Haematology & Thromboembolic Diseases

Haematology & Thromboembolic Diseases

Tissue Regeneration Allusions

Smooth muscle unit holding organs (bladder, heart, veins) are harmed by a mixed bag of neurotic conditions requiring surgery or organ supplanting. As of now, recovery of contractile tissues is hampered by absence of practical smooth muscle units. Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 25/04/2013 at 04:02

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Smoking Increases the Pain in Cancer Patients

One of the major factor for causing cancer is smoking. Inhalation of gas- Vaporised  forms some substance in lungs which is the efficient way for delivering the drugs in the blood-stream & affects the victim within fraction of second of 1st inhalation. Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 01/02/2013 at 06:40

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Abortion Myths and Facts

  •   Foetuses become conscious at 8 weeks
  •  Complications from an abortion include haemorrhage, infection, perforation of the uterus, and laceration of the cervix Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 01/02/2013 at 05:21

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An Insight into Recent Development in Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura

Thrombocytopenic purpura is characterized by reduction in circulating blood platelets resulting in severe haemolytic anemia. The disease occurs rarely in the population affecting 4 out of 100, 000 people. Adults between the ages of 20-50 are commonly affected Read more…

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Posted by Catherine Stewart - 31/01/2013 at 07:59

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What is Artificial Blood ?

Blood it the most important fluid in the body which plays many critical roles and acts as transporter for Oxygen and other proteins. Blood transfusion is an major problem all over the world due to rejection and immunological reactions even after treating patients Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 23/01/2013 at 00:31

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Massive Bleeding Management

A common complication in severely injured victims is Trauma-induced coagulopathy [TIC]. Etiology of TIC being complex is Contributing factors including the overwhelming production of thrombin along with activated protein C, the uptake of factors responsible Read more…

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Posted by Melanie Meyors - 23/01/2013 at 00:21

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