Will We Be Born in 2050?
Being born and giving birth is full of pain, blood, and trauma. Many science fiction works, such as Brave New World, Matrix, The Island, or I am Mother imagine being brought to the world without actually being born in a mother’s womb. How far-fetched are these scenarios? Could the appearance of the artificial womb replace human mothers and natural birth in the future? How will we come into this world in 2050? Will we be born? The trauma of being born and giving birth The experience of being born and leaving the nurturing womb of our mother after more or less nine months is painful, bloody, and traumatic. Abrupt separation from a protective environment into the hostile world. One hundred percent biological, nothing pathetic. It’s a trauma for both mother and child from both the physical and the psychological perspective. Otto Rank, a well-known Austrian psychoanalyst believed that being born is the first trauma that we go through as humans in this world – the very first one that determines future anxieties and neuroses. No wonder that the word “anxiety” comes from the Latin root word “angere”, which means to choke or strangle. And where do you have to go through an experience close to being choked or strangled the first time in your life? When you struggle with being born and go through the narrow birth canal. Nevertheless, giving birth isn’t without its own traumas either. As they bring another human being into this pla...
Conclusions: In the context of this framework, cortisol may serve as a biomarker for the development of AUD, as well as a biomarker of risk or relapse. This review ends with both theoretical and clinical implications, as well as directions for future research. PMID: 32493131 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Conclusions and significance: Occupational therapists (OTs) in the Scandinavian countries have conceptual understandings of client-centred practice that potentially provide the basis for knowledge sharing and collaboration between OT communities. However, the study also found that client-centred practice may not yet be firmly established in all OT practices in Scandinavia. PMID: 32493178 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: The most important factor when considering an orthopedic surgery applicant was how well the applicant performed on an audition rotation, followed by their United States Medical Licensing Examination scores. Grit has become an important consideration in resident selection. PMID: 32495837 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSION: Data suggest different roles of opioidergic system and their antagonist in pain control and mood in PTSD. However, further investigations need to be done in order to reveal the role of endogenous opioidergic system and opioidergic antagonist system as a mediator in PTSD patients suffering from acute or chronic pain. PMID: 32492768 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: MSG administered parenterally to the higher dose to adult rats affects the immunoreactivity of S100β protein in PAG. Phenotypic changes of the studied cells may indicate reactivity of glial cells and increased expression of the studied protein whereas a decrease in their number may result from the increased protein secretion into the extracellular space or cytotoxic death of glial cells. PMID: 32495938 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Conclusion: Early diagnosis and direct surgery for excision of hemangioblastoma is a good option during pregnancy while avoiding CSF diversion procedures. The symptomatic hemangioblastoma during pregnancy can be safely operated during early pregnancy. PMID: 32494398 [PubMed]
Conclusion: Significant consensus in the perception of complications was observed in most of the analyzed scenarios for both LA and NA. However, within the LA data, responses to different clinical scenarios varied. PMID: 32494370 [PubMed]
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