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How to Treat heart murmur in baby 4 months |Adult Heart Murmur Heart murmurs are unusual sounds that the blood makes as it is pumped through your heart. Some heart murmurs are innocent heart murmurs and are not indicative of a condition requiring treatment. Other heart murmurs, however, are abnormal and may require monitoring or treatment 1 Take medications if your doctor prescribes them. The medication you are prescribed may vary depending on your particular condition and medical history. Commonly used medications include:[18] Anticoagulants. These medications reduce blood clots. They reduce the likelihood that a blood clot will form in your heart or brain causing a heart attack or stroke.
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Elon Musk unveils the Model 3 at the Tesla Design Studio March 31, 2016. I was among the first to take a ride in the new car and was impressed with the design, power, and great looks! The interior just has one 4:3 ratio monitor in a horizontal positon. There are no gauges or dials anywhere! Still a very fast car and I'm sure options will include models that can go 0-60 in the 4.5 second range. Base models will innclude auto pilot and supercharging.
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The toxic nature of lead is well documented. Lead affects all organs and functions of the body to varying degrees. The frequency and severity of symptoms among exposed individuals depends upon the amount of exposure. The list below shows many of the key lead-induced health effects. - Neurological Effects Peripheral neuropathy Fatigue / Irritability Impaired concentration Hearing loss Wrist / Foot drop Seizures Encephalopathy - Gastrointestinal Effects Nausea Dyspepsia Constipation Colic Lead line on gingival tissue - Reproductive Effects Miscarriages/Stillbirths Reduced sperm count & motility Abnormal sperm - Heme Synthesis Anemia Erythrocyte protoporphyrin elevation - Renal Effects Chronic nephropathy with proximal tubular damage Hypertension - Other Arthralgia Myalgia
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How to Prevent stage iv brain cancer|treatment of glioblastoma multiforme grade 4 Brain cancer is an attack of small tumors on the brain or close to it.[1] There are many types of brain tumors that may be benign or malignant, and it is important to note that pediatric brain cancer is very different from brain cancer in adults.[2] In most cases, doctors do not know the cause of brain cancer, though they do know that there are certain risk factors that make you more susceptible to developing the disease.[3] Doctors do not yet understand the major causes of the primary tumors. Although you may not definitively be able to eliminate all chances of getting brain cancer, by understanding your risk factors, the disease, and taking proactive steps such as regular check ups and living a healthy lifestyle, you may decrease your risk of developing tumors or cancer of the brain or surrounding area
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This dog is not just huge, it's incredibly huge. An adult can easily hide behind this dog in its standing position, yet they say the dog is not yet adult.
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Dr. Taz Bhatia, integrative health expert shares tips for the 25 million Americans that live with bladder leakage
28 Sep 2017
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Learning to play piano is easy when you understand how it works. This program will each you exactly how to start playing today
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Here's a re-edited version of episode 3, in preparation of episode 4 and a can of tuna. This version contains some rewritten scenes and has additional music added.
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The lymphatic system removes infections and other toxins from the blood. A sick body is a toxic and infected (or soon to be infected) body. Arguably, most every chronic disease and every infection is indicative of an overwhelmed lymphatic system. When the system is overwhelmed, the body is overwhelmed. With any chronic illness, getting well includes improving lymphatic function. Edema, or Oedema – Swelling that results when tissues cannot drain fluid into the lymphatic system quickly enough – see image above. Lymphedema – Caused by a blockage in the lymphatic system, part of the immune and circulatory systems. Lymphedema is most commonly caused by lymph node removal or damage due to cancer treatment. Elephantiasis – Medically known as lymphatic filariasis, a condition characterized by enlargement of an area of the body, typically the limbs. It looks like a severe case of edema, and it is. Glandular fever – A type of viral infection that mostly affects young adults. Symptoms include tender lymph nodes. Hodgkin’s disease – A type of cancer of the lymphatic system. Tonsillitis – Infection of the tonsils in the throat. Lymphadenopathy – Occurs when the lymph nodes swell due to infections. Viral infections like measles, rubella, glandular fever, and HIV may also cause lymphadenopathy of the lymph nodes. Lymphadenitis – Inflammation of the lymph nodes usually caused due to infections. Filariasis – An infection of the lymphatic channels by a worm or parasite. Splenomegaly – Swelling of the spleen due to a viral infection like infectious mononucleosis.
