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NAPROXENO para que sirve  ALGO TAN NECESARIO..!
 
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EN DEFINITIVA ES BASICO PERO MUY UTIL CONOCER MAS.
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Turmeric - A Natural Alternative to Harmful NSAIDs, by Gold Source Labs
 
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http://GoldSourceLabs.com/TURMERIC In this brief video, we'll describe exactly what NSAID's are, the risks of using them, and we'll offer some safe, natural alternatives. http://GoldSourceLabs.com/TURMERIC What are NSAIDs? NSAID is an acronym which stands for Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug. NSAID's are both commonly prescribed by doctors as well as available in over-the counter forms. Some popular over-the-counter NSAIDs are naproxen sodium, ibuprofen and even aspirin. Their use supports a billion dollars industry with over 30 billion doses taken each year. How Do NSAIDs Work? NSAIDs work by inhibiting the body's COX-2 enzyme, which produces hormones called prostaglandins. Prostaglandins are one way the body deals with injury, and one process they control is inflammation. By inhibiting the COX-2 enzyme, and therefore the production of prostaglandins, NSAID's can reduce inflammation. The Risks of Using NSAIDs However, the same prostaglandins that control inflammation in the body are also responsible for protecting the lining of the stomach. Even when taken properly, long term use of NSAIDs and the continuous blocking of prostaglandins eventually leads to the deterioration of the stomach lining, ulcers and, in severe cases, potentially fatal gastrointestinal bleeds. The toxins created when NSAIDs pass through the liver and kidneys has been shown to be so toxic to these organs that people with pre-existing liver or kidney problems risk potential kidney and liver failure. New studies show that NSAID's also delay bone healing, which is especially dangerous for the elderly, as well as cause hypertension and atherosclerosis, increasing the risk of stroke and heart attack. Safe Alternatives to Using NSAIDs Physical therapists use a number of techniques to treat pain and inflammation, including: ice or heat as well as therapy which alternates cold and heat, TENS electrical nerve stimulation, traction and decompression therapy, deep tissue massage, and acupuncture. Safe, Natural Turmeric Many foods have also been shown to reduce inflammation, such as cayenne, garlic, ginger, and turmeric. Of these, turmeric has been shown to be the most effective at controlling inflammation and joint pain. Turmeric is a spice derived from the root of the Curcuma longa plant that is native to India. The spice has been used for thousands of years as both a food and medicine for aches and pains, liver conditions, skin disorders, stomach and intestinal disorders, sprained muscles and more. Turmeric's Benefits The compound in turmeric that gives it most of it's medicinal qualities is curcumin. Instead of causing damage to the stomach the way NSAIDs do, turmeric and curcumin support proper digestion and a healthy stomach lining. Not only does turmeric reduce inflammation by blocking prostaglandins, it's also very effective as a pain reliever, working by inhibiting the neurotransmitter which carries the body's pain signals. And turmeric's powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties also contribute to the death of unhealthy cells, which suggests that turmeric may provide protection from cancer. New studies suggest that it may even guard against the development of Alzheimer's Disease. Side Effects of Turmeric Other than mild stomach distress with larger amounts, known negative side effects are virtually non-existent. However, it is also effective as a blood thinner and known to lower blood pressure, so this may be an issue with some people. Turmeric Supplements Many people love the taste of curries distinctive of Indian food. However, if you are not fond of turmeric's taste, a turmeric curcumin supplement is a great option for avoiding NSAIDs without the need to cook with turmeric. Some turmeric supplements, such as that offered by Gold Source Labs, also contain a turmeric extract that contains higher amounts of curcuminoids than the turmeric spice alone. These derivatives of curcumin are more soluble, making them much more bioavailable to the body, and also increase both the anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of our formula. A turmeric supplement is a great way to reduce pain and inflammation without the use of NSAIDs, and support many other aspects of your health. We hope you've enjoyed our video on Turmeric - A Natural Alternative to Harmful NSAIDs, and as a special limited-time opportunity, we're providing a 15% discount on our best-selling natural pain reliever and anti-inflammatory today: Turmeric with Extract Containing 95% Curcuminoids Just go to http://GoldSourceLabs.com/TURMERIC, enter coupon code: GSLTUR15 and you'll save 15% off our current sale price. ORDER TODAY!
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Tonicity adjustment with E-value Method
 
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Topic: Pharmaceutical Calculation Chapter: Colligative properties of solution and isotonicity The sodium chloride equivalent method (aka NaCl e-value method) is the most popular method of rendering an ophthalmic preparation isotonic. This video discusses the following: a) The concept of e-value of a drug. b) The general structure of questions that appear in NAPLEX and Pharmaceutics quizzes. c) Steps you need to follow to solve these problems. d) Making a preparation isotonic with the help of non-sodium chloride tonicity-adjusting agents, such as boric acid. This is an education video only. Anyone can distribute and use for educational purpose. No rights reserved by me. I like to thank Bensound (www.bensound.com) for their kind permission to use this royalty free background music. Note: the term "tonic" is used as a part of isotonic, hypertonic, hypotonic adjectives. However, 'tonicic' too is used as adjective when we mean strength or equivalent amount of something. This is not a typo in this video. Pages 175, 179, 182 of Ansel's Pharmaceutical Calculation (14th ed) have this term mentioned. Thanks for watching. Mamoon Rashid, PhD Appalachian College of Pharmacy
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Extracting Lidocaine from Anal Lubricant
 
