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When dyspnea plays a dual act as “Anginal equivalent” . . . extreme caution is required in the bed side ! by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor pain  ?) Exertional dyspnea that stops immediately could be anginal equivalent. Dyspnea... dyspnea. (Exertional Mitral regurgitation is getting major attention now  )  In many patients...
What is the mechanism of dyspnea in Tetrology of Fallot ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor It is a combination of biochemical and  pulmonary receptor mediated dyspnea. 1. Hypoxia gets accentuated on exertion and it stimulates   chemoreceptors   located  in brainstem  as well as  aortic arch...
Is dyspnea due to “diastolic dysfunction” different from systolic dysfunction? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor No  body wouldn’t  ever have  differentiated   dyspnea with reference to  systolic and diastolic... of dyspnea is slightly different in patients with predominant diastolic dysfunction. Diastolic dyspnea...
1.7 Billion Super Computer Hours Awarded by the DOE–Biomedical Research Projects Included for Parkinson’s and Cancer by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven This was part of the INCITE project and the selected programs went through a peer review and 57 projects in all were selected with those needing and having the best potential benefit from the high powered servers. Recently
US Captures The Top Number For the Most Powerful Computer in the World–First Time Since 2009 - IBM Sequoia At the DOE Lab by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven This is a little break away from the normal healthcare blogs but it’s related as these supercomputers are in healthcare.  DOE even rents space out for other agencies and I wrote about that a while back.  Too bad our Congres
The Night Shift by Boards Medics Posted by Dr. Jane Doe. I'm on the night shift at the moment. Here in New Zealand junior docs generally do a week or two of nights as part of their rota for whatever service they're attached to. You are on days Monday to Th
Useless Fecking Female Doctors...time to make you all go away! by Boards Medics Posted by Dr. Jane Doe. There have been some major overhauls in the way students can gain entry to medical school in Ireland in the last year or so. I read about the proposals in the papers before I left Ireland, but didn’
The search for John Doe – Who’s running the queries (Algorithms) and wants to know by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven De-identification of data base material, it’s all in a query and who’s running it.  As far as I know, it’s not illegal to run queries and when matches are made, one has the rap sheet on any one of us.  De-identified data bas
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Out of Breath by Amy H. Patient Expert The " Elements of Effort" is one of my favorite running books. Modeled after Strunk & White's "Elements of Style" as a brief, everyone-should-own on the author's musings on running.  EOE is a compilation of reflections--som

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Symptoms ... athing, loss of appetite, shortness of breath during exertion, breathing faster or deeper, difficulty sleep ... » Read on
Symptoms ... st for some months, including coughs and shortness of breath on exertion. Most people recover completely within one year. ... » Read on