Endotracheal-Suctioning Curb Tied to Respiratory Problems in Some Newborns Endotracheal-Suctioning Curb Tied to Respiratory Problems in Some Newborns

Avoidance of routine endotracheal suctioning of meconium-stained nonvigorous newborns, as recommended in recent guidelines, may be associated with a higher risk of respiratory problems, according to Texas-based researchers.Reuters Health Information
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AbstractWhile inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) might be a risk factor in the development of brain dysfunctions, the underlying mechanisms are largely unknown. Here, mice were treated with 5% dextran sodium sulfate (DSS) in drinking water and sacrificed on day 7. The serum level of IL-6 increased, accompanied by elevation of the IL-6 and TNF- α levels in cortical tissue. However, the endotoxin concentration in plasma and brain of mice with DSS-induced colitis showed a rising trend, but with no significant difference. We also found significant activation of microglial cells and reduction in occludin and claudin-5 expre...
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Abstract Recent progress towards understanding circuit function has capitalized on tools from network science to parsimoniously describe the spatiotemporal architecture of neural systems. Such tools often address systems topology divorced from its physical instantiation. Nevertheless, for embedded systems such as the brain, physical laws directly constrain the processes of network growth, development, and function. We review here the rules imposed by the space and volume of the brain on the development of neuronal networks, and show that these rules give rise to a specific set of complex topologies. These rules al...
Source: Trends Cogn Sci - Category: Neuroscience Authors: Tags: Trends Cogn Sci Source Type: research
n L Abstract Traditional research in bilingualism has consistently found that switching languages is effortful, placing demands on neural systems of cognitive control. This finding runs counter to most bilinguals' intuitive experience. We review a body of recent work showing that, in fact, when bilinguals switch languages voluntarily, both the behavioral cost of switching and the associated recruitment of cognitive control areas are greatly reduced or completely eliminated. This suggests that switching languages is not inherently effortful, but rather, particular communicative demands may make it costly. The new e...
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Thirty-six children in North Carolina have been diagnosed at a private school where many families claim religious exemption from vaccines
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CONCLUSIONS: In patients with T2DM and CKD, SGLT2 inhibitors have a decreased glucose-lowering effect compared to patients without CKD. Renal benefits among patients with CKD are similar to those without CKD and include a significant reduction in albuminuria and reduced incidence of worsening albuminuria. Given that CKD and T2DM are both associated with increased cardiovascular risk, we believe these agents should considered as preferred add-on agents in most patients with uncontrolled T2DM and eGFR>30 ml/min/1.73m2. Ongoing studies will provide additional information as to whether these agents should be added to the cu...
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Many of them cited sources that swayed them against the vaccine.
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The β-blocker uptitration in elderly with heart failure regarding biomarker levels: CIBIS-ELD substudy. Biomark Med. 2018 Nov 19;: Authors: Cvetinovic N, Sekularac N, Haehling SV, Tahirovic E, Inkrot S, Lainscak M, Apostolovic S, Putnikovic B, Waagstein F, Gelbrich G, Aleksic A, Loncar G, Düngen HD Abstract AIM: We investigated if the baseline value of mid-regional pro-atrial natriuretic peptide (NP), N-terminal pro-B-type NP and copeptin may be helpful in optimizing β-blocker uptitration in elderly patients with heart failure. PATIENTS &METHODS: According to the biomarkers'...
Source: Future Medicine: Biomarkers in Medicine - Category: Internal Medicine Tags: Biomark Med Source Type: research
BOSTON (CBS) – It’s a unique medical school class designed to increase awareness of patients with autism and other intellectual disabilities. And today’s teachers were two teenagers, both on the autism spectrum. “I’m 13 years old. I’m in eighth grade. I really, really like otters, and I have ADHD and a tiny bit of autism,” says Hana. She and her 15-year-old sister Helen have come to a Boston University Medical School classroom to talk with third year students. Both girls are on the autism spectrum, and are ready for any and all questions. “Anything! I’m not going to ...
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Authors: Oze I, Ito H, Nishino Y, Hattori M, Nakayama T, Miyashiro I, Matsuo K, Ito Y Abstract BACKGROUND: Lung cancers are classified into small-cell lung cancer (SCLC) and non-small-cell lung cancer due to their different treatment and prognosis. Although many studies have reported the specific survival of SCLC patients treated at cancer hospitals, survival from population-based data has rarely been reported. METHODS: We analyzed survival of SCLC cases diagnosed from 1993 through 2006 from a population-based cancer registry of six prefectures. To assess trends in SCLC survival, we defined three periods that m...
Source: Journal of Epidemiology - Category: Epidemiology Tags: J Epidemiol Source Type: research
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