A combination of good diet, conscious breathwork, and healthy lifestyle habits can do a lot to influence the symptoms and progression of the disea...
Mar 25 , 2019
For many people, the arrival of springtime is a wonderful thing. New blooms start popping up, the temperature will rise, and the whole world seems ...
Feb 13 , 2019
In recent years, people pay more attention to their own health. Among them, oxygen therapy and oxygen health care are gradually accepted and promoted as a new technology to enhance physical fitness and prevent diseases.
The emerging instrument of oxygen concentrator has also gradually emerged and showed a strong growth trend. Do you know who is best suited to use a home oxygen concentrator? At present, home oxygen concentrators have been widely used in cardiovascular diseases, cerebrovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, altitude sickness and altitude sickness, geriatric diseases, respiratory infections in children, sleep hypoxemia and gas poisoning and hypoxia. Cooperate with treatment; suitable for families, health stations, health centers, hospitals, nursing homes, dry places, beauty salons, fitness centers, bars, oxygen bars, hotels, plateau posts, sports training centers, etc.; students, white-collar workers, athletes, Elderly, pregnant women, fetuses, etc. for family and travel with mental and physical recovery, adjuvant therapy and physical care.
Nov 15 , 2018
A lung biopsy is a medical procedure performed to remove a sample of tissue from the lungs to determine the presence of lung disease or lung cancer. The procedure is done using an open or closed method. Closed biopsies are performed through the skin or trachea (windpipe) while open biopsies are done in the operating room under general anesthesia. Which method your doctor chooses will depend upon what part of the lungs the sample is taken from and your overall, general health.
The Four Methods of Lung Biopsy
A lung biopsy is performed using one of the following four methods:
Nov 15 , 2018
Pleuritic chest pain is caused by inflammation of the pleura – the tissues that surround the lungs and line the inner chest wall. This type of chest pain is characterized by sudden and intense sharp, stabbing, or burning pain in the chest when inhaling and exhaling. It’s exacerbated by sneezing, coughing, deep breathing or laughing. The condition that causes pleuritic chest pain is called pleurisy.
Causes of Pleurisy
When the pleura become irritated and inflamed, the two membranous pleural layers rub against each other like two pieces of sandpaper producing pain when you breathe. Causes of pleurisy include:1