Anasarca: A generalized swelling

  • L Reddenna Jagan’s College of Pharmacy
  • P Venkatesh Jagan’s College of Pharmacy,
  • K Siva Kumar Nirmala College of Pharmacy
  • A Saikeshava Reddy Nirmala College of Pharmacy,
Keywords: Anasarca, generalized oedema, slight swelling

Abstract

Anasarca is the medical term referred to an individual who experiences generalized oedema. Anasarca is diverse from slight swelling or oedema that occurs mainly in the feet. Anasarca is very familiar in patients with heart failure and kidney failure. Anasarca happens because there is an underlying problem. A selection of diagnostic methods can be used in a challenge to make a diagnosis of anasarca. Formerly anasarca and the underlying problem is diagnosed, suitable measures will be made to treat the problem. In this section, we can communicate the information regarding anasarca.

Author Biographies

L Reddenna, Jagan’s College of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmacy Practice,
Jagan’s College of Pharmacy,
Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, India

P Venkatesh, Jagan’s College of Pharmacy,

Department of Pharmacy Practice,
Jagan’s College of Pharmacy,
Nellore, Andhra Pradesh, India

K Siva Kumar, Nirmala College of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmacy Practice,
Nirmala College of Pharmacy,
Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh, India

A Saikeshava Reddy, Nirmala College of Pharmacy,

Department of Pharmacy Practice,
Nirmala College of Pharmacy,
Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh, India

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Published
2017-08-01
How to Cite
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Reddenna, L., Venkatesh, P., Siva Kumar, K. and Saikeshava Reddy, A. 2017. Anasarca: A generalized swelling. PharmaTutor. 5, 8 (Aug. 2017), 41-45.
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