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1 year ago
Does Formoterol cause death/asthma-related death?
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1 year ago
Formoterol may increase risk of asthma-related death. It depends on the condition and co-morbidities and is individual response.
The information given above is for Formoterol which is the active ingredient of Formoterol.
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1 year ago
Does Midazolam hasten death?
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1 year ago
No, Midazolam does not hasten death. Although it may be used to induce sleep and relive anxiety in terminally-ill patients not responding to other relevant medications
The information given above is for Midazolam which is the active ingredient of Midazolam.
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1 year ago
Can COPD lead to death?
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1 year ago
Yes, COPD is one of the leading cause of death around the world. Multiple attacks of respiratory failure can increase risk of death in patients of COPD.
The information given above is for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (Copd) which is the active ingredient of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (Copd).
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1 year ago
Which is the last stage of heart failure, that leads to death?
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1 year ago
Stage D heart failure is the stage of advanced heart failure. In this stage, the heart is so affected that even at rest, a person may feel breathless because the heart is just unable to pump enough blood/oxygen to the rest of the body. This stage is complicated and requires aggressive treatment (e.g., surgery, heart transplant, etc.), as well as some difficult decision-making by the patient (and family).
The information given above is for Heart Failure which is the active ingredient of Heart Failure.
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26 years
2 years ago
I am doctor. Just completed my college, since 2012 I was taking alcohol, last September I quit by myself without medication, since 2yr back I m feeling low mood, in group also m feeling sad inside. Now preparing 4pg totally distracted low concentration. Because of this my physical activity also decreases since last few years. Help me this year is crucial4 me I lost my father in year 2010 and mom at age of 10. In 2011. After dad death my mood is low. Then friends group tell to relax and I started alcohol in year 2012. Inside me I am feeling emptiness. M I in depression?
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Dr. Jyoti Kapoor Madan
Psychiatrist
2 years ago
Depression is a persistent state of sadness that is the result of interaction between one's inner biological and psychological state and gets triggered of with environmental stressors. Reactive depression is in response to a situation like loss, sickness, trauma etc. Endogenous depression occurs without any noticeable environmental stressors. Psychological symptoms include lack of interest, negative thinking, irritability, frustration, feeling demotivated etc. Somatic symptoms like fatigue/ weakness/ lack of sleep/ lack of appetite and other physical symptoms are common. Anxiety is common. In severe cases one may feel helpless and hopeless enough to wish for death or attempt suicide. Treatment includes physical and psychiatric work up following which medicines can be prescribed. In milder cases, psychotherapy or counselling is recommended. Dealing with Depression- Assess your thinking pattern. Become aware of negative thought patterns. Decide to trash negative thoughts and replace them by positive thoughts. Pursue hobbies that make you happy. Manage time by making a schedule that includes physical exercises and De stress routines. Communicate your thoughts to people you are comfortable with. Accept your limitations and work on them if possible, no one is born perfect and we don't need to be perfect, we need to be adaptive.
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1 year ago
Which is worse COPD or asthma?
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1 year ago
COPD is more worse than asthma. COPD results in more death than asthma worldwide.
The information given above is for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (Copd) which is the active ingredient of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (Copd).
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35 years
2 years ago
Hello I m PATIENT m surfing anxiety disorder and fear of death,
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Dr. Jyoti Kapoor Madan
Psychiatrist
2 years ago
Anxiety is the result of a hyperarousal state of nervous system due to a low threshold for threat perception. In simpler words, it's an ongoing flight or fight response. It can elicit a neuro-hormonal response understood as Flight or Fright reaction kicking in physiological cascade of symptoms ranging from palpitations, tachycardia, breathlessness, increased bowel movement, increase frequency of urination, dizziness, muscle tension or pain, trembling, dizziness, blurring of vision to restlessness, confusion and fainting spells. Chronic stress causes prolonged anxiety response with the consequences of slowed cognition , lack of concentration, headaches, fluctuations in blood pressure, irritable bowel syndrome with persistent Bowel movement issues and increased wear and tear of body tissues. Other somatic symptoms can also be seen like feeling of obstruction in throat or thrust tightness, stomach ache, nausea, recurrent vomiting, increased body temperature, feeling of electrical sensations or ants on skin ( paresthesia) etc. The interest in routine activities like eating, socialising with friends and family and sex goes down. Identifying your stressors, learning to deal with them, de stressing regularly by doing something that makes one feel good, yoga and meditation are some non pharmacological strategies to deal with it. If the condition is persisting for a long time, it's better to see a psychiatrist.
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1 year ago
What can be the common side effects of using L-Methionine?
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1 year ago
The common side effects seen with use of L-Methionine are: Brain death, Increased homocysteine in blood, Brain injury, Cardiac disorder
2 people found this useful
1 year ago
Can I use Piroxicam if I am pregnant?
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1 year ago
No. Piroxicam should not be taken in pregnancy. It causes premature closure of the ductus arteriosus which can lead to fetal heart failure and death of the baby.
The information given above is for Piroxicam which is the active ingredient of Piroxicam.
1 people found this useful
1 year ago
What is Reteplase used for?
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1 year ago
Reteplase is used to improve heart function and prevent congestive heart failure or death in people who have had a heart attack
The information given above is for Reteplase which is the active ingredient of Reteplase.
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1 year ago
Is rheumatoid arthritis life threatening
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1 year ago
No. Rheumatoid arthritis does affect vital organs like lungs and heart over course of time, but it is unlikely to cause death if managed well with medications.
The information given above is for Rheumatoid Arthritis which is the active ingredient of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
8 people found this useful
1 year ago
How Miltefosine works?
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1 year ago
Miltefosine belongs to class of drugs called antimicrobial agent. It interacts with essential proteins and chemicals which are required for growth and survival of parasite, thereby causing death.
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