All About Life Saving Drugs

We are living in the world of scientific wonders. Medicinal science for instance has achieved much in treatment as well as in preventive measures. The science of treatment is as old as humanity. Signs of medicinal use of different plants, herbs and shrubs are found in the remains of ancient extinct traditions. Advancement in medicinal science has reached peak and there is yet more to come. Epidemics no longer succeed in wiping out a large area from humans and neither do a substantial number of infants at the time of birth.
Among the marvelous achievements of medicinal science the inventions of life saving drugs is a great blessing. In the recent past, most of the lives were taken due to lack of life saving drugs. Lifesaving drugs are the medicines used at the time of life threat of a patient. Heart stroke r cancer drugs lie in this vary category. Lifesaving drugs has helped in saving many of the patients recovering to life but are too expensive to be purchased by the poor. Even today most of the lifesaving drugs are considered far from reach of common man resulting in the death of patients. In spite of the fact that lifesaving drugs are essential entity for some yet if taken in wrong way or by healthy person could prove dangerous or even fatal. Safety measures if not taken properly doctors, nurses and pharmacists are in most danger to share bed with their patients. Statistics show a rapid increase of cancer in staff that controls the chemotherapy of the patients.
In fact, medical science is at its peak and the product of it is lifesaving drugs. Lifesaving drugs are dangerous and expensive. Clinical research and trials are on their way to make them cheap and ineffective, proper results yet to come.

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