Mediclinic Family Magazine

Mediclinic Family magazine is Mediclinic’s dynamic quarterly magazine. It combines a mix of inspirational stories, medical breakthroughs and in-depth information on procedures and tests.

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Mediclinic Family #15 | Winter 2013

In this issue

Magazine

Man in the Mirror

Losing 20kg not only changed ProVerb’s body, but also his outlook on life. Here he shares his transformational journey and recipe for success.

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Our nursing units are designed to minimise the distance between nursing staff and patients.
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  • We use the internationally recognised Oxford Vermont Network to keep our neonatal critical care units at the forefront of paediatric medicine.
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  • Our corridors are 2.3m wide allowing two beds to pass one another without any interference.
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  • You get 20% of the water your body needs from eating fruit and vegetables.
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  • Mediclinic has the highest number of internationally accredited facilities in Southern Africa.
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  • Our hospitals are designed to minimise ambient noise to promote sleeping and the healing process.
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  • Nurses can observe patients at all times as critical care units are designed like a beehive with the nurses’ station in the middle.
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  • A baby weighing 390g survived thanks to the expertise of Mediclinic’s highly qualified paediatric staff and specialists.
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  • A jumping rope uses almost every muscle in the entire body during exercise.
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  • Our world-class neonatal units feature high frequency oscillatory ventilators to minimise lung trauma in premature babies.
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Magazine

How to bargain with your kids: and win

Every parent has found themselves at a crossroads – caught in a battle of wills with a stubborn child. How can parents navigate these testy waters without resorting to short-term solutions?

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Healthy Life

Window to the womb

There’s nothing like seeing your unborn baby moving and growing in your womb – especially in 3D or 4D clarity. But aside from the emotional benefits, what are doctors looking for during these scans and what does changing technology mean for monitoring your baby’s health?