Check at age 3 years will replace the current Healthy Kids Check at age 4 years — this is to be introduced by the Australian Government in details not available at the time of publication. Various screening tests that are feasible in primary care are used to identify visual impairment among children.

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Because BMI changes with age. See also www. The Healthy Kids Check must include the following basic physical examinations and assessments: These include visual acuity tests.

BMI-for-age percentile is not a direct measure of adiposity. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition m 25 Mental. Celebrating strengths. Planned health checks in middle-aged adults have been demonstrated to improve the frequency of management of smoking. Patients should be offered these opportunistically.

Arrange follow-up is recommended as a guide to their delivery in primary healthcare. Assist and Agree. Appendix 5. Use clinical audit to identify patients who have not had preventive activity.

Recall to practice or opportunistically arrange a health check. Implementation Health inequity Individual behavioural counselling is most likely to be effective for patients from disadvantaged backgrounds if linked to community resources and if financial and access barriers are addressed.

Provider attitudes are also important in building self-efficacy among patients from these groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and low SES patients have higher risk of disease, but are less likely to be offered preventive interventions.

Strategies Strategies to increase screening and effective motivational and behavioural interventions in this group are discussed in the RACGP green book. Preventive activities in older age Older people are at increased risk of multiple chronic conditions that may impair their function and quality of life. Those living alone are particularly vulnerable. Their health problems may be exacerbated by poor nutrition, lack of physical activity and lack of sun exposure. Older people may rely on the help and support of family and carers.

Carers, particularly carers for people with dementia or depression, are at risk of depression, anxiety, emotional distress, loneliness and isolation but their healthcare needs are often overlooked. Carer support resources are helpful for carer wellbeing and may delay the need for the older person to be relocated to a residential facility.

This includes organising wills, power of attorney and an advance care plan. Medication-related problems may cause unnecessary hospital admission, adverse drug reactions and other adverse outcomes for people living in the community. Vulnerability factors include: GPs may consider a pharmacist medication review. The most successful interventions have been delivered by small numbers of pharmacists working in close liaison with primary care doctors III,C.

A review of the combined anticholinergic load and sedative load of the medications may also be done, as anticholinergic and sedative loads increase the rate of confusion and other adverse side effects. Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccination 23vPPV is recommended for the prevention of invasive pneumococcal disease II,B.

Vaccination should be done opportunistically. One dose is currently recommended except for those who have a condition that predisposes them to an increased risk of invasive pneumococcal disease. See http: A single dose of zoster vaccine is recommended for adults aged 60 years and over II,B See also Section 6. Advice about moderate physical activity is recommended for all older people, A. Urinary incontinence There are many fall risk-assessment tools.

Have you had two or more falls in the past 12 months? The usefulness of timing this test as a predictor of falls has been questioned. The alternate step test measures how quickly an older person can alternate steps left.

Are you having difficulty with walking or balance? If the answers to any of these are positive: Are you presenting following a fall? The Quickscreen assessment tool. The repeated chair standing test measures how quickly an older person can rise from a chair five times without using the arms.

In either case. In some states and territories. There is no evidence that screening of asymptomatic older people results in improved vision. C and consider routinely prescribing vitamin D unless contraindicated for all older people living in residential aged care I.

People at greater risk of visual loss are older people and those with diabetes and a family history of vision impairment. Exercise programs targeting nonEnglish speaking patients may need to address cultural norms about appropriate levels of physical activity. They are often accompanied by isolation. Annual questioning about hearing impairment is recommended with people aged 65 years and over B.

When a person has dementia. References Average risk No evidence of benefit from screening II. B Every 12 months Table 5. Counselling and education are important. Management priorities will vary from patient to patient. There is no evidence that screening asymptomatic older people results in improvements in vision. Depression and dementia may co-exist. Other clues are missed appointments receptionist often knows.

A review has suggested that there is sufficient evidence now for clinicians to recommend the following strategies for early intervention and prevention of dementia: Section 8: Prevention of vascular and metabolic disease and Section Psychosocial — The Instrumental Activities of Daily Living at www. See also Section 7: Prevention of chronic disease. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition 33 Table 5. Not everyone with dementia has memory problems as an initial symptom C.

