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The History of Medicalized Circumcision Part 2: 1885-1899 In this brief period, circumcision rapidly transformed from an experimental procedure of antiquity into a nearly unquestioned cure-all for every ailment imaginable. Doctors also began to scrutinize the possible applications towards women as well.
In reference to the promotion of genital cutting by men like Remondino, Hutchinson, Johnson, Freeman, Lehman, and others, Jonathan Cohen (2011) wrote: "one of the most fascinating stories of the institutionalization of medical male circumcision is the discursive use of the Jews as racial proof of the benefits of circumcision, with a complete ignorance of sociological factors."
1885: ~10% of the American male population is circumcised 1887 Lewis Sayre, after promoting preventative circumcision for almost 20 years, finally limited his circumcision advocacy to therapeutic circumcision only rather than "indiscriminate" circumcision. His idea of therapeutic circumcision did still mean overdiagnosing infantile phimosis, but this was still an enormous improvement from his previous influential recommendations of totally non-therapeutic, preventative circumcision. [On the deleterious results of a narrow prepuce and preputial adhesions Trans. Ninth Internat. Med. Congress]
1887 M. A. Rust addressed circumcision in writing about the history of cultural mutilations:
"There is not a single tribe of savages on the face of the globe who do not disfigure parts of their bodies, and hardly a part of the body susceptible of disfigurement which has not been disfigured. This is not done in accordance with individual fancy, but in strict conformity to inexorable tribal rule.
Ornamentation lies at the root of many, but not of all of these mutilations. A great number of them entail such an amount of suffering and torture that, in order to establish them, to enforce submission and co-operation, potencies awful and mysterious must have been at work, striking fear into every individual heart. Once established, the obligation became as automatic as the daily walks of an ant.
Circumcision is the most ancient and widely spread mutilation in existence, and it is practiced in all the five parts of the world, though to the greatest extent in Asia, Africa, and among the savages of Australia. Of civilized nations we note about one hundred and thirty millions of Muhamedans, and about ten millions of Jews, and the Christians of Abyssinia. It was practiced in Mexico at the time of the conquest of Cortez, and, according to the accounts of modern travelers is still in use among Indian tribes in Nicaragua and on the Amazon.
No wonder that the origin of a mutilation so barbarous, so repulsive, and, at the same time, so widely spread and so tenaciously adhered to should have so repeatedly formed an object of inquiry and speculation. Muhamed found circumcision already an ancient usage among many of the Arabian tribes; he took it up for reasons akin to those for which Paul dropped it. It had prevailed, since time immemorial, among the Abyssinians, when they embraced Christianity. Travelers who make inquiries among savage tribes generally obtain for answer that it is a tribal custom which has always been; they cannot conceive why other reasons should be demanded."
[Mutilations. Gaillard's Medical Journal v. 45.]
1887 Angel Money writes:
"There can be no doubt of [masturbation's] injurous effect, and of the proneness to practice it on the part of children with defective brains. Circumcision should always be practiced. It may be necessary to make the genitals so sore by blistering fluids that pain results from attempts to rub the parts."
[Treatment of Disease In Children, Philidelphia: P. Blakiston, 1887. p.421.]
1888 John Harvey Kellogg (yes, the cereal guy) promoted irrational fear of masturbation and "spermatorrhoea." For girls, he warned that masturbation caused breast atrophy, uterine cancer, and insanity. He recommended circumcision and other surgical punishments for both boys and girls to punish and discourage masturbation. He also wrote positively of cauterizing the clitoris with acid to alleviate masturbation in girls. It's notable and often forgotten that he was promoting cutting the genitals of older children rather than infants. He wrote positively of the Jewish practice but also noted its tendency to scar the meatus (meatal stenosis). He advanced the propaganda that ancient genital surgery had always been performed for health. He also advocated the use of male chastity belts. The next entry after circumcision is castration as if to imply it was also the next genital surgical option should circumcision fail to produce the intended result. Like Kellogg, Hutchinson had also suggested castration as the next and more extreme option to cure masturbation.
"In younger children, with whom moral considerations will have no particular weight, other devices may be used. Bandaging the parts has been practiced with success. Tying the hands is also successful in some cases; but this will not always succeed, for they will often contrive to continue the habit in other ways, as by working the limbs, or lying upon the abdomen. Covering the organs with a cage has been practiced with entire success. A remedy which is almost always successful in small boys is circumcision, especially when there is any degree of phimosis. The operation should be performed by a surgeon without administering an anæsthetic, as the brief pain attending the operation will have a salutary effect upon the mind, especially if it be connected with the idea of punishment, as it may well be in some cases. The soreness which continues for several weeks interrupts the practice, and if it had not previously become too firmly fixed, it may be forgotten and not resumed."
"In females, the author has found the application of pure carbolic acid to the clitoris an excellent means of allaying the abnormal excitement, and preventing the recurrence of the practice in those whose will-power has become so weakened that the patient is unable to exercise entire self-control."
[Results of Secret Vice and Treatment for Self-abuse and Its Effects in Plain Facts for Old and Young, Burlington, Iowa, F. Segner & Co. — a longer excerpt from this work]

Chastity belts for boys and girls
1889 Peter Remondino, a San Diego physician and promoter of snake oil read his "A Plea for Circumcision; or, the Dangers that Arise from the Prepuce" at the meeting of the Southern California Medical Society.
"The subject of the paper was itself suggested by a long and personal observation of the changes made in man by circumcision. From the individual observation of cases, it was but natural to wish to enlarge the scope of our observation and comparison; this naturally led to a study of the physical characteristics of the only race that could practically be used for the purpose. This race is the Jewish race. On carefully studying into the subject, I plainly saw that much of their longevity could consistently be ascribed to their more practical humanitarianism, in caring for their poor, their sick, as well as in their generous provision for their unfortunate aged people. The social fabric of the Jewish family is also more calculated to promote long life, as, strangely as it may seem, family veneration and family love and attachment are far more strong and practical among this people than among Christians, this sentiment not being even as strong in the Christian races as it is in the Chinese or Japanese. … Actual observations show them [the Jews] to be exempt from many diseases which affect other races; so that it is not only that they recover more promptly, but that they are not, as a class, subjected to the loss of time by illness, or to the consequent sufferings due to illness or disease, in anything like or like ratio with other people. There is also a less tendency to criminality, debauchery, and intemperance in the race; this, again, can in a measure be ascribed to their family influence, which even in our day has not lost that patriarchal influence which tinges the home or family life in the Old Testament. Crimes against the person or property committed by Jews are rare. They likewise do not figure in either police courts or penitentiary records; they are not inmates of our poor-houses, but, what is also singular, they are never accused of many silly crimes, such as indecent exposures, assaults on young girls…."
1890: ~15% of the American male population is circumcised 1890 Herbert Snow, a London surgeon published a 57-page book, one of the first intactivist volumes of the modern era. He called for "the abolition of an antiquated practice involving the infliction of very considerable suffering upon helpless infants; and sanctioned, on very questionable grounds, by men of eminent authority.
"No sane man who possessed the advantages of a sound and entire prepuce would willingly sacrifice it without just and sufficient cause being shown."
[The Barbarity of Circumcision as a Remedy for Congenital Abnormality. London: J. & A. Churchill.]
The Orificial Surgical Society 1890 The Orificial Surgical Society "was founded by Edwin Hartley Pratt, a surgeon at the Cook County Hospital in Chicago. The organization was largely concerned with orifices below the waist, and provided training for surgery of the prepuce, clitoris, and rectum, the latter organ being given special emphasis. It was obsessed with the idea that most diseases were caused by tightness of the preputial or anal sphincters. … By the 1920s many of the member physicians had their licenses revoked." —Wallerstein Circumcision: An American Health Fallacy 1980:38 — See also: Rutkow IM. Edwin Hartley Pratt and orificial surgery: unorthodox surgical practice in nineteenth century United States. Surgery. 1993. and Moments in surgical history: orificial surgery. Arch Surg. 2001.
1890 William D. Gentry declared that phimosis in men and uterine disorders in women caused insanity, blindness, deafness, dumbness, epilepsy, paralysis and criminal behavior adding that "the genitals of either male or female are the centres of the nervous system". [Nervous derangements produced by sexual irregularities in boys. Trans American Institute of Homeopathy. v.43.]
1890 Jonathan Hutchinson wrote that the foreskin encouraged masturbation and "adds to the difficulties of sexual continence" and can even cause insanity. For evidence of the latter point, he pointed to the case of an anonymous surgeon committed to an insane asylum for compulsive masturbation. Adult circumcision was useful, he wrote, for breaking men of the habit of masturbation, but early childhood circumcision was ideal in his opinion. In closing, he wrote: "Measures more radical than circumcision would, if public opinion permitted their adoption, be a true kindness to many patients of both sexes" referring to the difficulty of getting the general public to accept the idea of doctor's electing to sterilize patients without their consent. [On circumcision as preventive of masturbation. Arch Surgery.]
1890 A review of Pogorelsky's Ritual circumcision of the Hebrews stated:
"As regards the predisposition to the acquirement of neuroses, the foreskin plays the same part in the male as the ovaries in the female." Sayre traced reflex paralysis and contracture of the lower extremeties; Erichsen, spasmodic diseases, to congenital phimosis.
Further, hypochondriacal persons with inclination to commit suicide, individuals who suffer from uro-paraplegia, nervous tremor, chorea minor, neuralgia, hysteria, hallucinations and paresis have been cured by circumcision.
Although circumcised persons contract gonorrhea more easily than uncircumcised, yet syphilis less often; the sexual desire is less in the former, hence crimes against morality are rarer."
Review of Pogorelsky M. Ritual circumcision of the Hebrews in The Medical Times. v.17. 1890.]
1891 Peter C. Remondino published a book of circumcision activism in which he vilified the foreskin at length as a malign influence and "moral outlaw." Repeating the false circumcision-prevents-masturbation meme, Remondino wrote, "the practice of [masturbation] can be asserted as being very rare among the children of circumcised races." According to Remondino excising foreskin would not only discourage boys from masturbating, but immunize them against tuberculosis, cancer, syphilis, polio, idiocy, forgetfulness, impotence, unwanted erections, wet dreams and just about any medical problem you cared to mention.
"The prepuce seems to exercise a malign influence in the most distant and apparently unconnected manner: where, like some of the evil genii or sprites in the Arabian tales, it can reach from afar the object of its malignity, striking him down unawares in the most unaccountable manner; making him a victim to all manner of ills, sufferings, and tribulations; unfitting him for marriage or the cares of business; making him miserable and an object of continual scolding and punishment in childhood, through its worriments and nocturnal enuresis; later on, beginning to affect him with all kinds of physical distortions and ailments, nocturnal pollutions, and other conditions calculated to weaken him physically, mentally, and morally; to land him, perchance, in jail or even in a lunatic asylum. Man's whole life is subject to the capricious dispensations and whims of this Job's-comforts-dispensing enemy of man."
