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Microbial Flora Often Harbors Urinary Tract Infection

Microbial Flora Often Harbors Urinary Tract Infection

The study showing that gut microbial flora often harbors urinary tract infection causing strains. It was not certain whether pandemic; drug-resistant strains have distinct moorage patterns in the gut or lower urinary tract of healthy people. This is clinical concern because disease causing E. coli bacteria can transfer from the digestive tract to the female…

General surgery

Prescription Education Insufficient For Plastic Surgery

The researches find that the Only one-fourth of U.S. plastic surgery residents report receiving opioid-prescriber education, according to a study published in the July issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.David W. Grant, M.D., from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, and colleagues surveyed plastic surgery trainees at a sample of U.S. and…

Heart toxicity

Key Metabolic Changes In Patients: Chemotherapy-Related Heart Toxicity

More and more patients are being treated successfully for cancer. However, some cancer treatments that are very effective for breast cancer – medications like anthracyclines; and trastuzumab can cause heart toxicity and lead to heart failure. Heart-related side effects can limit the amount of cancer therapy that patients are eligible to receive. Currently, there is…

Emergency Department Decreased Using Telemedicine

Patients From Emergency Department Decreased Using Telemedicine

When Owings Mills resident Wayne Webb responded to a follow-up call from a staff member at Northwest Hospital asking him to open his front door, he was shock to see paramedics waiting for him. Although he was not feeling well after a visit to the hospital’s Emergency Department a few days prior, he had no…

General medicine

Medical Marijuana Not Help Ease Opioid Crisis

The researches find that the Some proponents of medical marijuana have claimed that its use against pain might help curb the ongoing crisis of opioid abuse.Therefore  Medical cannabis (commonly referred to as “medical marijuana”) refers to the use of the Cannabis plant as a physician-recommended drug or herbal therapy; as well as synthetic tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)…

Brain Protein Autistic Person Alters Behavior In Mice

Brain Protein Autistic Person Alters Behavior In Mice

The study on the mutation that encodes a brain protein in a child; with autism has been placing into the brains of mice. These mice then showed severe alterations of specific behaviors that closely resemble those seen in human autism spectrum disorder. The brain protein studied is the dopamine transporter, or DAT. Certain brain neurons…

Radiotherapy

Radio Therapy for Oral Mucositis in Cancer Patients

The researches find that the photobiomodulation (PBM); can be use for oral mucositis occurring as a side effect of cancer treatment with radiotherapy. However; PBM is not on the radar of most oncologists in the United States, who tend to use mouthwashes for this adverse event. But that may change now that PBM is recommend…

New Laws Regarding The HIV Infected People

New Laws Regarding The HIV Infected People

The study showing that roughly 20 states have laws like the one in Arkansas that make it a crime for people infected with HIV to have sex without first informing their partner of their infection; regardless of whether they used a condom or were on medication that made transmission of the disease effectively impossible. Human…

Secondhand Tobacco Smoke Exposure Contributes To Diseases

Secondhand Tobacco Smoke Exposure Contributes To Diseases

The secondhand tobacco smoke exposure contributes to diseases including heart disease, lung cancer, and stroke. Implementation of smoke-free laws has reduced SHS exposure. One in five nonsmoking workers report exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke at work. The researchers finding that 19.9% of nonsmoking workers reporting any exposure to SHS at work in the previous 12…

Corneal Cells

New Quantitative Biomarker Helps Assess Quality Of Corneal Cells

Our eyes the windows to the soul need constant care, and as we age, they sometimes also need significant repair. The panes of these windows the corneal cells are transparent tissues that have; the focus of some of the oldest and most common transplantation surgeries. Now thanks to researchers in Kyoto, some such transplants may…

New Biomarkers For Detecting Atrial Damage

New Biomarkers For Detecting Atrial Damage

Myosin binding protein H like is a protein associating with myoflament structures in atrial tissue. In the process; they discovering the protein myosin binding protein H-like biomarkers; which exists in two forms and exhibiting an important characteristic in humans. The research study finding that whether myosin binding protein H might serve as a blood-borne marker…

UTI Test

New Smartphone-Based UTI Test: NHS England Pilot Paves

Women who are suspected with a urinary tract infection will be able to access fast-track testing; and treatment without seeing a GP as part of a ground-breaking NHS England pilot scheme trialed in 38 ‘Pharmacy First’ branches across Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Instead of waiting for a GP appointment; women will be offered a Dip UTI…