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Dr. Edward Kuhnley
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Didanosine (Definition)

Didanosine is a nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor which is a kind of drug used for HIV (anti-viral ...Read more


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Risks of taking videx (didanosine)?

Risks of taking videx (didanosine)?

Videx (didanosine) warning: Black box warning for pancreatitis which could be fatal. ...Read more

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What's videx ec (didanosine)?

What's videx ec (didanosine)?

Videx EC (didanosine): Is time-release capsules for aids.

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What's with videx (didanosine)?

Videx EC (didanosine): Is time-release capsules for aids.

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What's with the videx ec (didanosine) warning?

Videx (didanosine) warning: Black box warning for pancreatitis which could be fatal. ...Read more

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I'm 18 an ddi (didanosine) wanna lose weight about how much should I excercise day?

I'm 18 an ddi (didanosine) wanna lose weight about how much should I excercise day?

Realistic goals: Start exercising finding an activity you enjoy. Aim for 30 t0 60 minutes but try not to get burned out in the sense it will be a "chore", watch your caloric intake, you must decrease the calories and increase the exercise in order to "burn" calories.
Talk to a nutritionist and find guidance! ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: DDI (didanosine) allergy?

What is the definition or description of: DDI (didanosine) allergy?

Didanosine allergy: Didanosine is an HIV nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitor which can be used in the treatment of HIV infections. For adverse effects see: https://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/didanosine-side-effects. Html ...Read more

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After braces ddi (didanosine) you wear a retainer?

After braces ddi (didanosine) you wear a retainer?

Frequently: Depending on the correction to the teeth, many orthodontists fit you with a retainer you must wear in order for the teeth not to go back to their original position. Sometimes, mostly in the lower teeth, the retainer might be placed permanently. ...Read more

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Ddi (didanosine) I eat healthy for pregnancy so far?

Ddi (didanosine) I eat healthy for pregnancy so far?

Elaborate: Not sure what your diet is, but focus on fresh fruits, veggies and avoid processed food. Eat good sources of protein and donĀ“t neglect the water. ...Read more

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How does hemoglobin contributes to the buffering activity of blood?

How does hemoglobin contributes to the buffering activity of blood?

Haldane effect: Has to do with the histidine units. This is as clear as you'll find, for the anesthesiology people https://www. Openanesthesia. Org/haldane_effect/ ...Read more

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How to know if I need to use a respirator while working with 10% buffered formalin?

How to know if I need to use a respirator while working with 10% buffered formalin?

Good idea: Formalin is toxic if breathed for a long time. A respirator or other means of preventing you from breathing the vapors is indicated. ...Read more

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How to get Fatter/gain weight? II eat ok alot bur can never get "fatter / buffer"

How to get Fatter/gain weight? II eat ok alot bur can never get "fatter / buffer"

Diet and muscle mass: To gain weight you have to consume more calories than you are burning. Do this in a healthy way though. Don't choose junk or fast food. Keep a well balanced diet and make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need. Don't cut out exercise as it is very good for you. Weight lifting and other muscle building exercises can help you increase your body mass. If worried, a doctor can do a check-up. ...Read more

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Hemoglobin is considered a blood buffer, why would the blood pH be low?

Hemoglobin is considered a blood buffer, why would the blood pH be low?

Nature of a buffer: Buffers only buffer and don't really prevent pH change, only making the impact of sudden changes less. If your pH is low, you're probably sick. In fact, every time you exercise, you drop your pH. ...Read more

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Can you take buffered aspirin when you have glaucoma?

Can you take buffered aspirin when you have glaucoma?

Should be fine: But you should check with your doctor if you need to take Diamox (acetazolamide) for glaucoma. ...Read more

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How long will sperm live in cooled human test yolk buffer with ice packs in an insulated cooler?

How long will sperm live in cooled human test yolk buffer with ice packs in an insulated cooler?

Possible answer: I found on a quick literature search that they should live 24 hours and would likely live 48 hours. I am not a fertility expert, so take that answer with a grain of salt. ...Read more

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Can a DNA profile be extracted from a sperm sample that's a week old but mixed with human yolk test buffer?