[Remondino PC. History of Circumcision… moral and physical reasons for its performance… and of the different operations practiced upon the prepuce Philadelphia: F. A. Davis. 1891.]
1891 Jefferson C. Crossland writes that:
"In consequence of circumcision the epithelial covering of the glans becomes dry, hard, less liable to excoriation and inflammation, and less pervious to venereal viruses. The sensibility of the glans is diminished, but not sufficiently to interfere with the copulative function of the organ or to constitute an objection...It is well authenticated that the foreskin...is a fruitful cause of the habit of masturbation in children... I conclude that the foreskin is detrimental to health, and that circumcision is a wise measure of hygiene."
[The Hygiene of Circumcision. NYMJ. 1891;53:484-485.]
1892 Circumcision was not the only proposed cure for masturbation. Some physicians such as David Yellowlee detailed another version of punitive and supposedly therapeutic preputial infibulation:
"Some direct operative interference, which shall prevent masturbation and show him that he can live without it, may be of much service. The best form of such interference is so to fix the foreskin that erection becomes painful and erotic impulses very unwelcome. To accomplish this, the prepuce is drawn well forward, the left forefinger inserted within it down to the root of the glans, and a nickel‐plated safety‐pin, introduced from the outside through skin and mucous membrane, is passed horizontally for half an inch or so past the tip of the left finger, and then brought out through mucous membrane and skin so as to fasten outside. Another pin is similarly fixed on the opposite side of the prepuce. With the foreskin thus looped up any attempt at erection causes a painful dragging on the pins, and masturbation is effectually prevented. In about a week some ulceration of the mucous membrane will allow greater movement and with less pain, when the pins can, if needful, be introduced into a fresh place."
It should be pointed out that Yellowlee's advocacy of infibulation was not limited to the treatment of inmates in lunatic asylums, and was, in fact, directed at parents, whose duty, he declared, was to prevent their children from adopting ‘the secret vice’.
[In Tuke DH ed. A Dictionary of Psychological Medicine. Vol. 2. London: J&A Churchill, 1892: 784 – 6]
1893 Mark J. Lehman claimed Jewish boys were healthier. He noted it was "an open question" whether tuberculosis, cancer, syphilis, and "scrofula" were not "one and the same disease," and whether "such a simple measure as general circumcision" would not be the answer to all "insidious and filthy diseases." He called for immediate universal circumcision of all male infants. [A plea for circumcision. Medical Review.]
1893 An unnamed author for The Journal de Medicine de Paris provided a look into popular thought of the day on female circumcision (meaning only non-excisive incision here) writing:
"A certain Dr. Morris, of Boston, the land of Yankee notions, has discovered an ingenious method of making the most waspish and shrewish women models of gentleness and modesty. He proves by statistics that eighty out of one hundred American women of Aryan origin in New England have the gland of the clitoris adherent, in part or totality, to the prepuce. The result of these adherences is an imperfect development of the gland, and to this is due a weakness of sexual desire and various nervous perturbations. These troubles are dependent, in the first place, on an irritation of the terminal branches of the erectile nerves of the gland brought on by the adherences, and in the second place to irritation caused by the retention of smegma. This double irritation leads to masturbation, to the perversion of sexual desire, and finally to reflex neuroses.The preputial adherences of the clitoris are, according to Dr. Morris, the only and direct cause of the reflex neuroses from which thousands of New England women suffer, and he adds: "We can now understand how the most irritable young girl, the one who is most disagreeable and hysterical, may be made gentle, charming, and become endowed with a thousand feminine graces, by the simple rupture of the bands that bind down the clitoris [clitoral incision]." The therapeutic deduction is perfect, and we do not doubt that all husbands in New England who have shrewish wives will now employ Dr. Morris to break up these adhesions of the clitoris, and bring peace to many a suffering Boston household."
[Adherent Clitoris in all Shrewish Women. Cincinnati Lancet-Clinic. Translated from J Med Paris.]
1894 Peter C. Remondino claimed circumcision would curb the "predisposition" of black men to rape white women. Remondino's proposal was supported by several medical journals including the Maryland Medical Journal and the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal (now the New England Journal of Medicine).
"From our observations and experience in such cases, we feel fully warranted in suggesting the wholesale circumcision of the Negro race as an efficient remedy in preventing the predisposition to discriminate raping so inherent in that race. We have seen this act as a valuable preventive measure in cases where an inordinate and unreasoning as well as morbid carnal desire threatened physical shipwreck; if in such cases the morbid appetite has been removed or at least brought within manageable and natural bounds, we cannot see why it should not—at least in a certain beneficial degree—also affect the moral stamina of a race proverbial for the leathery consistency, inordinate redundancy, generous sebaceousness and general mental suggestiveness and hypnotizing influence of an unnecessary and rape, murder and lynching breeding prepuce."
[Negro rapes and their social problems. National Popular Review vol. 4 p. 3.]
1894 Darby (2005) wrote: “eleven boys confined in a Kansas mental institute were castrated for persistent masturbation.” When the press was critical of this, "the Kansas Medical Journal defended the institute's action” writing “this abuse weakened the already imbecile mind and destroyed the body” (Darby, 2005).
1895 Charles E. Fisher, a homeopathic doctor, wrote:
"In all cases in which male children are suffering nerve tension, confirmed derangement of the digestive organs, restlessness, irritability, and other disturbances of the nervous system, even to chorea, convulsions, and paralysis, or where through nerve waste the nutritive facilities of the general system are below par and structural diseases are occurring circumcision should be considered as among the lines of treatment to be pursued."
A like rule obtains with reference to female children. In general practice the sexual organs in both sexes should be carefully examined by the general practitioner in early infancy, and at various times throughout child-life, with reference to the correction of deformity or unnatural conditions that may be present. ...the clitoris is often firmly bound down by an adherent hood; numerous reflexes arising therefrom. It has become quite the rule the examine the sexual organs of male children at or soon after birth, but, on the other hand, it is equally the rule to neglect to examine girl babies. As children of the weaker sex grow their more delicate nervous systems begin to show the effect of genital irritations, and many a case of chorea, confirmed headache, nervous jactitations, paralytic weakness, unusual irritability, melancholia or other abnormal state of the nervous system long remains uncured because of the failure to make careful examination of the condition of the genitalia and relieve irritations and adhesions at this site."
[A Hand-Book On The Diseases of Children And Their Homeopathic Treatment. Chicago: Medical Century Co. 1895]
1895 Edgar J. Spratling began his article explaining that part of the great evil of masturbation was that it might lead to being sodomized in an insane asylum. He advocated tight circumcisions to prevent the skin from being able to move, a natural feature of the human penis which facilitates masturbation. If not tight circumcision, cutting the nerves to the penis could also be used to blunt the individual's sexuality, and he advocated that surgery as well, but it was a more delicate surgery compared to circumcision.
"In women the road to its cure is an endless and monotonous journey, for nothing short of ovariotomy will be found to deserve even the term palliative; clitoridectomy, anatomically and physiologically, could be but a failure, blistering [i.e., cauterization is] only [a] cruelty. Among men the case is not so hopeless, for there anatomy is partly in the operator's favor [meaning male erogenous sensitivity is easier to destroy]. Of the treatments we might speak of blistering the glans penis, but only to condemn it as an uncalled for cruelty; the possible beneficial effect is so transient, while the untoward effect is often so lasting upon the patient mentally in the way of a feeling of resentment, that it is doubtful if one could ever justify such a proceeding. Complete section of the dorsal nerves of the penis (as I have previously advocated) is a rational procedure, but rather too radical for constant routine practice. The cases require the greatest care in the selection for this operation, and even then with all due care one will generally have to encounter the most strenuous objections and later the bitterest reproach and condemnation from the patients and from their relatives—though the object sought may have been obtained [at the expense of causing penile numbness and impotence]. [In cases of masturbation] circumcision is undoubtedly the physicians' closest friend and ally.
"To obtain the best results one must cut away enough skin and mucous membrane to rather put it on the stretch when erections come later. There must be no play in the skin after the wound has thoroughly healed, but it must fit tightly over the penis, for should there be any play the patient will be found to readily resume his practice not begrudging the time and extra energy required to produce the orgasm. It is true, however, that the longer it takes to have an orgasm, the less frequently it will be attempted, consequently the greater the benefit gained.
"The younger the patient operated upon the more pronounced the benefit, though occasionally we find patients who were circumcised before puberty that require a resection of the skin, as it has grown loose and pliant after that epoch."
[Masturbation in the Adult. Med Rec.]
1895 T. Ritchie Stone strongly advocated circumcision for all male infants in his pro-surgery review. [Circumcision. Maryland Med J.]
1896 An editorial in a scientific journal lists reasons for circumcision as everything from bed wetting to elephantitis.
"Local indications for circumcision: Hygienic, phimosis, paraphimosis, redundancy (where the prepuce more than covers the glans), adhesions, papillomata, ecaema (acute and chronic), oedema, chancre, chancroid, cicatrices, inflammatory thickening, elephantitis, naevus, epithelioma, gangrene, tuberculosis, prepupital calculi, hip-joint disease, hernia. Systematic indication: Onanism [masturbation], seminal emissions, enuresis [bed wetting], dysuria, retention, general nervousness, impotence, convulsions, hystero-epilepsy."
[Medical Record, Circumscisus, Medical Record, vol. 49 (1896): p.430.]
1897 S. G. A. Brown of Pennsylvania repeated the same Semitophillic sentiment as Remondino:
"The Jews, who perform this operation on the eighth day after birth, are, from actual observations, known to be exempt from many diseases which afflict other races. Their children are hardy, and grow up to manhood and womanhood strangers to disease, perfect in body, sound in mind, and with a morality above condemnation. It is rare that they figure in silly crimes, police or divorce courts. That an appendage like the prepuce which under various conditions, as phimosis, short frenum or preputial adhesions, is the leading factor in the production of enuresis, dysuria, impotence, calculi, cancer, syphilis, phthisis or various other reflex neuroses, can be considered as a natural physiological appendage, is absurd in the extreme. In order to render the rising generation healthy, mentally morally and physically, we must pay attention to this redundant tissue, and advise its early removal. Fully three-fourths of all male babies have abnormal prepuces."
