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"Strategic Medical"

Jafar Abolghasemi
BACKGROUND: According to traditional Persian medicine (TPM) resources, the human digestive system includes four steps. In the first step, gastric digestion, the ingested food pours into the stomach and changes into the leachate called chylous due to the heat produced in the stomach. In the second step, hepatic digestion, the chylous enters in the liver through mesenteric vessels and transforms into the quadruple humors, sanguine, phlegm, bile and black bile due to the liver heat. In the case of humor predominance, using moshel or cathartic medicines is considered as a strategic medical plan...
May 2016: Iranian Journal of Medical Sciences
F J Pallarés, C Lasa, M Roozen, G Ramis
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to investigate the efficacy of tylvalosin (Aivlosin Water Soluble Granules, ECO Animal Health) in drinking water for control of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae (M hyo) on a farm with chronic enzootic pneumonia (EP) problems and high prevalence of mycoplasma-like lesions at slaughter. DESIGN: On a 4000-sow farm in the southeast of Spain, 1500 animals of same age were randomly divided into two groups: 900 pigs in the treated group (TG) and 600 pigs in the non-treated control group (CG)...
2015: Veterinary Record Open
Wei Li, DongMei Fan, Ming Yang, Yan Yan, RuiZan Shi, JunPing Cheng, ZhenZhen Li, MengNan Zhang, JianXiang Wang, Dongsheng Xiong
Chemotherapeutic drugs can enhance an immune response of the host against the tumor in addition to killing cancer cells by direct cytotoxicity. Therefore, the combination of chemotherapy and immunotherapy is a promising approach for eliminating tumors, particularly in advanced stages. A strategic medication is to use a bispecific antibody format that is capable of recruiting polyclonal T cells around antibody-target-expressing tumor cells. Recently, we have constructed a bispecific antibody, anti-CD3×anti-CD19, in a diabody configuration...
August 2013: Human Gene Therapy
G A Verpooten, A Aerts, N Coen, S Vancayzeele, C Hermans, J Bowles, K MacDonald, I Abraham, C S Lee
AIMS: The 'DRIVER' study was designed to investigate the 'real-world' effectiveness of aliskiren-based treatment of hypertension. This article reports the 180-day blood pressure (BP) outcomes, and the multilevel (physician- and patient-level) determinants thereof. METHODS AND RESULTS: DRIVER was a prospective, observational, open-label, multi-centre, pharmaco-epidemiologic study of hypertensive patients treated with aliskiren in whom prior treatment failed or was not tolerated...
January 2011: International Journal of Clinical Practice
Y M Law, C L Mack, R J Sokol, M Rice, L Parsley, D Ivy
HPS and PPHTN are unusual and challenging pulmonary manifestations of liver disease. We report two pediatric cases in association with heterotaxy polysplenia syndrome and congenital absence of the portal vein. Both patients were symptomatic and hemodynamically compromised and required aggressive medical therapy. One patient with PPHTN alone achieved a successful liver transplant. The second child presented with combined HPS and PPHTN and exhibited a different evolution of pulmonary vascular disease. These cases illustrate associations that must be entertained in the setting of heterotaxy syndrome, cyanosis, or pulmonary hypertension and how strategic medical combined with surgical management can provide a good outcome...
December 2011: Pediatric Transplantation
Erlinda M Gordon, Frederick L Hall
The advent of pathotropic (disease-seeking) targeting technology has ushered cancer gene therapy across the threshold of history, marking the beginning of a new epoch of medical praxis. For the first time, clinical oncologists can reach beyond the finest of catheters, beyond the reach of the most gifted surgeons, to the very fabric of metastatic disease in an effort to halt the progression and turn the tide of otherwise intractable cancers. The enabling molecular biotechnologies embodied in the leading tumor-targeted agent, Rexin-G, and its timely development as a safe and effective anti-cancer drug - from oncogene discovery and target validation, to molecular engineering of the core nanotechnologies, to the first clinical proofs-of principle, confirmatory trials, expanded access programs, and accelerated regulatory approvals - have been extensively documented in the medical literature...
