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Propoxyphene Action
 
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Sharon Hertz, M.D advises consumers on the known effects of the pain killer Propoxyphene. [vpdrugs]
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Tough Nuts | George Freeman | The King of Sydney | S2E8
 
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Murderer, standover man, race fixer, SP bookmaker and crime lord, George Freeman was the King of Sydney for over three decades. His skills as a gambler and race fixer meant he could enrich his associates and a growing band of influential people who helped keep him out of trouble with police.
The Different Medications Used To Treat Migraines
 
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Dr. Newman explains that there are various approaches for treating migraine headaches, including ones that deal with the actual headache itself and preventative measures before a migraine attack. Lawrence C. Newman, MD: There are many different approaches that we used to treat people who suffer from migraine. In general, we divide the therapies into acute medications and preventative medications. The acute medications are medications that taken at the onset of the headache to shorten the attack of pain, and hopefully to get rid of the associated symptoms, the nausea and vomiting for instance. We divide the acute medications into two broad categories, symptomatic medications and specific medications. A symptomatic medication is not just for migraine. It can be used for pain or for nausea and vomiting for any reason. It can include over the counter medications like Aspirin or Tylenol or medications combined like with caffeine like Excedrin for instance or certain prescription medications. The prescription forms of antiinflammatory medications as well. Specific agents on the other hand worked just for migraine and the beauty of these agents is that they target not only the head pain, but the associated features, the nausea, the vomiting, the lightness, the sound and the smell sensitivity. They work quickly. They do not cause sedation in general, and they are not addicted. Agents like those include the Triptans, Sumatriptan or Imitrex, Rizatriptan or Maxalt were various forms, those medications, Ergotamines and Dihydroergotamine like Migranal nasal spray and several others. Again, these agents target the headaches specifically not generally. For people who had very frequent attacks of migraine, frequent is defined as more than one headache per month will often use preventative agents. Preventative agents fall in several different categories. High blood pressure medications, antidepressant medications, and antiseizure medications. These agents have been shown to decrease both the frequency and severity of attacks of migraine letting patients go on to live a normal life. Learn more about Dr. Newman: http://www.einstein.yu.edu/faculty/profile.asp?id=5174
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How To Take Actual History part 2 | كيف تأخذ التاريخ المرضي الجزء 2
 
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Part two of (How to take take actual history).
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Savithri Addicted To Alcohol Because of Jp Chandrababu | Filmibeat Telugu
 
