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Headache
Tinnitus
Insomnia
Neck Pain
Memory Aids
Halitosis
Ophthalmology
Smoking Cessation
Flu & Cold
Vomiting
Worms
Disc Prolapse
Obesity
Tingling
Appendicitis
Rickets
Skin fissures
Heat Rash
Ankle sprain
Calcaneal spur
Burns
Poisoning
BLS
Choking
Allergy
Coma
Hypertensive
Crisis

Importance
Rules
لآ
Basics
X
Lungs
Heart
X
Less than 4 min.
4-6 min.
6-10 min.
more than 10 min.
Possible
Likely
Irreversible
What is the
difference
???
BLS
ALS
PLS
Scene
Rescuer
Victim
Bystanders
Shake shoulders
Ask “Are you all right?”
If he responds
Leave as you find him.
Find out what is wrong.
Reassess regularly.
Head tilt and chin lift
No need for finger sweep
Look, listen and feel for NORMAL breathing

Agonal breathing
Place the heel of one hand
in the centre of the chest

Place other
hand on top


Interlock fingers

Compress the chest
- Rate 100 / min
- Depth 4-5 cm
- Equal compression : relaxation

- Pinch the nose
- Take a normal breath
- Place lips over mouth
- Blow until the chest rises
- Take about 1 second
- Allow chest to fall
- Repeat

Continue till
30
2
Hypotension

Presentation
defined as a pain arising from the head or upper neck of the body. The pain originates from the tissues and structures that surround the brain because the brain itself has no nerves that give rise to the sensation of pain (pain fibers).
Idea
Disease
or
Symptom
Migraine
Tension Headache
Cluster Headache
Some of them are
Eye
Nose
Jaw
Teeth
Anemia
Meningitis
Management
Avoid & Treat The Cause
NSAIDs
Triptans
Others
Ginkgo biloba
Nootropil
Arcalion
Ginseng
Vit. B
Caffeine
Piracetam
prevents brain bamage
can overcome hypoxia
in brain
Not fully understood Mech.
Dose
daily oral dose of 4.8 to 9.6 grams
Other routes
may also be administered intravenously or by vapor inhalation
No Side Effects
Sulbutiamine
synthetic derivative of
thiamine
will in
reduces psycho
-behavioural inhibition
reduces psychogenic
impotence

Anxiety
Irritability
Depression
Headaches
Nausea
insomnia
nausea
diarrhea
headaches
nose bleeds
high blood pressure
low blood pressure
breast pain
aphrodisiac, stimulant, type II diabetes treatment, or cure for sexual dysfunction
warfarin
Blurred Vision
Eye Pain
Chalazion
Congestion
Cataract
Glaucoma
Conjunctivitis
Subconjunctival Hg
Causes
Anticholinergics
Anemia
Brain tumor
Diabetes (optic neuritis
Stroke
Myopia
Migraine
Hypertension
poorly absorbed and has no systemic effects
benzimidazole derivatives
D
Take albendazole with food
to lessen stomach upset.
levamisole

C
with or without food
Obesity In The Pharmacy

Poisoning:
The condition produced by a poison or
by a toxic substance.
Signs and symptoms of poisoning:
* Burns and redness around mouth and lips,
from drinking certain poisons.
* Breath that smells like chemicals, such as
gasoline or paint thinner.
* vomiting, sleepiness, difficulty breathing, confusion or other unexpected signs.
* Empty medication bottles or scattered pills.
When to call for help:
* Drowsy or unconscious.
* Difficulty breathing or has stopped breathing.
* Uncontrollably restless or agitated.
* Having seizures.
Poison:
A substance with an inherent property that tends to destroy life or impair health.
Administering poison first aid.
* If the person swallowed the poison, remove anything that is still in the mouth.
* Make sure the person is breathing. If they are not, start doing CPR.
* Take the poison container (or any pill bottles) with you to the hospital.
* Call poison control center at: 800-222-1222
What is Poison?
a substance that causes injury, illness, or death if it enters the body
•nausea & vomiting
•diarrhea
•chest or abdominal pain
•trouble breathing
•sweating
•changes in consciousness
•seizures
•headache
•dizziness
•weakness
•irregular pupil size
•burning or tearing eyes
•abnormal skin color
•burns around the lips, tongue, skin

Signals of Poisoning
valuable when
you have nausea
X
or add

SSRI
AEDs
SMRs
TCAs
Patient Counseling
sleep well
Menopause
Premenstrual
The use of OTC analgesics for treatment of headache should be restricted to 3 days per week to avoid the potential of medication overuse headaches.

Relax
400 mg or 800 mg
Side effects
Acute : No drugs
Chronic : drugs
Folk medicine
cardamom
Pippermint
Etiology
sleep right
No heavy things
No bending
Back support
Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation
Causes
Presentation
First Aid
Treatment
Nervousness
Drugs
Food
Etc.
Causes
Traumatic brain injuries
Stroke
Tumors
Diabetes
Lack of oxygen
Infections
encephalitis
meningitis
Seizures
Toxins
C
Drugs and alcohol
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