Sputnik

Sputnik is a term that was born in the former Soviet Union in the middle of the 20th century. Its original language is Russian, and in Spanish it means ” satellite .” It comes from the Russian “ Спутник” and its pronunciation is equal to “sputnʲɪk” (satellite). The first satellite As Sputnik 1, the first artificial satellite to successfully orbit planet earth was identified. This was launched from the former Soviet […]

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Bioelectricidad

Bioelectricidad can be defined as a branch of biology that studies the set of electrical phenomena that living beings experience . This bioelectric process is essential for the body to function. The  electricity  is a representation of power, in which protons and electrons of matter interact either negatively or positively. This is how in  bioelectricidad,  everything that surrounds the body is matter […]

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MRI

MRI stands for “Magnetic Resonance Imaging.” This resonance allows us to see conditions such as: Inflammation in soft tissues. Organ size change or some other abnormality. Tumors. In some occasions to carry out the MRI, contrast agents are introduced into the patient, since it allows obtaining greater visibility on resonance or X-rays of the organs […]

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Peritonitis

In medicine, the ending “itis” refers to inflammation, the “peritoneum” on the other hand, is the tissue that lines the interior of the abdomen and the organs within it, that is, that “peritonitis” is inflammation of the peritoneum, although it can also mean its rupture. Causes of Peritonitis This disease is regularly caused by a bacterial infection, […]

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Oplomanía

It is a rare word but it has enough justification to be used very consistently, this because there are millions of people worldwide with Oplomanía. Would you like to know what this word means? Oplomanía is defined as obsessive syndrome of weapons. Its origin comes from the Greek (oplon, “weapon”) and “madness”, “obsession”). Science is still investigating whether this condition is […]

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Ivermectina

Ivermectina is a drug commonly used in parasitic infections, it belongs to the family of medicines called anthelmintics. This drug is semi-synthetic, which means that part of its component is manufactured in laboratories. This derives from the avermectin that is obtained by the fermentation of the Sterptomyces avermitilis. This drug has a microfilaricidal effect, this means that […]

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Hidroxicloroquine

Hidroxicloroquine in English and Hydroxychloroquine in Spanish, is a component or active ingredient present in drugs used for malaria or malaria. This active ingredient differs from chloroquine in that it has a hydroxyl group in its chemical structure. This apart from being used for malaria has important uses in the treatment of diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus and rheumatoid arthritis. It […]

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Himen

Himen is an anatomical structure, it is present only in women, it has a membranous appearance and it can be different for each female. Stay at Que-quiere-decir.com so that you know more about everything that himen means. The himen is a membrane located on the surface opening of the vagina, which is usually present at birth in most women. It should be […]

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Cordonavirus

Cordonavirus is the first recorded error in the history of Google doodles. The most used search engine in the world ( Google) uses doodles, these are creative designs of the letters of the search engine name in commemorative dates, historical or regional or world events. So, how does this work?… When you enter the main page of the search […]

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Anaerobico

The word anaerobico refers to intense exercise that produces an absence of free oxygen. This type of exercise is usually used to build muscle mass and strengthen our musculoskeletal system and the objective of this exercise is to tone our muscles and the type of energy to consume is glucose, but this is not all that anaerobico means. […]

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