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Warts: what are they?

Warts are skin lesions that, depending on their location, can be distinguished into vulgar warts, when present on the body, and genital warts. In general, vulgar warts affect the face,

Bleeding: what to do?

In case of bleeding: Protect yourself from infection, wear latex gloves and if these are not available use different states of gauze or tissue. Cover the wound with a gauze

Strength, vitality — vitamins?

Exercise, proper diet, and the right vitamins can really help you have a healthier and longer-lasting life. But how to take the vitamins so as to reap the greatest benefits?

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?

Recurrences in the dislocated shoulder

Dislocation of the shoulder, as a traumatic event that causes a bone to protrude from its joint structure, is certainly reducible with a medical maneuver that restores the injured part, but from that point on, subsequent treatment must be followed that will then determine whether or not the shoulder heals and resumes its function.

Pulmonary embolism: what is it and how to treat it?

Embolia-polmonare

Embolism lung is a serious complication to be suspected in cases of dyspnea, in a patient at risk of deep vein thrombosis.

I Main symptoms are: sudden dyspnea, chest pain, syncope, tachycardia, hyperventilation, cyanosis, atrial and ventricular gallop, status of agitation and lung rales. Unfortunately, there are no specific tests, for to which the suspicion of pulmonary embolism should be based on the conditions of risk present and the results of investigations such as arterial blood gas analysis and radioisotopic scintigraphy.

Regarding the therapy to be carried out on the patient, heparin infusion, treatment of shock e/o decompensation as well as any alterations in acid-base balance, oxygen therapy, and morphine to reduce pain and anxiety are required.

Source: Medical Guard Handbook edited by Piercarlo Salari

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