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Evidence that ME/CFS is NOT a Somatisation Disorder by Andrea P. Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 May 2009 10:11pm 1 Comment Permission to Repost http://www.meaction uk.org.uk/ ME_CFS_is_ not_a_somatisati on_disorder. htm Evidence that ME/CFS is not a somatisation disorder Margaret Williams 26th April 2009 Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is not a somatisation disorder. That ME/CFS is not a somatisation disorder is ... Read on »
10 Ways to Increase Your VO2 Max by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 12 Sep 2009 10:01pm 1 Comment As a traditional yardstick to measure capacity for aerobic work, the VO2 Max is a considered by many endurance athletes to be the holy grail of fitness. While I completely disagree (for reasons given in an article posted HERE ), I do concede that VO2 max is an important factor in determining performance in training and racing. Since you co ... Read on »
Definition Of VO2 Max by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 5:50pm VO2 is a term that describes our body's ability to deliver and utilize oxygen. It is a term that is thrown around amongst athletes and doctors alike. To doctors, VO2 can serve as a predictor of mortality in cystic fibrosis or in patients with heart failure. To an athlete, the maximum VO2 uptake is important as a predictor of performance and a me ... Read on »
Definition of VO2 max: by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 11:39pm VO2 is a term that describes our body's ability to deliver and utilize oxygen. It is a term that is thrown around amongst athletes and doctors alike. To doctors, VO2 can serve as a predictor of mortality in cystic fibrosis or in patients with heart failure. To an athlete, the maximum VO2 uptake is important as a predictor of performance and a me ... Read on »
How to manage complete heart block during pregnancy ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 19 Sep 2010 11:34am For the lay public   the term complete heart block (CHB) often convey a sinister message . When  encountered in   pregnancy,  it is   frightening    for the  physicians as well .  One need not  say  . . .the anxiety to the Obstetrician ! Congenital complete heart block is the usual etiology. Though there are other important causes of CHB in ... Read on »
Children's Dental Expert Gives His Thoughts on "David After Dentist" Video by Dr. Helaine Smith Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 5:11pm As a dentist, I was mildly distuburbed after watching the David After Dentist YouTube video that's making the rounds of Twitter and the blogosphere. As of this writing, the video has over 9 million views. My friend, Dr. Lance Kisby, director of Pediatric Dentistry at Geisinger Hospital in Pennsylvania, however, was more than mildly d ... Read on »
Evidence That ME/CFS Is Not A Somatisation Disorder by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Jan 2012 9:18am This is not a new article. It was, in fact, written/published on 26 April 2009. I know when a doctor’s mind is closed, no evidence can change their mind. ME/CFS is not taught at medical schools, if it is, it isn’t taught properly. I’m posting this anyway as my mental protest against my new GP who has an opinion that my needs to u ... Read on »
How do you explain severe aortic stenosis with a systolic blood pressure of 180mmhg ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 31 Aug 2012 12:27pm That’s how  one of   the patient  presented  to our hospital .  An echo documented  severe aortic stenosis with a  peak aortic gradient of 80mmhg  and  a  bounding  systolic blood pressure of  180 mmhg . Is that an exception ? I recall the early days of medical school when  we are fervently   taught  that  systolic  blood pressure is pri ... Read on »
Best Tips to Improve Your Exercise Efficiency by FitnessBuff Posted Sun 25 Nov 2012 9:56pm Best Tips to Improve Your Exercise Efficiency Increase Cardiac Output One of the most important ways to improve your exercise efficiency is to increase your cardiac output. Cardiac output (CO) is defined as the product of the Stroke Volume (amount of blood pumped per heart beat) times the Heart Rate (Number of times the heart ... Read on »
Ischemic Chest Pain and Hypertension: Use of Adjunctive Anti-ischemic Therapy by Stephen Smith Posted Tue 07 Jan 2014 7:08am A middle aged male with several CAD risks has had several months of exertional angina relieved by rest and nitro.  He had the onset of chest discomfort at rest and presented by ambulance about 3 hours later with "severe crushing chest pain," with a blood pressure of 200/100 and pulse of 100.  The prehospital ECG cannot be found.  Here is his in ... Read on »