June 2010: International Journal of Oncology
R Lechner, G Achatz, T Hauer, H-G Palm, A Lieber, C Willy
Epidemiological analyses of injury patterns and mechanisms help to identify the expertise military surgeons need in a combat setting and accordingly help to adjust infrastructure and training requirements. Therefore, a MEDLINE search (1949-2009), World Wide Web search (keywords "combat, casualties, war, military, wounded and neurosurgery") and an analysis of deaths among allied war casualties in Afghanistan and Iraq were performed. Up to 10th December 2009 there had been 4,688 allied military deaths in Iraq and 1,538 in Afghanistan...
February 2010: Der Unfallchirurg
Graeme J Carroll
Osteoarthritis (OA) of the hip joint is a common disorder, especially in aging peoples of Caucasian descent. Hip OA like OA in other joints is heterogeneous and may manifest in early or late adult life. The aetiology of early onset (precocious) bilateral hip OA is poorly understood, but the clinical and radiological characteristics of this form of OA suggest that chondral resorption due to biochemical or metabolic factors is likely to be of pre-eminent importance. The hip arthropathy which occurs in Hereditary Haemochromatosis (HH) and the ostensibly idiopathic precocious bilateral concentric form of hip OA are virtually indistinguishable...
April 2010: Medical Hypotheses
Yut-Lin Wong
Gender inequalities in health and gender bias in medicine are interrelated challenges facing health care providers and educators. Women and girls are disadvantaged in accessing health care because of their low social status and unequal treatment in medical care. Gender bias has long been inherent in clinical practice, medical research, and education. This can be traced to the medical curriculum that shapes the perceptions, attitudes, and behavior of the future doctor. The author advocates medical curricula change to address gender inequalities in health and gender bias in medicine...
October 2009: Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health
D J Reynolds, R H Davies, M Richards, C Wray
Strategic medication in breeding flocks of domestic fowl (Gallus gallus), using antimicrobial treatment followed by competitive exclusion, was evaluated in 13 trials between February and September 1993. In each trial, the flock had been confirmed as naturally infected with Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis and the effect of treatment was determined on salmonella isolation from tissues. Of 11 trials where enrofloxacin was used, a long-term reduction of salmonella was observed in two and a short-term reduction was measured in birds from another five trials...
1997: Avian Pathology: Journal of the W.V.P.A
D Maes, J Segales, T Meyns, M Sibila, M Pieters, F Haesebrouck
Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae, the primary pathogen of enzootic pneumonia, occurs worldwide and causes major economic losses to the pig industry. The organism adheres to and damages the ciliated epithelium of the respiratory tract. Affected pigs show chronic coughing, are more susceptible to other respiratory infections and have a reduced performance. Control of the disease can be accomplished in a number of ways. First, management practices and housing conditions in the herd should be optimized. These include all-in/all-out production, limiting factors that may destabilize herd immunity, maintaining optimal stocking densities, prevention of other respiratory diseases, and optimal housing and climatic conditions...
January 25, 2008: Veterinary Microbiology
Scotty Farris
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
May 2005: Health Facilities Management
Randy A Sansone, Lori A Sansone, George A Gaither, Jennifer L Morris
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to examine patient attitudes toward weight gain with medications under 4 conditions-medical vs psychiatric and life-threatening vs non-life-threatening. METHOD: In a suburban primary care practice, 241 patients completed surveys that explored the 4 study conditions and the amount of weight, from 0 to 20 or more pounds, willing to be gained on medication. RESULTS: Participants were willing to gain an average of 5...
November 2004: General Hospital Psychiatry
J M Smits, J W M Merks
As part of the project 'Clean pigs', an inventory was made of the different pig farm management systems described in the literature. These systems were evaluated for their potential use in improving animal health, focusing on the pathogens important in the Netherlands. The most promising systems for the control and/or eradication of pig pathogens in the Netherlands can be divided into two groups (with decreasing effect): I. Eradication from an existing positive population. The best systems for this are Embryo Transplantation (ET), Specific-Pathogen Free pigs (SPF), Piglet Snatching and Segregated Weaning (SW)...
