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Safety Of Transcatheter Valve Replacement

Safety Of Transcatheter Valve Replacement

Anatomically every human being are born with an aortic valve that has three flaps tricuspid; but some are born with two of the flaps fused together, creating a bicuspid valve; by this research studying on the transcatheter valve replacement safe in those with unusual valve anatomy. By Comparing with human being who are having a…

Insulin Resistance Increase Proportion Of β Cells

Insulin Resistance Increase Proportion Of β Cells

Research study in the mice that insulin resistance increases the proportion of aged β cells which are dysfunction. Such an increase in aged β cells could lead to type 2 diabetes. As type 2 diabetes is an age related disease. Although changes in function and proliferation of aging β cells resemble those preceding the development…

General medicine

Global Burden of Mental Health in Conflict

The study find that  The burden of mental disorders is extremely high in conflict-affected populations;” Dr. Charlson said. Therefore “It is estimated that one in five people in such areas will develop a mental health disorder at any point in time and the rate of anxiety and depression is five times higher than the rest of the…

Exercise

Exercise Before Work Push Remote Fitness Forward

Exercise; With summer on the horizon (and Instagram stories calling), I begrudgingly pulled myself out of bed early one morning in May to get some exercise before work. They stood before a stark white, freestanding boxing bag weighed down by hundreds of pounds of sand as Andre Huseman, a high-spirit personal trainer, greet me. Welcome…

Kidney Failure

Kidney Failure Happen Rapidly By Removing Fluid From ICU Patients

Kidney Failure; The faster fluid is removed using continuous dialysis from patients with failing kidneys, the higher the likelihood they will die in the next several months, according to a study publish today in JAMA Network Open by University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine researchers. Nearly two-thirds of critically ill patients with acute kidney injury have extra…

EZ2 Centrifugal Evaporation System For Clinical Biochemistry

Evaporation System For Clinical Biochemistry

The recent introduction of an EZ2 centrifugal evaporation system for clinical biochemistry sample preparation is providing  considerable advantages compared with the manual dry down evaporation methods which were using previously; Proprietary technology on the EZ-2 allowing the instrument to stop by itself at the end of evaporation process. But some clinical laboratories playing  a vital…

Chip Sized Microscope Focuses On Super Resolution

Chip Sized Microscope Focuses On Super Resolution

A new study on the chip sized microscope focuses on super resolution viewing;by super resolution microscopes currently in use are basing on bulky optical systems; and require complex preparations of the samples being observing in the study.At the moment; only indirect observation meaning the interpretation of measuring data is possible with complex; expensive and bulky…

Pharmacology

Researchers Discover Trigger for Muscle-Wasting

The researches find that the Treating the disease is difficult not only because the tumors spread quickly, but because of a muscle-wasting condition called cachexia that affects at least 80% of people with pancreatic cancer. However; a team of researchers from the OU College of Medicine has publish a groundbreaking research study that reveals how…

Trans generational

Trans generational BPA exposure may contribute to autism

Trans generational bisphenol A (BPA) exposure may contribute to autism, according to a mouse study published in the Endocrine Society’s journal Endocrinology. Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are chemicals or mixtures of chemicals that interfere with the way the body’s hormones work. Bisphenol A has document trans generational effects on social behavior, heart, and reproductive functions,…

Anesthesiology

Opioid Sensitivity in Children With and Without Sleep

The researches find that the Opioid are a mainstay of perioperative analgesia. Opioid use in children with obstructive sleep apnea is challenging because of assumptions for increased opioid sensitivity and assumed risk for opioid-induced respiratory depression compared to children without obstructive sleep apnea. These assumptions have not been rigorously test. The Opioid are a mainstay…

Brain activity and cognitive control

Lower Levels Of Activity In Brain And Cognitive Control

Cognitive Control; an international team of researchers has found that people have lower levels of activity; but in brain in areas related to cognitive control and reasoning when they are focusing on sacred values. In their paper published in Royal Society Open Science; but the group describes their study involving brain scans of terrorist sympathizers…

Emergency Physicians

Emergency Physicians And Leaders Misunderstood About The Specialty

Emergency Physicians; The emergency medicine specialty holds a crucial role as the nation’s healthcare safety net. This responsibility presents a unique set of clinical and financial obstacles for emergency medicine physicians, which are magnified by trends such as an aging Medicaid population and payers’ narrowing provider networks. “Hospital networks understand the central role of emergency…