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, MOH And Mansoura University
Archives of Surgery and Surgical Education, Volume 3, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.24966/asse-3126/100035

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Scientific fraud is caused by Fraudulent Research in Science (FRS) or Fraudulent Science (FS) induced by an unintentional error. Although both are totally different, they both have deleterious effect on patient care.
, Royal Darwin Hospital
Archives of Surgery and Surgical Education, Volume 3, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.24966/asse-3126/100032

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Telehealth services are commonly used in many aspects of medicine to improve access to medical care for populations in rural and remote regions, and can and do play an important role in ensuring equitable access to paediatric surgery in Australia’s more rural and remote areas.
Ghina Ghazeeri, American University Of Beirut Medical Center
Journal of Reproductive Medicine, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Volume 6, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.24966/rmgo-2574/100084

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The recent quantum leaps in various management modalities in oncology have led to unanticipated survival rates. This has constituted a plea for amelioration in the quality of life of cancer patients of reproductive age, at the core of which is Fertility Preservation (FP).
, Radboud University Medical Center
Journal of Reproductive Medicine, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Volume 6, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.24966/rmgo-2574/100080

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Women with a history of preeclampsia and/or Hemolysis Elevated Liver enzymes Low Platelets (HELLP) syndrome report impaired cognitive functioning, such as concentration problems and decreased memory function. The presence of subjective cognitive impairment, depressive symptoms and cognitive deficits may affect working abilities.
, Andrology Laboratory Services Inc
Journal of Reproductive Medicine, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Volume 6, pp 1-3; https://doi.org/10.24966/rmgo-2574/100085

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Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after at least one year of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse [1] and affects one out of eight couples of reproductive age in the United States. Estimates suggest that a significant percentage of such cases result from defective semen quality in the male [2].
Shi Ou-Yang, The Fifth Affiliated Hospital Of Guangzhou Medical University
Journal of Reproductive Medicine, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Volume 6, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.24966/rmgo-2574/100082

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Hepatitis B Infection (HBV), one of the major epidemics in China, has an impact on mother-to-child transmission. In addition, a number of existing studies have shown that there is a correlation between HBV infection and pregnancy complications and adverse pregnancy outcomes.
, Southeastern Louisiana University
Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.24966/ggm-8662/100111

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The purpose of this study was to examine the association between empathy and ageism among undergraduate students. A cross-sectional survey of undergraduate students was conducted at a midsize university in the Southeastern region of the United States.
, University Of Manitoba
Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.24966/ggm-8662/100109

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Individuals from various ethno-cultural backgrounds have different health-related practices, beliefs, lifestyles, and levels of social engagement, which may promote or impede healthy aging. We examined ethno-cultural variations in self-ratings of healthy aging and its determinants among Canadians.
, Oregon Health & Science University
Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.24966/ggm-8662/100108

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People with dementia comprise a growing share of the hospital patient population, often receiving care in medical, surgical and critical care units as opposed to behavioral health settings. Dementia confers a greater reliance on familiar people, stimuli and surroundings to support physical and cognitive function.
, The Chinese University Of Hong Kong
Nephrology and Renal Therapy, Volume 7, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.24966/nrt-7313/100063

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Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) is a common problem in hospitalized patients and is associated with poor clinical outcome. We studied the incidence, severity, and short-term outcome of AKI amongst patients admitted to a general hospital in Hong Kong.
Maya N Clark-Cutaia, New York Univeristy Rory Meyers College Of Nursing
Nephrology and Renal Therapy, Volume 7, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.24966/nrt-7313/100061

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The study objective was to explore the distribution of healthy behaviors across the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) spectrum using a national sample.
, Vancouver General Hospital
Nephrology and Renal Therapy, Volume 7, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.24966/nrt-7313/100065

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Peritonitis is a serious complication of Peritoneal Dialysis (PD). At our hospital, PD- related peritonitis is treated empirically with intraperitoneal cefazolin plus ceftazidime.
, Dutch Osteopathic Association
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100197

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A proposition is made for scientific substantiation of “Primary respiration” and related concepts, including suggestions for future research. For research and support, the field of mathematics, artificial intelligence, chaos theory and complex systems thinking can be of fundamental and essential value.
, University Of Gabes
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100202

