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What Is Vercet
I have a chronically blocked ivc and my body created vercies to compansate. I have two hypotense areas in my liverduetothis. What's a hypotense area?
Hypodense area: A lesion (an abnormal-looking area where disease is suspected to be) on a ct scan, which is more black than the surrounding tissues, is called hypodense. Hypodense means less dense (it has a less mass per amount of volume). For example, a hypodense area in the liver may be a benign lesion, a hemangioma , a simple hepatic cyst, an abscess, a lipoma, a malignant cancerous lesion, etc... ...Read more
Most of the time: Some people would be too sensitive to these chemical hair removers. Timing is important, too. They can be quite irritating if left on too long, especially on sensitive skin like the face. Definitely want to avoid applying on mucous membranes also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Versed, the trade name for the generic midazolam, is a benzodiazepine drug, used to break status epilepticus (where seizures are continuous and uncontrollable). So, yes, midazolam will effect epilepsy by helping break an episode. Obviously, because it is a sedative drug, other anti-epileptic medications are preferred to prevent attacks. ...Read more
Rarely, if at all: Versed, also known as midazolam, is a benzodiazepine. This is the class of drugs valium belongs to also. These drugs have sedative and anxiolytic properties and are extremely safe when taken as prescribed, or administered by a healthcare provider in a monitored setting. From a pharmacologic perspective, benzodiazepines have a large margin of safety. ...Read more