It’s quite impossible to now imagine a world where diseases don’t have tailor-made medications that fight back against attacks on the human immune system. In today’s world, there are countless vaccines, tablets, pills, creams, ointments, liquids and injections that can treat and even cure illnesses and prevent infections from taking hold.
The various illnesses that affect human beings have also created an economic market where different independent companies are set up to research rare diseases, fund experiments to test the proposed lifesaving drugs they make and then sell the tried and tested drugs onto governments and healthcare practices, and to insurance companies in America.
All clinics and practices with a modern medical center design, have apparatus that can measure your blood temperature without the need to queue or have a specialist do it for you. Machines are readily available to the general public where you can put your arm through an inflatable rubber sleeve cutout and navigate through a digital program in the machine’s computer, to do any type of blood pressure measurements.
This is crucial as and high or low pressure can give signs of an impending heart attack or a disease which hasn’t been picked up by a doctor. These machines also free-up people who are waiting to see a doctor thus helping to build a health system that allows patients to help themselves and give more room to those who need different treatment.
Cancer treatments are advancing
Nitrogen doesn’t have such a kind history in human hands as Nitrogen mustards were developed for warfare as chemical weapons in the 1920s and 1930s. However, it has become clear in the years after that that one of the compounds in HN-2 called mechlorethamine is much better suited to nullifying cancer cells. This chemical is specifically used against the lymphomas in the body and has more of an effective combating technique than for that it was proposed for. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is currently using this as a treatment option for different types of cancer.
Taking away the pain
In the advent of the 19th century in Germany, morphine was first isolated and made a tangible drug to be used to numb the sense of pain. No one knows the exact date for sure, but between 1803 and 1805 Friedrich Sertürner made the first isolated active ingredient ever to be separated from a plant. Since then it has been used to be the precursor drug to dull and completed muffle pain sensors during dentist visits, aching or chronic pain after an operation, before and during an operation and also used for conditions in old age such as arthritis.
Morphine is also used in war due to its immediate effectiveness once it enters the bloodstream of a soldier who has been seriously wounded. Another great quality of the drug is that it doesn’t send you to sleep or cause you to become drowsy; all it does is numb your senses, so you don’t feel any pain at all. Without it, none of the above uses could happen, and operations would be extremely painful.