Prevention and treatment of systemic glucocorticoid side effects Musculoskeletal Osteoporosis Bone loss is one of the most common and debilitating side effects associated with prolonged high-dose glucocorticoid therapy [1]. Glucocorticoids reduce bone formation and increase bone resorption [2–6]. Bone loss associated with glucocorticoid therapy is most pronounced in the first few months after initiating treatment. A study showed that patients Read More …

Best Sleep Positions For Couples

Best Sleep Positions For Couples/ Generally, the best sleeping position for you is the one that allows you to have the most REM sleep (that magical “deep sleep” when you dream and when your eyes dart from side-to-side). All parts of the sleep cycle are important, but REM sleep is the most restorative and vital for memory retention. Without enough Read More …

Complication of Wet Gangrene, Treatment

Complication of Wet Gangrene/Wet Gangrene is characterized by thriving bacteria and has a poor prognosis (compared to dry gangrene) due to sepsis resulting from the free communication between infected fluid and circulatory fluid. In wet gangrene, the tissue is infected by saprogenic microorganisms (Clostridium perfringens or Bacillus fusiformis, for example), which cause the tissue to swell and emit a bad smell. Wet Read More …

Test Diagnosis of Gas Gangrene, Treatment

Test Diagnosis of Gas Gangrene

Test Diagnosis of Gas Gangrene/Gas Gangrene is a bacterial infection that produces gas within tissues. It can be caused by Clostridium, most commonly alpha toxin-producing C. perfringens, or various nonclostridial species.[rx][rx] The infection spreads rapidly as the gases produced by the bacteria expand and infiltrate healthy tissue in the vicinity. Because of its ability to quickly spread to surrounding tissues, gas gangrene Read More …

What Is The Best Treatment of Dry Gangrene

What Is The Best Treatment of Dry Gangrene

What Is The Best Treatment of Dry Gangrene/Dry gangrene is a form of coagulative necrosis that develops in ischemic tissue, where the blood supply is inadequate to keep tissue viable. It is not a disease itself, but a symptom of other diseases.[rx] Dry gangrene is often due to peripheral artery disease but can be due to acute limb ischemia. As a result, people with arteriosclerosis, high cholesterol, diabetes, Read More …

How Do I Treat Dry Gangrene? Causes

How Do I Treat Dry Gangrene

How Do I Treat Dry Gangrene/Dry gangrene is a form of coagulative necrosis that develops in ischemic tissue, where the blood supply is inadequate to keep tissue viable. It is not a disease itself, but a symptom of other diseases.[10] Dry gangrene is often due to peripheral artery disease but can be due to acute limb ischemia. As a result, people with arteriosclerosis, high cholesterol, diabetes, and smoking Read More …

Gangrene; Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Gangrene localized death of animal soft tissue, caused by prolonged interruption of the blood supply that may result from injury or infection. Diseases in which gangrene is prone to occur include arteriosclerosis, diabetes, Raynaud’s disease, thromboangiitis obliterans (Buerger’s disease), and typhus. It also may occur after severe burns, freezing, or prolonged bed rest (bed sores). Gangrene is an acute, rapidly progressive, and potentially fatal, infective necrotizing fasciitis affecting Read More …

What Are Different Types of Skin Diseases?

What Are Different Types of Skin Diseases?

What Are Different Types of Skin Diseases?/Skin Diseases are sometimes thought of, in planning terms, as small-time players in the global league of illness compared with diseases that cause significant mortality, such as HIV/AIDS, community-acquired pneumonia, and tuberculosis. The major function of this system is as a barrier against the external environment.[rx]The skin weighs an average of four kilograms, covers Read More …

Helicon Kit For Helicobacter Pylori Infection

Helicon Kit For Helicobacter Pylori Infection

Helicon Kit For Helicobacter Pylori Infection/Helicobacter pylori is a gram-negative spiral-shaped bacterium that affects up to 50% of the population worldwide, with a higher prevalence in developing countries.[rx][rx][rx] H. pylori are the most important cause for chronic or atrophic gastritis, peptic ulcer, gastric lymphoma, and gastric carcinoma[4]; however, these complications are less often seen in children and adolescents compared to adults.[rx] H. Read More …

What can I eat for breakfast if I have H Pylori?

What can I eat for breakfast if I have H Pylori

What can I eat for breakfast if I have H Pylori?/Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a gram-negative spiral-shaped bacterium that affects up to 50% of the population worldwide, with a higher prevalence in developing countries.[rx][rx][rx] H. pylori are the most important cause for chronic or atrophic gastritis, peptic ulcer, gastric lymphoma, and gastric carcinoma[4]; however, these complications are less often Read More …

Helicobacter Pylori; Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a gram-negative spiral-shaped bacterium that affects up to 50% of the population worldwide, with a higher prevalence in developing countries.[rx][rx][rx] H. pylori are the most important cause for chronic or atrophic gastritis, peptic ulcer, gastric lymphoma, and gastric carcinoma[4]; however, these complications are less often seen in children and adolescents compared to adults.[rx] H. pylori infection Read More …