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abort.htm Today in America, ourright to control our bodies is under attack. Religious groups and conservative politicians are eroding our freedom to make our own deasions about reproductive health. This year t
abuse.htm Subject: Child Abuse Complaints DATE: Wednesday, June 12, 1991 Health (ASH), Washington, D.C., (202) 659-4310 A MAJOR NATIONAL NEWS PROGRAM IS VERY INTERESTED IN IMMEDIATELY LOCATING A PHYSICIAN
aceinhib.htm IV. ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYME INHIBITORS The angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors are effective antihypertensive agents and have other indications as well. The 2 avail- able drugs in this g
acudetox.htm ACUPUNCTURE IN DRUG AND TOBACCO DETOXIFICATION Evaluation on the treatment of morphine addiction by acupuncture Chinese herbs and opioid peptides. Yang MM; Kwok JS Department of Physiology, Faculty of M
add.htm Attention Defecit Disorder By Jim Jacob Discovery BBS 818-353-0770 In 1902 a doctor named Still describe children who had behavioral problem which he termed "defects in moral control" and he recoginzed that
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alphblk5.htm D. ALPHA RECEPTOR BLOCKING DRUGS <tab5-2> 1. Prazosin: Prazosin is an a1-selective blocking drug. It is much more useful for the treatment of hypertension than the less selective ą- blockers phentolamin
angina.htm Table of Contents <file0> 2. ANTIANGINAL DRUGS BG Katzung & K Chatterjee I. General aspects of drug treatment of angina 1. Mech
ankle1.htm big2C32013 SPRAINED ANKLE text1228 For immediate relief, soak in bucket or shallow pan of cold water with ice cubes in it for around 15 minutes or for as long as is comfortable. Do this several
arrhythm.htm Back to main menu: ESC Back one screen: left arrow Back to Table of Contents: <file0> 3. ANTIARRHYTHMIC DRUGS BG Katzung & MM Scheinman ŚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
arthrit1.htm R00639199 big2C3219 A R T H R I T I S R00639199 text7424 HANDS AND FINGERS text643 To reduce swelling and lessen pain in hands and fingers, soak in a bucket of cold (comfortably cold) water for
arthrit2.htm text770 FOR THE ARMS text9417 STEP 1 text227 Massage across the underside of the wrists with slow kneading motions, working from thumb side to little finger side as shown. KV821422851830158 L131
arthrit3.htm text2053 FOR THE BACK text915 Press the points a- long sides of the spine (see picture) for 4 secs. each. Use firm pressure with your thumbs. If you are working on your self, press on the area
arthrit4.htm text79-1 For text910 FOR THE ANKLES text2610 Press the points in the hollows on both sides of the ankles, behind and a little below the anklebones. L37534168 L41683874 L38743477 L3477
arthrit5.htm text2750 FEET text9617 STEP 2 text2531 text128 Rub the entire foot surface. text9038 STEP 3 text047 Beginning at the base of the toes, press points on either side firmly, and rub in between the
arthrit6.htm text00 Arthritis will get worse the longer you sit around and baby the pain. Ask your practitioner to give you exercises SPECIFIFCALLY suited to the affected parts of your body. Research has fo
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atob.htm ACEBUTOLOL to BUTORPHANOL Select other Index sections? <C-D> <E-F> <G-H> Acebutolol <tab5-1 -Acebut> ŚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄæ Acetaminophen ³Index
back1.htm R00639199 big2C32012 BACK PAIN text2026 "Correct" posture is very important as a low-back pain preventive, especially while walking and sitting. Poor posture may place extra strain on the v
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back3.htm text500 THESE TECHNIQUES ARE FOR LOWER BACK AND OVERALL BACK PAIN text11716 STEP 1 text924 Working on each foot, one at a time, using moderate pressure for 15-30 seconds each, rub the entire arch
back4.htm R00639199 text1525 1. Find the indentations on the outside edge of the gluteals (buttocks). Press one side at a time deeply with the thumb for one minute, then rub circularly for two
bbad.htm R00639199 text718 Wouldn't it be great if there was a program with which you could create tutorials like this one? Perhaps you know all about tennis, or Chinese cooking or playing violin. You
betablk5.htm A. BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR BLOCKING DRUGS (also see Table <tab5-1>). Mechanisms: Reduction in cardiac output. Initially, this may be associated with a reflex increase in peripheral resistance. With chro
betablkp.htm Back one screen: left arrow Back to main menu: ESC IV. BETA-BLOCKING DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OF ANGINA Beta adrenoceptor antagonists are effective in preventing or reducing the incidence of attacks of angi
bike1.htm R00639199 big2C3198 The COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE HOME-OPERATED big2C32026 BICYCLE BUSINESS text1545 Wouldn't it be remarkable if you could have a business of your own that was fun, very profit- ab
bike2.htm R00639199 text1718 Used bikes are a great investment for the small investor. Even big investors can make a good profit with used bikes. We heard about a man who makes a good living
bike3.htm R00639199 text11525 Surprisingly, THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE HOME- OPERATED BICYCLE BUSINESS is not over $100. In fact, you can purchase it from ANOTHER COMPANY for only $9.95! (In US and Canada. $14.
