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Atrial fibrillation (diseases)

Atrial fibrillation is a condition of the heart in which the atria, or the heart’s two upper chambers, beat irregularly. This puts them out of synchronization with the lower two chambers, the ventricles. The result is a chaotic and rapid heart rate, which causes the flow of blood to the more...

Colorectal cancer (diseases)

Our colon is an essential part of our digestive process. Its main functions include absorbing the necessary water and minerals that our body needs, and eliminating our body’s solid wastes. In a normal person with a healthy colon, digestion will take an average time of 12 to 24 hours, with more...

Congestive heart failure (diseases)

By definition, congestive heart failure is the heart’s inability to pump enough blood to allow for the body’s needs. Congestive heart failure typically stems from underlying conditions which either weaken or stiffen the heart, preventing it from doing its job. Some underlying conditions can be treated which will allow the more...

Echocardiogram (tests)

ECHOCARDIOGRAM DEFINITION An echocardiogram is a medical test that uses sound waves to generate images of your heart. It's typically used to enable your doctor to check out how well your heart is pumping blood and beating. These images can be used to discern different abnormalities in your heart valves and more...

Echothiophate iodide

Echothiophate iodide

Echothiophate iodide is a drug used for the treatment of a variety of eye problems such as glaucoma, ocular hypertension, and esotropia. What the drug primarily does is relieve the unwanted pressure in the ocular area by increasing the amount of fluids dr more...