Can a DNA profile be extracted from a sperm sample that's a week old but mixed with human yolk test buffer?

See my remark: Dna can be extracted from sperm, (but mixed with yolk
buffer????? who has mixed one with the other? A lab.?
I hate to venture an answer, it would behooves you to inquire from a genetic lab. I don't know where you live,
to save you expenses, call the N.I.H, genetic division ...Read more

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I have been taking high-dose buffered aspirin for almost 30 years now once daily (AM) I would like to stop, can I cold turkey?

I have been taking high-dose buffered aspirin for almost 30 years now once daily (AM) I would like to stop, can I cold turkey?

Yes: You should be able to stop if it is just once a day. There are no withdrawal symptoms associated with aspirin. Additionally a once a day dose is out of your system manner hours before you take your next dose. ...Read more

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Why do people say if you want your arms to look bigger, buffer, work on triceps?

Why do people say if you want your arms to look bigger, buffer, work on triceps?

It's a large arm muc: The triceps is a very large muscle in the arm. Building this up will make your arms look larger. ...Read more

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Can I use a fingernail buffer on my toenails? I couldn't find any pedicure buffers.

Can I use a fingernail buffer on my toenails? I couldn't find any pedicure buffers.

Yes: A fingernail buffer is safe for toenails. Just make sure to avoid damaging your cuticle because you could develop a bacterial or fungal infection if the cuticle is damaged. ...Read more

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I'm confused. Does food buffer stomach acid, or does the stomach make more acid in response to food?

I'm confused. Does food buffer stomach acid, or does the stomach make more acid in response to food?

Gastric acid: Actually both. Food will buffer acid in the stomach, but eating will stimulate more acid secretion. ...Read more

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If you have chronic low bicarb, what is the test to determine if your bones are being dissovled away (though leacing to buffer ph)?

If you have chronic low bicarb, what is the test to determine if your bones are being dissovled away (though leacing to buffer ph)?

Low Bicarb: Would want to know why you have low bicarb (i.e. Metabolic acidosis, respiratory alkaloids, or mixed). Once the diagnosis is determined, then treatment ensues in a timely fashion before bone dissolves away. ...Read more

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I have hemochromatosis h63d, ferritin levels474 all iron teats show normal. Can I still take my buffer vit. C? Also aat level is at 70 any suggestions?

I have hemochromatosis h63d, ferritin levels474 all iron teats show normal. Can I still take my buffer vit. C? Also aat level is at 70 any suggestions?

Confusing.: ferritin best shows your iron level, not serum iron. Yours is abnormally high, over 300 for males. You report h63d, a mutation with no effect if you have one normal gene, and a majority of homozygotes never develop symptoms. How was Alpha-1 Antitrypsin
measured? Deficiency may cause liver damage,
high ferritin, and increased risk of cancers. Are PFTs normal? Suggest GI consult. ...Read more

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I accidentally spilled cellular lysis buffer (from a small vial in a test kit bought from pharmacy)on an open (bleeding)cut. Is it dangerous for my life?

I accidentally spilled cellular lysis buffer (from a small vial in a test kit bought from pharmacy)on an open (bleeding)cut. Is it dangerous for my life?

Probably not: The word "buffer" implies that this is a harmless substance to dilute and adjust the acidity of whatever it was meant to be used with. The instructions should state whether there are any safety risks associated with any of the products. If not, call the pharmacist where you bought the kit. ...Read more

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Also, does buffered niacin (or non-flushing niacin) work equally as well as regular niacin in helping to lower cholesterol & take w/ coumadin (warfarin)?

Also, does buffered niacin (or non-flushing niacin) work equally as well as regular niacin in helping to lower cholesterol & take w/ coumadin (warfarin)?

Non-flushing niacin: Most of studies have been done with regular Niacin which works well for lowering cholesterol. Due to flushing, regular Niacin has to be started at a very low dose and then grandually increased to avoid uncomfortable flushing. Studies suggest that Niacin is much better than non-flushing niacin. Check with your doctor concerning this and concerning affect with coumadin (warfarin). ...Read more

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Videx (Definition)

Videx is a nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor which is a kind of drug used for HIV (anti-viral ...Read more