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Dr.Jennifer Walden MD,PLLC,is a Plastic Surgeon approved by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and she been classified as the elite female plastic surgeon in Austin,Texas.
Her expertise lies in Cosmetic Surgery.
She transitioned from New York City to Austin,Texas because she wanted her twin sons to be brought up near family.
She is a highly acclaimed representative of American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery as well, as a prominent associate of American Society of Plastic Surgeons and a Fellow of American College of Surgeons.
Dr.Jennifer Walden actively participates on the Board of Directors for the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and is Commissioner of Communications where she overlooks the correspondence for this major pandemic ally definitive professional association.
She also holds the position as a news representative concurrently for American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
In 2014,she has been acknowledged as one of esteemed Texas Super Doctors as presented in Texas Monthly and was declared as a reputable surgeon in Harper’s Bazaar, as one of the nation’s 24 Best Beauty Surgeons in the United States.
In New York City she was an accompanying plastic surgeon at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Department and had the collegiate position of Clinical Instructor of surgery at Langone Medical Center.
Today she owns her own business Walden Cosmetic Surgery Center in Austin, Texas and conducts her routine in her own fully recognized office and surgical arena at Westlake Medical Center, where she and her dedicated assistants are committed to preserving the utmost quality of patient safety and personal medical concerns pre and post surgical.
She also has total access to perform medical services at Westlake Medical Center, Seton Hospital, Hill Country Memorial Hospital in Marble Falls where she has not long ago revealed a satellite cosmetic surgery clinic.
Dr.Jennifer Walden is one of a very few of board ascertained female surgeons in Texas.

Dr. Sergio Cortes wants people to be informed of the Zika virus, its symptoms, how to prevent it and what to do if you think you are afflicted with the virus. This is why Dr. Sergio Cortes has published a complete page that is focused solely on discussing the Zika virus and its effects on his official website.
Sergio Cortes begins his description on sergiocortesoficial.com of the Zika virus by describing its origins and spread. Zika is thought to have originated somewhere in Africa in countries such as Uganda, Tanzania and Sierra Leone. Later the Zika virus spread to Asia and was confirmed in the countries of India and Thailand.

In 2015, Zika was confirmed in North, Central and South America, with Brazil, Columbia and Mexico being hit the hardest. The potential for Zika to spread rapidly throughout Central, North and South America made the World Health Organization label Zika as a possible pandemic virus that could rapidly spread and infect millions of individuals.

The Symptoms Of The Zika Virus

The Zika virus is non-life threatening most of the time. Symptoms of the disease often subside within a period of three to seven days. Symptoms of the Zika virus can be different from person to person, but medical experts have singled out fever, rashes and muscle aches and pains as the prime symptoms of being infected with the Zika virus.

Due to the very general symptoms of the Zika virus, it is difficult to gauge whether a person actually has the virus or is ill with another virus such as dengue fever or chikungunya. Zika, dengue, and chikungaya are all considered to be tropical diseases and they are all spread by a common vector, the Aedes Aegypti mosquito.

Dr. Cortes says that if you think you have Zika, it is best to see a doctor right away. Diagnosis of Zika, Sergio Cortes admits has a long way to go. In Brazil, only a handful of medical facilities have the capability to accurately diagnose whether a patient has the virus or not. For now, medical staff must rely on just monitoring symptoms and finding out where the patients have been to diagnose whether a person has Zika or not.

Zika In Brazil

The Zika outbreak in Brazil began in April of last year. Since the first reported case of Zika in April, the number of reported and confirmed cases has risen. While the virus itself is not dangerous, the links between birth defects and possible neurological disorders such as Guillain-Barré syndrome appearing after the virus has passed is very worrisome to health officials. The health department of Brazil is doing research on Zika and trying to fast track a possible cure for the disease which is in the later stages of development right now.

Coriant is a dynamic company in the market when it comes to innovative networking technology that serves over 100 countries (1). It’s technology boast an impressive history that is derived from Siemens Optical Networks, Tellabs, and Sycamore Networks (2). The company specializes in hardware and software for optical transmission (2) serving hundreds of thousands of networks worldwide (1).

