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Intracardiac electrophysiology study (EPS)
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Intracardiac electrophysiology study (EPS) is an invasive test that allows doctors to determine the details of abnormal heartbeats, or arrhythmias. See also: Cardiac ablation procedures

Cystometric study
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Cystometric study measures the amount of fluid in the bladder when you first feel the need to urinate, when you are able to sense fullness, and when your bladder...

Blood flow studies
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Blood flow studies measure blood flow and pressure

What types of treatments are available for osteoarthritis?
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There are over-the-counter and prescription medications used to relieve the pain stemming fromosteoarthritis. There are several alternative therapies for osteoarthritis, some used to slowthe progression of the disease, and others ...

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What's the difference between phenylephrine and pseudoephedrine? Do they work the same?
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Both pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine are decongestants used to treat nasal congestion due to allergies, colds, sinus infections,etc. Since pseudoephedrine can be made into methamphetamine, the U.S. Senate passed a billrestrictin...

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What should I do to prevent gout attacks in the future?
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Uric acid is a natural byproduct of when your body breaks down purines. Foods like organ meats,anchovies, herring, asparagus and mushrooms that are especially high in purines can cause uricacid build-up. Uric acid normally dissolv...

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Will my husband's medication affect a developing fetus while trying to conceive?
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Due to the lack of available information, it may be best to wait on attempting to conceiveuntil after the drugs are out of his system. When a clinical study on a medication isconducted, the amount of drug that goes into the semen ...

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What are the side effects of flaxseed?
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There are very few side effects linked to flaxseed . Historically used as a source of fiber, flaxseed is available inpowder, oil and capsule form. Flaxseed oil (also called linseed oil) comes from the seeds of theflax plant. Flaxs...

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What is a contraceptive sponge?
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A contraceptive sponge ( Today? Sponge ) is a birth control device that'sinserted deep into the vagina before intercourse. It contains a spermicide, which kills sperm,as well as nonoxynol-9, which slows down sperm and helps preven...

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How well do stimulant drugs work for treating ADHD?
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Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) affects up to 10% of children and a smallernumber of teenagers and adults in the United States. The cause is unknown and there is no cure,but medicines can relieve the symptoms by st...

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What is saw palmetto?
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Saw palmetto (S. repens) is a palm plant that grows in warm climates. Saw palmetto berry extract is an herbrich in fatty acids and has been used in alternative medicines for a variety of reasonsincluding enlarged prostate or benig...

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What is Tramadol? What does it do?
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Ultram? ( tramadol ) is aprescription medicine that relieves moderate to severe pain. Its common side effects aresimilar to those reported with other pain relievers and include dizziness, drowsiness, nausea,constipation, feeling f...

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Will walking help my depression?
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The benefits of regular walking go beyond the physical and touch every area of your life notthe least of which is your brain. The British Journal of Sports Medicine reported a research study showing that walking 30 minutes a day c...

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What is Nizoral A-D?
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Nizoral? A-D is anover-the-counter shampoo that treats the flaking, scaling and itching from dandruff. Nizoral?A-D contains 1% ketoconazole, an antifungal drug that works against pityrosporum ovale, afungus believed to cause a com...

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My doctor told me to alternate using ibuprofen and acetaminophen to treat my child's fever. Why?
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Acetaminophen and ibuprofen are bothappropriate choices for treating a fever. Many doctors recommend that parents alternate givingtheir child ibuprofen and acetaminophen. There are two possible reasons why alternatingtreatment wou...

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Does walking help keep my mind sharp?
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In a study conducted at the University of Michigan in 2008, researchers found that cognitive/short term memory improved by almost 20% after a walk in a natural environment. When looking at the reasons why, they concluded that bein...

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