[A Plea for Circumcision. J Orificial Surgery quoted in The Medical World]
1898 T. Scott McFarland of Missouri reported on the circumcision of a two-year-old girl with precocious puberty and anomalous symptoms of irritation. In closing he added that he had "circumcised as many girls as boys, and always with happy results." Note that circumcision meant prepucectomy for either sex until the 1980s. The more severe form of genital cutting more familiar to people today as female circumcision/FGM meaning clitoridectomy was then called "[clitoral] excision" or the oddly overgeneralized, "operative procedure". [Circumcision of girls. J Orificial Surgery.]
1898 Edwin H. Pratt wrote:
"The condition of the foreskin of boys has received more or less attention, at least since the days of Moses, who is reported to have inaugurated the practice of circumcision of the male portion of the human race. But the girls have been neglected. Without presuming to pose as their Moses, I do feel an irresistible impulse to cry out against the shameful neglect of the clitoris and its hood, because of the vast amount of sickness and suffering, which could be saved the gentler sex, if this important subject received proper attention and appreciation at the hands of the medical profession.
All up-to-date doctors realize the importance of the proper condition of the foreskin in the male and of securing it during infancy. The foreskin must be completely loosened, if it is too long amputated and if it is too tight slit open, in order to avoid the dangers of infantile convulsions, of hip-joint disease, of kidney disease, of paralysis, of eczema universalis, of stammering, of dyspepsia, of pulmonary tuberculosis, of constipation, of locomotor ataxia, of rheumatism, of idiocy and insanity, and of lust and all its consequences. But the poor girls, who have an organ called the clitoris, anatomically corresponding to the penis of the male, with a hood corresponding to the foreskin of the male and just as sorely in need of [surgical] attention, and just as prolific of mischief when neglected as the corresponding parts of the male, have been permitted to suffer on in silence. The same list of diseases which have their start in nerve waste caused by a faulty foreskin in the male is duplicated by the female sex from identically the same cause, in addition to other troubles peculiar to the female organization from which, of course, the male are exempt, and yet it goes on almost entirely unrecognized. Chorea, so frequent in young girls, chlorosis, which comes a little later on, and hysteria, which is also a common affliction, in addition to the same diseases from which boys whose foreskin have been neglected are liable to suffer, have their organ almost invariably in faulty conditions of the hood of the clitoris. It is such a simple matter to secure a normal condition of the hood and its clitoris, and its neglect is fraught with so much and such serious mischief to the gentler sex, that the sin of omission which is being constantly and everywhere committed is painful to contemplate. Doctors are not easily educated out of their beaten tracks.
So let both sexes have a start in life and be entirely freed from the sexual self consciousness which inevitably comes from impinged nerve fibres about the clitoris and its hood as well as at the glans penis and its foreskin. ... A vigorous sympathetic nervous system means health and long life. What surgical interest have we in this fact? It can be told in just one sentence. The weakness and the power of the sympathetic nerve lies at the orifices of the body. Surgery must keep these orifices properly smoothed and dilated."
[Circumcision of Girls. J Orificial Surgery.]
Women suffering from \"hysteria\"
1898 N. Bergman wrote of "punishing" a chronic masturbator with circumcision:
"Clarence B. was addicted to the secret vise practiced among boys. I performed an orificial operation, consisting of circumcision... He needed the rightful punishment of cutting pains after his illicit pleasures."
[Report of a Few Cases of Circumcision. Journal of Orificial Surgery, vol. 7 (1898): pp.249-251.]
1898 Emmet L. Holt advocated for circumcision under the following reasoning:
"Circumcision should be done if phimosis exists, and even where it is not, the moral effect of the operation is sometimes of very great benefit."
[The Diseases Of Infancy And Childhood. New York: D. Appleton. 1897:696-698.]
1899 Denslow Lewis, a Chicago gynecologist, presented evidence for the benefits of female circumcision (prepucectomy) at a meeting of the AMA in 1899. In “a large percentage” of women who failed to find marital passion “there is a preputial adhesion, and a judicious circumcision, together with consistent advice, will often be successful.” He treated 38 women with circumcision reporting “reasonably satisfactory results in each instance.” [The Gynecologic consideration of the sexual act]
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This is a translation from Japanese, so bear with me:

Further digression, but for Mr. Shirohisa Ikeda to become the successor to Professor [Sensei] Ikeda As a foundation stone, a group called the Alumni Group was formed.
The alumni group was not really an alumni with Mr. Shirohisa, but it was what we should call the Shirohisa support group, which was a collection of only the most excellent Soka University graduates.
Wide range from first to eighth generation. It is interesting that some US students were included.
This was clearly a move to create a faction within the Soka Gakkai, and it should have been the birth of the leaders of ordinary people.
However, due to the sudden death of Mr. Shirohisa, the group spontaneously dissolved.
What's interesting is that the description of the human revolution, which is like digging a [your own] grave, appears in Volume 10.
No. 10, Volume 10 states that an executive died of gastric perforation (Isenkou), probably because of the sacrifice that he made for himself. Then, it is clear that the death of the Ikeda family's second son, Shirohisa Shiro, who was supposed to be the successor, due to gastric perforation (Isenkou) [perforated ulcer] was a reward for his father's slanders' [of the] law, which was created by Takashi Itamoto [translation: high board book ???] without permission from His Majesty.
I think that last part means "creating gohonzons without the High Priest's permission" - you'll see in a bit.
I think they're suggesting that the scenario where the person's son died of gastric perforation because of the father's slander, which is found in The Human Revolution, Vol. 10, was written in as a dig against IKEDA by using the details from his own situation.
Author Hirotatsu Fujiwara, in his book I Denounce Soka Gakkai, p. 89, recounts his awareness of the Soka Gakkai's attitude toward critics:
The following is a quotation from the book: "Refute Criticism about Nichiren Shoshu and Soka Gakkai," which was edited by the Soka Gakkai Study Department: "This happened not long ago. A certain theologian, Mr. Akio Saki, who had been speaking ill of Soka Gakkai, wanted to go to the mountain (Taiseki-ji) and I was asked by President Toda to be his guide. On the very day we were to leave, he said to me after waiting for him at Tokyo Station, 'my child died yesterday and I am unable to go on this trip.' This was clearly an example of punishment for sin. I heard later that Mr. Saki returned to his native place and had a funeral according to the rites of the heretical religion, Nichiren Sect. His sin is enormous!"
It is amazing that the Study Department of Soka Gakkai, which is supposed to be the brains of their organization, brazenly publishes such a ridiculous book. What on earth does Soka Gakkai think about the death of a human being?
I'll tell you what IKEDA thinks about the death of a human being!
Shintaro Ishihara's (a diet member) grandson died. Truly, it would have been alright if he hadn't. But, it's Buddhist punishment for slandering me. Ishihara thought I was a fool. He despised me and tried to make a fool of me. Anyone who meets me gains fortune. Anyone who betrays or antagonizes me will fall into hell. This is the severe law of Buddhism. Remember that well! Ikeda
Clearly, Ikeda believes it's just fine for someone's child to die as a PUNISHMENT for saying Ikeda's a jerk! THAT's what Ikeda thinks about "the death of a human being". Everything is an expedient means to be exploited when you're Icky-Duh Scamsei. Now back to Fujiwara:
That they have the freedom to criticise what they call "heretical religions," and the freedom to compete with other religions, is no concern of ours. But that they can regard as divine punishment the death of the child of one of their critics, and worse, that they should regard this as a just punishment - about such a ting what can we say? A psychology which attributes the death of a child of one who criticizes them to divine punishment and furthermore brazenly publishes it as the proper reward for those who criticises [sic] them - we can't help regarding this as a form of fearful mental sickness and a desecration of humanity! This is their sin which calls down curses on others - this is the essence of Soka Gakkai!!
This is also recounted in the "The Human Revolution" books, Volume 5 in English. I have a copy of this; the first edition, published 1984, the very year Ikeda's favorite son died! How mystic, eh? Unfortunately, my book does not contain this passage. But my Abridged Edition Book Two, Volumes 7-12, (published 2004) does! It describes the leader of Okayama District, Ittetsu Okada:
Ittetsu Okada was born in Okayama in March 1921 to a merchant's family - influential members of the community who ran a dry goods store, a pawnshop and a clothing store. The family had maintained faith in the Minobu Nichiren shchool for generations. Ittetsu's father was a devoted believer. He was so engrossed in his study of the Lotus Sutra and the Gosho that he all but neglected his business. After three years' training in temples in Kyoto and elsewhere
How could he be running businesses if this is what he was doing??
he qualified as a priest. But declaring the doctrine of Minobu false, he founded his own group of adherents, which he named the Kicho Sha. He began to propagate his version of the fatith in Kobe, Kyoto, Fukuoka and Kumamoto, and even went to the extreme of inscribing objects of devotion and bestowing them among his followers. (p. 1455)
This is precisely what Ikeda did in the mid-1970s and was one of the main issues that resulted in his resignation, censure, and punishment by Nichiren Shoshu High Priest Nittatsu Shonin in 1979. Ikeda commissioned 8 wooden gohonzons to be made to his specifications, and then bestowed them himself on members of the Soka Gakkai.
In March 1950, Ittetsu's father died in agony from a perforated gastric ulcer. (p. 1456)
I suspect Ikeda's ghostwriters snuck this scenario, which so clearly matches the scenario in which Ikeda's own favorite son died, into the narrative in rebellion against Ikeda's heavy-handed authoritarianism.
In the 10th volume of Daisaku Ikeda's novel "Human Revolution," in the chapter called "A Steep Path," there is a passage which reads like a prediction of Ikeda's own son's death: "The father of Ittetsu Okada (who had made a counterfeit honzon) died in agony because of gastric perforation." By making counterfeit wooden honzons, Ikeda, himself, committed just such a grave slander thereby troubling High Priest Nittatsu Shonin greatly. And just seven years after the slanders of 1977, Ikeda, like the character in his novel, lost his most beloved son and successor due to gastric perforation. Source
Would Ikeda have agreed to having that narrative in there if he'd known about it? I don't think so. However, given that the Engrish translations weren't made until long after the serialized installments had been printed in Japanese in the Seikyo Shimbun (the Soka Gakkai's proprietary newspaper) - my Book Two compilation was published in 2004 - there was plenty of time to add subversive shit in for the SGI colonies' enjoyment!
Think about it: If this kind of parallel had been printed in Japan, it would have been a huge scandal, either when the same damn scenario played out in Sensei's own family OR knowing what had already gone down with Sonny Boy Ikeda. It would have been LOUD...
Let's return to our source:
Is Mr. Shirohisa Ikeda's stomach perforation [perforated ulcer] a reward for his father's slander?
No one wants to insult the dead.
I [You] see, Professor Ikeda was a little different.
