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The control of insects and similar animals with organophosphorus insecticides is practiced on a large scale. If handled with the due precautions these are not risky for humans. The prototypes

Aortic valve replacement

When the condition of the aortic valve is severe and the insufficiency is exposing the patient to heart failure, as well as the possibility of developing other, serious, life-threatening conditions, aortic valve replacement is the way to go.

Herpes, an ever lurking enemy

Herpes is a hidden and quite unpredictable enemy that can occur suddenly.The infection is caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV-1), which is closely related to the one that causes genital herpes (HSV-2).

Hip replacement and restorative surgery

The total hip replacement, consisting of a spherical shaped part and a socket, is made of metal or even can be made of a type of ceramic or plastic (polyethylene) and has several components, including the hip ball itself.

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Beware of dehydration

When our body lacks all the water it needs to live then comes dehydration. So what? Drink enough water during hot weather preventing mild dehydration from turning into more severe dehydration.

Xerostomia: disorder of the teeth

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Freezing: how to treat it?

Freezing of the skin occurs only when temperatures are below 0 degrees. In this case, the skin is cold and white or bluish in color. The victim has no sensitivity

Excessive salivation: what to do?

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Excessive salivation or hypersalivation may be the result of other problems such as infection, oral mucosal affection, or poisoning, but it may also not result from a previous condition but be a consequence of stress or anxiety.
Salivation in the teething period, on the other hand, is a completely natural occurrence in the months after birth; it is also common with advancing age in the senescence period due to tooth loss and gum recession.

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Adenoids are masses of lymphatic tissue that help the body fight infection. The adenoids are located in the pharynx, just behind the nose; along with the tonsils, they are the

Otitis

Otitis are inflammatory processes that can affect different parts of the ear. The two most common forms are otitis externa, which involves the pinna and the first portion of the

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