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However, the benefit was not seen in patients with the most severe injuries.... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: NEJM JOURNAL WATCH - specialty: emergency medicine
By Ali S. Raja, MD, MBA, MPH
Toll-like receptors are transmembrane proteins which sense and transmit infectious and inflammatory responses to the cells expressing them. Therapeutic strategies for the blockade of excessive Toll-like receptor signaling are being actively pursued for several diseases. Recently, Sparstolonin B, isolated from Chinese herb, which suppresses selectively Toll-like receptors has been studied... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: SHOCK - most viewed articles
Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) causes respiratory illnesses such as pneumonia, and has been reported to cause acute flaccid myelitis. Enterovirus A71 (EV-A71) is known to cause cardiopulmonary failure due to brainstem encephalitis, but there have been few reports of these conditions being associated with EV-D68. Outbreaks of EV-D68 infection have occurred... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ CASE REPORTS - recent articles
By Yogo, N., Imamura, T., Muto, Y., Hirai, K.
Introduction Malaria continues to be a major cause of morbidity and mortality in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) without effective interventions. Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine possesses protective non-specific effects, which extend beyond protection against tuberculosis. This study explores whether BCG is associated with protection against malaria in children under the age of... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ GLOBAL HEALTH - recent issues
By Berendsen, M. L., van Gijzel, S. W., Smits, J., de Mast, Q., Aaby, P., Benn, C. S., Netea, M. G., van der Ven, A. J.
Introduction Disaster zone medical relief has been criticised for poor quality care, lack of standardisation and accountability. Traditional patient safety practices of emergency medical teams (EMTs) in disaster zones were not well understood. Improving the quality of healthcare in disaster zones has gained importance within global health policy. Ascertaining patient... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ GLOBAL HEALTH - recent issues
By El-khani, U., Ashrafian, H., Rasheed, S., Veen, H., Darwish, A., Nott, D., Darzi, A.
Introduction Disparities in tuberculosis (TB) rates exist between Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations in many countries, including Australia. The social determinants of health are central to health inequities including disparities in TB rates. There are limitations in the dominant biomedical and epidemiological approaches to representing, understanding and addressing the unequal burden... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ GLOBAL HEALTH - recent issues
By Devlin, S., MacLaren, D., Massey, P. D., Widders, R., Judd, J. A.
Introduction Malaria continues to be a major cause of morbidity and mortality in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) without effective interventions. Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine possesses protective non-specific effects, which extend beyond protection against tuberculosis. This study explores whether BCG is associated with protection against malaria in children under the age of... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ GLOBAL HEALTH - current issue only
By Berendsen, M. L., van Gijzel, S. W., Smits, J., de Mast, Q., Aaby, P., Benn, C. S., Netea, M. G., van der Ven, A. J.
Introduction Disaster zone medical relief has been criticised for poor quality care, lack of standardisation and accountability. Traditional patient safety practices of emergency medical teams (EMTs) in disaster zones were not well understood. Improving the quality of healthcare in disaster zones has gained importance within global health policy. Ascertaining patient... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ GLOBAL HEALTH - current issue only
By El-khani, U., Ashrafian, H., Rasheed, S., Veen, H., Darwish, A., Nott, D., Darzi, A.
Introduction Disparities in tuberculosis (TB) rates exist between Indigenous and non-Indigenous populations in many countries, including Australia. The social determinants of health are central to health inequities including disparities in TB rates. There are limitations in the dominant biomedical and epidemiological approaches to representing, understanding and addressing the unequal burden... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ GLOBAL HEALTH - current issue only
By Devlin, S., MacLaren, D., Massey, P. D., Widders, R., Judd, J. A.
A comparison of the incidence of mesh erosion after LVMR between nonabsorbable and absorbable sutures for the matched groups. LVMR = laparoscopic ventral mesh rectopexy.... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: DISEASE OF THE COLON & RECTUM - collections: video carousel
Comparison of bowel cleansing efficacy using Boston bowel preparation scale (BBPS). A, Cleansing success rate did not differ between the 2 groups. B, Total BBPS scores and segmental scores did not differ between the 2 groups. Rt. = right; Lt. = left.... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: DISEASE OF THE COLON & RECTUM - collections: video carousel
More frequent CRC without shorter interval from UC onset to CRC in patients who have UC-PSC compared to patients who have UC without PSC. A, Assessment of the occurrence of colorectal neoplasia, comprising low-grade intraepithelial neoplasia (LGIEN) and high-grade intraepithelial neoplasia (HGIEN), and CRC revealed that CRC was more frequently... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: DISEASE OF THE COLON & RECTUM - collections: video carousel