When Hiroshi Hojo, the fourth president of Soka Gakkai, who served like a slugger for many years, died[, Ikeda said]:
"When it's hot, let's stop dying."
The black humor eased the surrounding atmosphere, and when the second president Toda passed away, he said,
"Isn't Mr Toda dying at a good time?" He left me alone.
Not quite sure what that "He left me alone" bit means - is that Ikeda remarking that now Toda isn't around to criticize him any more? OR is he saying that now he's free to pursue his own agenda without anyone [he can't fix] standing in his way?
When my [Ikeda's] second son died, I was curious about what kind of black humor he gave, but I wouldn't ask. That's where Shizume said, "I think it was true that the cause and effect of the parent rewarded the child."
There is one big mistake in Takashi Harashima's "The Truth of the Ikeda/Daisaku Soka Gakkai nobody wrote".
It is a statement that Hiromasa [Shirohisa] Ikeda tried to study in the United States in preparation for the heritage [taking over from Daddy] but failed.
It should be replaced with the second son, Shirohisa.
Mr. Ikeda's expectations of Mr. Shirohisa were not as usual.
As an aside, this name is also sent to Ms. Michiko, the ex-lover of Dr. Ikeda.
I can't help thinking about it.
Mr. Shirohisa entered Soka University as a third-year student. For some reason, they (third generation) think that they are special and write themselves in their graduation collection and determination statement as "the first generation of the main gate". Then, the first student of Soka University is the first student of Shakumon. It's a silly story.
I suspect this is some sort of Japanese culture-specific mention - do you understand what they're talking about? Kind of sounds like someone getting a big head and thinking they're the only one who matters.
If you explain it to outsiders, it means that the main gate is the true one and the true one is temporary .
Ikeda-sensei himself, after assuming the position of the third chairman, took the lead in spreading the "Honmon" Hironobu style. It is an insult to the master. Don't be fooled by the words "genki" [energy, pep].
Although it was a first-year student at the main gate, "Omamori Ohonson", which is usually rarely subscripted, was distributed to all when graduating.
So omamori gohonzons were simply given out to everyone in that graduating class? Here, one must apply to receive it and then PAY for it.
From now on, it is certain that it was a kind of false principal.
Continued in 1977 At that time, Mr. Johisa [Shirohisa] decided to study in the United States 99%. .. However, MR at that time. It wasn't realized because of Williams' fault.
Sounds like the Gakkers in Japan were blaming the first General Director of the US SG organization, George M. Williams (né Masayasu Sadanaga), for Sonny Boy being unable to get into an American university. I suspect it wasn't quite that simple.
If that had happened, I [he, Shirohisa] was going to assume the position of president of the United States and serve as a stepping stone to the president of Soka Gakkai or the chair of SGI.
In other words, he was in line to succeed King Ikeda.
The full-scale heredity was a later task.
His wife was also a super-beautiful woman from the first general affairs.
I've read elsewhere that she was one of Ikeda's mistresses and Ikeda just passed her off to his favorite son.
NOW we're getting into the point of the title:
Mr. Shirohisa, who grew up under the education of the Emperor in an environment where everything like that was prepared, passed away without fear because of the illness caused by the stress of gastric perforation, which would "not normally die."
A perforated ulcer is rarely fatal, even in 1984 it was not regarded as a life-threatening condition.
It is a disease that causes perforation in the stomach and causes bleeding and death. Literally dying.
Such a super elite Mr. Shirohisa met at the Soyukai [this was an elite youth leadership organization in the US] when he visited the United States. It was rumored to be a preparation for becoming president in the future.
Mr. Shirohisa was completely treated as "Ikeda Sensei's name" [he got the same royal treatment his daddy got], and the feeling of tension among Soyukai members was not so much.
Though he was such a big game, he died at the young age of 27. It was caused by the failure of the corresponding hospital "Soka Gakkai".
IS there a hospital that is Soka Gakkai controlled? That would be where Ikeda was kept when he was recovering from his stroke.
It was okay to call it a medical accident.
The disappointment of the members of the Soyukai was also great.
Question "I understand that gastric perforation is usually fatal. ]
Certainly, in an acute case, it will be fatal.
Rather, it's almost acute. However, unless it was a long time ago, it would be generally helpful if you were taken to a hospital equipped with emergency medical care and had an emergency operation.
Whether it is myocardial infarction, cerebral hemorrhage, or a large amount of bleeding due to suicide, time determines the life or death.
Prompt treatment may result in a favorable prognosis, but wait too long and it's sayonara, sucka.
Meanwhile, Japan sometimes refuses to accept emergency patients due to lack of bets. It's an incredible story. They should be called medical murders rather than medical negligence.
In the case of Mr. Shirohisa, he may have been refused acceptance at the emergency hospital.
However, I don't think it will look back on patients who need emergency surgery.
Does this mean that the hospital will take the most serious cases regardless, in order to save the person's life?
Truthfully, the fact that the people involved in the academic society feared that the abnormal situation leaked to the outside would be light.
NOW we're getting somewhere. It would have been bad press to admit that SonandHeir had this ailment, after Ikeda had been promoting the practice as bringing health benefits.
? I [Someone] overlooked the patient [wrong diagnosis?] and sent him to a doctor's office, which caused him to die because of a delay in his treatment. Somehow, he was hospitalized for days without proper treatment. And, because the specialty there was obstetrics and gynecology, I was amazed.
He should have been somewhere that specialized in internal medicine, obviously.
Certainly, even though it was an obstetrician and gynecologist, he was also treating internal medicine. Maybe I [they] thought I [they] could cure it.
However, in case of an emergency patient, there are times when the equipment is not ready. Misjudgment is not an excuse.
Although it seems that the US television program ER is being broadcast in Japan as well, the field of emergency medical care is generally a battlefield. It is an indispensable facility for medical activities.
Mr. Shirohisa was in agony due to such a mistake in basic judgment of the situation.
Wrong diagnosis.
For some reason, the transportation destination was given a pseudonym.
Apparently, they did not want it getting out where he was being taken. Were the Ikeda's the cause of this fatal mixup, perhaps because they were adamant about this whole situation being kept hush-hush? To protect Daisaku Ikeda's reputation?
He was literally a pathetic successor who had fallen victim to his father's business. Source
So there you have it. See what you think.
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This article was first published on January 24, 2020, by Lantern Hermit.
This is an influential article about 2020 predictions in China. It has extremely high accuracy and many predictions are happening. This is a prediction made using the ancient and mysterious I Ching in China. It is recommended that friends who understand Chinese or Japanese read the original Chinese text to better understand the subtlety of Chinese culture.
As always, I am full of gratitude to our ancestors’ sinology wisdoms and endeavors to enable me to access and create my methodology. My writings are aimed at adding richness and clarity to your visions of Gengzi Year.
Looking back over the of year of 2019, I can see that all of my previous predictions had been fulfilled before November. This new article of prophecy for 2020 had been written on the 23rd of Nov 2019 which would have been announced at the end of last year, which is my usual way to do this, However, I have had to delay publishing this prediction until today Jan. 24th, 2020 to avoid any panic and controversy. My new prediction for 2020 is generated from my own logic and methodology and is based on the I-ching knowledge that would have been unlikely to get any approval from the Chinese censorship as it is a year related to Top-level structure and High-level politics.
1 Divination of GengZi
As the universal clock strikes 2020, I will illustrate the overall Gengzi Dynamics with two analogies: one is Pandora’s Box, another is the Swords of Damocles. (For some of you who may not be familiar with Greek mythology, please refer to the notes at the end.)
According to the Chinese Sinology theory of Yin-Yang and Five Elements, the Year 2020 is coded as a “Gengzi” Year. There are 10 Heavenly Stems and 12 Earthly Branches. One Heavenly Stem combined with one Earthly Branch marks the specific year under Five Elements coding principles. It means there are 60 groups of combinations repeating every 60 years. Geng is the 7th character of 10 heavenly stems, while Zi is the first one of 12 earthly branches. Year 2020 is the combination of Geng stem and Zi branch, thus the Year 2020 is coded as Gengzi Year.
In Chinese culture, Geng represents all the sins, evils, losses and destructive forces. In Pandora’s Box, there are hidden plagues, diseases, sins, deceit, weapons, violence, murder, slaughter and of course War! Damocles Sword that is hanging by a thread over the human race and at some critical point this year it will break. Gengzi is the most devastating of the stem-branch combinations which could harm all our lives, both physically and mentally, among the 60 stem-branch groups. Geng represents the Creator’s appointed authority over life and death. The original meaning of Geng is a sharpened axe. It implies: wild and harsh atmospheric conditions, which will include military conflicts, weaponization, curfews, strict laws and regulations, assassinations, military build-up and reforms, outer space, meteorites, deadly viruses, incurable diseases, new military alliances and organizations, power politics, conspiracies, even new hegemonism and autocracy.
Aggressive as Geng is, it meets Zi , which is another powerful destructive force, also known as the God of Plague. . It is not difficult to learn that Gengzi would be the most devastating power among the 60 groups. Given the complicity of Zi! Geng is able to release terrible viruses, deadly pathogens and poverty! My conclusion for the image of Gengzi Year is that all living creatures are to be jeopardized and opportunities will only come up after surviving the crisis. The cold winter is coming!
The partnership of Geng and Zi reflects Death’s status according to the relationship of the five elements. In Astrology there are 12 signs of the zodiac and the last one is Pisces. You can regard Gengzi as the last sign, which represents the period of transition from the physical body of dying to our spiritual awakening.
A key feature of Gengzi is primarily associated with politics, military and weapons. Therefore, it is not a good year for politicians, who may have a lot of pressure and make mistakes in decision-making.
It means heads of states all over the world will have to be as cautious as possible to avoid making reckless decisions or misjudging the changing situation, which could lead to the beginning of confrontations. The balance of relationships over the past decades will be broken and will last for many years. We will see new confrontation patterns, war mode, new systems and treaties or a new pattern of military force with modern weapons. We should pay particular attention!
2 Space Hexagram: (Mountain Erosion)
Because a Gengzi combination happens only once every 60 years with such distinctive features, Yin-Yang and Five Elements the theory alone cannot fully demonstrate the whole year dynamics precisely, I have adopted a Space Hexagram for the Year 2020 and received an image called “Mountain Erosion.”
An image of a “Mountain Erosion” shows me a mountain eroding and the ground getting thicker. If you consider the mountain is Yang and the earth is Yin, which are two extreme opposite forces. The mountain is weakened by the earth’s force and falling apart. That means excessive Yin lead to death of Yang.
