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    Alergical Cream

    An indication is a term used for the list of condition or symptom or illness for which the medicine is prescribed or used by the patient. For example, acetaminophen or paracetamol is used for fever by the patient, or the doctor prescribes it for a headache or body pains. Now fever, headache and body pains are the indications of paracetamol. A patient should be aware of the indications of medications used for common conditions because they can be taken over the counter in the pharmacy meaning without prescription by the Physician. Betamethasone (Alergical Creamа) Suspension is indicated for the treatment of acute and chronic corticosteroid-responsive disorders. Corticosteroid hormone therapy is…

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    Causes of migraine and Polygot for its elimination

    It is very likely that migraine is not related to intracranial and arterial pressure, and is not caused by tumors and trauma, and is not a consequence of mental stress. Therefore, it is necessary to know what medications can help. For example, Polygot is a combination drug that includes ergotamine and caffeine. They help relieve headaches and slightly increase blood pressure. Causes and triggers of migraine Fortunately, the accumulated experience of many centuries of observation of migraine patients has made it possible to identify what usually precedes a wave of pain. The main triggers (“triggers”) of migraine are generally known: Neurological factors. Leading to a migraine attack are stress, fatigue,…

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    Craniocerebral Injuries

    Brain injury is divided into closed, open and penetrating. Shock, contusions and brain compression are distinguished by types of injury. A special form of contusions of the brain includes diffuse axonal brain injury – these are complete and/or partial common axonal ruptures in frequent combination with small-focal hemorrhages, caused by trauma of mainly inertial type. The lethality of diffuse axonal brain damage is very high and can reach 80-90%, and survivors often develop a vegetative state. Consequences of craniocerebral traumas Post-traumatic epilepsy develops more often in victims who had epileptic seizures in the early period of Cranial Trauma. It most often occurs with a depressed fracture accompanied by brain damage.In…

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    Traumatic brain lesion. Complications

    Traumatic brain damage occurs when brain function is impaired by external mechanical action. Traumatic brain damage usually occurs as a result of a severe impact or shock to the head or body. Penetration into the skull of an object, such as a bullet or a fragment of the skull, can also cause a traumatic brain lesion. A mild traumatic brain lesion may cause temporary dysfunction in the brain cells. A more severe traumatic brain injury may result in hematoma, ruptured tissue, bleeding, and other physical brain damage leading to remote complications and even death. Complications Immediately or shortly after a traumatic brain lesion, some complications may develop. Severe lesions increase…

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    Traumatic brain lesion

    Traumatic brain damage occurs when brain function is impaired by external mechanical action. Traumatic brain damage usually occurs as a result of a severe impact or shock to the head or body. Penetration into the skull of an object, such as a bullet or a fragment of the skull, can also cause a traumatic brain lesion. A mild traumatic brain lesion may cause temporary dysfunction in the brain cells. A more severe traumatic brain injury may result in hematoma, ruptured tissue, bleeding, and other physical brain damage leading to remote complications and even death. Symptoms Traumatic brain damage has a variety of physical and psychological consequences. Some signs and symptoms…

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    What does an orthopedic trauma surgeon?

    Dr. Denis Slinkin states: If a person has broken a leg or finger, the doctor examines the site of the injury, prescribes an X-ray, which shows the fracture in all details. Then he corrects the fracture (gives the bones the right position) and applies a cast. If necessary, performs the operation. Another option is an incorrectly conjoined fracture or changes in the bones due to painful processes in the body. In this case, a reconstructive treatment is performed. For example, as a result of flat feet, so-called bumps are formed at the base of the thumbs (in fact, it is nothing but deformed joints). The problem is solved by corrective…