cainhib.htm CARBONIC ANHYDRASE INHIBITORS These sulfonamide derivatives, though originally developed as diuretics, are now used primarily for glaucoma and high altitude sickness. Mechanisms The carbonic anhydras
calbck2t.htm Back one screen: left arrow Back to main menu: ESC CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS : TOXICITY Adverse Reactions and Overdose Toxicity: CV: Peripheral edema (especially with nifedipine), hypoten- sion, bradycard
calblock.htm Back one screen: left arrow Back to main menu: ESC CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERS : PROPERTIES Three calcium channel blockers are presently available in the USA: diltiazem, nifedipine, and verapamil. Their majo
calories.htm 100% BRAN CEREAL 269 100% NATURAL CEREAL, PLAIN 470 100% NATURAL WAPPLE + CINNAMON 459 100% NATURAL WRAISIN & DATES 451 40% BRAN FLAKES, POST 324 40% BRAN
cantad.htm R00639199 big5C31920 C A N ' T S L E E P text5648 For when you toss and turn but can't get to sleep, ANOTHER COMPANY offers CAN'T SLEEP, the computer program to relax you and make you feel sl
centrl5.htm B. CENTRALLY-ACTING ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS <tab5-2> Sympathoplegics that act in the central nervous system (methyldopa, clonidine, guanabenz, guanfacine) produce a moderate hypotensive effect that is usu
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cfs-n013.htm Ä Chronic Fatigue Syndrome <FIDO> (1:12533) CFS Ä Msg : 58 of 100 From : Roger Burns
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childbir.htm TO SEE YOUR BABY BEING BORN IS TO KNOW THE TRUE MEANING OF YUCKY A father who was in the delivery room strips the romanticism from "Natural Childbirth" By Dave Barry Let's take just a quick look at the h
chklisth.htm MANUAL 282588 283203823 HYPMAN5.ARC 1908 282108224 A-B 2988 281522396 ACEINHIB 3561 281576089 ALPHBLK5 9788 281629548 ANGINA 6439 281633624 ARRHYTHM 773 281585787 BETABLK.PRP 2194 281629564 BETABLK5 3374 28
cold1.htm big2C32011 TEN STEPS TO REDUCE COMMON COLD SYMPTOMS text11626 STEP 1 text335 With the thumb, press the low spots in between each verte- bra, starting at the skull and ending at spinal base. Press
cold2.htm text1261 STEP 6 text129 Press the hollows behind the earlobes for 5 to 10 seconds. L69436346 L63466247 L62476049 L61496350 L63506552 L65526253 L62535855 L58555358 L53585259 L535955
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compte16.htm R00639199 text1518 side, resisting any movement with your hand, again, holding the position for 20 seconds on each side. Step away from your computer. Shrug your shoulders up to your ears, ho
compte17.htm R00639199 text1616 3. Complete by grasping as much of the top of your left shoulder you can with your right hand, squeeze firmly for 7 seconds and let go quickly. Repeat on other
compte18.htm R00639199 text17020 MINDBODY BALANCE WITH SELF-ACUPRESSURE text17045 Self-massage very effect- ively lessens stress, slows the heart rate, strengthens the immunological system, and incr
compte19.htm R00639199 text1621 This massage technique will loosen tight muscles: Using a kneading motion, massage the face, (gently) then the scalp, working down through the neck, shoulders, arms,
compte20.htm text1520 4. Place four fingers into the middle hollow of the skull base and rub clockwise for three minutes. 5. Press the points right below and to the inside corner of the fingernails of th
comptr10.htm text1321 thought to be a more serious danger. For more information on the exposure hazards of magnetic fields, read Paul Brodeaus' CURRENTS OF DEATH. Instead of laying papers flat, use
comptr11.htm R00639199 text12439 ing glass screens can prevent glare and minimize eyestrain. Remind yourself to blink frequently to keep your eyes moist and comfortable during long stretches of work.
