'Mistreatment and inadequate care' at psychiatric hospital, says N.B. ombud
Vulnerable patients with severe mental illnesses have been the victims of "mistreatment and inadequate care" at a New Brunswick hospital, according to a scathing report by the provincial ombud.
We report a patient with Crohn’s disease who was diagnosed with signet-ring cell carcinoma in the setting of a Crohn’s flare. Diagnosis was made with endoscopy. Treatment included laparoscopic-assisted right hemicolectomy with ileostomy with subsequent chemotherapy as an outpatient .Case Rep Gastroenterol 2019;13:85 –88
ConclusionIn conclusion, GDM and macrosomia, but not PCOS, are significant risk factors for T2DM in our Lebanese cohort. Our results, reported for the first time in the Middle East, present insights into risk factors management and disease prevention.
This study aimed to investigate the combined effect of oral citicoline and DHA treatment on improvement of cognitive deficits following cerebral ischemia using a 20-min bilateral common carotid artery occlusion (BCCAO) mouse model. BCCAO ischemic mice were treated for a total of 11 days with a combination of citicoline (40 mg/kg body weight/day) and DHA (300 mg/kg body weight/day) or each alone. Combined citicoline and DHA synergistically and significantly improved learning and memory ability of ischemic mice compared with either alone. Further, citicoline and DHA treatment significantly prevented neuronal cell death, and ...
Publication date: Available online 20 February 2019Source: Journal of Ginseng ResearchAuthor(s): Mee Youn Lee, Han Sol Seo, Digar Singh, Sang Jun Lee, Choong Hwan LeeAbstractBackgroundGinseng berries (GBs) show temporal metabolic variations among different maturation stages, determining their organoleptic and functional properties.MethodsWe analyzed metabolic variations concomitant to five different maturation stages of GBs including immature green (IG), mature green (MG), partially red (PR), fully red (FR) and over-mature red (OR) using mass spectrometry (MS) based metabolomic profiling and multivariate analyses.ResultsTh...
ConclusionInfection by the weakly aggressive I. robusta led to the upregulation of ginsenoside production and biosynthesis, probably because only a low level of ROS was induced. In contrast, the more aggressive I. mors-panacis suppressed ginsenoside biosynthesis, probably because of higher ROS levels and subsequent induction of programmed cell death pathways. Furthermore, I. mors-panacis may have increased its virulence by resisting the cytotoxicity of ROS.
Individuals who perform interval training, especially sprint interval training, appear to lose more weight than those who do moderate-intensity continuous exercise, suggests a meta-analysis.Medscape Medical News
(Reuters Health) - That younger siblings are most likely to experience bullying within a family, and the eldest is most likely to do the bullying may not come as a surprise to those who grew up in large broods.
Most American teenagers say they view anxiety and depression as a major problem in the communities where they live, a Pew study released Wednesday indicates.
Sacituzumab, is an antibody that zeroes in on cancer cells. Like a homing missile, it delivers a 'warhead' in the form of a potent chemotherapy drug.
Sinonasal undifferentiated carcinoma (SNUC) is a rare, poorly differentiated and aggressive malignancy of the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses first reported by Frierson et al. in 1986 with less than 300 known cases reported since then. Due to the rarity and aggressive nature of the disease, there is a lack of consensus regarding optimal management in these patients. Treatment decisions have mostly been guided by a small number of cases series and can vary widely between institutions. In this unique case presentation, we review a case of sinonasal undifferentiated carcinoma in a young Hispanic male reviewing the literatu...