Surgery: Current Research

Surgery: Current Research

Is Expectorant provokes Surgical Intricacy?

Are we wondering what expectorant does in human? It is a cough syrup we intake during suppressive immunity and bacterial infections. Expectorants are made of different medicinal drugs entangled together to relieve a sufferer from dry cough and tickling throat. Read more…

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Posted by Kimberly John - 11/06/2013 at 00:06

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Super Gene Act as a Biological Pacemaker!!!!!

Even though there are enormous research going upon the insertion of artificial pacemakers equally there are disadvantages upon the same. Cons include infections after the insertion, insulation and re- term operations for exchanging the battery of the pacemaker. Read more…

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Posted by Kimberly John - 25/01/2013 at 03:51

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Alter in Gut hormones could fight Obesity

Hormones play a major role in one’s life. This could be neither a beneficial nor an appt approach towards an individual physical appearance. Youngsters are keener upon the weight management but still lack in gaining more weight in spite of balancing the food style. Read more…

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Posted by Kimberly John - 25/01/2013 at 03:11

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Surgery can Cure Epilepsy for about 85%

Epilepsy has become a very common disease against neonates and adults. Epilepsy is an idiopathic illness which cannot be identified. This could render person to severity as the reason could be unknown. In every 100 people epilepsy Read more…

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Posted by yeruva - 21/12/2012 at 06:49

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Posted by Divya06 - 11/08/2012 at 02:57

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