Medical Articles

Heart Disease

For many years, Heart disease has been the number one killer in our modern society. It now is battling for first place with cancers. In order for our arteries and blood vessels to be healthy, our body needs a good supply of Vitamin C (Documented by Dr Linus Pauling (Nobel prize) and Dr Matthias Rath).…

Tuberculosis Affects not Only the Poor People

Tuberculosis is a germ infection caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis which generally affects the lungs, but it can also affect kidneys, lymph nodes, spine, intestinal tract and brain. Scientists discovered years ago tubercles in mummified bodies, this proving that TB has existed at least since 2000BC. Also, writings of the ancient Egypt, Babylonia and China mention…

What is Pneumonia? How to Prevent From Pneumonia?

Pneumococcal is a serious disease that causes much sickness and death. In fact, pneumococcal disease kills more people in the United States each year than all other vaccine-preventable diseases combined. People with infectious pneumonia often have a cough producing greenish or yellow sputum and a high fever that may be conducted by shaking chills. Shortness…

Vitamin B12 Deficiency – 5 Warning Signs

Vitamin B12, or cobalamin, is an essential building block of DNA and is key to the maintenance of our body’s genes. In this role, it is an important element in ensuring the proper function of the nervous system and maintaining a healthy hematological profile. A proper diet and good nutrition is almost always sufficient to…

Symptoms of Heart Attack

Heart attack symptoms for women, you know, the typical chest pain (which also applies to men), isn’t always the most noticeable in women. You’d be wondering: A heart attack is a heart attack, does it matter whether it happens to a man or a woman? Why talk about heart attack symptoms specific to women? Symptoms…

Treatment for Bronchitis

The Top 8 Bronchitis and Treatment For Bronchitis Tips When searching for bronchitis and treatment for bronchitis information online, I happened to find some tips – 8 of them, in fact. I hope that you find them useful…as it’s taken our researchers some time to find them all! Nevertheless, it’s worth the effort – especially…

Pain That Brings you to your Knees

Have you ever imagined yourself not having knees? Surely, it is a delight to see those shapely, long legs, but without the knees, those legs will be useless. The knee is a weight-bearing joint that connects the thigh and the leg to each other. The role of the knees is to allow movement of the…

Monteggia Fracture Treatment Information

The Monteggia fracture is a fracture of the ulna, which affects the relationship with the department. Fracture Monteggia frequently associated with dislocation of the radial head. More common in children. Due to blow on the forearm. Monteggia fracture-dislocations are classified by the system Bado. Bado monteggia classified four types of injuries and said radial head…

Cast Away Your Fracture Coding Confusion

Fracture care is one of the most common procedures performed in the ED, yet many EDs barely break even treating these and other types of orthopedic injuries. To avoid denials and unnecessary fee reduction, coders must know whether the physician provided restorative or definitive care, or whether the patient was only stabilized and referred out.…

Road Accidents and First Aid

ROAD ACCIDENTS AND FIRST AID Author – Dr.Jimmy.M.L. 1. Accident rate and ‘golden hour’ The major cause for death below fourty years of age in the world population is road traffic accidents. Hence it is called pandemic of twenty first century. The Indian R.T.A. rate is six percent of the total world rate, even though…

Cerebral Palsy Therapy

There are many forms of physical Cerebral Palsy therapy that can help reduce the disabilities associated with this disorder. Each person with Cerebral Palsy will often need a specialized kind of therapy. The Maribelle exercise assist system, otherwise known as the MEAS is one option that people with Cerebral Palsy may be interested in and…

Questions about Erb’s Palsy

What Is Erb’s Palsy? Erb’s palsy is a disability disorder caused by an injury to the brachial plexus during a baby’s birth. The brachial plexus is a “bundle” of nerves, originating from the spinal cord and located between the neck and shoulder. The result of damage to this nerve set can be as severe as…

Types of Abdominal Wall Hernias

Usually, the term hernia is used when we talk about hernias of the lower torso, but it can be used for bulges in other areas too. It is known that a hernia appears when the contents of a body cavity bulge out of the area where they are normally contained. Although in most of the…