Prior to the differences between macronutrients and micronutrients, let us have the brief understanding of what exactly nutrients, micro and macro nutrients are: Nutrients Nutrients are chemical substances, present in the food which are required for all living organisms for their proper functioning of cells, tissues, organs and overall system of the body. It helps… Continue reading What are the differences between macronutrients and micronutrients?
Assimilation and acculturation are used to explain what occurs when two cultures come in contact for extended intervals. This lesson explains the gap between those closely related conditions and additionally, gives examples. Read more below: What Is Assimilation? Whenever two cultures come to more than casual contact, it is inevitable that they’ll both be changed.… Continue reading Assimilation vs Acculturation
The term “minimally invasive bunion surgery” is a very vague term that can include a wide range of surgical approaches to bunion treatment, such as the removal of all or part or all of the bunions. Nevertheless, it is loosely defined as a minimally invasive approach to a patient’s surgical procedure. It is important to… Continue reading Minimally Invasive Bunion Surgery
Cirrhosis is a progressive disease, meaning it gets worse over time. Once you have cirrhosis, there’s no way to reverse it. Instead, treatment focuses on slowing down its progression. Depending on how severe it is, cirrhosis can have an effect on life expectancy. If you have cirrhosis, there are several tools your doctor can use… Continue reading Cirrhosis of Liver Life Expectancy
When the prescribed drug regimen are implemented by the patients and Healthcare providers with mutual understanding, medication adherence can be achieved. Medication adherence is a term used when the patient follow the treatment procedures as prescribed.W.H.O defines Medication Adherence as “The degree to which the patient’s behaviour corresponds with the agreed recommendations from a Health… Continue reading Medication Adherence
Introduction Culturally deaf refers to individuals who identify with and participate in the language, culture, and community of Deaf people, based on a signed language. Deaf culture does not perceive hearing loss and deafness from a pathological point of view, but rather from a socio-cultural linguistic point of view, indicated by a capital ‘D’ as… Continue reading What is deaf culture?
The common medicines used in headache are: Paracetamol Ibuprofen Naproxen Codeine Aspirin Diclofenac Ketorolac etc. Generally, NSAIDs (Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs) are used in treating headaches. Sometimes Opioid analgesics are also prescribed depending upon the severity of the headache. Initially, the doctor recommends painkillers like Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen. If headaches are more than moderate, opioid analgesics are… Continue reading Medicines for headache
The code for unspecified cirrhosis icd 10 is K74.6. K74.3Primary biliary cirrhosis (Chronic nonsuppurative destructive cholangitis) K74.4Secondary biliary cirrhosis K74.5Biliary cirrhosis, unspecified ICD-10-CM Codes The code of cirrhosis icd 10 is given below: Chapter XIDiseases of the Digestive System (K00-K93) This chapter includes : K00-K14 Diseases of the oral cavity, salivary glands, and jaws. K20-K31… Continue reading cirrhosis icd 10
Someone lives on dialysis for 5-10 years on average. The life expectancy on dialysis depends on the other medical conditions you have and whether you come in all dialysis treatments or not. The average life expectancy on kidney dialysis is 5-10 years. However, many patients have lived well for 20 years to 30 years on… Continue reading how long can someone live on dialysis
If you have pneumonia, you will have the following common signs and symptoms : Coughing possibly production of sputum. In bacterial infection, the sputum is red-brown, yellow, and green whereas in viral and mycoplasma pneumonia the sputum is a thin whitish color. Sweating Fever and shivering chills. Chest pain that gets worse by deep breathing… Continue reading How do you know if you have pneumonia?