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9,300 Possible Causes for Suppression

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Cough suppression time (CST) was recorded when patients were instructed by means of a red light to try not to cough.[] Suppression of this inflammatory process might prevent the development of AOM as a complication.[] To suppress coughing, take dextromethorphan can be helpful as a cough suppressant.[]

  • Connective Tissue Disease

    Immunesuppressants medications are administered to suppress the immune system and inhibit the production of antibodies.[] […] plasma and CSF GABA and β -alanine, elevated carnosine Clinical features: Accelerated linear growth, seizures, cerebellar hypoplasia, psychomotor delay, leukodystrophy, burst suppression[] The following are the methods for treating different types of connective tissue diseases: Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis is done through medications that work by suppressing[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    It is important not to suppress the cough , as this can cause further infection by drying out the mucous membranes.[] […] most cases (95%) are viral symptomatic treatment is the cornerstone of management: Supportive measures include hydration, expectorants, analgesics, β2-agonists, and cough suppressants[] Some medications may relieve bronchitis symptoms, for example, cough suppressants, NSAIDs , acetaminophen, and antibiotics (for bacterial infections only).[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Accepts Healthy Volunteers: No Inclusion Criteria: The presence of acute viral respiratory disease Exclusion Criteria: Evidence of chronic cardio-pulmonary disease, immune-suppression[] As suppression of toxin production may correlate with improved outcome, vancomycin alone may not be the optimal treatment for pneumonia.[] Anyone over the age of 65 should seek medical care if they experience a cough and have pre-existing conditions that suppress the normal immune response, such as diabetes,[]

  • Adrenal Insufficiency

    In addition to thromboembolic disease, MA may induce hyperglycaemia, osteoporosis, suppression of the gonadal axis, and Cushing's syndrome.[] The risk of acute adrenal crises secondary to glucocorticoid withdrawal can be fatal and arises from chronic suppression of the adrenal glands.[] These cases add to the body of literature on the dangerous interaction between RTV and corticosteroids and highlight the risk of secondary adrenal suppression.[]

  • Pneumonia

    […] of acid suppression on pneumonia.[] Given these potential adverse effects, clinicians should use caution in prescribing acid-suppressive drugs for patients at risk.[] To identify randomized controlled trials, we used the following combinations of search terms: (“acid-suppressive therapy” OR “acid-suppressive drugs” OR “acid-suppressive[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    They have been suggested to suppress proliferation of pathogenic microorganisms and to modulate immune function.[] People with the highest risk for a severe infection include young children, older adults, and people who have a suppressed immune system.[] Acid suppression medications and bacterial gastroenteritis: a population-based cohort study. Br J Clin Pharmacol . 2017 Jan 5. 27 (1):40-51. [Medline] .[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    The use of antibiotics as suppressive therapy or long-term prophylaxis may no longer be defensible.[] People with diabetes or AIDS because of their suppressed immune systems. Sexually active women because bacteria are introduced into the urethra.[] A suppressed immune system. Diabetes and other diseases that impair the immune system — the body's defense against germs — can increase the risk of UTIs. Catheter use.[]

  • Influenza

    Experimental studies have reported that tea catechins inhibited influenza viral adsorption and suppressed replication and neuraminidase activity.[] Cough suppressants can be used for cough. Ibuprofen or acetaminophen can be used to treat symptoms of the flu, such as aches and fever.[] A recent alternative model ( 10 ) plausibly argues that such periods of suppression arise from the relationship between the virus' genotype and its phenotype.[]

  • Acromegaly

    The clinical significance and its dependence on treatment modality and of glucose-suppressed GH (GH nadir ) measurements remain uncertain.[] Repeat oral glucose GH suppression studies showed suppression of GH less than 0.4 ng/mL.[] An elevated serum insulin-like growth factor I level and the failure of growth hormone suppression after an oral glucose load biochemically confirmed the diagnosis of acromegaly[]

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