Author Archives: Dan Frost

Canadian Pharmacy: Generic Viagra Revolution Is On Its Way

Canadian Pharmacy is reimagining the shopping experience of buying drugs on the web, and it seems like the old days when buying meds online was associated with numerous risks are about to sink into oblivion. The neoteric platform that has stepped into the game in the 4th quarter of 2015 and has gained some good […]

Make the Right Choice of Generic Viagra Online and Choose it at Canadian Pharmacy

What do you usually do when you try to get such medicine as generic Viagra online? Do you stand up, grab your wallet and rush to the nearest land-based pharmacy? That is quite doubtful. As any other person absorbing all innovations like a sponge you will cover the single meter to your PC and look […]

Anticoagulant Treatment – Canadian Health&Care Mall researches

Warfarin regimens (targeted INR < 2.0) have been investigated and found to be safe in the primary prevention of thrombosis in patients with malignancy. In two randomized trials in patients with malignancy, warfarin therapy, 1 mg/d of warfarin and 1 mg/d for 6 weeks followed by adjustment to an INR of 1.3 to 1.9, did not increase the frequency […]

Canadian health and care mall: Pregnancy

COMPLICATIONS I have read that mothers with diabetes are more likely to have babies with congenital malformations. I am thinking of a pregnancy but am terrified of having a child with an abnormality. What can I do to prevent this? It is true that there is an association between diabetes in the mother and congenital […]

The Bonferroni method

The designation into risk classes III, IV, and V are based on the whether the patient has one, two, or three of the central risk factors, respectively. We defined the occurrence of altered mental status as an initial Glasgow Coma score < 14 or a designation by the physician of disorientation, stupor, or coma. End Points and Sensitivity Analyses In-hospital […]

Toxicomania and Sexuality

A scientific definition of the toxicomania, which will include its main chemical, pharmacological, physiopathological, psychotoxic characteristics and its medical-social implications, is hard to formulate. The World Health Organization (WHO), in the year 1952, based on a long study made by a group of experts which attended narcotics, elaborate the following definition: “Toxicomania is a state […]

Hemorrhagic Complications of Anticoagulant Treatment

WARSS = Warfarin-Aspirin Recurrent Stroke Study he major complication of anticoagulant therapy is bleeding. In this review, the incidence of hemorrhage in patients receiving oral anticoagulants or heparin and the clinical and laboratory risk factors that predispose to bleeding are discussed. The focus is on major bleeding and fatal bleeding. Details of the method used to select relevant articles can […]

The results of the cost assessment paralleled the findings seen with LOS

As was seen with the probability for both death and MV support, the LOS climbed as the BAP-65 class increased. Figure 3 displays the average LOS and 95% CIs by the BAP-65 class (F = 443.1; P < .001) and P values for follow-up Welch t tests of differences in LOS from one class to the next. The results of […]

Hypertension, congestive heart failure, and diabetes mellitus

Results The final cohort included 34,669 subjects, of whom 80.6% had a principal diagnosis of AECOPD and the remainder had acute respiratory failure noted as the principal diagnosis along with COPD as a secondary diagnosis. As shown in Table 1, the median age was 72 years and 46.4% were men. The most common comorbidities were hypertension, congestive heart failure, and diabetes […]

The Erectile Dysfunction health

A provincial asthma education network leading to the establishment of more than a hundred AECs was established in the 1990s in the province of Quebec. Unfortunately, only a small proportion of asthmatic patients consulting for acute asthma were initially directed to AECs, so we looked at strategies to increase the number of patients seen at […]