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How To Treat Hypertension?

  Definition : Hypertension (high pressure level) is outlined as having a blood pressure reading of over 140/90 mmHg over a number of weeks. Our blood pressures change all the time throughout the day, therefore your doctor is trying to make sure that your hypertensive reading isn’t simply a natural event. Hypertension Is The Leading …

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Drugs To Avoid During Pregnancy

Medical experts suggest avoiding all types of medicine in the first trimester of pregnancy. The reason is simple because this is the high time for any unexpected side effects such as birth defects and many other unwanted effects. However, there are some conditions where you need to take medicine, then you should consult your physician. …

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Drugs Used For Congestive Cardiac Failure/Heart Failure (chf medications)

To understand how chf medications work we have to first understand the normal physiology of heart.what happens to failing heart and what are the natural ways to avoid heart failure .We will also highlight some chf medications and possible management proctocols . Cardiac/Heart Failure : In Congestive Cardiac/Heart failure the heart fails to supply enough …

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Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs)

What are proton pump inhibitors and Their Mechanism ? Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) reduce the production of acid by obstruction the enzyme in the wall of the stomach that produces acid. Acid is important for the formation of most ulcers in the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum, and therefore the reduction of acid with PPIs prevents ulcers and permits any ulcers that exist within the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum to heal. What diseases do PPIs treat? …

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Paracetamol: Uses, Side Effects, Mechanism, Dosage

Acetaminophen belong to a class of drug Called analgesic(pain reliever) and antipyretics(fever reducer).It is  used to treat different Medical conditions such as headache, muscle aches, arthritis, backache, toothaches, colds,menstrual periods and fevers.The FDA approved acetaminophen in 1951. Mechanism Of Action Acetaminophen is assumed to act primarily within the central nervous system, increasing the pain threshold by inhibiting each …

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Fluoroquinolones

Quinolones and Fluoroquinolones

Introduction One of the most crucial quinolone group members was Nalidixic Acid. The Problem with this compound was that it was a narrow spectrum, and it has moderate gram-negative activity, but it has no gram-positive activity. Apart from this issue, the nalidixic acid was poorly distributed in the body.so; over time, scientists added fluorine with …

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Drugs Used In Asthma

Asthma  According To WHO, A medical Condition is characterized by recurrent attacks of breathlessness and wheezing, which vary in severity and frequency from person to person. In an individual, they may occur from hour to hour and day to day. If you or a loved one has an asthma attack, you must understand the most …

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Emergency Drugs

List of Emergency Drugs & Their Doses

EMERGENCY DRUGS IN HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENSIES Systolic Blood Pressure More Than 220 mmHg or diastolic Blood Pressure More Than 120 mmHg with evidence of active end organ damage. Following Emergency drugs are used in hypertensive crisis. SODIUM NITROPRUSSIDE  Dose : 20-300 microgram/ min i.v Because of predictable, instantaneous, titrable and balanced arteriovenous vasodilatory action it is preferred. …

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