First aid for bleeding

FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING. As you know, the blood in the human body circulates through the blood vessels: arteries, capillaries and veins, which are found in all organs and tissues. When harmed Denia any organ or human tissue

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FIRST AID FOR BLEEDING. As you know, the blood in the human body circulates through the blood vessels: arteries, capillaries and veins, which are found in all organs and tissues. When harmed Denia any organ or human tissue

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Principles and methods of resuscitation

ORGANIZATION OF resuscitation care. The need for resuscitation can WHO niknut in any place and in any environment. In this case, a person’s life will depend on how much the person assisting him knows the methods of resuscitation

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ORGANIZATION OF resuscitation care. The need for resuscitation can WHO niknut in any place and in any environment. In this case, a person’s life will depend on how much the person assisting him knows the methods of resuscitation

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Dressing material and its sterilization

The material used during operations and dressings to drain wounds and the surgical field, tamponade wounds and the application of various dressings is called dressing. Dressings should have a good water absorption, dry quickly, be elastic nym, easily

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The material used during operations and dressings to drain wounds and the surgical field, tamponade wounds and the application of various dressings is called dressing. Dressings should have a good water absorption, dry quickly, be elastic nym, easily

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Antiseptics.

BASIC CONCEPTS ABOUT ANTISEPTICS AND ASEPTICS. More than a hundred years ago, a French scientist Pasteur until it seemed that the processes of decay and fermentation caused by Mick of the microorganisms which. English surgeon Lister on the basis

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BASIC CONCEPTS ABOUT ANTISEPTICS AND ASEPTICS. More than a hundred years ago, a French scientist Pasteur until it seemed that the processes of decay and fermentation caused by Mick of the microorganisms which. English surgeon Lister on the basis

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Chronic non-ulcerative colitis ( CNK )

Chronic non-ulcer colitis (KNK) is a chronic polyetiological disease characterized by inflammatory-dystrophic, atrophic changes in the mucous membrane of the large intestine, and functional disorders. The process can capture the entire colon (total colitis), and its departments (right-sided, left-sided colitis, sigmoiditis). In

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Chronic non-ulcer colitis (KNK) is a chronic polyetiological disease characterized by inflammatory-dystrophic, atrophic changes in the mucous membrane of the large intestine, and functional disorders. The process can capture the entire colon (total colitis), and its departments (right-sided, left-sided colitis, sigmoiditis). In

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HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA. JAUNDICE

Symptom complexes. Symptom complexes Hyperbilirubinemia – pathological conditions characterized by an imbalance between the formation and secretion of bilirubin , the main clinical sign of which is jaundice.    Bilirubin is one of the yellow-red bile pigments that is formed from blood

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Symptom complexes. Symptom complexes Hyperbilirubinemia – pathological conditions characterized by an imbalance between the formation and secretion of bilirubin , the main clinical sign of which is jaundice.    Bilirubin is one of the yellow-red bile pigments that is formed from blood

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DIVERTICULES.

A diverticulum (from Latin diverticulum – the road to the side) is a saccular protrusion of the wall of a tubular or hollow organ. A diverticulum can be congenital or develops under the influence of various reasons

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A diverticulum (from Latin diverticulum – the road to the side) is a saccular protrusion of the wall of a tubular or hollow organ. A diverticulum can be congenital or develops under the influence of various reasons

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THIN INTESTINAL DISEASES

Enteritis is the most typical and frequent manifestation of damage to the small intestine . The intestine consists of two anatomically and functionally different departments: small and large intestines. The small intestine begins with the duodenum. The duodenum passes into the skinny, and

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Enteritis is the most typical and frequent manifestation of damage to the small intestine . The intestine consists of two anatomically and functionally different departments: small and large intestines. The small intestine begins with the duodenum. The duodenum passes into the skinny, and

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DUODENITES

Duodenitis is based on dystrophic, inflammatory, degenerative changes in the mucous membrane (CO) of the duodenum (duodenum) , accompanied by a structural reorganization of the glandular apparatus with the development of metaplasia and atrophy. The following types of duodenitis are

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Duodenitis is based on dystrophic, inflammatory, degenerative changes in the mucous membrane (CO) of the duodenum (duodenum) , accompanied by a structural reorganization of the glandular apparatus with the development of metaplasia and atrophy. The following types of duodenitis are

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GASTRITIS

Gastritis is an inflammation of the gastric mucosa in response to its damage. The international classification of gastritis, called the “Sydney system” (1990), is based on histological endoscopic criteria and is the most acceptable. Gastritis is classified by type, location, morphology and etiology. By type, they distinguish: 

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Gastritis is an inflammation of the gastric mucosa in response to its damage. The international classification of gastritis, called the “Sydney system” (1990), is based on histological endoscopic criteria and is the most acceptable. Gastritis is classified by type, location, morphology and etiology. By type, they distinguish: 

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