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En fuldt opdateret 2. udgave af det bedste og sundeste alternativ til potenspiller. Ved hjælp af bogens øvelser kan muskulaturen i mandens bækkenbund forstærkes væsentligt. Når mandens penis ændrer karakter fra regnorm til anakonda, er det ikke ved hjælp af magi, selv om det måske kan virke sådan. Det drejer sig om forholdsvis simple kropslige processer. I lighed med hvad der gælder for resten af kroppen, kan disse processer forbedres ved hjælp af træning. Træningen hjælper både på rejsningen, til at holde tæt og til at tømme de sidste dråber ud efter vandladning. Bogen henvender sig til alle, som ønsker at vedligeholde, forbedre eller genvinde bækkenbundens funktioner. Søren Ekman er bevægelsespædagog og underviser på Gotvedskolen.
Basisbog i medicin og kirurgi udgør en overskuelig dansksproget introduktion til de to centrale kliniske fag på medicinstudiet: intern medicin og kirurgi. I bogens indhold og opbygning er der lagt vægt på hyppige og almindelige sygdomme samt på mere sjældne tilstande, hvor manglende viden om sygdommen kan få fatale konsekvenser for patienten. I denne 5. udgave er det grundlæggende koncept justeret og videreudviklet på baggrund af kommentarer fra bl.a. studerende og læger. For at sikre fornyelse og foryngelse er en del af forfatterne blevet udskiftet, hvilket har betydet store og væsentlige ændringer i mange af kapitlerne. Som en ekstra nyskabelse suppleres bogen af en hjemmeside med mange spændende og interessante cases. Basisbog i medicin og kirurgi er først og fremmest en basal lærebog for medicinstuderende, men bogen henvender sig også til andre inden for sundhedsvæsenet, der har brug for en overskuelig og opdateret viden inden for intern medicin og kirurgi.
Få bedre orgasmer og hold på tisset – en stærk bækkenbund har mange forcer. En stærk og velfungerende bækkenbund er vigtig for god kropslig funktion og velvære gennem hele livet. Alligevel bliver bækkenbunden overset i næsten alle træningsformer. Og det er synd og skam, for en bækkenbund i topform mindsker risikoen for inkontinens, og med træningen følger også et bedre sexliv. Og det er aldrig for sent at gå i gang! Bogen instruerer i at lokalisere, aktivere, strække og afspænde bækkenbunden og giver forslag til enkeltstående øvelser med og uden redskaber samt til en række træningsprogrammer. Mange af øvelserne er illustrerede, så det er nemt selv at udføre dem derhjemme.Bogen er for alle, der ønsker viden om – og inspiration til – træning af bækkenbunden. Ea Suzanne Akasha er psykomototrisk terapeut og tidligere formand for Danske Afspændingspædagoger. Hun underviser i træning og afspænding og har skrevet flere bøger om krop, bevægelse og afspænding.
Renal replacement therapy (RRT) is used to replace the capacity of blood filtration, which is completely lost in end-stage renal disease (ESRD). This book examines RRT from a multidisciplinary perspective. In nine comprehensive chapters over three sections, the book shows how clinical routines, especially RRT, are increasingly focused on the translational scenario of the health sciences. Chapters discuss health and wellness, hemodialysis, and clinical biomarkers of renal disease.
This book will cover all aspects of hypertension and the manifestations of cardiovascular disease in the Asian population. Asia has the largest population of all the continents, and also has the largest number of people suffering from these diseases. Due to an expanding economy and increasing affluent lifestyles, their incidence is increasing at alarming rates - in fact, this continent is a ticking time bomb for HTN and CVD outbreaks. The book fills a large gap, as there are currently no volumes on this topic - and provides much-needed information for physicians not only in Asia but globally. Not only physicians, but also all related medical professionals and libraries will benefit from this book, to which renowned international experts contributed.
This book provides comprehensive, cutting-edge scientific data on acute and chronic tubulointerstitial nephritis, an area that has not been fully addressed in many nephrology textbooks. This book covers all relevant aspects of the disease, from historical aspects and pathogenesis to diagnosis, pathological findings, treatment, and prognosis and outcomes. The chapters also discuss both immune and non-immune mediated forms of the disease, as well as entities causing tubulointerstitial disease such as medications and toxins, infectious agents, autoimmune diseases, transplant rejection, genetic diseases, infiltrative disease and chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology. The text features up-to-date educational materials that will benefit both basic and clinical scientists. Written by experts in the field, Tubulointerstitial Nephritis is a valuable resource for clinicians, practitioners, researchers and trainees working in the field of nephrology and internal medicine.
