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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học quốc tế cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: The contemporary role of blood products and components used in trauma resuscitation

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: Filter survival time and requirement of blood products in patients with severe sepsis receiving drotrecogin alfa (activated) and requiring renal replacement therapy...

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học quốc tế cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Blood product ratio in acute traumatic coagulopathy - effect on mortality in a Scandinavian level 1 trauma centre

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  • The benefit-to-risk ratio of blood products needs constant evaluation. Blood products, as therapeutic agents, have had the test of time but lack the evidence we expect from other medicinals. Blood, an organ, is used as a pharmaceutical agent by the medical profession, due to the achievements in collection, processing, banking, and distribution. The fact that the most common risk of blood transfusion isblood delivery error supports the notion that blood is handled as a pharmaceutical agent.

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 101. Hemolytic Anemias and Anemia Due to Acute Blood Loss Definitions A finite life span is a distinct characteristic of red cells. Hence, a logical, time-honored classification of anemias comprises three groups: decreased production of red cells, increased destruction of red cells, and acute blood loss. Red cell destruction and acute loss, both associated with increased reticulocyte production, are covered in this chapter. Red cell production defects are discussed in Chaps. 98, 99, and 100.

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  • So it has to be explored how much knowledge of organic farming consumers already have, and how they would like to be more informed. Studies concerning consumer demand for organic food products are still un- der-developed in the Northern Thai region. Therefore, the present paper aims to understand the perceptions and attitudes towards organic food products in this region, to collect detailed infor- mation of the demographic characteristics and to identify the reasons affecting consumers’ be- havior towards organic food products. ...

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  • Your blood cholesterol level has a lot to do with your chances of getting heart disease. High blood cholesterol is one of the major risk factors for heart disease. A risk factor is a condition that increases your chance of getting a disease. In fact, the higher your blood cholesterol level, the greater your risk for developing heart disease or having a heart attack. Heart disease is the number one killer of women and men in the United States. Each year, more than a million Americans have heart attacks, and about a half million people die from heart disease....

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  • How much of a supplemental nutrient to apply should be determined based on prior experience of the farmer, obser- vation of plant growth, knowledge of soil characteristics such as organic matter, cation exchange capacity, phosphorus and potassium supplying ability, and base saturation, knowl- edge of crop needs and field history, and understanding of the nutrient supplying power of the material to be used. An example of nutrient application rates is provided in Table 2. Overapplication can cause problems in crop production as well as in the environment.

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  • The latest research shows that the foods we choose to eat—or not to eat—may increase our life span or the quality of our lives. Not a day goes by, it seems, without feature news stories about food and its impact on health. The message that we can reduce our chances of developing cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other diseases by maintaining a healthy weight, decreasing the fat and calories in our diets, eating more vitamin- and mineral-rich fruits and vegetables, and getting fit is becoming a familiar one.

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  • We are pleased to present the 7th edition of the Clinician’s Pocket Drug Reference. This book is based on the drug presentation style used since 1983 in the Clinician’s Pocket Reference, popularly known as the Scut Monkey Book. Our goal is to identify the most frequently used and clinically important medications, including branded, generic and OTC products. The book includes well over 1000 medications and is designed to represent a cross section of commonly used products in medical practices across the country....

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  • Developing a new functional food is an expensive process. Food companies have traditionally funded research for new food product formulations but for functional foods, the stakes are higher—for both food companies and con- sumers. Government investment in basic and applied research will promote the development of functional foods, but additional incentives are needed to reward private companies that pioneer new health claims.

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  • In Europe, and more recently in the United States, an increased trend has emerged in the use of autologous blood products in an effort to facilitate healing in a variety of applications. In recent years, scientific research and technology has provided a new perspective on understanding the wound healing process. Initially platelets were thought to act exclusively with clotting.

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  • Clinical transfusion medicine is an evolving subspecialty, which straddles traditional areas of pathology and clinical hematology. This subspecialities is concerned with aspects of blood procurement, including safety, logistics and economics, and the appropriate use of blood products in different clinical situations. This causes the transfusion medicine physician to interact with (and occasionally come into conflict with!) surgeons, anesthesiologists, internists, and many subspecialists in internal medicine, particularly, oncologists and hematologists....

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  • he meat packing industry handles the slaughtering, processing, packaging, and distribution of animals such as cattle, pigs, sheep and other livestock. The industry is primarily focused on producing meat for human consumption, but it also yields a variety of by-products including hides, feathers, dried blood, and, through the process of rendering, fat such as tallow and protein meals such as meat & bone meal.

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  • The short life span of mature blood cells requires their continuous replacement, a process termed hematopoiesis. New cell production must be responsive to both basal needs and situations of increased demand. For example, red blood cell production can vary over more than a fivefold range in response to anemia or hypoxia. White blood cell production increases dramatically in response to a systemic infection, and platelet production can increase severalfold when platelet destruction results in thrombocytopenia....

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  • Current recommendations also include influenza vaccine for routine annual administration to individuals with chronic illness at any age, to persons living in the same household as chronically ill individuals, and to all adults 50 years of age. Polyvalent pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine is similarly recommended for adults ≥65 years of age and for all chronically ill persons.

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  • It is concluded that coordination between elderly housing and health care is inefficient and that they should be more integrated with one another.

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  • Professor Tom Kompas is Director of the International and Development Economics Program and Senior Research Economist Consultant at the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (ABARE). He specialises in economic growth and dynamics, the economics of fisheries, agricultural and resource economics and productivity. His current projects include research work on the economics of quarantine, social capital and growth, market reform and rice production in Vietnam and fisheries management.

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  • Another method for the detection of live trypanosomes in blood is by the use of ion exchange columns. The ion exchange gel is packed into plastic syringe bodies and the trypanosomes are collected in sealed Pasteur pipettes. After centrifugation, the pipette tip while immersed in a very shallow water bath, is examined with a 20 X objective. Trypanosomes may be seen undulating in the fluid within the pipette tip. The method is claimed 98% accurate, but requires more apparatus, preparation and skill development time.

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  • In an effort to assess the impact of recent trends that may have affected industry energy consumption since the CEF report was produced, we also examined reference case energy consumption projections for the pulp and paper industry produced in connection with EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2006 (AEO 2006), which also uses the NEMS model but incorporates more recent energy and economic data. However, AEO 2006 also projects production to grow (increasing at 1.

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