History Of Colonic Irrigation
Colon lavage was first recorded 1500 B.C. in the ancient Egyptian document, Ebers Papyrus which dealt with the practice of medicine. These enemas were described as the infusion of aqueous substances into the large intestine through the anus. Hypocrites (4th and 5th century B.C.), recorded using enemas for fever therapy. Galen (2nd century A.D.), also recognized and was a proponent of the use of enemas. Pare in 1600 A.D., offered the first distinction between colon hydrotherapy and the popular enema therapy of that age.
The blue pus bacillus is the basic pathogen of human infectious disorders caused by pseudomonads. The microorganism can be isolated from the intestines of 5% healthy people and up to 30% hospitalized patients. The bacillus can be found actually everywhere, it can be isolated from soil, water, plants and animals.
Migraine causes paroxysmal unilateral headaches accompanied by vomiting. Complex biochemical changes, for example, an increased amount of serotin and prostaglandin in the blood plasma, provoke a short spasm of the intracranial vessels followed by a continuous expansion of the extracranial arteries.
HUMAN IMMUNEDEFICIENCY VIRUS
HIV-1, the basic pathogen of HIV-infection and AIDS can be found in North and South America, Europe and Asia. HIV has the form of sphere with not more than 100-120 nm in diameter. By its structural organization, it is close to lentiviruses. The virus is believed to be mostly sexually transmitted, heterosexual transmission is very important. The main factors than cause a higher risk of HIV-contamination are homosexual relations and sex promiscuity, including intercourse with drug addicts who inject drugs intravenously.
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Acute respiratory disease features acute cataracts of the upper respiratory tracts. They are characterised by general intoxication and primary affection of the respiratory tracts. They belong to the antroponosis group featuring an airborne transmission mechanism. The disease often affects children. There can be sporadic cases and epidemic outbreaks.