... organism is completely eradicated. In addition to treatment
failure, these practices can result in ... if a small subset of the population survives the treatment
and is allowed to multiply, the average ... low cost antibiotics are virtually useless for treatment
of frequently seen infections. This leads to more ...
4.2 Chemotherapy ... men at risk for complications from unnecessary treatment
such as surgery or radiation. Followup procedures ... including bleeding and infection. Prostate cancer treatment
may cause incontinence (inability to control ...
... emetic effects. Its present use is mainly in the treatment
Contents ... Colchicum extract was first described as a treatment
for gout in De Materia Medica of Padanius ... medicine
Colchicine is FDA -approved for the treatment
of gout and also for familial Mediterranean ...
... blood glucose levels using blood test kits. The treatment
must be continued indefinitely. Experimental ... kg (10 to 15 lb). The next step, if necessary, is treatment
with oral antidiabetic drugs : the ... intravenous fluids . The basic principles of DKA treatment
Rapid restoration of adequate ...
... problems such as thyroid functioning, medical treatment
where indicated, a conducive family environment, ... peroxide damage. Some scientists believe that the treatment
of Down syndrome neurons with free radical ... medically approved for use in the UK for the mass treatment
of people with Down syndrome and none appear to ...
... In the fields of water purification and sewage treatment
, E. coli was chosen very early in the ... to antibiotics such as streptomycin , so treatment
with antibiotics is usually effective.
... Nitrogen Fixation in Pulp and Paper Mill Effluent treatment
Systems - by Dr. F. Archibald (full text)
2 Ebola hemorrhagic fever
2.3 Economic impact
2.4 ... occurs within six to ten days.
No specific treatment
has been proven effective, and no vaccine ...
... one becomes a chronic carrier of the virus.
There are currently several treatments for ... a body's immune system clear the infection. treatment
strategies should be individualized by a doctor ... of acquiring Hepatitis B is reduced 95%. This treatment
also allows a mother to safely breastfeed her ...
2.3 Combined infertility
5 Psychological impact
6 ... cannot conceive together without assistance.
There are various treatments for infertility, ... to women who have cancer 4 .
If infertility treatment
is unsuccessful after several attempts, the most ...
... in a number of ways, including testosterone treatment
and other therapies.
While the gender ... has been done. The fact that a person undergoing treatment
for gender identity disorder has Klinefelter's ... regarding name change . Also, the medical treatment
may have to be adapted.
1 Mechanism of the disease
2.1 Prospects of disease ... are also known to cause malaria.
If diagnosed early, malaria can ... to chloroquine which has been the first line of treatment
in many countries, thus complicating the ...
4 Affected persons
5 External links
... Marfan syndrome. There is no cure, but effective treatment
allows many people with the disorder to live ... detachment of the retina and/or cornea .
The heart conditions related to Marfan syndrome ...
2.1 Monoclonal antibodies for cancer treatment
2.2 Chimeric and humanized antibodies
2.3 ... degraded.
Monoclonal antibodies for cancer treatment
One possible treatment
for cancer involves monoclonal antibodies that ...
... before chemotherapy, and then reinjected after treatment
is terminated, the stem cells in the bone marrow ... All of the patients that received the new treatment
experienced repaired scar tissue and most had ... whether they will function correctly when used in treatment
has not yet been determined.
Blood supplies ...
5 Other ... effective in decreasing the number of cases.
There is no specific cure for the disease; therefore vaccination is so important. treatment
is symptomatic and supportive only. Fluid ...
... term see virus (disambiguation) . An extensive treatment
of the pluralization of the word "virus" in ... of pathogenic viruses
7.2 Prevention and treatment
of viral diseases
8 See also
9 ... organizations like WHO .
Prevention and treatment
of viral diseases
Because they use the ...
2 Avian influenza in humans
3 Prevention and treatment
4 Increasing virulence
7 ... flu patients have tested positive for the disease.
Prevention and treatment
Avian influenza in humans can be detected with standard influenza tests. ...
4.1 Ancient medicine
5 Mythology and religion
5.1 Blood and blessing
5.2 ... Malaria and trypanosomiasis are blood-borne parasitic infections.
Blood transfusion is the most direct therapeutic use of blood. It is ...
... same type of machine as CCPD, but is usually done in the hospital because treatment
takes longer. Prior to any peritoneal dialysis, a catheter is placed in ... be coherent (if normally coherent). Different rules apply for in-patient treatment
- in those cases the patient isn't leaving the facility.
... There are several difficulties with the use of insulin as a clinical treatment
mode of administration
selecting the 'right' dose ... hour or so returns to the normal 'fasting' level. Even the best diabetic treatment
with human insulin, however administered, falls short of normal glucose ...
... at the molecular level, though the symptoms exhibited and the response to treatment
might be identical. How diseases respond differently to treatment
as a result of differences in the underlying molecular origins is ...
... by alcohol dehydrogenase enzymes in the liver to the poisonous formaldehyde , which can cause blindness or death. Interestingly, an effective treatment
to prevent formaldehyde toxicity after methanol ingestion is to administer ethanol. This will bind to alcohol dehydrogenase, preventing methanol from ...
... until World War II when Howard Florey and Ernst Boris Chain developed a method of purifying penicillin to a form that was useful for medical treatment
For his achievements, Fleming was knighted in 1944 and shared the Nobel prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1945 with Florey ...
... and anti-oncogenic factor.
Work carried out by Takaoka and colleagues has contributed to clarify the role played by interferon in the treatment
of some forms of human cancer, and has provided knowledge on the link between p53 and IFN alpha/beta. The p53 response not only contributes to tumor ...
... , and Karl G. Zimmer published results in 1935 suggesting that chromosomes are very large molecules the structure of which can be changed by treatment
with X-rays , and that by so changing their structure it was possible to change the heritable characteristics governed by those chromosomes. ...
... are not replicated when the cell is about to undergo cell division. So the descendants of that cell will not have the extra gene. This means that treatment
with the adenovirus will require regular doses to add the missing gene every time new cells are produced without the gene.
... other data, to provide answers in biology , medicine , and industry .
Genomics has the potential of offering new therapeutic methods for the treatment
of some diseases, as well as new diagnostic methods. Other applications are in the food and agriculture sectors.
The major tools and methods related ...
... use of immune system components to treat a disease or disorder is known as immunotherapy. Immunotherapy is most commonly used in the context of the treatment
of cancers together with chemotherapy ( drugs ) and radiotherapy ( radiation ). However, immunotherapy is also often used in the ...
... done at some personal risk for Pasteur, since he was not a licensed physician and could have faced prosecution for treating the boy. Fortunately, the treatment
proved to be a spectacular success, with Meister avoiding the disease; thus, Pasteur was hailed as a hero and the legal matter was not pursued. The ...
... also takes the phases of the moon into consideration.
In 1939, Doctor Karl Konig founded the Camphill Movement in Scotland as a place to provide treatment
for children with severe learning disabilities . There are currently more than a dozen Camphill Villages and eight Colleges providing a home for ...