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    What is Methylene blue (Domitazol)?

    Domitazol is a form of hemoglobin (HEEM o glo bin). Hemoglobin is a substance in blood that carries oxygen and distributes it to your tissues and organs. However, methemoglobin is not a type of hemoglobin that is useful in carrying oxygen. Methemoglobin normally exists in small amounts in the blood. However, when methemoglobin levels increase, the blood is less efficient in circulating oxygen. The resulting lack of oxygen throughout the body can cause symptoms such as pale or blue-colored skin. Methemoglobinemia is a condition in which methemoglobin is present in high levels in the blood. Methemoglobinemia usually occurs when a person is exposed to certain drugs or chemicals such as…

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    Pharmacological action of polygot

    Polygot is a combined antimigraine drug. Pharmacological action is antimigraine. The effect of Polygot is associated with the vasoconstrictor effect of ergotamine and improvement of brain functions under the influence of caffeine. Ergotamine causes a vasoconstrictor effect. Caffeine accelerates absorption of ergotamine and enhances the effect of ergot alkaloids in treatment of migraine. Caffeine also causes stimulation of the central nervous system, mainly in the cerebral cortex, respiratory and vasomotor centers. It increases mental and physical performance, reduces sleepiness and fatigue. Caffeine has a pronounced cardiotonic effect: it increases strength and heart rate, increases BP in hypotension. Indications for the drug Polygot vasoparalytic form of migraine; arterial hypotension; as a…

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    Risk of surgical operation. Surgical operations with minimal access

    The risks associated with surgery (i.e., the likelihood that the surgery will cause serious problems or death) depend on the type of surgery and the characteristics of the person.The types of surgery with the highest risks include: heart or lung surgery; liver surgery; and long-term or high-risk extensive abdominal bleeding;prostate removal; serious surgical procedures on bones and joints (e.g., hip replacement). Generally, the worse a person’s general health, the higher the risks associated with surgery.The risk is often increased in older people. However, it has been found that the risks are not so much related to age as to general health. Chronic disorders that increase the surgical risk, as well…

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    Extensive and small surgical interventions. Anesthesia

    In some cases, surgical interventions are divided into large and small, but many surgical procedures combine the characteristics of each of these types. Extensive Surgical Interventions Extensive surgery often involves opening one of the largest cavities in the body (abdomen, chest and skull). An abdominal dissection is called a laparotomy, a thoracotomy, and a craniotomy of the skull. Extensive surgery can create stress on vital organs. Such surgeries are usually performed with general anaesthesia in hospital operating theatres and involve a team of doctors. Generally, after a major surgery, the person should stay in hospital for at least one more night. Small Surgical Intervention During small surgical interventions, large body…

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    Surgical operation

    Surgery traditionally refers to procedures (called surgery) that involve manually cutting or stitching body tissues to treat diseases, injuries or pathologies. But new advances in surgical technology make this concept more complex. In some cases, laser, radiation and other methods are used instead of a scalpel, and it is not necessary to stitch to close a wound. In modern medicine, it is difficult to make a clear distinction between a surgical operation and a medical procedure (which usually does not involve cutting or suturing the body tissues). But it is not required: the main thing is that the doctor performing the procedure is experienced and well prepared.Surgery is a broad…

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    Modern methods of autism treatment

    The best treatment available now is psychological, such as behaviour analysis. This means that complex tasks are divided into simple steps, and each of them is overcome by encouraging and motivating the child.  These types of treatment are most effective when combined with developmental research. Early intensive interventions can greatly reduce symptoms and improve cognitive and linguistic abilities. For more adult children who speak fluently, social skills training programs are effective.  One example is using social stories to help a child learn the skills needed for different sets of situations. For example, you can teach a child to behave on the first day of school: say hello to the teacher,…