After a heart attack
His fate will sometimes depend on the attitude of a person who has suffered a myocardial infarction, to his condition, to medical recommendations, whether he returns to a full-blooded life,…

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Kyphosis
Trying on a twelve-year-old son a new shirt, you noticed that his back was round. They looked more closely and saw what they had not previously paid attention to; the…

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To remove the adenoids or to wait?
Third amygdala. What role does it play in the body? Can adenoids affect a child's academic performance? Operation is done. Do you need further treatment? ...The child's mouth is always…

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pyrogens

Protective barriers in the lungs

It is not difficult to imagine what would have happened if the smallest particles of dust, aerosols, various microorganisms contained in the air we breathe fell into the lungs. Very soon their delicate and extremely vulnerable tissue would collapse: after all, the wall thickness of the alveoli – microscopic bubbles – ranges from 0.1 to 4 micrometers. However, thanks to the system of protective mechanisms that stand all the way of the air stream from the moment of inspiration up to the alveoli, this does not occur, and the air enters the lungs sufficiently purified from harmful impurities and even warmed up. Continue reading

Reflux - Esophagitis
Initially, a little anatomy. The diaphragm (muscle-tendon septum) separates the chest cavity from the abdominal. Through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm, the esophagus descends into the abdominal cavity and…

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Pregnancy
The second trimester of pregnancy, that is, its fourth, fifth, sixth months, in a healthy woman, as a rule, proceeds calmly. The first period of physical and psychological adaptation passed,…

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Reflux - Esophagitis
Initially, a little anatomy. The diaphragm (muscle-tendon septum) separates the chest cavity from the abdominal. Through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm, the esophagus descends into the abdominal cavity and…

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First aid for loss of consciousness
The most common causes of loss of consciousness - fainting and traumatic brain injury. FROZEN - a sudden short-term loss of consciousness caused by insufficient supply of blood to the…

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