April 1, 2002: Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde
N A Zykova, M S Ribenson
Expert evaluation of the correctness of medical care is one of the most complex problems for experts. A total of 303 expert evaluations of this kind were carried out in the Moscow regional Bureau during the recent 11 years. Expert evaluation of surgical care were the most numerous. The percentage of cases when grave defects of medical care were detected is rather high: 58-88%. The authors consider that a universal scheme of expert evaluation concerning infringement of the law by medical workers is to be developed for forensic medical service of the Russian Federation...
May 1998: Sudebno-meditsinskaia Ekspertiza
S C Kyriakis, V K Tsiloyiannis, J Vlemmas, S Lekkas, E Petridou, K Sarris
Oedema disease (OD) usually occurs after weaning and is due to infection with (ETEEC) enterotoxaemic Escherichia (E.) coli. This study further examines the efficacy of three different in-feed usage programmes of enrofloxacin (ENR/Baytril I.E.R. 2.5%), on the control of post weaning OD in piglets. The recommended in-feed dosage of ENR for this clinical indication, i.e. 50 p.p.m., was used. Five groups with a total of 240 weaned piglets for 28 days period were used in this trial. One group (negative control) was offered feed free of antimicrobials, one group was offered feed as that of the negative control group except that the feed consumption was restricted for the first 12 days post weaning, and three groups were offered feed ad libitum medicated with 50 p...
November 1997: Zentralblatt Für Veterinärmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Series B
S C Kyriakis, V K Tsiloyiannis, S Lekkas, E Petridou, J Vlemmas, K Sarris
Post weaning diarrhoea syndrome (PWDS) in piglets is caused mainly by enterotoxigenic Escherichia (E.) coli (ETEC) strains. Six different in-feed usage programmes of enrofloxacin (ENR/Baytril; I.E.R. 2.5%) were tested for their efficacy on the control of post weaning colibacillosis in piglets, using seven groups with totally 336 weaned piglets for a 28 day period. One group (negative control) was offered feed free of antimicrobials, three groups were offered feed medicated with 50 ppm of ENR starting on weaning day for 5, 7 and 10 days respectively, three groups were offered feed medicated with 50 ppm of ENR starting 7 days post weaning for 5, 7 and 10 days respectively, and were compared with regard to the appearance of clinical signs, mortality, weight gain and feed conversion...
November 1997: Zentralblatt Für Veterinärmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of Veterinary Medicine. Series B
S F Amass, C C Wu, L K Clark
Seventy clinically normal 13-day-old crossbred pigs from 10 litters from a Streptococcus suis-infected herd were randomly assigned by litter and weight to 7 groups of 10 pigs each to determine whether different antibiotic regimens would eliminate the tonsillar carrier state of S. suis. Six antimicrobial regimens were tested: penicillin intramuscularly (IM) once daily (s.i.d.) for 3 consecutive days; penicillin IM s.i.d. for 5 consecutive days; ampicillin IM s.i.d. for 5 consecutive days; ampicillin per os s...
January 1996: Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation
M G Hewson, P J Kindy, J Van Kirk, V A Gennis, R P Day
OBJECTIVES: To identify strategies involved in the diagnosis and treatment plans of primary care problems that are uncertain and complex. METHODS: In this exploratory study we observed primary care physicians encountering standardized patients who portrayed typical primary care problems involving uncertainty and complexity. First, we analyzed 10 tapes of nine physicians with a range of clinical experience (first-year residents through faculty physicians) interacting with four standardized patient cases (headache, back pain, hypertension, and abdominal pain)...
August 1996: Journal of General Internal Medicine
R P Day, M G Hewson, P Kindy, J Van Kirk
OBJECTIVE: To observe and evaluate the performance of primary care internal medicine residents within the outpatient clinic milieu. DESIGN: Longitudinal descriptive study. PATIENTS/PARTICIPANTS: 48 internal medicine resident encounters with two standardized patients at the University of Wisconsin General Internal Medicine Clinics. INTERVENTION: Residents were rated by the standardized patients with a medical skills checklist and an interpersonal skills checklist, and by the staffing physician with a clinical reasoning skills checklist...
April 1993: Journal of General Internal Medicine
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