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7,226 Possible Causes for ice

  • Insect Bite

    But your best approach may be ice. The cold hard fact is that this cold hard treatment works. —Cynthia Graber [ The above text is a transcript of this podcast. ][] Top Home Remedies For Insect Bite Ice Apply ice on the affected area to get relief from pain, swelling and itchiness.[] You can apply ice to the bite. If the pain doesn’t go away, see your GP .[]

  • Sunburn

    […] such as paracetamol or ibuprofen for any pain cover sunburnt skin from direct sunlight until skin has fully healed do not use petroleum jelly on sunburnt skin do not put ice[] You can use ice to make ice water for a cold compress, but don’t apply ice directly to the sunburn.[] […] or ice packs on sunburnt skin do not pop any blisters do not scratch or try to remove peeling skin do not wear tight-fitting clothes over sunburnt skin You can ask a pharmacist[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Michelow IC, Olsen K, Lozano J, et al.: Diagnostic utility and clinical significance of naso- and oropharyngeal samples used in a PCR assay to diagnose Mycoplasma pneumoniae[] PubMed Google Scholar Kwong JC, Crowcroft NS, Campitelli MA, Ratnasingham S, Daneman N, Deeks SL, Manuel DG: Ontario Burden of Infectious Disease Study (ONBOIDS): An OAHPP/ICES[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    . – Avoid ice cubes, because they may be made from contaminated water. – Use bottled water to brush your teeth. – Avoid raw food — including peeled fruits, raw vegetables[] […] behavior themselves Avoidance of ingestion of water or food of unknown sources unless it has been boiled, cooked or peeled, respectively (water spring, unpasteurized milk, ice[]

  • Influenza

    […] removal of outlier IC 50 values.[] Virus Res 103:133–138 Google Scholar Herzog C, Metcalfe IC, Schaad UB (2002) Virosome influenza vaccine in children.[] Because precursor virus isolation in cell culture was unsuccessful, possibly owing to low viral load, it was not possible to generate precursor IC 50 values.[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Collected blood samples were placed at 20 C in vacuum blood tube on ice.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    PARTICIPANTS: A convenience sample of 30 IC users, aged over 18, using IC for at least 3 months who had at least one self-reported UTI since starting IC.[] If you collect the urine sample at home, place the sample in the refrigerator and then pack it in ice while traveling to the doctor's office.[] Encourage your child to drink plenty of fluids, but avoid beverages containing caffeine, such as soda and iced tea.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    You can either drink warm liquids, such as lemon tea with honey, or cold liquids, such as ice water. You could also suck on a fruit-flavored ice pop.[] Warm or iced drinks and ice blocks may be soothing. Avoid foods that cause pain when you swallow. Try eating soft foods such as yoghurt, soup or ice cream.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    All of the trials compared ICS/LABA combination inhalers with LABA and ICS as individual components.[] no ICS (SGRQ) Show forest plot 1 Mean Difference (Fixed, 95% CI) ‐2.86 [‐4.79, ‐0.94] 4.1 ICS users 1 Mean Difference (Fixed, 95% CI) ‐3.27 [‐5.62, ‐0.92] 4.2 Non‐ICS users[] Inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) versus long‐acting beta2‐agonists (LABA) by ICS and LABA Comparison 2.[]

  • Sinusitis

    "Basically, I stuck cold ice packs on my head for an entire day and spent the day in bed," Leighton says.[] Treatment Nonprescription pain relievers, ice packs, or warm compresses may soothe sinus pain; in severe cases prescription pain medicine may be prescribed.[]

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