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Ulcerative colitis is so common nowadays. Dr. Vikram Chauhan want to give them a common advice which is to refrain from recurrent biopsies because when they perform the biopsy, a punch is attached on the colonoscope and it takes out a piece of the intestine. If you get it done once in 10-12 years, its fine but not more than once. Though, getting it done once also won’t be required. But, if you have undergone biopsy once for the diagnosis, it’s enough. If you keep undergoing biopsies time and again, then repeated punches develop an injury. The ayurvedic medicines that will be given to you will heal those injuries/ulcers. There are certain Ayurvedic medicines available which cure this disorder completely.
26 Feb 2018
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Ayurveda cures Ulcerative colitis permanently. Dr. Vikram Chauhan from Mohali, India is offering excellent ayurvedic treatment for ulcerative colitis using herbs like kutaz and bilwa and others.
3 Mar 2018
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Ulcerative colitis is an inflammatory disease of the large intestine which is also called colon. The lining of large intestine become inflamed and develops tiny ulcers. There are very good results in ulcerative colitis patients after using Ayurvedic herbal medicines
9 Mar 2018
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this video describe as how aspirin, ibuprofen( NSAIDs ) can cause peptic ulcer...
19 Mar 2007
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Michael Davis, MD, pediatrician, discusses Helicobacter pylori infection and stomach ulcers in children.
27 Apr 2008
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Ulcer at Work is an artistically made educational video with superb Film Noir style moviemaking. Steve Hall, an ambitious executive, notices a pain in his side, but doesn’t let it deter him from showing up his coworkers and stressing out over problems at home. In the end, an animated scene reveals that Steve has developed a duodenal ulcer. After Steve passes out from the pain, his is forced to see the doctor, who diagnoses the ulcer. He warns Steve that ulcers come from “the wrong kind of feelings.” When Steve is with his family, it is easy to see where some of these feelings come from. Steve’s family “doesn’t exactly hate him,” but they are only interested in the fact that he brings home a paycheck and presents. His kids are greedy little brats and his wife is a nagging compulsive shopper. After Steve has another “episode” at home, the doctor pays a house call. He blames Steve’s wife for her role in his ulcer and warns her that if Steve were dead or unable to work, her status as a poor widow would not be very pleasant. This film effectively teaches about Ulcers and stress, as well as providing wonderfully visually engaging entertainment.
21 Oct 2008
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there-a-cure-for-ulcerative-colitis Are you restricting your diet from spicy foods and alcohol and blaming stress or bad genes for the constant burning sensations?
17 Apr 2009
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Young people with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis have shown dramatic improvements in health and increased remission rates under an innovative new program called ImproveCareNow. Find out more at *******www.ImproveCareNow****.
20 Nov 2009
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31 Jan 2010
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*******www.nucleusinc****/medical-animation This 3D medical animation shows an upper GI (gastrointestinal) endoscopy procedure to diagnose the presence of helicobacter pylori causing a stomach (gastric) ulcer. The animation also includes the treatment of a bleeding ulcer using endoscopic tools.
10 Dec 2010
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Diabetic Foot Ulcers A diabetic foot ulcer is an open sore or wound that most com- monly occurs on the bottom of the foot in approximately 15 percent of patients with diabetes. Of those who develop a foot ulcer, six percent will be hospitalized due to infection or other ulcer-related complication. Diabetes is the leading cause of nontraumatic lower extremity amputations in the United States, and approximately 14 to 24 percent of patients with diabetes who develop a foot ulcer have an amputation. Research, however, has shown that the development of a foot ulcer is preventable. Who Can Get a Diabetic Foot Ulcer? Anyone who has diabetes can develop a foot ulcer. Native Americans, African Americans, Hispanics and older men are more likely to develop ulcers. People who use insulin are at a higher risk of developing a foot ulcer, as are patients with diabetes-related kidney, eye, and heart disease. Being overweight and using alcohol and tobacco also play a role in the development of foot ulcers. Visit our website: *******www.flfootandankle****
15 Feb 2011
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This video is on Ulcer causes and treatments. Visit www.pharmacygraduates**** for more
19 Mar 2011
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8 Sep 2011
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Foot Ulcer - NYC Podiatry Manhattan and White Plains, NY Dr. Donna M. Hartmann discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for Foot Ulcers. *******www.adlerfootcare**** Ulcers are skin wounds that are slow to heal. In the foot, as prominent metatarsal heads on the plantar (bottom of the foot) are subjected to increased pressure, the skin begins to become callused. When subjected to shearing forces, there is a separation between the layers on this callused skin, which fills with fluid and becomes contaminated and infected. The result is a foot ulcer. Ulcers are classified in four stages, according to how deeply they penetrate the layers of skin they have broken through. The four stages of ulcers are: • Stage 1—Characterized by reddening wounds over bony areas. The redness on the skin does not go away when pressure is relieved. • Stage 2—Characterized by blisters, peeling, or cracked skin. There is a partial thickness skin loss involving the top two layers of the skin. • Stage 3—Characterized by broken skin and sometimes bloody drainage. There is a full thickness skin loss involving subcutaneous tissue (the tissue between the skin and the muscle.) • Stage 4—Characterized by breaks in the skin involving skin, muscle, tendon, and bone and are often associated with a bone infection (osteomyelitis). The are also four major cause of foot ulcers: • Neuropathic—Related to the nerves and characterized by a loss of sensation in the feet. • Arterial—Related to poor blood circulation to the lower extremity. This type of ulcer can be very painful and is usually found on the tips of toes, lower legs, ankle, heel, and top of the foot. It can very easily become infected. • Venous—Related to compromised veins. These ulcers are often seen around the inside of the ankle and are slow to heal. • Decubitus—Derived from excessive and prolonged pressure on one area of the foot. The most common type of decubitus ulcer of the feet is bed sores on the backs of the heels of people confined to bed for long periods of time. Foot ulcers are a common problem for diabetics. Contact casts are sometimes applied to the diabetic foot to relieve the bony prominent areas of pressure, allowing ulcers to heal. Visit our website: *******www.adlerfootcare****
12 Oct 2011
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Accutane, the prescription acne medication used by millions of Americans, has in recent years been linked to the development of a number of different painful medical conditions. Ulcerative colitis, one of the most common medical consequences of Accutane use, can be particularly painful, causing severe intestinal distress and even potentially leading to colorectal cancer. For this reason, it is important that all current and former Accutane users be aware of the common signs and symptoms of ulcerative colitis in order to be able to recognize this condition should it develop. To learn more about these common symptoms, please visit : *******www.accutanelawsuitattorney****/ulcerative-colitis
22 Feb 2012
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