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Oxalis acetosella (wood sorrel) Gastritis, ventricular and duodenal ulcers, diarrhoea, hepatopathy with dyspepsia, stomatitis aphthosa. Phosphorus (phosphorus) Remedy for affections of the parenchyma and mucosa, tendency towards diffuse haemorrhages of the mucosa. Lachesis mutus (bushmaster) Sensation of globus, each ingestion of food brings disorders, sensitive hepatic region, feeling that clothes are too tight, inflated abdomen, angina tonsillaris, bluish-red swelling. Ipecacuanha (ipecacuanha) Nausea and vomiting, coughs with nausea, gushes of blood, conjunctivitis, chemosis, epiphora. Nux vomica (vomit-nut) Remedy for affections of the stomach, intestine and liver; consequences of the misuse of stimulants (alcohol, nicotine); vomitus matutinus, spasmodic constipation, haemorrhoids. Veratrum album (white hellebore) All highly feverish affections and those starting feverishly. Pulsatilla pratensis (wind flower) Remedy for affections of the mucosa, heartburn, gastro-intestinal colic, conjunctivitis. Sulfur (sulphur) Reagent, cellular activity is influenced catalytically, scrofulous glandular swelling, hepatopathy, catarrh of the upper part of the respiratory tract. Natrium diethyloxalaceticum (sodium oxalacetate) Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, weakness of the defensive system. Bacterium coli-Nosode (Escherichia coli nosode) Coli infection, meteorism, cholangitis, cholelithiasis, cystitis. Marsdenia cundurango (condurango bark) Stimulates the digestive functions; increased secretions of the digestive glands; chronic gastritis with a tendency towards ulceration, oesophageal stricture. Kalium bichromicum (potassium bichromate) Viscid, ropy secretions from all mucosa, chronic catarrh of the nose, middle ear, ear passages, (poly-)sinusitis, stomatitis aphthosa and, in particular, ulcerosa, ventricular and duodenal ulcers. Hydrastis canadensis (golden seal) Remedy for affections of the mucosa: thick, viscid, ropy, yellowish-white secretions from all mucosa (nose, sinuses, uterus, bladder, etc. Mandragora e radice siccato (mandrake) Gastrocardiac syndrome, duodenal ulcers, cholecystopathy. Momordica balsamina (balsam apple) Gripping, colicky pains in the epigastrium, gastrocardiac syndrome, pancreopathy. Ceanothus americanus (New Jersey tea) “Tangled” sensation in the left side of the epigastrium, diabetes, splenic disorders. Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Mucosa compositum, therapeutical possibilities result for the treatment of catarrh and other affections of the mucosa, as well as of the digestive glands. For constipation, inject into the nasolabial sulcus on both sides (20th colonic point of acupuncture).
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Included in these evaluations is descrip competitive fitness tive data regarding levels of fitness. In performing these evaluations, it is important to remember that although clients usually want to know how they compare to oth the strength, endurance, ers, what really counts is how they perform and how they feel. Therefore, the tables and m ental w ell-being included in this chapter offer clients a relative comparison to other members of the required to be com petitive general public. The categories and ranges provided in these tables are solely for the in sports activities. The measurements obtained in the evaluations are the only values significant to the athletic trainer or strength and conditioning specialist. Although these evaluations can be used to assess anyone, the descriptive tables general apply only to the general public. Thus a distinction must first be drawn between fitness competitive fitness and general fitness. While the general public is normally the ability to perform evaluated according to standards of general fitness, athletes must meet the higher daily activities w ith vitality standards of competitive fitness; an athlete’s daily tasks are typically more physically and energy, to w ithstand demanding than those of the general public. Therefore, measurement of perfor stress w ithout undue mance in sport-specific activities is the goal of athletic assessment, in contrast with fatigue, and to m aintain the less strenuous measurements used in general fitness. If a client has any specific physical health w ithout pain or injury or if a specific test could increase the symptoms, the client should not m edical intervention. High blood pressure is another eliminator of tests unless the client’s physician has approved. Poor development of the muscle abdominal muscles can contribute contraction to lower back pain. Bent-leg sit-ups the tensioning of the are recommended because they put m uscle during shortening less stress on the back than straight (concentric), lengthening leg sit-ups. Caution clients to not (eccentric), or no m otion overstrain or hold their breath, but (isom etric). Release the curl slowly, contracting the abdominal muscles until the lower back comes in contact with the floor and the shoulders return to the start position. Because push-ups require a fair amount of upper body strength, this test is usually reserved for men, the torso; the area of and modified push-ups are used to test women. This is not a generalization of the body on either side women’s capacity for strength, but a reflection of the fact that women often do not of and including, the build their upper body mass as much as men do, and may not be as strong in that spine, but excluding the area. The client should lie face down on the floor with the hands placed directly underneath the shoulders (see Figure 5-4). The client low ers the body in a controlled motion until the chest is at a distance of one fist’s width above the floor. Modified Push-Ups Because women do not typically develop their upper bodies as much as men do, they may have less strength in this area than men. Because of this potential difference, women and men with low upper body muscle mass may be tested using modified push-ups.
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However, the variable course of the condition, especially in its early course, indicate the potential for a window of opportunity for this approach. While this is advocated in reviews of the subject (Baker, 2011), there are no data available as to success rates. Both oocyte and ovarian tissue 55 cryopreservation (including combining both approaches) have been described in case reports (Lau, et al. While available biomarkers of ovarian reserve have some predictive value of time to menopause. Likewise high natural pregnancy rates have been reported in women following some cancer treatments who underwent fertility preservation pre-treatment (Schmidt, et al. A small number of successful pregnancies have been reported following replacement of ovarian tissue cryopreserved before potentially sterilizing treatments (Donnez, et al. The pregnancy rate from oocyte donation is not greatly affected by the recipient’s age (Sauer, et al. This is supported by an analysis of donation by sisters (n=13) with altruistic donors (n=66), which showed that sisters had a 5-fold increased risk of cycle cancellation (30. However, in completed cycles the number of oocytes obtained was similar, as were pregnancy and miscarriage rates (Sung, et al. These issues should be discussed with the potential donor sister before proceeding with donation. Sex steroid replacement therapies are used to ensure endometrial development and receptivity at the time of embryo replacement. Endometrial thickness was greater in the former group, with no significant differences in uterine volume or blood flow. Radiotherapy in childhood causes failure of uterine growth and in some women reduced responsiveness to exogenous sex steroids (Critchley, et al. There may be a relationship between the risk of pregnancy complications and age at irradiation and uterine volume (Larsen, et al. Conclusion and considerations There are no known treatments which reliably increase ovarian activity, ovulation rate, and the possibility of conception (strong evidence, review based on seven controlled studies). Oocyte donation is the treatment of choice in women wishing to conceive (efficacy shown in observational studies). As pregnancies after oocyte donation are associated with obstetric complications, the guideline development group strongly recommends that these pregnancies are followed with adequate obstetric involvement, although no studies have been performed showing the effect of obstetric care on complications in these patients. While there may be personal reasons why a sister (or other close relative) would be a suitable donor, sisters have a higher donation cycle cancellation rate. While establishment of clinical pregnancy can be achieved, severe maternal morbidity and maternal mortality during and after pregnancy is a critical issue. C 57 Inform women considering oocyte donation from sisters that this carries C a higher risk of cycle cancellation. The risk of miscarriage is probably the same as in women with normal ovarian function (van Kasteren and Schoemaker, 1999).
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