Polycystic ovary syndrome

What is polycystic ovary syndrome? Polycystic ovary syndrome(PCOS) is a condition that can affect your periods, fertility, hormones and aspects of your appearance. It can also affect your long-term health. Estimates of how many women it affects vary widely from 2 to 26 in every 100 women. This information is about the effects on your […]

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ANGIOGRAPHY

What is angiography? Angiography is a technique of X-Ray. Usually it performed in a hospital radiology department.  It normally takes 30 minutes to two hours. Patient can go home on the same day, except some cases. Angiography is the imaging of blood vessels with the usage of contrast agents. A thin plastic tube called catheter […]

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Cardiac Rehabilitation

Condition: The goal of cardiac rehabilitation is to restore and improve function, limit disability, minimize risk factors, and optimize cardiac conditioning. Through exercise and education specific to patients with heart disease. Background: Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death and disability in the United States. Hence cardiac rehabilitation is underutilized in the Pakistan. With […]

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Heart Failure

HEART FAILURE

Heart failure is a chronic, progressive condition in which the heart muscle is unable to pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs for blood and oxygen. At first the heart tries to compensate this by: Enlarging The heart stretches to contract more strongly and keep up with the demand to pump more blood. Over […]

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Yeast Infectioin

Yeast infection

Yeasts consist on microorganisms that are classified in the members of the fungus territory. The first yeast was identified and or initiated hundreds of millions of years ago. Now its 1,500 classes are identified in recent years. These classes are estimated to consist 1% of fungal against all described its classes. Yeasts consist and called as unicellular organisms which developed from […]

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Computer Vision Syndrome

Computer Vision Syndrome

Electronic devices emit high level of energy, short wavelength blue and violet lights, can cause potential health risks specially Computer Vision Syndrome and premature aging of the eyes In the light of modern technology, ubiquitous, unhindered use of computers and electronic gadgets has become the necessity of offices, educational institutions and business organizations and its use […]

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