With few symptoms in most cases, aneurysms are a form of “silent killer” that can sneak up on victims causing death or severe disability. However, when successfully diagnosed, such conditions can be treated with considerable success.
Archive for January, 2010
As far as medical technologies go, the bandages is not something that most of us would consider when thinking about advanced medicine. However, with much research being directed at creating a better bandage, we will soon be looking at bandages in a whole new light.
As the death toll in Haiti continues to climb, the media will focus considerable attention on the number of dead. While the deaths are a tragedy, it is important to remember the plight of the survivors and the health risks that they will face over the upcoming days and months.
Though having an irregular heartbeat from Atrial Fibrillation is not a direct threat to one’s health, the secondary conditions that can result are dangerous. In fact, secondary factors make this small fluttering of the heart very expensive to health systems worldwide.