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Anesthesia (diseases)

Anesthesia is an chemical used in the process of creating complete unconsciousness for the purposes of performing a medical procedure on a living creature. Anesthesia is made of two chemical bases, one to paralyze the body and one to induce a coma-like state. The use of anesthesia in medical procedures more...

Anorexia (diseases)

Anorexia, also known as anorexia nervosa, is a disorder in which the sufferer does not recognize their own true body’s appearance, and continuously starves themselves or restricts food intake to lose weight. An anorexic does not need to be terribly underweight, although doctors tend to diagnose anorexia once the patient more...

Anxiety (diseases)

Anxiety is both an emotional feeling and a disorder. Anxiety is a normal feeling and can be brought about by changes, uncertain situations, the knowledge that something is about to change, or an experience of uncertainty. However, when anxiety interferes with a person’s ability to function in everyday situations or more...

Aplastic anemia (diseases)

Aplastic anemia is a rare blood disease wherein the bone marrow cannot produce enough new blood cells to replace dying and damaged ones. Blood cells grow old and die over time. Red blood cells usually live for about 120 days, platelets for about 6 days while white blood cells do more...



Ativan, which is generically prescribed as Lorazepam, is commonly used to treat anxiety disorders, or can be used as a PRN dose for severe anxiety brought on by sudden trauma. Patients should avoid alcohol while taking Ativan. Patients should be made awar more...