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Savitri was an Indian film actress, playback singer, dancer, director and producer. She appeared mainly in Telugu and Tamil language films but also in Kannada, Malayalam and Hindi language films. Savitri passed away on 26 December 1981, at the age of 45 and after being in a coma for 19 months. She had been an alcoholic for many years, having begun drinking heavily in 1969, and developed diabetes and high blood pressure. JP chandrababu one of the reason for her addiction towards alcholic. దక్షిణాది ప్రేక్షకుల అభిమాన నటి సావిత్రి జీవిత కథ ఆధారంగా తెరకెక్కిన మహానటి చిత్రం విశేషంగా ఆకట్టుకొంటున్నది. ఈ చిత్రం తర్వాత ప్రస్తుత, భావి తరాల వారికి మహోన్నతమైన నటి జీవితంగా స్ఫూర్తి దాయకంగా నిలువనున్నది. మహానటిగా అవతరించే క్రమంలో సావిత్రి జీవితంలో ఒడిదుడుకులు ప్రతీ ఒక్కరికి ఆసక్తికరమే. సావిత్రి జీవితం విషాదకర పరిస్థితుల్లోకి నెట్టివేయబడటానికి అనేక కారణాలని చెప్పుకొంటారు. వ్యక్తిగత జీవితం సందిగ్ధంలో పడినప్పుడు సావిత్రి మద్యానికి అలవాటు పడ్డారు. అతిగా మద్యానికి వ్యసనపరురాలికాగా మారడానికి ఓ వ్యక్తి కారణమంటూ తాజాగా ఓ పేరు వెలుగులోకి వచ్చింది. అతడి పేరే జేపీ చంద్రబాబు. తన కెరీర్ ఉన్నత స్థితిలో ఉన్నప్పుడు ప్రముఖ నిర్మాత కూతురు షీలాను చంద్రబాబు వివాహం చేసుకొన్నారు. కానీ చంద్రబాబును వివాహం చేసుకోవడానికి ముందే ఆమెకు మరో వ్యక్తితో రిలేషన్ ఉంది. దాంతో వారి మధ్య వ్యక్తిగత విభేదాలు తలెత్తాయి. వారి వైవాహి జీవితం అర్దాంతరంగా ముగిసింది. తన వైవాహిక జీవితం ఇబ్బందుల్లో ఉన్న సమయంలోనే చంద్రబాబు తీవ్ర నష్టాలపాలయ్యాడు. మాజీ ముఖ్యమంత్రి ఎంజీ రామచంద్రన్‌ను హీరోగా పెట్టి మాది విట్టు ఇజై అనే చిత్రాన్ని రూపొందించారు. ఈ సినిమా షూటింగ్ సమయంలో ఎంజీఆర్, చంద్రబాబుకు మధ్య విభేదాలు వచ్చాయి. ఆ కారణంగా చంద్రబాబుకు ఎంజిఆర్ సహకరించలేదని చెప్పుకొంటారు. దాంతో ఆ సినిమా విడుదలకు నోచుకోలేదు. చంద్రబాబు, యంజీఆర్ మధ్య విభేదాలకు ఓ ప్రత్యేక కారణం ఉంది. ఎంజీఆర్ సోదరుడు ఎంజీ చక్రపాణిని చంద్రబాబు దూషించడం వల్ల వారి మధ్య విభేదాలు చోటుచేసుకొన్నాయని ప్రముఖ సినీ రచయిత ఆరూర్ దాస్ తన ఆత్మకథలో చెప్పుకొన్నారు. చంద్రబాబును ఉద్దేశపూర్వకంగానే యంజీఆర్ సినిమా పరిశ్రమలో పైకిరాకుండా తొక్కేశారని సినీవర్గాలు చెప్పుకొంటాయి. ఇలాంటి ప్రతికూల పరిస్థితుల్లో చంద్రబాబు తాగుడుకు అలవాటు పడ్డారు. మద్యం సేవించడం వ్యసనంగా మారింది. ఈ క్రమంలోనే సావిత్రితో మంచి అనుబంధం ఏర్పడింది. చంద్రబాబు ఎదురైన పరిస్ఠితులో ఆ సమయంలో సావిత్రి గారిని వెంటాడాయి. Filmibeat Telugu Subscribe for More Videos.. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ▬▬▬▬▬ Share, Support, Subscribe▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ♥ subscribe : https://goo.gl/wTpobd ♥ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TeluguFilmibeat/ ♥ YouTube : https://goo.gl/wTpobd ♥ twitter:https://twitter.com/FilmibeatTe ♥ Website:https://twitter.com/TeluguFilmibeat ♥ GPlus:https://plus.google.com/112525048318303652385 ♥ For Viral Videos: http://telugu.filmibeat.com/videos/ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬
Top 10 The Most Dangerous Drugs In The World
 
