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Chrysostom had a lot to pulse pressure lying down generic 120 mg cardizem with visa say about the luxuries that accompanied bathing: in a particular example blood pressure medication names starting with c order cardizem 120mg line, a rich man is opposed to blood pressure of 90/50 discount cardizem 180mg amex one suffering from poverty: the rich man enjoys fine clothes pulse pressure low diastolic buy generic cardizem 60mg online, good food, overall well-being – and the pleasures of bathing. While it was not uncommon for the poor to be able to go to the baths, especially when the entry was free, the rhetoric used here obviously could not have mentioned this. Admittedly, the wealthy could afford to go to some of the more lavish, private baths, while using more expensive cosmetics and having more attendants at their disposal, both their own and provided by the bath 380 house. It should be also remembered that there were usually many baths available in any town or city, and that they varied greatly in size and the number and quality amenities they offered. Unless a poor person was able to find a sponsored bath, he would have to satisfy himself with the cheapest place, perhaps bathe without any assistance and, in all likelihood, spend less time relaxing there in general. In a similar manner, the wealthy person is placed in a bath-house in another homily, enjoying the pleasures provided by the facility; these are presented as a luxury, put together with an excessively well supplied table and a number of servants 381 attending the rich man’s matters. Chrysostom concludes that the poor should not be covetous of the earthly pleasures that are out of their reach, as in leading a simple life in poverty they are following a path to salvation. The less well-off should thus be happy that at least some of the temptations of this life are outside their means – while the wealthy, once again, are sent a signal that they ought to avoid indulging in pleasures that they can afford. Bathing again appears, together with eating, as one of the things that are 382 necessary in life – but which are harmful when overused. However, when Chrysostom finds himself in a situation where he is accused of, among other things, using the baths, and sees that there are some who think that he should not frequent them, he defends himself by saying that there is nothing which would forbid 383 Christians from bathing, and that there is no honour to be gained from being dirty. This has interesting implications for considering the negative approach to bathing common among the ascetics, but the contradiction here is not explicit: the monks were to avoid pleasure and various temptations, and both abounded in the baths; but not necessarily the cleanliness. Baths can be found listed by Chrysostom among the 384 things that were made by God common and for all to use, like cities or markets. I have briefly discussed in the previous chapter the alleged eagerness of the Vandal people to embrace the luxurious Roman lifestyle. It is worth noting that, in this case at least, their religious affiliation is not brought up by Procopius. The excessive love of wealth and extravagance ascribed to the Vandals by the author could have easily been linked with the Arian faith, should Procopius wished to do so. Otherwise willing to pay at least lip service to the role of the religion in shaping of many of the events he described (and, occasionally, not shying from including mentions of events bordering on supernatural), the historian seems to have been content to indicate the ethnicity, rather than religion, of the conquerors of the previously Roman North Africa as the chief cause of the moral failings of the 385 Vandals. That said, the criticism of the Vandal people, while dressed in different words is, quite clearly, based on the same ideas and values that were preached by Chrysostom over a century before. Far from moralising or trying to provide a better model of life in his text, Procopius is nonetheless pointing out the same failings for which the Romans themselves were criticised by their own preachers. A particular reference to the functioning of the baths (and the use of wealth) can be found in a fragment where Chrysostom compares a pile of gold a rich man possesses to a heap of dung: the comparison is clearly in favour of the dung, as it can be used in a number of useful ways, for example, in heating a bath (while the gold 386 itself has no practical uses whatsoever). Baths and popular beliefs Christians were not the only ones to casually mention baths when talking about religious (or quasi-religious) matters. Ammianus Marcellinus, when discussing the extent to which superstitions were common among fellow pagans, remarks mockingly that some of them needed to consult calendars to make sure that astrological signs are good before various undertakings. The practice itself does not seem to be criticised, but the comments on resorting to astrology even before engaging in activities such as eating a meal, showing publicly or going to the baths 385 Procopius, History, 4, 4, 6-9. Ammianus is, of course, exaggerating, but the examples he provides do make clear the mundane and everyday nature of bathing. Ammianus mentions another instance of belief in the supernatural, specifically, belief in omens, that involved a bath-house. During Valens’ 388 stay in Savaria (in 375), an owl was spotted perching on the top of the imperial bath, and made sounds that were interpreted as foretelling death; despite attempts of many people to chase away the owl with thrown objects, nobody was able to 389 successfully hit the hooting bird. In this case, the link between the building and the emperor seems to have been the key element in interpreting the omen – one that, while coming relatively early, would have later be seen as quite true. Bath-houses themselves were sometimes used for quasi-magical purposes; one example provided by Ammianus describes how a young man was executed during the reign of Valens’ for “magically” (as it was apparently judged to be) trying to alleviate his stomach