Catheterization laboratories

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Diagnostic methods in the cardiac catheterization laboratory" presents the following contents: Coronary anomalies and fistulae - An overview of important entities, practical uses of online quantitative coronary angiography, preintervention evaluation of chronic total occlusions,...

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Diagnostic methods in the cardiac catheterization laboratory" presents the following contents: Clinical applications of OCT, viability assessment and cardiac function, cardiovascular interventional MR imaging, coronary stenosis evaluation with CT angiography, invasive evaluation of renal artery stenosis,...

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Pocket guide to diagnostic cardiac catheterization" presents the following contents: A brief history of cardiac catheterization, the cardiac catheterization laboratory, the tools, precatheterization care, vascular access, the multipurpose catheter, angiography of coronary bypass grafts,...

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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 appropriateness of single page of activation of the cardiac catheterization laboratory by emergency physician for patients with suspected ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction: a cohort study

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Pocket guide to diagnostic cardiac catheterization" presents the following contents: Right heart catheterization, right and left heart hemodynamics, shunt detection and calculation, endomyocardial biopsy, pericardiocentesis, temporary transvenous pacemaker placement,...

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  • Permanent pacemaker implantation can be done in the cardiac catheterization laboratory or in the operating room. Both locations have unique advantages and disadvantages. The operating room often has better lighting and thus allows better visualization of the device pocket, but fluoroscopy can be less optimal in the operating room, which generally utilizes a C-arm radiology device. Sterility was once thought to be more advantageous than the operating room setting. Data support that infection rates tend to be extremely low in both settings.

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  • The quality assurance teams and managers supported the evolution of the breast screening programme locally, and professional quality assurance groups were developed with the relevant associations and royal colleges at a national level. In 1990, a new post of national coordinator of the NHSBSP was established, based at one of the regional heath authori- ties. Mrs Julietta Patnick at the Trent Region in Sheffield was appointed, and she is now the Director of the NHS Cancer Screening Programmes, which includes the NHSBSP.

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  • The cellular damage due to the hypoxi/re-oxigenative stress may trigger the production of free radicals with consequent destabilization of the cell membranes (Calandrella et al., 2010). As a matter of fact literature data show that the ischemic insult at retinal level activates iNOS which leads to the production of nitrogen oxide (Goldstein et al., 1995; Geyer et al., 1995): this compound is cytotoxic at high concentration and causes lipid peroxidation (Crow et al., 1996; Ullrich et al., 2000).

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  • In addition, the federal government pays administrative expense subsidies to insurance companies as an allowance that is intended to cover their expenses for selling and servicing crop insurance policies. In turn, insurance companies use these subsidies to cover their overhead expenses, such as payroll and rent, and to pay commissions to insurance agencies and agents. Companies also incur expenses associated with verifying—adjusting—the amount of loss claimed. These expenses include, for example, loss adjusters’ compensation and their travel expenses to farmers’ fields.

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  • The components of effectiveness are organized around eight clinical areas. Naturally, some measures will cross components; for example, receipt of discharge instructions for heart failure is related to effectiveness of heart disease care as well as care coordination. For the purposes of this document, measures with clinical context are presented with the effectiveness measures. Other measure sets describe health care delivery and systems issues and are discussed together.

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  • Adenoviral vectors serve as an excellent gene delivery system for a variety of cell types or organs for gene therapy and immunization applications. In the second section ‘Adenoviral Vector’, chapter five introduces the history of adenovirus research, the advantage and disadvantage of adenoviral vector, the adenoviral vector induced innate immune response, the evolution of adenoviral vector system, the application of adenoviral vector in gene therapy, and adenoviral vaccine.

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  • As editor in chief of this book, I would like to acknowledge the efforts made by all of the contributing authors and the entire editorial team in the publishing of this book especially Ms Romina Skomersic for her very precious collaboration. Their dedication to the publication of the most contemporary and comprehensive scientific data has resulted with this excellent work. I would like to dedicate this book to all my colleagues - surgeons, pathologists, oncologists, radiologists and anethesists at Sahloul hospital.

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  • The third section deals with neuroprotection. As we have discussed above, this has become a kind of Holy Grail for stroke scientists. Contributors to this section reviewed the state of the art in this quest or reported their experience in exploring novel ways of neuroprotection. Their work will be a useful addition to the store of knowledge that the modern Parsifal will exploit to finally find his Grail. I am most grateful to the Authors of the various chapters, who have expertly written and patiently revised their very interesting work for this book.

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  • Trypanosomiasis, usually caused in camels by the protozoan Trypanosoma evansi, is a major clinical disease and cause of economic loss. Unlike other trypanosome species, T. evansi does not have to undergo part of its life cycle in tsetse flies and it is transmitted mechanically by other biting flies. These flies are usually of the tabanid group, mainly of the genus Tabanus, but some so called stable flies of the genus Stomoxys, also transmit the disease. In some of East African countries, the major tabanid vectors are Philoliche zonata and P. magretti. ...

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  • You’ll make money on a mutual fund if the value of its investments goes up and you sell the fund for more than you paid for it. This is called a capital gain. If you sell the fund for less than you paid for it, this is called a capital loss. Depending on the fund, you may also receive distributions of dividends, interest, capital gains or other income the fund earns on its investments. However, unless you ask for the distributions to be paid in cash, the fund will usually reinvest them for you. ...

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  • The Indian aged population is currently the second largest in the world after China (100 million). The absolute number of 60 and over in India will likely to increase from 77 million in 2001 to 137 million by 2021 (United Nations, 2003). The decadal growth rate among elderly population during 1991-2001 is about 40 percent – double than the general population growth of 21 percent. The percentage of elderly in India has increased from 5.4 percent in 1951 to 6.4 percent in 1981 and further to 7.4 in 2001. If the percentage of elderly population is above seven percent in...

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  • It is clear that levels of financial literacy vary within countries and it is therefore useful to know more about how they vary across particular socio-economic groups. The findings of analysis by socio-demographics show that women have much lower levels of financial knowledge than men in almost all of the countries studied (Hungary being the exception). So for example, whilst 67% of men in the UK gained a score of 6 or more on the knowledge measure, just 40% of women achieved the same; in Germany the corresponding percentages are 67% and 50%. Women are also less likely...

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  • Since many people still know so little about car-sharing, their deciding to become a member of a car-sharing organization may involve a decision process taking a year or more. For this reason, providers and other advocates of car-sharing need to be very persistent in their marketing efforts. It has been observed in continental parts of Europe that the numbers of members in an open car-sharing organization tend to accelerate as the organization becomes increasingly well established and recognized as reliable. ...

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  • The Pest Risk Analysis on South American Leaf Blight, The Contingency Plan for South American Leaf Blight of Rubber and the Model Work Plan for the Importation of Budded Stumps or Budwood of Hevea are supporting documents for the implementation of the Regional Standards for Phytosanitary Measures No. 7 – Guidelines for Protection against South American Leaf Blight of Rubber. These documents reflect the most up-to-date progress of APPPC in terms of management of SALB and are essential references for protection against SALB in Asia and Pacific region.

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  • Geographical differences exist among the type of alcohol people consume – beer, wine, spirits or other alcoholic beverages. In this report, ‘beer’ includes malt beers, ‘wine’ includes wine made from grapes, and ‘spirits’ include all distilled beverages. Other includes one or several other alcoholic beverages, such as fermented beverages made from sorghum, maize, millet, rice, or cider, fruit wine, fortifi ed wine, etc. Spirits are the most consumed beverages in terms of litres of pure alcohol in Asian and eastern European countries (Figure 2; Table 3).

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