The Hexagram before the “Mountain Erosion” is “Mountain Sinking Fire”. The lingering light of the evening sun on the mountain looks very pretty but unfortunately it fades away when darkness approaches. The whitewashed beauty on the surface is only temporary as the underneath will be completely uncovered when it comes to the Hexagram “Mountain Erosion”.
Briefly, Gengzi is demonstrated multi-dimensionally that everything will be exposed and unmasked without mercy to reveal the truth.
3 Industry
As a result, bubbles will burst and collapse industries, grey-area economy and controversial business practice, such as real estate, finance, P2P, internet, and stock markets.
Quoted from my 2019 prediction that “You will discover a lot of companies either completely bankrupt or need new leadership, including a great number of well-known enterprises and market players. It is advised to take advantage of the universal energy to hand over or change course as early as possible! As you witness well known entrepreneurs and many top CEO’s handing over to the new generation or retiring officially in the Year of 2019. So what should the industries do in 2020?
It means many companies will be downsizing, laying off and suffering losses for the chance of survival. In a sense, this is the time when the Chinese A-share’s stock market can be laid out to invest.
On the other hand, from the space hexagram angle, the dying and traditional sunset industries will likely have the green shoots of recovery, especially for the female related business such as garments, jewelry, lingerie, cosmetics, and funeral industries. There will also be a good chance for military and heavy industries, mining, wine, gold, stone processing, textile fabric manufacturing, biotechnology and other fields. However, the current prosperous industries like electronic technology, E-commerce, internet application and services, new media and entertainments will face the first challenge.
4 Geological Disasters
According to the message from Mountain Erosion Hexagram, the mountain stones are pealing off, rocks are collapsing with erosion. This is an indication of earthquakes and the occurrence is in the northeast southwest diagonal line within China and the east and southeast outside of China on land or sea.
Please pay special attention to the mining accidents and ground collapses in the northwest and falling meteorites in the Northeast and Southwest areas.
5 Plague and Fertility
“Geng sitting on Zi” is a symbol of death. It is a cradle for plague in terms of variety and frequency.
According to the ancient Chinese 12 zodiac theory, the Geng stem meets Zi branch is an indication of death. Zi contains Gui which means liquor, a water element with destructive force. Gui is also a “God of Plague” If a plague happens, the timing is most likely start in the month of Zi (Water element),which is the lunar month of November, and will end in the Month Wu (Fire element) or the Month Wei (Earth element), which is the lunar Month May or June. According to the relationship between the five elements, Wu is fire and Zi is water and fire can consume water. Wei is earth which can restrain water. With the energy of Fire and Earth, it will stop the flood’s destruction. However, there is another month of Zi which is lunar October, which could start another challenging period.
As explained above, Zi is the “God of destruction”, which also represents fertility, children and inappropriate desire. The year of Gengzi is not a good time to have children. The illustration of Gengzi is like harvesting living creatures. Probably some accident or disease will happen, which is the meaning of Death. The birth rate will be recorded at the lowest in history. I will not elaborate more about the reasons.
The energy of Gengzi is from the west. There is a high possibility to have more destructive and severe diseases or plague in western countries.
6 Spirit & Religions
Geng (Metal element)’s symbol color is white and Zi (Water element)’s color is black. The combination of black and white is the image of uncertainty representing Yin and Yang, the two extreme opposite energies. So black and white are the most taboo colors. Zi represents a thin stream of water like a trickle, to extend the meaning, it also means black armbands wore to attend funerals. The mourning dress of white and black all over the world, we can imagine what will happen. The combination of Geng and Zi also refer to the aspects related to human’s spirit and religions. The position is Death, which means the coldness and restriction in the field of religion.
7 Law, Reforms & Crime
Gengzi represents wide sweeping reforms and arbitrary judgment, It’s related to public security law, army, police and public power. Or very important and far-reaching laws will be issued. Besides, there is a high possibility of frequent committing of major crimes, conspiracies and terrorist events as well as international confrontation and new military enhancement.
8 Fire
In my prediction of 2019, the year of JiHai, I described a scene as “ the formation process of oceans, soil, trees and farmlands after the earth burns and cools down. So, the stem Ji (earth element) falls on Hai (water element), the last of the Twelve Earthly Branches, it indicates “birth”! It is the time of rebirth for all living things on earth. ”
You must have witnessed in 2019, the earth suffering from the most serious of fires in our human history. One was in the Amazon and the other was in Australia. The ancient forest of the Amazon which is well known as “the Lungs of the Earth” was seriously damaged and hundreds of millions of animals were killed and many more species have become extinct. Does it match what I have described above?
Maybe we should be thankful. As the people at the top of the food chain, with our overwhelming dominance to other species, we have escaped from this disastrous fire. It has sacrificed numerous animals to offset the thriving negative energy.
I also mentioned previously in my 2018 prediction that “Many great figures in the fields of culture and science, military and religion have passed away in 2017. This could be interpreted as the great martyrs are gone and it is time to deal with the undesirables. In 2018, there was an important phenomenon you might have noticed. A lot of societies nasty elements have disappeared that could have been someone or some other phenomenon aggressively wiping out the crime and evil. This is the called termination and also called sending back to the tomb. If all miscreants are swept away what will happen next? After eliminating the less evolved species in 2019, the next target for slaughter in 2020 is self-evident…
9 Female
Gengzi, whose intrinsic ties between stem and branches symbolizes ultimate desire and lust. This passion between male and female will be ignited.
Zi contains Gui, which refers to female menstruation. Based on my prediction, many gynecological diseases, new types of illnesses and symptoms will occur or new treatments will appear on the market. It also means things will turn into the opposite when they reach the extreme. Do not ask but observe.
10 Amnesty
Although Gengzi is extremely desperate it is not all bad. The evil energy of Gengzi needs amnesty for reconciliation. I mentioned in my 2019 Prediction that “Pave the way for amnesty and alleviation in the year of Gengzi.”
After the grand military parade in October, 2019, President Xi announced a general amnesty to many petty criminals that were then subsequently released on a nationwide scale, which is very rare in China.
Japan also issued an Imperial notice of amnesty when entering LingHe new era in 2019. So far 580,000 prisoners have been released. Moreover, The King of Thailand has also announced amnesty for his new reign!
These are not mere coincidences but have emerged at the right time, as I can see from the space messages.
11 Welfare
There is another meaning of “Amnesty and Alleviation” in Gengzi’s message. Many countries in the world may raise salaries and distribute dividends, raise pensions and offer people tangible benefits through government stocks and issuing of treasury bonds, or stocks and securities. In fact, this kind of “giving” is somewhat reluctant but have to offer in order to reduce the government’s pressure and tension. That is the other hidden meaning from the Gengzi space message.
12 Individuals and Families
As far as individual and family concerned, my advice is avoid making investments and maintain the liquidity of your assets. For civil servants, be careful with communications with your superiors. New restraining laws will be issued to rain in the abuse of power. Family disharmony would be stimulated by the Gengzi’s evil energy, please deal with the elderly and the children with more patience and tolerance to avoid conflicts or even potential family tragedies and crimes.
13 The Future
Don’t be frustrated after reading my messages of Gengzi Year. Back to the analogy of Pandora’s Box to Gengzi‘s dynamics at the beginning, if you are familiar with this Greek myth, you may know that Pandora’s Box is finally sealed with the effort of all Gods and the hope is retained. I would like to remind you of the image of Gengzi Year dynamics is: All living creatures are in jeopardy but opportunities will come up after surviving from this crisis.
I am amazed by the ancient wisdoms. According to the Chinese twelve-zodiac theory, it shows the objective law of the development of things and it is a cycle of 12 different stages of development. What’s so amazing is that the birth of Yang happens at the same time of the death of Yin. Death is not tragic as it is just another type of birth. Similar to those burned forests, where green shoots have begun sprouting again. It is the Circle of Life with endless reborn lives.
What’s more, we need to be thankful to this era, our country and the quick development of modern scientific technologies. No matter what happens, we will be supported and protected by our country and with modern science. Just like the current Corona virus pandemic, we are confident that we will overcome all difficulties and win the battle. How could we imagine how many more people would have lost their lives in the world if this happened decades ago? Therefore, we all need to be grateful.
Notes:
For some of you may not be familiar with Greek myth stories, please refer to the following:
Pandora’s Box: Zeus and the Gods hatched a heartless plan to punish the human race, Pandora, ‘The Bearer of Gifts’ came forth through heaven’s gate in a silver gown, with her head adorned with an ornate crown. Pandora’s alluring deceit guided the human race to believe how wonderful this box is for grace and wealth. Humans are enchanted when their eyes first meet rosy cheeks, red lips, beautiful women and a priceless box which seemingly contains vast treasures. Greed blows away all caution, humans lifted the lid of the box and released the evil inside to the world: Poverty, Misery, Disease and made humans vulnerable to Death’s door. Pandora’s torment flowed wide and far, the irreversible damage was done – eternal plight. A trickle of hope was left inside the box but hardly enough to turn the tide. All humans will change their lives and values and strike a new balance after opening Pandora’s seductive gift.
Swords of Damocles: Dionysius was the tyrant of Syracuse and he had a courtier named Damocles who was more or less a professional flatterer. And once, Damocles made a comment to the effect of, oh, how great it would be to be the king. And Dionysius said, oh, really? Well, if you want to know what that's like, you can come sit on my throne, which Damocles did and Dionysius made sure that he was well supplied with opulent food, great service, cute waiters, beautiful perfumes and scented candles. While Damocles was thinking to himself how very wonderful, he then noticed that Dionysius had also hung above the throne a gleaming sword, which was suspended by a single horsehair. He then begged Dionysius to allow him to leave the throne and go back to his subservient position as a courtier. Obviously he got the point, which means anyone who gets to enjoy immense wealth and power, their lives could be hanging by a thread.
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The Global Patient Temperature Management Market is estimated to grow at CAGR above 7.5% over the forecast time frame and reach the market value around USD 7.8 billion by 2026.
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The increasing amount of operations is expected to accelerate the demand for temperature control equipment. Open heart operations need to decrease patient body heat by blood cooling, which reduces the risk of post-operative and peri-operative surgical complications.
There are increasing numbers of operations conducted with increasing incidence of cardiac arrest, and other chronic heart diseases. This increase is expected to drive the need for patient temperature control in order to prevent negative brain impacts. For cancer patients, patient warming devices are also used as chemotherapy and radiation additives for more successful outcomes. In addition, newborns in neonatal treatment are probably subject to changes in temperature, which keeps them in incubators for a normal body temperature. The above variables drive demand for temperature surveillance equipment.