comptr12.htm R00639199 text1720 Leave them there while breathing naturally, deeply and fully for 3-5 minutes. This is very calming. Relaxing the eyes re- laxes your body and mind. Your chair should have
comptr13.htm R00639199 text1721 ventilation so you can). Remember if you are experiencing any numbness, pain or tingling, see your practitioner or physician immediately! You will gain by saving you
comptr14.htm R00639199 text1221 RELAXATION AND STRETCHING (Repeat all exercises 4 times) Here are some stretches you can do at your desk: Reach behind your chair and interlace fingers. Slowly lift chin up w
comptr15.htm R00639199 text1531 am now relaxing my feet. My feet ARE relaxed. Then move up to your calves, thighs, you get the picture, until you've covered every part of your body. When you get to yo
comptr2.htm text340 COMPUTER BREAKS - By taking a rest every hour, ( or less if your body says so!) you will actually accomplish more in a day. Do the exercises below, and you will feel more energetic. text163
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comptr4.htm R00639199 text1619 STRESS AND INJURY PREVENTION (FOR COMPUTER USERS) You hear so much about how to treat RSI (repetitive strain injury), carpal tunnel syndrome, and other VDT users' physical in
comptr5.htm R00639199 text1317 computer operator can make more than 12,000 strokes per hour; causing strain and swelling of the tendons in your wrists and hands. That inflammation can pinch the main ner
comptr6.htm R00639199 text1820 your eyes, especially if you have contacts), irritation, blurred vision, headaches and discomfort in your neck, back, shoulders and joint pain. Women are two to five
comptr7.htm R00639199 text2423 Stretching and exercises focusing on flexibility and strength building may be effective. Braces or wrist splints can protect injured tendons and force
comptr8.htm R00639199 text1520 Cataracts - Radiation from your computer screen has not been found to cause them. The levels known to cause cataracts are 10,000 times higher than those coming from a VDT.
comptr9.htm R00639199 text2015 out, massage them, anything but bending, twisting or straining your wrists or fingers. NOTE: use your entire hand while picking things up, not just the thumb and forefi
computer.htm big2C3194 Computer Ergonomics text021 If you spend long hours working or playing at your computer, you may experience certain discomforts that are unnecessary. By simple adjustments of your
crt-risk.htm C R T H E A L T H R I S K S Source: Paul Brodeur, "The Magnetic Field Menace," in "Macworld," July 1990, pp. 136-145. Via Toxbase. Various graphics appear in this magazine article. If you want a cop
ctod.htm CALCIFEDIOL to DIPHYLLINE Select other Index sections? <A-B> <E-F> <G-H> Calcifediol Calcium-Glubionate Calcium-Gluconate Calcium-Lactate Capozide <tab6-2 -Capozide > Captopril <tab5-4 -C
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dental2.htm text263 FOR INCOMING WISDOM TOOTH PAIN text415 Chew gum or bite down on a hard pretzel. This will help the tooth break through sooner than it normally would. If the pain is sharp and puls- ing,
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dig-chf.htm Back to main menu: ESC Back to last screen: left arrow Back to Table of Contents <file0> 4. Digitalis and Other Positive Inotropic Drugs Used in Congestive Heart Failure BG Katzung & WW Parmley ŚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
diuretic.htm 6. Renal Drugs: Diuretics And Other Drugs Acting On The Kidneys BG Katzung and David G. Warnock I. Agents that increase salt and
emerg5.htm V. DRUGS USED IN HYPERTENSIVE EMERGENCIES Hypertensive emergencies are signaled by signs of severe and rapidly progressing damage to several important organs: the brain (en- cephalopathy), the retina (he
end1.htm R00639199 big2C32011 W e T h a n k Y o u F o r T r y i n g big2C32035 N o n - M e d i c a l P a i n R e l i e f text4457 Non-Medical Pain Relief is shareware. You are invited to copy a
etof.htm INDEX: EDROPHONIUM to FUROSEMIDE Select other Index sections? <A-B> <C-D> <G-H> Edrophonium Enalapril <tab5-5 -Enalap
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eyesight.htm R00639199 big2C32016 H O W ' S Y O U R V I S I O N ? text3147 Do you wish you could see better? Would you like to try some exercises and find out whether you can learn to see clearly with
