Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Simultaneous measurements of kinematics and fMRI: compatibility assessment and case report on recovery evaluation of one stroke patient
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Simultaneous measurements of kinematics and fMRI: compatibility assessment and case report on recovery evaluation of one stroke patient
Despite significant technological advances in recent years, their impact on our overall health and social, well-being is not always clear to see. Perhaps, one of the best examples of this can be highlighted by the fact that mortality rates as a result of cerebrovascular diseases have hardly changed, if at all. This places cerebrovascular diseases as one of the most prominent causes of both disability and death. In Cuba, for instance, a total of 22,000 cases of cerebrovascular diseases are reported each year in a country where life expectancy should increase to 80 years in the near future.
Cerebrovascular diseases have an enormous and increasing impact on societies: they rank
among the leading causes of death, are often associated with chronic handicap, and cause
high costs for primary treatment, rehabilitation and chronic care. The advent of treatment
options such as reperfusion therapies and, to a lesser degree, neuroprotective strategies on
the one hand, and growing means to enhance rehabilitation and functional plasticity on the
other hand, urges physicians to diagnose stroke subtypes as early and precisely as possible.
A stroke is a loss of blood flow in the brain. There are two kinds of stroke. One is an ischemic stroke. It happens when
a blood vessel in the brain gets blocked. The other kind is called a hemorrhagic, or bleeding, stroke. This happens
when a blood vessel breaks.
As it is
associated with significant number of complications (11,8% to 21,6%) as well as high
costs, some authors advocate conservative treatment. High incidence of re-ruptures
(12% to 17%), lengthened tendon and loss of strength are the main arguments for the
opponents to criticize this method. Percutaneous repair seems to bridge the gap,
combining the advantages of conservative and operative treatment, particularly if
performed in an outpatient manner and under local anesthesia.
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Three periods of one and a half decade of ischemic stroke susceptibility gene research: lessons we have learned
The Multiple Listing Service (MLS®®) is the best way to sell your property.
There. We said it. For anyone planning to sell a home without the assistance of a realtor, this may sound harsh. But the truth is, 90% of all houses sell specifically because of listing in the MLS®. Unless you happen to hit upon the right connection with a buyer by some stroke of luck, your home likely will not sell if it is not listed in the MLS®. In today’s volatile real estate market, the chances of selling your home based on luck alone are, well... slim. For...
Who isn’t made blissful sitting at water’s edge, staring at the horizon,
hypnotized by that delicate, nearly imperceptible yet somehow distinct
line where blue meets blue? Who among us doesn’t count those solitary,
sun-washed moments—whether afloat on a boat or feet dug deep into
the sand—as among the favorites of a lifetime?
Substantial differences between the latest findings and the benchmarks should be
identified for later consideration and possible action.
A note on setting targets, the second comparison listed above: For some programs,
funders may require such targets as part of the grant application. Even if not
required, setting targets is a good management practice. If the outcome indicator is
new, for example, one whose data are to be obtained from a new client survey procedure,
probably only a reasonable “guesstimate” can be made of what can be
Stroke, a clinical diagnosis of acute, suddenonset
neurological deficit, is one of the main
causes of death and permanent disability in the
industrialized world. Pathologically the process
may be an ischaemic or a haemorrhagic event,
or both. About 85% of cerebrovascular accidents
result from ischaemia, predominantly
secondary to carotid thromboembolism.
Almost 75 percent of the elderly (age 65 and over) have at
least one chronic illness.3 About 50 percent have at least
two chronic illnesses.3 Chronic conditions can lead to
severe and immediate disabilities, such as hip fractures and
stroke, as well as progressive disability that slowly erodes
the ability of elderly people to care for themselves.4
According to AHRQ’s 1996 Medical Expenditure Panel
Survey (MEPS),a about 14.3 percent of people age 65 and
over—4.5 million elderly Americans—require assistance
with bathing, dressing, preparing meals, or shopping.
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Bad teeth can be painful and
worse. They can even be deadly. Infections of the gums and teeth can
release bacteria into the blood system. Those bacteria can increase the chances of a heart attack or stroke
and worsen the effects of other diseases. And adults are not the only ones at risk.
One feature of this
model is that strokes develop spontaneously following severe hypertension (more than 150
mmHg). Therefore, in SHRSP, because strokes develop after the onset of elevated blood
pressure, elevated blood pressure is considered to be the most critical factor for stroke
induction. However, interestingly, the neuronal cells of this model exhibit a great
vulnerability compared with normal control WKY/Izm rats during the reoxygenation
conditions following hypoxia (Tagami et al., 1998; Yamagata et al., 2010c).
In October of 1860, officials of Scotland’s Prestwick Golf Club extended an invitation to
the 30 or so golf clubs then operating in Scotland and England to send up to three “respectable
caddies” to compete in a golf tournament. Eight professional golfers entered. Willie Park, Sr.,
went around the 12-hole course three times in one day in 174 strokes to become the first winner
of what would become The Open Championship.
The next year, officials opened the event to amateurs. Ten professionals and eight amateurs
entered. “Old Tom” Morris won with a score of 163.
Sonneville et al. Annals of Intensive Care 2011, 1:10 http://www.annalsofintensivecare.com/content/1/1/10
Management of neurological complications of infective endocarditis in ICU patients
Romain Sonneville, Bruno Mourvillier, Lila Bouadma and Michel Wolff*
Abstract Patients with infective endocarditis (IE) are generally referred to the intensive care unit (ICU) for one or more organ dysfunctions caused by complications of IE. Neurologic events are frequent causes of ICU admission in patients with IE.
We are constantly reminded by health professionals that excessive intake of dietary sodium is linked to hypertension, which is one of the risk factors for the development of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and stroke. They further warn you that excess sodium intake is linked to gastric cancer, decreased bone density, and obesity. That's a fact. If I have to lower my sodium intake, it's not because of CVD or hypertension since I cannot see and feel those silent diseases but rather because of obesity. Good grief, that’s noticeable and I believe in "phát tướng phát bệnh". ...
First, clinicians have not been able to grasp the true conditions under which
neuroprotection is possible. Clinicians (or maybe the drug industry?) have been
blinded by the illusion that a simple cure to all ischemic strokes was at hand, and they
simply treated all patients with stroke, irrespective, for example, of age, infarct size
and comorbidity. Sometimes the neuroprotective treatment was administered one day
after stroke onset, an obvious nonsense that was not justified by animal data.
Every year in the United States, more teenagers and young adults die
from suicide than from cancer, heart disease, AIDS, birth defects, stroke,
pneumonia, and asthma combined. Despite decades of research into brain
chemistry and many more decades of probing into behavioral models, there
remains a limited base of knowledge as to why people commit suicide. Often
what families believe is very different from the beliefs of professionals. How
families try to help their suicidal loved ones also is often quite different from
the approach taken by experts.