The Voice Of A Medical Blogger: Measles, Hip Fracture, Immunomodulators And Rap Drugs

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The Voice Of A Medical Blogger: Measles, Hip Fracture, Immunomodulators And Rap Drugs
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The voice of a medical blogger: measles, hip fracture, immunomodulators and rap drugs

We continue to review the current publications of doctors published on the Internet. A new batch of comments on current events and eternal medical topics.

The voice of a medical blogger: measles, hip fracture, immunomodulators and rap drugs
The voice of a medical blogger: measles, hip fracture, immunomodulators and rap drugs

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We continue to review the current publications of doctors published on the Internet. A new batch of comments on current events and eternal medical topics.

The relevance of the topic of measles is growing: last year, the incidence increased three times, at present it cannot be said that the incidence (which cannot yet be called catastrophic) is declining. Some young mothers want to vaccinate their child as early as possible: WHO recommendations provide for an earlier date for the first vaccination than the Russian vaccination schedule. Pediatrician Sergei Butriy comments on this, as well as the timing of re-vaccination, is really curious.

Following up on another interesting post about vaccination from the page About vaccinations without hysterics: "What to do if the doctor is against vaccinations or is simply incompetent in vaccination?"

If someone is looking for from doctors not complicated scientifically harmonious lectures (something of that will be below), but simply stories about common pathologies, you can pay attention, for example, to the Instagram of gynecologist Anna Kolyadina. There was a note on erosion and ectopia.

An important topic of the past year, and especially of recent weeks, is the doctor's responsibility for medical errors. Cardiologist Alexey Erlikh expresses his opinion in the blog on Echo.

Andrey Volna, Head of Traumatology and Orthopedics at Ilyinsky Hospital, spoke about a proximal hip fracture. This is the same hip fracture that is so dangerous for the elderly. How it is treated, and how it should be treated. A very important topic considering how many people face this problem.

Alexey Vodovozov, military doctor and popularizer of science, spoke at NaukaPRO about immunomodulators. What is it, at what point it is necessary to suspect that we are being bred, offering to "drink" something to "normalize the immune system."

And a lecture on the achievements of medical science in 2018 from Vodovozov. This is more serious material for those who are ready to delve into and have some idea of ​​the subject.

A vial of the heaviest opiate (fentanyl) raps up the dose. This is perhaps the most cynical and phantasmagoric commercial of the entire deceitful advertising campaign that fueled the opiate epidemic in the United States. This (and many similar things) is discussed and shown by the Healthcare blog. Colorful material. The video itself is attached below.

Curious last year's material turned up. Many people believe in homeopathy and the efficacy of various "fuflomycins", the effect of which has not been proven. Vasily Ordynsky tells what psychological mechanisms help the brain perceive and digest this rubbish.

And here's another about one of the "flagships" of the domestic leather industry, ureaplasmosis. Gynecologist Tatyana Rumyantseva talks about how appropriate an examination for ureaplasma is and in what cases it should be treated. This question is indeed somewhat misunderstood by a number of doctors.

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