fartinfo.htm THE FACTS ABOUT FLATULENCE by Margaret C. McDonald Ever since my hearthmate banned me from eating black bean soup, I've been wanting to know the facts about flatulence. Why are some, uh, emissions approp
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feet1.htm big2C32012 SORE OR TIRED FEET text11162 First, soak your feet in hot water and Epsom salts or baking soda and sea salt for 10-20 minutes. Then massage each foot for 3-5 minutes with a firm, cir
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garagead.htm R00639199 big2C32014 GARAGE SALES FOR FUN AND PROFIT text2428 If you invest $10 in a money market account you will have a profit of $2 after a year. Instead, you could buy a $10 rocking chair a
general1.htm R00639199 big2C31710 SOME TECHNIQUES FOR GENERAL RELAXATION text728 THE FOLLOWING MASSAGE TECHNIQUE WILL LOOSEN TIGHT MUSCLES: text750 Using a kneading motion, massage the face, then the sc
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general4.htm text4-1 text82 If you have overworked yourself, rest a day, then exercise for shorter periods of time. Repeat the one day off, one day on schedule until the pain is gone. Pain from over- worked
general5.htm text92 THE TENNIS BALL TECNNIQUE The following technique is useful in the relief of minor muscular pain and tension: While laying on your back, place one tennis ball on one side of base of your spi
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gtoh.htm GEMFIBROZIL to HYDROXYZINE Select other Index sections? <A-B> <C-D> <E-F> <I-J-K-L> Gemfibrozil Gentamycin
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headache.htm big2C3128 HEADACHE text9325 For relief from headaches, and heaviness in the head caused by stress, over-exertion and long hours at the computer, do the following: text1083 Beginning at the h
headce2.htm R00639199 text1711 STEP 2 Double one ear over, starting with temples, apply pressure with index and middle finger every half-inch along the bony ridge down to the hollow be- neath the ear- lobe. R
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headce4.htm text112 STEP 6 Rub top of big toe for about 1 min. STEP 7 Massage fleshy part of thumb for one and a half minutes. text1071 STEP 8 Rub top two inches of thumb. STEP 9 Massage the temples, forehead, and sp
headce5.htm text3692 STEP 10 Massage behind both earlobes and entire ear. Do this for at least 30 seconds. STEP 11 Starting at the base of the skull, massage entire scalp with firmness. STEP 12 Massage your shoul
headce6.htm text21 STEP 14 To complete, soak in a tub of Epsom salts or equal parts of baking soda and sea salt (many beneficial minerals in sea salt). While bathing, take some very deep breaths, focusi
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hippoc.htm Internet Wiretap Edition of OATH AND LAW OF HIPPOCRATES From "Harvard Classics Volume 38" Copyright 1910 by P.F. Collier and Son. This text is placed in the Public Domain, June 1993. INTRODUCTORY NOTE HIPPO
ijkl.htm INDEX: IBUPROFEN to LYPRESSIN Select other Index sections? <A-B> <C-D> <E-F> <G-H> Ibuprofen Imipenem Imipramine
index2.htm I N D E X H E A D E R F I L E NOTE: This drug list is subdivided into sections for faster access to the drug of interest
intro.htm 1. Introduction: Selecting and Prescribing Drugs
intro-2.htm II.DRUG PRESCRIBING. After the best drug has been selected and a therapeutic regimen designed, a chart order (for patients in the hospital) or prescription (for outpatients) must be written. Chart order
intro1.htm R00639199 big2C16010 I n t r o d u c t i o n text2032 Many of us have learned to head right for the bottle of Aspirin when life's little aches and pains occur. This may not be good for
intro2.htm R00639199 text1926 Massage facilitates harmon- ious body function and restores one's self-healing abilities. Bodywork balances the entire system; leaving the person with glow of well-being. Acc
intro3.htm R00639199 text1021 that need to be changed. Some- times from tightness in the neck and back one can guess how some- one positions their body while sleeping. A mere change in posi- tion can eliminate
intro4.htm R00639199 text1525 is useful in recovery from major or minor muscle injurystrain. It increases blood and lymph flow, thereby bringing oxygen and nutrition to speed healing of minor muscular
