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Kidney Function

Kidney Function Can Not Be Assessed By Common Metric

Kidney health monitor by common metric for monitoring; may not accurately represent the kidney function of Indian patients. However, tweaks to an older assessment formula may better measure kidney health in this patient population; according to new research present at the 2019 American Physiological Society (APS)/American Society of Nephrology (ASN) Conference; Control of Renal Function…

Bacterial infections

Bacterial Infections Can be Treated By New Phage Therapy

Bacterial Infections; Green turtles are endanger marine herbivorous hindgut fermenters; but that contribute to a variety of marine ecosystems. Debilitate turtles are often rehabilitate in turtle hospitals. Since accurate diagnosis of disease is difficult, broad‐spectrum antibiotics are routinely use as a general treatment; but potentially causing collateral damage to the gut microbiome of the patient.…

Carbon monoxide

Carbon Monoxide Exposure and Poisoning

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and nonirritating gas that is often describe as a silent killer; because exposure may not be detect until the onset of severe symptoms. Symptoms of CO poisoning are nonspecific and include headache, nausea, vomiting; dizziness, confusion, chest pain, and loss of consciousness. Severe poisoning can result in myocardial…

Fish oil Supplementation

Fish Oil Supplementation And Cancer Prevention

Fish oil supplementation may represent a potential chemopreventive agent for reducing colorectal cancer risk. The mechanism of action of fish oil is unknown but presume; to be relate to eicosanoid modification. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of fish oil supplementation; on the levels of urinary and rectal eicosanoids. Increased dietary…

Expanding role of registered nurses in primary care

Nurses In Primary Care Have Expanded The Nursing Curriculum

Nurses at South Dakota State University are helping rural clinics more fully utilize register nurses in primary care and have expand the nursing curriculum to better prepare students to deliver that care. She leads the research team working on Impacting Models of Practice and Clinical Training for Registered Nurses and Students, known as IMPACT-RNS. The…

Hidden consciousness detectable with EEG

Hidden Consciousness Was First Identified Over A Brain Injured Patient

Hidden Consciousness; Close analysis of EEG data reveals that nearly 1 in 7 brain injured ICU patients shows evidence of hidden consciousness just days after injury. Patients with such signs are more likely to recover, neurologists at Columbia University and NewYork-Presbyterian have find. Machine learning technique In the study, the researchers use a machine learning…

Radiation therapy

Intelligence to Deliver Personalized Radiation Therapy

The study find that the New Cleveland Clinic-led research shows that artificial intelligence (AI) can use medical scans and health records to personalize the dose of radiation therapy used to treat cancer patients. Published today in The Lancet Digital Health, Therefore the research team develop an AI framework base on patient computerize tomography (CT) ;scans and…

Radio diagnosis

MRI Scan Help Patients With Angina

The study find that the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan can help doctors diagnose their patients with angina, sparing them from the invasive procedure and an overnight stay in the hospital; a new study suggests. Doctors usually diagnose patients with angina and other cardiac conditions, including coronary artery disease (CAD); through an invasive procedure called…

Health app

Mobile Health App For Parents Of Premature Babies

A mobile health app design to give information and support parents with babies; in neonatal care is the focus of a Massey University clinical psychology student’s study. As Being a new parent of a newborn admit to a neonatal unit is stressful and challenging. Charlotte Gibson is undertaking doctoral research to find out more about…

General surgery

Surgical Guidelines Drive Cut in Post Surgery

The researches find that the reduced post-operative deaths by 37.2% following the introduction of globally recognised surgical guidelines paving the way for life-saving action in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), Therefore a new study reveals. Because  Researchers at the University of Birmingham have confirmed that the NHS achieved the reduction between 1998 and 2014; coinciding…

Gut Microbiota

Effects of Fish on Gut Microbiota and Immune System

Both genetic and environmental factors, including diet, geographical location, toxin/carcinogen exposure, and hormones, can influence variations in gut microbiota composition. The western lifestyle, including over-feeding of highly refine diets and sedentary behavior; is associate with systemic low-grade inflammation, responsible for chronic degenerative disease. This review describes the connections among gut microbiota, n-3 PUFAs intake, and…

Lack Of The Hyaluronan Receptor reducing leukocyte to the middle ear

Lack Of The Hyaluronan Receptor Reducing Leukocyte To The Middle Ear

Otitis media (OM) is the most prevalent bacterial infection in children worldwide; The most commonly isolated bacteria in OM are non-typeable Haemophilus influenzae (NTHi), Streptococcus pneumoniae, and Moraxella catarrhalis; Lack of the hyaluronan receptor CD44 affects the course of bacterial otitis media and; reduces leukocyte recruitment to the middle ear. CD44 is a multifunctional molecule that plays major roles in…