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Risk of HIV Transmission Among Healthcare Workers

ID-100148703The problem with a viral infection is the non availability of curative anti viral antibiotics or in other words at present there is no viral infection which can be cured with presently available medicines. Most common viral infections such as common cold or flu are managed symptomatically and fortunately infections like flu subside by itself with time and symptomatic management.

HIV infection is a fatal infection. An HIV infected individual will eventually succumb to the infection, although the duration of survival varies from person to person after contacting HIV infection. There are no antiviral medicines which can destroy or eliminate HIV from an infected individual. Not only HIV, at present there is no antiviral medicine which can effectively eliminate a viral infection, the way antibacterial antibiotics can eliminate bacterial infection. Read more…

Posted by - August 2, 2013 at 1:59 pm

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Spectrophotometers in Health Care

ID-10041924Spectrophotometry is quantitative measurement of the reflection and/or transmission properties of a material as a function of wavelength.  Spectrophotometry may involve in visible light, ultraviolet light or infrared light. Spectrophotometers can be single beam or double beam. Single beam spectrophotometers measures difference in light intensities between a test sample and a reference. Double mean spectrophotometers can compare/calculate variation in light intensities produced before and after inserting into the device.

Spectrophotometers are useful in medical field, for estimation of carbon concentration in organic matter; detect concentration of pentoses and for various researches etc.

Spectrophotometers in healthcare:

If you plan to set up a diagnostic medical lab it is important to get one spectrophotometer. Spectrophotometers are indispensible for a medical diagnostic lab. Spectrophotometers are useful for determination of solid particles in any liquid or suspension, especially in blood samples. Read more…

Posted by - April 17, 2013 at 11:37 am

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What Can I Expect from Rehab?

The fear of the unknown can prevent people from trying new hobbies, visiting new places – and seeking help when needed. Enrolling in a rehabilitation program can help change your life forever. It can help you forge a life based on sobriety and health, instead of alcohol and substances. However, the fear of the unknown can prevent you from pursuing an extremely rewarding way of life. Learning what you can expect from rehab can help mitigate this fear, since you will have more of an idea what you will be experiencing.

Bear in mind that each rehab facility will offer different treatment programs. Your dependency on drugs or alcohol will be entirely unique, and you will receive a unique treatment plan. However, there is a general format that most rehab facilities will follow, for example drug rehab programs in San Diego, CA.

Immediate Detox and Withdrawal Therapies

An inpatient rehab facility begins by detoxifying your body and providing treatment for withdrawal symptoms. Detoxification is the process in which all toxins and substances are removed from your body. Some facilities may require you to be clean and sober before entering rehab; others will provide assistance with this difficult area. Be sure to investigate their admission standards before enrolling in a rehab program.

Detoxification by itself is not a form of treatment; it will be coupled with behavioral-based therapies and medication.  This process coincides with addressing withdrawal symptoms. There are several methods of treating withdrawal symptoms: Read more…

Posted by - October 14, 2012 at 12:41 pm

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