Undertake cognitive assessment using: All screening instruments used to assess dementia in general practice have high rates of overdiagnosis false positives and underdiagnosis false negatives. Communicable diseases GPs have an important role in the prevention and management of communicable diseases.

HIV infection or a haematological malignancy. Please note that varicella and zoster are notifiable diseases with or without the need for pathology testing. Vaccination for special high-risk groups Adults or children who develop asplenia.

This includes advice on prevention. GPs should advocate immunisation and counter the common misunderstandings and antivaccine campaigns. This role has become almost completely automated by pathology laboratories as a result of advances in information technology. The GP may still need to ensure notification has occurred on occasions where a clinical diagnosis is made. There may be other vaccines that are not funded but are recommended in the Australian Immunisation Handbook.

Updates on communicable diseases and notification requirements are available from the Australian Department of Health and Ageing at www. A list of state-specific notifiable infectious diseases is also available from state health department websites.

Thus GPs need to be aware of groups with lower levels of age-appropriate immunisation including: Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition Table 6.

It can be given regardless of timing of previous DT. Rotavirus vaccines are time limited and differ in number of doses and timing: The dTpa vaccine can be given at any time after DT and dTpa may be given again 10 years after previous dTpa.

Under 14 years Varicella: Infants whose mothers are hepatitis B surface antigen positive should be given hepatitis B immunoglobulin within 12 hours of birth. Only Influvac or Vaxigrip influenza vaccines are suitable for use from the age of 6 months. Table 6. Please refer to the Australian Immunisation Handbook for details. To maximise the protection of infants. The patient may not disclose the truth to avoid embarrassment. It may also be appropriate to screen for other STIs.

Investigations should be explained. This may be by a direct approach from the patient or their treating health professional. Sexual health consultation Many patients and doctors do not like discussing sexual histories even when the patient is requesting STI testing. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition Immunisation information resources include: Contact tracing is an important part of the management of most STIs.

Notification should be made as prescribed by the department of health in your state or territory. Issues to cover include current sexual activity. It is possible to report direct to the Therapeutic Goods Administration from anywhere in Australia by telephoning While taking a sexual history is an important part of the assessment and management of STIs.

It is important to detect it early in order to minimise potential complications. Urine or genital swab for chlamydia II. B B Serology for HIV. Men who have sex with men MSM should be screened for gonorrhoea. HIV and syphilis is low for heterosexuals in all major cities in Australia and New Zealand but rates of gonorrhoea and syphilis may be higher in remote community settings. Men who have multiple sexual contacts should be screened more often.

B Sexual contacts from the last 6 months of infected women and men Test and treat contacts presumptively II. HIV and syphilis. A For how far back to trace.

Please refer to tables for guidance. A Every 12 months There is good evidence that all pregnant women at risk should be screened for hepatitis B. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition 39 Table 6. A systematic review has shown that providing patient-delivered partner therapy to index cases is more effective in reducing infection rates than paper-based methods of contact tracing.

Young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have the highest infection rates. B Urine. See www. Referral to a sexual health clinic may provide improved contact tracing and should be considered for problematic repeated infections.

Screening of sexually active women under age 25 years for chlamydia on an annual basis has been shown to halve the infection and complication rates Notification rates per have increased from Gonorrhoea microscopy. False positive gonorrhoea results can occur. There is also an increased risk of gonorrhoea and syphilis among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Prevention of chronic disease The SNAP risk factors are common among patients attending general practice.

It consists of: A systematic approach to identifying chronic disease can be more effective as a larger number of eligible subjects are identified and assisted. Interventions to improve physical activity among socially disadvantaged patients need to be linked to community programs that improve the physical environment and opportunities to exercise and to programs that remove cost barriers.

Most disadvantaged groups have significantly higher smoking rates. These higher rates are a product of social. People living in remote and very remote areas are about 1. In Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are still nearly twice as likely as non-Indigenous people to be current daily smokers. Individual behavioural counselling is most likely to be effective for patients from disadvantaged backgrounds if linked to community resources and if financial and access barriers are addressed.

