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GERD: When to See a Doctor

GERD or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease is a digestive disorder more commonly known as acid reflux. It happens when there is a backflow of the acidic contents of the stomach to the esophagus. 

According to the Journal of Neurogastroenterology and Motility, this chronic disease is prevalent in 18.1 percent to 27.8 percent of patients in North America. Though it is common, GERD can cause complications and tissue damage with repeated or prolonged episodes.

Seeking Medical Attention

For many GERD patients, a conscious change in diet or over-the-counter medications may usually bring relief and reduce the following symptoms:

  • A burning sensation in the chest (heartburn)
  • Regurgitation of sour-tasting liquid
  • Unpleasant throat sensation, and
  • Some difficulty in swallowing

But if the acid reflux is disrupting a patient's sleep and affecting the patient's way of life, then a visit to the doctor is necessary.

If the acid reflux episodes are becoming more frequent (such as once a week) and the patient is no longer experiencing improvements in the symptoms, despite taking the medication, you should see the doctors in our walk-in clinic in Palm Springs. The doctor could switch your medication or recommend other tests to determine what is aggravating the symptoms. 

According to Harvard Health, acid reflux symptoms are also similar to the symptoms of a heart attack. So, even if the patients are aware of their condition, a trip to the emergency hospital for immediate medical attention should not be delayed if the GERD is accompanied by chest pains. 

Risk Factors for GERD

According to experts in our walk-in clinic in Lake Worth, it's still advisable to get evaluated for GERD if the patient has the following risk factors: 

  • The patient is diagnosed as obese.
  • The patient is pregnant.
  • The patient is a smoker.
  • The patient likes to consume alcohol or coffee in more than the usual amounts.
  • The patient frequently eats fried or fatty food.

Over time, when GERD is not controlled, it can lead to the following complications:

  • Esophageal stricture, which damages and causes scar tissue in the esophagus
  • Esophageal ulcer, which causes bleeding in the tissues and soreness of the esophagus
  • Barrett's esophagus, which leads to damage in the tissue lining of the esophagus that raises the risk for esophageal cancer. 

According to the American Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, about 10 to 15 percent of GERD patients could develop Barrett's esophagus if GERD isn't managed and controlled. So it pays to visit the doctor at the first indication that GERD symptoms are not improving. 

Learn more about Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches Walk-in Clinic in Palm Springs

If you are experiencing signs and symptoms of GERD, you must seek medical help from doctors in our urgent care clinic, Palm Beach Gardens and walk-in clinic in Lake Worth for proper management.

For your convenience, we have made our services more accessible. Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches has clinics in three convenient locations: Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Springs/Forest Hill, and West Palm Beach urgent care. You may schedule an appointment with our doctors online or come over as a walk-in patient. We guarantee you a maximum of 15 minutes waiting time.

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.

Minor scrapes and abrasions happen to us all the time. No matter if we are all thumbs or extremely careful, they just happen! Chopping food for dinner may result in slicing one’s finger, performing Do-It-Yourself tasks puts your hands at risk, too, and using gloves to protect your fingers isn’t always possible, especially when performing very intricate manual tasks. 

After you suffer a cut or laceration you may sustain bleeding, pain, infection and future scarring.  Their severity depends on the depth of the cut, and the extent of the damage to the structures beneath the skin. That’s why it is recommended that every cut which length is greater than 2 inches is inspected by a medical practitioner at our urgent care in Forest Hill or other locations.

The types of common injuries to the skin

A cut happens when the connective tissues of your skin are parted. None of the skin is missing, but the disconnected tissue reveals a wound. A cut is typically caused by a sharp object, such as a knife or a shard of glass. 

A laceration is a tearing of the skin that results in an irregular wound. Lacerations may be caused by impacts from both sharp and blunt objects. 

An abrasion is a skin injury caused by friction, most often when skin rubs against a rough surface and the upper layer of the skin is scraped off. The nerve endings are exposed which can cause pain and redness. 

news Abrasion, cut or laceration? Seek medical care at Urgent Care of The Palm Beaches

The risk of wound infection and when to seek medical care

Most minor wound infections can be effectively treated at home. However, sometimes even a minor injury to the skin may result in infection. An infection occurs when bacteria grow within the damaged skin of a wound. If you experience the following symptoms, you should seek medical attention at our urgent care in Forest Hill, as your wound may be infected:

  • Increasing pain
  • Swelling and redness
  • Warm skin around the wound
  • Yellow or green discharge coming from the wound
  • The wound giving off an unpleasant odor
  • In most severe cases: nausea, chills or fever can occur. 