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Similarly, the bacterial strains tested were most sensitive to fruit peels than especially against Staphylococcus aureus with inhibition zones (DIZ), minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) and minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC) values of 15.22±2.14 mm, 4.68 mg/mL and 37.5 mg/mL respectively. However, aqueous extract of cladodes have high antifongical activity particularly against Fusarium oxysporum with DIZ (20±0.2 mm), MIC (4.68mg/mL) and MFC (75 mg/mL) value
, David Geffen School Of Medicine At UCLA
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-3; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100199

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Emerging data have suggested lack of sleep as being a possible contributor to the development of Alzheimer’s disease pathology, placing insomnia as a prospective target to positively impact underlying disease progression. Diagnosis and treatment of insomnia can be a challenge in general, with even more complexities occurring in the population of Alzheimer's disease. Treatment data is overall limited. However, multiple non-pharmacological and pharmacological interventions are available for consideration for management
Anjali Kumar, Swansea University
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-2; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100206

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Currently, 510 self-certified products containing probiotics are listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG). We found 48% contained only probiotic ingredients; the remainder had multiple additional ingredients. The indications used (and claims made) were mainly non-specific, appeared to lack evidence, and encouraged unnecessary use.
Ling Guan, Capital Medical University
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100205

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HMT shows a stronger effect on the parasympathetic nervous system as expressed by increase in HFnu with decrease in HR, diastolic blood pressure and body tension, compared with RR and also MHM. More studies are needed to understand how different relaxing interventions may modulate the autonomic nervous system
Kyoung Jun Song, Seoul National University Boramae Medical Center
Emergency Medicine, Trauma and Surgical Care, Volume 8, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.24966/ets-8798/100059

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The head elevation position increased mortality, decreased MAP, and showed no significant change in CePP.
, Bombay University
Emergency Medicine, Trauma and Surgical Care, Volume 8, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.24966/ets-8798/100062

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The pigs were immediately connected to a ventilator device for assisted respiration. After about a day or so these pigs returned to normalcy with regards to heart & breathing rhythms. By following the above procedure dead humans may also be brought back to life immediately after demise. This procedure will be more effective in dead youths who unfortunately got killed. Pigs were used for this experiment as they share a number of surprising comparable traits with humans which is a well-known fact.
Emergency Medicine, Trauma and Surgical Care, Volume 8, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.24966/ets-8798/100061

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A simplified peri-appendectomy antibiotic regimen was as effective with fewer nursing resources and treatment costs
Shihab AL Sheikh
Emergency Medicine, Trauma and Surgical Care, Volume 8, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.24966/ets-8798/100058

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When compared with Ketamine alone for PSA in ED settings, the Ketofol with rapid onset of action, faster recovery time, cardio respiratory stability, less adverse events, and high patient satisfaction level make it a better option.
Emergency Medicine, Trauma and Surgical Care, Volume 8, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.24966/ets-8798/100060

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Emergency department medical staff should be cautious of trauma patients who present with any of thesevariables found to be associated with NAT. Identification of NAT on the first presentation by medical staff may prevent victims of NAT from facing subsequent abuse, fatality, or lifelong complications
Tanudeep Kaur, Aiims
Journal of Reproductive Medicine, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Volume 5, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.24966/rmgo-2574/100056

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Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience causing agony and several side effects in a postoperative patient. Thus effective postoperative pain management has a humanitarian role with additional medical and economic benefits Paracetamol (PCM) has been widely used as an effective analgesic and antipyretic for over a century with an established safety profile, and Tramadol is a commonly used intravenous drug for postoperative pain relief.
Goulnar Kasymjanova, Peter Brojde Lung Cancer Centre Jewish General Hospital
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-8; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100201

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Our study is the first prospective clinical study using combination of curcumin and EGFR-TKIs in metastatic lung cancer patients. The future randomized larger-scale clinical trials using this combination is feasible and safe. RCT will seek to assess the potential effects on survival and response to TKIs.
, Vanderbilt University
Physical Medicine Rehabilitation & Disabilities, Volume 7, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.24966/pmrd-8670/100070

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Adherence to the exercise component of a Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR) remains low. Up to 50% of patients do not complete CR program.
, Keele University
Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders, Volume 8, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.24966/dmd-201x/100040

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Obesity has been a growing health concern globally. As the prevalence of obesity is increasing rapidly worldwide, studying the mechanisms, manifestations and prevention of obesity is very important.
Elin Solheim, Copenhagen
Physical Medicine Rehabilitation & Disabilities, Volume 7, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.24966/pmrd-8670/100068

