MedicH - Part 2
All thinness of nails prosthetics

All thinness of nails prosthetics

Nails in everyday life are subjected to constant loads, which often leads to some trouble. For example, it comes off as a result of a traumatic injury. How to be in such cases?  They perform not only an aesthetic, but also a protective function, so it is necessary to restore the plate. Modern medicine offers such technology as nail prosthetics. This procedure performed both on the arms and legs is relatively inexpensive and instantly solves the problem. Today we will…

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Blood test for allergens

Blood test for allergens

There are various types of laboratory tests, the ones that help determine whether a person has an allergic reaction and, if identified, what the degree of its severity is.  What are they for?  in humans – a reaction of immunity, which occurs when in contact with a substance that causes increased sensitivity. Every allergic person has an individual reaction to their allergen. Usually, when this substance enters the gastrointestinal tract or on the surface of the skin, or on the…

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Pediculosis

Pediculosis

Pediculosis is infestation by lice. On the human body 3 types can parasitize, which differ in habitat and structure: head, wardrobe and pubic.  A head louse lives in the scalp, mainly on the temples, the back of the head and crown. The clothes one is parasitic on the human body, mainly in the folds and seams of linen and clothing. The pubic one lives in the hairy part near the genitals, but with massive invasion and in other places, up…

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Burns in children

Burns in children

Surgeons have alarming statistics: among the total number of people who received burns, more than 30–35% are children, and almost half of them are very small – up to three years old.  Young children are often burned with hot liquids – milk, tea, soup, water. It happens that by negligence the parents put the baby in a hot bath, without first trying the water at least to the touch. There are frequent cases of burns in infants when they try…

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Anal fissure in the anus

Anal fissure in the anus

Anal fissure exists, and millions of people suffer from it. According to statistics, the disease ranks third among proctological diseases after hemorrhoids and paraproctitis. The disease can affect people of any age and gender.  Disease description  An anal fissure is a narrow and long defect in the mucous membrane of the anus. At this point, the mucous membrane is torn apart, exposing the muscle layer. The length of the fissure of the anus is usually small no more than 2…

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Gas gangrene

Gas gangrene

Despite the fact that antibiotics are readily available today, and in the operating rooms, newer means are used to ensure asepsis, it is not yet possible to get rid of gangrene. Gas gangrene is a pathological process caused by an anaerobic spore-forming clostridial infection, accompanied by progressive edema and necrosis of soft tissues, gas formation and severe intoxication of the body with bacterial toxins and tissue decomposition products. The disease is caused by obligate anaerobes (Clostridium perfringens, Cl. Oedematiens, Cl….

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Anemia in children

Anemia in children

Care about the health of the baby from the earliest days of its life lies on the shoulders of parents. Last but not least, it is important for them to provide the child with a full-fledged diet containing all the substances and trace elements necessary for growth and development. These include iron, the lack of which can cause a health hazard.  What are the features of the occurrence and development of anemia in children? In the process of fetal development,…

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ARVI and influenza among children

ARVI and influenza among children

With the onset of the cold season, the incidence of acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) and influenza increases every year, becoming epidemic. Children are most susceptible to these infections: they catch a cold from an average of 7 to 10 times a year against 2-3 cases of the disease in adults.  There are two main causes of such morbidity in children: first, their immune system is not yet familiar with many viruses and cannot give them a fitting rebuff right…

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Pregnant women of fertile age with cardiac anomaly

Pregnant women of fertile age with cardiac anomaly

Maintaining women of fertile age with heart defects, including pregnant women is the choice and implementation of the best medical method, ensuring the preservation of the life and health of the mother and child. Indications for hospitalization with indication of the type of hospitalization. Type of hospitalization: planned, emergency. Indications for planned admission: cardiac anomaly (CA) in pregnant women with maternal risk assessment World Health Organization (WHO) I, WHO II, WHO II-III. The term of inpatient treatment in pregnant women…

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Knee surgery

Knee surgery

Tightened laps is an integral part of the image of a beautiful lady in general. It is the well-groomed knees that the male gaze lingers above all. So, it is very important that the skin on your lap is flawless. If the skin peels off – you can get rid of this deficiency with the help of masks, creams and other procedures. But dry skin on the legs is not the only problem. Often, in order to preserve or restore…

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