side effects of painkiller overdose

4 worrying 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.

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

Diseases and disorder that cause jaundice

What is jaundice? Jaundice is the yellow discolouration that can be seen in the skin and the sclera of the eyes when there is accumulation of bilirubin in tissue. Bilirubin is a chemical that is formed from the removal and breakdown of old red cells

Welcome to my blog!

Hi, and welcome to my blog! My name is Josh and I am a university student studying biomed. I created this blog to share what I have learnt so far in a (hopefully) easy to understand manner, and to simplify topics that I found difficult