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Mr Ghaz has written 1 Blood & Circulatory Conditions articles, has received +24 recommendations and is currently the #6 ranked expert in this subject.
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Most of us are familiar with iv's either because we have had to be treated with an iv, have treated patients with iv products or have seen iv in popular media shows that depict a patient with the almost obligatory iv needle and the iv product hanging on a iv pole.
Published by Nora K Anthony 60 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Hypovolemic shock is a serious emergency condition that results when there is an underlying medical condition or injuries that lead to severe blood loss hence decreasing the cardiac output or total amount of blood in the circulation. The management of this shock is geared towards identifying and correcting the disorder or the problem that caused the shock.
Published by Timm 68 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +11 votes | 5 comments
An evolving stroke is one in which the damage to the brain worsens over time. A stroke causes a brain infarction (tissue death or necrosis in the brain). Over time, a stroke caused by bleeding in the brain or by a blood clot can cause tissue death in the brain that spreads out over time. The patient may begin to notice mild deficits that have worsened over time. An evolving stroke, also known as a stroke in evolution is not a diagnosis, it is an observation. The patient will be treated for his o...
Published by Charlene Collins 70 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Hypovolemic shock is a serious emergency condition that results when there is a disorder or an injury that lead to body fluid loss hence decreasing the blood volume and cardiac output. The overall management of this condition is geared towards identiftying and correcting the disorder or the problem that caused the shock.
Published by Timm 230 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
The circulatory insufficiency of Peripheral Arterial Disease can have a number of significant negative impacts on a patientÂ’s quality of life. However, an understanding of the symptoms, causes and treatment of this condition can support patients in their recovery to normal functionality.
Published by L. K. McCosker 72 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
High blood pressure is one of the most common diseases which can cause heart failures or strokes. Reducing sodium intake, adopting a healthy diet and exercising can reduce high BP.
Published by deepa venkitesh 74 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +12 votes | 6 comments
Improve blood circulation in your legs for preventing varicose veins naturally. Following are some of the effective tips to improve blood circulation and treat varicose veins.
Published by Bristow 75 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +4 votes | 3 comments
The health condition known as hypotension is quite often not addressed by doctors since it not known. The symptoms of hypotension are only discovered when a fall occurs. Patients that have low blood pressure have natural, healthy treatment options.
Published by Roberta Baxter 74 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +22 votes | 11 comments
Coronary Heart Disease is a condition characterized by reduced blood flow to the heart. The condition is a associated with a host of causes and the symptoms of CHD include breathlessness and chest pain. Here are some Diet tips that can help in the management of coronary heart disease
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 79 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +5 votes | 3 comments
People who live at high altitudes above sea level tend to suffer less from heart conditions and certain cancers. This might be due to genes that respond to oxygen levels, vitamins, or a combination of both.
Published by BlaBla 81 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +12 votes | 5 comments
Overview of diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins
Published by Judith Barton 81 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +7 votes | 5 comments
Cardiovascular conditions are one of the major causes of death globally. Five risk factors have been identified: smoking, nutrition, blood pressure, stress and personality.
Published by BlaBla 82 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +5 votes | 1 comments
A stroke results from damage to an area of the brain, due to obstructed blood supply. Causes include pressure following hemorrhage from a ruptured blood vessel, a clot in an obstructed brain artery, or an embolism. Symptoms lasting over 24 hours signify a full stroke. Their disappearances after a few hours indicate a \\\\\\\"mini-stroke or TIA (transient ischemic attack).
Published by Levy Dalumpines 83 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +4 votes | 3 comments
Most nosebleeds happen following a fall or blow to the face. They also occur from pressure applied to delicate vessels in the nasal lining, by picking or blowing, when weakened by a cold or other inflammation. Nasal polyps are non-cancerous swellings in the nasal lining common in hay fever sufferers, which may also cause nosebleeds, as can high blood pressure and stress.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 83 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +1 votes | 1 comments
Leg veins channel blood upwards against the force of gravity. Veins deep in the tissues are supported by the muscles, and the flow of blood is encouraged upwards by exercise.
Published by Aileen P. N. 84 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +4 votes | 3 comments
Iron deficiency anemia is a frequent and easily treated health condition, which is caused by an insufficient amount of iron in the body. Iron deficiency anemia is the most common type of anemia.
Published by Charlene Collins 84 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +5 votes | 5 comments
Learn about the risks, causes and complications that lead to brain aneurysms.
Published by Debbie Edwards 85 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +2 votes | 0 comments
Deep Vein Thrombosis or DVT is a blood clot in the leg that may occur after a surgical operation,pregnancy or a long period of bed rest. Know the risk factors and treatment for DVT.
Published by Simplyoj (Joy L. Carnay) 85 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +25 votes | 12 comments
Headaches can be caused by sinus pressure, but did you know that some can be the result of dangerously high blood pressure?
Published by Melanie Shearer 85 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Do bones maintain homeostasis with vitamins and minerals? What does homeostasis mean? How Does the Human Body Maintain Homeostasis?..Here's some of the interesting facts about Homeostasis.
Published by Mr Ghaz 85 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +12 votes | 4 comments
What are the causes of syncope or fainting?
Published by Fran Ll 230 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
What is Blood and How Does it Work in Your Body? How Your Bloodstream Works.
Published by Amanda Wilkins 89 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +3 votes | 0 comments
Elevation of the platelet count is called thrombocytosis.
Published by Dr. David Warmflash 89 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +2 votes | 0 comments
Learn how to Assess for the Circulatory Status. This is useful for nurses and healthcare providers.
Published by Darwin Mendez 97 months ago in Blood & Circulatory Conditions | +6 votes | 0 comments