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How does preeclampsia causes oligohydramnios?

How does preeclampsia causes oligohydramnios?

Decreased fetal GFR.: Oligohydramnios is a sign of decreased fetal glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in the absence of rupture of amniotic membranes. Preeclampsia can cause placental failure and thus poor perfusion of the fetoplacental unit leading to oligohydramnios. ...Read more

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Dr. CESAR HOLGADO
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Oligohydramnios (Definition)

An AFI (amniotic fluid index) of less than 5cm or a largest vertical pocket measurement of less than 2cm is ...Read more


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How much peritoneal dialysis is usually needed for optimal outcomes?

How much peritoneal dialysis is usually needed for optimal outcomes?

Depends: The more renal function you have left determines how much pd therapy you need. When a patient starts pd, if they still make lots of urine and the clearance rate is still reasonable, then you probably need less pd exchanges. However if you don't make urine and have poor renal function, then you will need much more pd exchanges. ...Read more

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How quickly should treatment start for diffuse large b cell lymphoma?

How quickly should treatment start for diffuse large b cell lymphoma?

Fairly quickly: This is a very fast growing disease which in most cases has already caused some damage before it is discovered. It is important to quickly stage the disease and then begin treatment. Your oncologist will know how much time can pass before you start treatment. Everyone is different in this respect and sometimes life's issues (graduations, weddings) can be worked around..And sometimes not. ...Read more

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Is chemotherapy treatment for severe sepsis?

Is chemotherapy treatment for severe sepsis?

Confusing question: Chemo uses various toxic substances to target and kill cancer cells. We use antibiotics to kill the germs of sepsis.During severe sepsis we also use medicines to support blood pressure and fluids too support the normal needs of the body.None of these are called chemotherapy. ...Read more

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How long after diagnosis of nsclc stage 3 can one survive if no treatment is administered?

How long after diagnosis of nsclc stage 3 can one survive if no treatment is administered?

Years: Some people survive years with a Stage III lung cancer, but the average survival is much less than that and is on the order of several months. Survival is quite variable and depends on the biology of the cancer and the health of the patient and the interaction between the 2. The immune system and psychological outlook of the patient play important roles. ...Read more

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To how much extent panic diorder is curable can you become symptom free after treatment if treated earlier?

To how much extent panic diorder is curable can you become symptom free after treatment if treated earlier?

Yes, panic disorder: is treatable and people get better. If a mental health professional is available, that is the person to see. Books and tapes can help, e.g., Claire Weekes "Hope and help for your nerves." Peace and good health. ...Read more

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How long after treatment with rituxan (rituximab) will the effects go away?

How long after treatment with rituxan (rituximab) will the effects go away?

Median half life 32d: The median half life of Rituxan (rituximab) is 32 days. It takes approximately 5 half-lives before a drug is considered "gone" from the system. Therefore a median time-period would be 160 days from completion of treatment. Remember measurement of drug in the system is not the same as the side-effect of the drug or the length of time the lymphocyte population is affected. ...Read more

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How is eclampsia treated by the critical care team?

How is eclampsia treated by the critical care team?

Manage symptoms: Intensivists work with the obstetricians in a multidisciplinary, multispecialty collaborative practice team. Major treatment is to treat symptoms and manage preeclampsia. Specific treatment may include control of blood pressure, drugs for seizures. The only real treatment is delivery of the baby; the ICU team helps control the symptoms until the OB believes risk/benefit is in favor of delivery. ...Read more

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How rapidly is pulmonary hypertension progresses? And what accelerates it?

How rapidly is pulmonary hypertension progresses? And what accelerates it?

Progression: There are multiple causes for pulmonary hypertension. The rate of progression depends on the causative factors. One answer doesn't fit all. ...Read more

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Is moderate cardiomegaly is very harmful? We go for immediate treatment after diagonosis

Is moderate cardiomegaly is very harmful? We go for immediate treatment after diagonosis

Cardiomegaly: The term cardiomegaly, by itself, means large heart. It generally refers to overgrowth of the muscle and chamber. A normal sized heart should be about the size of your fist. Cardiomegaly can be a sign of cause of heart failure, which can be a dangerous condition. Some diagnostic tests are more reliable than others in diagnosing this condition. Would see cardiologist as soon as possible. ...Read more

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How is the prognosis and treatment for early hepatocellular carcinoma?

How is the prognosis and treatment for early hepatocellular carcinoma?

Good: Depending on the underlying liver disease, early stage hcc is curable. Unfortunately, the liklihood of additional tumors popping up in a diseased liver is also high. There are surveillance programs around the country and world for high risk patients. ...Read more

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Is chemothery treatment for severe sepsis?

Is chemothery treatment for severe sepsis?

Chemotherapy : Chemotherapy generally refers to anti-cancer treatment. Severe sepsis refers to infectious diseases that have spiraled out of control making the patient very sick, and at risk for dying from the infection. Maybe there was some confusion here talking to the doc? Chemotherapy or "chemo" for short can weaken a patient as a side-effect of treating a cancer, such that infections can arise. Hope ur OK. ...Read more

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Can there be a long term effective treatment for congestive heart failure?

Can there be a long term effective treatment for congestive heart failure?

Yes: Depending on the underlying cause...Medical therapy can be quite effective. If coronary disease is the cause stenting and or bypass is indicated. Lastly device therapy with biventricular pacemakers can be quite effective. ...Read more

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How is dehydration generally treated?

How is dehydration generally treated?

Dehydration: Mild dehydration would be treated by just having the individual drink fluids. Moderate to severe dehydration would be treated with IV fluids. ...Read more

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What is acute pulmonary edema and how is it treated? Does it require hospitalization and for how long?

What is acute pulmonary edema and how is it treated? Does it require hospitalization and for how long?

Fluid in Lungs: Edema is fluid build up within tissues, either in the cells or between the cells. Pulmonary edema is fluid build up in the tissues of the lung. The treatment is dependent on the cause. This can be due to heart failure, fluid overload, inflammation and others to name a few. You will need to see you doctor for a complete exam. ...Read more

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