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Top 10 The Most Dangerous Drugs In The World , This List wan't made by me , i know that there is dangerous drugs like alcohol About the Dangerous Drugs For More Information ► http://elitedai.ly/1XfTJhe 10. Bath Salts Like Ecstasy and methamphetamine, the drug known as “bath salts” is a designer drug, which means it’s synthetic, concocted in a lab. . What makes the term “bath salts” more confusing, though, is that name is used for a surprisingly large number of different chemical combinations. But the drug also apparently causes paranoid delusions and/or hallucinations. Experts are saying it’s psychoactive, rather than hallucinogenic like acid, but the end result appears to be similar: delusional beliefs acted upon in violent ways. 09. Benzodiazepines This drug is psychoactive in nature and is used to treat problems of depression mostly. The action of this drug becomes dangerous when it is used in excess. The exact action of the drug on the nervous system is known with certainty and the specialists assert that it can cause many side effects. For example, slurred speech, drowsiness and severe depression and dependency. 8. Crystal Meth This is yet another drug which acts as a stimulant and was indeed a great invention in the field psycho pharmacology. It also acts in suppressing one’s appetite. The action and the effects of this drug become dangerous to one’s health when it is used for recreational purposes. The common effects are dizziness, visual impairment, ADHD and restlessness. 7. Ketamine This drug is a very powerful drug that can cause hallucinations and even paranoia. It has a number of effects on the human body including anesthesia, visual and auditory hallucinations and blood pressure problems. It has been reported for a number of recreational uses and in addiction. 6. Street Methadone This drug has been reported as a form of an opiate drug. Its acts as an agonist in the nervous system and it also effects heavily on the neurotransmitters which are released in the human brain. The overdose of this drug can cause pneumonia, Hepatitis, and even a number of psychological disorders. The respiratory depressions and actions it causes can even cause death. 5. Cocaine This drug is indeed a very dangerous drug which is known all around the world as the slow killer. This drug influences a number of neurotransmitters at the same time and is extremely dangerous to the nervous functioning of the brain. It is has been banned in many countries due to the number of deaths it has caused. 4. Opiates Street names include Codeine, China White, Ddarvon, Darvocet, Demerol, dilaudid, heroin, methadone, Morphine, Percocet, Percodan, Talwin, and Vicodin. According to the United States Library of Medicine, many prescription drugs are characterized as opiates. . One of the most common illegal opiates is heroin, a more concentrated form of morphine. The Partnership for a Drug-Free America reports that heroin is so addictive that withdrawal symptoms can appear within hours of not using. 3. Heroin It is a derivative of opium and is the most dangerous drug responsible of thousands of deaths every year. The tolerance to this drug develops very fast and so the body demands more and more intake of this drug. The fatal side effects include shortness of breath, seizures, disorientation, abnormal behavior, cycles of knock outs and even the whole brain stops functioning at times leading to sudden death. 2. LSD LSD produces unpredictable psychological effects, with “trips” lasting about 12 hours. With large enough doses, users experience delusions and hallucinations. Physical effects include increased body temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure; sleeplessness; and loss of appetite. 1. The Devil’s Breath This drug has the power to eliminate free will and wipe out memory and is being dealt with regularly on the streets of Colombia. Scopolamine, or ‘The Devil’s Breath,’ comes from a tree common to South America. Since scopolamine is odorless and tasteless, it can be blown in the face of a passerby on the street and, within minutes, that person is under the drug’s effect. Leaving you hopeless with no free will, making you obey every order you are given. © Photos Credit Bath Salts - Live Science ♦ http://bit.ly/1FjLaXJ Benzodiazepines - Toxipedia ♦ http://bit.ly/1fUY9br Crystal Meth - WIKI ♦ http://bit.ly/1EBicYv Ketamine - Tradex ♦ http://bit.ly/1JN8u0R Street Methadone - Gulf Breeze ♦ http://bit.ly/1UmDz6L Cocaine - Rehabs ♦ http://bit.ly/1EyAkln Opiates - emaze ♦ http://bit.ly/1IIXh0r Heroin - WBHM ♦ http://bit.ly/1hTP5FR LSD - WIKI ♦ http://bit.ly/1Jy2Gck The Devil’s Breath - Jamesjmurray ♦ http://bit.ly/1JLY06g © Subscribe Photos Credit KKK - Vice ♦ http://bit.ly/1FjLdTe Meth - Business Insider ♦ http://bit.ly/1L1bxnc ♫ Music - http://www.dl-sounds.com/ If you are the owner of the photos and If there is a mistake about photo credits , please contact me .
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A Guide to King's Maternity Services
 
