In the context of Nepal, only few literatures are available regarding assessment and investigation of APEC disease. In addition, the trend of pathological investigations of colibacillosis in Nepal is based on clinical symptoms and isolation of E. coli from fecal samples.
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Currently, no simple, routine, and reliable risk factors have been consistently identified to determine the prognosis of ARDS patients. To date, no studies have been reported regarding the relationship between the NLR and outcomes in ARDS patients. Researchers conducted this retrospective study to investigate the potential prognostic value of the NLR in patients with ARDS.
Researchers have a possible explanation for why iron can sometimes worsen malaria infection. By studying mice and samples from malaria patients, the researchers found that extra iron interferes with ferroportin, a protein that prevents a toxic buildup of iron in red blood cells and helps protect these cells against malaria infection. They also found that a mutant form of ferroportin that occurs in African populations appears to protect against malaria.
Knowledge, attitude and practices on diabetes, hypertension and diabetic retinopathy and the factors that motivate screening for diabetes and diabetic retinopathy in a pyramidal model of eye health care
According to a study, the researcher determines that women are at the highest risk for heart failure within the six weeks after delivery, known as the postpartum period. The study was published in the journal Circulation: Heart Failure.
Elite British cycling outfit Team Sky "crossed an ethical line" by giving medicines to squad members which could be used to enhance performance, according to the new UK parliamentary committee report into doping in British cycling and athletics.
Children who live in more walkable neighborhoods have a smaller waist measurement and a lower BMI (body mass index). Those are the findings of a Montreal research team led by INRS professor Tracie A. Barnett. According to the results of the study published in Preventive Medicine. The study suggests that infrastructure designed to encourage walking can help reduce childhood obesity.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends the introduction of typhoid conjugate vaccine (TCV) for infants and children over six months of age in typhoid-endemic countries. This new policy will help ensure access to typhoid vaccination in communities most impacted by the disease, which is responsible for nearly 12 million infections and between 128,000 and 161,000 deaths a year.
In the surgical correction of pediatric scoliosis, the black race is independently associated with increased estimated blood loss, increased the rate of blood transfusion, and increased amount of blood transfused, according to a study published online in Pediatric Anesthesia.
Researchers examined the treatment options for diabetes because of its ability to improve glucose tolerance without the associated side effects. They have figured out how to control glucose levels in the bloodstream without the usual side effects of nausea, vomiting or malaise. The study was published in Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism.
A study determines that use of tanning bed mostly increases the odds for skin cancer, 70% of Americans who have used the devices have never had a doctor check them for the disease. The finding from a new study of data on more than 30,000 U.S. adults. The study was published in the JAMA Dermatology.
New results suggest that health-related quality of life (HRQOL) is good with the new-generation antiandrogen inhibitor apalutamide (Erleada, Janssen), which recently became the first agent to be approved for use in men with nonmetastatic castrate-resistant prostate cancer (nmCRPC).