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9,226 Possible Causes for Alcohol

  • Acute Alcohol Intoxication

    As one of the most frequent substances of abuse, particularly in the Western world, alcohol (in the form of ethanol) exerts numerous harmful effects on the human body if present[] The effect of ethanol on the state of consciousness is directly proportional to the blood alcohol concentration.[] This case report and review brings attention to this subject and briefly discusses ethanol metabolism in infants.[]

  • Alcohol Abuse

    […] abuse harmful use of alcohol edit English alcohol abuse substance abuse that involves the recurring use of alcoholic beverages despite negative consequences ethanol abuse[] Alcoholism (alcohol dependence) and alcohol abuse are two different forms of problem drinking.[] Alcohol Alcohol Suppl 1991 ;1: 375 – 80 Google Scholar Medline 8. Sun, AY, Sun, GY. Ethanol and oxidative mechanisms in the brain.[]

  • Obesity

    […] countries of the world, as it is associated with the development of the most common non-communicable diseases: cardiovascular, type II diabetes mellitus, motor disorders, non-alcoholic[] […] women, a 7% increase in risk of obesity was noted for each additional child, adjusting for age, race, household income, work status, physical activity, tobacco use, and alcohol[] […] anti-fat' bias in healthcare providers, patients with obesity receiving poorer care and having worse outcomes, and medical students with obesity reporting high levels of alcohol[]

  • Cardiomyopathy

    The key message is that all patients with alcoholic dilated cardiomyopathy should be advised and assisted to stop drinking alcohol.[] During this procedure, the doctor injects ethanol (a type of alcohol) through a tube into the small artery that supplies blood to the thickened area of heart muscle.[] Other Names for Dilated Cardiomyopathy Alcoholic cardiomyopathy.[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Alcohol use in humans has continued for millennia and moderate amounts of ethanol consumption may actually improve health.[] Abstract Ethanol concentrations were measured in femoral venous blood in deaths attributed to acute alcohol poisoning (N 693) or chronic alcoholism (N 825), according to the[] The higher UAC/BAC ratio in chronic alcoholism (median 1.30:1) is closer to the value expected for complete absorption and distribution of ethanol in all body fluids.[]

  • Holiday Heart Syndrome

    […] drink little or no alcohol.[] The "holiday heart": electrophysiologic studies of alcohol effects in alcoholics. Ann Intern Med. 1983; 98: 135-139. Menz V, Grimm W, et al.[] Alcohol Effect on Heart Rhythm The exact mechanism by which alcohol affects the normal rhythm of the beating heart is not clear.[]

  • Alcohol Withdrawal

    Ethanol molecules inhibit these receptors, and if the brain is exposed to ethanol chronically, NMDA-induced glutamatergic changes can result in physical dependence to ethanol[] The novel anticonvulsant, gabapentin, protects against both convulsant and anxiogenic aspects of the ethanol withdrawal syndrome.[] The blood ethanol concentration, and glucose serum concen- tration were measured on admission.[]

  • Alcohol Dementia

    It is not yet clear whether dementia results form direct neurotoxic effects mediated by ethanol (this would render AD a primary alcoholic dementia) or if alcoholism interferes[] Abstract In the present study, 126 alcoholics aged 60 years or older were compared with 104 alcoholics aged 35-45 years.[] What's alcohol-related dementia? - Alcohol related dementia is a form of dementia related to the excessive drinking of alcohol.[]

  • Hypoxia

    […] differing by the type of QA function and the length of the alkyl linker, was yielded by a common multi-step sequence involving phosphorylation of a key 2-nitroimidazole alcohol[] Histotoxic Hypoxia – This form results from tissue poisoning such as from alcohol, narcotics, and certain poisons.[] Personality Traits – There may be a release of basic personality traits and emotions as with alcoholic intoxication (euphoria, elation, pugnaciousness, overconfidence, or[]

  • Rosacea

    KEYWORDS: Alcohol; Cigarettes; Nicotine; Rosacea; Smoking; Tobacco; Triggers[] Information on alcohol intake was collected every 4 years during follow-up.[] Risk factors are positive family history, very light skin phototype, sun exposure and consumption of spicy food or alcohol.[]

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