Bracket systems – how they differ and which one to choose

Posted on October 14, 2022

Modern orthodontics allows you to create a beautiful smile and the right bite for almost every person. Bracket systems and have long been used not only in children and adolescents, doctors are actively using a variety of methods for correcting bite and position of teeth in adult patients. Choosing a bracket system is not an easy task, as a rule, the doctor offers different options both in price and in appearance. This article will help you prepare and spend … Continue reading “Bracket systems – how they differ and which one to choose”

Hirschsprung’s disease

Posted on April 9, 2022

In June 2020, the European Rare Hereditary and Congenital (Digestive) Anomalies (ERNICA) Reference Network released the Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Management of Hirschsprung Rectosigmoid Disease and â € 🔸Diagnostics â € Diagnostic basis: ▫️histological examination. â € The indications for biopsy are: â € ▫️ history data â € The clinical picture in neonatal or early infancy is the classic triad of symptoms: â € 1.delayed passage of meconium (> 24 hours in term infants) â € 2. bloating â € 3.vomiting of bile â € Hirschsprung’s … Continue reading “Hirschsprung’s disease”

What is antiseptic?

Posted on September 8, 2021September 8, 2021

The word “antiseptic” is Greek in origin and literally means “against decay”. In medicine, an antiseptic is one of the methods of disinfection, which implies the influence on pathogenic microorganisms by different effects: physical, chemical, mechanical or biological. The action of such a substance should lead to the complete destruction or cessation of bacterial, fungal and microbial microflora. One of the antiseptics is In order for the pathogenic microorganism to develop and reproduce, it needs a special environment and … Continue reading “What is antiseptic?”

Bronchial asthma

Posted on June 15, 2021

Bronchial asthma (BA) is a complex medical, social and economic problem. Up to 10% of the world’s population suffer from different types of asthma. Asthma develops in childhood (50%) and in adults under 40 years of age. The prevalence and severity of asthma are influenced by genetic factors, climate, environmental conditions, diet, endocrine disorders, immunodeficiency disorders. Some patients with bronchial asthma are helped by this drug: What is bronchial asthma According to the WHO definition, bronchial asthma is a … Continue reading “Bronchial asthma”

Signs and symptoms of allergies

Posted on February 13, 2021March 15, 2021

General information An allergy is an acute reaction of the body’s immune system to normally harmless substances. Allergies can be caused by the hair of certain animals, various foods, dust, medicines, chemicals, insect bites, and pollen. The substances that cause allergies are called allergens. In some cases, allergic reactions are so mild that you may not even know you have allergies at all. Medical information for Sinoderm including its dosage, uses, side, effects, interactions, pictures and warnings.” … The information provided in Name of … Continue reading “Signs and symptoms of allergies”

The tranquilizer farmapram (alprazolam)

Posted on December 20, 2020December 20, 2020

The drug farmapram has the active ingredient alprazolam, which is a tranquilizer. It is used for anxiety and neurosis with anxiety, tension, restlessness, irritability, sleep disturbance, somatic disorders. Anxiety associated with depression (as part of complex therapy). Panic disorders (treatment). Tremor (senile, essential). Insomnia. Pharmacological action Anxiolytic medicine (tranquilizer), a derivative of triazole-benzodiazepine. It has anxiolytic, sedative, hypnotic, anticonvulsant, central myorelaxant action. The mechanism of action is to increase inhibitory effects of endogenous GABA in CNS by increasing sensitivity of … Continue reading “The tranquilizer farmapram (alprazolam)”

Zika Fever

Posted on November 26, 2020

Zika Fever Symptoms In four out of five cases, the infection is asymptomatic. The incubation period ranges from 3 days to 2 weeks. A person becomes contagious a few days before the first symptoms appear. Characterized by the presence of subfebrile fever, which lasts up to 5 days. Weakness, lethargy, drowsiness, and a feeling of malaise are noted. The presence of myalgias, arthralgias, pain in the eyeballs, photophobia is typical. Conjunctivitis, swelling of small joints often develops. From the first … Continue reading “Zika Fever”

Is the Zika virus a global threat?

Posted on November 26, 2020November 26, 2020

Zika fever is an acute infectious disease with a predominantly transmissible mechanism of transmission. The disease is asymptomatic or manifests itself as an increase in body temperature, general intoxication syndrome, pain in muscles, joints, conjunctivitis, rash. The main danger of infection is the formation of microcephaly and various neurological disorders in the fetus in case of infection of pregnant women, as well as persistent CNS pathologies in adults. Diagnostics is based on the detection of the virus itself in biological … Continue reading “Is the Zika virus a global threat?”


Posted on November 12, 2020November 12, 2020

Diabetes is defined as a disease in which the body has a weakened ability to either produce hormonal insulin or react to it. In people with type 1 diabetes, the pancreas does not produce insulin. People with type 2 diabetes mellitus have cells in their bodies that are insulin resistant or have a pancreas that slows down or stops the production of adequate levels of insulin (blood glucose). Both types of diabetes mellitus can lead to abnormal glucose levels, says … Continue reading “FBS”


Posted on November 12, 2020November 12, 2020

Side effects of the substance Levocetirizine Clinical trials During clinical trials the following undesirable phenomena were observed in men and women of 12-71 years old with a frequency of 1% and more (≥1/100, <1/10): headache, drowsiness, dry mouth, fatigue; not often (≥1/1000, <1/100) – asthenia and abdominal pain. In studies of children aged 6-11 months and from 1 to 6 years with a frequency of 1% and more frequently (≥1/100, <1/10) the following undesirable phenomena were observed: diarrhoea, vomiting, constipation, … Continue reading “Levocetirizine”