Morphine treatment

What is morphine treatment? It is a treatment that is performed to reduce moderate to severe pain. Morphine is only used to reduce pain that is so severe that it cannot be controlled by the use of other analgesic drugs. Morphine is a very strong treatment, from the opiate family, and is used to treat … Read more


What is epidurolysis? Epidurolysis is a diagnostic test that consists of endoscopy of the epidural space (part of the vertebra outside the dura mater). Epidurolysis is an interventional technique that has been performed since the late 1980s to relieve back and/or limb pain. It is especially indicated in patients who present fibrosis imprisoning the nerves … Read more

Insulin resistance

What is insulin resistance? Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas. It is released into the bloodstream when blood glucose levels rise after eating, as it helps the body’s cells absorb glucose from the blood and reduces its production by the liver, thus preventing high blood sugar levels. Insulin resistance by muscle, fat and … Read more


What is neuroblastoma? Neuroblastoma is a rare type of cancerous tumor. The tumor is composed of abnormal nerve tissue (neural crest) cells. These cells are found in the adrenal glands and in nerve tissue located in front of the spine. Neuroblastoma usually occurs in children and infants. Prognosis of the disease Expectations can vary widely. … Read more

Neurological Disorders

What are neurological disorders? Neurological disorders affect about seven million Spaniards. These disorders are diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system, i.e., the brain, spinal cord, cranial and peripheral nerves, autonomic nervous system, nerve roots, neuromuscular plate and muscles. There are more than 600 neurological diseases, among which are: Diseases due to defective genes, … Read more

Shingles pain

Index 1. What is shingles pain? 2. Prognosis of the disease 3. Symptoms 4. Medical tests 5. Causes 6. Can it be prevented? 7. Treatments 8. Which specialist treats it? What is herpes pain? Herpes pain is a discomfort generated by the presence of viruses that cause different diseases. For example, the herpes simplex virus … Read more

Foot pain

What is foot pain? Foot pain is an unpleasant or annoying sensation that can be felt in any part of the foot, such as the arch, the heel, the sole, the instep or the toes, which generates discomfort and discomfort to the patient, due to the fact that when walking he/she feels small pricks that … Read more

Epidural infiltration

What is epidural infiltration? Epidural infiltration is the dosage of a strong anti-inflammatory drug that acts directly in the area closest to the spinal cord, specifically around it. This particular space is called the epidural space. This infiltration temporarily relieves inflammation or pain in the extremities or spine. This injection can confirm the specific place … Read more

Diet osteoporosis

What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a disease that tends to develop with age, in which bones become porous and brittle. The body is constantly breaking and building bones, but if the body loses too much or does not produce enough, the strength of the bones is reduced and they become more susceptible to fractures. Osteoporosis … Read more


What is Dietetics? Dietetics is the branch of medicine that studies everything related to human nutrition. Thus, dietetics professionals study the process by which our body processes food to metabolize nutrients (fats, vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates, water and minerals). In addition, dietitians also advise on healthy eating habits. Dietetics, therefore, allows us to understand eating habits … Read more