Posts Tagged ‘kidneys’
The GGT (gamma glutamyl transpeptidase) are enzymes naturally present in the liver, kidneys, pancreas. A rate abnormally high GGT may indicate a problem with these organs, such as hepatitis or biliary obstruction. But an excess of gamma GT may also indicate an alcohol chronically. Read the rest of this entry »
Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease
The syphilis is an infectious disease highly contagious sexually transmitted.
The unprotected sex (a condom ) with an infected partner are responsible for transmission between humans.
The causative agent of syphilis is a bacterium called Treponema pallidum. Read the rest of this entry »
Alcohol is a clear, colorless liquid that is found in beer, wine and spirits. What you drink is ethyl alcohol or ethanol (C 2 H 5 OH). Although traditionally considered a depressant, alcohol is present in a wide range of contradictory effects. It depresses or stimulates, excites and calms. Previously, alcohol was used medicinally to relieve pain, reduce fever or relieve stomach cramps. Read the rest of this entry »
As the air temperature rises, our body manages to keep cool by evaporating sweat, but very hot days and humid evaporation of sweat is slow and insufficient to lower body temperature, is so many bodies at high temperatures operate improperly having an imbalance in the body, which is why heat stroke if not treated early can cause severe damage to the brain and kidneys.
When body temperature exceeds 40 degrees Celsius and is accompanied by strong and rapid pulse, which soon becomes weak, while respiratory rate decreases, we face the Heat Stroke. Read the rest of this entry »
The circulatory system of the human being has the heart , arteries, capillaries and veins, blood is pumped by the first and circulates through the arteries, capillaries distributed to, once used, be returned to the heart by veins.
The blood flows with a tension or pressure, depending on how hard the heart behind it and also the reluctance of the arteries.
Hypertension affects more than 22% of the adult population. The condition has serious health implications for sufferers, as well as costly medical treatments to control it. Read the rest of this entry »