Call us immediately to schedule an appointment or walk-in to our Forest Hill urgent care clinic if:

  • The wound is on your face.
  • The cut is deep (1/4 inch or more), or you can see fat or muscle. These are signs that you may need stitches.
  • You can't get all of the dirt or debris out of the wound, or the wound was caused by something very dirty or rusty.
  • You have a puncture wound or a cut and haven't had a tetanus shot in the past 5 years.
  • The injured area feels numb
  • The wound is from an animal or human bite

At Urgent Urgent Care of The Palm Beaches, you will have our medical team inspect your wound. We will clean the wound, stitch it if necessary, recommend a tetanus booster, and advise you how to take care of your injury at home. Call 561 328-8433 to schedule an appointment at our Forest Hill/Palm Springs urgent care location.

Call (561) 429-4779 for West Palm Beach/Palm Beach location.

Call (561) 429-6109 for North Palm Beach/Palm Beach Gardens location.

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.

Flu season in Florida for 2020 could be the most distressing especially for parents with kids. The state's health agency stated in an advisory that children who have not been given a flu shot raise their risk of dying from the disease by 60 percent. If your child hasn’t been vaccinated yet, you can go to urgent care, Forest Hill for a flu shot.

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, children, especially those under five years old, are vulnerable to flu complications. They may develop other conditions like ear infection, sinus problems, dehydration, pneumonia, or brain dysfunction if they do not get the proper treatment and protection.

Here are some ways to protect your kids during flu season:

1. Get your child vaccinated. 

It goes without saying that the most important protection you can give your children is to get them a flu shot. The vaccine against influenza can be given to children above six months of age.

Experts in urgent care, Forest Hill remind us that, while flu shots aren't 100 percent effective and your child could still fall ill, the vaccine will help make the symptoms and the duration of the condition less severe. You're still protecting your child from developing complications, including the worst case potential of a fatal outcome. 

You still have enough time to get the flu shots since flu season peaks in January or February. You can always get a flu shot in Urgent Care of Palm Beach Gardens.

2. Teach your child good hygiene.

  • Washing hands. The flu virus can easily spread because of the germs on one's hand; thus it's important to show your child how to scrub with soap for at least 20 seconds before washing it away with water.
  • Covering mouth or nose. Also, teach your children how to use tissues if they have a cough or a cold. If possible, let them wear face masks so that they won't spread the virus. 

3. Double up on Vitamin C.

Vitamin C can boost the immune system that fights viruses and bacteria. Children under three years old need 15 milligrams of Vitamin C a day while those from four to 10 need about 25 milligrams.

They can naturally get Vitamin C by eating a lot of fruits and vegetables like:

  • Orange 
  • Guava
  • Broccoli
  • Strawberries
  • Cantaloupe
  • Spinach
  • Tomato
  • Potato 
  • Banana

If your child is a picky eater, you can give Vitamin C supplements. 

Vitamin C is water-soluble so it is flushed when the child urinates, so there is little risk of getting too much of this important vitamin. 

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Flu-like Symptoms? Visit Urgent Care of Palm Beach Gardens Walk-in Clinic

If you are experiencing signs and symptoms of the flu, you must seek medical help immediately from doctors in our urgent care clinic, Palm Beach Gardens for proper management.

For your convenience, we have made our services more accessible. Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches has clinics in three convenient locations: Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Springs/Forest Hill and West Palm Beach urgent care. You may schedule an appointment with our doctors online or come over as a walk-in patient. We guarantee you a maximum of 15 minutes waiting time.

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.

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Sinuses are hollow spaces inside the skull. They are located around your nose as well as above and below your eyes, and connect to other hollow cavities of the skull. Experts say that these soft and pink membranes work to produce mucus to protect your nose from dust, dirt, and other pollutants.

 

Because of their function, sinuses are always at risk of getting swollen or inflamed as they catch a bacterial or viral infection. When this happens, you can easily develop sinus pain that may be acute or chronic.

 

Sinus pain is a common complaint of patients who visit Urgent Care walk-in clinic in Palm Beach Gardens. Aside from pain, other accompanying signs and symptoms make it harder for patients to deal with their sinus condition.

