Right now, animal shelter “Ulubele” Read more The “Dzīvnieku pansija Ulubele” (Ulubele Animal Sanctuary) non-commercial society has been established in 2005 and has since become one of the biggest and most well-known shelters in Latvia.
Right now, animal shelter “Ulubele” is home to, at least, 300 animals: about 200 dogs and 100 cats.
The clinical evaluation of gastrointestinal bleeding depends on the hemodynamic status of the patient and the suspected source of the bleeding.
Patients presenting with upper gastrointestinal or massive lower gastrointestinal bleeding, postural hypotension, or hemodynamic instability require inpatient stabilization and evaluation.
Although studies have shown that CAM usage is highly prevalent among cancer patients, no study on the prevalence of CAM in Singaporean adult cancer patients had been published.
Patients and methods: 403 adult cancer patients treated at the Ambulatory Treatment Unit of National Cancer Centre Singapore completed an interviewer-administered questionnaire.
Since its establishment, the shelter took part in many charitable events and actions, collaborating with a lot of organizations with the same goal – to help animals.
Among the most popular events was the Summer Big Work (“Vasaras lielais darbs”) that took place in the shelter in July 2016 and has gathered more than a thousand volunteers – a record which is yet to be beaten by other Latvian shelters.
Fifty-six percent of patients reported CAM usage and the most commonly used CAM include Traditional Chinese Medicine, bird's nest and special diet.
The “Dzīvnieku pansija Ulubele” (Ulubele Animal Sanctuary) non-commercial society has been established in 2005 and has since become one of the biggest and most well-known shelters in Latvia.
It has pledged to protect the rights of animals and help those pets that have not yet found a new home, with the shelter’s workers and volunteers doing their best to do it as fast as possible.
Hospitalization is required in patients who are hemodynamically unstable or elderly, and those who have comorbidities.
These patients usually are admitted in an intensive care setting, based on risk stratification criteria Adapted with permission from Zuckerman GR, Prakash C, Askin MP, Lewis BS.