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Posted in Asthma inhalers | 13/04/2017
My mother has had asthma since she was 10, I obtained it after childbirth, my son at the age of one year suddenly began to cough immediately after planned vaccination. Doctors only said that he had allergic reaction, and prescribed anti-allergic drugs. At first it were rare attacks, but over time they became more frequent. A very long time I went to doctors in search of something that could improve my son’s state of health, but these efforts did not give any results. He had cough for 1,5 years every night and day as we went to bed, then during exercises. What we did not do, how much money did we spend! Nothing helped! It came to a point that it became difficult for my son to get up, chest was obstructed, then I was advised to buy asthma inhaler from a reliable Internet pharmacy specializing on selling asthma inhalers online….
Posted in Erectile Dysfunction | 02/06/2016
Erectile dysfunction, referred to as ED, affected more than 30 million males in the USA, and also half of the males over 75 suffered from this condition. Impotence, which is another word for ED, is a state where a man cannot achieve or keep a lasting erection during sexual intercourse. The erectile dysfunction usually happens because of various reasons, some of them are stress, relationship issues, stress, performance anxiety, alcohol consumption, and finally check with a doctor to diagnose you with ED to see the results. There are several common therapies such as vacuum pumps, surgery, implanted found. And some other solutions that are free. Tips for erectile dysfunction: Medicational Lifestyle can play a major role in determining the quality of your erection, for example, here are some tips for erectile dysfunction: Exercising Quit smoking Lose weight Monitoring the alcohol doses. Medications like Cialis, Viagra or Levitra increase the penis…
Posted in Pulmonary | 12/05/2016
Household ammonia (5 to 10 percent aqueous ammonia) and bleach (5.25 percent sodium hypochlorite) separately have low potential for toxic inhalation injury because of their low concentrations of active ingredients. Exposure to higher concentrations of ammonia cause respiratory distress, death, and residual respiratory damage in survivors, including obstructive changes, bronchiectasis, and parenchymal scarring. Sodium hypochlorite may release small amounts of hypochlorous acid and chlorine gas, but in the concentration found in household bleach it has not been associated with toxic pneumonitis from inhalation exposure when used alone. Mixtures of household ammonia with bleach form a variety of chloramines, but the predominant product is monochloramine, which is produced by the reaction NH3 + NaOCl—►NHjCl + NaOH. Monochloramine is then released as an unstable, respirable gas.
Posted in Pulmonary | 02/05/2016
Ammonia is an irritant gas capable of producing inflammation and edema of the respiratory system. It is generally recognized to be a serious health hazard only in the industrial setting, where exposure to high concentrations in a closed area causes significant morbidity and mortality. Household bleach contains 5.25 percent sodium hypochlorite as the active and potentially injurious ingredient. This solution may release chlorine gas and hypochlorous acid but rarely causes tissue damage. In the past year we have seen three cases of life-threatening toxic pneumonitis caused by exposure to a mixture of household ammonia and bleach. This combination forms intermediary chloramine compounds that are more toxic to the lungs than the original products.
Posted in Erectile Dysfunction | 20/04/2016
Erectile dysfunction happens to be the most common problem among men. There are several reasons that can be attributed for this disorder, like, Heart disease, High cholesterol, Obesity, Diabetes, High blood pressure, Parkinson’s disease, Use of tobacco, Depression, Consumption of alcohol, Stress, Sleep disorder, Some prescription medicines, Surgeries and injuries near the pelvic region, and Treatment of enlarged prostate and prostate cancer. In order to get rid of this issue, men try various medication and herbal solutions. According to Canadian Health Care Mall this is an effective drug that cures erectile dysfunction. As a matter of fact, it is much more effective than other drugs. This is the reason most of the men turn to this drug to cure the problem. How Does this Drug Work? PDE5 is an enzyme that found in men who are suffering from erectile dysfunction. This is the enzyme that suppresses another important substance known…
Posted in Erectile Dysfunction | 08/04/2016
Preservation of potency is a basis of quality and pleasure of life for each sexually active man. Considering further aging of an organism, influence of civilization factors: alcohol; nicotine; drugs; pollution; stress; various diseases (diabetes, obesity, a hypertension); the condition of a man’s potentiality worsens. Man’s Potency and Age With age along with the turning gray hair and the creaking joints, also the blood vessels influencing a potency of men begin to grow old. In them the atherosclerotic plaques complicating inflow of blood to carvenous body are formed. It means that some fabrics around vessels lose oxygen and nutrients. Till 40 years old less than 10% of men worry about the erection, and after 40 – already more than 50%. Over the years this problem increases and becomes actual for the vast majority of men as Canadian Health&Care Mall reports. Other problem is that after 40 years level of testosterone…
Posted in Canadian Health&Care Mall | 08/12/2015
Each year in the United States, there are as many as 5.6 million cases of community-acquired pneumonia (CAP), accounting for 600,000 to 1.1 million hospitalizations and $23 billion in health-care expenditures. Among hospitalized patients, CAP mortality rates average from 11 to 14%, with each case costing between $5,000 and $7,500Л2 Initial treatment is empiric, directed against commonly encountered pathogens, and guided by local susceptibility patterns. Current guidelines for patients hospitalized with CAP recommend either monotherapy with a fluoroquinolone, or combination therapy with a macrolide plus either a (3-lactam/p-lactamase inhibitor or third-generation cephalosporin. While clinical outcomes appear to be equivalent for each strategy, concerns about emerging fluoroquinolone resistance have led the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to recommend restricting the use of fluoroquinolones to specific CAP patient groups. Nevertheless, the perceived increase in costs associated with a combination of drugs might lead some to choose fluororquinolone monotherapy instead. In this…