I. Introduction Histamine was first discovered in the last century. It is the main medium for many biological reactions including allergic reactions. Some of these biological reactions are involved in the pathophysiological processes of common skin diseases. In theory, there are three ways to block the biological effects… Continue Reading Antihistamines for itch treatment
Antibiotics are drugs used to treat infections, and their “combat targets” are bacteria, not viruses. Before using antibiotics, doctors need to make sure it is the right choice for treating children. Parents also need to understand that the wrong use of antibiotics doesn’t work in treatment, but can even cause… Continue Reading 10 Reasons Why Doctors Don’t Give Antibiotics
Antihistamines have a clear effect on histamine-mediated allergic diseases. However, antihistamines still have many adverse reactions. One day passes and one sleeps and sleeps. Therefore, it is very necessary to correctly and reasonably grasp the use of antihistamines. Histamine source and metabolism The source of histamine Precursor: Histidine (rich in… Continue Reading Do you use antihistamines correctly?