Monday, 18 July 2011

New Update for Hypertension

Hi, there, it was already a week I haven't updating my blog. Here is a news from Reuters Health Information about Review raises questions over benefits of cutting salt. LONDON (Reuters) - In an analysis that set off a fierce debate over the health effects of salt, researchers said on Wednesday they had found no evidence that small cuts to salt intake reduce the risk of developing heart disease or dying prematurely.
n a systematic review published by The Cochrane Library, British scientists found that while cutting salt consumption did appear to lead to slight reductions in blood pressure, that was not translated into lower death or heart disease risk.

Sunday, 10 July 2011

What is Doctor?


I was happened to read "Say Hello to black Jack" Manga or in its original version named "Black Jack ni Yoroshiku (ブラックジャックによろしく)". This realistic manga was mainly talking about doctors and their internal and external affairs. Created by Shuho Sato, in Japan itself, this manga was bombarded with critics and also compliments. The series won the Manga Artist Society grand prize in 2004. In Indonesia, this manga has been released by Level Comics. Thank you, Level Comics for finally releasing this fabulous manga.

Saturday, 9 July 2011

Kesimpulan Hipersensitivitas Dentin (part 8 of 8)


We come to the last part of "Managing Dentin Hypersensitivity" journal. This chapter contains conclusion and references that were being used for making this journal. I also enclosed the footnotes below. I hope this translation can help student or dentist who want to picture a little close what is dentin hypersensitivity. I hope all of you have a nice Saturday! Happy weekend, Everyone.

Strategi Penatalaksanaan Hipersentivitias Dentin (part 7 of 8)

So, here we come to the core of the dentin dypersensitivity. How to manage it! As said before, that, by understanding the nature of dentin and hydrodinamic process, operator can interfere in every stage of it. I hope the flowchart below can help.

Perawatan In-Office (part 6 of 8)

Several In-Office treatments dor Dentin Hypersensitivity are topically applied desensitizing agents (including flouride, potassium nitrate, oxalate, and calcium phosphates), adhesives and resins, and other methods (including iontophoresis and lasers. Keep in mind that this methods is applied by dentist only. Keep reading to know the full-story!

Perawatan At-Home (part 5 of 8)


There are two kinds of treatments of dentin hypersensitivity: At-Home and In-Office. This grouping is based on complexity and the diagnosis. The At-Home treatments are desensitizing toothpastes/dentifrices, potassium salts, toothpaste application and mouthwash and chewing gums.

Pencegahan Hipersensitivitas Dentin (part 4 of 8)


Here we come to the 4th part of "Dentin Hypersensitivity". Today, Saturday, the weather here is a blast. Shining sun and I believe that the laundry will dry in no time. I want to get pumped this month. Help me please!

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

New Update for Diabetes Mellitus

Iwas trying to implement this new trick and tip to my blog. I previously looking for more efficient and effective way to shorten my post, or should I say, to beautify it. Nevertheless, this post is all about new update for Diabetes Melityus, taken from several sources. Feel free to browse it then.

Friday, 1 July 2011

Manajemen Klinis Hipersensitivitas Dentin (part 3 of 8)

Gambar 3. Tangga nyeri menunjukkan nyeri yang makin meningkat dan kompleksitas perawatan desensitisasi. Diadaptasi dengan izin World Health Organization (32).

Here comes part 3. It's about clinical management of dentin hypersensitivity form "Managing Dentin Hypersensitivity" journal. Speaking of which, my mood is getting better now. I presumed that the hormone drive didn't engrossed me again. Ahaha! It might be my last day for having my period this month.

Teori Hidrodinamik Tubulus Dentinalis (part 2 of 8)

Gambar 2. Tahapan rangkaian hidrodinamik. Bahan dapat diaplikasikan pada tahapan-tahapan tertentu ini.
I initially wanted to publish this journal translation in one whole post. But, then I realized that it was veeerrry long downward. So then I decided to separated it into 8 part. Yeah! You might imagine how long the translation was. But it was not that long, actually. Anyway, here is the second part of "Managing Dentin Hypersensitivity".

Karakteristik Hipersensitivitas Dentin (part 1 of 8)


Finaly, the translation is complete! It took a lot of days to finish this journal's translation. I found it very interesting and it's easy to understand. I mean, Britain's and America's English are particularly easy to understand, unlike English journal come from Middle-East or Asian country. Several times reading them and you will get what I'm talking about. Alright, without any hesitation, I present you how to managing dentin hypersensitivity. Fully loaded!