6 Important Side Effects of Antibiotics in Babies

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Side effects of antibiotics in babies are rarely discussed but just like other medications, antibiotics do have side effects on babies. Some side effects are mild while others are severe. In this article, we are going to focus on the 6 life-changing side effects of antibiotics in babies. There are many reasons why children may … Read more

4 worrying side effects of painkiller overdose

side effects of painkiller overdose

Paracetamol, ibuprofen and aspirin are common painkillers known to everyone with a tendency for headaches, back pains and other ailments. Studies have shown that the average Briton takes 373 painkillers a year. With so many people taking these drugs at a rate above what is considered safe, you have to query what is actually happening when you take painkillers even when you feel no pain.

Why Activated Protein C was Withdrawn in the Treatment of Severe Sepsis

activated protein C and sepsis

Xigris also known as Drotrecogin alfa (Activated) was a drug marketed by Eli Lilly (a drug company) and was used for the treatment of severe sepsis.  Activated protein C and sepsis were reported to go hand in hand (cure and disease respectively) however through other scientists trying to replicate the original study, they found out … Read more

4 Dangerous Helicobacter pylori Virulence Factors That Make it Better at Causing Disease

In this blog post I will talk about helicobacter pylori virulence factors and how this makes it a dangerous bacterium to encounter. I will also briefly cover the diagnosis and treatment of gastritis. Helicobacter pylori Virulence Factors That Make it Better at Causing Disease Helicobacter pylori is a highly motile gram-negative bacterium transmitted via the … Read more

primary and secondary haemostasis

Haemostasis is the process of changing blood from a fluid to a solid-state to reduce blood loss after vessel injury. Haemostasis also involves maintaining blood in a fluid state when there is no injury. Haemostatic balance is maintained by regulating levels of procoagulants which promote coagulation, anticoagulants which inhibit coagulation and fibrinolysis which is the … Read more

Diseases and disorder that cause jaundice

What is jaundice? Jaundice is the yellow discoloration that can be seen in the skin and the sclera of the eyes when there is an accumulation of bilirubin in tissue. Bilirubin is a chemical that is formed from the removal and breakdown of old red cells by the reticuloendothelial system. Hemoglobin in red cells is … Read more