Modern temperature management systems are increasingly needed as demand for standard heating and cooling equipment is increasing. During the prediction era, the introduction by leading market players of a broad spectrum of ground warming and cooling technologies will have a positive effect on the patient temperature leadership industry. Over the years blood and fluid thermal control systems have also developed and can be implemented by circulating hot or cool saline through a catheter in the patient’s body.
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Market Insights
The global temperature management market growth in the near future is anticipated to promote technological progress in intravascular devices and development in aging populations. In addition, the focus of market players is on market development, and technological advances can generate fresh prospects for future development. Moreover, the increased incidence of cardiac arrest and nervous system disorders generates a global need for temperature control technologies. Major companies adopt different approaches for prospective development in the worldwide market, such as merger & procurement, joint ventures, collaborations, alliances, expansions, etc.
The medications and surgeries are accessible worldwide at low cost and therefore have a positive effect on the worldwide market for temperature leadership. The worldwide market has been helped by the growth in health services and favourable reimbursement situations. The global temperature management market is further driven by an ever-increasing incidence of cardiovascular disease and the growing geriatric population. The cost of intravascular temperature management devices can, on the other hand, reduce worldwide market growth.
Market Snapshots
Patient heating systems resulted to an increase in the amount of operations in 2018, which lowered the patients’ temperature owing to general anesthesia.
The use of the latest products such as cooling caps and blood cooling systems and fluid cooling systems is expected to show a profitable CAGR over the forecast period. Due to the growing amount of heart and gynecological operations worldwide, the segment of surgery had the biggest market share in 2018.
Due to the big amount of operations and the need for the control of temperature during these operations, the operating rooms segment is anticipated to produce enormous revenues.
Due to the growing demand for technologically sophisticated products in the region, North America resulted the patient temperature management market in 2018.
In the forecast period, Asia Pacific is anticipated to demonstrate profitable growth owing to the sedentary lifestyle that leads to heart diseases.
Key Players & Strategies
Some of the main players in the market are the Stryker Corporation, Inditherm Plc., Bard Medical, Inc., Medtronic, ZOLL Medical Corporation, and Atom Medical Corporation.
In order to meet the growing requirements of patients, significant businesses adopt measures like fusions and procurements, development of fresh products and geographic expansion. For example, ZOLL Medical Corporation announced in March 2016 the commercial launching of its Thermogard XP (TGXP) Temperature Management System (TMM) in Japan by its japanese subsidiary Asahi Kasei ZOLL Medical Corp. (PMDA) (Japan Pharmaceuticals and Medical Device Agency).
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Patient Temperature Management Market Estimated to be US$ 7.8 bn by 2026 According to Acumen Research and Consulting, the global patient temperature management market size is expected to reach US$ 7.8 billion by 2026 and will grow at a CAGR around 7.5 % throughout the forecast period.
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The increasing amount of operations is expected to accelerate the demand for temperature control equipment. Open heart operations need to decrease patient body heat by blood cooling, which reduces the risk of post-operative and peri-operative surgical complications.
There are increasing numbers of operations conducted with an increasing incidence of cardiac arrest, and other chronic heart diseases. This increase is expected to drive the need for patient temperature control in order to prevent negative brain impacts. For cancer patients, patient warming devices are also used as chemotherapy and radiation additives for more successful outcomes. In addition, newborns in neonatal treatment are probably subject to changes in temperature, which keeps them in incubators for a normal body temperature. The above variables drive demand for temperature surveillance equipment.
Modern temperature management systems are increasingly needed as demand for standard heating and cooling equipment is increasing. During the prediction era, the introduction by leading market players of a broad spectrum of ground warming and cooling technologies will have a positive effect on the patient temperature leadership industry. Over the years blood and fluid thermal control systems have also developed and can be implemented by circulating hot or cool saline through a catheter in the patient's body.
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Market Insights
The global temperature management market growth in the near future is anticipated to promote technological progress in intravascular devices and development in aging populations. In addition, the focus of market players is on market development, and technological advances can generate fresh prospects for future development. Moreover, the increased incidence of cardiac arrest and nervous system disorders generates a global need for temperature control technologies. Major companies adopt different approaches for prospective development in the worldwide market, such as merger & procurement, joint ventures, collaborations, alliances, expansions, etc.
The medications and surgeries are accessible worldwide at low cost and therefore have a positive effect on the worldwide market for temperature leadership. The worldwide market has been helped by the growth in health services and favorable reimbursement situations. The global temperature management market is further driven by an ever-increasing incidence of cardiovascular disease and the growing geriatric population. The cost of intravascular temperature management devices can, on the other hand, reduce worldwide market growth.
Market Snapshots
Patient heating systems resulted to an increase in the number of operations in 2018, which lowered the patients' temperature owing to general anesthesia.
The use of the latest products such as cooling caps and blood cooling systems and fluid cooling systems is expected to show a profitable CAGR over the forecast period. Due to the growing amount of heart and gynecological operations worldwide, the segment of surgery had the biggest market share in 2018.
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Due to the big amount of operations and the need for the control of temperature during these operations, the operating rooms segment is anticipated to produce enormous revenues.
Due to the growing demand for technologically sophisticated products in the region, North America resulted in the patient temperature management market in 2018.
In the forecast period, Asia Pacific is anticipated to demonstrate profitable growth owing to the sedentary lifestyle that leads to heart diseases.
Key Players & Strategies
Some of the main players in the market are the Stryker Corporation, Inditherm Plc., Bard Medical, Inc., Medtronic, ZOLL Medical Corporation, and Atom Medical Corporation.
In order to meet the growing requirements of patients, significant businesses adopt measures like fusions and procurements, the development of fresh products and geographic expansion. For example, ZOLL Medical Corporation announced in March 2016 the commercial launching of its Thermogard XP (TGXP) Temperature Management System (TMM) in Japan by its Japanese subsidiary Asahi Kasei ZOLL Medical Corp. (PMDA) (Japan Pharmaceuticals and Medical Device Agency).
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
1.1. Definition and Scope 1.1.1. Definition of Patient Temperature Management 1.1.2. Market Segmentation 1.1.3. List of Abbreviations 1.2. Summary 1.2.1. Market Snapshot 1.2.2. Patient Temperature Management Market By Product 1.2.2.1. Global Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison By Product (2015-2026) 1.2.2.2. Global Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue Share By Product in 2017 1.2.2.3. Patient Warming Systems 1.2.2.3.1. Conventional Warming Systems 1.2.2.3.2. Surface Warming Systems 1.2.2.3.3. Intravascular Warming Systems 1.2.2.4. Patient Cooling Systems 1.2.2.4.1. Conventional Cooling Systems 1.2.2.4.2. Surface Cooling Systems 1.2.2.4.3. Intravascular Cooling Systems 1.2.3. Patient Temperature Management Market By Application 1.2.3.1. Global Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison By Application (2015-2026) 1.2.3.2. Surgery 1.2.3.3. Neurology 1.2.3.4. Pediatrics 1.2.3.5. Cardiology 1.2.3.6. Orthopedic Surgery 1.2.3.7. Others 1.2.4. Patient Temperature Management Market By End Use 1.2.4.1. Global Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison By End Use (2015-2026) 1.2.4.2. Emergency Room 1.2.4.3. Operating Room 1.2.4.4. Neonatal ICU 1.2.4.5. ICUs 1.2.4.6. Others 1.2.5. Patient Temperature Management Market by Geography 1.2.5.1. Global Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison by Geography (2015-2026) 1.2.5.2. North America Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 1.2.5.3. Europe Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 1.2.5.4. Asia-Pacific Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 1.2.5.5. Latin America Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 1.2.5.6. Middle East and Africa (MEA) Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026)
CHAPTER 2. MARKET DYNAMICS AND COMPETITION ANALYSIS
2.1. Market Drivers 2.2. Restraints and Challenges 2.3. Growth Opportunities 2.4. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis 2.4.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers 2.4.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers 2.4.3. Threat of Substitute 2.4.4. Threat of New Entrants 2.4.5. Degree of Competition 2.5. Value Chain Analysis 2.6. Cost Structure Analysis 2.6.1. Raw Material and Suppliers 2.6.2. Manufacturing Process Analysis 2.7. Regulatory Compliance 2.8. Competitive Landscape, 2017 2.8.1. Player Positioning Analysis 2.8.2. Key Strategies Adopted By Leading Players
CHAPTER 3. MANUFACTURING PLANTS ANALYSIS
3.1. Capacity and Commercial Production Date of Global Patient Temperature Management Major Manufacturers in 2017 3.2. Manufacturing Plants Distribution of Global Patient Temperature Management Major Manufacturers in 2017 3.3. R&D Status and Technology Product of Global Patient Temperature Management Major Manufacturers in 2017 3.4. Raw Materials Sources Analysis of Global Patient Temperature Management Major Manufacturers in 2017
CHAPTER 4. PATIENT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT MARKET BY PRODUCT
4.1. Global Patient Temperature Management Revenue By Product 4.2. Patient Warming Systems 4.2.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.2.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.2.3. Conventional Warming Systems 4.2.4. Surface Warming Systems 4.2.5. Intravascular Warming Systems 4.3. Patient Cooling Systems 4.3.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.3.3. Conventional Cooling Systems 4.3.4. Surface Cooling Systems 4.3.5. Intravascular Cooling Systems
CHAPTER 5. PATIENT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT MARKET BY APPLICATION
5.1. Global Patient Temperature Management Revenue By Application 5.2. Surgery 5.2.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.2.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.3. Neurology 5.3.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.4. Pediatrics 5.4.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.5. Cardiology 5.5.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.6. Orthopedic Surgery 5.6.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.7. Others 5.7.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.7.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 6. PATIENT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT MARKET BY END USE
6.1. Global Patient Temperature Management Revenue By End Use 6.2. Emergency Room 6.2.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.2.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.3. Operating Room 6.3.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.4. Neonatal ICU 6.4.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.5. ICUs 6.5.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.6. Others 6.6.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 7. NORTH AMERICA PATIENT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT MARKET BY COUNTRY
7.1. North America Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.2. North America Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 7.3. U.S. 7.3.1. U.S. Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.4. Canada 7.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.5. Mexico 7.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 8. EUROPE PATIENT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT MARKET BY COUNTRY
8.1. Europe Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.2. Europe Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 8.3. UK 8.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.4. Germany 8.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.5. France 8.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.6. Spain 8.6.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.6.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.7. Rest of Europe 8.7.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.7.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.7.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 9. ASIA-PACIFIC PATIENT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT MARKET BY COUNTRY
9.1. Asia-Pacific Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.2. Asia-Pacific Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 9.3. China 9.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.4. Japan 9.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.5. India 9.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.6. Australia 9.6.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.6.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.7. South Korea 9.7.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.7.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.7.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.8. Rest of Asia-Pacific 9.8.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.8.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.8.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 10. LATIN AMERICA PATIENT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT MARKET BY COUNTRY
10.1. Latin America Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.2. Latin America Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 10.3. Brazil 10.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.4. Argentina 10.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.5. Rest of Latin America 10.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 11. MIDDLE EAST PATIENT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT MARKET BY COUNTRY
11.1. Middle East Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.2. Middle East Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 11.3. Saudi Arabia 11.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.4. UAE 11.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.5. Rest of Middle East 11.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 12. AFRICA PATIENT TEMPERATURE MANAGEMENT MARKET BY COUNTRY
12.1. Africa Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.2. Africa Patient Temperature Management Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 12.3. South Africa 12.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.4. Egypt 12.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.5. Rest of Africa 12.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Product, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Application, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By End Use, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 13. COMPANY PROFILE
13.1. Stryker Corporation 13.1.1. Company Snapshot 13.1.2. Overview 13.1.3. Financial Overview 13.1.4. Type Portfolio 13.1.5. Key Developments 13.1.6. Strategies 13.2. Inditherm Plc. 13.2.1. Company Snapshot 13.2.2. Overview 13.2.3. Financial Overview 13.2.4. Type Portfolio 13.2.5. Key Developments 13.2.6. Strategies 13.3. Bard Medical, Inc. 13.3.1. Company Snapshot 13.3.2. Overview 13.3.3. Financial Overview 13.3.4. Type Portfolio 13.3.5. Key Developments 13.3.6. Strategies 13.4. Medtronic 13.4.1. Company Snapshot 13.4.2. Overview 13.4.3. Financial Overview 13.4.4. Type Portfolio 13.4.5. Key Developments 13.4.6. Strategies 13.5. ZOLL Medical Corporation 13.5.1. Company Snapshot 13.5.2. Overview 13.5.3. Financial Overview 13.5.4. Type Portfolio 13.5.5. Key Developments 13.5.6. Strategies 13.6. Atom Medical Corporation 13.6.1. Company Snapshot 13.6.2. Overview 13.6.3. Financial Overview 13.6.4. Type Portfolio 13.6.5. Key Developments 13.6.6. Strategies 13.7. Others 13.7.1. Company Snapshot 13.7.2. Overview 13.7.3. Financial Overview 13.7.4. Type Portfolio 13.7.5. Key Developments 13.7.6. Strategies
CHAPTER 14. RESEARCH APPROACH
14.1. Research Methodology 14.1.1. Initial Data Search 14.1.2. Secondary Research 14.1.3. Primary Research 14.2. Assumptions and Scope
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Surveillance of Adverse Events After Seasonal Influenza Vaccination in Pregnant Women and Their Infants in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, July 2010-May 2016.