intro5.htm R00639199 text1436 importantly, you will experience profound relaxation during and after a massage. More books to see: THE MASSAGE BOOK by George Downing, SHIATSU by Tokujiro Namikoshi, and A
intro6.htm R00639199 changepattern9 big2C32020 H I S T O R Y text1748 Massage is an ancient, timely art. Hippocrates praised it's therapeutic benefits. The first recorded use of massage was in
intro7.htm R00639199 big2C32017 S o m e G e n e r a l I n s t r u c t i o n s text2437 NOTE: Generally, points are pressed for two seconds each, unless otherwise indicated. Pressing the exact points for
ksparing.htm POTASSIUM-SPARING DIURETICS Mechanisms Potassium is normally secreted in the collecting ducts of the kidney, under the control of aldosterone and in proportion to the amount of sodium appearing in the
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loop.htm LOOP DIURETICS Mechanisms. The loop diuretics inhibit sodium reabsorption in the ascend- ing portion of the loop of Henle. Because this portion of the nephron is responsible for reclaiming 30-40% of the
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mechan2.htm Back one screen: left arrow Back to main menu: ESC MECHANISMS OF ANTIANGINAL DRUGS Nitrates: The nitrates cause selective smooth muscle relaxa- tion, probably by release of the nitric oxide (NO) group, w
mechan4.htm CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND DRUG MECHANISMS Pathophysiology Decreased cardiac contractility (depressed ventricular function curve): this defect is fundamental in congestive failure;
mechan5.htm REGULATION OF BLOOD PRESSURE Arterial blood pressure is a function of cardiac output and peripheral vascular resistance. Cardiac output is determined by the blood volume, venous tone, stroke volume, and
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more.htm R00639199 text2318 text1735 What goes on in our minds affects our bodies; according to Blair Justice, Ph.D. Be- liefs, thoughts and attitudes can alter hormones and neuro- transmitters
more2.htm R00639199 text1813 our resistance to illness. When stressed, thinking we must have power and dominance can affect the immunity. A hostile, cynical and distrusting atti- tude could contribute
mton.htm INDEX: MAFENIDE to NORINYL Select other Index sections? <A-B> <C-D> <E-F> <G-H> Mafenide Magnesia Magnesium-hydroxide
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neck1.htm R00639199 big2C32010 STIFF SORE NECK text1225 Apply cream or oil, then, using a firm, kneading motion simi- lar to a contented kitten's front paws, massage back and sides of neck with
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neck3.htm R00639199 big2C32017 For a Crick in the Neck text12235 Step 1 text745 To locate the exact trouble spot press the aching part lightly. text12466 Step 2 text875 Relax the area by warming with y
network.htm How to build your own ASCII hypertext network 1) Select the OPTION command of PC-Hypertext 2) Enter your word processor, this directory, and default file symbol (@ means the current displayed file) 3)
neural5.htm C. DRUGS THAT ACT ON THE SYMPATHETIC POSTGANGLIONIC NERVE TERMINAL <tab5-2> 1. Reserpine. Reserpine depletes norepinephrine from adrenergic nerve endings. Because it has serious toxicity when used in lar
nitratep.htm Back one screen: left arrow Back to main menu: ESC II. NITRATES Pharmacokinetics (see also Table <tab2-1>) Absorption: fast and short acting (sublingual, 15-30 min dura- tion), intermediate (oral or bucc
nitratet.htm Back one screen: left arrow Back to main menu: ESC NITRATES : CONTRAINDICATIONS and WARNINGS Hypersensitivity to nitrates (rare). Severe anemia (relative contraindication because vasodilation will furt
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osmotic.htm E. OSMOTIC DIURETICS Mechanisms Osmotic agents shift water between compartments because they are less permeant through biologic membranes than is water. Their own permeance varies from relatively high (
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pharm4a.htm DIGITALIS GLYCOSIDES: PROPERTIES Pharmacokinetics and drug selection Absorption: Nearly 100% of an oral dose of digitoxin and 70-90% of a dose of digoxin will be absorbed. Elimination: Digitoxin i
pharm4b.htm III. OTHER POSITIVE INOTROPIC DRUGS Amrinone, dobutamine, and dopamine are "non-digitalis positive in- otropic drugs" currently approved for short-term use in congestive heart failure. Pharmacokinetics (s
