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Exposure to chemicals

A corrosive substance can damage tissue within minutes, so it is very important to remove it quickly. What to do? First, immediately call for an ambulance. If the chemical remains

What to do when you go into a coma

Coma is the morbid condition characterized by loss of consciousness with reduced or absent responsiveness to sensory stimuli and preservation of vegetative functions. Four levels of coma are distinguished: awake

Arsenic Poisoning

Although arsenic is not a metal but a metalloid, it is widespread in nature and prolonged exposure causes a carcinogenic effect. Arsenic derivatives are used within industries as pesticides or

Heavy metals: lithium

Lithium is a metal that is quite widely used in industry. Lithium carbonate is prescribed for the treatment of manic-depressive psychosis. The action that lithium plays at the molecular level

What is melena?

When we talk about melena, we refer to the presence of blood in the stool. Bleeding is typically located in the upper part of the ‘digestive tract above the ileocecal

Cardiorespiratory arrest in children

In pediatric age often respiratory arrest precedes cardiac arrest. The causes can be of different nature: respiratory, cardiological, neurological, from shock, from drugs, metabolic imbalances, or environmental causes. The signs

Poisonings: clinical monitoring

Laboratory investigations date back more than 150 years, when analysis was first used. quantitative chemistry. The main purpose was to solve cases uncertain legal. The transition from the cautious and

Types of poisoning: fluoroacetates

Fluoroacetates are powerful poisons and their use is limited to special conditions, such as aboard ships or in sewers. Fluroacetates block the tricarboxylic acid cycle of carbohydrate metabolism. Their toxic

Resuscitation

IThe moment a motionless person is seen, it is necessary to test the person ‘s sensitivity by shaking the body slightly and giving small blows. Immediately afterwards, it is important

Hymenoptera venom allergy

Allergy due to the components of the venom contained in the sting of hymenoptera can cause extensive local reactions or systemic reactions. As for the extensive local reactions edema appears

How to manage the consequences of amputation

amputazione

For
amputation
is defined as the complete removal of a body part. Surgical techniques can often reattach amputated parts so that normal or near-normal function is restored.

What to do?

  1. Check ABCHs and hemorrhage.
  2. Dealing with shocks.
  3. Look for and protect the amputated part. Later let the surgeon decide whether it can be reattached.
  4. To protect the amputated part, you must rinse it with water and remove debris, wrap the amputated part with dry, sterile gauze, place it in a container or plastic bag, on a bed of ice. Do not immerse the amputated part in ice, as it is difficult to reattach frozen anatomical parts.
  5. Call the ambulance immediately.

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Urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a condition related to muscular or neurological deficits at the level of the pelvic floor (consisting of the muscle bundles that close the base of the abdomen),

Candidiasis

Candida Albicans and other related species can result in different types of infections. Cutaneous candidiasis include the condition of eroded skin between the toes, balanines the mycosis of the nails,

Cervical arthrosis

Cervical osteoarthritis is a chronic osteoarticular condition that is very common after the age of 40-50 years in people of both sexes and from all parts of the world, due

Chickenpox

Chickenpox to date remains the most prevalent vaccine-preventable disease in our country. It is transmitted airborne, person-to-person, through Pflugge droplets or by direct contact with skin lesions of patients with

Panic attack

What is meant by a panic attack? It is understood as the sudden manifestation of a strong fear accompanied by an equally intense physical symptomatology despite the absence of an

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is an inflammation of the liver, brought about by infection with Hepatitis C virus (HCV), of which there are 6 variants, characterized by different genotypes, different epidemiological distribution

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)

the fatigue syndrome or chronic fatigue (CFS), now also referred to by associating the acronymME/CFS (myalgicencephalomyelitis/chronic fatiguesyndrome), is a rather complex condition that manifests as a condition of intense fatigue

Crohn’s disease

Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease. It causes inflammation of the digestive tract and, in different people, may involve different areas of the digestive tract. The inflammation caused

Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a defecation disorder characterized by increased emission of a daily amount of stool greater than 200 g with decreased stool consistency and increased frequency of bowel discharge. In
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