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There are special terms to refer to situations associated with an increased concentration of prolactin and

Hyperprolactinemia is a persistent excess of prolactin in the blood serum.

The syndrome of hyperprolactinemia is a symptom complex that occurs against the background of the disease. Its most characteristic manifestation is dysfunction of the reproductive system.

Prolactin secretion is regulated by many fact...

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If any chemicals get into the eye, foe example, it is very important to start rinsing the eye quickly.
🔍 This is necessary in order to quickly reduce the concentration of the chemical and reduce the time it remains on the surface of the eye.
It is better to use sterile saline for this purpose, but if it is not available, clean water at room temperature, including tap water, will do.

🌎It is necessary to rinse the eye...

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Stress is a nonspecific reaction of the body to extreme factors, a difficult or threatening situation. During stress, the body produces the hormone adrenaline, the main function of which is to make the body survive. Stress is a normal part of human life and is necessary in certain amounts. If we didn’t have stressful situations in our lives – the elements of competition, risk, the desire to work to the limit – life would be much more boring. S

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Neosine forte is an antiviral drug and increases the immunity of the body
Neosine forte is an antiviral drug and increases the immunity of the body

Neosine forte is an antiviral drug and increases the immunity of the body (stimulates the activity of the immune system).


The active ingredient of the drug is inozyny pranobeks (a complex containing inozynę and 4 acetamidobenzoesan 2-hydroksypropylodimetyloamoniowy in relation to molamym 1:3).
One tablet contains 1000 mg inozyny ...

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Promethazine should not be taken if there is:

  • Coma or other types of profound CNS depression;
  • concomitant use of MAO inhibitors and a period of 14 days after completion of their administration;
  • closed angle glaucoma;
  • alcohol intoxication, acute intoxication with sleeping pills, opioid analgesics;
  • sleep apnea syndrome;
  • episodic vomiting in children of unspecified genesis;
  • pregnancy;
  • lactation period;
  • Children under 2 months of age (for par...
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into maxidex the eye every

Indicated for treatment of steroid responsive maxidex inflammatory conditions of the conjunctiva, cornea and anterior segment of the eye, such as, anterior uveitis, iritis, cyclitis, allergic and vernal conjunctivitis, herpes zoster keratitis, superficial punctate keratitis and non-specific superficial keratitis.

Also indicated for the treatment of corneal injury from chemical, radiation or thermal burns or following penetration by foreign bodies...

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Cetyrizine, a metabolite of hydroxyzine in humans, is a powerful selective antagonist of peripheral H1-receptors. It is known that there was no affinity with other receptors different from H1-receptors when binding to iin vitro receptors. Apart from the antagonistic effect on H1-receptors, cetirizine has an anti-allergic effect: when administered 10 mg 1 or 2 times a day, the preparation inhibits the late phase of involvement of inflammatory cells, especiall...

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At the introduction of philgrastime in/in and p/k a positive linear dependence of its serum concentration on the dose was observed. The volume of distribution is approximately 150 ml/kg. Both after philgrastime administration and after philgrastime administration are eliminated from the body in accordance with 1st order kinetics. The average T1/2 value of serum filgrastima from both healthy and tumour patients is about 3.5 h; the clearance rate is about 0.5-0...

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Fasting blood sugar (FBS) levels give vital clues about how a person’s body is managing blood sugar. Blood sugar tends to peak about an hour after eating and declines after that.

High fasting blood sugar levels point to insulin resistance or diabetes, while abnormally low FBS could be due to diabetes medications.

Knowing when to test and what to look for can help keep people stay healthy, especially if they have diabetes or are at risk of developing the co...

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The prostate (from Greek – prostates, literally protector, one who stands before or guardian) is a compound tubuloalveolar exocrine gland of the men mammalian reproductive system. Womens do not have a prostate gland. The Women god gave something another..

Prostatitis – one of the the most wide-spread diseases in the world. The Disease are subjected to only men since prostate has only male population of our planet.

Penis is expressed On picture in detail.

The ...

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