purpose.htm F1 KEY HELP; ESC MAIN SCREEN; HOME TOP OF FILE What is the purpose of this demonstration version? The demo version of the Hypertext Drug Manual is being placed on bulletin boards for 2 main purpose
qrs.htm QUINESTROL to SULINDAC Select other Index sections? <A-B> <C-D> <E-F> <G-H> Quinestrol Quinethazone Quinidine <tab3-1 -quinidine> Quinidine-gluconate ŚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ
radion01.htm R A D I O N I C S Radionics Definition: Radionics is the utilization of an unusual energy or energies in devices to produce natural phenomenon or effects. J.G. Gallimore Radionics: System of a
radion02.htm R A D I O N I C S O U R C E S After following the previous column of mine introducing you to 'Radionics' I am sure many of you who completed the experiments in that column have many questions about R
radion03.htm 'He who knows the Law of Vibrations knows all.' Hermes Trismegistus Discussion #3 on RadionicsPsychotronics: I now will discuss the central theme of radionics as it is practised by myself and others. Fir
radion04.htm Radionics Discussion #4 Topics: The Use of a Witness in RadionicsPsychotronics Use of Color, Herbs,and Gem Stones In Radionics Applications T H E L - F I E L D As professor Harold Saxton Burr once sta
radion05.htm The following is a excerpt from a lecture that was documented in a book that I own. It was a lecture given by professional radionics researchers. I do not know all the details of the device discussed, an
readmedo.htm HYPERTEXT MANUAL OF CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY DEMONSTRATION "Hypertext" has become a fashionable word in the computer world. The word refers to a technique for accessing information in a nonlinear and highly
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select2.htm Back one screen: left arrow Back to main menu: ESC DRUG SELECTION IN ANGINA A. Atherosclerotic angina: 1. Treatment of the acute attack: Nitrates: sublingual nitroglycerine or isosorbide. Calcium channe
select3.htm II. SELECTION OF AN ANTIARRHYTHMIC DRUG Selection of a drug in a complicated arrhythmia is often difficult because of the lack of knowledge regarding the exact mechanism of the arrhythmia. In some ca
select4.htm CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE: DRUG SELECTION Therapeutic Rationale Reduce salt and water retention: Diuretics are the first line drugs for use in most uncomplicated cases of congestive heart failure. (Restr
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symplegc.htm II. SYMPATHOPLEGICS A. į-blockers <betablk5> B. Agents that act in the central nervous system <centrl5> C. Agents that act on adrenergic neurons <neural5> D. ą-blockers <alphblk5> Sympathoplegic drugs are
tab1-1.htm Table 1-1. Classification of controlled substances. Based on estimated ad- diction liability. Modified and reproduced, with permission, from Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 3rd ed, 1987. _
tab1-2.htm Table 1-2. FDA pregnancy categories. The following definitions have been established to assign drugs to appropriate categories for use in pregnant women. Modified and reproduced from FDA Drug Bulletin,
tab2-1.htm Table 2-1. Clinical pharmacokinetics of nitrates and nitrites in the treatment of angina pectoris. Other vasodilators: <tab5-3>. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug codes <tab1-1> and the FDA pregnan
tab22.htm Back one screen: left arrow Back to main menu: ESC Table 2-2. Calcium channel blockers and beta-blockers used in angina. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety category
tab3-1.htm Table 3-1. Pharmacokinetic properties and doses of Group IA antiarrhythmic drugs. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety prescribing category codes <tab1-2> Calc
tab3-1a.htm Table 3-1a. Membrane properties of antiarrhythmic drugs. (See Table 13-1, Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 3rd ed, 1987) (To be implemented)
tab3-2a.htm Table 3-2a. Clinical properties of antiarrhythmic drugs. (See Table 13-2, Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, 3rd ed, 1987) (To be implemented)
tab3-3.htm Table 3-3. Properties of the Group II, III, and IV antiarrhythmic drugs. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety prescribing category codes <tab1-2> Calculate dos
