Understanding Fainting – The Basics

What Is Fainting? Fainting also can be called syncope, which is a sudden, brief loss of consciousness and posture caused by lower blood flow to the brain. Many different conditions can cause fainting. These encompass heart issues such as unique, seizures, heartbeats, low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), anemia (a shortage in functional oxygen-bearing cells). These conditions also cause difficulties with how the nervous system (the human body’s system of nerves) controls…

October 6, 2019
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Headaches During Your Pregnancy

August 4, 2019

Causses and Treatement for Headaches During Pregnancy Unfortunately , headaches are one of the most prevalent pains experienced during a woman’s pregnancy. These headaches can happen at any time within your pregnancy, but they often are the most common during the first and third trimesters. What produces headaches while pregnant? Within your the first trimester, the body undergoes a surge of hormones and a jump in blood volume. These two…

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What is Age-related Hearing Loss?

July 5, 2019

Age-related hearing loss (also referred to as presbycusis) is a kind of hearing disorder that slowly impacts people they grow older. It is one of the most prevalent conditions afflicting aging/elderly adults. Nearly one in three people in the United States within the ages of 65 and 74 suffer from hearing loss, and nearly half of all adults over the age of 75 have trouble hearing. You have trouble hearing,…

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Wheezing And Asthma In Infants And Young Children

September 3, 2018

Wheezing is a relatively high-pitched whistling sound, which is generated by the movement of air through constricted or compressed small airways. It comes in the first years of life are common and is usually caused by a viral respiratory infection or asthma, but other possible causes include inhaled irritants or allergens, reflux, and heart failure. Recurrent episodes of wheezing are common in the early years; 1 of 3 children has…

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Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome

The Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome is a combined B and T cell defect underlying is expressed in recurrent infections, eczema and thrombocytopenia. (See also Overview of immune deficiency disorders, and approach to the patient with an immunodeficiency disorder.) The Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome is a combined B and T cell defect underlying is expressed in recurrent infections, eczema and thrombocytopenia. (See also Overview of immune deficiency disorders, and approach to the patient with an…

September 3, 2018
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X-Linked Lymphoproliferative Syndrome Inherited

(Duncan’s syndrome) The X-linked lymphoproliferative syndrome is a result of a defect in the T-cells and natural killer cells and is characterized by an abnormal sensitivity to Epstein-Barr virus infections. This can lead to liver failure, immunodeficiency, lymphoma, fatal lymphoproliferative diseases or bone marrow aplasia. (See also Overview of immune deficiency disorders, and approach to the patient with an immunodeficiency disorder.) The X-linked lymphoproliferative syndrome is a result of a…

September 3, 2018
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X-Ray And Other Imaging Contrast Examinations

The main contraindication in X-ray contrast media studies is a suspicion of a perforation because free barium causes severe irritation to the mediastinum or peritoneum; water-soluble contrast agents are less irritating and can be used in cases of possible perforation. In elderly patients, storage and rotation for optimum positioning of barium and intraluminal air often causes difficulties. X-ray and other imaging contrast examinations are the entire GIT from the pharynx…

September 3, 2018
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X-Ray Contrast Media And Contrast Media Reactions

Iodinated contrast agents may be Radiopaque contrast agents are often used in radiography and fluoroscopy, to distinguish boundaries between tissues of similar X-ray density. Most contrast agents containing iodine. Iodinated contrast agents may be Ionic Nonionic Ionic contrast media, the salts are hyperosmolar as compared to blood. Ionic contrast agent should be used either for myelographic investigations, nor for injections in which it into the spinal canal (neurotoxic risk side…

September 3, 2018
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Zika Virus (Zv) Infections

The Zika virus is a flavivirus that is similar to viruses, dengue fever, yellow fever and West Nile fever. cause. A Zika virus infection is usually asymptomatic, but can cause fever, rash, joint pain, or conjunctivitis; a Zika virus infection during pregnancy can cause (a serious birth defects) and eye abnormalities microcephaly. The diagnosis is by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay or a reverse transcriptase-PCR. posed. The treatment is symptomatic. Prevention includes…

September 3, 2018
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Waiving Resuscitation (Vaw- Arrangement) And Medical Instructions For Life-Sustaining Treatments

Physicians should discuss with their patients the possibility of cardiac and respiratory arrest and describe the procedures for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the possible outcomes and ask their patients about their preferences. If the patient is unable to make a decision on the revival of an alternate who can make this decision by drawing on previously articulated wishes of the patient in the best interest of the patient. Abandoning resuscitation (VAW-arrangement)…

September 3, 2018
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