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Risk of relapse as the number of asthma triggers increases and Treatment ED

Risk of relapse as the number of asthma triggers increases and Treatment ED

This study confirms previous findings that a substantial proportion of patients treated in the ED suffer a relapse within days to weeks after ED discharge. Although there is no common definition of an “acceptable” relapse rate, 17% certainly represents a high failure rate. In this study, we have confirmed that easily ascertainable historical features define […]

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Treatment ED and antioxidants

As knowledge is power, you can now appreciate why we have spent some time explaining free radicals and the focus on antioxidants. So, what are these antioxidants? Antioxidants neutralize free radicals by donating one of their own electrons, ending the electron “free for all” reaction. The antioxidants themselves don’t become free radicals by giving or […]

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Testosterone for Erectile Dysfunction

The specific issue of whether exogenous testosterone can be considered as a primary treatment for ED regardless of etiology is difficult. In clinical practice, there is no need to look to testosterone as first-line therapy when there are disease-specific alternatives. Although there has been a meta-analysis no studies exist to assess testosterone vs. placebo for […]

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Treating ED in Patients with CVD

Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors Oral nitrates are not prognostically important drugs and can therefore be discontinued and, if needed, alternative agents substituted. After oral nitrate cessation, and provided there has been no clinical deterioration, PDE5 inhibitors can be used safely. It is recommended that the cessation time interval prior to PDE5 inhibitor use is five half-lives which […]

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What Are Nitric Oxide Erections for Men?

Nitric oxide results in the relaxation of the blood vessels, the regeneration of the inner lining of the arteries and prevents the clumping of platelets which then results in the blood being thinner. Nitric oxide is used in the treatment of different cardiovascular diseases such as clotting and the narrowing of the arteries. Some cases […]

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