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Snezana Lukic, Slobodan Jankovic, Katarina Surlan Popovic, Dragic Bankovic, Peter Popovic, Milan Mijailovic
BACKGROUND: Endovascular embolization is a treatment of choice for the management of unruptured intracranial aneurysms, but sometimes is complicated with perianeurysmal oedema. The aim of our study was to establish incidence and outcomes of perianeurysmal oedema after endovascular coiling of unruptured intracranial aneurysms, and to reveal possible risk factors for development of this potentially serious complication. METHODS: In total 119 adult patients with endovascular embolization of unruptured intracranial aneurysm (performed at Department for Interventional Neuroradiology, Clinical Center, Kragujevac, Serbia) were included in our study...
December 2015: Radiology and Oncology
A Korzeniecka-Kozerska, T Porowski, A Wasilewska, M Stefanowicz
BACKGROUND: Among many factors predisposing to monosymptomatic enuresis (MNE) disturbances in urinary electrolites excretion play an important role. Because of many controversies in this field there is a need to debate the role of hypercalciuria in MNE. The aim of our study was to determine the urinary calcium in children with MNE. METHODS: The investigation was conducted on 204 children (83 MNE children and 121 reference group). Urinary calcium excretion (in 24-h collection and per kg of body mass), Ca/creatinine ratio, Ca(2+) in urine sample and in 24-h collection of urine were estimated...
December 2015: Irish Journal of Medical Science
Luciana Gianani, Sergio Cocucci, Daniela Pardi, Giacomino Randazzo
Ophiobolin B (OPH B), a sesterpene metabolite of Helminthosporium oryzae, inhibits proton extrusion from maize coleoptiles. Moreover OPH B counteracts the biological activity of fusicoccin (FC), another terpenoid toxin produced by Fusicoccum amygdali having a similar basic chemical structure: OPH B inhibits FC-promoted proton extrusion, potassium uptake and cell enlargement.The findings suggest that the effect of OPH B in stimulating electrolites, glucose and aminoacid leakage, reported in a previous paper, can be explained by the capacity of the toxin to inhibit proton extrusion...
January 1979: Planta
Slavica Naumovski-Mihalić
BACKGROUND: Acute pancreatitis is an autodigestive disease in which the pancreatic tissue is damaged by the digestive enzimes produces by the acinar cells and is associated with severe upper abdominal pain. The severity of acute pancreatitis ranges from edema to necrosis of the gland. The edematous form of the disease occurs in about 80-85% of patients and is self-limited, with recovery in few days. In the 15-20% of patients with the most severe form of pancreatitis, hospitalization is prolonged and commonly associated with infection and other complications including multiple organ failure...
2009: Lijec̆nic̆ki Vjesnik
Erica Naomi Oiye, Natalia Biziak de Figueiredo, José Fernando de Andrade, Heloisa Maria Tristão, Marcelo Firmino de Oliveira
In this work, a fast, non destructive voltammetric method for cocaine detection in acetonitrile medium using a platinum disk electrode chemically modified with cobalt-hexacyanoferrate (CoHCFe) film is described. The deposition of CoHCFe film at platinum disk (working electrode) was carried out in aqueous solution containing NaClO(4) at 0.1 mol L(-1) as supporting electrolite. Stability studies of the film and subsequent voltammetric analysis of cocaine were made in acetonitrile medium with NaClO(4) at 0.1 mol L(-1) as supporting electrolite...
November 20, 2009: Forensic Science International
Katarzyna Szlendak-Sauer, Stanisław Radowicki, Katarzyna Skórzewska
UNLABELLED: Drospirenone--a new 17 alpha-spironolactone derivate is a progestin with aldosterone receptor antagonism activity (PARA) thanks to which it decreases sodium and fluid retention. THE AIM: The aim of our study was to estimate the electrolytes level and renal function parameters in blood during the therapy of low dose oral contraceptive containing drospirenone. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The group consisted of 22 young women in mean age 25,9 +/- 4,3 years, without contraindications to hormonal contraception used specimen containing 20 microg ethinyloestradiol and 3...
