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First, notice that bubbles are stopped by the drip chamber on the IV, or if there's an infusion pump instead of a drip chamber, the pump itself will detect it and stop the flow. If there is a small bubble or two in the line after the drip chamber or pump, notice that it doesn't go anywhere. It just sits there and doesn't move with the fluid so it never ...


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1) How likely is intracranial thrombophlebitis after nasal hair removal? Cavernous sinus thrombosis (Stat Pearls, 2019) after nasal hair removal (or from any cause) seems to be rare but possible: ...annual incidence of cavernous sinus thrombosis might be approximately 0.2 to 1.6 per 100,000 per year. Cavernous sinus thrombosis (CST) is a rare, ...


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First of all and above all we cannot give medical advice which is contrary to what is recommended by your doctor. If you have any concerns about your medication, please seek the advice of your doctor before making any changes to dosage or other recommendations What research states Research has shown that certain fruits, particularly grapefruit and ...


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Till now probably there is no evidence of whether we should use aspirin alone in Covid 19 patients to prevent blood clot unless he is suffering from some cardiovascular disorder . This may be probably due to no well conducted RCT taking aspirin into consideration. Although there are suggestion it can be useful. Earlier there were claims that use of NSAIDS ...


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Basically, the signal transduction pathway of PGI2 involves a Gs protein. This Gs protein involves the increase in cAMP (through adenylate cyclase; I am assuming you know the signal transduction pathways). Thus, when you administer Dipyridamole, phosphodiesterase is inhibited (which would've degraded your cAMP), thus there is an augmented effect of the PGI2. ...


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for now there is no specific immunotherapy for the treatment sepsis (defined as sepsis-3.0); the main treatment for severe sepsis is supportive in the intensive care unit. some medicine such as ulinastatin and thymosin α1 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26517783 may be effective but with low level of evidence.


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Baker's cyst typically appears as a single or multiple lump with clearly defined borders, covered by normal skin without discoloration (Google photos of Baker's cysts). Varicose veins behind the knee appear as a net of knotted bluish threads (Photo). Superficial thrombophlebitis can appear as a vague red discoloration without swelling on the lower leg ...


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Depending on your definition of "wound" you could consider a styptic pencil. It's generally used for nicks and small cuts, such as you get while shaving. Most drugstores sell them or you can order from Amazon. They are briefly mentioned in the Wikipedia article on agents that stop bleeding. The article mentions several other products that are probably only ...


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The "sulfur" based powder you are referring to is sulfonamide which was an antimicrobial, not a clotting agent. It's not sulfur based, but is often called "sulfa", which is where you may be thinking it's sulfur. It's a white powder that medics used on open wounds, for the antimicrobrial properties. Pretty much every US soldier had sulfa packs and were ...


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