Diabetes is a chronic disease which requires early diagnosis and regular and prolonged treatment, or complications are likely to occur and to threaten health and life. There are three main acute complications: hypoglycemia, ketoacidosis, and hyperosmolar hyperglycemic syndrome.
Washing hands properly and frequently is good personal hygiene, and it is the single most effective way to prevent and reduce the spread of communicable diseases, if it is done correctly.
If you have a history of travel or residence in Wuhan, China in the last 14 days, we ask for your full cooperation in self-health monitoring.
Bathing or showering with soap or antibacterial bath/shower agents on the day before or on the day of operation can effectively reduce the bacterial colonies on the skin and the rate of wound infection after operation.
Tuberculosis (TB) is a curable disease when treated with anti-TB medication for at least 6 months.
Tuberculosis (TB) is an air-borne transmitted infectious disease. Symptoms could be minor in the early course of the disease. The symptoms include cough (lasting for more than two weeks), fever, loss of appetite, body-weight loss, fatigue, night sweats, chest pain, etc. People who live together or have close contact with confirmed TB cases are the most vulnerable to TB infection.
Auditory hallucination is when there is no one around, but there are still voices of people heard by the patient.
Taking antipsychotics may be occasionally accompanied by transient side effects, if taken with anti-side effects medication, discomforts caused by the side effects of the medication may be prevented.
Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a major global health issue, affecting one-tenth of world population, leading the cause of adulthood disability, making suicide the most common cause of young people’s death.
Fracture and its complications are the most common clinical phenomenon for osteoporosis and mostly occur in hip, spine, and wrist. Hip fracture is a very serious disease. About 25% of patients with hip fracture are not able to walk within a year and 40% (or more) of survived patients might have difficulty walking.