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Many people with mild lead poisoning have no symptoms. Symptoms that do occur usually develop over several weeks or longer. Sometimes symptoms flare up periodically. Typical symptoms of lead poisoning include personality changes, headaches, loss of sensation, weakness, a metallic taste in the mouth, uncoordinated walking, poor appetite, vomiting, constipation, crampy abdominal pain, bone or joint pains, high blood pressure, and anemia. Kidney damage often develops without symptoms. Young children who have been exposed to lead may become cranky and their attention span and play activity may decrease over the course of several weeks. Encephalopathy can then begin suddenly and worsen over the next several days, resulting in persistent, forceful vomiting; poor coordination and difficulty walking; confusion; sleepiness; and, finally, seizures and coma. Chronic lead poisoning in children may cause intellectual disability, seizure disorders, aggressive behavior disorders, developmental regression, chronic abdominal pain, and anemia. Adults who are exposed to lead at work typically develop symptoms (such as personality changes, headaches, abdominal pain, and damage to nerves, with numbness and loss of sensation in the feet and legs) over several weeks or longer. Adults may develop loss of sex drive, infertility, and, in men, erectile dysfunction (impotence). Encephalopathy rarely develops in adults. Children and adults may develop anemia. Children and adults who inhale the fumes from leaded gasoline may develop symptoms of psychosis in addition to typical symptoms of lead poisoning.
26 Sep 2017
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• Hospital equipment and supplies refer to instruments which are used in hospitals and healthcare establishments. • Wholesale dealers supply medicines and refrigerators to pharmacies and blood banks. • There are four types of Equipment which are diagnostic, treatment, procedural and patient care. Diagnostic Equipment • Diagnostic Equipment are used to check vitals and examine patients. • Some diagnostic Equipment are X- ray and MRI scanners, heart rate monitors, BP machines and ultrasound monitors. Procedural Equipment • Procedural Equipment are used to perform surgical procedures. • Suction machines are used to perform emergency suction application for adults, children and infants. • They also include consumables like bandages, surgical instruments, sanitary products and antiseptics, cleaning supplies. Autoclave Equipment • Autoclave is a procedural equipment which is used to sterilize surgical instruments. • Autoclave machines use pressurized steam or hot mater to ensure hygiene and safety. • Some examples of autoclave Equipment are water distillers, aerosol disinfectors and syringe containers. Treatment Equipment • Hospital treatment Equipment are also used in clinical laboratories and nursing homes. • Some examples of treatment Equipment are medical ventilators, cardiac support and radiation therapy machines. • Treatment Equipment also include incubators, medical thermometers ENT and Ophthalmic Equipment. Patient Care Equipment • These Equipment are essential for patient’s comfort and life support. • Hospital equipment suppliers provide quality resources for the welfare of patients. • They provide bed pans, comfortable beds, basins, hot water bags, dressing drums and sanitary ware. Visit yellowpages-uae com to contact Hospital Equipment Suppliers in UAE i e at http://www yellowpages-uae com/uae/hospital-equipment-supplies
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Metabolism is a term that generally refers to the processes in the human body that deal with energy and burning fat. When we are young, our metabolism is highest, but as we age, it starts to lower. This goes hand in hand with diminishing levels of Human Growth Hormone, which also drop in our adult years, and low HGH lowers metabolism. However, there are natural things you can do to keep your metabolism high as you age. The following are some of the most effective and accessible strategies: Improve your Sleeping Habits Drink More Green Tea Drink Coffee Exercise More Intensely, and Try Working Out Never Miss Breakfast Drink Lots of Water These tips have been shown to help people lose weight, increase their energy levels, and improve their quality of life, no matter what the age. To learn more about HGH injections please look us up on Google at "The Conscious Evolution Institute of Hormone Replacement Therapy" and visit our website at www dot HGH dot TV.
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