What is Delirium

July 19, 2017

Delirium is a serious disturbance in cerebral abilities that results in confused thinking g and reduced awareness of your local environment. The star of delirium is normally rapid, occurring within an hour or a few days. Delirium can often be traced to one or more contributing factors, such as severe or chronic medical illness, differences in your metabolic balance ( such as low sodium), infection, medication, surgery, or alcohol or…

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What is Sepsis Syndrome (Septic Shock)

July 18, 2017

Sepsis is a condition that is potentially fatal with an infection. Sepsis occurred when chemicals discharged into the bloodstream to fight the infection trigger inflammatory responses throughout the body. This inflammation can cause a cataract of changes that can damage multiple organ systems causing them fail. If sepsis advances to septic shock, blood pressure drops dam racily and may lead to death. Anyone can develop sepsis; it is most prevalent…

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What is Exfoliative Cheilitis?

July 14, 2017

Exfoliative cheilitis is a persistent skin condition that affects the lip. This ailment can be described by persistent peeling of the skin, with flaking and dryness. Non- stop peeling of the lips skin will later reveal raw skin and following symptoms such as fissures, burn, crack and pain. Exfoliative cheilitis is not a typical occurrence or as the incidence is not commonly reported. It is a chronic skin condition that…

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Why Do I Have Dry and Chapped Lips?

July 12, 2017

Many may think of chapped lips a condition at only happens in the winter. You can get dry, sore, cracked and scaly lips anytime during the year. We have highlighted a few things that can cause more damage to your lips, preventing you from having healthy lips. Chapped lips also called cheilitis is primarily due to the loss of hydration from natural oils and lips, in the outermost skin layer…

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Do Anti-Aging Creams Really Work?

June 29, 2017

Understanding Wrinkle Creams: Your guide to knowing what works and what doesn’t. Do over-the-counter wrinkle creams have the ability to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. This answer depends on many different factors. Many wrinkle creams and lotions sold online, drugstores and departments stores promise to reduce the occurrence of wrinkles and prevent or even reverse the damage caused by the sun. Do these creams work? That depends…

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What is a Groin Strain

June 27, 2017

A groin strain is a damaged tear or rupture to any one of the adductor muscles producing pain in the inner thigh. Groin injuries can range in severity from very mild to very cruise in which the injury is completely debilitating. First treatment typically starts with protection, rest, ice and compression during the early acute stage followed by a comprehensive rehabilitation and muscle strengthening program. Symptoms The main symptom of…

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Understanding Ankle Sprains

June 23, 2017

An ankle sprain transpires when one of the ligaments is torn in the ankle. The most common ankle sprain occurs on the lateral or outside portion of the ankle. This is a prevalent injury for people and specifically affects individuals during a variety of types of activities. It can occur in the setting of an ankle fracture – cases in which the bone breaks. More commonly it will occur in…

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What Is Bicep Tendinitis

June 21, 2017

Biceps tendinitis is a swelling or irritation of the upper biceps tendon. This powerful, cord-like structure links the biceps muscle to the bones in the shoulder. Pain in the anterior of the shoulder and instability are common symptoms of biceps tendinitis. They can frequently be relieved with rest and medication. In severe cases, surgery can be required to repair the tendon. Anatomy Your shoulder is a ball and socket joint…

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Elbow/Forearm Tendon Ligament Tear

June 17, 2017

The elbow is a composite joint of the upper limb made up of articulation humerus and two bones of the forearm, primarily, ulna, and radius. It is one of the essential joints of the upper limb and allows the basic moves including the flexion as well as the extension of the upper limb and rotation of the forearm. The ulnar collateral ligament, the annular ligament, and radial collateral ligament support…

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What is Tracheal Stenosis?

June 7, 2017

The trachea, commonly referred to the windpipe, is the windpipe, are the connecting the voice box and the lungs. When this airway narrows or contracts, the condition is known as tracheal stenosis, which restricts the ability to breathe normally. There are two classes of this condition. Acquired – produced by an injury or illness after birth Congenital – present at birth Most of the cases of bacterial stenosis a from…

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