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a drug that decreases pulmonary congestion

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Some authors have advocated that complete decongestive therapy significantly decrease girth together with Visual Analog Scale scores for pain.
Could Kinesio tape replace the bandage in decongestive lymphatic therapy for breast-cancer-related lymphedema?
Therefore pretibial myxoedema is secondary lymphoedema and this warranted the application of decongestive physiotherapy for this patient.
Complete decongestive therapy (CDT) is the recommended treatment for lymphedema and is performed in two stages.
The decongestive effect of statutes of repose remains highly contentious, (213) although, in abstract, statutes of repose logically result in fewer jury trials and lower judicial administrative and transactional costs.
Treatment can include complete decongestive therapy, which involves manual lymph drainage, multi-layer stretch compression bandaging, exercise, skin care, education, and elastic compression garments (Lacovara & Yoder, 2006; NLN, 2006).
In 1975 Foldi (1998) updated MLD proposing Complex Decongestive Physiotherapy (CDP) as a new way to treat lymphoedema (Foldi, 1998).
Treatment for the condition, as with general lymphedema, involves combined decongestive therapy consisting of compressive bandaging and manual lymph drainage, but this treatment approach can prove very problematic in gynecologic lymphedema.
The massage action is often combined with other elements of complex decongestive therapy, which can include dietary changes, skin and nail care to prevent infection, therapeutic exercise, special compression sleeves stockings, and other garments, and lightbeam generators to stimulate the lymphatic system.
She uses a method called combined decongestive therapy, which removes metabolic wastes, excess water, toxins, bacteria, large protein molecules and foreign substances from the tissues as well as offering numerous other benefits.
On the one hand, there is a direct correlation in the novel between Deeriye's faltering religious faith and his lung ailment, between failing respirational and decongestive powers and dwindling expenditure of spiritual energy.
Treatment at a lymphedema clinic focused on decongestive therapy with compression pumps and garments.
Decongestive, anti-inflammatory, anti-histaminic and mucolytic
According to "Category Insight: Pain, Decongestive, Cough, Cold, Flu & Allergy Relief," a July report from global market research firm Mintel, convenience claims are on the rise in North America, now accounting for 42 percent of launches.