Neurological damage

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Differentiating midazolam over-sedation from neurological damage in the intensive care unit...

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  • Climate impacts were monetized using estimates of the social cost of carbon—the valuation of the damages due to emissions of one metric ton of car- bon, of $30/ton of CO2equivalent (CO2e), 20 with low and high estimates of $10/ton and $100/ton. There is uncertainty around the total cost of climate change and its present value, thus uncertainty con- cerning the social cost of carbon derived from the total costs.

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  • Mercury health effects depend on the type of mercury to which a person is exposed. In general, health impacts include renal toxicity, damage to the immune system, alteration of genetic and enzyme systems and neurological damage, especially in babies exposed in utero. Methyl mercury is the most toxic form of mercury because it is absorbed quickly in the body and expelled much more slowly. Currently there is not enough human exposure data to make links between mercury and cancer.

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  • Hop up, Dick, love! See how glorious the sun is on the new snow. Now isn't that more beautiful than your dreams? And see the birdies! They can't find any breakfast. Let's hurry and have our morning wrestle and dress and give them some breakie before Anne calls." The mother is Ethel Baxter Lord. She is thirty-eight, and Dick-boy is just five. The mother's face is striking, striking as an example of fine chiseling of features, each line standing for sensitiveness, and each change revealing refinement of thought. The eyes and hair are richly brown.

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  • Cockayne syndrome (CS) is a complex, progressive disease that involves neurological and developmental impairment and premature aging. The majority of CS patients have mutations in theCSBgene. The CSB protein is involved in multiple DNA repair pathways and CSBmutated cells are sensitive to a broad spectrum of genotoxic agents.

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  • Lung protection strategy permising hypercapnia induces the development of cranial hyperemia and hypertension. On the other hand, “aggressive” ventilation with high tidal volume may aggravate lung injury and provoke ventilator-associated lung damage(9). In mechanical ventilation treatment, PEEP improves oxygenation by recruitment of atelectatic alveolar units, improving FRC and preventing atelectrauma. Also it may have detrimental neurologic effects in certain clinical circumstances(10).

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  • Coma: a state of unconsciousness from which the patient cannot be aroused, even by powerful stimuli. Traumatic brain injuries are the most frequent cause; other causes include severe uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, liver disease, kidney disease, and neurologic conditions Dementia: a general loss of mental abilities, including impairment of memory and often impairments in speech, coordination, ability to understand sensory stimuli, and other mental faculties.

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  • The correspondence between individual deficits of language function and lesion location does not display a rigid one-to-one relationship and should be conceptualized within the context of the distributed network model. Nonetheless, the classification of aphasias of acute onset into specific clinical syndromes helps to determine the most likely anatomic distribution of the underlying neurologic disease and has implications for etiology and prognosis (Table 27-1). The syndromes listed in Table 27-1 are most applicable to aphasias caused by cerebrovascular accidents (CVA).

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