Search results

Sporanox
...  three major types of fungal infection that Sporanox is used for; namely, blastomycosis, histoplasmosis and aspergillosis. The organs that get affected by these infections are the lungs, heart and kidneys, and there’s always a possibility of other organs being infected. Your skin, blood and bones can also be affected by these fungal infections. Sporanox is also best for people who have  ...

Abilify
...  But before considering the use the medication, the doctor normally assesses the patient's medical history and current condition. A patient’s history of vital organ disorders ( heart, liver, kidneys ) must also be taken into consideration. These three sensitive parts of the body should also be checked if there are no previous ailment concerning these parts. Some medications may react to  ...

Ecofenac
...  to NSAIDs or Ecofenac Pregnant, especially during the third term Has an existing stomach ulcer, or intestinal bleeding Has recently undergone heart surgery, or has a weak heart, weak liver or weak kidneys Particular caution has to be made when administering Ecofenac to patients who have active and serious bleeding, like in the case of dengue fever or cerebral hemorrhage. NSAIDs should not be  ...

Paracetamol
...  from the reason why you are being given Paracetamol) - especially if you have a history of a serious kidney disease, liver diseases like hepatitis, and if you were alcoholic. If your livers or kidneys are not working properly, Paracetamol may not be processed properly and that may bring up a lot of side effects. Some Paracetamol brands contain aspartame - an ingredient that can mean a  ...

Kidney Disease
...  pressure or diabetes are susceptible to this disease. According to research studies, people who suffer from this medical condition also experience higher mortality rates, as the functioning of their kidneys continue to decrease. Causes of CKD Clinical studies have already enumerated the various causes of this disease. Such causes include hypertension or high blood and glumerulonephritis or the  ...

Yellow Fever
...  as they bite through the human skin. After this, the virus transports to different parts of the body and reproduces itself in different body cells. It usually targets cells in the blood vessels, the kidneys and the liver. In serious cases of yellow fever, the virus it carries could cause the body’s cells to damage themselves. The muscular pain and fever felt during the development of  ...

Sepsis
...  is an overwhelming and deadly infection which attacks any part of your body, but is most commonly reported to begin at the kidneys, liver, gall bladder, and lungs. Sepsis is also known as septic inflammatory response syndrome or SIRS. Sepsis attacks a person through his or her bloodstream and is bacterial in nature. It should be noted that meningitis is often accompanied by sepsis and  ...

Kidneys
...  as part of the chemical reactions. These wastes need to be cleared out of the body; and this where the kidney plays an important role. Here, our blood which is carried by the renal artery to the kidneys is filtered out by the nephrons to remove the waste. Approximately one million nephrons or tiny filters are found inside the kidney and they produce almost 2 quarts of water and waste daily.  ...

Nephron
...  produce waste products that need to go out of the body. One of the major by products of metabolism is the urea and creatinine. You need to eliminate these two from your blood through the help of the kidneys. If you are to study the kidneys microscopically, you will find tiny structures called the nephrons. The nephrons are the functional units of the kidneys. To understand how your body  ...

Smooth Muscle
...  Without the smooth muscles, the heart will not be able to contract, relax and pump blood to the rest of the body. Due to the elasticity of the smooth muscles, it is an important component of the kidneys, lungs, vagina, and blood vessels. These body parts need to be elastic to perform their functions. You can imagine what can happen if these were not elastic. The kidneys will not be able to  ...


© Copyright 2010-2014 MedicalTerms.info