Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Evaluation of adaptation to visually induced motion sickness based on the maximum cross-correlation between pulse transmission time and heart rate
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Evaluation of adaptation to visually induced motion sickness based on the maximum cross-correlation between pulse transmission time and heart rate
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu khoa học ngành y học tạp chí Medical Sciences dành cho các bạn sinh viên ngành y tham khảo đề tài: A pilot study of rizatriptan and visually-induced motion sickness in migraineurs...
CBSS có từ xa xưa… đến thời các phương tiện cơ giới
hiện đại… người ta gọi chung là “chứng say do chuyển động”
Người ta gọi tên chứng bệnh này theo tên phương tiện di
nghiên cứu từ rất sớm, từ thời cổ xưa
nhà quân sự
đốc hải quân Hoàng gia Anh Nelson.
J. (1936) nhận thấy 11% 60%
binh sĩ bị say sóng khi
biển động nhẹ mạnh.
G. (2002), tỷ lệ say sóng của bộ đội có khi đến gần
International travel is undertaken by large, and ever increasing, numbers of people
for professional, social, recreational and humanitarian purposes. More people
travel greater distances and at greater speed than ever before, and this upward
trend looks set to continue. Travellers are thus exposed to a variety of health risks
in unfamiliar environments. Most such risks, however, can be minimized by suitable
precautions taken before, during and after travel.
Beginning birdwatchers face many frustrations: birds, it seems, are constantly in motion, taking flight before the fledgling birder can turn to a photograph or drawing that might help pinpoint its identification. The experienced birdwatcher, Edward Cronin writes in this friendly manual, is by contrast able to identify a dozen species in a few seconds, which compounds the beginner's lack of self-confidence. Never fear, Cronin reassures us: The "magician's trick of rapidly identifying species is, in truth, based on a logical procedure that anyone can master.
To placate the resurgent opposition, the MPPDA promised to abide by a set of guidelines
more extensive and restrictive than the simple nostrums enshrined in the “Don’ts and Be
Carefuls.” The document that articulated the new commitment to screen morality was the
Production Code. Written in 1929 by Martin J. Quigley, an influential editor and
publisher of motion picture trade periodicals, and Reverend Daniel A. Lord, a
multitalented Jesuit who first lent his spiritual expertise to Hollywood as the Catholic
advisor to Cecil B.
All listed drugs are U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved, but
most are not approved for the treatment of vertigo.
Usual oral (unless otherwise stated) starting dose in adults; maintenance
dose can be reached by a gradual increase.
For acute vertigo only.
For motion sickness only.
For benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.
For vertigo other than Ménière's and positional.
For Ménière's disease.
For migraine-associated vertigo (see Chap. 15 for a listing of prophylactic
Diphenylmethane antihistaminics are being widely used for treatments of allergy, motion (travel) sickness and cold. They are also being sold as over-the-counter drugs. The structures of principal drugs of this group are shown in Figure 1.1. They are being analyzed by GC [1–6] and HPLC [7–13]. In this chapter, a GC method for simultaneous analysis of diphenylmethane antihistaminics and also HPLC methods for some representative drugs of this group are presented.
Physiologic Vertigo This occurs in normal individuals when (1) the brain is confronted with an intersensory mismatch among the three stabilizing sensory systems; (2) the vestibular system is subjected to unfamiliar head movements to which it is unadapted, such as in seasickness; (3) unusual head/neck positions, such as the extreme extension when painting a ceiling; or (4) following a spin.
Nausea and Vomiting The most common side effect of chemotherapy administration is nausea, with or without vomiting. Nausea may be acute (within 24 h of chemotherapy), delayed (24 h), or anticipatory of the receipt of chemotherapy. Patients may be likewise stratified for their risk of susceptibility to nausea and vomiting, with increased risk in young, female, heavily pretreated patients without a history of alcohol or drug use but with a history of motion or morning sickness. Antineoplastic agents vary in their capacity to cause nausea and vomiting. ...