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Friday, 23 May 2014

Analgesics painkillers anesthetic

Analgesics     painkillers anesthetic     Agents acting anesthesia corticoids     substances similar to hormones of the adrenal cortex (anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic effect, suppresses the immune system)
No steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID)     are used in the majority of rheumatic diseases of the joints, in addition also have an anti-inflammatory analgesic effect (e.g. Aspirin, ibuprofen, Voltage – deco fennec, etc.)
The article, as well as all of this series, conceived as a sequel chapters are referred to the previous consecutive numbers.
First ANATOMY - briefest SUMMARY
Maximum abbreviated summary of the previous parts has to offer, then I deleted entirely, today's episode is the last in the series, so I put it back as necessary small introduction to the anatomy of the shoulder.
The shoulder is the most complex joint in the human body - consists of four individual joints (connecting each sternum, clavicle, hummers and scapula) and allows a wide range of motion, which, however, facing a high risk of instability of the joint.
It entails many difficulties that clients come.
Strengthening of the shoulder joint controls joint capsule and ligaments numerous in cooperation with the muscles whose primary role is to ensure active movement
Ligaments namely we discuss, this task has been fulfilled extensive introductory article, muscles, however, due to their significant role in the well head fixation would like to mention (for their further preparation, however, suggest such section Anatomy).
 The tendons reinforcing sleeve joint muscles belong Front: muscles sup raps piñatas (abductor), the in raps piñatas and terse minor m (external rotators)

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