Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery)

OMICS Publishing Group conducts these type of conferences across the world. Blepharoplasty is a treatment which removes excess folds of skin in the upper lids which is under the eyes. To improve your appearance or your eyes or both, surgery treatment usually is a very attractive way and gives you a more relaxed and younger look. Sometimes, blepharoplasty is associated with a process known as a brow lift. Blepharoplasty can be conducted on one eyelid or on both. These all are generally done by a physician. Blepharoplasty can have an impact on your eyelids, i.e., more relaxed and overall look. Blepharoplasty is one of the most fulfilling facial cosmetic techniques because restoration is short-lived while results are long lasting. Some of the types are:
Upper Eyelid Surgery:
If the upper eyelids are dropping extremely or are swollen and inflated as a result of unwanted fat cells, it can impact negatively on a person's appearance, self-esteem, and confidence. With upper eyelid surgery, unwanted skin and fat cells are removed and the skin which is remaining on the upper eyelid can be drawn firm and raised so that it appears healthier and younger. To reduce or remove visible scarring, the incision will typically be placed in the upper eyelid.
Lower Eyelid Surgery:
Puffy or sagging reduce eye lids, as well as persistent fat leftovers, can be corrected through lower eyelid surgery treatment. The surgery can be done directly after making an incision within the lower eyelash so that it is invisible from vision, excess skin and fat tissue is removed; if necessary, fat can also be reassigned to generate a more even and good appearance. A specific opportunity of the process is determined by the customer's desires as well as the level of his or her eyelid droop. Lower eyelid surgery treatment can have an impressive effect on the appearance of a person.  Due to these surgeries there are some complications like infections, Blood clots, Dry eyes etc.

Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Overview of Preeclampsia

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Preeclampsia is one of the most common effects which occur during pregnancy. It usually develops during the third trimester which affects the pregnancies. The woman in first pregnancy is having high chance of preeclampsia as do patients who are with diabetes and the mothers having the pregnancy with twin babies.
Symptoms of Preeclampsia:
•Hypertension which is nothing but high blood pressure and proteinuria which is nothing but protein in urine.
•Blurred eyesight, sometimes seeing blinking lights
•Pain below the ribs
•Excess bodyweight which is caused by edema.

Risks factors of Preeclampsia:
 Some of the risk factors include:
First pregnancies: The possibilities of preeclampsia throughout the first pregnancy are considerably greater than the subsequent ones.
Pregnancy gap: When the second pregnancy happens at least after ten years, that second pregnancy has higher chance of preeclampsia.
Family history:  There is a chance of getting preeclampsia if the mother or sister had preeclampsia.
Age: When compared with other teenagers, the woman above the age of 40 have the chance of getting preeclampsia.
Certain conditions and illnesses: Women with diabetic issues, high blood pressure, migraine, headache and kidney disease are more likely to develop preeclampsia.
Obesity: People who are suffering with obesity have a chance of getting preeclampsia.
Multiple pregnancies: There is a chance of getting preeclampsia, when we except more than one baby.
Complications of preeclampsia:
 HELLP Syndrome: HELLP stands for Hemolysis, Elevated Liver enzymes and Low Platelet count. For mother and child, it becomes life-threatening disease. After giving birth, this is a combined liver and blood clotting disorder, which appears after twentieth week of pregnancy. For effective treatment of HELLP syndrome, deliver the baby as soon as possible.
Poor blood flow to the placenta:
If blood circulation to the placenta is limited, the baby might not be getting necessary fresh air and nutritional values, which may lead to slow development, breathing difficulties and premature birth.

Sunday, 23 June 2013

Types of heart attacks

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Heart is the major organ present in our human body. The heart muscle requires constant supply of oxygen-rich blood in order to nourish it, which is provided by the coronary arteries. In case of loss of blood supply by coronary arteries, it leads to the death of heart muscles, which is known as heart attack.
When the heart muscles die, the patient experiences chest pain, which spreads to other parts of the body such as neck, arms, jaws, ears etc.
There are different types of heart attacks. The most common are as follows:
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STEMI Heart Attacks:
Substandard MIAn ST-segment level Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) is a serious form of heart attack in which a coronary artery is completely obstructed and most of the heart muscles are incapable to get blood. “ST section elevation” represents a design that reveals up on an electrocardiogram. This type of heart attack needs immediate, urgent revascularization which regenerates blood circulation through the artery. This revascularization is obtained either with medication by means of thrombolytics (clot busters), which are given intravenously, or mechanically with angioplasty as a treatment using slim, flexible pipes known as catheters to start the closed artery.
These catheters are placed at the starting of the coronary arteries, and contrast dye is treated through them to allow the interventional cardiologist to collect pictures of any blockage caused in the coronary arteries. Some of the guidewires are then innovative beyond the blockage and the clot is pulled out and a little increase is started out to force the obstruction out of the way. A stent is a metal, capable pipe is often placed simultaneously to completely brace the cleared artery to allow blood vessels circulation leads to heart disease.
NSTEMI Heart Attacks:
A non-ST segment level myocardial infarction (NSTEMI) is a type of heart attack that does not display a change in the ST section level on an electrocardiogram and that outcome in harm to the heart of the patient. However, these sufferers will analyze favorably for the proteins known as troponin in their blood vessels that is launched from the heart muscles when it is broken. In NSTEMI heart strokes, it is likely that any coronary artery obstructions are limited or exist for short-term.
Treatment for an NSTEMI heart attack, which includes drugs and examination to check whether a blockage is present or not, so that it should be controlled with drugs only or eliminated through angioplasty or handled with cardiac bypass graft surgery.

Friday, 21 June 2013

Gastroenterology Diseases

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Colon Polyps / Cancer:
Cancer of the colon tract as a second significant cancer, after lung cancer. Colon cancer of the digestive tract is also one of the most treatable types of cancer and also is avoidable. Colon cancer begins as a polyp which is a development in the lining of colon. If this polyps can be recognized early and eliminated then colon cancer can be easily be avoided. Heredity and genetics, cigarette smoking and excessive drinking, especially used one in unwanted quantities and serious inflamation related situation of digestive tract such as ulcerative colitis are main risks for development of digestive colon cancer. Familial polyposis is a genetic situation which can lead to colon cancer in very young individuals. Prevention of polyps/cancer begins with testing by colonoscopic examination. A person whose mother and father have colon cancer or polyps is at considerably higher chance of creating it. Therefore, people with a genealogy of polyps and digestive tract cancer should be analyzed for need of colonoscopy.
Gastroenterology Diseases
Constipation can be described as irregular or hard stools, or issues in evacuating stool. Moving one or more smooth, bulky stools every day is a suitable objective. While troublesome, constipation is not usually a serious problem. Constipation is often due to a lazy colon that does not agreement effectively and is not able to shift the stool to the rectum. The colon also can become spastic and stay shortened for a extended time because there are many causes of constipation, therapy which depends on the doctor's results and analysis. After serious issues are excluded, chronic constipation usually reacts to simple actions, such as adding fiber, bran or a bulking agent to the diet. 
Crohn's Disease:
Crohn's disease is a chronic, repeated inflamation related disease of the digestive tract. The two primary sites for Crohn's disease are the ileum, which is the last part of the small bowel, and the colon. The lining of the abdominal can become infected, ulcerated and the bowel wall gets thickened. Gradually, the bowel may become simplified or blocked. The symptoms of Crohn's disease rely on where in the digestive tract the problem seems to be. When the ileum is engaged, repeated discomfort may be experienced in the right lower abdomen.