January 2009: Ginekologia Polska
I M Djordjević, R Milićević, N Djordjević, A D Karanikolić, N Ignjatović
UNLABELLED: Invagination is specific form of bowel opstruction that is seen in 1-4 children per 1000 births, usually in the period from 3 to 12 months of age. In 90-95 % reason for invagination in unknown so we called this forms idiopathic. In 5-10% invagination is caused by specific leading point. THE AIM of this retrospective study was to determinate prognostic valye of used biochemical tests (hemograms, glucosa, electrolites ( levels of Na+, K+, Ca+ and Cl-) and to prove bad influence of existing "leading point" in therapy of invagination (weather it will be surgical or hydrostatic desinvagination)...
2007: Acta Chirurgica Iugoslavica
Sonja S Radaković, Jelena Marić, Velimir Rubezić, Maja Surbatović, Slavica Raden
BACKGROUND/AIM: Exertional heat stress is a common problem in military services. The aim of this study was to exemine changes in body water and serum concentrations of some electrolites in soldiers during exertional heat stress (EHST), as well as effects of 10-day passive or active acclimation in a climatic chamber. METHODS: Forty male soldiers with high aerobic capacity, performed EHST either in cool (20 degrees C, 16 degrees C WBGT-wet bulb globe temperature), or hot (40 degrees C, 25 degrees C WBGT) environment, unacclimatized, or after 10 days of passive or active acclimation...
March 2007: Vojnosanitetski Pregled. Military-medical and Pharmaceutical Review
M Jovanović, J Perović, A Grubor
The main aim of this study was to analyse risk factors of postoperative morbidity after extended laryngeal surgery comparing patients with diabetes mellitus and non-diabetic patients. In retrospective study 69 patients (63 male and 6 female), who underwent partial laryngo-pharyngectomy and total laryngectomy between 2003 and 2004, were evaluated. 13 % of the total group of examined patients had concurrent diabetes, while 87% were nondiabetic patients. We performed partial laryngopharyngectomy in 39 out of 69 patients (56...
2006: Acta Chirurgica Iugoslavica
R Ramírez-Camacho, J R García-Berrocal, A Trinidad, J A González-García, J M Verdaguer, A Ibáñez, A Rodríguez, R Sanz
HYPOTHESIS: Supporting cells have a crucial role in degenerative and regenerative events of primary sensorial hair cells of the organ of Corti. This new role should determine future studies about pathophysiology of hearing loss and its regenerative treatment. SUPPORTING EVIDENCE: Recent findings suggest an active role of supporting cells in the maintenance of hair cell function and structure. Evidences of high energy consumption and close proximity to auditory nervous fibers suggesting K+ active exchange, preferential expression of specific proteins and antigens, presence of glucocorticoids receptors, affinity for cisplatin and regenerative potential give the supporting cells an important role in homeostasis of the organ of Corti and in some specific diseases affecting this structure...
2006: Medical Hypotheses
Katica D Jovanova-Nesic, Branislav D Jankovic
The ultimate goal of this report is to learn how to manipulate the level of memory T cells for more effective treatment of such neurological diseases as multiple sclerosis (MS), where certain T cell subsets recognize self-antigens as opposed to pathogen antigens, and Alzheimer's disease (AD). Brain lesions (electrolitically, by kainic acid, with AlCl, and with 6-OHDA); stimulations (electrical, magnetic, or pharmacological); or restoration of some neurological functions (thermoregulatory and behavioral) by fetal graft allotransplantations in bilaterally lesioned anterior hypothalamic area (AHA-immune regulation) and nucleus basalis magnocellularis (NBM-experimental AD) in our studies were designed to reproduce immune and cognitive deficits induced by lesions of these brain structures...
December 2005: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
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November 1952: Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo
Marco Gelosa, Enrico Pisani
The use of bowel in urinary diversion has increased markedly over the last 15 years and this trend is expected to continue. Complications that have been noted in patients with urinary intestinal diversion occurring as a consequence of metabolic abnormalities include disordered electrolyte metabolism, osteomalacia, growth retardation, calculus formation, infection, abnormal drug metabolism. The factors that influence the intensity of absorption of urinary electrolites by intestinal mucosa include length of time of retention of the urine, concentration of solute in the urine, type of urinary diversion, quality of emptying, capacity of the reservoir, surface area of the bowel used, renal function, infection and chronic dilatation...