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Apparently I can't monetize this video because Youtube doesn't like the word "lidocaine." So, if you liked it, please donate because I had to buy this lube twice at the good Canadian price of $40 each time. Yes, I spend $80 on anal lube... (not including the $20-$30 i spent on trying to extract from other products). Oh my god. That moment when you realize your video cost yoy $100+ (CAD, aka monopoly money). In this lovely video today, we will be extracting lidocaine, a local anesthetic, from anal lubricant! I wonder if anal lube sales will go up after this... My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2448989&ty=h My crummy Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Nile-Red-1648800202046876/timeline
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Antiinflamatorios, analgésicos y corticoides para dolor de espalda, muscular y articular
 
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En el mundo se toman a diario millones de dosis de antiinflamatorios y analgésicos para disminuir el dolor. No solo es algo ciego a las verdaderas causas y soluciones de los problemas musculares y articulares sino que a medio plazo favorece las inflamaciones y la aparición de otras muchas consecuencias de su abuso. Puedes ver mucho más aquí: MAS FISIOTERAPIA DEPORTIVA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYH6Mki3rVo&list=PL9EFHeQqoLmu3p-uMnxyTGiuyOOHIgfLH Puedes ver mucho más aquí: MAS EJERCICIOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yy_NE7qJgSs&list=PL9EFHeQqoLmsp9ynCYZTUvj_WK1OxURbF MAS ESTIRAMIENTOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZ0m8rc1oRM&list=PL9EFHeQqoLmt4WtWrJCUS0An56laAFswU MAS EXPLICACIONES: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yy_NE7qJgSs&list=PL9EFHeQqoLmtN1mRq9TJvAH35ZUR91TdG MAS FORTALECIMIENTO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yy_NE7qJgSs&list=PL9EFHeQqoLmsY2f56TxTay7EkU8oSwti4 MAS HIPOPRESIVOS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUqRrsa2hyM&list=PL9EFHeQqoLmuz9B1Q0GVZ7_ymnogvc-IQ Muchos analgésicos no deben usarse si hay una disminución de la función renal, ya que reducen el flujo de sangre al riñón. Además, el uso a largo plazo con dosis más altas puede dañar los riñones normales. Es importante darse cuenta de que, aunque útil, estos medicamentos no son completamente sin riesgo, y deben usarse con cuidado. La enfermedad renal relacionada con analgésicos se puede prevenir. ¿Cuáles son los analgésicos? Los analgésicos son medicamentos que ayudan a controlar el dolor y reducir la fiebre, y algunos tipos también disminuyen la inflamación. Ejemplos de analgésicos que están disponibles sin receta médica son: aspirina, acetaminofeno, ibuprofeno, ketoprofeno y naproxeno sódico. Analgésicos recetados fuerza también están disponibles. Algunos analgésicos contienen una combinación de analgésicos ingredientes en una pill- como la aspirina, el paracetamol y cafeína que se han relacionado con enfermedades del riñón. Estos no son tan fácilmente disponible como en el pasado. ¿Pueden los analgésicos daño riñones? Consulte con su médico para asegurarse de que usted puede usar estos medicamentos con seguridad, especialmente si usted tiene enfermedad del riñón. El uso pesado o largo plazo de algunos de estos medicamentos, como ibuprofeno, naproxeno y la aspirina a dosis más alta, puede causar enfermedad renal crónica conocida como nefritis intersticial crónica. Las etiquetas de advertencia en over-the-counter analgésicos dicen que no utilice estos medicamentos durante más de l0 días para el dolor y más de tres días para la fiebre. Si usted tiene dolor y / o fiebre por más tiempo, debe consultar a su médico. El doctor puede detectar posibles problemas médicos y aconsejarle sobre qué medicamentos debe tomar. Si usted tiene disminución de la función renal, no se recomiendan analgésicos llamados AINEs (ver más abajo) y aspirina a dosis más alta. Incluso con una función renal normal, se debe utilizar analgésicos: Mi doctor me recomendó que me tomo una aspirina todos los días para prevenir los ataques al corazón. ¿Esto dañar los riñones? ¿Qué analgésicos son seguros para las personas que tienen enfermedad renal? El paracetamol sigue siendo el fármaco de elección para el uso ocasional en pacientes con enfermedad renal a causa de complicaciones hemorrágicas que pueden producirse cuando estos pacientes el uso de aspirina. Sin embargo, los pacientes renales que necesitan usar acetaminofén habitualmente deben ser supervisados ​​por sus médicos y asegúrese de evitar el consumo de alcohol mientras esté tomando este medicamento. ¿Cuáles son los AINE? ¿Son seguros para tomar? Los fármacos antiinflamatorios no esteroideos (AINE) son un grupo específico de calmantes para el dolor. Algunos de los AINEs están disponibles en el mostrador. Esto incluye diferentes marcas de ibuprofeno, el naproxeno sódico y ketoprofeno. Los AINE son generalmente seguros para el uso ocasional cuando se toma según las instrucciones, pero si usted ha conocido disminución de la función renal, que debe ser evitado. Estos medicamentos sólo deben usarse bajo el cuidado de un médico por los pacientes con enfermedad renal, enfermedad del corazón, presión arterial alta o enfermedad hepática o por personas que son mayores de 65 años o que toman medicamentos diuréticos. AINE puede causar un mayor riesgo de insuficiencia renal repentina y daño renal incluso progresista. Tengo artritis. ¿Qué analgésicos puedo tomar que no le hará daño a los riñones? ¿Cómo puedo saber si los analgésicos han afectado los riñones?
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