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Pregnancy-related Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (PDRA) is a prevalent condition.
, Raffaele Piscopo, Stefania Leuci, Paolo Vinciguerra
Journal of Ophthalmology & Clinical Research, Volume 8, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.24966/ocr-8887/100089

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He aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of phacoemulsification and Intraocular Lens (IOL) implantation in OcMMP patients. Data from 15 eyes of 10 patients affected by OcMMP that underwent phaco+IOL have been evaluated. Each patient was examined a week before surgery and at day 1, day 3, day 7 and 30 days after surgery
, Pedakakani Sankara Eye Hospital, Eswar Sakare, Sudhakar Potti, Madhuri Venigalla
Journal of Ophthalmology & Clinical Research, Volume 8, pp 1-3; https://doi.org/10.24966/ocr-8887/100087

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We report a case of bilateral Terrien’s Marginal Degeneration with Hydrops. A 59 year old man presented with dimunition of vision in both eyes since 3 years. On examination both eyes had superior ectatic changes with right eye having scarred Descemet’s membrane indicating a healed hydrops and left eye showing superior corneal edema indicating resolving hydrops.
, Egidio Jose Fortuna
Journal of Ophthalmology & Clinical Research, Volume 8, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.24966/ocr-8887/100090

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In a tertiary government hospital where cost is an invariable concern, this report validates monotherapy of intravitreal ganciclovir as an effective option for patients due to affordability and ease of administration compared to systemic therapy. The case also exhibits the potential of intravitreal therapy to improve visual acuity in advance bilateral retinal disease
Gf Diomandé, Pfek Bile, Fh Koffi, Mp Konan, T Kouaibi, Am Goule, Ke Assua, Z Diabaté, L Gode, Rlo Babayeju, et al.
Journal of Ophthalmology & Clinical Research, Volume 8, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.24966/ocr-8887/100088

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Tropical endemic limboconjunctivitis remains an endemic and recurrent disease in children in the tropics and inter-tropics. Its clinical diagnosis is easy but its medical care remains complex
, Hunan University Of Chinese Medicine
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-7; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100195

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Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by SARS-CoV-2 has become a global pandemic. COVID-19 can result in acute respiratory distress syndrome and multiple organ failure due to its strong infectivity and extensive spread, so it is urgent to prevent and control the epidemic. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has played a pivotal role in the early prophylaxis, clinical treatment and recovery of COVID-19. At present, the epidemic situation of COVID-19 in China has been controlled in stages, and most of the confirmed cases have obtained favourable results due to the interventional diagnosis and therapy of TCM. Given different individual conditions, different TCM treatment strategies have been provided, such as moistening dryness and storing fluid, dispelling heat and detoxification, aroma penetrating filth and releasing lung and reducing turbidity.. To provide some references to the treatment of COVID-19 and related diseases and to lay a certain foundation for subsequent new drug research, this paper generalized the application and potential mechanisms of TCM in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.
, Nutrition Institute Of America
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100193

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A 60-day observational study was conducted to evaluate how lifestyle modification principles relying upon a customized regimen of aerobic and muscle strength exercise, a plant-based diet and meditative stress reduction techniques may improve physical endurance and strength, mental health, and reverse normal aging associated with the average American lifestyle. All enrolled participants were generally in good health respective to their age. Several subjects had overlapping mild medical conditions. The results demonstrate that the intervention of a customized lifestyle modification regimen of regular daily exercise, a plant-based diet, and daily stress reduction practices, such as meditation and yoga, may provide a viable and beneficial preventative strategy as an anti-aging and wellness model to increase the physical and mental health of elderly men and women.
Kaicheng Wang, People’S Hospital Of Huishan, Tingwang Jiang, The Affiliated Changshu Hospital Of Xuzhou Medical University
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100191

