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Medical Uses Of Dmso
Look Internationally: The NIH is one of the main funding resources of research universities in the United States. Due to its Schedule 1 classification, the handling and security make it extremely difficult for universities to conduct research on cannabis. Furthermore most studies involving cannabis in peer reviewed journals in the united states do not discuss CBD (Cannabidiol), or strains that provide benefit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several: Orally, sage (salvia officinalis) extract can be used for loss of appetite, digestive complaints, hot flashes, dysmenorrhea, and also possibly memory enhancement in alzheimer's disease. Some research supports this last one: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmed/12605619?Dopt=abstract topically, sage can help various inflammations: herpes labialis, pharyngitis, stomatitis, gingivitis, etc. ...Read more
Funct. vs. anatomic: Nuclear medicine involves using internal irradiation in order to define function of various organ systems of body, . Some isotopes are injected iv, inhaled, and some ingested. Most diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures involve low doses of radiation. The isotopes of higher doses are used to treat thyroid diseases or cancer. Benefits are from diagnosis of abnormality that can be detected/ treated. ...Read more
Ethanol: Ethanol (topical and injection): Antiseptic, nerve or ganglion block, replenishment of fluid and carbohydrate calories, septal ablation for HOCM, treatment of methanol or ethylene glycol overdose. Drinking alcohol may offer some health benefits, especially for your heart. On the other hand, alcohol may increase your risk of health problems and damage your heart. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Metformin: Hi. Metformin is basically used to treat 3 conditions: type 2 diabetes, prediabetes, and PCOS. It has also been used is obese type 1 diabetics (WITH insulin!). It is considered weight neutral. See http://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements/metformin-oral-route/description/drg-20067074 ...Read more
It was a topical/: Local anesthetic originally, and in common use among ENT docs, but the abuse potential, difficulty keeping and storing without diversion, and suitable alternatives make it a footnote. The great breast surgeon, william halsted, was addicted through much of his career. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For pain relief : Anuice is device used to super cool ( cryo )the hemorrhoidal area to relive pain, forming ice around the device, will not cure , able to insert into anal canal with out injuring m as no chemical is released it should not have side effects, inserting improperly may cause bleeding. ...Read more
Insulin syringe: can be used for any drug that needs to be adminstred subcutaneously, or for intrdermal testing, ...Read more
Interventional radiologists/oncologists: The FDA has approved Nanoknife IRE for use in surgical ablation of soft tissue tumors. An option. Beneficial?
Partial: AppliesHeat: Study the device at http://www.angiodynamics.com/products/rfa-in-service;. The device is basically a method of applying heat to kill tissue using RF energy via a catheter. The problem, as usual, is crude ill-defined targeting; the area affected will be diffuse, not selective/differential of healthy vs. diseased tissue. This only possible advantage is driving tissue damage through smaller incisions ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lots of studies of probiotics on wound healing, pigmentation, n sterility.Are they licensed for such use?
Not really: When you quote studies make sure thry are in reputable, peer reviewed, journals. Many studies are unsceintific spin, sponsored by the pill companies and really proof nothing, and are published simply to encourage you to by their product. ...Read more
Risk ultrasound mass: Fda instructions say ultrasound waves should not come in contact with any vital organ of your body, followind organs heart, kidneys, liver, lungs, stomach, spleen, bowels, eyes, ears, ovaries, testicles, brain and spinal cord. Also there are other limitations it is safe&effective, but can cause pain due to cavitation/due to heating of the gas contained in tissue cell nuclei. ...Read more
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