tab3-4.htm Table 3-4. Properties of antiarrhythmic drugs with multiple channel blocking or other properties. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety prescribing category co
tab32.htm Table 3-2. Properties of the Group IB and IC antiarrhythmic drugs. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety prescribing category codes <tab1-2> Calculate dose for
tab4-1.htm F1 KEY HELP; ESC MAIN SCREEN; HOME TOP OF FILE; PgDn MORE TEXT LEFT ARROW LAST FILE; RIGHT ARROW or ENTER JUMP TO HIGHLIGHT FILE Table 4-1. Positive inotropic drugs used in congestive heart
tab4-2.htm Table 4-2. Therapeutic classification of subsets in myocardial infarction. (Reproduced, with permission, from Basic & Clinical Pharmacology, ed 3). (use Table 12-6 from B&CP, 3rd ed., page 149)
tab5-1.htm Table 5-1. Beta adrenoceptor blockers used in hypertension. Route of administration is oral unless otherwise noted. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety category code
tab5-2.htm Table 5-2. Sympathoplegic drugs used in hypertension. For beta-blockers, see Table 5-1. Route of administration is oral unless noted. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy s
tab5-3.htm Table 5-3. Vasodilators used in chronic hypertension. SR: slow release formulation. Administration is by the oral route unless noted. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy sa
tab5-4.htm Table 5-4. Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors used in hypertension. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety category codes <tab1-2> To calculate dose for overunder
tab5-5.htm Table 5-5. Some drugs used in hypertensive emergencies. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety category codes <tab1-2> To calculate dose for overunderweight patients:
tab6-2.htm Table 6-2. Contents and dosages of some thiazide-containing combination drugs. This book does not recommend the use of fixed dose combination for- mulations except under exceptional circumstances. Thes
tab6-3.htm Table 6-3. Clinical pharmacokinetics and dosages of the non-thiazide diuretics. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug (Rx) <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety category codes (B,C) <tab1-2> To calculat
tab6-4.htm Table 6-4. Clinical pharmacokinetics and dosages of ADH and its congeners and an ADH antagonist, demeclocyline. Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA pregnancy safety category codes
tab61.htm Table 6-1. Clinical pharmacokinetics and dosages of the thiazide diuretics. Combination formulations containing thiazides are listed in <tab6-2> Presc Cat contains the controlled drug <tab1-1> and FDA p
tendon.htm R00639199 big5C30320 TENDINITIS text2441 Tendinitis is persistent pain, commonly in the shoulder or elbow, brought on by repeated exertion. It is often called "tennis elbow." text18976 There i
thiazide.htm THIAZIDES This group consists of a large number of sulfonamide derivatives containing the benzothiadiazide ring system, plus several other sulfonamide agents that lack the thiazide ring system but nevert
throat.htm R00639199 big2C31922 SORE THROAT text18675 Gently gargle with warm salt water. Also, breathe through your nose, if it's not stuffed up. This keeps air irritants from getting at the throat, acc
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tox3.htm III. ANTIARRHTHYMIC DRUGS: ADVERSE REACTIONS AND DRUG INTERACTIONS Contraindications and Warnings Sick sinus syndrome, AV conduction defect: all antiarrhythmic agents should be used with caution. Com
tox4a.htm DIGITALIS GLYCOSIDES: ADVERSE EFFECTS AND TOXICITY Contraindications and Warnings: Arrhythmias: digitalis should not be used in patients with ventricular tachycardia or runs of complex ventricular prem
tuvwxyz.htm TALBUTAL to XYLOMETAZOLINE Select other Index sections? <A-B> <C-D> <E-F> <G-H> Talbutal ŚÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄæ Tamoxifen
vasodilr.htm III. ARTERIAL VASODILATORS The important vasodilators in the therapy of moderate hypertension are hydralazine and the calcium channel blockers. In severe hyperten- sion, minoxidil may be used. A. Hydralaz
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water.htm DRUGS THAT MODIFY WATER EXCRETION Mechanisms Antidiuretic hormone (vasopressin) and its semisynthetic derivative, desmopressin (DDAVP) act in the collecting duct of the nephron to in- crease its permeab

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