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Antacid drugs

Antacid drugs

Antacids are so-called over-the-counter drugs that counteract stomach acidity, giving immediate relief to pain, heartburn and other ailments caused by excessive production of hydrochloric acid (gastric hyperacidity), without, however, intervening

Valvulopathies
Valvulopathies

Valvulopathies, or diseases of the valves of the heart, include several diseases characterized by a malfunction in the control of blood flow, due to damage or defect, of one of the four heart valves

Barbiturate drugs
Barbiturate drugs

Barbiturate drugs are medicines that act on the central nervous system with calming-hypnotic, anticonvusive and anesthetic properties. Today their use is no longer recommended, except for some types of treatment (epilepsy), and it has been

Lipoma
Lipoma

Lipoma is a benign tumor of adipose tissue caused by the excessive development of fat cells

Gastroenteritis
Gastroenteritis

Gastroenteritis are infections of the stomach and intestines, caused by rotaviruses or bacteria, very common, especially in infants and children under 5 years of age

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Chronic myeloid leukemia (CML)

Chronic myeloid leukemia is a disease caused by a DNA mutation of stem cells in the bone marrow. It occurs mostly in old age. In the initial phase it generally does not cause noticeable disturbances. Later, fatigue develops.

Heavy metals in food

The term heavy metals refers to a series of chemical elements that are not essential for humans. Those that are most important for food are cadmium, lead, mercury, arsenic and nickel.

Mycosis

Mycoses are infections caused by some types of microscopic fungi that are commonly found in the environment or on the skin and mucous membranes (mucosa of the intestine, vagina and mouth). They can be superficial, subcutaneous and deep. Read.

Pityriasis alba

Pityriasis alba is one of the most common and widespread skin (dermatological) diseases. It is more common in children and young people and is characterized by whitish spots with indistinguishable margins that generate dryness and flaking

Pityriasis alba
Medical prescription for drugs

The medical prescription is a document, compiled by a doctor (with a degree in Medicine and Surgery) qualified and registered in the professional register, to collect medicines (drugs) that require a medical prescription from the pharmacy. Dentists can prescribe

Medical prescription for drugs
Diuretic drugs

Diuretic drugs

Diuretics are medicines that work by increasing the production and elimination of urine (diuresis). They must be used only if prescribed by the doctor, strictly following his instructions for the quantity, method and timing of intake

Terror and nightmares

Terror and nightmares

Disturbances (parasomnias) such as sleepwalking and night terror may occur during sleep or in the transition between sleep and wakefulness. Knowing why and how they appear helps you understand how to treat them

Scarlet fever

Scarlet fever

Scarlet fever is a highly contagious exanthematous disease of childhood. The ailments are similar to those of measles, rubella, fifth and sixth diseases

Hepatitis E

Hepatitis E

Hepatitis E is inflammation of the liver caused by a virus found in water contaminated with the feces of infected people or animals.

Circumcision

Circumcision

Circumcision is a surgical practice that consists in the total or partial removal of the foreskin, the sliding flap of skin that covers the glans, the terminal part of the penis. It can be practiced for medical or religious reasons

Anticholinergic drugs

Anticholinergic drugs

Anticholinergic drugs inhibit the nerve impulses responsible for involuntary muscle movements in the gastrointestinal tract, lung, urinary tract, and other parts of the body. They help control functions such as salivation, the

Sepsis

Sepsis

Sepsis consists of an excessive inflammatory response of the body to a generalized infection that damages tissues and organs, compromising their functioning. Without immediate treatment it can result in death

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