ARTICOLI CORRELATI

Ticks: how to get rid of them

A tick can remain in the skin for days without the victim being aware of it, as its bite is painless. Many bites are harmless, but some

Complications in bipolar disorder

From the clinical point of view, it should be mentioned that sometimes bipolar disorder may be accompanied by some pre-existing conditions that may aggravate an already quite serious condition, with more intense symptoms, for which the applied therapy may yield results of lesser effectiveness. But which ones are the most present?

Thyrotoxicosis

It is an acute metabolic decompensation, caused by hyperincretion of circulating thyroid hormones. Symptoms include: hyperthermia, atrial fibrillation, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, psychomotor agitation, delirium, coma. In case of hyperthermia, it

Types of poisoning: chloralose

Chloralose is a derivative of chloral hydrate. The portion of the latter that is released into the body is rapidly metabolized to trichloroethyl alcohol. This substance is a central nervous

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

Mercury Poisoning

Mercury when ingested has no effect in the body. The tiny droplets of mercury react with hydrochloric acid in the stomach to form chloride. Instead, when mercury comes into contact

The cardiovascular system during poisonings

Poisoning can also cause cardiovascular collapse; in fact, antidepressant drugs can trigger cardiac arrhythmias, consequently altering cardiac output. It is necessary, therefore, to measure blood pressure and heart rate at

Poisoning: general treatment measures

Apparatus urinary There is no good reason to stimulate profuse diuresis or to use diuretics, while treating the poisoned patient. Heavy metals are capable of damaging the kidneys , and

Ticks: how to get rid of them

zecca

A tick can remain in the skin for days without the victim being aware of it, as its bite is painless. Many bites are harmless, but some can transmit serious diseases.

What to do?

  1. When you realize you have a tick, remove it with tweezers or using your fingers and a paper towel. Bring the tick close to the skin surface and pull it out with steady pressure. The tick should not be grabbed from the back of the body, as the intestine may rupture and the contents may be expelled, causing an infection. To remove ticks, it is advisable not to use popular and ineffective methods such as alcohol, nail polish, kerosene gel, and petroleum derivatives.
  2. The bite part should be washed with soap and water.
  3. Apply an ice pack to reduce pain.
  4. Apply a specific lotion to relieve itching and always keep the area clean.
  5. If symptoms such as fever or intense headache occur, seek medical attention.

Source: Mediserve‘s Pocket Guide to First Aid.

SPECIALISTI IN EVIDENZA

  • Profile picture of Dr. Monica Gamba
    active 3 years, 9 months ago

    Aesthetic Doctors, Plastic Surgeons, Basic Doctors

    • Viale Radich 21/N - Grugliasco
    phone
  • Profile picture of Dott.ssa Ilaria Berto
    active 3 years, 9 months ago

    Basic Doctors, Acupuncturists, Aesthetic Doctors

    • Via Antonio Corradini 1 - Este
    phone
  • Profile picture of Dott. Giovanni Adamo
    active 3 years, 9 months ago

    Angiologists, Basic Doctors

    • Provincia di Ragusa - Ragusa
    phone
  • Profile picture of Dr. Lorenzo Cerreoni
    active 3 years, 9 months ago

    Aesthetic Doctors, Basic Doctors

    • Via Macero Sauli 52 - Forlì
    phone
  • Profile picture of Dott. Domenico Napolitano
    active 3 years, 9 months ago

    Gynecologists, Basic Doctors, Aesthetic Doctors

    • Viale Orazio Flacco 5 - Bari
    phone

PATOLOGIE CORRELATE

Dermatitis

The term dermatitis refers to a fairly heterogeneous group of skin diseases, largely characterized by more or less pronounced inflammation and induced by a wide variety of causes (irritation, allergic

Cellulite

Cellulite is an inflammatory-based alteration of the fat-rich subcutaneous tissue(panniculus adiposus), triggered by fluid stagnation due to poor venous and lymphatic circulation (lymph is a fluid that flows in channels

Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea is one of the most prevalent sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) worldwide, in both sexes, starting as early as adolescence; if not recognized and treated appropriately quickly, it can lead

Suppurative hydrosadenitis

Hydrosadenitis suppurativa (HS, Hidradenitis Suppurativa), also called acne inversa or Verneuil’s disease, is a chronic inflammatory disease of the skin characterized by the appearance of subcutaneous nodules (cysts), single or

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

Food allergies and intolerances

Physical reactions to certain foods are common, but for the most part they are caused by afood intolerance rather than a food allergy. A food intolerance can cause some of

Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterized by the appearance of characteristic thickened, flaky, inflamed patches on well-defined, more or less extensive skin areas. The disease affects 0.1-3.0% of the

Herpes simplex

Herpes simplex is a disorder of an infectious nature caused by the virus of the same name (Herpes simplex virus – HSV type 1 or 2) and characterized by the

Warts

Warts are benign formations that can appear on the skin anywhere on the body as a result of infection by one of the viruses of the human papilloma family or

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,
CULTURA E SALUTE
 
AGGIORNAMENTI
 
PERCORSI
 

your advertising
exclusively ON
MY SPECIAL DOCTOR

complete the form and you will be contacted by one of our managers