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Mental disorders after lockdown

Mental health problems are a common response to the lockdown experience following Civid 19. Symptoms such as anxiety and depression are increased as well as conditions of stress and distress. Also related to stress are sleep-wake rhythm disturbances with frequent night waking and poor sleep. Among the most at-risk groups are the elderly, pregnant women, people with pre-existing conditions including mental illness and the socially disadvantaged.

Jugular stenosis: what is it?

Jugular stenosis involves narrowing of the jugular veins that prevents the normal removal of blood from the brain and central nervous system. The origin of the disorder may be a

Starting a physical activity: some tips

The reasons that often prompt us to start a physical activity are many and varied. One of the main motivations is definitely aesthetic (one plays sports to improve one’s physical

A urinary tract infection

Fatigue can also result from an urinary infection, which can also cause continuous urges and pain. Sometimes other symptoms are absent, while exhaustion remains the only symptom. Quick treatment of urinary

Acute abdomen: what to do?

At the time the acute abdomen occurs, surgical intervention is necessary. Abdominal pain is of different types depending on the etiology. General symptoms are visceral pain, pain from the peritoneum-parietal,

Industrial gases, fumigants, etc.: what are they?

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Lots of industrial gases, fumigants and volatile solvents are used in the industry and some of them can be encountered in everyday life. They have different physical, chemical characteristics, so they also vary in Of toxicity. Few experienced physicians are able to report on the dangers and the treatment in case of human exposure to any of these substances.

If a subject is suspected of being exposed to gases or vapors, she should be removed from the contaminated atmosphere. When inhalation of vapors can be traced to volatile liquids spilled on clothing, the patient should be undressed and the skin washed. Only for a few cases of poisoning are there specific therapeutic measures to be taken. Inpatient therapy should be primarily supportive with special attention to the respiratory and cardiovascular systems.

Source: Vadecum of poisoning therapy by Roy Goulding

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Otitis

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Cardiac Echodoppler

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Vitiligo

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Head trauma

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Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)

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Hepatitis E

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