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Mechanism of Pain in Angina Pectoris

Angina can be defined in pathophysiological terms as a pain with cardiac origins, resulting from O2 deficit at the myocardial level. Atherosclerosis is by affecting and reducing the diameter of the coronary arteries, the most common cause of myocardial ischemia. A patient with atherosclerotic lesion (stenosis) which reduces at least 50% arterial diameter has significantly […]


February 3, 2015, Stable Angina
Treatment for Sunburns

Treatment for sunburns. Excessive sun exposure can lead to irreversible damage of the skin and its early aging. Skin cancer has a much higher risk of developing for those who are exposed to excessive sunlight (sun lowers the skin immune system). Ultraviolet radiation emitted by the sun are of two types: the type A and […]


February 3, 2015, Remedies
Diet in Colon Cancer

In colon cancer, there is not a fixed regime, because in some cases constipation is predominant and in other cases diarrhea and diarrhea alternating with constipation in other cases. A useful tip is to go in the morning at a fixed time after breakfast to the bathroom. Every day you should take breakfast and before […]


February 2, 2015, Diets
Stem Cells – harvesting and therapeutic indications

Blood stem cells are sampled by the obstetrician-gynecologist in maternity, at the request of the patient immediately after birth. The company of harvesting must be notified by the week 34 of pregnancy, and the mother will take with her the received kit to the hospital after signing the contract. The contract guarantees the preservation of […]


February 2, 2015, Blood
Stable Angina Pectoris – Lifestyle Changes

General principles of treatment of stable angina pectoris are represented by the need to reduce the frequency of myocardial ischemia and angina manifestations in order to increase quality of life, as well as preventive measures to control the cardiovascular risk factors and halt the progression of coronary atherosclerosis. These objectives can be achieved through the […]


February 1, 2015, Stable Angina
Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

Ideal objective for the treatment of exocrine pancreatic cancer has two components: – Oncologic – tumor disappearance and the absence of recurrence and / or metastasis after 5 years of treatment with radical intent; – Functional – solving complications caused by expansive tumor in evolution: biliary retention, pancreatic retention, duodenal stenosis. This can be fully […]


January 30, 2015, Pancreas Pancreas
Chronic Pancreatitis Treatment

In chronic pancreatitis treatment consists of hygienic-dietary measures, medical treatment, endoscopic treatment and in some cases surgical treatment 1. Dietary regime: An imperative measure is complete cessation of alcohol. In addition, do not eat a lot of food at one meal, avoid products high in fat and protein. These foods can exacerbate pancreas pain by […]


January 29, 2015, Pancreas
Ulcerative Colitis – symptoms, analyzes

Ulcerative colitis is a condition characterized by inflammation of the rectum and left colon. It is manifested by periods of diarrhea with mucus and blood and periods without symptoms. Symptoms of ulcerative colitis Symptoms that dominate the clinical picture are diarrhea with mucus, blood and pus. Other symptoms are abdominal cramps, tenesmus (intense feeling to […]


January 29, 2015, Colon
Treatment of Hemorrhagic Colitis

In hemorrhagic colitis recommended treatment stages are: diet, medication and surgical treatment. 1. Diet for hemorrhagic colitis consists in removing from the diet of milk and milk products like cream and cheeses, fruits and raw vegetables, highly concentrated sweets. In severe forms when is required hospitalization it may be adopted the parenteral nutrition. 2. Medications […]


January 28, 2015, Colon
ASO increased, blood tests in rheumatic fever

Rheumatic fever mainly affects the age group 5-15 years, and is due to beta hemolytic streptococcal infections, which is initially located in the pharynx, and due to a genetic susceptibility it strongly stimulates the immunity. This attacks our own body by antibodies against streptococcus (joints, heart, skin, small vessels) causing specific symptoms. ASO means anti-streptolysin […]


January 27, 2015, Diagnosis