Botulism treatments
Botulism

Treatments could include:

  • A tracheostomy is a medical procedure-either temporary or permanent-in which a tube is surgically implanted into a person's windpipe so that he or she can breathe. The tube is inserted through a cut in the neck below the vocal cords, allowing air ...
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  • Until the advent of spray tanning and sunless tanning products, the phrase "healthy tan" was a bit of a contradiction in terms. Tanning with ultraviolet (UV) radiation, whether it comes from the sun or from an indoor tanning bed, is dangerous. Per...
    Source:HLCMS
  • We've come to expect a lot of our cosmetics. They should be age defying, glow enhancing, light diffusing, acne fighting, oil controlling, sun protective, color corrective, skin nourishing, antioxidant, hydrating, weightless, kiss proof, long weari...
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  • Defining physical beauty is more like writing an essay exam than solving a math problem: There is no right or wrong answer. After all, which is more beautiful-a manscaped metrosexual or a hairy hunk o' burnin' love? Waifish hips or a little junk i...
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  • A feeding tube is a tube that is inserted into your stomach through your abdomen. The tube is used to supply nutrition when you have trouble eating. The procedure of inserting the tube is called by various names including percutaneous endoscopic g...
    Source:HLCMS
  • A feeding tube, also known as a gavage tube, is used to give nutrition to infants that cannot eat on their own. The gavage tube is normally used in a hospital, but it can also be used in a home to feed infants. The tube can also be used to give me...
    Source:HLCMS
  • Endotracheal intubation (EI) is an emergency procedure most often performed in patients who are unconscious or who cannot breathe on their own. EI helps to prevent suffocation or obstruction of the passage of air. In a typical EI, a patient is fir...
    Source:HLCMS
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