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Activated charcoal for poisoning treatment

...arents don't know about it or are uncertain how to administer it. Study found that parents could successfully use activated charcoal at home. Greater efforts need to be put into educating parents about the need to stock activated charcoal in the home in advance of a poisoning. Pharmacists and pediatricians, t...

Enzyme stimulates growth of adult stem cells

...rnating Rafii added that it would be difficult to administer MMP9 directly to adults who wanted to produce more...wn stem cells, but researchers may soon be able to administer the growth factors that, in turn, activate the enzyme to do its job. Adult stem cells may some adva...

Easier Treatment for Blood Clot

...a new treatment is just as effective and easier to administer to patients than the current treatment. According to the American Heart Association, about 600,000 Americans develop a pulmonary embolism annually; 60,000 die from one. The standard treatment for a pulmonary embolism is intravenous heparin requiring...

Steroid Treatment for Wheezing Questioned

... age. //The current recommendation is that parents administer oral steroids at the first sign of an attack. But whether or not the steroids are effective is controversial. The research shows a course of steroids was no more effective than placebo in reducing respiratory symptoms or the need for hospital admis...

Easier Methods Required to Screen Insulin Resistance

...nsulin resistance, however, it is too difficult to administer to large numbers of people. Researchers have come up with a simple way to identify overweight or obese people who are likely to be insulin resistant. Researchers looked at three simple tests to see if they could help identify people who were insuli...

Easier Methods Required to Screen Insulin Resistance

...nsulin resistance, however, it is too difficult to administer to large numbers of people. Researchers have come up with a simple way to identify overweight or obese people who are likely to be insulin resistant. Researchers looked at three simple tests to see if they could help identify people who were insu...

Adopting Easier Methods To Screen Insulin Resistance

...nsulin resistance, however, it is too difficult to administer to large numbers of people. Researchers have come up with a simple way to identify overweight or obese people who are likely to be insulin resistant. Researchers looked at three simple tests to see if they could help identify people who were insuli...

Circadian Rhythm Could Determine Lung Function

...le with asthma and pulmonary diseases, who usually administer medication around the clock, may need more or less of their medication depending on the time of day. Researchers say that Circadian rhythms can greatly influence how patients with respiratory conditions respond to certain therapies ,thus by knowing ...

More Treatment Options For Malaria

...ugs are given by injection, making it difficult to administer outside of a hospital. In order to more effectively treat malaria and save lives, researchers say more treatment options need to be available within the community. Researchers conducted a study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of giving an a...

Air travel reduces oxygen level in the blood

... altitude. At this saturation limit physicians may administer supplemental oxygen in hospital conditions. Although this may not be dangerous for healthy individuals, but for people with lungs problem or heart disease, this drop in the level of oxygen due to cabin air pressure may be potentially dangerous...

Improved height from administration of growth hormones

...erence in sensitivity of children when reacting to administer growth hormones. Hence, new shift in paradigm of dosage adjusted to levels of insulin-like growth factor-I can cater to the difference in sensitivity and treat the children to gain an increased, and socially acceptable height. The milestone study wa...

New molecule to treat brain disorders found

...in, but, because of their size,// are difficult to administer to patients as a treatment. Larger size molecules are not able to cross the barrier that prevents many drugs from entering the brain. Small molecules, on the other hand, can more easily enter the brain.Thus adenosine may be a potential treatm...

An effective pain killer

...alternative to capsaicin." The most likely way to administer ginger as a painkiller would be in the form of a tea taken several times a day, but more work needs to be done on the amount of ginger powder needed per dose to take effect, and the time required between doses."That’s the nice thing about ginger, it ...

Artesunate Is Better For Malaria Than Quinine

...of parasite clearance, is safer, and is simpler to administer than intravenous quinine. However, whether the drug could reduce mortality was unclear. Researchers from Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand had recruited 1461 patients with severe malaria from Bangladesh, Indonesia, India, and Myanmar into a rand...

Testing For HIV/AIDS Compulsory For New Military Recruits

...ve, he said. Singh said top priority was given to administer anti-retroviral drugs to treat freshly detected HIV cases in the armed forces. "Early detection and treatment will help contain the disease," he added. Singh said those armed forces units going abroad on various assignments and those returning home ...

Medical Gadgets To Monitor Drug Delivery

...g used in hospitals now to prescribe, dispense and administer the correct dosage of drug. The wrist bands contain electronic system which is similar to the one used in shops to detect theft of goods. A student from Brunel University, UK has designed an electronic wrist band that ensures that patients receive ...

Terminally Ill Patients Could Be Offered A Better Life

...rovisions that allows care-giving organizations to administer strong painkillers that make life more bearable. But the experts say all state government should frame laws that allow organizations to play a more dynamic role in easing the pain of the terminally ill. Drawing attention to the needs of the termina...

Terminally Ill deserves a better quality of Life

...provisions that allow care-giving organisations to administer strong pain killers that make life more bearable. But the experts say all state government should frame laws that allow organisations to play a more dynamic role in easing the pain of the terminally ill. Drawing attention to the needs of the termin...

Oral Edible vaccine for Allergy Vaccines

...lergen injected vaccines since they are simpler to administer and cheaper to produce but admitted that more clinical trial as to be conduced before a human vaccine is developed. Muriel Simmons, chief executive Allergy UK, said, Courses of injections have to be tightly monitored in hospital so anything that of...

New Straw To Help Children Take Medicine

...traw called the 'Clarosip' which will help parents administer bitter medicine// to their children. The straw contains and releases an antibiotic that will give the medicine a neutral taste. The straw also contains a filter which indicates when the whole dose of the medication has been taken. The tasteless cove...

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