Category Archives: "Anticoagulants"

Does Fish Oil Really Help Your Heart?
by Angela de Março The clotting process begins when an injury to a blood vessel exposes the blood to cells in the blood vessel’s lining. The blood cells known as platelets bind together at the site of the injury. As the platelets aggregate they trigger a wide range of reactions among various proteins known as coagulation factors, which results in the formation of blood clots. The blood clot/blood clots that stop that stop the bleeding is made up of both...

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Foods That Are Healthy for the Heart
by davethetemp First, almond: it prevents platelet aggregation. Research found that eating nuts only once a week can reduce 1/4 risk of getting heart disease, especially eating almonds. You can pulverize it and put it into salad or dishes. In this way, dishes become more delicious and nutritive. Second, pearl barley: it can reduce the cholesterol. It belongs to soluble fibers that accelerate the liver to discharge the cholesterol out of the body. You can directly stew it. Third, black sesame: it...

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Medicine And Diet Dont’s
by rosefirerising IF YOU TAKE: Pain relievers such as acetaminophen, aspirin, ibuprofen or naproxen. AVOID:  Alcohol. What You Should Know If you don’t:  Alcohol along with prolonged used of these over-the-counter drugs can increase your chance of stomach bleeding. (Combining alcohol with acetaminophen can cause liver damage too.) Be sure to read labels carefully, since some cold medicines and other over-the-counter combination remedies may also contain these pain relievers. If you consume more than three drinks a day, talk to your doctor...

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Provillus – What Are the Side Effects? Is Provillus Safe?
by Derek K. Miller We are going to make this very simple! We will take the main ingredients of Provillus listed here and briefly tell you if and what the side effects are for each. The Ingredients are: Ginkgo Biloba Saw Palmetto Stinging nettle Green Tea Ginkgo Biloba Ginkgo Biloba works by increasing blood flow around the body and thereby increasing nutrients and oxygen around the body. If you have blood circulation disorders or are taking anti-coagulants possible reactions to Ginkgo Biloba can include: Headaches Negative Effect on...

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Side Effects of Lovenox (Enoxaparin)
Lovenox is a brand name version of enoxaparin, an injectable medication used to preventdeep vein thrombosis or blood clots. Lovenox thins the blood to prevent complications following a surgery that leaves the patient unable to walk for an extended period of time. The side effects of Lovenox enoxaparin are typically mild, but certain side effects can be indicative of a serious complication. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Lovenox in 1993 and generic enoxaparin was approved in 2010. Lovenox...

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Excessive Diaphoresis Treatment
by smallestbones Let us talk about medical antiperspirants first. Medical antiperspirants contain not less than 15 % of substance demand even more strict observance of rules, for example, interaction of some substances with water is capable to lead to hydrochloric acid formation that will cause a strong boring or a skin combustion. Antiperspirants help in 60 % of cases to those who suffer with axillary hyperhidrosis. They are convenient and simple in application. Unfortunately, such agents approach not to all. They...

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Can’t We Always Live Healthier?
Changing sleep-wake habits could make it easier to stop smoking. In a study published in the journal Addiction, researchers followed approximately 23,000 pairs of twins up to 30 years and found night people were 3 times likelier to smoke and 27% less likely to quit than day people. The researchers hypothesized night people could be more prone to pleasure-seeking behavior and addiction because of being influenced by the brain’s dopamine and opioid systems. It seems “early to bed, early...

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Minimising Drug Errors IN Anaesthetic Practice
by Angela de Março Many anaesthetists develop their own particular strategies for avoidance of such errors but the Council believes that there should be a unified approach to the problem, particularly as many cases involve trainees. The following are the suggestions of the Council. 1. Constant vigilance with the recognition of human factors involved, including fatigue, distraction, change of anaesthetist, and the added hazard of 2 anaesthetists, usually consultant and trainee. 2. Careful checking of labels on ampoules, including name of drug, dosage and concentration and expiry date....

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Anti Aging Supplement: Revolutionary Anti Aging Discovery
Did you know that anti aging had 125,558 searches in one month? These searches were often for facilities, skin care, supplements, and other products. This process of wanting to reversing aging actually originates from medicine. Like the military, medicine is either for or against things. So we have antibiotics, antiseptics, antispasmodics, and yes, anti aging. While it is currently hard to find physicians who are specialists in this area of medicine, the numbers are growing rapidly, and it seems destined...

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Things You Should Know About Heart Attacks
by Austin ampersand Zak If your family has history of having a member who suffered from heart attack, the more you need to be aware of what heart attack is, what you can do to prevent it and how to react when it happens. What is a heart attack? Heart attack, or myocardial infarction in medical terms, happens when heart tissues do not have enough blood supply because of reduced blood flow. This usually happens when a clot prevent normal blood flow...

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Things You Should Know About Heart Attacks

by Austin ampersand Zak

If your family has history of having a member who suffered from heart attack, the more you need to be aware of what heart attack is, what you can do to prevent it and how to react when it happens.

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