Monkeypox virus has spread to more than 19 countries now, check out details about monkeyox virus and all you need to known. Monkeypox is creating abuzz all around the world. World Health Organization, who previously said that their only focus was on COVID-19 alone have not raised a warning in many of the countries. Monkeypox virus has actually spread to 10 countries so far for with around 131 confirmed cases. There are also 106 suspected cases that could actually increase the containment in the nearby areas. Since the rise of infection, Mumbai has allocated 28 special care beds for monkeypox virus. … Continue readingMonkeypox virus: symptoms, causes and treatment, Prevention, (by GS India Nursing).
Also known as “Gonadal dysgenesis” It is the female chromosome abnormality in which all or part of one of the sex chromosome absent, (missing the barr body mostly 45 X karyotype). Turner syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that’s found only in girls. it can cause problems ranging from short height to heart defects. Sometimes the symptoms are so mild that is doesn’t get diagnosed until a female is a teen or young adult. … Continue readingTurner Syndrome, Symptoms & Causes, and complications, Risk factors, Diagnosis & Treatment, (By GS india Nursing).
Klinefelter syndrome is a genetic condition that results when a body is born with an extra copy of X chromosome. Klinefelter syndrome is a genetic condition affecting meles, and it often isn’t diagnosed until adulthood. … Continue readingKlinefelter Syndrome, Definition of Klinefelter Syndrome, Causes & Symptoms, Risk factors and Complications, Treatment, (by GS Indian Nursing).
It is the commonest chromosomal disorder in which chromosome is in triplicate (Trisomy), most often due to nondisjunction (abnormal number chromosomes) of maternal chromosomes 21, associated with advanced maternal age. … Continue readingDown Syndrome, Definition, Causes & Symptoms, Risk factors & Complications, Diagnosis & Treatment, Prevention, (by GS India Nursing).
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition in which the Median Nerve is compressed as it travels into the hand. Compression leads to nerve this function which manifests as symptoms the may include numbness, pain, tingling, weakness, and dropping, things. Symptoms are often first noted at night and you may wake up and feel the need to shake your hand or hung it off the bed to try to get it to wake-up. … Continue readingCarpal Tunnel Syndrome, Causes & Symptoms, Risk factors and Diagnosis, Treatment and Surgery, Prevention, (by GS India Nursing).
Pre-Eclampsia is a multisystem disorder which is characterised by development of hypertension up to 140/90 mmHg or more with proteinuria after 20th week in pregnancy in a previously normotensive and proteinaric patient. … Continue readingPre-Eclampsia, Pre-Eclampsia Definition, Causes and Symptoms, Diagnosis & Complications, Treatment & Prevention, (by GS India Nursing).
Monkeypox is a viral zoonotic disease that occurs primarily in topical rainforest area of Central and West Africa, and is occasionally exported to other regions. Monkeypox typically presents clinically with fever, rash and swollen lymph nodes and may lead to a range of medical complications. … Continue readingMonkeypox disease, Introduction, Transmission, and Sings & Symptoms, Diagnosis & Vaccination Prevention, (by GS India Nursing).
When the fetus is dead and retained inside the uterine cavity for a variable period. It is called missed abortion or silent abortion. … Continue readingMissed Abortion or Silent Miscarriage, Definition and Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention, (by GS India Nursing).
Abortion is the expulsion or extraction from its mother of an embryo or fetus weighting 500 gm, or less when it is not capable or independent survival. (WHO), this 500 gm, of fetal development is attained approximately at 22 weeks (154 days) or gestation. The expelled embryo or fetus is called abortus. The term miscarriage is the recommended terminology for spontaneous abortion. … Continue readingAbortion, Definition of Abortion, Classification of Abortion, Types of Abortion, (by GS India Nursing).
Puerperium period (postpartum period) is considered about 6 weeks of pregnancy after childbirth (delivery). In other words, the period of about 6 weeks after childbirth during which the mother’s reproductive organs return to their original non-pregnant stage.