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María Marqueta de Salas, Lorena Rodríguez Gómez, Diego Enjuto Martínez, José Juan Juárez Soto, José Javier Martín-Ramiro
OBJECTIVE: Obesity is a public health problem worldwide. The aim of the present study was to determine the association between the type of working schedule and the sleeping hours per day with obesity and overweight. METHODS: Cross-sectional study of the National Health Survey in 2012. We conducted an analysis of multinomial logistic regression and estimated the rates of possible risk of obesity and overweight versus the normal weight in relation to the type of working schedule and sleeping hours...
March 1, 2017: Revista Española de Salud Pública
A Rincón Mayans, D Rosell Costa, J J Zudaire Bergera, J Rioja Zuazu, J Barba Abad, E Tolosa Eizaguirre, L Romero Vargas, I Pascual Piedrola
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the response and the free-survival progression in patients diagnosed of invasive bladder cancer who have been treated with transurethral resection, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. This multimodal treatment is compared with a not random serie of patients treated by radical cistectomy. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Retrospective analysis of 43 cases of invasive bladder cancer treated with two schemes of bladder preservation between 1994-2007. They are compared with 145 cases treated with radical cistectomy in the same period of time...
October 2010: Actas Urologicas Españolas
L Gabaldón Torres, J Salas Felipe, J Fernández Domínguez, F Vivancos Matellanos, E Izal, Fj Arpa Gutiérrez
INTRODUCTION: Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a chronic neurological disorder that has a negtive influence on sleep. We describe clinical spectrum, polysomnogram and impact on sleep of patients' series with RLS. METHODS: We studied 49 patients with RLS. We analyse socio- demographic information, clinical features, therapy and impact on sleep. We realized differents questionnaire: Index of Severity of Sleep, Epworth Scale, Index-RLS, Questionnaire Quality of Life-RLS and Questionnaire from limitation of laboral productivity...
May 2009: Neurología: Publicación Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Neurología
J M Calvo Romero, J L Ramos Salado, F García de la Llana, J C Bureo Dacal, P Bureo Dacal, M Pérez Miranda
OBJECTIVE: To identify potential differences in the clinical and laboratory characteristics between tuberculous spondylitis (TS) and brucellar spondylitis (BS). PATIENTS AND METHODS: Retrospective study of patients with TS and BS diagnosed in our hospital between january 1992 and december 1998. RESULTS: TS was diagnosed in 17 patients and BS in 10 patients. In our series, a higher delay in the diagnosis (27.9 +/- 24.6 vs. 16 +/- 5.6 weeks, p = 0...
June 2001: Anales de Medicina Interna: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Medicina Interna
L Yuguero del Moral, A J López Morante, J L Martín Lorente, C Ojeda Giménez
We appraise the efficacy of endoscopic injection treatment in 112 patients with gastroduodenal bleeding lesion versus 78 control patients (historical group), employing adrenaline (29 patients), absolute ethanol (52 patients) o adrenaline and ethanol (31 patients) as sclerosants. We observe in the treated group a diminution in rebleeding, lower transfusional blood needs and shorter hospital staying, with high stadistic significance versus the control group (p less than 0,001). Among treated patients the larger relapsing index (29...
November 1990: Revista Española de Enfermedades Digestivas
E A Jiménez-Balderas, R Sabino Osorio-Pérez, V Huerta-Muñoz, A Quijano de la Cruz
OBJECTIVE: Realize a somatometric study in the Tabasco zone and compared this results with a similar study. DESIGN: Full term newborns without patology take weight, height and head circumference. SETTING: In Villahermosa City, Capital of Tabasco State in México, from march 1, 1988 to january 31, 1989. SUBJECT: 915 fullterm newborn, male 450, female 465, from the patients of Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (Social Security System)...
March 1991: Boletín Médico del Hospital Infantil de México
R D Martinez
The levels of the hemolytic complement (UH 50%), C3, C4 and the antibodies against myocardium and against the antigenic fractions of myocardium precipitated with ammonium sulphate were studied in 8 patients with active rehumatic fever (ARF), 28 with inactive rheumatic fever (IRF) and 26 people without cardiopaties (NI). The UH 50% was low in 2 out of 36 patients with rheumatic fever (RF). C3 was normal and C4 low in 12.5% of the ARF patients. C3 had subnormal values in 25% and C4 in 33% of IRF patients, this last value had a stadistic significant decrease with respect to the values of C4 in normal people...
July 1978: Archivos del Instituto de Cardiología de México
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