If people stopped breathing. What to do?

If this happened literally before your eyes, you'll be able to save the victim. You have only 1 -2 minutes. If the brain of the victim will be without oxygen for at least three minutes, there comes a clinical death. Your actions: 1. Check the pulse of the patient, look to his face, chest and make sure that people don't really breathes. If not breathing, pulse absent, and the lips, cheeks, and ears of the victim acquires a bluish-gray tint. 2. If necessary, restore the patency of the respiratory tract: the breath can stop just because of the fact that his head hung down far forward Read more [...]
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Epileptic seizure. What to do?

Epilepsy — it is a disease of the nervous system in which happen sudden attacks. Signs: • If a strong attack of epilepsy the person loses consciousness and thrashing about. Sometimes one seizure follows another. • During the attack the hands and feet of the patient is frozen in a state of stress for a few seconds, and then the whole body begins to squirm in convulsions; on the lips appears foam. • After the seizure the patient for a few minutes is unconscious. Your actions: 1. Do not hold the patient, if he beats a fit, just try to release the space Read more [...]
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Encephalitis. What to do?

Inflammation of the brain.


• Headache, fever.

• Teremtenie neck and back.

• Stiffness of the muscles.

• Sleepiness.

• A high temperature.

• Sometimes convulsions.


• urgent doctor on call.

Furuncles. What to do?

Boils — this is a purulent inflammation of the hair follicle and the surrounding subcutaneous tissue. Appear usually boils on the face, arms, buttocks. Causes: • lack of hygiene, raw scratches, diabetes, blood diseases. Treatment: • if the boil is still small, lubricate it with antiseptic ointment; • if the head of the boil can not break through or on the body at the same time there was a lot of sores, consult your doctor; • if the boil has burst, put on the wound with a clean, dry bandage; • if the head of the boil for a long time Read more [...]
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Nerve entrapment of the spine. What to do?

Causes: The spinal column consists of separate vertebrae, separated from each other so-called intervertebral cartilage, which is degenerate with age and soften. The result is that the middle-aged man, the soft inner part of the cartilage may be issued from his hard top layer and put pressure on one of the nerves of the spinal cord. This causes pain, sometimes very strong. Often the pain can be sudden, especially after you lifted something heavy or abruptly straightened. But sometimes it comes gradually, starting with small attacks, which over time become more and more painful. Your Read more [...]
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The threat of miscarriage. What to do?

Spontaneous abortion (miscarriage) may occur after 4-5 weeks after conception. Signs: • From the vagina begins to ooze blood or appears ichor. • While this is only the threat of miscarriage and pregnancy can be saved, because the embryo remains in place. Follows: to contact the antenatal clinic and in hospital on conservation. If you are having episodes of pain, similar to generic, and starts bleeding, miscarriage is inevitable. Follows: put a woman in bed; to call an ambulance. Read more [...]
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The tetanus. What to do?

An acute infectious disease characterized by lesions of the nervous system, twitching muscles.

Infection occurs when the pathogen in the wound, mucous membranes.


• Malaise, fever.

• Pain in the jaw and difficulty swallowing.

• Headache and shortness of breath.

• Teremtenie body muscles, convulsive muscle contractions.


• urgent doctor on call and introduction of tetanus toxoid.

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The AIDS. What to do?

(ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME) An infectious disease that affects the cells of the immune system. The source of the disease — people infected with the virus. Transmitted through sexual contact, from mother to fetus during pregnancy and breast feeding, blood transfusion, various medical procedures, during which violated the rules of the sterilization of syringes, dental instruments, systems for blood transfusion. Signs: • within 2-4 weeks after infection and fever, the symptoms of sore throat, enlarged lymph nodes, liver, spleen, appears diarrhea and skin rash. Sometimes Read more [...]
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Blindness (Ambros). What to do?

Sudden loss of vision in one or both eyes may have different reasons, some of which are more serious, other — less. Migraine Suddenly appearing before his eyes bright spots, due to which it becomes difficult to see, can be due to migraine. Typically, the vision returned thirty minutes later with the onset severe headache. If this happened to you for the first time, consult your doctor who will advise you what to do in case of new attacks. Snow blindness Snow blindness threatens foremost mountaineers and tourists, who does not protect his eyes dark glasses, being among Read more [...]
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Scarlet fever. What to do?