“Among IIV reports, the most frequent pregnancy-specific AE was spontaneous abortion in 62 (11.4%) reports, followed by stillbirth in ten (1.8%) and preterm delivery in six (1.1%).” Drug Safety 2017 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/27988883
Vaccines, biotechnology and their connection with induced abortion].
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Yellow fever vaccination during pregnancy and spontaneous abortion: a case-control study.
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2018.10.23 14:45 Zyvik123 Q&A with Sapkowski from the mid 2000's

This interview is gigantic, so I had to cut about 60% of it. I mostly kept Witcher-related questions. But I might translate the rest some other time.
( John ) Since February, as you have already noticed, I was leading a plebiscite on your best short story and ...
( AS ) I won it either way.
(John) Applause for the winner!
applause for the winner
( John ) Each story could have been awarded a maximum of 4 points (11 in total). It was also necessary to provide age and education - what is interesting, people with higher education (for example something related to economics) have given despite certain rules, eg 11 points for one story. I have to ask you which ones do you think should be in the top three?
( AS ) I have no idea.
( John ) Maybe the story you consider to be the most successful ...
( AS ) I will not answer. But I can try to guess what the voting results look like ... Let me think ... hm ... "Sword of Destiny" on the first, "The Witcher" on the second, "Something More" on the third.
( John ) "Sword of Destiny" on the seventh, "The Witcher" on the third, "Something More" on the tenth. On the first place "The Lesser Evil", on the second "The Last Wish". On the last place "The Voice of Reason", which I also included in the competition.
( AS ) It was not a story at all.
( John ) It is possible that there should also be "Something Ends, Something Begins."
( AS ) It was not a Witcher story, only an easter egg. A joke. I've talked about it many times.
( John ) And yet it overtook "The Grain of Truth", "Shard of Ice" ... There was also competition for a non-Witcher story . "Maladie" won ...
( AS ) Very good! Bravo!
( John ) Second place "In the Bomb's Funnel", third "The Golden Noon".
( AS ) Well, guys. Very good.
( John to the room ) I also urged Andrzej to take part ...
( AS ) No, no. I am too humble to vote for myself.
(question) I have a question about the ending, so similar at some point to Master and Margarita ...
( AS ) It was rather an obvious reference to the Arthurian legend, in wich Morgana brings Arthur to Avalon on a boat. And that it is similar to "MiM" ... Not my fault that Miszka Bulgakov came up with the same idea as me!
(question) Did you know from the very beginning how the "saga" will end?
( AS ) I calculated after a long burial in the abyss of memory that the first fragment of the "saga" was written when the famous Krakon and Polcon took place. I do not remember what year it was ...Probably 89th. And this first fragment was the scene of the battle between the Rats and Bonhart. However, when the first relatively full plan for the saga was created , I already knew its ending. As I have probably said many times , in the original design it was supposed to be three novels. The concept changed when it became clear that three volumes would mean too long breaks between successive books, and these books would be very, very abundant. To make a headache with all rumors and slanders - nobody forced me to change the five-volume concept, it was my decision, I decided that it would be better. This is how we have 5 novels, published in the years 1994 - 99. With the rule - "basically a book for every year". I fought like a lion that breaks between volumes would not be longer than one year ... Otherwise, it could end with Szklarski's syndrome .
( John ) So in 89th you killed Mistle ...
( AS ) Yes.
( John ) Did you know from the beginning that Ciri would fall in love with Mistle?
( AS ) Of course. It was one of the elements of the plan that was ready from the beginning.
( John ) And the scene in the library?
( AS ) And this is one of the things that came after the plan, there was no place in the original plan for Fringillia Vigo. When writing the scene in the library, I played with the idea of ​​writing it against people who say that it is impossible to do such a thing in Polish without falling into a vocabulary of gynecology or foul words. And I came up with an idea with books. But it still did not help, the newspaper that printed "Lady of the Lake" in parts, demanded from NOWA, to cut that scene as pornographic. They were mocked by the NOWA.
The Russians reacted to my alleged "pornography" even more ridiculuously. I noticed while reading the translation that the Mistle-Ciri scene was heavily watered down. The translator, to whom I complained, stated that I should thank him, because at first the publisher demanded - demanded from the translator, I emphasize - to change Mistle into a boy. Of all the translations, Czech is the best in my opinion. It is so interesting that the translator never, I emphasize NEVER, asked me any questions.
(question) What about the Witcher computer game?
( AS ) I have some reports but second hand, which shows that the almost finished game did not appeal to the creators and is being done anew.
( John ) Yes, they are doing anew, they have changed the whole team, it will probably come out in the last quarter of this year.
( AS ) Something like that. I do not participate in the work on the game, so please do not ask me for details. I never even played any computer games in my life.
(question) About Leo Bonhart ...
( AS ) It's funny, it was the name of one of my company's clients, an Englishman.
(question) Where did the concept of such a character came from?
( AS ) Do not ask me such questions. Would you ask Shakespeare: "Where did an idea for Macbeth came from?" Shakespeare came up with Macbeth and I with Bonhart. The end.
(question) Okay, but who is he?
( AS ) Well, who is he ... I wonder who? Maybe he's a disguised Macbeth?
(question) Could Leo Bonhart defeat Geralt?
( AS ) How can I know about something that I have NOT written? This is a question for the author of the role-playing game, because he must know if the troll can defeat the paladin and what will happen when the druid meets the nymph. Because in RPG such a meeting can not be ruled out. With me, you could safely exclude them because the plan did not foresee it. Bonhart is the character "led" by Ciri - until the finale.
( Marek Szyjewski ) I was wondering how could Galahad quote "Odyssey"?
( AS ) He could not .... He did not have the right! But I couldn't resist the temptation.
( Marek Szyjewski ) But Galahad, the hero of songs written in the twelfth century, could have known Homer.
( AS ) Galahad, indeed, was created as a character only in the twelfth century.This is the so-called ontological conflict, which the Arthurian legend is full of...
( Marek Szyjewski ) And what about the seed which will not sprout but burst into flame?
( AS ) Prophecies are full of inconceivable words, sentences and wordings, the word "nonsense" is at the end of the tongue. But seriously - you 're absolutely right - it's one of the handguns that did not fire in the last act, though it should've. I have no doubt that the attentive readers will catch me with these "unfilled guns". I admit to it without beating - I did not close several braces, I left a few insinuations - because the book was too swollen and cuts were necessary.
For example, I tell you that the following episode fell victim to F8 key: flashforward, a distant future. Fringilla Vigo's great-great-granddaughter wants to play with a cat, but it runs away in terror ...
( John ) She spent too much time in the library ...
laughter
( AS ) There were more victims of the F8 key. There were also episodes, which - although doomed - escaped with life. During the editorial work, Danusia Górska suggested cutting some episodes. But some survived.
(question) And which scenes she wanted to cut?
( AS ) For example, Danusia believed that Ciri's evening "visits" to King Auberon is too much and should be cut. She also claimed that the relationship between Ciri and the King is psychologically false, because if he did not have an erection, she should automatically hate him. I corroborated that my own - numerous - experiences do not confirm this.
( Bartek Grenda ) I have such a question ... did you read the "The Neverending Story"?
( AS ) I read everything from fantasy.
( Bartek Grenda ) If you used such mechanisms as Ciri's travels in time, did you have the idea of ​​doing something similar to what the author of "The Neverending Story" did? Because after reading this book we have to make almost an act of faith in this world, here it is similar with the sorceress Nimue, the Lady of the Lake, who is a huge fan of the legend of Ciri, gathers all possible versions of the story. She must very strongly believe in this legend (as we do).
( AS ) In "The Never Ending Story" less important was the staffage, dragons, monsters, etc. And more important just the children's faith ... Bastian Baltazar Bux, as we remember, moves to the land of fantasy while reading a book, deeply believing in the truth of what he reads. And the dream becomes reality. Allegorism and message are obvious. In the case of my Nimue it'ss supposed to be similar. When, as a little girl, she listens to the stories of a wandering old man, she associates her destiny with Ciri's, even though they are divided by ages. But her faith means that she will meet Ciri and that she, no one else, will open her path to Stygga's castle. A castle that has been put on the tapestry. Until the end, it is not known what castle it is on this tapestry. But Nimue knows it must be the one, because that's what the legend wants.
