In South Korea, approximately 25% of the patients who visit the ED are paediatric patients. The number of paediatric patients visiting the emergency department (ED) continues to rise. A recent study demonstrated that 4.5%–8% of patients account for 25% of all ED visits.
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A study showed of 356 cases of PG showed that although clinical presentation is similar among different age groups, patients with pyoderma gangrenosum who are younger than 65 years are more likely to have associated inflammatory bowel disease, while those 65 years or older are more likely to have associated inflammatory arthritides, solid organ and hematologic malignant neoplasms, and hematologic disorders; specifically, monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance, myelodysplastic syndrome.
A new study published in the journal Cell, is the first direct evidence that removing the methylation from a specific segment within the FMR1 locus– a gene on the X chromosome — can reactivate the gene and rescue fragile X syndrome neurons.
Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University Pennsylvania have shown for the first time that a key protein called KMT2D involved in the epigenetic regulation of gene expression guides this renewal. They published their work this month in Genes & Development.
For women with high-risk endometrial cancer, adjuvant chemotherapy given during and after external-beam radiotherapy provides an absolute 11% improvement in failure-free survival, although not overall survival, in women with stage III disease, A new study, published in the journal Lancet Oncology, suggests.
High-dose insulin is a feasible, effective treatment for beta-blocker and calcium-channel blocker poisoning, according to a study published online in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine.
Five newborn babies die every minute on Earth, an "alarmingly high" statistic as up to 80% of them are preventable, according to a new report from UNICEF. That's 1 million children who die on the same day they are born and about 2.6 million who are stillborn around the world. The United Nations' children's agency found that in America, a baby's risk of dying as a newborn is just barely lower than the risk in Sri Lanka or Ukraine.
According to researcher, savings from the program they discussed, which came about by increasing expenditures at NYU Langone Health. Using more physical medicine and rehabilitation services and tapping into those services earlier in the care delivery process resulted in $1.4 million in savings and added to the quality of care for one hospital system.
By 2026, healthcare is projected to make up 19.7% of the US economy, up from 17.9% in 2016, according to an analysis from the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), published online in Health Affairs.
HIV may be able to affect cells it can't directly infect by packaging a key protein within the host's cellular mail and sending it out into the body, according to a new study published in the journal mBio.
In the present study, researchers carry out a comprehensive evaluation of genetic polymorphisms associated with sporadic breast cancer in Sri Lankan women. Using a case-control approach, we conducted association testing on 700 women using single variant and haplotype association testing strategies on 56 SNPs in 36 breast cancer-related genes.