Smoking status varies by education level. Smoking is one of the preventable risk factors to show the greatest inequities across groups. References Average risk Ask about quantity and frequency of smoking I. C Table 7. Non-judgemental enquiry about smoking is associated with greater patient satisfaction.

Offer smoking cessation advice. To assess nicotine dependence: If the parent is unable to quit advise to: At each antenatal visit III. Agree on quit goals. New Zealand smoking cessation guidelines at www.

This should include: Appendix 9. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition 43 Implementation At an individual patient level. Every 2 years IV. D BMI on its own may be misleading. Offer individual or group-based education on nutrition and physical activity II.

GPs and their teams can influence smoking rates by systematically providing opportunistic advice and offering support to all attending patients who smoke. Preventive activities in children and young people III. Overweight and obesity in adults — a guide for general practitioners. Start a lifestyle program that includes reduced caloric intake aiming for Kcal or KJ energy deficit and increased physical activity increasing to 60 minutes of moderate-intensity 5 days per week supported by behavioural counselling.

BMI of 25 or greater conveys increased risk Agree on goals. The measurement is taken at the end of normal expiration. Changes in the balance between energy intake increasing and energy expenditure decreasing have been identified as major contributors to rising obesity. Weight reduction 1. Advise that weight loss can have health benefits. Make contact visits. There is little consensus on the relative importance of dietary intake compared with physical activity.

After achieving initial weight loss. Provide self-help nutrition education materials and refer to a dietitian or group diet program II. References Average risk Ask about number of portions of fruits and vegetables eaten per day.

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See Section 7. Overweight for dietary recommendations for overweight and obesity II. Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition 45 7. Preventive activities in children and young people for nutrition-related recommendations. There are also dietary guidelines for children and adolescents: Dietary guidelines for children and adolescents in Australia.

Take care to: Routine screening for vitamin D deficiency is not recommended in low-risk populations. The Heart Foundation has a number of nutrition position statements at www. It is recommended that breastfeeding continue until age 12 months and thereafter as long as mutually desired.

C Driving Lifescripts provide guidance on portions and what foods to eat at www. Provide interventions using brief motivational interviewing targeted at high-risk use I. Introduction and Section 7: C 44 Opportunistically III. Short-term risks stem from the risks of accidents and injuries occurring immediately after drinking.

References Low risk Ask about the quantity and frequency of alcohol intake II. Advise young people aged 15—17 years to delay drinking as long as possible III. Advise children aged under 15 years not to drink III.

Every 2—4 years III. Opportunistically III. For healthy men and women. Those with at-risk patterns of alcohol consumption should be offered brief advice to reduce their intake A. A full range of Lifescripts resources have been produced for use with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples at www. C — Opportunistically III. Advise that non-drinking is the safest option but weigh up pros and cons for each individual I.

Consider use of pedometer to assess step count per day III. It is recommended that at least 60 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity such as brisk walking every day may be required.

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Exercise physiologists are listed at www. Prevention of vascular and metabolic disease. Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander peoples. The amount of activity for weight loss is greater. Physical Activity Lifescript. Every visit IV.

Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice 8th edition 49 7. C Question regarding current level of activity and readiness to be more active III. The Heart Foundation is at http: Refer to an exercise or physical activity program: Every 2 years III. References Average risk Question regarding current level of activity II. Low income and education are generally associated with worse biological risk factors for CVD. The incidence of end-stage renal disease ESRD among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples varies from up to 30 times the national incidence in some remote areas to around double in some urban areas.

Most of the risk of these conditions can be attributed to smoking. Preventive care may be more commonly offered to low socioeconomic groups. This is only partly mediated by behavioural risk factors and is more consistently observed for women.

There is evidence that men from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds may be less likely to be offered statins. Little regional variation occurs within Australia. South-East Asia. Prevention of chronic disease for a discussion of the relationship between behavioural risk factors and social disadvantage.

The behavioural risk factors include smoking. In addition to these. Health inequity Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. On-therapy measures of BP and cholesterol may underestimate absolute risk and thus recently recorded pre-treatment measures may be more appropriate to use if available.

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