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  • When Is The Right Time to Buy a Health Insurance Plan?

    The best time to buy an individual or family health insurance plan is right now. Seriously, the U.S. citizens have many problems with monthly payments for their insurances but it’s an absolutely necessary thing. The experts from Canadian Health&Care Mall recommend avoiding any postponing from buying a health insurance coverage. Especially, if your employer is […]

    Molluscum Contagiosum: Canadian Health&Care Mall Research

    Molluscum contagiosum is an infectious disease that is caused by poxvirus. The main symptom of molluscum is small lesions (or growths) on the body that are normally pink or flesh-colored. The growths can appear on any area of the body, and aren’t especially prevalent in any particular location. It was observed, however, that they hardly […]

    The Use of Calcium Supplements Whilst on Synthroid

    Article by Canadian Health&Care Mall Team The hormone which is developed by the thyroid gland is called thyroxine. Synthroid is its well-known man-made variant that is taken daily by those patients, who suffer from an abnormally low activity of the thyroid gland as well as an underactive thyroid. This replacement treatment course is regarded as […]

    7 Little-Known Facts about Antibiotics

    Antibiotics are powerful drugs that cure disease by damaging or killing bacteria. Penicillin, the first antibiotic, was serendipitously discovered from a mold culture in 1928. Today, hundreds of different antibiotics are applied in clinical practice to cure both minor and severe infections. Before you start taking antibiotics, there are several fundamentals you need to know […]

    Nitrofurans: Niridazole and other antibiotics

    Nitrofurans Niridazole Niridazole is a nitrothiazole derivative related to metronidazole and is widely used in some countries for the treatment of schistosomiasis. In rodent species, it has been found to affect spermatogenesis during meiosis. A study of 25 men with bilharzia in Egypt showed that a 10 day course of treatment depressed semen volume and […]

    Antibiotics: Sulphonamides

    Antibiotics: Sulphonamides Sulphasalazine Sulphasalazine has been used in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease since 1942, although the first reports of sperm toxicity only appeared in 1979. Sulphasalazine is taken orally and reaches the colon intact. As a result of the action of colonic bacteria, the compound is split into its constituents sulphapyridine and 5-aminosalicylic […]

    Miscellaneous hormones

    Miscellaneous hormones Bromocriptine Bromocriptine is a dopamine agonist widely used in the treatment of hyperprolactinaemia. This disorder is characterised by amenorrhoea and galactorrhoea in women and impotence in males. Infertility is a common presentation of hyperprolactinaemia. Therapy with bromocriptine is generally highly effective in suppressing the elevated prolactin levels and this is associated with a […]

    Hormone Therapy – Progestogens

    Progestogens Until recently, natural progesterone could not be administered orally as it was broken down in the gastrointestinal tract. Micronised progesterone preparations are now available in some countries but synthetic progestogens are the most widely used. They are divided into two groups. The testosterone analogues include norethisterone, norgestrel and the norgestrel derivatives, i.e. desogestrel, norgestimate […]

    Proinflammatory cytokines

    Proinflammatory cytokines, such as IL-1P and TNF-a, have been implicated in endotoxin shock. IV administration of these cytokines induces pulmonary edema and death, similar to the septic shock syndrome. Proinflammatory cytokines stimulate the expression of iNOS and promote inflammatory processes. Neutrophil migration in the airway is increased by chemokines, such as MIP-2, derived from alveolar […]

    The risk of heparin-associated bleeding increases with the dose

    The American College of Cardiology recommends a heparin bolus of 60 to 70 U/kg (maximum dose, 5,000 U) and the infusion of 12 to 15 U/kg/h (maximum dose, 1,000 U per hour) for unstable angina and non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (MI), and somewhat lower dosing (60 U/kg bolus [maximum dose, 4,000 U], and 12 U/kg infusion (maximum dose, 1,000 U per […]

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