MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

Myocardial infarction (MI ) is a focal necrosis (necrosis) of the heart muscle (myocardium), caused by a more or less prolonged cessation of blood access to the myocardium. The basis of this process is impaired patency of one

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Myocardial infarction (MI ) is a focal necrosis (necrosis) of the heart muscle (myocardium), caused by a more or less prolonged cessation of blood access to the myocardium. The basis of this process is impaired patency of one

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TREATMENT OF THE ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION.

Treatment is carried out in a hospital under monitor supervision. You need a state of rest, small movements, mandatory relief of pain.                     You can warm the heart, warm tea, hold vodka or brandy, analgin, painkillers in your mouth . Combine morphine , Promedol , etc. iv with small doses of Atropine 0.3-0.5ml with antihistamines. Talamanal 1

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Treatment is carried out in a hospital under monitor supervision. You need a state of rest, small movements, mandatory relief of pain.                     You can warm the heart, warm tea, hold vodka or brandy, analgin, painkillers in your mouth . Combine morphine , Promedol , etc. iv with small doses of Atropine 0.3-0.5ml with antihistamines. Talamanal 1

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HEART FAILURE

Chronic heart failure is one of the most common complications of diseases of the cardiovascular system. Any heart disease leads to a decrease in the ability of the heart to provide the body with a sufficient flow

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Chronic heart failure is one of the most common complications of diseases of the cardiovascular system. Any heart disease leads to a decrease in the ability of the heart to provide the body with a sufficient flow

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Typical symptoms of heart failure

1) Shortness of breath appears , especially at night when lying down. This is a consequence of stagnation of blood in the lungs. 2) Due to stagnation of blood in a large circle of blood circulation, the patient’s arms and legs freeze, swelling appears . At

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1) Shortness of breath appears , especially at night when lying down. This is a consequence of stagnation of blood in the lungs. 2) Due to stagnation of blood in a large circle of blood circulation, the patient’s arms and legs freeze, swelling appears . At

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Cardiosclerosis

Cardiosclerosis (from Greek kardia – heart and skleros – hard, hard) – a disease based on the development of connective (scar) tissue in the heart muscle resulting from inflammation or insufficient blood supply to the heart muscle. Scar tissue replaces the

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Cardiosclerosis (from Greek kardia – heart and skleros – hard, hard) – a disease based on the development of connective (scar) tissue in the heart muscle resulting from inflammation or insufficient blood supply to the heart muscle. Scar tissue replaces the

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MYOCARDITIS

Myocarditis – inflammation of the heart muscle – myocardium (from mys – muscle and cardia – heart). Causes. The most common cause of myocarditis is rheumatism, infections and viruses, allergens. With any infectious disease, there is a chance of developing myocarditis. Types of rheumatism

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Myocarditis – inflammation of the heart muscle – myocardium (from mys – muscle and cardia – heart). Causes. The most common cause of myocarditis is rheumatism, infections and viruses, allergens. With any infectious disease, there is a chance of developing myocarditis. Types of rheumatism

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FAULTS OF THE HEART

Heart defects are heart diseases associated with a violation of its functions as a result of lesions (deformation) of the heart valves or narrowings (stenosis) of the holes covered by the valves. Often in the same patient, deformation of the valves

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Heart defects are heart diseases associated with a violation of its functions as a result of lesions (deformation) of the heart valves or narrowings (stenosis) of the holes covered by the valves. Often in the same patient, deformation of the valves

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HYPOTENSION

Hypotension (from the Greek. Hypo – below, below, and tonos – tension) – a reduced tension of the tone characteristic of many organs and systems. Most often, the term Hypotension is used to mean low blood pressure. The lower limit of the

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Hypotension (from the Greek. Hypo – below, below, and tonos – tension) – a reduced tension of the tone characteristic of many organs and systems. Most often, the term Hypotension is used to mean low blood pressure. The lower limit of the

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ANEURISM

Aneurysm (from the Greek. Aneuryno – expand) – limited expansion of the artery, protrusion of its wall. There are 2 types of aneurysms.                  True aneurysm sac aneurysm – bulging of the entire vessel wall, paying the call of all its layers. True aneurysms can vstre chatsya all

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Aneurysm (from the Greek. Aneuryno – expand) – limited expansion of the artery, protrusion of its wall. There are 2 types of aneurysms.                  True aneurysm sac aneurysm – bulging of the entire vessel wall, paying the call of all its layers. True aneurysms can vstre chatsya all

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URINARY SYSTEM

Urinary organs are the main group of excretory organs of the body. By removing water and mineral salts, the urinary organs maintain the water and salt balance of blood and tissues at a certain level. The main product

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Urinary organs are the main group of excretory organs of the body. By removing water and mineral salts, the urinary organs maintain the water and salt balance of blood and tissues at a certain level. The main product

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