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Did metoprolol has contra indications with alprazolan ?

Did metoprolol has contra indications with alprazolan ?

No: There is no significant interaction between the two medications. ...Read more

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Are there any contra indications with taking butterbur and taking dilitiazem for migraine?

Are there any contra indications with taking butterbur and taking  dilitiazem for migraine?

Not really, but : Although you could use both together with impunity, could be easiest if you just took the butterbur and pushed the dosage to about 75 mg of purified butterbur 3 times daily, and see if that alone succeeded, as in 76 % of research pts, it did indeed work well. However, the Diltiazem could well have been chosen due to your specifics, so discuss with your doctor prior to going in the above direction. ...Read more

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Are there contraindications with pacemakers?

Are there contraindications with pacemakers?

Pacemakers: Anyone who needs a pacemaker can generally have one. The implantation procedure is quite benign and the devices are generally tolerated very well. The major problem would be if the patient had infection that likely could see the device pocket or its implant site in the heart. We'd hold off till the infection was resolved. ...Read more

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What contraindications of flecainide exist?

What contraindications of flecainide exist?

Structurual abn: Patients with structrally abnormal hearts or with baseline prlonged q t intervals should not take flecanide as it may cause an irregular rythm that can be fatal. ...Read more

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What are the indications for gastric bypass surgery?

What are the indications for gastric bypass surgery?

Morbid obesity: Gastric bypass and other weight loss operations are indicated for patients with a body mass index (bmi) greater than 40, or greater than 35 with significant weight-related medical conditions including but not limited to diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, sleep apnea and many other diseases. ...Read more

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Is there are indications for combine meropenem and ceftriaxone?

Is there are indications for combine meropenem and ceftriaxone?

Yes: It depends on the type and location of infection. Many times, it is used for resistant infections, those with multiple types of bacteria, or deep infections (like in the abdomen). ...Read more

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Are there any major side effects of stent placement?

Are there any major side effects of stent placement?

Rarely: Once properly placed, major side effects are rare. It is possible to get scarring in a stent (in-stent restenosis). It is also possible to get stent fractures (a break in a stent). These take time to develop if at all. Infections of the stent are rare. People rarely develop allergic reactions. ...Read more

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Are there standard procedures for treatment of anemia?

Are there standard procedures for treatment of anemia?

Yes: The first step is determining a cause- either it can be low blood production or excess blood loss. Once a specific cause is identified the appropriate treatment plan is started by the treating doctor. ...Read more

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Are there any alternatives for warfarin?

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Are there any alternatives for warfarin?

Many: As dr. Villaplana said, there are several. There are shots and pills. Although using alternatives to warfarin means that you don't have to be as careful about what you eat and you don't have to have regular blood tests to check whether you are getting too much or too little warfarin, they still have drawbacks. One of the most significant is that the alternatives are all a lot more expensive. ...Read more

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What are the 13 indications approved by medicare for hyperbaric oxygen therapy?

What are the 13 indications approved by medicare for hyperbaric oxygen therapy?

All 13?: There may not be enough space to answer your question, but i'll try: 1. Diabetic foot ulcers, after 30+ days of std wound care. 2. Chronic refractory osteomyelitis 3. Radiation skin or soft tissue injuries 4. Actinomycosis 5. Crush injuries and acute traumatic ischemic limbs 6. Necrotizing skin / soft tissue infections 7. Air embolism 8. Decompression sickness.. Oops, i'm out of space, sry. ...Read more

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Are there any contra indications for taking butterbur with dilitiazem. The dilitiazem i take for my heart. Prevention magazine recommended butterbur.?

Are there any contra indications for taking butterbur with  dilitiazem. The dilitiazem i take for my heart. Prevention magazine recommended butterbur.?

Save your money.: No significant contraindications, but then again there does not appear to be much benefit to taking butterbur. There are some significant side effects. http://nccam.nih.gov/health/butterbur. ...Read more

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What are indications for amniocentesis?

What are indications for amniocentesis?

Intra uterine diagno: Multiple indications for amniocentesis exist. The most common use of amniocentesis is to diagnose fetal chromosomal anomalies after other tests such as ultrasound or biophysical markers have determined a significant likelihood that the fetus will be affected with a chromosomal problem. Other diagnostic tests performed using amniocentesis are determining fetal lung maturity and evaluating alloimmunization. Amniocentesis can also be used to obtain samples to rule out chorioamnionitis in cases in which the clinical picture is unclear, as well as to deliver intra-amniotic dye in cases in which premature rupture of membranes is suspected.[2, 3, 4, 5] Therapeutic indications for an amniocentesis may include the direct delivery of medications to the unborn fetus and to release intrauterine pressure in the presence of polyhydramnios. ...Read more

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Are there side effects for thrombolytic therapy?

Are there side effects for thrombolytic therapy?

Bleeding: There are risks associated with tpa (alteplase). Complications include bleeding into the brain, other types of serious bleeding (e.g., gastrointestinal), and death. It is important to weigh the possibility of benefit against the possibility of harm. In most cases tpa (alteplase) is safe and makes a positive impact on the outcome in stroke patients. ...Read more

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Are there alternative names for thrombolytic therapy?

Are there alternative names for thrombolytic therapy?

Blood thinners: Yes, it is called also blood thinners that prevent the blood to making thrombus inside the blood vesseles. ...Read more

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Failed tykocin therapy for afib ablation not an option due ivc filter amiodarone only other drug option offered side effect? Any other options

Failed tykocin  therapy for afib ablation not an   option due ivc filter amiodarone only other drug option offered  side effect? Any other options

Depends: In order to safely prescribe medication for a fib it is important to know more about your heart, specifically whether there are any abnormalities. There are drugs other than amiodarone and tikosyn (dofetilide) but the do not have the same efficacy (success rate ). ...Read more

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Is cosmetic surgery safe?

Is cosmetic surgery safe?

Safety: Plastic and cosmetic surgery is very safe. It is still surgery and there are risks. You are actually safer in the O.R, than driving to the O.R. that day. Fatal complications are usually from heart trouble. This is why it is important to talk to your doctor about any issues you may have. See a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon ...Read more

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What are the indications for spinal fusion surgery?

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What are the indications for  spinal fusion surgery?

Spinal Instability: Spine fusion is indicated when spinal stability and/or alignment has been compromised, resulting in risk for further spinal collapse, deformity, or neurological compression/injury. Surgical fusion restores immediate stability and alignment and creates an environment where the vertebra can fuse in a functionally acceptable position. Conditions include fracture, deformity, and spondylolisthesis. ...Read more

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Are there treatment guidelines for cardiac arrhythmia?

Are there treatment guidelines for cardiac arrhythmia?

Arrhythmia Guideline: Here's on such guideline: http://www.Escardio.Org/guidelines-surveys/esc-guidelines/guidelinesdocuments/guidelines-vascd-ft.Pdf google is a wonderful tool :-). ...Read more

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