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  • Welcome to Occupational Health Prime Forum (OHP Forum)
    OHPrime has a vision of creating the first Nigerian and West African online community for Occupational Health and Safety. We intend bringing all core and allied professionals together to one portal where issues related to our interests can be discussed.

    Our site is free to use and includes professionals and non-professionals with keen interests from different parts of the world.

    Private enthusiasts and relevant user groups are welcome. The site is usefull as a white board for announcements, events, a blog for ongoing debates and a reminder for meetings, etc.

    Although our web shop is not fully operational, the website could be used as a portal for online registration for conferences, paying subscriptions, levies and other fees.
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  • Occupational Health Prime Ebola Support Team (OHP-EST)
    The Ebola Viral Disease epidemic has remained of global concern since onset as it has shown how truly small a village the entire world has become. A single air flight, couriered blood sample, venepuncture, nursing or domestic care and other mundane actions all with good intent could lead to increased morbidity and mortality.

    The West African Ebola outbreaks have devastated families and communities, but the infection can be controlled through early detection, use of recommended protective measures, adequate contact tracing and medical care.

    The WHO, CDC, MSF, relevant government and non-government authorities are coordinating a global response to the latest outbreaks in Africa.

    Occupational Health prime (OHPrime) has identified a need to participate in this venture and has set up an OHprime Ebola Support Team (OHP-EST).

    Join the list of professionals and let's lend our support.

    Welcome to OHP-EST forum
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  • NOTICE to the Nigerian Public
    Senova Dediatest Ebola Test Kit
    Our kits are not available for sale directly to the public.
    They are to be used as an aid and are not DIAGNOSTIC and should be used ONLY by clinically responsible medical professionals.

    For Ebola diagnosis, Please refer to the WHO "Map of laboratories involved in EVD diagnosis" http://www.who.int/csr/disease/ebola/EDPLN-labs.jpg

    The Dediatest Ebola kit has undergone extensive research and testing at the Senova Immunoassay laboratory with very good results. To further corroborate these findings and in pursuit of further evidence, our kits have been submitted to the European Mobile Laboratory (EMLab). Further validatory tests on live ebola patients ongoing in Geuckodeu, Guinea are in process. We will update you as events unfold.

    Limitations
    1. The SENOVA Ebola Test Device (serum/plasma/whole blood) is for In vitro use only. The test should be used for the detection of Ebola antigen in Serum, Plasma or Whole blood specimen.

    2. The SENOVA Ebola Test Device (serum/plasma/whole blood) will only indicate the presence of Ebola antigen in the specimen and should not be used as the sole criteria for the diagnosis of Ebola infection.

    3. For confirmation, further analysis of the specimens should be performed, such as ELISA and/or western blot analysis. As with all diagnostic tests, all results must be interpreted together with other clinical information available to the physician.

    4. If the test result is negative and clinical symptoms persist, additional follow-up tests using other clinical methods are recommended. A negative result at any time does not preclude the possibility of Ebola infections.

    PCR Testing
    Occupational Health prime or any of our affiliates do not provide PCR tests for the Ebola viral disease in Nigeria. We can provide you with further information on the subject or signpost you to the relevant Government bodies.

    IR Thermometers
    Our thermometers are calibrated and have evidence of calibration.
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  • Senova Ebola Test Device
    The SENOVA Ebola Test Device (Serum/Plasma/ Whole blood) is a rapid qualitative, membrane based chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of Ebola Virus in serum, plasma or whole blood.

    Principle
    The membrane is pre-coated with capture reagent on the test line region of the test. During testing, the whole blood, serum or plasma specimen reacts with the particle coated with anti-Ebola antibodies.

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    Do you have any queries on the Senova Ebola Test Kits.

    Post your questions and queries here and get a response directly from Senova scientists.
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  • OGUK - Oil and Gas UK Offshore Medical Assessments
    The OGUK (Oil & Gas UK) Offshore Medicals was formerly known as UKOOA

    The OGUK Offshore Medical is required by law in order to work offshore in UK waters. It is valid for two years and allows you to work in the UK sector or the North Sea.

    This type of medical involves:
    • A questionnaire
    • Blood pressure and pulse reading
    • Vision test
    • Colour vision test
    • Hearing test – Audiometry
    • Height and weight check, in order to calculate your BMI
    • Urinalysis – routine urine test with immediate result
    • Peak flow measurement
    • Assessment of the comprehensive medical, social and occupational history
    Full Clinical Examination + Dental Health Assessment and consultation with a doctor

    However, further testing or specialist assessments may be done if preliminary findings are not conclusive. These other tests include:
    Escape through a standard sized escape hatch
    Blood tests
    ECG (with cardiologist review)

    Let's talk about OGUK...
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