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  • Influenza

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  • Pharyngitis

    This temporal relation suggests environmental factor acting in genetically predisposed children.[] Although several therapeutic approaches are available at present for the treatment of chronic pharyngitis, new therapeutic strategies acting on pharyngeal mucous function[] BACKGROUND: The group A streptococcus (GAS) M protein, encoded by the emm gene, acts as a major virulence factor.[]

  • Insect Bite

    Temperatures of 50 to 60 C at the skin's surface (about as hot as you can handle) generate the necessary heat to act on the venom under the skin.[] This is a cutaneous reaction to a stinging or biting arthropod, usually resulting in itching and occasionally acting as a vector of disease.[] Now Hives or swelling all over the body More than 20 fire ant stings in a child less than 1 year old Fever and bite looks infected (spreading redness) Your child looks or acts[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    The antibiotic of choice is probably penicillin V, with a short acting macrolide the second-line agent.[] . • Benzonatate perles (non-narcotic peripherally acting agent) : Rx required. • First Generation Antihistamines (Diphenhydramine, Chlorpheniramine, Bropheniramine) help thicken[] , centrally acting cough suppressant in adults.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    They may colonise the urinary tract acting as a reservoir for dissemination of drug resistance within hospital environment.[] With adequate treatment, most patients recover from the acute phase; however, 2-4% develop a chronic carrier state acting as reservoir of infection by continued shedding of[] The best thing you can do is act early. Remember to get tested for sexually transmitted diseases if you are sexually active.[]

  • Pneumonia

    CONCLUSION: Biological DMARDs, such as TNFI, act as a double-edged sword: these drugs are used to treat autoimmune diseases, but they increase the risk of infection.[] When the doctor hears pneumonia in the chest, but the child is acting fine, with almost no other symptoms of pneumonia, then it may be walking pneumonia.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    It is fast acting and symptoms may be evident in less than 12 hours after ingesting contaminated food. In some cases, the symptoms may be present in 1 to 6 hours.[] As in the Dutch health care system, GPs act as gatekeepers for secondary care. We therefore feel confident that we have captured all medically attended AGE episodes.[] Studies also suggest that one of the nonstructural viral proteins may act as an enterotoxin, promoting active chloride secretion mediated through increases in intracellular[]

  • Sinusitis

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  • Sunburn

    As gross as it may seem, those flaps of skin act as a natural barrier to protect the injured skin beneath them.[] The festival also helped to debut more than a couple acts, with Kygo’s first appearance at the festival, Seth Troxler’s “first Indian performance,” and the debut of KSHMR’[] […] of 7 Take a (Cool) Bath Add a few ingredients to the water like lavender oil (relieves sting), baking soda (helps with irritation and redness), and apple cider vinegar (acts[]

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    The act of putting the head down between the knees temporarily adds mucous congestion in the lumen of the 2-3 mm wide tube and may provide temporary relief.[] The tensor veli palatini acts to dilate the lumen of the tube.[] Pregnancy alters opening pressures of the eustachian tube because of the change in surface tension; estrogens acting on prostaglandin E affect surfactant production.[]

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