Sepsis

Sepsis

What is Sepsis? Sepsis, also known as septicemia, is an extreme response to an infection. Your body sends a flood of chemicals into your bloodstream to fight the threat. This causes widespread inflammation which, over time, can slow blood flow and damage your organs....
ECG

ECG

ECG Heart disease is one of the main causes of death in the world at present. One way to pick up a possible problem with your heart is on an ECG. An exercise electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) is a test that checks for changes in your heart while you exercise. Sometimes...
Secondary Drowning

Secondary Drowning

Secondary Drowning Secondary drowning is something that you don’t hear about often, but it can be fatal, especially to small children, and can happen in a pool, the ocean, or even in the bathtub. Sometimes a child might have a near drowning experience and inhale a...

Pin It on Pinterest