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ECMO

ECMO: Miracle Machine Saves People From The Brink Of Death

ECMO; The latest miracle machine in modern medicine whose use has skyrocketed in recent years; but is saving people from the brink of death: adults whose lungs have been ravaged by the flu; a trucker who was trapped underwater in a crash; a man whose heart had stopped working for an astonishing seven hours. But for…

Cartilage

Patients With Cartilage Issues In Knee Are Excluded From Clinical Trials

Patients with cartilage issues in the knee are exclude from participating in clinical trials because the trial outcomes; may not yield the best results for new methods of cartilage regeneration; according to a Penn Medicine study publish in Regenerative Medicine. Researchers testing the new methods tend to only include; the patients most likely to succeed…

Gastroenterology

Excess Liver Iron may Lead to Better Treatment

The researches find that the iron in the liver are linked to a number of serious health conditions including cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular as well as liver disease. But measuring liver iron is difficult and until recently could only be done through an invasive biopsy. The iron in the liver The liver…

Malnutrition in Bangladesh

Reducing Childhood Malnutrition In Bangladesh

Bangladesh; To obtain projections of the prevalence of childhood malnutrition; indicators up to 2030 and to analyse the changes of wealth-based inequality; but in malnutrition indicators and the degree of contribution of socio-economic determinants; but to the inequities in malnutrition indicators in Bangladesh. Additionally, to identify the risk factors of childhood malnutrition. Cross-sectional study. A…

Mental Health

Sexual Behavior, Drug Use And Poor Mental Health Increase In Teenage

Sexting the exchange of sexual messages, photographs or videos via technological devices; is a relatively common occurrence among adolescents, with one in four youth receiving sexts; and one in seven sending them. Some researchers have found links between sexting and factors such as sexual activity; substance use (for example use of drugs and alcohol) and mental health. Others have found…

Topical medicine

New Picture of Dengue’s Growing Threat

The study find that the new picture of where dengue’s, the world’s fastest-growing mosquito-borne virus, will spread to put more than 6 billion people at risk toward the end of the century. Therefore The study predicts risk to increase in the southeastern United States, coastal areas of China and Japan, and inland regions of Australia;…

Nuclear medicine

68Ga-PSMA PET/CT: It Predict Adverse Pathology

The researches find that the 68Ga-PSMA PET/CT in identifying local disease extension in patients with inter mediate/high risk prostate cancer. The choice of treatment approach in patients diagnosed with localized prostate cancer is based on various aspects and parameters of the disease. Therefore The traditional digital rectal examination; pretreatment prostate specific antigen (PSA) level and…

Mobile Phones

Use Of Mobile Phones And Pathologies Of Thumb Finger

Mobile Phones; A study on the pain at the base of the thumb conducted in the University of Malaga has evidenced that a continuous use of the mobile phone, especially among young people, goes hand in hand with new pathologies of this finger. This research, carried out in cooperation with a group from Italy (Fondazione…

the cancer immunotherapy drug pembrolizumab

Immunotherapy Drug Shows Potential To Cure Advanced Lung Cancer

Immunotherapy Drug; In a new study including Yale Cancer Center and Smilow Cancer Hospital researchers, the cancer immunotherapy drug pembrolizumab (Keytruda), increase survival for patients with advance non small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), a disease once consider an aggressive, and uniformly fatal cancer. The findings were present at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)…

Anesthesiology

Controversial Ketamine-Like Drug Trump is Pushing on Veterans

The researches find that the Esketamine is a derivative of ketamine; which has been used to treat depression, and has been abused as a party drug. The stakes are high for the drug’s owner; therefore the pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson, because the drug could be a blockbuster. but One analysis estimates Spravato could earn $600m…

Single Neuron

New Method Effectively Captures Information From Single Neuron

Hacking into brain signals may be more straightforward than once thought. Physicists studying the brain at Washington University in St. Louis have shown how measuring signals; from a single neuron may be as good as capturing information from many neurons at once using big, expensive arrays of electrodes. The new work continues the discussion about how…

General surgery

Visiting Testing Clinics before Elective Surgery

The researches  find that the  visiting preoperative testing clinics before an elective surgery do not have an advance directive (AD) in case of surgical complications. Because This can lead to situations where patients’ families are forced to make tough decisions about their loved one’s care. But A study from researchers at the Regenstrief Institute; therefore…