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Medicine For Arterial Elongation
Arteries are defined as blood vessels which carry blood away from the heart (to either the body or lungs). Arteries: higher pressure, thicker walls, stretch (pulse) with each heart contraction & deliver blood to the arterioles which control the flow to individual capillaries. Veins are blood vessels which carry blood from capillaries back to the heart (body to right heart; ...Read more
Several reasons: Drugs given via an IV route have a chance to diffuse and dilute in the blood stream before hitting the capillaries of the periphery where they may have undesired effects. In addition the IV route has a first pass through the lungs which may successfully filter out particle that could hurt an peripheral arterial bed. IVs are also safer and more common. ...Read more
Question: This is an excellent question. It may be possible to reverse some kinds of heart disease and arterial diseases without drugs(or maybe with drugs). The fact is we actually reverse very few diseases. We treat and improve them and improve people's quality and quantity of life but actual disease reversal at this point in time is usually just in toxic exposure problems. ...Read more
Please explain how warfarin contributes to arterial calcification, despite great lipid profile, in patient who has taken drug for 27 years.
Some articles: I hope these studies help: http://goo.Gl/vnjyg http://goo.Gl/xwwh3 http://goo.Gl/yymu8 there are others, but i hope these help. Would be difficult to explain in this limited space. ...Read more
Main concern is marfans. Has had a main arterial valve replacement. Metal. Takes all the usual drugs for that. Now has developed fluid on lungs. Treat?
DependsOnWhatYouMean: E.G.Niacin, aka vitamin b3, has a >50 year track record of achieving reductions in atherosclerotic disease progression and events. However, not effective until doses >1, 000 mg/day are routinely taken. I have taken 2, 000/day since 1995 and have many (not all) clients who are very successful with this, as one of many tools/strategies. However, Niacin can easily induce skin flushing, strategy is key. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother has arterial hypertension & her medicine makes her want to vomit, very nauseated all time & pain in stomach,can she do anything to stop it?
My wife is diabetic and has three blocked artery, so what better medicine and food for her? Because now, she does not take any medicine. I want your own answer in my question, thank you!
Good day folks;
Firm believer in healthy, active living. Attempt to shrink to your proper weight! A more preferred food plan, fish and small portions of poultry with oodles of fruits and vegetables. Plenty of exercise, brisk walking in excess of 10,000 steps a day or a bicycle ride of 15 miles. Shrink your body- may even help your block arteries!! ...Read more
My diabetic dad has a lesion on the left main artery. Options 1, state run medicine in a 3rd world country. Or fly to Miami. Whats better?
Hard To Advice: It is very hard to advice without knowing the extent of the disease and what treatment is recommended and needed.We do not know which third world country he lives in Some so called 3rd world countries like India have very well trained Doctors practicing in world standard Hospitals Better to get input from the treating doctors Good Luck ...Read more
If your doctor says you have a blocked artery and you are still having problems at times and just keeps you on drugs what do you recomend?
Depends: If you are unhappy with the current care you could ask your doctor if something else would help or see another doctor for an opinion. ...Read more
Yes: "drugs" is a vague term but if you mean recreational drugs then yes. Marijuana is as bad if not worse than cigarettes. No filter, held for extended time in lungs, and often contains unknown contaminants.So if smoking is a known risk factor....Cocaine tends to cause intense coronary artery vasospasm.This can damage the endothelium and allow cholesterol to deposit in the vessels. ...Read more
Rumors exist: There is definitely evidence that the use of statins reduces the incidence of strokes and heart attacks. There have been isolated reports of carotid plaque (narrowing) shrinking with the use of statins but this has not been found true for everybody. Most people agree that statins work by "stabilizing" the plaque and preventing it from rupturing and causing a stroke. This is a hotly debated topic. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is propranolol ER 80 mg better for cad, artery blockage, and angina than 5 mg bystolic (nebivolol). Generally, which other medicine is best for those?
Beta blockers: Propranalol and bystolic (nebivolol) are beta blockers-they act by blocking beta receptors. They act by decreasing the workload of the heart, slowing the heart rate & decreasing blood pressure. With coronary disease these medications are relatively similar. They are great for lowering the work load of the heart therby helping with CAD but with angina a calcium channel blocker or nitrates are usually better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi doctors, was just wondering what is coronary artery disease and how does drug eluting stents help?
Fatty buildups: In young, healthy individuals the inner lining of the blood vessels is clean and smooth. Overtime, for many reasons, the inner surface of the heart blood vessels (coronary arteries) may start becoming bumpy/lumpy or blocked due to fat (cholesterol) deposits called "atherosclerotic plaque". Stents help unblocking the arteries by getting the plaque out of the way so that more blood flow is available. ...Read more
Does the drug vincristine cause blood clots in the bowel, grandad had rcvp them had a blood clot in the major artery supplying the bowel?
I suspect this was..: True...True and unrelated. Coagulopathy, is not a side effect of vincristine. However, having a cancer (such as lymphoma that i suspect your dad has) can elevate clotting risk all by itself. Prednisone in rcvp can elevate risk of clotting as well. Additionally, as a 67yo man, he could have had pre-existing vascular disease that elevated his risk for clotting in those vessels that supply the gut. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, about two month ago I had an aneurysm in an artery in my thumb, completely thrombosed, was suggested to take aspirin and see by a resident in "internal medicine" who asked a bunch of questions but no tests were done. A couple of weeks ago I stardted h
Thumb aneurysm: If you truly have an aneurysm of the digital artery of your thumb, this is a rare problem that should be evaluated by a hand surgeon or a vascular surgeon. If you do not live neat a large city, you may need to travel to see the specialist. A clear diagnosis should be clarified, and you should then be referred. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hit head yea ago due to drug induced seizure.Had concussion& large swollen spot on head MRI good. Enlarged artery,recently have sharp pain in head?
Please clarify: Please consider re-submitting and clarifying the actual question. ...Read more
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