( John ) So "Something Ends, Something Begins" is one of the legends?
( AS ) Until the release of "Lady of the Lake", nobody believed me that this is not the last chapter of the saga. There were even voices saying that only Sapkowski could be so insolent that he would write and publish the last chapter as a story and then start writing a book when everyone knows how it will end. For many, it was a real surprise when they stated that "Something Ends ..." is not the ending
( Marek Szyjewski ) This is not my question, but from the mailing list - Wilma Wessely's paintings were described as particularly striking. How did she get it - is the artist's inspiration as good a source as the dream of a dreamer?
( AS ) Nobody knows. Art is an elusive concept. This is a question from the genre of "what was the Witcher's last wish" - I have no idea, I was not there.
(question) Many suggestions of the last wish were put on the list.
( AS ) I don't doubt it. I know that pain. When the comic books came into being, Maciek Parowski tormented me very much about this wish. And he answered all the arguments very seriously: "I understand, but we have to write something in the bubble".
( Adam Dudaczyk ) But this comic is horrible.
( AS ) No comment. I have a rule that if I can not do something better - and I can not prove it by example - I'm not criticizing it. I could not draw a comic book better, but I something about comic books. I grew up on very good comics. During my young years, the French "Vaillant" came to the Łódź Empik, the English "Eagle" and "Valiant" appeared, I knew the Belgian "Tintin", I saw exclusive album releases. These were really good things, they were - let's not be afraid of this word - works of art. That is why I never associated the word "comics" with something cheap. Without any resistance, I accepted the comic cooperation with Parowski and Polch.
(question) Maybe Rosiński would draw better?
( AS ) If I am to be completely honest, I would be most happy with the proposal from the Japanese. Manga.
(question) Which character is your favorite?
( AS ) The author should not fall in love with what he himself created. I do not deny, I have a specific fondness for certain forms of things; however, mainly for side characters, not foreground ones. My two favorite characters are King Esterad and Queen Zuleyka.
( Adam Dudaczyk ) I have a question - where do you get these amazing from?
( AS ) This is one of the most important things, so important that it does not have a prescription and a way for it. You need to have a feeling.
( Adam Dudaczyk ) Are you walking down the street and if something catches your eye, do you take it as a name?
( AS ) Exactly. If I notice something interesting looking, I immediately note or remember. In Montreal, I noticed a shop with the name "John Renfrew". I turned it into Renfri, what a great female name!
( Johan von Batke ) In Jaworzno, a computer company is called "Triss Merigold". And Yennefer is vodka. Different spelling but the same pronounciation. There is mineral water "Aretuza".
( AS ) This is a mythological name, but when I was somewhere near Toruń I noticed the roadside advertisement of this water, it reminded me of the name and I used it for the castle.
(question) Angouleme ...
( AS ) French city of course. One of the most famous convents of comic books takes place there .
(question) Regis?
( AS ) Regis is "royal" in Latin. Someone pointed it out to me, I did not remember that the planet in the "Invincible" is also called Regis. But my Regis does not come from this planet.
(question) And Condwiramurs?
( AS ) This is a figure from the Arthurian legend, it probably appears in Chretien de Troyes.
( Marek Szyjewski ) Condwiramurs is Percival's wife.
( AS ) The origins of the name Condwiramurs is, according to Joseph Campbell, "conduir amour" or "to make love". The Fisher King is also from the legend. He was a fisherman because he could not hunt - he was wounded in the thigh, it was a symbolic wound depriving him of masculinity - I left this thread alone, but this is the subtext of the legend - the king can not bear any children until the Grail heals him ...
(question) Did you sometimes find names in the dictionary?
( AS ) Of course, I do it very often. I used very old, lesser known encyclopedias and dictionaries. I took the encyclopedia, opened it somewhere - and there it is - Demawend. And then - Nenneke. A proven method.
( Bartek Grenda ) We hear all the time about flashbacks, flashforwards, technique, repetitions, etc. In your own eyes you are an experienced, skilful professional and artisan or just a talented artist?
( AS ) It is impossible to separate one from the other. Talent and inspiration are one thing, but without technique it will not get far. It's just that if talent and inspiration are rather elusive things, technique has rules that are clear enough to be cataloged. And professionalism is not a pejorative concept for me, but the highest school of driving. And the so-called God's spark? You either have it or you don't. I always had to write.
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The results showed that individuals who were no longer depressed had similar rates of heart disease as those who had never been depressed (4.6% and 4.8%, respectively).
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2015.07.02 20:10 AKSlider What to expect from change of legal gender in CA/USA

Hello California / USA residents,
I am ready to change my legal name. I've thought about it for a while and I think I'm set on my preferred name.
Change of legal gender though - I want to have all of my bases covered before I take this step.

What are areas I am overlooking? What are details I have not yet considered?
Thank you very much.
EDIT - Where can I find details related to legal documents of birth-fathers & their children? Sej - I don't have a fb.
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2011.08.23 00:30 dirtydomino IAmA woman who was misdiagnosed with Fibromyalgia for 13 years ...

I wanted to share my story in hopes of it helping others who are struggling with their health like I did.
In 1997 (when I was 16), I contracted mononucleosis (mono) and became extremely ill. I had to be hospitalized due to liver failure after taking Tylenol for 4 days to treat a fever (took it as prescribed). Six months later, I was experiencing a great deal of aches and pains. I had little-to-no energy and as a teenager, found I was always tired and sleepy; when I use to be fit and athletic.
I went to my primary doctor who referred me to an Orthopedist. I was given painful steroid shots in my hips in hopes of it helping the pain -- it only made things worse. The Orthopedist referred me to a Rheumatologist who did a full rheumatoid blood workup. He found nothing. After months of doing various tests, he diagnosed me as having "Fibromyalgia" and put me on Celebrex (yes, the drug with a "black box warning"). I was told Fibromyalgia was something I would have to live with for the rest of my life and would have to learn how to manage my pain and fatigue. Oh, and don't let the door hit you on the ass on the way out.
For the next 13 years, I went to see doctor after doctor, pleading for treatment -- anything to help with the pain. I tried every alternative medicine/treatment available, but nothing improved my health. I had to quit school and abandon my dream to be a professional musician because I no longer had the strength or energy to even carry, let alone play, my instrument.
It got to the point where I stopped telling doctors I had fibromyalgia as they would use it as an "umbrella" for every diagnosis. Diarrhea for 4 years straight? Must be fibromyalgia. Chronic headaches? Fibromyalgia. Randomly breaking out in hives? Fibro again.
I've had tubes down every orifice of my body to try to see if there could be anything from cancer, to crohns. After tracking down a doctor who "suspects zebras, not horses when he hears hoof beats", he tested me for Lyme's Disease and even AIDS, but everything came back as normal.
It wasn't until I went to my annual gynecological appointment and told my doctor that I've packed on the pounds in the last few years -- despite watching my diet that he decided to get me tested for diabetes. I took a Fasting Plasma Glucose Test later that week. The results showed negative for diabetes, but my numbers for insulin resistance were extremely high. I asked my doctor what that meant, and he said, "It just means you could become diabetic if you're not careful". And that, as they say, was that.
So I thought, "That's just fucking great. ANOTHER thing to add to my list of shit wrong with me."
Over the next 9 months, I tried to eat healthy (no fast food, home-cooked meals, organic), but continued to gain weight (up to 160lbs) and still felt terrible. I had no energy to exercise, so I tried to limit more and more of what I took in. It wasn't until my husband and I went out to eat at our favorite restaurant where, after our meal, I nearly passed out at the table. I was so fatigued over the next few months, it took all my energy to just breathe. I had migraines nonstop for days and I barely had the strength to do anything but rest in bed all day long. I seriously thought I was slowly dying.
Feeling bloated, weak, head-throbbing, days of crying out of fear and despair, I decided I would cut out all sugar and carbohydrates from my diet and try to "purge" my body from any possible toxins. It was the last thing I could think to do -- it was almost instinctual.
3 days on this very simple diet of leafy greens, cheese and chicken, I went from feeling like I was on the brink of death, to having so much energy I felt like I could run for miles. The turn around was literally that fast. My chronic headaches that seemed to last for decades faded. The constant pain in my muscles were gone. I felt my body recovering rapidly. Two weeks later, after walking a mile and feeling like I could have ran it, I fell to my knees in the middle of a park and wept in pure joy. I finally had my life back.
Today, I've lost 40lbs and weigh less than I did when I was in High School (my 30th birthday is this year). My husband and I are making plans to travel the world -- something I could have never dreamed to do before. Bicycle in Ireland? Absolutely -- we're going next year. Backpack over Shikoku Island in Japan? We're setting a date and taking Japanese language lessons. I want to do it all and actually be able to live my life. I'm even thinking about buying a tenor sax and playing some sweet jazz again.
So, what is going on with my body? Insulin Resistance(http://tinyurl.com/3tus5zx). Basically, the cells in my body don't absorb insulin like it's suppose to. Therefore, both my insulin and blood sugar levels rise, causing a build-up of "toxins" in my body. All that insulin and blood sugar has to go somewhere and it was going into my soft tissue, causing the muscular pain and mental fatigue.
Though I didn't eat a lot of sugary foods, I did eat a fair amount of carbs, like rice with my chicken meal. Or pasta with red sauce. My favorite snack was baby carrots -- even those have a high sugar content.
To balance my diet out now, I have to eat more protein to balance any carbs or sugars I take in. I still need carbs for energy, just a very small amount. Instead of snacking on crackers, I snack on peanuts. I haven't eaten french fries or drank a soda for almost a year now; though I eat a few potato chips to taste my husband's amazing salsa. I've also cut out all raw diary products as I'm also lactose intolerant.
And after talking to my new primary doctor, she's informed me that I'm "not the first person to come to her and say that they were diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, only to learn they were insulin resistant instead". And thinking back on it, I realized the times where I had "flare-ups" were the times when my diet was probably at it's worse. For instance when I went to college. There was a coffee shop down the road from our apartment and I probably had 2-3 mocha's a day back then. My sugar intake back then was probably through the roof.
I hope my story helps others who are out there. I've been told by friends and family that I should share my story because it may really help someone. If not you, then someone you love. Get tested for insulin resistance or do as I did, limit your diet for a few days and see if cutting out sugars and carbs help you feel better.
I'm open to any questions -- I'll do my best to answer them.
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