This book is a compilation of scientific knowledge regarding the clinical entity known as "e;Renal Tubular Acidosis in Children"e; (RTA). It contains the information needed to comprehend the intricate mechanisms of acid-base metabolism, electrolyte imbalance, and complications related to renal tubular acidosis in the pediatric age group, since the acid-base physiology and the clinical disorders associated with it in children are quite different from the adult counterpart.The chapters, written by authors, experts in the field, describe systemic and renal physiology, electrolyte alterations, as well as the pathogenesis and chromosomal mutations leading to the development of RTA. The reader will find the latest information on diagnostic tools and learn how to approach diagnosis, avoiding improper treatment, rickets, nephrocalcinosis, and renal failure. In addition, new insights on classification, the clinical presentation of each type of RTA, molecular biology, and transmembrane protein transporters are covered.This work is primarily directed at pediatric nephrologists and pediatricians. Nevertheless, general practitioners, medical students, residents and fellows at different medical training programs, and other health care professionals of nutrition, growth and development, gastroenterology and endocrinology may surely benefit from it.
The book focuses on pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches of psychiatric syndromes that commonly occur in patients with kidney disease. It specifically reviews principles of psychotherapy and psychopharmacology with an emphasis on organ impairment and drug-drug interactions specific to nephrology. This book also covers issues with medication nonadherence in patients with chronic kidney disease and psychiatric comorbidity, as well as the associated issues in dialysis and renal transplantation. Additionally, chapters cover various other topics addressing an active stance towards health promotion in chronically ill patients, including the critical role of the diet and physical activity. Such advice is often complex and changing depending on the stage of chronic kidney disease and the individual needs of the patient. Written by specialists in the field, Psychonephrology: A Guide to Principles and Practice serves as a valuable reference and teaching tool that provides an opportunity for learning across a rapidly evolving medical field.
The Nutrition and Health(TM) series of books have, as an overriding mission, to provide health professionals with texts that are considered essential because each includes: (1) a synthesis of the state of the science, (2) timely, in-depth reviews by the leading researchers in their respective fields, (3) extensive, up-to-date fully annotated reference lists, (4) a detailed index, (5) relevant tables and figures, (6) identi- cation of paradigm shifts and the consequences, (7) virtually no overlap of information between chapters, but targeted, inter-chapter referrals, (8) suggestions of areas for future research, and (9) balanced, data-driven answers to patient /health professional questions that are based upon the totality of evidence rather than the findings of any single study. The series volumes are not the outcome of a symposium. Rather, each editor has the potential to examine a chosen area with a broad perspective, both in subject matter as well as in the choice of chapter authors. The international perspective, especially with regard to public health initiatives, is emphasized where appropriate. The editors, whose trainings are both research and practice oriented, have the opportunity to develop a primary objective for their book, define the scope and focus, and then invite the leading authorities from around the world to be part of their initiative. The authors are encouraged to provide an overview of the field, discuss their own research, and relate the research findings to potential human health consequences.
This conference and monograph were the result of many collective efforts. The whole concept was formulated one early Wednesday morning at our weekly research meeting at Children's Hospital in our division of urology. We have been most fortunate to have a close collaboration with Bob Levin, Ed Macarak, and Pam Howard who have helped steer the course of our division's growing interest in basic science. At our weekly meetings our laboratory fellow will summarize their current work. Other ongoing areas of investigation in our labs and elsewhere are discussed. We have always made an effort to try and understand what other groups are doing who are working in the area of bladder smooth muscle research. It occurred to us that the best way to really know what everyone working in this field was doing would be to sponsor a 2-day meeting where we could all gather to discuss our ongoing work. A major limitation of the annual meeting of the American Urologic Association or the urology section of the American Academy of Pediatrics is that the scientfic sessions are limited as these are meant to be primarily clinical meetings (as they should be). For this reason the idea of a meeting devoted solely to research about the urinary bladder had great appeal. In addition to allowing for longer presentations than the standard 5 to 7 minutes, every effort would be made to encourage a dialogue amongst the presenters and the audience.
Enormous progress has been made in the treatment of chronic renal failure over the last decades. Until the 1950s, chronic renal failure was considered to be an inexorably lethal condition. This is no longer the case. In addition, the disease, severe uremic syndrome, is now extremely rare, if existent at all, in industrialized countries. Physicians of my generation who saw patients hospitalized with hemor- raghes, pericarditis, severe anemia, cardiac failure, "e;malignant hypertension,"e; pruritus, vomiting, generalized edema, and convulsions are particularly grate- ful for this progress. I well remember seeing such patients hospitalized in the last days or weeks of their lives and also remember the sense of impotence I suffered for the com- plete lack of efficient measures I had at my disposal to manage their condition. Nowadays, hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, and kidney transplantation allow patients with chronic renal failure to survive for very long periods of time in a satisfactory condition. Why then is there still a sense of dissatisfaction and why should we study dietary management? The drawbacks of dialysis and transplantation are the main reasons, but the certainty that dietary therapy is complementary to dialysis and even better than dialysis in certain conditions, is also very important.