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  • Insect Bite

    […] the basis of our clinical findings and experience with this patient population, we propose a set of principles (termed "SCRATCH") as clinical features to aid clinicians in making[] Some people benefit by mixing at least two of these oils together to make a bug bite concoction. Just make sure that you are safely and correctly using essential oils.[] Make sure it is not touching you (you could be bitten through the net).[]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    […] or failing to make progress toward their goals.[] Adjusted prevalence odds ratios were used to make comparisons.[] The danger of a rapid downhill clinical course with mortality due to suppurative mediastinitis makes early diagnosis of critical importance.[]

  • Sinusitis

    If you have allergies, make an extra effort to keep them under control because they can make sinus infections more likely. Is Sinusitis Contagious?[] The Diseases Database is not a diagnostic or clinical decision-making tool. The medical information is intended for background reading and general interest.[] Transnasal endoscopy was performed for maximum debulking of tissues infiltrated by fungi in the nasal cavity and orbit, before making an incision into the palpebral conjunctiva[]

  • Sunburn

    “Introducing various make-ups through dirty sponges or brushes will only increase your risk for infection or allergic reaction, which will ultimately make it all uglier,”[] Lotions that have something called aloe vera in them help make your skin feel better.[] Don’t believe these sunscreen myths that make dermatologists cringe .[]

  • Influenza

    Also, because the cumbersome classical reassortment technique used for preparing the appropriate seed strains makes the yearly process of manufacturing influenza virus vaccines[] These are problems that can make flu symptoms worse.[] Therefore, these proteins make attractive targets for the design of drugs to halt the progression of the virus.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    That means you have smaller openings for air to flow, which can make it harder to breathe.[] Certain factors make it more likely for a cold or flu to turn into bronchitis.[] However, due to the limitations of methodological quality of the included trials, it is difficult to make a conclusive recommendation about TRQ treating patients with AB.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    BACKGROUND: Urinary tract infection (UTI) is very common in patients with urolithiasis, which makes the treatment of urolithiasis complicated, even dangerous.[] Institutions and caregivers also need evidence-based synopses of current evidence to make informed patient care decisions.[] The Diseases Database is not a diagnostic or clinical decision-making tool. The medical information is intended for background reading and general interest.[]

  • Dementia

    […] impaired decision making.[] In the internal departments of regional hospitals, there is a room for adjustment of the care plan, for comprehensive assessment of the patient and for making crucial decisions[] When such problems arise, family members are often faced with making a decision regarding the placement of a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube.[]

  • Skin Infection

    ‘If you wear makeup PLEASE make that a step in your cleansing routine!!![] The make-up enthusiast is now raising awareness of the danger of staph infections, and warned women to take better care of their make-up brush hygiene.[] Abstract Skin infection with Mycobacterium marinum can rarely spread to deeper structures, making it more difficult to treat.[]

  • Pharyngitis

    CONCLUSION: Clinician judgement and Centor score are inadequate tools for clinical decision-making for children presenting with sore throat.[] The main job of the practitioner is to make an accurate diagnosis and provide appropriate treatment in timely fashion in order to prevent acute rheumatic fever.[] Positive predictive value for clinician decision-making for a positive GAS swab (bacterial infection) was 29% (95% CI 17-43), negative predictive value 78% (95% CI 63-88).[]

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