March 2003: Archivio Italiano di Urologia, Andrologia
M Planas, M Castellá, M León, A M Pita, P García Peris, P Gómez Enterría, C Gómez Candela, M Forga, E Martí Bonmatí, A Pérez de la Cruz, J Salas, J Ordóñez, A Rodríguez Pozo, E Camarero, J A Carrera
AIM: We analyze the registered data of home parenteral nutrition (HPN) in our country during the year 2000. METHOD: The data were collected through a previously designed questionnaire. Apart from epidemiological information, the form includes the disease to prescribe this treatment, the specific nutritional treatment used and its duration, access path, complications and readmission rate in hospital, follow-up of the treatment, and progress. All data were processed and analysed by the co-ordinating team...
January 2003: Nutrición Hospitalaria: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Nutrición Parenteral y Enteral
M Dambrosio, C Pignataro, L Tullo
Prehospital care is a fundamental element for the patient's outcome, in the field of medical and surgical emergencies. There are different strategies about it, defined "scoop and run" and "stay and play". The choice among the different strategies, in our opinion, must be well-suited to the underlying pathophysiology of the illness. The best approach to the care of Acute Respiratory Failure is chosen on the ground of the possible and rapid reversibility of the pathology. Nowadays, classical semeiology is integrated by portable devices that allow the real time monitoring of pulse oximetry, electrocardiography, arterial pressure and heart rate, capnometry, blood gas analysis, serum electrolites, etc...
December 2000: Minerva Anestesiologica
S Nagao
Arginine vasopressin (AVP) has been known to exert antidiuretic action at the kidney and some neuroactive effects. In order to examine the neural effect of AVP, it is essential to clarify the mechanism of BBB transport from intraluminal side to brain. Recent basic experimental data show the most possible mechanism for the transport of peripheral AVP across the BBB is binding of V1 receptor of AVP at the capillary luminal membrane and consequently transports AVP to neuronal cell and changes in permeability of amino acid, ion and water at the BBB...
September 1998: Nō to Shinkei, Brain and Nerve
O F Cormaci, G Carrà, V Sangrigoli, N Lazzara, C Zari, G Mattisi, S Cavallaro
BACKGROUND: Venous thromboembolic disease is a recurring reason for death, it is often well-known but sometimes misunderstood. The right treatment for this pathology should not follow one approach only, but several strategies with respect to the seriousness and extension of the several clinical pictures. In particular the pharmacological therapy tries to find the balance between risks and benefits. It is well-known that a weak treatment may cause an increase in the risk of the pathology extension or of recurrence; on the other hand, a therapy exceeding the well known ranges exposes to important hemorrhagic risk...
March 1998: Minerva Cardioangiologica
C Halmy, A Szücs, T Gyökeres, K Dékány, T I Mezeine, E Kertész
Recovery after thermal injury depends in great proportion on nutrition. A major problem is accounted in patients with facial burn, because they can not be nourished per vias naturales. Eliminating disadvantages of parenteral nutrition, but utilizing the advantages of enteral nutrition, we have tried a new method of treatment in a patient whose case is presented. On the second day after injury a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy was made. On the 7th day after injury and on the 4th day from the beginning of enteral nutrition complete intake of food and liquid was assured through the percutaneous endoscopic gastrostoma...
May 17, 1998: Orvosi Hetilap
M Popović, M Caballero-Bleda, N Popović, D Bokonjić, S Dobrić
It is well known that disturbance of calcium homeostasis has a significant role in the development of neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease (AD). Our recent data suggest that acute treatment with the calcium antagonist verapamil can improve some behavioral deficits in an experimental model of AD. Therefore, the present study was done to establish the effect of chronically administered verapamil on cognitive and noncognitive behavior of rats with bilateral electrolitical lesions of nucleus basalis manocellularis (NBM)--an animal model of AD...
November 1997: International Journal of Neuroscience
J Hasbún, V Charlín, R Von Mulhenbrock, H Muñoz, C Yuri
Eight patients with severe HG, were treated through parenteral nutrition. This treatment was formulated as aminoacid, sucrose solution and fat solution (3 of 8 cases), blended with vitamins electrolites and oligoelements. The procedure lasted 5 at 16 days conforming a total of 77 days. Seven newborns were term delivery, and one case was missed abortion. Like this, there were no complications detected and clinical wellbeing was reached, successfully.
1994: Revista Chilena de Obstetricia y Ginecología
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