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Some Commonly Used Tumor Medications

Tumors are benign or malignant. Although different from malignant tumors that are cancerous, benign tumors can also cause serious health problems and need to be treated if they are near or putting pressure on vital organs, such as blood vessels. Find out what tumor drugs are commonly used to treat this condition. Tumors or neoplasms are cells that grow abnormally, and in most cases, do not endanger the health of their owners. Tumors better known as benign tumors. However, benign tumors will require tumor drugs if the symptoms are considered to cause interference to the body, such as malignant tumors or cancer. Meanwhile, malignant tumors can invade surrounding healthy tissue, even other parts of the body that are located far away, such as cancer cells. The cause of the tumor is not yet clearly known, but the growth of tumor cells is influenced by several factors such as radiation, toxins or toxins, genetic congenital, diet, physical or psychological stress, to infection or inflammat
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Child Protection Tips to Avoid Disease

All parents would want to keep their baby healthy. Providing child protection so that they don't get sick easily is quite easy. Children under the age of 2 years can catch colds 8-10 times a year. The more he gets older, the more often he gets colds. For example, preschoolers can have nine colds and kindergartners can experience 12 colds a year. Even if it's just a cold, Mother and Father will certainly worry if Little One is sick. Especially if it turns out your baby is suffering from a more severe disease. Come on, build a wall to protect children from various diseases with the following easy way. Immunization Protection of children from bacterial or viral diseases can begin with immunization or vaccination. The vaccine contains antigens that cause disease. But the antigen in the vaccine has been turned off or weakened so that it cannot cause disease. Although weak, the antigen is strong enough to make the immune system produce antibodies. Through vaccination, children

Dextrocardia, Congenital Heart Disorders and How to Treat it

A normal human heart is located on the left side of the chest. In dextrocardia (dextrocardia), the heart is on the right side of the chest. Generally occurs since the baby is born or congenital conditions. In dextrocardia it is possible that other organs such as the liver and spleen are also located upside down. The opposite condition that occurs, allows problems arise with these organs. Often accompanied by other congenital abnormalities Actually cases of dextrocardia are very rare, only one percent of the total number of babies born. Generally dextrocardia has no specific symptoms, the heart develops normally without interference, there are only differences in location. But in some cases, heart abnormalities can be found due to this abnormal location, even accompanied by abnormalities in other organs of the body. Congenital heart disease that can accompany dextrocardia include abnormalities in the heart valves in the form of ventricular septal defects or ventricular septal def

Understanding Post Normal Childbirth Seams and How to Care for Them

Normal postnatal suture is required when the perineum or the part between the anus and vagina is torn or deliberately cut to give birth to the baby. When a baby is born, he needs enough space to get out of your body. When straining, this strong pressure can cause tears in the birth canal. An episiotomy is usually done when the baby needs help during labor such as forceps, or if he needs to be born quickly. Usually, episiotomy can heal within 1-2 weeks after delivery. However, there are times when the tear opens again or it can take up to six months to heal completely. In addition to being torn or cut, the perineum can also experience bruising due to the pressure of the baby's head during labor. This condition can generally subside by itself. However, a swollen bruise, called a hematoma, needs to be treated by removing a blood clot. Tear Rate These perineal tears can be grouped into several levels according to their size or depth, namely: Level one: tears occur until the skin

Get to know the very rare Cri Du Chat syndrome

Have you ever heard of Cri du Chat syndrome? Cri du chat syndrome is a genetic condition, also called cat syndrome or 5P - (minus). This is a condition of chromosome number 5 loss or deletion. Cri du chat syndrome is a very rare condition, but one of the most common syndromes caused by chromosome deletion. The name of this syndrome is based on the cry of a high-pitched baby and sounds like a cat. Cri-du-chat itself comes from the French language which means "cat crying." These Symptoms of Cri Du Chat Syndrome This syndrome has distinctive signs, including high-pitched sounds (crying) like a cat in infancy, with growth failure, experiencing microcephaly, facial abnormalities, and mental retardation throughout his life. This baby with Cri du Chat syndrome produces a high-pitched cry that sounds like a cat. The larynx develops abnormally due to deletion of chromosome number 5, which affects the child's crying sound. This syndrome is more visible at the age of children