trouble by first touching the marble (of wall or floor) in a bath-house, then his chest, while reciting the seven (Greek) vowels; he was tortured and beheaded 390 for this. Ammianus does not elaborate on whether the practice was indeed supposed to have a “magical”, pseudo-medical or actual medical significance. Trombley argues that the little “ritual” was most likely prescribed by a physician in order to take the patient’s mind off the recurring pain, and the authorities simply mistook the 391 recitation for some form of sorcery. The location where the man was seen performing his little ritual was important only in so far as the public character of the baths was concerned (in that the youth was spotted doing something suspicious). The link between the baths and superstition appears also in a homily targeting a practice that Chrysostom found laughable: he mentions seeing some servant girls making a mark with mud on a child’s forehead that was supposed to turn away evil charms and protect the child from other supernatural influences. Here, the baths themselves do not seem to have any particular significance: they are not mentioned 387 Ammianus Marcellinus, Res Gestae, 28, 4, 24. Rike, Apex Omnium: Religion in the Res Gestae of Ammianus, University if California Press 1987. One more example of (what might be called superstition) associated in the baths, this time noted with some approval, comes from Chrysostom: at one point he must have noticed that his faithful were making sign of the cross when entering the baths (or, also absent-mindedly, when lighting a candle); seeing this evidently habitual behaviour, he advises his flock to consciously develop beneficial habits – 393 like, for example, not swearing. This habitual making sign of the cross could potentially indicate the awareness of the somewhat risky (that is, providing opportunities to sin, if only by thought) nature of bathing establishments. It also shows Chrystostom’s appreciation of simple conditioning of his listeners (as means of 394 reducing the risk of sinning). Baths were given considerable attention in the dream book of Artemidorus, nd 395 written during 2 century. The interpretation of dreams seems fairly straightforward – qualities and properties of everyday objects, places and events seen in a dream are extrapolated and given explanation that is in one way or another directly relevant to those meanings. Artemidorus even comments on earlier authors, and explains how meaning of certain dreams has changed, reflecting the change in bathing customs. While written prior to the times that are of main interest for the purpose of this study, the wealth of information on bathing customs included in the nd dreambook and the fact that bathing practices changed relatively from the 2 to the th th 5, and even 6 centuries, are enough to justify giving this source more attention. Artemidorus comments that early authors did not link dreams of bathing or 396 washing with inauspicious events, as bathing took place in private bath-tubs. However, since public baths came into being, the dreams of bathing or even seeing a bath were believed to indicate bad luck. In a similar vein, sweating meant harm and change of the skin colour meant anguish and anxiety. This is the main section of the dream book devoted to bathing, and by far the longest entry on the subject. In his times, however, bathing was a common and luxurious activity; he believes that dreams of washing in bright, spacious and warm baths are auspicious. He notes that this is only true if the bathing takes place as normal; entering hot baths with clothes on meant sickness and mental anguish; for the sick enter the baths clothed, and anxiety causes people to sweat. The remark indicating that the sick would enter the bathing area dressed is worth additional attention; this is not something commonly mentioned in other sources. Assistance or lack thereof while bathing might also indicate problems: a poor person dreaming of being attended by many others indicated illness (for in no other circumstances this would have happened normally), and for wealthy, conversely, bathing alone was an ill omen – as they would normally be accompanied by others. The following were considered ill omens for everyone: not being able to sweat, seeing bath-houses where rooms or ceilings have caved in or finding no water in the tanks. Here Artemidorus mentions how an acquaintance of his, a lyre player, had a dream that he went to wash himself, but found no water to do so. He was subsequently disqualified from a contest for trying to bribe the judges (and thus was unable to achieve what he wanted). Dreams of bathing in natural, warm springs signified health for the sick, but unemployment for the healthy – as the people likely to visit the springs were the sick and those who did not have anything to do, reinforcing the idea of hot springs’ association with recuperation and leisure. Dreams of washing in clean, clear water, wherever it was found, were auspicious, but dreams of swimming, Artemidorus notes without giving further explanation, were always symbolic of danger and disease. Following the dream book’s advice, one learns that scrapers, brushes, towels meant attendants; losing one of them in a dream signified loss of an attendant; this provides further evidence for the presence of private attendants in the baths. On their own, scrapers meant harm (as they scrape off sweat, but add nothing to the body); they could also mean a courtesan, Artemidorus argues, and for the same reasons. A flask of oil or box with scrapers meant a good wife, faithful handmaid, or a useful slave, further hinting at the usefulness and value of bath-related accessories. Dreams of 117 397 singing in the baths were believed to be generally inauspicious. They meant that the dreamer’s voice will become indistinct and furthermore, many people were condemned to prison after having such dreams (although this passage lacks further explanation). The act of washing was a figurative way of saying that something will be disclosed (thus threatening to wash someone meant revealing some information 398 about them).

