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Types of Cough

          There are numerous distinct types of cough, each has their underlying cause. Here are a few of the most typical coughs:A dry cough is one that doesn't cause any phlegm or mucus to be produced. Allergies, acid reflux, or a viral illness like the cold or flu can all contribute to it.A productive cough that produces phlegm or mucus is known as a wet cough. Numerous conditions, such as bronchitis, pneumonia, or a sinus infection, may be to blame.A chronic cough is one that lasts longer than eight weeks. It can be brought on by allergies, asthma, or smoking. A whooping cough is when someone coughs violently, they make the "whooping" sound with their inhalation....

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KPLASS Skin Patch (Transdermal Absorption)

There are several reasons why our researchers chose the eventual route of administration as transdermal absorption - skin patches. Transdermal absorption was chosen to avoid the first pass effect (reduced absorption due to oral consumption). Our product delivers medication from our patch directly into the body through the opening of pores initiated by the world's first far-infrared skin patch technology.

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First Pass Effect

          When an active ingredient is absorbed into the bloodstream from the gastrointestinal tract, it is significantly metabolised in the liver before it reaches the systemic circulation, this phenomenon is known as the "first pass effect." In other words, the liver metabolises and excretes a portion of it before it reaches the body's target site.Active ingredients taken orally are absorbed into the portal circulation, or the blood supply that feeds the liver, before being distributed to the rest of the body, which results in the first pass effect. The amount that is available to exert its desired effect is decreased because the liver enzymes break down some of it before it enters the systemic circulation. The extent...

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Acupoint

        The use of acupuncture dates back thousands of years and originated in Oriental medicine. It has become more and more popular in the West over the past few decades as well. Qi (or life energy), which is pronounced "chee," is the general idea behind acupuncture and its closely related practice, acupressure. The energy system consists of meridians, which are well-defined pathways with numerous acupuncture points (also known as an acupoint) that have an impact on different organs, regions, or body systems, hence it can be used to treat a variety of medical conditions.. The body contains hundreds or even thousands of points, and recent CT scans have even revealed micro-vessel cluster points that coincide with these body locations. The fundamental...

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