 

Common Symptoms of Sinus Pain

Urgent Care Forest Hill doctors identified the following earliest signs of a potential sinus problem:

 

  • Stuffy nose
  • Runny nose
  • Pain or pressure in the eyes and cheekbones
  • Swelling of the face
  • Headache
  • Loss of sense of smell
  • Dizziness
  • Sore throat 
  • Earache
  • Tinnitus (ringing of the ears)
  • Hearing loss

 

Acute sinus pain usually occurs at least three times a year and lasts for about 10 days to two months. A chronic sinus problem, however, recurs more than four times a year and lasts over two months. 

 

Nasal Discharge, Nasal Congestion, and Sinus Pain? Time to Visit a Doctor in Urgent Care Forest Hill

 

If the sinus problem is chronic and comes with other symptoms like nasal discharge, nasal congestion, and even pain in the face, then it's high time to visit a doctor to get a proper diagnosis and treatment. 

 

In most cases, nasal discharge is green, which means that there is an infection in the nasal passages. Patients might also develop coughing fits, especially at night, since the discharge may drip from the nose to the back of the throat.

 

If the nose isn't dripping, then an inflamed sinus may be congested and restrict airflow that makes breathing more difficult. Patients might also temporarily lose the ability to smell or taste because of sinus infection and experience headaches, especially in the morning. 

 

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Treating and Preventing Sinus Problems

 

Doctors may prescribe over-the-counter medications like decongestants and antihistamines to manage sinus pain due to infections. You might also need nasal spray, but this is not recommended for prolonged use. 

 

In some patients, nasal irrigation using saline solutions might work to relieve sinus discharges. According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, this treatment method is safe with no reported adverse effects. 

 

Avoiding sinus pain might be possible if you also avoid triggers that may cause sinus problems such as cigarette smoke. During flu season, washing your hands and wearing a mask may also protect you from developing sinus irritations.

 

Learn more about Urgent Care Walk-in Clinic in Palm Beach Gardens

 

If you have further questions about sinus pain, our doctors at Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches Walk-in Clinic are always happy to help. You may also Contact Us or schedule an appointment.

 

 

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.

Almost every single person, no matter the age group, has experienced some form of nausea and vomiting. Nausea and vomiting, however, are not illnesses. Rather, they are signs and symptoms of an underlying medical condition.

Are nausea and vomiting the same?

Nausea and vomiting are two different symptoms, and one can exist without the other. Nausea refers to feeling sick in the stomach with an urge to vomit, although it doesn’t always lead to vomiting. Vomiting or throwing up is when you expel the contents of your stomach, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, through your mouth.

Common Causes of Nausea and Vomiting

Many diseases can lead to nausea and vomiting, and they are not necessarily diseases of the stomach alone. Experts in West Palm Beach urgent care have identified the following common reasons for nausea and vomiting:

Food Poisoning

Food poisoning is a common occurrence in the United States, with approximately 48 million Americans getting sick from a form of food poisoning every year. Ingesting food-borne microorganisms from contaminated food and drink is the most common cause of food poisoning. If not treated promptly, it can lead to dehydration and fever.

Anorexia

Anorexia is a form of eating disorder that affects 30 million people in the United States, wherein patients have an intense fear of gaining weight. This condition doesn’t discriminate in terms of gender and age. According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, a patient dies every hour due to an eating disorder. Patients with anorexia nervosa suffer from slow stomach emptying and sluggish metabolism, leading to bloating, acid reflux, nausea, and vomiting.

Bulimia

Bulimia is another form of eating disorder wherein patients have periods of excessive eating followed by induced vomiting and other forms of purging like fasting, excessive exercise, and use of laxatives and enemas -- which they do as a compensatory behavior. Just like anorexia, patients with bulimia nervosa are also afraid of weight gain. Around 1.5% of women in the United States suffer from bulimia nervosa.

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Learn more about Urgent Care Clinic in Palm Beach Gardens

If you are experiencing nausea and vomiting, you must seek medical help immediately from doctors in our urgent care clinic, Palm Beach Gardens to identify the cause of your symptoms. Only after finding out the real cause can you be given proper treatment and medical management.

For your convenience, we have made our services more accessible. Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches has clinics in three convenient locations: Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Springs/Forest Hill and West Palm Beach urgent care. You may schedule an appointment with our doctors online or come over as a walk-in patient. We guarantee you a maximum of 15 minutes waiting time.

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.

