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László Maródi
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February 2018: Orvosi Hetilap
S Oummou, A Abardazzou, M El Hattaoui
OBJECTIFS: HTA est un problème de santé publique et une comorbidité fréquente chez les patients souffrants d'insuffisance cardiaque. En outre, elle demeure une cause d'altération de la fonction diastolique, d'augmentation de la post charge du ventricule gauche et de progression des lésions d'athérosclérose Certes, le contrôle des chiffres tensionnels est un objectif primordial dans la prise en charge des patients en insuffisance cardiaque chronique. L'objectif de notre étude est d'évaluer l'attitude thérapeutique du contrôle de la tension artérielle des patients hypertendus au sein de notre unité d'insuffisance cardiaque...
December 2015: Annales de Cardiologie et D'angéiologie
R Rayane
OBJECTIFS: Observer et analyser la pratique médicale dans la recherche du risque rénal chez le diabétique. MéTHODES: 100 médecins généralistes et spécialistes exerçant en libéral et en public dans la ville d'Annaba, ont été destinataires d'un questionnaire anonyme qui porte sur les critères suivants : Dépistage du diabète ; Rythme de surveillance ; Conditions de recours aux examens complémentaires d'évaluation des complications, et de surveillance du diabète. RéSULTATS: 75 % des médecins interrogés, demandent systématiquement une glycémie à jeun même à l'occasion d'un bilan sommaire pour un motif quelconque de consultation, et 21 % ne le demandent que si des signes cliniques suggèrent un diabète...
December 2015: Annales de Cardiologie et D'angéiologie
M Kuzeytemiz, E Tenekecioglu, M Yilmaz, M Senturk, S Demir, A Bekler, B Aslan
OBJECTIVE: Cardiac syndrome X (CSX) affects left ventricular functions due to myocardial ischaemia. In this study our aim was to determine the changes in left atrial functions in patients with CSX. PATIENTS AND METHODS: One-hundred patients (M/F; 57/43) diagnosed with CSX in whom ischaemia was detected at exercise test and myocardial perfusion scintigrapghy with normal coronary angiogram and control group of 80 subjects (M/F; 40/40) were recruited into the study...
August 2015: European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences
Svetlana Reilly, Xing Liu, Ricardo Carnicer, Timothy Rajakumar, Rana Sayeed, George Krasopoulos, Sander Verheule, Tudor Fulga, Ulrich Schotten, Barbara Casadei
BACKGROUND: The management of atrial fibrillation remains a challenge. This condition remodels atrial electrical properties, which promote resistance to treatment. Although remodelling has long been a therapeutic target in atrial fibrillation, its causes remain incompletely understood. We aimed to evaluate the role of miR-31-dependent reduction in dystrophin and neuronal nitric oxide synthase (nNOS, also known as NOS1) on atrial electrical properties and atrial fibrillation inducibility...
February 26, 2015: Lancet
Ph Chevalier
Atrial fibrillation is the most commonly encountered arrhythmia in daily practice. Its incidence increases with age. It has been established that in this pathology there is self-aggravation with adverse electrical, functional, and structural remodeling of the atrial tissue. This remodeling can increase morbidity and mortality associated with atrial fibrillation. It has become increasingly clear that early checking of cardiac rhythm can stop this harmful remodeling. Several antiarrhythmia treatments have been demonstrated to be effective in cardioversion of arrhythmia and maintenance of the sinus rhythm...
December 2009: Annales de Cardiologie et D'angéiologie
Ellen Corin
The author questions the meaning of the very notion of recovery from the perspective of people who have gone through a psychotic episode. Results of two studies are briefly presented under the angles of "social reintegration" from the perspective of discourses and practices of patients; the other on the place and significance of alternative community groups in mental health in regards to consumers' life trajectory and suffering. Narratives illustrate that recovery does not mean a return to what was "before"...
2002: Santé Mentale Au Québec
Carlos A Villanueva Díaz, Mirna Echavarria Sánchez, Armando Juárez Bengoa
BACKGROUND: Abnormal frequency and pulse amplitud of prolactin secretion in micro and macroprolactinomas has been atributed to a dysfunctional tumoral lactotrope. Previous evidence suggests that non tumoral hyperprolactinemia is caused by a hypothalamic dysfunction. The regularity of prolactin secretion has not been studied with cuantitative methods in patients with normoprolactinemic galactorrhea (NPG) which could be considered an entity that precedes non tumoral and tumoral hyperprolactinemia...
