Bladder Pain Syndrome: A Guide for Clinicians provides a comprehensive update in the pathophysiology, epidemiology, terminology, evaluation and treatment of patients with pelvic pain perceived to be related to the urinary bladder. The volume covers the tremendous evolution during the last decade in our understanding of pain syndromes and their diagnosis and treatment. It is now clear that Bladder Pain Syndrome belongs to the family of pain syndromes, and therefore treatment has moved from the treatment of the bladder to the treatment of a pain syndrome with the special problems this presents when the pain syndrome involves urinary symptoms. Interstitial Cystitis was poorly defined and the interpretation and patient selection differed enormously around the world in many ways, making exchange of information unreliable and confusing. Bladder Pain Syndrome is clearly defined and the result is a much better patient selection. This volume provides state of the art background for making a correct evaluation and diagnosis of patients with pelvic pain and voiding problems resulting in a more focused treatment to the benefit of the patients. The volume also covers the close relationship between different pain syndromes including those outside the pelvis.Bladder Pain Syndrome: A Guide for Clinicians will be of great utility to urologists, gynecologists and all health professionals dealing with patients with pelvic pain.
This text provides a concise yet comprehensive overview of Alagille syndrome. The book reviews the pathophysiology and genetics of the disorder, discusses recent molecular advances and its impact on diagnostics, and describes management challenges and strategies. The text also touches upon future treatment options. Written by experts in the field, Alagille Syndrome: Pathogenesis and Clinical Management is a valuable resource for physicians and researchers dealing with this disorder, one that will help guide patient management and stimulate investigative efforts.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. POEMS syndrome (also known as Crow Fukase syndrome, Takatsuki disease, or PEP syndrome) is a rare medical syndrome. It is defined as the combination of a plasma-cell proliferative disorder (typically myeloma), polyneuropathy, and effects on many other organ systems. It begins in middle age the average age at onset is 50 and affects up to twice as many men as women. If untreated it is progressive and often fatal, with only 60% of sufferers remaining alive five years after onset. However, the symptoms can improve if the blood disorder is successfully treated.
Frailty syndrome is characterized by the decrease in the functional reserve of the different body systems, which facilitates that in case of decompensation or mild aggression, tha patient becomes ill. Progressive population aging makes this entity more frequent and more important in the planning of care for the elderly. The lack of consensus in the definition of the syndrome and the absence of a clearly established treatment make it difficult to identify it. However, the presence of the syndrome is clearly related to a worsening of the patient's functional capacity, and an increase in the number of pathologies presented by the elderly, their severity, and both specific and global mortality. Frailty is related to a higher number of hospital admissions and an increased risk of institutionalization. This book aims to review the characteristics of frailty syndrome, to discern among its different definitions, to explore its consequences and to propose strategies for its treatment. The main ethical implications will also be explained.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Roemheld syndrome (RS), also known as Roemheld-Techlenburg-Ceconi-Syndrome or gastric-cardia, is a complex of gastrocardiac symptoms first described by Ludwig Roemheld (1871 1938). It is a syndrome where maladies in the gastrointestinal tract or abdomen trigger/cause cardiac symptoms. There is rarely a traceable cardiac source to the symptoms which may lead to a lengthy period of misdiagnosis. Roemheld syndrome is characterized strictly by abdominal maladies triggering reflexes in the heart. There are a number of pathways through which cardiac reflexes can occur: hormones, mechanical, neurological and immunological.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Korsakoff''s syndrome (Korsakoff''s psychosis, amnesic-confabulatory syndrome, also spelled "Korsakov''s Syndrome"), is a brain disorder caused by the lack of thiamine (vitamin B1) in the brain. The syndrome is named after Sergei Korsakoff, the neuropsychiatrist who popularized the theory. There are six major symptoms of Korsakoff''s syndrome:1. anterograde amnesia and 2. retrograde amnesia, severe memory loss 3. confabulation, that is, invented memories which are then taken as true due to gaps in memory sometimes associated with blackouts. 4. meager content in conversation. 5. lack of insight. 6. apathy - the patients lose interest in things quickly and generally appear indifferent to change.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Pacemaker syndrome is a disease that represents the clinical consequences of suboptimal atrioventricular (AV) synchrony or AV dyssynchrony, regardless of the pacing mode, after the pacemaker plantation. It is an iatrogenic disease an adverse effect resulting from medical treatment that is often underdiagnosed. In general, the symptoms of the syndrome are a combination of decreased cardiac output, loss of atrial contribution to ventricular filling, loss of total peripheral resistance response, and nonphysiologic pressure waves.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), also known as respiratory distress syndrome (RDS) or adult respiratory distress syndrome (in contrast with IRDS) is a serious reaction to various forms of injuries to the lung. ARDS is a severe lung disease caused by a variety of direct and indirect issues. It is characterized by inflammation of the lung parenchyma leading to impaired gas exchange with concomitant systemic release of inflammatory mediators causing inflammation, hypoxemia and frequently resulting in multiple organ failure. This condition is often fatal, usually requiring mechanical ventilation and admission to an intensive care unit. A less severe form is called acute lung injury (ALI). ARDS formerly most commonly signified adult respiratory distress syndrome to differentiate it from infant respiratory distress syndrome in premature infants. However, as this type of pulmonary edema also occurs in children, ARDS has gradually shifted to mean acute rather than adult. The differences with the typical infant syndrome remain.