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Every woman has her own ideas about how she would like her baby to be born - whether it be at home or in hospital. At King's we focus on providing you with a range of facilities and services so that you can choose the right approach for you and your baby. This film has been made with the help of staff and parents at King's and we hope you find the information useful. --------- As one of London's leading maternity hospitals, we care for more than 6,000 mother and babies each year.
Charité Clinical Journal Club by Fred Luft - 21.10.2015 (Part 1 of 2)
 
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The N Engl J Med image of the week shows an older woman with a swollen right red orbit. The right eye is closed, while the left looks normal. Which one of the following is the least likely cause of this patient’s symptoms of retrobulbar swelling and diplopia? You are offered dermatomyositis, cancer, oral contraceptive use, facial trauma, and sinusitis. We go over all the possibilities. Ischemic preconditioning (IPC) is an experimental technique for producing resistance to the loss of blood supply, and thus oxygen, to tissues of many types. In the heart, IPC is an intrinsic process whereby repeated short episodes of ischemia protect the myocardium against a subsequent ischemic insult. Studies claim that remote (RIPC - ischemia of an extremity, hence remote), IPC is also protective. Investigators conducted a prospective, double-blind, multicenter, randomized, controlled trial involving adults who were scheduled for elective cardiac surgery requiring cardiopulmonary bypass under total anesthesia with intravenous propofol. The trial compared upper-limb RIPC with a sham intervention. In a similar study, surgeons investigated this question in a randomized trial and conducted a multicenter, sham-controlled trial involving adults at increased surgical risk who were undergoing on-pump CABG (with or without valve surgery) with blood cardioplegia. After anesthesia induction and before surgical incision, patients were randomly assigned to remote ischemic preconditioning (four 5-minute inflations and deflations of a standard blood-pressure cuff on the upper arm) or sham conditioning (control group). RIPC was not helpful in either study. Daclizumab high-yield process (HYP) is a humanized monoclonal antibody that binds to CD25 (alpha subunit of the interleukin-2 receptor) and modulates interleukin-2 signaling. Abnormalities in interleukin-2 signaling have been implicated in the pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune disorders. Neurologists conducted a randomized, double-blind, active-controlled, phase 3 study involving 1841 patients with relapsing–remitting multiple sclerosis to compare daclizumab HYP, administered subcutaneously at a dose of 150 mg every 4 weeks, with interferon beta-1a, administered intramuscularly at a dose of 30 μg once weekly, for up to 144 weeks. The primary end point was the annualized relapse rate. Daclizumab beat interferon. Recent discoveries of somatic mutations (eg. KCNJ5) permit the recognition of subtypes of aldosterone-producing adenomas with distinct clinical presentations and pathological features. Investigators describe three women with hyperaldosteronism, two who presented in pregnancy and one who presented after menopause. Their aldosterone-producing adenomas harbored activating mutations of CTNNB1, encoding β-catenin in the Wnt cell-differentiation pathway, and expressed LHCGR and GNRHR, encoding gonadal receptors, at levels that were more than 100 times as high as the levels in other aldosterone-producing adenomas. The mutations stimulate Wnt activation and cause adrenocortical cells to de-differentiate toward their common adrenal–gonadal precursor cell type. The N Engl J Med reviews are on insomnia disorder and systemic invasive candidiasis. The mystery case of the week involves a 29 year-old man with an aggressive thymoma who develops intractable diarrhea, followed by pure red-cell aplasia. We review Good’s syndrome. Most of the Lancet is devoted to Chinese medicine and their health-care system. We inspect a paper on acute kidney injury in China. Three-quarters of their doctors did not notice the AKI. Lipoprotein(a) (Lp[a]) is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and calcific aortic valve stenosis. No effective therapies to lower plasma Lp(a) concentrations exist. Investigators assessed the safety, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics of ISIS-APO(a)Rx, a second-generation antisense drug designed to reduce the synthesis of apolipoprotein(a) (apo[a]) in the liver. The results are exciting. Our Lancet case is a 21 year-old body builder with pimples on his chest.
Introduction to Dictionary Skills
 
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A charming introduction to first dictionary skills, to help every child understand how to use dictionaries to find the words they need, and enrich their language.
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