Saturday, April 21, 2007


Create Rss matches on

Here i found interesting web 2.0 service that allows you create watches for your interesting stuff. Its pretty neat, because its so simple to create rss chanels by using slider on their right side.

Here what they said:
Turtilla is an online service which allows you to search and filter content related to your interests. This content is captured from a large variety of sources. The generated results can be converted to an RSS feed containing a number of items, with each item representing a channel of interest.

I like it! Here my "watch" for massage therapy that i created there.

Saturday, March 24, 2007


Well i am back again

After a long long time a decided to write again here. First i wanted to write in this blog about medicine, because i was a student in medicine university and this was my obsession (all things around medicine), but now after i had graduate, i have more time and will try to review here more than boring medicine stuff. Stay tuned :)

Friday, July 21, 2006


How should I take Propecia?

How should I take Propecia?
• Take Propecia exactly as directed by your doctor. If you do not understand these instructions, ask your pharmacist, nurse, or doctor to explain them to you.
• Take each dose with a full glass of water.
• Propecia can be taken with or without food.
• It is important to take Propecia regularly to get the most benefit.

Read more here: Propecia


Drug mistakes injure 1.5 million every year

By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Correspondent

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Medication errors hurt 1.5 million people every year in the United States and cost at least $3.5 billion, according to a report issued on Thursday.

If hospitals, clinics and other providers owned up to each and every mistake, it would help to keep track of and eventually reduce them, and systems such as electronic prescribing would also help, the Institute of Medicine report said.

"Medication errors are among the most common medical errors, harming at least 1.5 million people every year," the Institute said in a statement.

Such mistakes kill at least 7,000 people a year, according to the institute, an independent, non-profit organization that advises the federal government on health issues.

"The extra medical costs of treating drug-related injuries occurring in hospitals alone conservatively amount to $3.5 billion a year, and this estimate does not take into account lost wages and productivity or additional health care costs," the institute added.

One example -- a Denver hospital gave a newborn infant a tenfold overdose of penicillin in case it had been infected with syphilis from its mother in 1996.

Nurses balked at giving the baby five injections so administered the medicine in what turned out to be an unusual and improper way -- intravenously. The baby died, and the autopsy showed it did not have syphilis and never needed the treatment in the first place.

"This case illustrates that medication errors are almost never the fault of a single practitioner or caused by the failure of a single element," the report read.

"According to one estimate, in any given week, four out of every five U.S. adults will use prescription medicines, over-the-counter drugs, or dietary supplements of some sort, and nearly one-third of adults will take five or more different medications," the report said.


"The committee estimates that on average a hospital patient is subject to at least one medication error per day."

Thursday, July 20, 2006


What is the most important information I should know about HEPSERA?

Some people who take HEPSERA get a worse or very serious hepatitiswhen they stop taking it. This usually happens within 12 weeks after

stopping. You will need to have regular blood tests to check for liver
function and hepatitis B virus levels if you stop taking HEPSERA.

Monday, July 10, 2006


All about Drugs

This blog about Drugs information. I will post here information about risks and effects of drugs, without condoning drug use. descriptions, all stuff that people want to know. Links to usefull resources.

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