Sick Building Syndrome in Public Buildings and Workplaces is the first book of its kind to examine the issue of the interior environment and sick building syndrome in public buildings and workplaces worldwide. Through a comprehensive review of the personal experiences of people who have suffered the symptoms of sick building syndrome, the stories of professionals who have investigated reported occurrences of sick building syndrome, an extensive review of previously published literature on sick building syndrome and the opinions of international experts from a wide variety of fields the causes of sick building syndrome have been identified in this book. Information from this book can be used to provide a healthy safe indoor environment for employees and everyone who enters your building. Advice is provided on how to identify the causes of sick building syndrome in public buildings, workplaces and other buildings. The health effects of sick building syndrome, the influence of these symptoms on people s work performance, impact on their life and the economic costs of sick building syndrome are examined. Assessment tools for identifying incidences of sick building syndrome are provided. Risk control measures that can be implemented in the design and construction stage of buildings, for ventilation systems, biological causes, physical and chemical causes, ergonomic factors and factors that enhance the effects of sick building syndrome are documented. This book can be used for teaching, research, professional reference and for personal use to maintain a healthy indoor environment.
Nutricia Nutrison Energy ohne Ballaststoffe 1,5 kcal/ml Produkteigenschaften Sondennahrung Hochkalorisch Mit DHA und EPA angereichert Zur ausschlieÃlichen ErnÃ¤hrung geeignet Ballaststofffrei Characteristika VerordnungsfÃ¤hig Hochkalorisch (1,5 kcal/ml) Glutenfrei Streng laktosearm Mit 15 % MCT im Milchanteil Mit 6 Karotinoiden Indikationen Behinderung der Nahrungspassage (z.B. Kau- und SchluckstÃ¶rungen, Apallisches Syndrom) Hoher Energiebedarf FlÃ¼ssigkeitsrestriktion Kontraindikation fÃ¼r Ballaststoffe Inhaltsstoffangabe gemÃ¤Ã Lebensmittelinformationsverordnung der EU (LMIV) Array
Das süßlich, blumig und leicht krautig duftende Öl Muskatellersalbei bio* ist sehr hautpflegend und eignet sich dadurch hervorragend für duftende Kosmetikrezepturen zur Pflege der trockener werdenden Haut. Das ätherische Öl Muskatellersalbeiöl wirkt ganzheitlich entspannend und ist das Frauenöl in der Aromatherapie. Es wird sehr gerne bei Wechseljahresbeschwerden eingesetzt. Sowohl auf körperlicher Ebene zum Beispiel entkrampfend bei prämenstruellem Syndrom, als auch auf psychischer Ebene ausgleichend in stressigen Zeiten. Somit eignet es sich besonders zur Linderung von klimakterischen Symptomen, die unter Stress vermehrt und intensiver auftreten, wie beispielsweise Hitzewallungen. Auch auf psychischer Ebene löst Muskatellersalbei Verkrampfungen. Er kann damit neue Energie freisetzen, den Wandel anzunehmen, Themen oder gar Lebenskapitel hinter sich zu lassen und die Veränderungen kreativ zu nutzen (Wer- ner, von Braunschweig 2006, 145). Zur Raumbeduftung, gemischt und verdünnt für die kosmetische und therapeutische Anwendung auf der Haut z.B. in Gesichts- und Körperölen, für Massageöle, für die therapeutische Einreibung und für Wickel, als Badezusatz, für Masken, für selbstgemischte Kosmetikprodukte Zur Anwendung in der Aromapflege: 7 Tropfen in 50 ml Bio Pflegeöl
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Münchausen syndrome is a term for psychiatric disorders known as factitious disorders wherein those affected feign disease, illness, or psychological trauma in order to draw attention or sympathy to themselves. It is also sometimes known as hospital addiction syndrome or hospital hopper syndrome. However there is discussion to reclassify them as somatoform disorder in the DSM 5 as it is unclear whether people are conscious or not of drawing attention to themselves. Münchausen syndrome is related to Münchausen syndrome by proxy (MSbP/MSP), which refers to the abuse of another being (typically a child) as a result of having a psychological disorder.