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This is the Danger of Anemia in Pregnant Women

About 14-62% of women in developing countries experience anemia during pregnancy. In addition to the risk of causing depression in the mother after giving birth, anemia during pregnancy can also adversely affect the fetus, such as premature birth or even death. When a woman is pregnant, her body will naturally form more red blood cells to meet the fetus's oxygen and nutrition needs. The production of red blood cells and hemoglobin requires various components, such as iron, folic acid, and vitamin B12. When the body does not have these ingredients in sufficient quantities, anemia can occur (deficiency of red blood cells). Symptoms of anemia in pregnant women can be tired, tired, pale skin, palpitations, shortness of breath, difficulty concentrating, dizziness, and fainting. Danger of Anemia in Pregnant Women The following are some of the dangers of anemia, both to the health and safety of a pregnant mother and her fetus: 1. Postpartum depression Postpartum depression is depr
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Getting to Know More About Microdisectomy Procedures

Microdisectomy or microdiscectomy is a spinal surgery to treat nerve nerves. In this operation, the surgeon will lift the cushions on the spine to reduce pressure on the spinal cord, so that symptoms can subside. Not all nerve clamps (hernia nucleus pulposus) need surgery. There are sufferers whose condition improves after undergoing treatment with drugs and physiotherapy. In fact, most people with symptoms of hernia nucleus pulposus can heal by themselves after a few weeks. Doctors generally only advise patients to do microdisectomy if symptoms do not subside after undergoing treatment and physiotherapy for more than 3 months. Microdisectomy is performed to prevent the symptoms from getting worse due to nerve clamps. Objectives and indications of microdisectomy Symptoms of a hernia pulposus nucleus can be pain, tingling, or weakness in the affected area. If it occurs in the neck, pain can spread to the shoulders and arms. Whereas if a nucleus pulposus hernia occurs in the lower

The Purpose Behind the Autopsy Procedure

An autopsy is a medical procedure that is performed to carry out a thorough examination of the body of a deceased person. This procedure is usually done to find out the cause and the way the person died. Autopsies are generally performed if a person's death is considered unnatural. We often hear the term autopsy, especially in criminal reporting. Find out more about what an autopsy is in the following article. The purpose of autopsy Autopsy or post-mortem procedures can be done throughout the body or only limited to one organ or one specific body area. In some cases, an autopsy can be performed without having to ask permission from the victim's heir. In other cases, the heirs and victims' families must know and approve the autopsy to be performed. In addition, there is also an autopsy process that can be done based on family requests In Indonesia, the post-mortem itself is divided into two based on its grand goals. First, clinical post-mortem which is an autopsy cond