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To explore the mechanism of hypertension caused by sorafenib in liver cancer-bearing rats based on Vascular Endothelial-Growth Factor (VEGF) signal pathway. After the three groups (blank, liver cancer and Spontaneously Hypertensive Rat (SHR) groups, n = 30) were administered orally with sorafenib (2 mg/kg), the non-invasive tail arterial pressure measurement was employed to determine the changes in blood pressure (BP). Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay measured the changes of VEGF and Nitric Oxide (NO) in serum. The expressions of Kinase insert Domain Receptor tyrosine kinase (KDR-CD), endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase (eNOS), Bax and Bcl-2 were detected by Western blot. TUNEL assay detected the Apoptosis Index (AI) of cardiomyocyte. CD31 immunohistochemical staining was observed the changes of Myocardial Capillary Density (MCD). The BP and VEGF levels of the blank and SHR groups were not significantly (P > 0.05) different from those in the before treatment cohort, while the BP of the liver cancer group was significantly (P < 0.05) higher. VEGF level was significantly (P < 0.05) lower than before. Compared with the blank group, the levels of NO, KDR-CD, eNOS, Bcl-2/Bax and MCD in the liver cancer group were significantly (P < 0.05) lower than those in the after administration, while the myocardial cell AI increased significantly (P < 0.05). After antagonist intervention, the BPs and myocardial AI of the liver cancer and SHR groups were significantly lower than before the intervention. Besides, levels of KDR-CD, eNOS, Bcl-2/Bax protein, MCD, serum VEGF and NO were significantly higher than before the intervention (P<0.05). Induction mechanism of hypertension induced by sorafenib may be owing to the inhibition of the VEGF signaling pathway, and reduction of endothelial cells proliferation leading to blockade of NO synthesis. This causes vasoconstriction, while promoting myocardial cell apoptosis and decreasing capillary density, thereby inducing the occurrence of hypertension.
, University Of The Region Of Joinville
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100194

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Obesity is a chronic disease described by the large amount of body fat that leads to an increase in Body Mass Index (BMI). It is subdivided into three levels, being grade I with a BMI between 30 and 34.9 kg/m2, grade II between 35 and 39.9 kg/m2 and grade III or morbid obesity with a BMI above 40 kg/m2. Aiming at reversing the morbid condition caused by the disease, the bariatric surgical technique presents itself as the most effective option to contain grade III obesity, as well as the associated co morbidities. The objective of surgical techniques is to improve the quality of life of the obese, reducing both physical and psychosocial problems. As endocrine disease is related to several co morbidities, such as high blood pressure, sleep apnea and even some types of cancer, it is necessary to carry out an investigation into the surgical technique to be applied as well as its effectiveness during and after the surgical procedure.
, Inova Heart And Vascular Institute
Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Volume 6, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.24966/avs-7397/100071

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Critical limb ischemia carries risk of significant morbidity and mortality and revascularization is particularly challenging in patients with tibial and pedal arterial disease. Recent advances in both endovascular therapies and open revascularization techniques have expanded our ability to treat patients with below the knee disease who may otherwise be subject to amputation. This commentary briefly reflects on emerging endovascular and open revascularization techniques for limb salvage in complex below knee arterial disease in order to raise awareness and minimize primary amputation without attempts at these “state of the art” modalities.
Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Volume 6, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.24966/avs-7397/100069

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Most popular fillers in cosmetic medicine are hyaluronic acid based. These comprise over 90% of the market and come with the advantage to be soluble in case of complications. Other fillers are contained in the group of bio-stimulatory fillers. They exert a secondary volumizing effect by provoking a low-grade inflammatory response that produces extra collagen. Examples are calcium-hydroxyapatite and L-poly-lactid acid. Finally autologous fat is being used as a filling substance (lipofilling). The gravest complications with fillers are intravascular injections. In particular when injected in arteries fillers can block blood flow and lead to skin necrosis or vison loss in case the material occludes the Central Retinal Artery (CRAO). Two opposing theories about the nature of arterial occlusion exist. One based on Ian Taylor idea of choke anastomoses assume vasoconstriction induced by the filler, both of the primary offended artery and its anastomosing vasosomes. In this case resolving the hyaluronic acid filler with the enzyme hyaluronidase at the primary occluding location would suffice. This is done under ultrasound guidance. The other theory assumes displacement of parts of the filler to end arterioles. Then, the whole affected area has to be flooded with large dosages of hyaluronidase. Obstructions with fillers based on other materials cannot be resolved. It seems logical to prevent intra-arterial filler injection by duplex sonography detection of the course of arteries prior to injection. Ultrasound has additional advantages for cosmetic doctors such as recognizing remains of previously injected filler. It also can give feedback on a physician’s ability to inject filler in the correct subdermal location.
, Memorial Care Heart And Vascular Institute
Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Volume 6, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.24966/avs-7397/100076