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Occurrence of specifc side efects will vary according to the chemotherapy or medications used. The most common side efects experienced are nausea and vomiting, anemia, hair loss, bleeding (thrombocytopenia), hyperuricemia, bone marrow depression, alopecia and mucositis. So diferent parameters must be taken into consideration to prevent, reduce and overcome these side efects [3-5]. Classifcations of Chemotherapy Side Efects *Corresponding author: Bassam Abdul Rasool Hassan, Clinical Pharmacy Discipline, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Sains Malaysia, 11800, The side efects commonly associated with chemotherapy treatment Minden, Penang, Malaysia, Tel: +6-016-423-0950; E-mail:bassamsunny@yahoo. This risk is conditioned by a range of factors, including the high cell turnover rate of the oral mucosa, the diversity and complexity of the oral microfora, and soft tissue trauma during normal oral function. 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Based on the reviewed literature, elective dental treatment can be provided before chemotherapy, with emphasis on the elimination of infectious foci. During chemotherapy, dental treatment should be limited to emergency procedures, while dental treatment of any kind can be prescribed after chemotherapy – with special considerations in the case of patients who have received treatment with intravenous bisphosphonates. Key words: Chemotherapy, cancer treatment, dental treatment, oral mucositis, neurotoxicity, jaw osteonecrosis, intravenous bisphosphonates. Introduction most commonly used in head and neck malignancies are Anticancer chemotherapy currently involves the use of bleomycin, cisplatin, methotrexate, 5-fuorouracil, vin drugs (cytostatic or cytotoxic agents) that avoid prolife blastine and cyclophosphamide (2). 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Cognitive Impairment Treatments Under Investigation See Learning Disabilities Research to learn more about long-term and late efects continues to increase. Patients may have the opportunity Dental Abnormalities to take part in clinical trials. Tese trials, conducted The most common dental problems are failure of the teeth under rigorous guidelines, help clinicians and researchers to develop (dental or tooth agenesis), arrested root to determine the benefcial and adverse efects of potential development, microdontia (unusually small teeth), new treatments. Studies are also conducted to evaluate new underdevelopment of the jaw and enamel abnormalities. Fatigue In addition, research to better understand and treat An unusual tiredness that interferes with daily life and long-term and late efects associated with certain cancer cannot be overcome by resting or a good night’s sleep. 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Test results can predict a Survivors of leukemia or lymphoma who have been treated patient at risk for the specifc efects associated with a with modern conventional therapy have relatively low risk particular biomarker and thus allow doctors to plan for infertility or delayed or impaired puberty. Both males and females may experience some sexual Secondary Cancers efects during and after treatment. Males may have difculty sustaining an erection, may have low sperm counts and may Cancer survivors treated with chemotherapy or radiation become sterile. Survivors of childhood Hodgkin lymphoma have the greatest risk for Hyperthyroidism developing a secondary cancer. The highly variable l Acute Myeloid Leukemia and Myelodysplastic symptoms include nervousness, sudden weight loss, rapid Syndromes—Treatment-related acute myeloid heartbeat, fatigue and increased sensitivity to heat. The highly variable l Brain Tumors—The incidence of secondary solid symptoms include increased sensitivity to cold, weight gain, tumors is very low following diagnosis of childhood painful joints, muscle aches and pale, dry skin. Problems that afect thinking or memory, including l Breast Cancer—Treatment with mantle radiation organization, reading, processing speed, visual memory, therapy for Hodgkin lymphoma increases the risk for understanding math concepts or remembering math facts. Females treated before the age of 21 years The degree of impairment depends on whether or not have a signifcantly greater risk than adult women. Children treated and biannual breast exams, starting a decade after their during infancy or early childhood are at the highest risk. The risk for developing osteosarcoma depends upon the dosage of radiation and Peripheral Neuropathy whether individuals were also concurrently treated with alkylating drugs. Numbness, tingling or pain in the hands and feet may persist for months or years following treatment with certain drugs that are toxic to the nerves. With menopause, a female has School of Medicine and Dentistry no follicles left at all. To reach their Long-Term important contributions to the material presented in this Follow-Up Guidelines for Survivors of Childhood, Adolescent publication. Information Specialists can answer social, and economic efects of cancer and its treatment general questions about diagnosis and treatment options, among pediatric and adult survivors of cancer and their ofer guidance and support and assist with clinical-trial families. Late mortality among 5-year survivors of childhood cancer: a summary from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.

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