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Precautions After Thrombolysis
Depends on where.: Thrombolysis for a deep vein clot requires at least 3 months anticoagulation. If an artery was clotted, anti-platelet drugs should be given (aspirin, plavix, pletal, (cilostazol) effient, or various combinations). If a dialysis access was lysed, no additional medications are mandatory. Not smoking is the most effective thing a patient can do to prevent further clots from forming. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My S.G.P.T. level is found on test 95. And I am feeling pain in my hole body. Can you please help me for the precaution. what foods I can take?
Find cause: Before a treatment or plan can be recommended the cause of the liver sickness must be diagnosed. ...Read more
Jaundice: Jaundice is a symptom of newborn babies and those others who have a liver condition. Jaundice means that the liver is not able to clear certain waste from the blood stream. A baby is treated with uv light until they are able to clear this wast on their own.. Others will need significant testing and evaluation to determine the cause of this problem. ...Read more
Food borne illnesses: Food either at home or in a restaurant should be hygienically prepared and consumed. Food handlers should not touch food with bare hands, use gloves. All vegetables and meat should be thoroughly washed. Especially in restaurants, if employees use rest rooms, they should be instructed to wash their hands thoroughly. If any of the employees have gastroenteritis, they should not work. ...Read more
It depends: What are you "at risk" for? Learn all you can about that condition. If you're at risk because of a family history, ask family members how they found out they had the condition, and ask them to ask their doctors about screening tests for the condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Consult: Need to discuss with your surgeon who is the most knowledgable about your surgical procedure. ...Read more
Clarify?: What type of risk? What type of precaution? What type of illness? Please clarify and re-ask. ...Read more
Disks in back: Most have more that 2. Were you born this way? ...Read more
Sex and Doctors: This question is way out of bounds for this simple app. One does not go to the doctor to learn how to have sex or to be told what is normal sexual activity. But, if you are going to be sexual please learn the names of the twelve common stds and learn how to prevent them, how to vaccinate for those that can be vaccinated. I also often recommend the book "the joy of sex" as a good guide to sex. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Accident prevention: I find that anticipation works best.Think of you baby's abilities 4 mos from now and take precautions. At 2wks guard against falling, smothering, choking, and being too rough in shaking.Make sure they sleep on their back! consider pet safety. Don't smoke.Lock your weapons properly now. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should do well: Direct flights are the best & avoid repeated descent phase that causes ear pressure problems & crying. If you can, buy a seat for baby & travel with the 5 point restraint passenger safety seat. These are approved for airline use & you will need one at your destination.Keep a pacifier handy as you will need it. ...Read more
Some basics: One day you’re fine. The next you have a scratchy throat, watery eyes, and a runny nose. There’s a tickle in the back of your throat, and your normal high energy is nowhere to be found. Yes, these are early signs that you’re coming down with something. http://www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/features/stop-a-cold#1 ...Read more
Be cautious: As babies learn to walk, they will grab anything to hold on, including electrical cords attached to coffee pots. Babies fall often at this stage and furniture with sharp edges or stonework may be dangerous. Burns and drowning are possible hazards at this age as baby explores the house. Avoid small toys or toys with small pieces that may break off and become lodged in the throat or lungs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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