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Immune Profiles During Acute Heart Failure

Immune Profiles During Acute Heart Failure

This research study quantifying the changes in the metabolome, lipidome and immune profiles during acute heart failure, one day after heart attack, and during chronic heart failure, eight weeks after heart attack. So after a myocardial infarction;  delayed progression or reversal of cardiac remodeling is a prime target to limit advanced chronic heart failure. In…

Nuclear medicine

PET Imaging Effect of Various Blood Glucose Levels on 18F-FDG Activity

Positron emission tomography PET imaging with radiolabeled glucose analog; 18Ffluorodeoxyglucose (18F-FDG), is commonly use in oncologic cases and is being increasingly use in neurologic; cardiac and infectious/inflammatory diseases. Glucose is transport across the plasma membrane into the cytosol by glucose transporters (GLUTs). PET imaging with radiolabeled There are currently 14 isoforms of the GLUTs which…

Lack Of On Curbing Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Lack Of Progress Curbing Sexually Transmitted Diseases

HIV continuing to be a major global public health issue; and due to lack of progress on curbing sexually transmitted diseases, while one of its experts warned of complacency as dating apps are spurring sexual activity.As per world health organisation finding that there are more than 376 million new cases of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, trichomoniasis and syphilis…

Radio diagnosis

Prostate Cancer Diagnosis Gets a Boost from MRI

The study find that the prostate cancers have been diagnosed using biopsies of the tumour masses. Therefore New research from researchers at University College London (UCL) has shown that a more accurate diagnostic means for prostate cancers is MRI scans and targeted biopsies. Following this research; the UK’s medical guidelines National Institute for Health and…

ASD

Bullying In Children With ASD Gets Worse With Age

Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are more likely to experience bullying than children without ASD; but this bullying gets worse with age, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York. Hannah Morton, a graduate student in the clinical psychology PhD program at Binghamton University; but aimed to conceptualize bullying in…

Transfusion medicine

Patients Benefit from Increasing Vitamin K Intake

The researches find that the anticoagulant drug warfarin, many patients are told to limit foods rich in vitamin K; such as green vegetables. Therefore The results of a new clinical trial call that advice into question and suggest patients on warfarin actually benefit from increasing their vitamin K intake; but as long as they keep…

Family medicine

Deaths Linked to Low Fruit and Vegetable Intake

New study reports that almost 3 million people who die from stroke and heart disease do so; because of not eating enough fruit and vegetables. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) causes the greatest number of deaths; both in the US and globally. The current study showed a clear correlation between cardiovascular mortality and fruit/vegetable intake (FVI). Eating…

Human Papillomavirus DNA Detected From A Mouth Rinse

Human Papillomavirus DNA Detected From A Mouth Rinse

Human papillomavirus is the most common sexually transmitting infection; it is usually harmless and goes away by itself, but some types can lead to cancer or genital warts.But according to research human papillomavirus DNA detected from a mouth rinse may be an effective marker for prognosis during treatment of HPV positive head and neck cancer.…

Complete Genome Sequence Of The Bacterium

Complete Genome Sequence Of The Bacterium

Carotenoids are a family of yellow to orange-red pigments, generally comprising a 40-carbon skeleton composing of 8-isoprene units.The complete genome sequence of the bacterium reporting by researcher.The genus Erythrobacter was first classified by Shiba and Simidu; This genus contains aerobic marine photosynthetic bacteria that have bacteriochlorophyll (BChl) a and carotenoids. The other Erythrobacter species that…

Incurable Mammalian Neuro Degenerative Disorders

Incurable Mammalian Neuro Degenerative Disorders

Infectious proteins like prions that are responsible for a group of related; fatal, and incurable mammalian neuro degenerative disorders, which continue to increase in variety in novel species; which including the bovine spongiform encephalopathy or Mad Cow disease and Creutzfeldt Jakob disease; both of which affect humans. Which is an chronic wasting disease; also causing…

Novel Imaging Test

Novel Imaging Test To Predict Immunotherapy Response In Kidney Cancer

Novel Imaging Test shows promise for identifying kidney cancer patients most likely to benefit from immunotherapy. In a study publish today in the Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer, investigators with the UT Southwestern Medical Center Kidney Cancer Program develop a new test to illuminate kidney cancers that may respond to checkpoint inhibitors. Immuno therapy drug…

Nuclear medicine

PET/CT May Be Useful for Challenging Cases

The study find that the PET/CT may be indicated in difficult cases and when first-line tests are negative or discordant, researchers suggest. Therefore “Identifying parathyroid glands correctly before a surgical procedure is essential to perform minimally invasive surgery,” note Dr. Luis Alejandro Boccalatte of Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires and colleagues. 18F-fluorocholine PET/CT “First-line tests…