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Ambien
...  effect. If the drug administration is suddenly stopped there are observed normal to severe reactions. The list includes sudden panic attacks, recurring of sleep disorders, nausea, vomiting, muscular tremors and cramps in both external and internal body organs. These ambien withdrawal effects, however, occur if the ambien overdose or is used for more than one week. Currently there is no  ...

Paracetamol
...  see how Paracetamol works. In addition, it does not have side effects. It comes in many and varied forms. These include chewable tablets, capsules, extended release capsules, intravenous and intramuscular forms, liquid, suppositories and tablets. Paracetamol is included in a lot of medications for allergy, cold and flu - for children and adults. It is also present in treatments for migraine.  ...

Abboxide
...  beverages is best limited or altogether avoided by the patient. Warning For Certain Patients The application for Abboxide should be avoided in infants as it may cause hypothermia, temporary muscular hypotonia, and respiratory failure. Administration of Abboxide during pregnancy may drastically change the heart rate of the fetus. This is why pregnant women and nursing mothers are not  ...

Yellow Fever
...  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 yellow fever is caused by the dysfunction in the body’s immune system. When the cells of the immune system are affected by the yellow  ...

Heart
...  of the heart is its own separate entity. The upper chambers are separated with a thin wall, the interatrial septum, inside the heart. The lower chambers are separated with a thicker interventricle muscular wall. The atria and the ventricles are separated with atrioventricular valves. The two major blood vessels of the heart are separated with so called semilunar valves. The valves are vital  ...

Esophagus
...  esophagus is an organ that consists of a muscular tube where food passes from the pharynx to the stomach. Its function is very important in human digestion as it carries liquid, foods and even saliva from the mouth to the stomach. Once food and liquids reach the stomach, it then acts to start digesting then proceeds to pump the food and liquids to other intestines so that it is properly  ...

Stomach
...  be welcomed by the gastric juices, which include the hydrochloric acid, and breaks it into finer pieces. Another way that the stomach helps in the digestion of food is through the stomach’s muscular wall. This part of the stomach churns the food together with the gastric juices. The food will result to a soup-like mixture because of the churning and the mixture of gastric juices, which  ...

Skeletal Muscles
...  in the heart; and lastly, the skeletal muscles are found attached to bones. To understand the skeletal muscles, here is a simpler explanation about them. Anatomy The skeletal muscles are elongated muscular fibers. When you try to look at them under the microscope, you will see cylindrically-shaped cells. The cell is multi-nucleated; meaning, you will see several nuclei even in a single cell.  ...

Vagina
...  vagina is the female reproductive organ. It is an elastic and muscular canal that has a soft and flexible lining. This lining provides the lubrication and the sensations during sexual intercourse. The vagina is made up of many parts and has many functions such as childbirth, and is also used for recreational purposes such as intercourse. These are the parts of the vagina: External Parts of  ...

Neurotransmitters
...  neurons in the central nervous system contain GABA receptors, which makes it the most common. Acetylcholine Acetylcholine is one of the more popular neurotransmitters and is found mostly in neuromuscular junctions. The enzyme acetylcholinesterase catalyzes the conversion of acetylcholine to other products, which the body could use again. Norepinephrine Norepinephrine is found in the brain  ...


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