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GOBIERNO REGIONAL VISITÓ DISTRITOS DE OXAPAMPA PARA COORDINAR ACCIONES DE PREVENCIÓN

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Ante posibles emergencias por intensas lluvias:

A través de su Oficina de Gestión de Riesgo y Centro de Operaciones de Emergencia, el Gobierno Regional Pasco, realizó una visita de verificación a los puntos propensos a deslizamiento, huaycos entre otras emergencia, de los diferentes distritos de la provincia de Oxapampa; todo ello con el objetivo de prevenir los efectos de las intensas lluvias que se registran en esta época del año, y prevenir así la integridad física de las personas.

Hechas las coordinaciones respectivas con el Director Sub Regional de Defensa Civil y Seguridad Ciudadana - Javier Macha Manrique, el Director Regional de Gestión de Riesgo - Ing. Zómeli Díaz Simeón junto al coordinador del COER Pasco - Marco Salazar Huayllpa, desarrollaron reuniones técnicas con los Alcaldes, Gerentes Municipales y Jefes de Defensa Civil de los distritos Oxapampinos, en relación a las emergencias que se vienen dando en varios centros poblados.

El recorrido permitió visitar a los distritos de Huancabamba, Chontabamba, Constitución, Pozuzo, Puerto Bermúdez, Villa rica e Iscosasin; escenarios donde cada Jefe de Defensa Civil dio a conocer cuáles eran sus puntos de peligro inminente y sus diferentes necesidades en cuanto a proyectos de inversión, proyectos de envergadura y proyectos de emergencia.

Por su parte Zómeli Díaz, inculcó a los técnicos de cada distrito que se hace necesario adjuntar la documentación respectiva para lograr la declaratoria de emergencia por peligro inminente de sus zonas, identificando sus puntos de peligro; recalcando que el compromiso del Gobierno Regional es asesorar y monitorear el cumplimiento y ejecución de los proyectos en favor de la población.

Finalmente se convino que se programaran dos capacitaciones de fortalecimiento de capacidades para los jefes de defensa civil, equipo técnico y funcionarios de los ocho distritos de la provincia de Oxapampa, evento que se desarrollará en el distrito de Villa Rica. 

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  • Enlace al Comentario Michaeltense Lunes, 17 Julio 2017 22:50 publicado por Michaeltense

    Overview
    The navicular bone of the foot is one of the small bones on the mid-foot. The bone is located at the instep, the arch at the middle of the foot. One of the larger tendons of the foot, called the posterior tibial tendon, attaches to the navicular before continuing under the foot and into the forefoot. This tendon is a tough band of tissue that helps hold up the arch of the foot. If there is an accessory navicular, it is located in the instep where the posterior tibial tendon attaches to the real navicular bone.



    Causes
    Let us see the reasons why the tendon or the bone would get aggravated. Ankle or foot sprain, irritation of the bone caused by footwear, overusing the foot, quite common in athletes and dancers. People born with this extra bone are also known develop flat feet which also adds to the strain on the posterior tibial tendon and lead to the syndrome.

    Symptoms
    Adolescence is a common time for the symptoms to first appear. This is a time when bones are maturing and cartilage is developing into bone. Sometimes, however, the symptoms do not occur until adulthood. The signs and symptoms of accessory navicular syndrome include a visible bony prominence on the midfoot (the inner side of the foot, just above the arch) Redness and swelling of the bony prominence. Vague pain or throbbing in the midfoot and arch, usually occurring during or after periods of activity.

    Diagnosis
    The diagnosis begins with a complete history and physical examination by your surgeon. Usually the condition is suggested by the history and the tenderness over the area of the navicular. X-rays will usually be required to allow the surgeon see the accessory navicular. Generally no other tests are required.

    Non Surgical Treatment
    Treatment options for a painful accessory navicular can include anti-inflammatory medications, rest, arch support structures in the shoe, or use of a cast or splint. Severe cases may require surgery.



    Surgical Treatment
    Once the navicular inflammation has lessened it is not necessary to perform surgery unless the foot becomes progressively flatter or continues to be painful. For these children, surgery can completely correct the problem by removing the accessory navicular bone and tightening up the posterior tibial tendon that attaches to the navicular bone. The strength of this tendon is integral to the success of this surgery as well as the arch of the foot. Following surgery the child is able to begin walking on the foot (in a cast) at approximately two weeks. The cast is worn for an additional four weeks. A small soft ankle support brace is then put into the shoe and worn with activities and exercise for a further two months.

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