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Background: Evaluating the severity of peripheral artery lesions is challenging. Image-based blood flow modeling from peripheral Computed Tomographic Angiography (pCTA) may provide a non-invasive method to determine the hemodynamic significance of lesions. This pilot study evaluates the performance of pCTA-based blood flow modeling in diagnosing functionally significant peripheral lesions in comparison with Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA). Methods: Ten patients undergoing DSA and pCTA were included. The peripheral arteries were divided into 8 segments per extremity and stenosis severity was graded by visual estimation from DSA. Each segment was graded 0 to IV (normal, mildly-stenotic, moderately-stenotic, severely-stenotic, occluded) or non-evaluable. Independent from DSA review, a Resting Pressure Drop (RPD) and an Exercise Pressure Drop (ExPD) for each segment was calculated from pCTA-based blood flow modeling. A functionally significant (FS) lesion was defined as grade III or IV by DSA and RPD > 5 mmHg from pCTA-based modeling. Analysis was repeated with an ExPD > 20 mmHg. Sensitivity, specificity and accuracy were calculated for RPD > 5 mmHg and ExPD > 20 mmHg using DSA as the standard. Results: Mean age was 52±16 years, 4 patients were male, 8 patients presented with critical limb ischemia, mean ankle brachial index was 0.60±0.29, and 66 arterial segments were available for both assessment methods. Twenty-two segments had FS lesions by DSA. Using an RPD > 5 mmHg, sensitivity was 80%, specificity was 85% and accuracy was 79%. Using an ExPD > 20 mmHg, sensitivity was 84%, specificity was 89% and accuracy was 88%. Conclusion: Use of a resting pressure drop > 5 mmHg and an exercise pressure drop > 20 mmHg, measured by blood flow modeling from CT angiography, can accurately identify functionally significant stenosis in patients with peripheral vascular disease. This information motivates the need for a larger-scale prospective imaging trial to further validate this novel non-invasive approach.
, Khon Kaen University
Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Volume 6, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.24966/avs-7397/100073

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The most common technical concern in Endovascular Aneurysm Repair (EVAR) is the proximal landing zone of stent. Sandwich technique is the effective procedure to preserve internal iliac blood flow. This case report describes using this procedure for successful EVAR in patient with juxtarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm.
Fei Teng, The Beijing Genomics Institute, Zhong Wang, China Academy Of Chinese Medical Sciences
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100192

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O investigate the characteristics and find more effective biomarkers at gene expression level of Stable Angina (SA) pectoris.
, Arkansas Children’S Hospital
Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Volume 6, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.24966/avs-7397/100064

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Heterotaxy is an abnormal arrangement of viscera across the left-right axis of the body often associated with a variety of complex cardiac lesions. We present a case of left isomeric heterotaxy, a right aortic arch, and a left brachiocephalic artery arising from a left ductus arteriosus.
Ulf Thorsten Zierau, Endovascular Specialist Artery Founder And Ceo Of Saphenion®-Vascular Surgeon
Angiology and Vascular Surgery, Volume 6, pp 1-5; https://doi.org/10.24966/avs-7397/100075

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Oxygen multi-step therapy for Varicose Veins: Oxygen as an energy carrier, all mechanisms in the human organism during growth, its maintenance and its physical and mental activity require energy. This becomes particularly clear to the patient during cardiac work, breathing work in the lungs, skeletal muscles and intellectual work. The pathology of the microcirculation in the capillaries depends largely on the oxygen partial pressure and on the blood pressure in the supplying arteries and the high pressure in the draining veins.
Rong Li, The First Affiliated Hospital Of Guangzhou University Of Chinese Medicine
Journal of Alternative, Complementary & Integrative Medicine, Volume 7, pp 1-2; https://doi.org/10.24966/acim-7562/100196

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Sick Sinus Syndrome (SSS) refers to a group of heart rhythm disorders caused by problems relating to the sinus node. Currently, there is no effective treatment for SSS, and an electronic pacemaker is required to support heart function in SSS patients. However, electronic pacemakers are associated with several defects. For example, external magnetic noise commonly interferes, leading to complications. In addition, some patients, especially children with congenitals inoatrial node dysfunction, are not suitable subjects for pacemaker insertion. Therefore, the search for new therapeutic strategies for treating cardiovascular diseases has become imperative. Shenfu injection (SFI), a Chinese herbal medicine, is effective in improving bradyarrhythmia. However, the underlying mechanism of SFI's therapeutic effect remains elusive.
, University Of Colombo
Journal of Addiction & Addictive Disorders, Volume 8, pp 1-3; https://doi.org/10.24966/aad-7276/100066

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Research on harms to others from alcohol abuse remained confined to a few developed countries until recent times. Yet, this situation changed in the last decade when such research expanded into many low and middle -income countries in Asia and elsewhere.
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