November is the time to be thankful, a time to remember and to embrace those who enrich our lives.
Wish you a very happy Thanksgiving!

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Flu season is once again in full swing and as before, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend that individuals aged six months or older get the much-needed flu shot as soon as possible.

 

You’re only one flu shot away from protecting yourself and others against the flu. If you are looking for a facility that offers a flu shot in Palm Beach County, you can go to the nearest Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches (UCPB) clinic. Flu shots are also available in all of our three locations:

 

  • Flu Shot in Palm Springs/Forest Hill Blvd - Call (561) 328-8433
  • Flu Shot in North Palm Beach/Palm Beach Gardens - Call (561) 429-6109
  • Flu Shot in West Palm Beach/Palm Beach -  Call (561) 429-4779

 

Despite the health campaign for an annual flu shot, however, less than half of Americans still refuse to get vaccinated due to fears arising from common misconceptions about flu vaccination.

 

Doctors and experts in UCPB  walk-in clinic, Palm Springs have put together the following facts you need to know to debunk these misconceptions.

 

1. Myth: You'll be sick with the flu because of the influenza vaccine. 

 

Truth: Flu shots won't make you sick but it will prevent you from developing the flu. According to Harvard Health, flu shots contain an inactivated virus so it cannot transmit infection. Likewise, the CDC clarifies that some flu injections have the flu virus' single gene. This means that it is not enough to cause an infection but it is just the right amount for the body to develop an immune response against the flu virus. 

 

2. Myth: You can no longer get flu shots in the middle of winter.

 

Truth: It is highly recommended that flu shots be administered between September or October. However, health workers will not discourage you from getting the vaccine even if it's in the middle of January since there are still some more months remaining for flu season. You'll still be able to benefit from the protection of the vaccine.

 

3. Myth: You don't need to get flu shots every year.

 

Truth: The influenza virus mutates and changes how it impacts the human body every year. Even if you've had the vaccine before, it's still a good idea to get a flu shot again for the next flu season to protect yourself from the most recent strain. 

 

If you’re a healthy person, you might still be a carrier of the virus without you knowing it or experiencing any symptoms. If you get the shots yearly, you can help prevent a potential outbreak.

 

4. Myth: Vaccines work 100 percent.

 

Truth: Getting a flu shot in Palm Beach County means you'll have a 40 to 60 percent chance of avoiding the illness, as per the CDC. But while it's not a 100 percent protection, people who've been given the flu vaccine will experience less intense effects of the virus, such as low-grade fever, mild headache, and muscle pain. 

 

For some people, especially those with really low immunity, the lack of flu shot increases their risk of hospitalization, flu complications like organ failure, and even death.

 

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Learn More About Flu Vaccines in UCPB Walk-in Clinic, Palm Springs

 

Do you have further questions about the flu? Or would you like to take action to protect yourself and your family? Contact Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches Walk-in Clinic in Palm Springs today. You can also schedule your immunization online. For inquiries, contact us.

 

 

 

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.

 

Have you been experiencing a productive cough for three months or longer? Do you seem breathless all the time? Do you get tired easily? You might want to visit our specialists in Urgent Care, Forest Hill as you could be suffering from a chronic lung disease called Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

 

COPD is a long-term and progressive lung condition affecting 16 million adults in the United States. Although smoking has been known as a major risk factor for COPD, recent reports have revealed that 25% of patients with COPD are non-smokers and have acquired the disease through exposure to dust, fumes, vapors, and second-hand smoke.

 

Forms of COPD

COPD that has three forms: chronic bronchitis, emphysema, and non-reversible asthma.

 

1. Chronic Bronchitis

 

The bronchial tubes are the passageway through which air travels to and from the lungs. In patients with chronic bronchitis, the bronchial tubes become swollen and irritated, narrowing the passageways. This leads to coughing and shortness of breath, as the body attempts to force air into and out of the lungs. Coughing also stimulates phlegm production.

 

2. Emphysema

 

The lungs have small air sacs where gas exchange takes place and these are called alveoli. In patients with emphysema, the walls of the alveoli are damaged. This leads to poor oxygen absorption. The lungs also lose their elasticity as the damaged air sacs form into a large, single air sac. This results in difficulty of exhaling air and shortness of breath.

 

3. Refractory Asthma

 

Refractory, or non-reversible, asthma is not like the regular bronchial asthma as it doesn’t respond to conventional anti-asthma medications. Patients often experience persistent symptoms such as shortness of breath and wheezing caused by the narrowing of the air passages.

