PPI's also known as proton pump inhibitors is a term used to refer to an assortment of drugs used to treat patients with gastric acid related problems such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), recurring stomach ulcers and gastritis. In the case of recurring ulcers caused by the helicobacter Pylori bacteria, PPIs are used alongside the antibiotics prescribed for the condition.
Prostate is a glandular organ present only in males. It surrounds the neck of bladder&the first part of urethra and condributes a secretion to the semen. The gland is conical in shape and measures 3 cm in vertical diameter and 4 cm in transverse diameter.It has got five lobes anterior,posterior,two lateral and a median lobe.Since the first part of the urethra pass through it any lesion in the prostate will produce difficulty in passing urine.
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a life-long illness affecting the chemistry of the brain. In classic cases, it causes severe mood swings from manic episodes of extreme highs to depressive episodes of debilitating lows, with relatively normal periods in-between. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, over 2 million people age 18 and older have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Blood pressure is a measurement of the pressure exerted by the circulating blood on the walls of the arteries, veins and chambers of the heart. The pressure of blood is measured in the context of systolic and diastolic activities. When the ventricles in the heart contract, it is termed as a systolic activity, while the relaxing ventricles mark a diastolic activity.
There is not one set treatment for Aspergers syndrome. You will not find a medication that will cure a child with Aspergers. Instead you will find several treatments to help with the problems associated with Aspergers syndrome. Here we will examine some of the treatments used with Aspergers syndrome.
If there's anything one can say in this day and age of abundant resources, it's that there is a depression treatment for virtually any kind of symptom and disorder. But this can actually present a problem to a depressed person, since winnowing through all the possibilities can be a daunting task when they're already so low. They'll need to look into the various medical treatments, although in this case they'll usually have the help of their doctor. On the other hand, finding alternative treatment methods, if that's what they prefer, might be somewhat harder. Even though there are thousands of practitioners out there, it's not always easy to discover which ones are truly reputable.
When you think of deadly illnesses, diabete is most likely not what comes to mind. Don’t feel bad, you are not the only one who thinks that heart disease and cancer the top contenders. Most people do not look at diabete as a threat as there is medication for it. It is sad to see that most people do not understand what diabetes is all about. You cannot just take it for granted that the medicine is going to fix it all.
There are many different theories of dyslexia, which is probably why there are so many different dyslexia screening tests available. Evolutionary theorists argue that all this reading promoted by Western societies is "unnatural" and has not fully developed yet. Some people say that adults with dyslexia have a "phonological deficit" and trouble retrieving speech sounds. Other scientists argue that dyslexic people can't process quick auditory commands, have trouble with their vision or that the brain has trouble filtering excess stimuli. Perhaps better screening and diagnostic tools can clear up some of this confusion.
Cerebral palsy is term used to describe a group of chronic disorders that impair control of movement. The signs and symptoms of this disorder appear in the first few years of life and typically do not worsen over time. The disorder is caused by many things we know and some things we don't now. Faulty development of the brain or damage to motor areas in the brain that disrupt the brain's ability to control movement and posture are two cerebral palsy causes. Treatments for cerebral palsy are available, but a cure is still allusive.
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