For those unfamiliar with Coriant, they offer a variety of services including those for “video, cloud, and mobility applications (4).” They also service more than 500 customers which include “service providers, enterprises, and cloud/data center operators (4).” Coriant offers a variety of products which include Packet Optical Transport Solutions, Software Defined Networking, Intelligent Network Management, Edge Routing Solutions, and MSPP and Cross-Connect Solutions (4).

You may have already heard much of this information since the company’s debut in 2013, but do you know about Coriant’s new CEO, Shaygan Kheradpir? What does he bring to the table of this already impressive company?

Shaygan Kheradpir’s resume speaks volumes for itself with over 28 years of experience, he comes to Coriant with a wealth of knowledge and background in order to enhance Coriant, an already vibrant company. He began his training for his career with an impressive engineering Ph.D. from Cornell University(3).

Kheradpir’s prior work experience has been with giants in the market such as Verizon and Barclays. His work with Verizon really stands out in this sector as he was an executive leader in the team heading up Verizon’s Fios, a 20 million dollar venture (3). At Barclays, he also held a leadership position in the company’s TRANSFORM program (3).

Coriant really seems to have found a gem in Kheradpir to fit into their already outstanding team of proven executives, including their vice-chairman Pat DiPietro.

Coriant’s combined 35 years of technology backing, along with excellent new and existing leadership, should help continue to prove themselves and provide excellent service to it’s clients as it competes in this fast paced world-wide networking market (1).

For additional information, be sure to check out Coriant’s website and Kheradpir’s bio to learn more about the new leadership of the company.

References:
(1)http://www.coriant.com/company/index.asp
(2)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coriant
(3)https://www.coriant.com/company/bios/Shaygan_Kheradpir.pdf
(4)http://www.coriant.com/company/documents/Brochure_Coriant_Company_Overview_74C0041.pdf

The Brazilian Minister of Health has just deployed 200,000 troops throughout Brazil and especially in the concentrating on the city of Xerém in the state of Duque de Caxiasc. State Sec. of Health Dr. Sergio Cortes is holed up in his “situation room”as he monitors all the information coming in from the seven dengue hydration stations and emergency shelters that have recently been erected in his state. Dr. Cortes is comparing the numbers of Zika verse infections in the area and trying to figure out how to best control the health crisis. The Secretary of Health Sergio Cortes has taken a proactive stance on twitter against the Aedes aegypti mosquito. It seems that this inset, the Aedes aegypti mosquito, the female to be exact, this by far the biggest transmitter of a virus in the region. After all the torrential rains and flooding that has besieged this area of Brazil lately, there is an incredible amount of contaminated water that has been left standing and is becoming a breeding grounds for this aggressive bitting mosquito. Dr. Sergio Cortes is also coordinating the evaluation teams that his state has sent out and are working directly under his control.
According to Extra.Global, the teams will be seeking to decontaminate the waters by applying disinfectants. In addition to the disinfectants applied by the teams the local residents are also being instructed on contamination measures and techniques. Local residents have been armed with 10,000 bottles of sodium hypochlorite by authorities so they can go out and help with the disinfection.

Combating the Aedes aegypti mosquito makes great sense for Brazil as the 1st of the 24 countries that have suddenly started to experience the vigorous spreading of the Zika virus. The Zika virus has been causing alarm in Latin America and now has spread to the North American continent by infecting people in Mexico and the United States. The Brazilian authorities are at the heart of the world health crisis and authorities like Dr. Sergio Cortes already have become experts in dealing with dengue, hepatitis A and the Chikungunya virus which are also spread by the Aedes aegypti mosquito. By gathering samples and training the locals and help supply disinfectants needed to clean up the leftover water Dr. Cortes is really attacking this health issue on Linked In in its root. Scientifically the research that is being done in Brazil will soon be available to assist in the widespread prevention of this outbreak from becoming a full-blown pandemic.

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