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Left Cardiac Catheterization

Access to the left heart is usually retrograde, using arterial approach (femoral, radial or brachial). Left heart catheterization can be achieved using trans-septal approach with the passage of the catheter in the right atrium to the left atrium through a patent foramen ovale, atrial septal defect, ventricular septal defect or trans-septal puncture. “Pigtail” catheter is […]


February 8, 2015, CAD
Remedies for Anal Itching and Anal Fissure

Symptoms of anal fissure are: pain, bleeding and anal itching. These symptoms resemble those of hemorrhoids. Anal fissure appears as an ulcer of the skin as you can see in the picture. Ulcers occur where the skin is doing a junction with mucosa. An anal fissure will heal in a few weeks. Pain can be […]


February 6, 2015, Digestive system
The Technique of Performing Cardiac Catheterization

Pre-procedural measures Cardiac catheterization should be performed or supervised only by experienced operators in properly equipped laboratories. Before carrying out any interventional procedure the patient should be informed on the method of execution, the risks and benefits of the procedure. The written consent of the patient must be obtained and documented according to protocols. All […]


February 6, 2015, CAD
Coronary Angiography – minimally invasive diagnostic technique

Coronary angiography is a minimally invasive diagnostic technique for heart disease, but for which, there should be an indication. Like any invasive investigation coronary angiography has some risks. In this context, there are some preliminary examinations performed by cardiology specialists, which give the indication for coronary angiography. In this way the patient is protected regarding certain […]


February 6, 2015, CAD
Gingivitis – prevention, treatment

Gingivitis treatment. Gingivitis occurs in almost all adults, but the intensity is different. The most common cause of tooth loss is gingivitis. Also, gingivitis is a manifestation (including the first) of periodontal disease. Gingivitis means inflammation of the gums. This inflammation of the gums translates through color change (from pink to red-blue), increased sensitivity and […]


February 6, 2015, Gums
Ulcer Pain remedies

The most common cause of ulcer is the invasion of the duodenum and gastric mucosa with a spiral bacteria called Helicobacter pylori. This bacterium decreases the power of mucosal defense against gastric acid. Similar problems occur after consumption of aspirin and ibuprofen. Ulcer can be completely asymptomatic, but usually people with ulcer experience abdominal pain. […]


February 5, 2015, Digestive system
Psoriasis Treatment – skin regeneration

Treatment of psoriasis. In psoriasis skin cells reach the surface in only 3 days not in 30 days as is normal. The cells multiply rapidly and the result is the appearance of itchy skin surfaces colored in red. Rapidly multiplying,the cell count gets to be very high and after they die the areas affected will […]


February 5, 2015, Skin
Treatment of Peptic Ulcer

In peptic ulcer treatment consists of a diet, medication, endoscopy treatment and even surgery. 1. The diet in peptic ulcer was strictly in the past, but now is more lax because of antisecretory products. There is evidence that smoking decreases the healing time of a peptic ulcer. However, avoid eating foods very spicy (acidic, spicy). […]


February 4, 2015, Digestive system
Diarrhea – simple remedies

Diarrhea remedies. Diarrhea occurs when there is something harmful in our body. The diarrhea is trying to defend the body and eliminate the harmful factor. Currently, the attitude in front of acute diarrhea is to let it run its course. Lactose intolerance is a common cause of diarrhea. Diarrhea occurs after you consume milk. A […]


February 4, 2015, Remedies
Cystitis, Urinary tract infection – Treatment Methods

In most cases, urinary tract infections (cystitis) occurs when bacteria from the anus reach the urethra and into the bladder. Sexual intercourse can push bacteria from outside the urethra towards urethra. At menopause, cystitis is more common because the mucosa of the vagina and urethra is drier and therefore more vulnerable to infection. Pregnancy is a […]


February 3, 2015, Remedies