Medicine

Medicine has to do with diseases and conditions that affect the entire body. In this section, learn about testing and treatment plans including the medicines used to prevent and treat a range of diseases and conditions.

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What medicines aren’t safe for infants and toddlers?

Besides being careful about the medications you give your baby directly, be aware that harmful medications get passed on to a baby via breast milk, as well. Learn more about what medications aren’t safe for infants and toddlers from this article.

What do you need to know about NSAIDs?

NSAIDs are drugs that are used to reduce pain and inflammation. Learn the basics about NSAIDs in this article.

Alpha Blocker-diuretic Combinations

Alpha blocker diuretic combinations are pharmacological agents used to combat cancerous tissues. Learn more about alpha blocker diuretic combinations and why they are used to treat cancers of the body.

Blood Chemistry Tests

Blood chemistry tests can help identify what variables are causing a patient's illness. Learn more about blood chemistry tests with the help of the information in this article.

24-hour pH, or Stomach Acid, Monitoring

If you suffer from GERD your doctor can help your find treatment that's right for you. Check out more facts about acid reflux, GERD and ways to treat your illness.

Antacids

Your doctor may recommend an antacid to help with GERD symptoms. Learn about antacids and how they can help with GERD.

Barium Swallow

A barium swallow is a test used to detect strictures, or scar tissue, around the bottom of your esophagus. Learn what to expect from a barium swallow test.

Cytoprotective Barrier Agents

Learn about cytoprotective barrier agents, including possible side effects and drug interactions, in this article.

H2 Blockers

Learn about H2 blockers in this article.

Upper GI Endoscopy

Learn about upper GI endoscopy in this article.

What to Expect During ECT

ECT, or electroconvulsive shock therapy, involves electric current stimulation in the brain. Learn more about what happens during ECT.


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