Staphylococcus in the throat is the presence in the mucous membrane of the pharynx or larynx bacteria that can cause an infectious-inflammatory process. A microbe can exist there as a conditionally pathogenic microflora, that is, without causing a disease, but can cause an inflammatory reaction. Staphylococcus aureus is considered the most dangerous, as it is more often than other species (epidermal and saprophytic) causes the disease and is the most aggressive.
Pharyngitis is an inflammation of the pharynx, part of the throat, which is immediately behind the sky and extends to the Adam's apple (larynx). Inflammation usually occurs when viruses (or sometimes bacteria) from a cold, flu, or sinus infection enter the throat. With pharyngitis, symptoms appear like soreness, a "lump" sensation and a sore throat, aggravated by swallowing, dry cough, fever.
Bradycardia is a decrease in heart rate (HR), accompanied by a decrease in heart rate. A pulse is considered normal, ranging from 60 to 90 beats per minute. If a person has a heart rate less than 60 units, then this condition is indicated by the term "bradycardia". Translated from the Greek, it means: bradys - slow and kardia - heart.
Iron deficiency anemia is a disease characterized by a decrease in the level of hemoglobin in the blood. According to the results of research in the world, about 2 billion people suffer from this form of anemia of varying severity. Children and lactating women are most susceptible to this disease: every third child in the world suffers from anemia, almost all nursing women experience anemia of varying degrees.