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Caverta
...  are sexually excited. It is capable of doing this by expanding the arteries in the penis and allowing ample amounts of blood to flow into the penis. The increase in the blood flow constricts the veins in the penis. As more blood flows in and less blood flows out of it, a sustained erection takes place. Even though Caverta does not claim to cure ED, it helps in temporarily easing its signs  ...

Dacarbazine
...  carcinoma of the thyroid and islet cell carcinoma. The drug can be administered to the patient through the cannula at the back of the hand - with an IV infusion. Another way is through a vein close to the collarbone which can be done with a thin plastic tube inserted into the vein. A vein of the PICC line may also serve as the drug’s entrance into the body. Whichever way, the  ...

Dactinomycin
...  and muscles), cancer of the testicles and tumors in the womb. It is purchased under the brand names of Act-D, Actinomycin D and Cosmegen. Dactinomycin is usually infused into a patient’s vein for more than 15 minutes. Doctors usually issue medicines before the administration of the drug so that vomiting and nausea would be prevented when the drug starts kicking in. Blood count, the  ...

Daunomycin
...  bruising, change in color of urine and nails, sensitivity to sun, fatigue and taste change are other common side effects. DAUNOMYCIN PRECAUTIONS Daunomycin should be given to the patient through a vein with other IV fluids and must never be injected into muscle tissue or underneath the skin. The medicament should never be injected to the spinal cavity as it will cause serious damage to the  ...

Daunorrubicina
...  and urine, sensitiveness to sun, fatigue and change in taste are few common side effects of the medicament. Daunorrubicina Precautions Daunorrubicina should be given to the patient only through the vein with other IV fluids and it should never be injected into the muscle tissue or under the skin. Do not inject the medicine in the spinal cavity as doing this may result in serious nerve damage.  ...

Daunorubicine
...  Daunorubicine is out there as daunorubicin hydrochloride and daunorubicin citrate liposome. Daunorubicin comes as a liquid form or as a powder to be mixed with liquid and injected into a vein by a doctor as the formula is able to penetrate body tissue and reach cancer cells easily because of its smaller size. When daunorubicin is used to treat AML, it is usually injected once a day  ...

Abiplatin
...  name for Abiplatin is Cisplatin. Abiplatin Dosage And Administration Abiplatin is administered intravenously through a six- to eight-hour infusion. This is done by inserting a thin tube through the vein near the collarbone or at the back of the patient’s hand. Since the infusion lasts for a significant amount of time, it is only administered in the hospital under the supervision of  ...

Cirrhosis of The Liver
...  and a transplant is required to sustain life. The end stage of cirrhosis will have the blood flow through the liver restricted by excessively scarred tissues. This in turn will increasing portal vein pressure, which in turn causes blood to overflow into smaller veins that leads to bursting due to pressure. In this case, serious internal bleeding will occur. The liver loses its ability to  ...

Ischemic Heart Disease
...  blocked artery to make the opening wider; and bypass surgery, also known as coronary artery bypass graft surgery, where patients undergo an open heart surgery and a cardiovascular surgeon attaches a vein taken from the patient’s leg or chest wall to serve as an alternative passage of blood to the heart.  ...

Osteoporosis
...  long-term nursing-home care. Aside from this, because of prolonged bed rest after a hip-fracture incident, elderly patients are susceptible to the development of pneumonia and blood clots in the leg veins which eventually travel to the lungs and can cause pulmonary embolism. Osteoporosis has also been linked with the increased risk of death among patients. There are many risk factors that are  ...


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