When medicines can cause harm
In the home first aid kits usually reigns chaos. Along with high-quality medicines, they contain old, worn preparations, on which even the name is difficult to read. With this "good"…

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Toxic shock syndrome
How shock develops Toxins produced by streptococcus A and Staphylococcus aureus, the most pathogenic species of these microorganisms, cause shock. In general, these bacteria in many live in the environment…

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Vascular Genesis
Vascular genesis is not a disease in itself, but an indication of its origin, that is, diseases of vascular genesis are diseases caused by impaired blood circulation in various vessels…

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“Lifting Mendelssohn”

A new medical service “Lifting Mendelssohn” is gaining momentum: to make this popular plastic surgery come from all over Europe and even from the United States. Operations are planned for the year ahead. “Lifting Mendelssohn” is a new philosophy of plastics, proving that anti-aging operations can be not only effective, but also less traumatic. Continue reading

What is pneumothorax of the lung
Pneumothorax (from the Greek "pneuma" - air and "thorax" - chest) - this is a pathology, consisting in the fact that air accumulates in the pleural cavity. Little anatomy In…

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Sedatives - the benefits and risks
Almost 80% of Russians today live in constant stress, experts say [1]. Anxiety, irritability, irritability, chronic sleep disturbances are the most frequent manifestations of everyday psycho-emotional overload, with complaints to…

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Is it true that anesthesia is harmful to the body?
The term “anesthesia” has a terrifying effect on many people. After all, it completely deprives a person of the ability to control himself. Perhaps that is why there are a…

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How to treat wounds and abrasions
Cuts, abrasions, scratches, wounds in everyday life are common. Especially often this happens with children, but adults are not immune from minor injuries. What to do in such cases? It…

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