Infectious disease transmitted by droplets, as well as through the items used by the patient. Signs: • Headache and muscle pain. • Lack of appetite. • The chills. • Lethargy. • The temperature rise. • Rashes on the skin and mucous membranes. • Cough, runny nose. Very often, scarlet fever occurs easily and remains unrecognized. However, after some time can be found with serious consequences: inflammation of the kidneys, inflammation of the middle ear, rheumatism, affecting heart. Treatment: • precise prescription. Read more [...]
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Heart attack. What to do?

Still a few weeks before the attack the patient may complain of indigestion, feeling very tired and panting. However, a heart attack always happens suddenly. Signs: • sharp pain in the chest radiating to one or both arms, neck and chin; • the patient is gasping for breath and sweating profusely, felt dizzy. How can we help? 1. If the patient is fully conscious, arrange it in a half upright position, placing something under the head and shoulders (for example, a pillow, a rolled coat and so on), and also fixed something similar under bent knees. 2. Call for Read more [...]
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The pig. What to do?

A contagious disease.


• A high temperature.

• Swelling of the parotid glands.

• Lethargy, lack of appetite.


• isolate the patient for three weeks;

• if you really tormented by the pain, give pain;

• to feed the patient only liquid food, so it was easier to swallow.

After the disease creates a strong immunity: mumps twice don’t get sick.

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Salmonellosis. What to do?


• A sharp rise in temperature to 38-40°C.

• Foul-smelling stools up to 10-15 times a day.

• Weakness, malaise.


• urgent doctor on call.

Disorders of the menstrual cycle. What to do?

Amenorrhea — absence of menstrual periods. Reasons: • y girls, have late sexual development; • amenorrhea during pregnancy; • amenorrhea postpartum; • amenorrhea during menopause. Dysmenorrhoea — painful menstruation, occurring in young women and nulliparous women. Signs: • Nagging pains in the lower abdomen. • Nausea, vomiting, headaches, fainting. Reasons: • functional disorders of the nervous system; • fatigue; • abnormalities of sexual life; • abnormal position of the uterus; Read more [...]
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Prickly heat. What to do?


• rash in the form of small bubbles with clear content in closed areas of the skin, and in skin folds.


• air baths and a cool shower;

• lubricate the affected place baby cream or powder them talc;

• wipe the skin boric alcohol;

• to avoid the heat.

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Poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis). What to do?

Acute infectious disease. The causative agent of poliomyelitis, is excreted in the faeces of the patient and may long remain in the liquid and solid products. The infection entered with dirty hands or food. Signs: • The temperature rise. • Upset stomach. • Strong sweating. • The sharp deterioration of the sensitivity, especially in the shoulders and head. • Sleepiness. • Headache radiating to the neck. Incubation period: • is 4-8 days. Treatment: • a week after the disease the temperature is reduced and the Read more [...]
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The meningitis. What to do?

Inflammation of the membranes of the brain and spinal cord. Transmitted from person to person by airborne droplets. Signs: • A sharp increase in temperature to 40°C and above. • Severe headache, accompanied by pressure on the ears, eyes and neck. With a sharp movement and bright light pain increases. • Nausea and vomiting, increased sensitivity of the skin, sometimes delirium and loss of consciousness. Your actions: • Urgent doctor on call. The disease is dangerous consequences (death can occur, and in case of recovery — deafness, blindness, Read more [...]
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Rubella. What to do?

Contagious and airborne. The patient is contagious for 2 weeks after the disease. I had been ill with measles develops a strong immunity. This acute viral infectious disease dangerous because in case it is women in the 1 to 3 month of pregnancy, rubella can become infected and the embryo, which in this case either dies, or is formed with a serious heart defects (microcephaly, deafness, cataracts, heart defects and other). That's why you need to protect pregnant women, not ill earlier rubella, from communicating with patients for a period of not less than three weeks, and in case of illness Read more [...]
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Urticaria. What to do?

Skin disease.


• the appearance of the skin pink traces plaques with white protruding means that cause severe itching.


• strict diet;

• cold compresses;

• anti-allergic tablets.

The measles. What to do?

Volatile infection. Measles, weakening the body, opens the way to other diseases and exacerbates chronic diseases that had leaked hidden. Often measles followed by pneumonia. Signs: • The temperature rise. • Cough, runny nose. • After 3-5 days, a rash behind the ears, on the face, and then on the trunk. Rash is a brown-pink, slightly convex point. • Eye redness, photophobia, pain in the eyes. Incubation period: • from 9 to 11 days. I had been ill with measles develops immunity. Treatment: • The patient was isolated and set Read more [...]
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