There are different types of vaccines that we can recognize. Each type is designed to teach your immune system how to fight off certain kinds of germs—and the serious diseases they cause.
The advancement of modern medicine helped us to live longer than ever before. Until recently, deaths at or around the age of 30 were very common. The smallpox, for example, was considered one of the deadliest diseases known to humans.
For the advanced cases of colorectal cancer and inflammatory bowel diseases, surgery can be the most effective treatment method that aims to take out the part of the colon or rectum where the problem is.
Ulcerative colitis is an inflammatory bowel disease that causes ulcers and sores to appear in the digestive tract, along with swelling and long-lasting inflammations . The ulcers usually affect the linings of the colon and the rectum. Ulcerative colitis takes a considerably long time to develop, and can sometimes lead to life-threatening complications.
Crohn’s disease is one of the common types of inflammatory bowel diseases that might occur in the small intestines or in the colon.
In 1997, the journey begins..
Dr.oweira started his career in the medical school of Aleppo, Syria, and started his training in visceral surgery in 2004, Germany. Soon, he held positions as a visceral and consultant surgeon in Berlin, Heidelberg and Zürich.
Your colon can efficiently remove the waste your body no longer needs. However, a variety of painful problems may occur in an unhealthy colon.
Despite unprecedented social progress around the world, social exclusion and discrimination remain fundamental problems in the world today. As racial discrimination occurs on many levels and in a variety of contexts, the healthcare sector continues to witness extreme acts of discrimination on a daily basis.
Dr.Oweira platform is happy to announce the release of the first original series entitled “Journey through a Healthy colon”.
In the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic, nurses, midwives and other healthcare workers are on the frontlines of the covid-19, putting their lives at risk to provide treatment and care 24/7.