Meningitis is a rare, but severe and fatal disease. The mortality rate is 10 percent, and 40 percent of the cases result in permanent disabilities, like cognitive (learning) difficulty, audio-visual problems, liver and kidney failure, and loss of limbs. Meningitis is caused by inflammation and swelling of the protective membranous layers covering the brain and
Introduction to Pseudomembranous Colitis/ Difficile Colitis: Pseudomembranous Colitis, also known as C-Diff Colitis, C-Difficile Colitis, Necrotizing Colitis, or Antibiotic-Associated Colitis, is a condition of inflammation of the Colon associated with an overgrowth of the “bacterium Clostridioides difficile” or “Clostridium Difficile”. C-Diff causes severe diarrhea and colitis. Colitis is an inflammation of the Colon (large intestine).
What is Baby Acne? Also known as Neonatal Acne, baby acne is a temporary skin condition that develops in about 20 % of newly born babies. Baby acne is small red or white bumps or pimples on the face or neck, and very rarely on the back of the baby. Acne does not need any
Atrial Fibrillation (A-Fib) Atrial Fibrillation, abbreviated as A-Fib, is a severe heart condition in which the heart goes through an irregular, chaotic and rapid heartbeat. An irregular rapid heartbeat is also known as “arrhythmia”. Atrial Fibrillation is dangerous and may be life-threatening, as it leads to blood clots in the heart, and then stroke, and