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Biomarkers Of Preterm Birth By Using 3D Printing Device

Biomarkers Of Preterm Birth By Using 3D Printing Device

3D printing device detecting biomarkers of preterm birth; But according to the World Health Organization; preterm birth affects about 1 in 10 pregnancies worldwide. Preterm infants can suffer complications such as neurological; respiratory and cardiac problems and, in some cases, even death. By identifying biomarker peptides and proteins in maternal serum that can fairly accurately…

Pharmacology

Therapies Help in the Treatment of Autoimmune Diseases

The researches find that the therapies could be used to treat patients who have difficult to treat autoimmune diseases. Find by Versus Arthitis; the research is led by the University of Birmingham’s Institute of Inflammation and Ageing and Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and was publish today (June 17th) in Proceedings of the National Academy of…

Family medicine

Primary Care Could Lead to Unnecessary Testing

The researches find that the primary care. The lack of evidence to inform the guidelines isn’t that surprising; as it’s a difficult area to test with traditional study methods. It wouldn’t be ethical to only test one group of patients and not test another group with the same long-term condition, for example. Chronic diseases in…

Colour-Blindness Is Not Cured By O2Amp ‘Oxy-Iso’ Glasses

In their new study, the researchers find that the O2Amp “Oxy-Iso” glasses, market by the US company VINO Optics, neither improve the colour vision of people with colour-blindness nor correct their colour-blindness. The below study is part of a wider project being conduct at the Department of Optics of the University of Granada, Spain; to…

Five Star Hospitals

Five Star Hospitals Often Provide Fewer Services Than Other Hospitals

Five Star Hospitals; If you’re looking for a top notch hospital with a wide range of services, narrowing your list to hospitals with a five-star patient experience rating might lead you astray. Many five-star hospitals offer fewer services than those without five stars, according to a new study by Johns Hopkins researchers published June 10…

Medical genetics

New Genetic Causes of Male Infertility

The researches find that the importance of genetic factors in the event of the man producing no sperm, only about 25% of these cases can be explained currently. But A study to be presented at the annual conference of the European Society of Human Genetics tomorrow (Saturday) has uncovered new potential genetic causes, and this…

Sleepiness

Sleepiness Among Pilots And HEMS Crew Members In Air Ambulance Service

To maintain around the clock operations; a large portion of the workforce must be organize in shift work and often works extend hours. Shift work can generally be denote as work outside normal daytime; and may include work during evening, night, and weekend. Work during the natural night often influence sleep and functioning and may…

Teething

Many Products Can Be Dangerous For Children’s Teething

Teething’s a normal developmental process that people have long associate with illness. However, the evidence says otherwise. Teething is when new teeth emerge through the gums; and usually starts at about six months of age. A review of 16 studies found that although teething was link with signs and symptoms; these were usually mild involving…

Hospitals

Hospitals May Divert Ambulances To Avoid Treating Certain Patients

Some hospitals may strategically divert ambulances to avoid treating low paying patients who are uninsure or who have Medicaid, according to a recent analysis. Charleen Hsuan, assistant professor of health policy and administration at Penn State, led a study that examine whether hospitals are more likely to temporarily close their emergency departments to ambulances a…

Nuclear medicine

18F-DCFPyL PET/CT in Men with Biochemical Failure

The researches find that the Recent years have witnessed the rapid adoption of positron emission tomography; (PET) for imaging prostate cancer (PCa). Among the available PET radiotracers; those targeting prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) have garnered the widest clinical interest. One of the most studied indications for PSMA-targeted PET imaging has been biochemical recurrence of PCa following…

Diabetic Wounds

Microbiota of Diabetic Wounds Linked to Healing Outcomes

Diabetic Wounds; different strains of bacteria in diabetic foot ulcers are associated with clinical outcomes and therapeutic efficacy, researchers report. Microbial colonization, bio-film formation, and infection are thought to impair healing of diabetic foot ulcers and contribute to severe complications. But the significance of microbial load and diversity and the role of specific microorganisms; in…

Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease

Creating ‘Mini-Brain’ For Sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease

Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease; National Institutes of Health scientists have used human skin cells to create what they believe is the first cerebral organoid system; or “mini-brain,” for studying sporadic Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). CJD is a fatal neurodegenerative brain disease of humans believed to be caused by infectious prion protein. It affects about 1 in 1 million…