Research has shown that medical professionals unnecessary intervention may not give freedom to labor woman regarding decisions so the way of communication by medical professionals should be with respect which gives support and care to the birthing woman.
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A new study, published in the journal Arthritis Care & Research, revealed that mortality rates were increased for patients with rheumatoid arthritis relative to the general population across most causes of death.
Researchers from Biophysics departments have expanded greater understanding about the structure of nanofibrous scaffolds, termed nanoscaffolds in a study that is researching heart tissue regeneration. They have studied the structure of a nanofibrous scaffold, as well as its interaction with rat cardiac cells, as part of a study into heart tissue regeneration. The study was published in the journal Acta Biomaterialia.
Researchers have performed a procedure using a new device called the Pascal system in a patient with tricuspid regurgitation – a condition in which the valve separating the two right chambers of the heart is leaking. This can cause the heart to enlarge, eventually leading to symptoms of heart failure such as shortness of breath, fatigue and leg swelling. The study has been published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Cardiovascular Interventions.
Researchers have revealed a link between low thyroid hormone levels and wound healing complications. The retrospective study looked at 182 patients with laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma who were first treated with radiation, but ultimately required a total laryngectomy, or removal of the voice box. The study was published in the Annals of Surgical Oncology.
Women with breast cancer are often afraid of receiving radiotherapy , but a new study, published in the journal Cancer , reveals that women who have received the same treatment suggest their experiences with it were much better than they expected.
Researchers evaluated the proteins that regulate cell operations do not confine their research to understanding the molecules. They also look deep into the proteins' evolutionary past to explore what structures have allowed proteins with new functions to develop in response to new needs. The study was published in the journal Science.
A new collaborative, multi-institutional study, published in JAMA Oncology, suggests that magnetic resonance imaging-based prediction models can help reduce unnecessary biopsies in suspected prostate cancer patients and help improve personalized risk stratification.
In this study, researchers examined facial reconstructive surgeons could soon have a safer, more accessible form of cartilage for nasal reconstructions, meaning fewer surgeries and less pain for patients. The team conducting the research project used a clinically approved collagen biomaterial as a scaffold to grow new cartilage it can harvest and shape for patients who need nasal reconstruction.
A stroke drug, 3K3A-APC, invented at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) has shown signs of safety for patients with acute ischemic stroke in a preliminary Phase 2 clinical trial. The trial results also show that 3K3A-APC substantially reduced hemorrhage volume and hemorrhage incidence in patients.
According to a new study, researchers demonstrated that when participants are taught an effective strategy for a working memory training task, they quickly improve their performance in the same way as those who have undergone typical working memory training without strategy instructions for a month or longer. The study was published in the journal Scientific Reports.