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Immune hematology

Immune System Treatments for Emerging Viral Diseases

The researches find that the immune system of disease survivors succeeded in fending off the infection,’ says Prof. Dr. Falk Nimmerjahn, Chair of Genetics at FAU and a member of the international consortium. Together with Harvard University, scientists at FAU are focussing in particular on analyzing the antibody response. Antibodies are proteins which the immune…

Nuclear medicine

Phase-Contrast MRI and PET for Noninvasive of Cerebral Blood Flow

Instead of blood sampling, simultaneous PET-MRI offers an alternative method to achieve absolute quantification of CBF. Therefore Phase-contrast MRI (PC-MRI) can measure blood flow velocity and vessel area quickly and noninvasively. Because The reliability and reproducibility of blood inflow obtain from PC-MRI is establish by various validation studies. Simultaneous PET-MRI PC-MRI has been use to…

Aviation medicine

Muscle Loss in Space Travelers is Reduced

The study find that the space travelers often face muscle loss that is caused due to reduced gravity during their flight missions in space. They have found that exercise and certain hormones could help prevent this muscle loss. The results of their study are publish in the latest issue of the journal PLOS One. The…

Nuclear medicine

CT and X-ray Imaging From Several Countries

The guidelines are based in part on an examination of results of computed tomography (CT) and X-ray imaging from several countries. The team found that using only conventional X-ray misses 25% of instances where patients have bone destruction already and need treatment. “There has to be destruction of 30 to 50% of the bone; sometimes…

Plastic Problem

European Commission Grants Prize To Tackle Plastic Problem

Plastic Problem; the researchers are working as part of an international consortium led by Aston University and have been awarded over half a million pounds; but from the European Commission as part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. There is an estimated 5.25 trillion particles of plastic floating in the Earth’s oceans; which is threatening the…

Nurses

Nurses Shows Care For Patient With Alcohol Use Disorder

Nurses; In hospitals nurses play a critical role in promoting compassionate care for patients and families who and which are affected by alcohol use disorder (AUD), including evidence-based medication-assisted treatment (MAT) approaches; so according to a paper in the July/September Journal of Christian Nursing, official journal of the Nurses Christian Fellowship. The journal is published in…

Drug-Resistant Infections

Drug-Resistant Infections Transmitted by Fecal Transplants

Drug-Resistant Infections; the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is alerting healthcare providers and patients that fecal microbiota for transplant (FMT) may transmit multidrug-resistant organisms, leading to serious or life-threatening infections. But in a safety communication issued today, the FDA said two immunocompromised adults who received FMT developed invasive bacterial infections caused by extended-spectrum beta-lactamase (ESBL)–producing Escherichia…

Maternal Obesity

Pre-Pregnancy Maternal Obesity Affect Breastfeeding Infants Growth

Maternal Obesity; A pioneering new study suggests that babies born to obese or overweight women fail to grow properly during breastfeeding. This is possibly due to changes in the levels of certain inflammatory and hormonal molecules; but in breast milk that affect appetite and growth. This could mean that breast milk characteristics change with the weight of…

Pharmacology

Promising Treatment for Shoulder Pain

The study find that the chronic refractory shoulder pain in a wheelchair user with spinal cord injury (SCI) following a single injection of autologous; Because micro-fragmented adipose tissue into the affected shoulder joint. Therefore The article; “Autologous micro-fragmented adipose tissue as a treatment for chronic shoulder pain in a wheelchair using individual with spinal cord…

Electronic Inhaler

Electronic Inhaler Monitoring Reduces Hospitalizations

Electronic inhaler; In one of the first-of-its-kind studies, Cleveland Clinic researchers found that the use of electronic inhaler monitoring, in combination with a disease management program, is associated with reduced healthcare utilization in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). COPD is a term apply to a family of diseases that includes emphysema, chronic bronchitis,…

Family medicine

Practical Education to Prequalifying Healthcare Students

The study find that the healthcare students wider and more practical education and training in identifying and responding to the ‘warning signs’ presented among patients they will encounter in professional life; according to a new study. Therefore Introducing effective GBV educational strategies before healthcare staff qualify would help to reduce the serious health and social…

Study Pushing At The Frontiers Of HIV Prevention

Study Pushing At The Frontiers Of HIV Prevention

But outof the 1.8 million new HIV transmissions worldwide in 2017, 800 000 occurring in eastern and southern Africa; study requiring extensive testing, starting in laboratories and then moving to animal trials. Then comes the crucial human clinical trials for HIV prevention. A number of these are underway at the moment, running at different sites…