Have you been admitted to the hospital? Scary incidents happened there. It's not a fallacy. There's always truth to the rumors about maltreatment that the patients experienced from the doctors, nurses and medical aides. Read on and leave comments.
Protein-energy malnutrition (PEM) has been defined by WHO and FAO (1973) as a range of pathological conditions arising from coincident lack of protein and calories in varying proportions occurring
In 1944, the polio epidemic raged across America. It took thousands of lives and crippled many more. This is the story of one city's battle to save the children in their community.
This article recounts the history of phlebotomy, starting back with blood letting by the Eqyptians in 1000 A.D. The fascinating history of blood-letting is recounted through the Middle Ages up to current events.
Heart transplant patients inherit character traits from their donors. Science proves that there is a second brain in the heart sometimes called "the little brain" for emotion, premonition etc.
Axillary blocks are a type of regional anesthetic. It is one of the peripheral nerve blocks that anesthesiologists may be able to use instead of, or in addition to, general anesthesia.
What are the side effects of taking prednisone? Depression, high blood pressure, irritation, heart damage seem common. Hypertension is also a negative side effects of this drug on the body and brain.
Few Multiple Choice Questions on Myasthenia Gravis for students of medicine, nursing and allied health.
What are Gamma Waves? How can I increase Gamma Waves production in my brain?
The normal changes that accompany aging have implications for anesthesia. An anesthesiologist explains the basics of these changes and how anesthesia care is impacted.