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What is the purpose of a paracentesis?

What is the purpose of a paracentesis?

Remove excess fluid: It is a bedside procedure in which excess fluid is removed from the abdominal cavity (ascites). The purpose is to relieve pressure on the abdominal contents & upward pressure on the lungs/diaphragm as well as correct internal fluid balance. Ascites can be caused by many things but the most common is liver disease. Samples of the fluid is sent to the lab for analysis and to rule out infection. ...Read more

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What is the parasympahomimetics?

What is the parasympahomimetics?

A group of chemicals: A group of chemicals that cause stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system. The drugs are related only in their effect not in their structure or even mechanism of action. Acetylcholine is sort of the mother compound, but other chemicals such as nicotine, caffeine and Malathion belong to this group as well. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of catecholamines tests?

What is the purpose of catecholamines tests?

Extra production?: The most common reason why the test is ordered is to see if your body is making too much catecholamines. If the test is positive, you might need an imaging study (ct scan, mibg, mri...) to see whether or not a tumor (adrenal) is doing this. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of hemoglobin?

What is the purpose of hemoglobin?

Oxygen: Hemoglobin carries oxygen from the lungs to the tissues and removes carbon dioxide from the tissues and brings it to the lungs to be exhaled. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of antideppresents?

What is the purpose of antideppresents?

Anti-Depressants: Anti-depressants are designed to normalize the mental feelings of those who are depressed. They often increase chemicals in the brain that boost mood and energy. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of amniotic fluid?

What is the purpose of amniotic fluid?

Lung Development: Amniotic fluid initially is filtered from the mother's blood and passes through the pregnancy's membranes to create a nourishing cushion during the first few weeks of development. Later, it is a byproduct (urine) of the baby's circulation which is taken into the lungs during the baby's practice breaths. The fluid pressure then induces growth and opening of the lung's branches. ...Read more

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What is the specific purpose of the pulmonary circulation?

What is the specific purpose of the pulmonary circulation?

Oxygen: The pulmonary arteries bring blood from the right side of the heart to the lungs, and the pulmonary veins return newly oxygenated blood back to the heart in the left atrium. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of veltam-d?

What is the purpose of veltam-d?

Big Prostate: This is a two drug combination of medicines used to help men with an enlarged prostate. It is not available in the US. ...Read more

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What is the meaning of dopaminergic?

What is the meaning of dopaminergic?

Dopamine: it describes dopamine related structures or components i.e. dopaminergic tracts, dopaminergic receptors...etc? ...Read more

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What exactly is the function of dhea?

What exactly is the function of dhea?

Prohormone: Dhea is one of the adrenal hormones. It is most noted for help with short term memory. It also helps with the production of Estradiol (estrogen) and testosterone. And it is noted to help with boosting the immune system. ...Read more

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What is the purpose of bronchial lavage?

What is the purpose of bronchial lavage?

Clean out airway: Bronchial lavage can be both diagnostic and therapeutic. The large airways can be washed free of secretions and infection, and the fluid sent for analysis for infection, aspiration, inflammatory cells, etc. ...Read more

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What does it mean if there is defunctioning stoma of the ileostomy?

What does it mean if there is defunctioning stoma of the ileostomy?

Double stoma: one remains connected to forward intestinal flow- functioning.The other stoma is to empty distal bowel segment=de functioned ...Read more

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What is the purpose of a bronchial lavage?

Clean out airway: Bronchial lavage can be both diagnostic and therapeutic. The large airways can be washed free of secretions and infection, and the fluid sent for analysis for infection, aspiration, inflammatory cells, etc. ...Read more

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If acetylcholinesterase is not present to remove acetylcholine, the muscle is in contraction. What is the name of the disorder/disease?

If acetylcholinesterase is not present to remove acetylcholine, the muscle is in contraction. What is the name of the disorder/disease?

Acetylcholinesterase: is always present. Acetylcholine doesn't just cause muscle contraction; it's essential in the CNS as well. You can't have absence in one place & presence in the other. Our bodies don't work that way. An absence of acetylcholinesterase is not compatible with life. ...Read more

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What is the value of dopamine?

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Dopamine: . Dopamine is for executive functions such as planning and alertness, etc. ...Read more

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