At Electasis Surgery

  Anaesthesia and bronchoscopy are two of the most common methods for diagnosing atelectasis. Bronchoscopy involves the use of a long tube called a bronchoscope to view the lungs and the airways through a camera. A tracheoscope is used to examine the chest and neck for obstructions and abnormalities. For patients who have a history

Depression Causes – SAD

When one thinks of depression, the first thing that comes to mind is usually the "traditional" sad-themed movies and television shows. But in actuality, sad moods can come in many different forms, and SAD is not just a product of the holidays or popular movies. SAD, also known as seasonal affective disorder (or seasonal affective

Alzheimer’s Disease – What is It?

Alzheimer’s is one of the most degenerative conditions in the world. It leads to the loss of memory and a person’s reasoning ability. If left untreated, it can lead to dementia and death.   One of the important proteins involved in the condition is called amyloid plaque, which forms plaques on nerve cells, causing damage

Causes of Pain in the Shoulder

Bursitis is inflammation of the bursae found beneath the skin of your shoulder. The bursae are small pockets that lie under the surface of your skin and allow fluid to drain away. They are essential to your health as they help your shoulder to maintain its balance and avoid irritation to your skin when you