Archive for June 2011

Fever sometimes best left untreated

Posted by: admin on: June 18, 2011

How often we treat our patients with antipyretics? If we had a little patience to explain to our patients, the benefit of fever it would be far more worthy than just prescribing one to curb it. Fever is a protective symptom which should not be ignored but not be a cause for panic and treatment. […]

Perindopril for the treatment of hypertension

Posted by: admin on: June 18, 2011

The control of hypertension with perindopril amlodipine combination far supersedes, the so far considered effective combination of atenenol and diuretic. Here is the new study. Team@CMHF

Inappropriate sexual behavior in a geriatric population

Posted by: admin on: June 17, 2011

Inappropriate sexual behavior (ISB) is an important topic in geriatrics; etiologies remain unclear and evidence for the efficacy of treatment strategies is limited The aims of this study were to provide a description of the phenomenology of ISB in the geriatric population, to identify potential contributing factors, and to review the efficacy of interventions aimed […]

This trial is the first exercise study that focuses on fracture incidence as a primary study endpoint. Findings further increased the evidence that exercise relevantly prevents fractures in the elderly. INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of strictly supervised long-term exercise training on “overall” fracture incidence and bone mineral density […]

Stress incontinence post radical prostatectomy is a common sequel. Where conservatory methods & surgery are mostly done here is a study of duloxetine a drug which could be utilized to our benefit for the same. Team@CMHF

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