Connective tissue disease affects many people throughout the country. While this usually targets the joints, muscles, and skin, no organ is safe from it.
The Acute respiratory distress syndrome or ARDS is a failure of our lung due to inflammation. The symptoms of ARDS are characterized by breath shortness, quick breaths, and a slightly significant bluish discoloration of the skin. For many patients who successfully survived this syndrome, lead a somewhat diminished life in terms of lung quality and breathing. ARDS have many causes. It may be because of a trauma in your body that lead to ARDS.
A DNR or Do Not Resuscitate Order is a set of written instructions from the patient’s healthcare partner or physician telling healthcare professionals not to perform CPR or Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on the patient if and when an emergency arises.
Diclofenac sodium gel is a known nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (or NSAID) that is mainly used to externally treat osteoarthritis and muscle strain, particularly on the knees and hands.
Morphine, fentanyl, oxycodone, demerol, codeine, methadone – these are just some of the known painkillers that are classified as opioid analgesics.
Persistent depressive disorder is one of the psychiatric disorders that are considered to last for more than 2 years.
With laser eye surgery, no one will have to deal with those minimal discomforts anymore since it promises to not only give the eyes freedom, but it also supports eye health.
Surprisingly, there are a lot of illnesses that are still unknown to us. Some might also be too complicated that you would not believe that it exists. One of this kind of sickness is Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome.
Interstitial lung disease, or diffuse parenchymal lung disease, refers to a set of lung conditions which cause the lung tissue to scar progressively.
Leukocytes, or white blood cells, play a very important role in the human body. They are the fundamental element in the blood which help fight infection.