 

Signs and Symptoms of COPD

The clinical presentation of COPD differs in every patient, as the disease is an umbrella of three conditions. Although adults develop a cough and shortness of breath from time to time, you should still consult our doctors in Forest Hill urgent care if you experience the following symptoms:

 

  • Cough that lasts from 3 months to 2 years
  • Shortness of breath
  • Wheezing, or a high-pitched sound produced when breathing
  • Chest tightness

 

Learn more about COPD from our doctors in urgent care Forest Hill

If you think you might be suffering from COPD, or know someone who does, don’t hesitate to drop by Urgent Care of the Palm Beaches clinic in Forest Hill. Early diagnosis and prompt treatment are the initial steps to managing this long-term, progressive lung condition.

 

If you have further questions about COPD, our doctors at Forest Hill Urgent Care Walk-in Clinic are always happy to help. You may also Contact Us or schedule an appointment.

 

 

The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.

As a highly addictive and toxic substance, alcohol brings many effects that impact your body's health. Experts in Palm Springs urgent care warn that the consumption of too much alcohol may cause damage to the organs or raise your risk for diseases like cancer and gastrointestinal problems. In some people, drinking alcohol may also lead to an allergic reaction and while this is rare, it could still have a fatal outcome.

 

Alcohol Allergy or Alcohol Intolerance

Sometimes, the symptoms of alcohol intolerance may seem like an allergic reaction. You could feel your face becoming red or flushed or you develop hives and feel your nose getting stuffy. Your blood pressure may also drop and your heart may palpitate. You may also develop a headache after a binge and some stomach discomforts.

These symptoms are reactions to the components or ingredients of the alcohol but these are not the results of an alcohol allergy. A genuine alcohol allergy occurs when your immune system has been compromised. Thus, you may feel the following:

 

  • Rashes, hives or urticaria
  • Difficulty in breathing or shortness of breath
  • Tightness around throat and mouth or throat constriction 
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Lightheadedness
  • Loss of consciousness

All of these are symptoms of anaphylaxis due to the presence of ethanol in alcohol. If you have an alcohol allergy, even just a small amount can cause anaphylaxis. If you have alcohol intolerance, experiencing digestive discomforts and symptoms are pretty common. Visit our walk in clinic in Palm Springs if you experience any of the symptoms mentioned above. Our doctors will identify the cause and suggest the most effective treatment options. 

 

Alcohol Ingredients That Trigger Allergies

Beverages containing alcohol are mixed with different ingredients, preservatives, and chemicals that your body might be having a hard time breaking down.

  • Red wine has high histamine and yeast content.
  • Beer, vodka, gin, bourbon or whiskey have barley, hops, rye, wheat and nut extracts. 
  • Wine, champagne, cognac and martinis have grape proteins.

Some alcohol has fining agents like egg, milk or fish protein, as well as sulfite additives or preservatives that can trigger reactions in 10 percent of people with asthma, according to a study published in  Gastroenterology and Hepatology from Bed to Bench.

Your risk for alcohol allergy increases if you have other food allergies, asthma, or a disease called Hodgkin's lymphoma.

 

Prevention and Treatment for Alcohol Allergy

The only way to prevent an alcohol allergy is abstinence from drinking. Consequently, you also need to be careful when eating food cooked with alcohol as one or two spoonfuls may be enough to cause a fatal reaction.

The presence of alcohol in other substances may not always be obvious. For instance, fermented fruits may naturally have alcohol. Some medications, especially cough syrups, may also contain alcohol.

If necessary, treat an alcohol allergy like you would any type of allergies. This means that you might have to carry an epinephrine auto injector in case of alcohol exposure or wear a medical identification bracelet for emergency situations. 

 

Learn more about alcohol allergy from Palm Springs Urgent Care doctors

If you think you have an alcohol allergy, consult with a doctor at Urgent Care Forest Hill to get the necessary tests, such as a blood test or a prick test. The latter will be a quicker process to determine your body's reaction to an ingredient in an alcoholic drink as tiny bumps on your skin will usually appear.  Schedule an appointment now or Contact Us for more information.

 

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The material contained on this site is for informational purposes only and DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PROVIDING OF MEDICAL ADVICE, and is not intended to be a substitute for independent professional medical judgment, advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your health.

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