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What Do The G And V Of Penicillin Mean
Penicillin: The term "penicillin" is often used generically to refer to benzylpenicillin (penicillin g), procaine benzylpenicillin (procaine penicillin), benzathine benzylpenicillin (benzathine penicillin), and phenoxymethylpenicillin (penicillin v). Procaine penicillin and benzathine penicillin have the same antibacterial activity as benzylpenicillin but act for a longer span of time. Phenoxymethylpenicilli. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Depends on the type of stress test you are having. There are exercise ecg's where you exercise on treadmill and you heart rate is constantly monitored, then tere are exercise nuclear and exercise echocardiograms where you exercise and pictures of your heart are taken before and after exercise, then there ate pharmacological test which pharmacological agents r used to simulate exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Whats the difference between penicillin g and v?Got an infection docs don't know which one.Why do I feel better on v and worse on g?Both are the same
Penicllins: Penicillin g benzathine, potassium, procaine and sodium are currently available in the United States in parenteral formulations for intravenous or intramuscular use. Penicillin v potassium (also called phenoxymethyl penicillin) is a more acid stable and can be administered orally. ...Read more
What's the connection between aspartame and any kind of neuropathy, and, what might i look for in terms of symptoms?
Aspartame: Is artificial sweetener (ex. Equal) that added to diet drinks and diet food, contains phenylalanine (amino acid). People with genetic predisposition can develop phenylketonuria syndrome (brain dysfunction, seizures, retardation, central and peripheral neuropathies). Milk, eggs and meat contain phenylalanine. If you genetically predisposed, read the food labels to prevent pku. ...Read more
Fatigue: Fatigue means tiredness. The person has a feeling of little or no energy, and may want to sleep much more than usual. They feel listless. Mono is one possible cause, but far from the only one. Please see your physician about this, because there are many, many possible reasons you feel fatigued. ...Read more
Allergic reaction: Urticaria are caused by an allergic reaction. Prevention centers around avoiding the substance that you are allergic to. Common causes are medications, certain foods, cat dander, just to name a few. An OTC anti-histamine can help with itching but ultimately you and doctor will need to determine the source of your allergy. Good luck. ...Read more
LOW T EVAL: Low T Evaluation and diagnosis of cause is critical. At 27 it is unusal and needs a through workup exam/labs/testiciular US/ and potentially a brain MRI. You will need regular Monitering of testosterone and PSA levels . Follow up with a through PCP and endocrine consult. Low T can cause symptoms of male menopause =ANDROPAUSE. Including anxiety/depression/insomnia/dry eyes . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Iodine vs barium: Gastografin (diatrizoic acid) is radiocontrast agent containing iodine and may be used as an alternative to barium sulfate for medical imaging of the gastrointestinal tract, such as upper gastrointestinal series and small bowel series. It is indicated for use in patients who are allergic to barium, or in cases where the barium might be the contraindicated. ...Read more
What's in doxycycline does it have any of the cillins in it like amoxicillin or penicillin or any of them answer asap?
Varies!: Many organs can be affected, either nnoe, one, or several. Usually patients have mild disease and early recognition and treatment with anti-malarials may prevent more serious disease from coming. The associated chart shows the organs and disease profile, but ity is incomplete in not showing that kidneys can be affected, as well as the brain! ...Read more
Hypothryoidism: Hypothyroidism is a relatively common condition, caused by many different causes. See your physician for an exam and diagnosis. As to the effects of it, essentially it is related to low metabolism. Weight gain, cold intolerance, hair loss, and many other metabolic problems can be caused by hypothyroidism. ...Read more
Excess intake or: Elevated blood levels of vit B12 are not associated w/ toxicity but may be associated w/ various hematologic conditions (eg myeloproliferative neoplasms, hypereosinophilic syndrome, gray platelet syndrome, macrophage activation syndrome), in some cases secondary to liver damage causing release of of the stored vitamin (eg cirrhosis, hepatitis, primary or secondary liver cancer). Quite rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the syptoms of h pylori , how do you get rid of it, and does it cause ulcers, and what are the symptoms. Thank you?
Gastritis/yes/yes: H.Pylori is a bacteria that infects the stomache lining. The symptoms are usually upper abdominal pain and burning sensation, dyspepsia or gastritis. It can cause peptic ulcer disease and even stomache cancers. It can be cured by combination antibiotic treatment with amoxicillin, metronidazole, biaxin (clarithromycin) along with a proton pump inhibitor such as pantaprozole or omipprazole given for 10 to 14 days. ...Read more
Three is much confusion b/t the dx'd of pots and ans disorders which i know are not one and the same. Can you please clarify?
(enbril)- I would like to know the side affects of this drug, and how to prevent some of the danger of using it.?
Enbrel (etanercept): There are many documented side effects the most common being rash, headache, respiratory tract and other infections. You'll be at higher risk for infections so anything you can do to keep germs from getting into your eyes, nose and mouth will help. Really try to have good hand hygiene (washing/alcohol gels) and try to stay as healthy as possible! ...Read more
Diff bet. inf.endocarditis and rheumatic fever, both r vegetations but what is the diff.? what is the role of bacteria in RF?plz help me wz videos .
Different: Rheumatic fever is a specific disease that is associated with damage to heart valves (usually mitral) that can develop following untreated strep throat. Infectious endocarditis is simply the presence of a vegetation (typically bacteria but can also be fungal) that builds up on any heart valve. In IV drug users for instance, the tricuspid valve is a common site to find vegetatations. ...Read more
Uncommon: These are uncommon cancers. They might be related to smoke or other exposures, but are not typical sites of cancer. There are about 2000 cases yearly in the us. I think that no smoking is the best advice. If you have some symptoms that worry you see your doctor. Is is likely to be something else. ...Read more
What does molly consist of and what are the positive and negative side effects. Can you die from taking this drug?
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