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What is Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome?

A: Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome is a very serious disease. This infectious disease causes a person to display symptoms that are similar to those caused by the flu. Unfortunately, it doesn’t usually resolve itself like the flu may. Instead, it rapidly progresses to causing breathing difficulties, which can be fatal. It is the first stage of hantavirus pulmonary syndrome that resembles the flu. Patients experience fever, chills, body aches, and headaches. A person with this disease may also develop nausea and vomiting, pain in the abdominal area, dizziness, and diarrhea. Rapid breathing and heartbeat may join these symptoms, and the lungs may make a rattling sound. At this stage, the disease may be mistaken for another illness, such as pneumonia. The next stage of the disease is called the...
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How do I cure the hiccups?

A: Here are some tried-and-true remedies for hiccups from both "camps." 1. Sweeten the hiccups. Overloading the nerve endings in the mouth with a sweet sensation may do the trick. Have a teaspoonful of sugar, and if you can, place the sugar on the back of the tongue, where "sour" is tasted. This way, the sugar overload will pack the most punch. 2. Play "hear no evil." Some doctors recommend that you put your fingers in your ears to stop hiccups. The branches of the vagus nerve also reach into the auditory system, and by stimulating the nerve endings there, the vagus nerve goes into action. But be gentle, and don't stick your fingers too far into your ears. 3. Get scared silly. Having someone surprise you can overwhelm the vagus nerve and put an end to...
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what are the syptoms of hiv to fullblown AIDS?

A: The following are some of the symptoms that may serve as an indicator of HIV infection: Rapid weight loss Drying cough Recurring fever or profuse night sweats Profound and unexplained fatigue Swollen lymph glands in the armpits, groin, or neck Diarrhea that lasts more than one week White spots or unusual blemishes on the tongue, in the mouth, or in the throat Pneumonia Red, brown, pink, or purplish blotches on or under the skin or inside the mouth, nose, or eyelids Memory loss, depression, and other neurological disorders It is difficult to asses infection based solely on these symptoms alone, for every virus will affect each infected individual differently. Some may experience just a few of these symptoms while others may experience all of them. It is also...
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Multiple myeloma life expectancy?

A: it depends on the person, but no more than five years If you believe, then as long as God says he does. When his time is called, then he must answer. Doctors may be avoiding because it may vary so much and people want to sue now days over anything. Its best to let things occur naturally and spend each day as if it were the last whether he has 6 mos or 5 years... Google curcumin It is the extract from the turmeric plant. I read that some oncologists had spectacular results with it for multiple myeloma. xxxxxxxxx Curcumin is a chemical from Curcma longa the plant that is the source of turmeric spice and also dye. (it provides the yellow color in curry powder).It should be available as it is also being tested for a drug to stop Alzheimers disease. (which almost does not exist in India. If...


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If you are dehydrated and was given fluid through intravenous line that is more than normal, what will happen?

A: If you are hydrated with normal saline and it is given too fast or too much. You will suffer congestive heart failure. The heart will not be able to pump the excess volume and it will back up into your lungs. Thus obstructing the exchange of gases, i.e. oxygen to the blood and you will die. This is of a greater threat if you are elderly or have a heart condition already. If you were infused with Dextrose and water D5W, the excess would pool in the dependent areas of your body and edema,swelling would be seen. In both cases as long as the person is kept stable , breathing and heart beating the kidneys will rid the body of excess water. Provided the kidneys have not failed. Could go into acute Pulmonary Odeama Too much fluid and basically...


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Can anyone explain to me about blood pressure?

A: I can do better than that - why don''t you visit this website - it will answer all your questions and more - http://ailments.in/hypertension.html High blood pressure results from damage to your arteries. It also causes damage to your arteries. Damaged arteries can develop a thrombus (clot) that causes a heart attack, stroke, or other acute vascular incident (depending on which artery the clot occurs in). High blood pressure can also literally cause an artery to leak or burst, which can cause a hemorrhagic stroke. High blood pressure can also damage your kidneys. So, hypertension can have many nasty effects. Best wishes and good luck. When your doctor checks your blood pressure and tells you the result, she or he will say two numbers. The numbers are written one...


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Why people do not suffer from heart cancer?

A: Cancer is most common in cells that are rapidly dividing to produce new cells. Consequently, most cancers occur in epithelial cells (carcinomas) and blood cells (leukemias and lymphomas). Epithelial cells line the lungs, intestines, breast, prostate, ovaries, bladder and uterus. These are the organs where most cancers occur. Heart cells (like skeletal muscle cells) have stopped dividing (they are called ''post-mitotic cells'' - mitosis is the process of cell division). Because they are not dividing they are at very low risk for developing cancer. For the same reason, brain cancer usually occurs in children and rarely occurs in adults. Neurons (brain cells) do not divide to make new cells in the adult brain. They rapidly divide and grow new cells in children as the brain develops. Note:...


 
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