Exercise training is a useful intervention strategy to prevent sickness ; it increases their physical performance in the form of aerobic capacity but does not negatively affect existing disease. A research must include muscle strength assessments and resistance training to evaluate the effects of exercise physical on sickness.
Using antibiotics for viral infections increases antibiotic resistance or may trigger autoimmune diseases
Resistance to ciprofloxacin( Due to misuse or overuse) used to treat more severe infections has increased in the USA from 13% in 1997 to 25% in 2011. The resistant bacterium may cause dysbiosis in the colony of commensal bacteria and triggered the autoimmune disease.
Andreas Vesalius founded modern anatomy with the publication of De Humanis Corporis Fabrica (On the Structure of the Human Body) in June 1543. His book was based upon personal dissection of human bodies. This represented a remarkable departure from the zoological anatomy of Galen.
Death certificates serve the critical functions of providing documentation for legal/administrative purposes and vital statistics for epidemiologic/health policy purposes. In order to satisfy these functions, it is important that death certificates be filled out completely, accurately, and promptly. The high error rate in death certification has been documented in multiple prior studies, as has the effectiveness of educational training interventions at mitigating errors. The following guide to death certification is intended to illustrate some basic principles and common pitfalls in electronic death registration with the goal of improving death certification accuracy.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE A Acid-Fast Bacillus (AFB) Tests ADHD Screening Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH) Albumin Blood Test Aldosterone Test Alkaline Phosphatase Allergy Blood Test Alpha Fetoprotein (AFP) Tumor Marker Test Alpha-1 Antitrypsin […]
Seasonal influenza causes sudden fever, dry cough, headache, muscle-joint pain, sore throat and runny nose.
Influenza A viruses are further classified into subtypes according to the combinations of the hemagglutinin (HA) and the neuraminidase (NA), the proteins on the surface of the virus. Currently circulating in humans are subtype A(H1N1) and A(H3N2) influenza viruses. The A(H1N1) is also written as A(H1N1)pdm09 as it caused the pandemic in 2009 and subsequently replaced the seasonal influenza A(H1N1) virus which had circulated prior to 2009.
Organisms may have different susceptibilities to various disinfectants. As a surface disinfectant, 70% isopropyl alcohol is generally effective. However, 70% alcohol is not the disinfectant of choice for decontaminating spills. It should be noted that 100% alcohol is not as effective a disinfectant as 70% alcohol.
Guggul gum resin is also used by mouth for high cholesterol, "hardening of the arteries" (atherosclerosis), and weight loss in people who are obese or overweight.