Stroboscopy is one of the main methods of research of the vocal cords. During diagnostics, the device records the high-speed movement (vibration). This is the so-called strobe effect. This research technique has been working for a very long time, and with the development of new technologies it is still being used. The purpose of stroboscopy is to diagnose any abnormalities in the operation of the vocal cords.
The additive “ammonium chloride” is well known to most consumers, since the word “ammonia” is periodically used in everyday life and does not cause questions. However, ammonia E510 is not ammonia, which is used to revive people who have lost consciousness. Ammonia is nothing more than a solution of ammonium hydroxide with water.
Potassium ferrocyanide (formula - E536) is a rather dangerous chemical additive, which is forbidden to be used in the process of manufacturing various products in some countries. In our country, this prohibition does not exist and E536 is actively added to ordinary table salt to perform anti-caking action (an obstacle to the formation of clodiness of salt).
The nutritional supplement E579 or iron gluconate has been a subject of controversy for many years. Some claimed that without this substance anemia can develop, since it is iron that is directly involved in the synthesis of hemoglobin. Their opponents pointed out that an excess of iron in the body negatively affects the work of many internal organs and systems, in particular, the heart.
Few people today can imagine their life without bread. It is simply impossible to pass by a delicious fragrant freshly baked product. Now on the shelves of the supermarket you can find a wide variety of all kinds of pastries. But lately, especially the followers of a healthy lifestyle, most often prefer new-fangled yeast-free bread.
Anorectal manometry is a diagnostic procedure that allows you to determine the pressure in the rectum and colon and its exit zone (anus). In other words, during the period of diagnosis, a study is conducted regarding the tone of the anal sphincters, the motor capacity of the rectum and colon. The doctor prescribes anorectal manometry in the event that the patient complains of impaired colon motility, diarrhea or persistent constipation.