February 2007: Ginecología y Obstetricia de México
Ulises Reyes Gómez, Martha Patricia Hernández Rico, Diana Reyes Hernández, Lidia Javier Hernández, Magdalena Ortiz Martínez
Diverse studies demonstrate that the future baby reacts to the sounds and the light in uterus four months before being born, that is to say, he is able to recognize stimulus which was exposed habitually, like the beats of the mothers heart and the voice of the same one when talk him before being born, likewise the music he used to heard during pregnancy. The babies who through their mother listened to music of Mozart in uterus and return it to listen in the delivery room of when they are born feel greater tranquility and less aggressiveness...
August 2006: Ginecología y Obstetricia de México
D N Sakellion, N D Sultankhodzhaeva, N Z Mukhamedzhanov, D R Karimberdiev, B R Kadirov
EEG was registered in healthy volunteers before and after their entry into modeling (hypnotic) catalepsy. The brain activity recorded under standard electrode placement (the 10-20 international classification) was processed using a special computer program. The data obtained were digitally represented as sets of standard parameters of EEG patterns in 0,5-32 Hz diapason (alpha-, beta1-, beta2,-, theta-, delta-rythms). These parameters were compared under different functional tests particularly connected with the control of sensomotor brain activity...
2006: Zhurnal Nevrologii i Psikhiatrii Imeni S.S. Korsakova
Maciej Owecki, Aleksandra Michalak, Elzbieta Nikisch, Jerzy Sowiński
UNLABELLED: Thyroid dysfunction exerts an effect on cardiac function and on an electrocardiographic curve. Few studies analyzed the influence of thyroid hormones on heart repolarization. Heart repolarization is assessed in every-day-practice with corrected QT interval in ECG. Prolonged QTc is associated with increased risk for heart rythm disturbances and mortality. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of hyperthyroidism on heart repolarization, measured with QT corrected by Bazett's formula...
July 2005: Polski Merkuriusz Lekarski: Organ Polskiego Towarzystwa Lekarskiego
Francesca Plaja, Mt Alesi
Pain is a mechanism of defense in response to damaged tissue in order to determine a response to remove the cause of damage. Attention to pain control is considered a quality index in the pediatric care newborn infants react to pain with changes in cardiac and respiratory rate, blood pressure, blood gas, grimace, palm sweating, crying, sleep/awake rythm. Measuring pain in child is based on: history of the child, changes in behaviour adn vital parameters. Being able to explain pain depends on cognitive and language ability of the child...
July 2004: Professioni Infermieristiche
Andrzej Wysokiński, Tomasz Zapolski
Atrial fibrillation (FA) is the most common arrhythmia, and frequency of its occurrence increases with age. The aim of this study was to assess the influence of sinus rhythm (SR) restoration on heart rate (HR) and ventricular arrhythmia (AEV) and pauses (PA) occurrence in patients in over 70 years age. Study group consists with 104 patients with nonrheumatic FA of different etiology, which were divided to two groups: in younger and older age. In group I (younger patients) were 52 patients (25 women and 27 men), 38 to 69 (mean 51...
February 2004: Polskie Archiwum Medycyny Wewnętrznej
A T Bykov, T N Maliarenko
Significant positive changes of heart rate variability, especially heart rhythm (HR) spectral structure, were observed in patients with disturbed autonomic HR control and high anxiety level given aromatherapy according to a special program.
November 2003: Voprosy Kurortologii, Fizioterapii, i Lechebnoĭ Fizicheskoĭ Kultury
Y Sakaki
Recent progress in the human genome project allows us to study the genetic basis of complex traits such as atherosclerosis and diabetes. Among various approaches, a genetic approach such as affected sib-paired analysis and case-control study has successfully identified genes for susceptibility to Alzheimer's disease and diabetes. Several points to be considered are discussed for their successful application to athroscelorosis. In addition, functional genomic approaches based on powerful technology such as cDNA microarray and knockout mice allow us to identify genes and proteins involved in the complex biological (disease) process...
December 2001: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
G Minniti, C Moroni, M L Jaffrain-Rea, V Esposito, A Santoro, C Affricano, G Cantore, G Tamburrano, R Cassone
OBJECTIVE: Transsphenoidal surgery results in biochemical remission of acromegaly in 45-80% of patients; however, few studies have addressed the impact of transsphenoidal surgery on cardiovascular function in acromegalic patients. The aim of this prospective study was to investigate the effects of postoperative GH/IGF-I normalization on echocardiographic parameters and blood pressure (BP) in a series of patients with active acromegaly. DESIGN: An open prospective study...
September 2001: Clinical Endocrinology
V F Kichigina, T A Kudina
Responses to sensory stimuli were analyzed in hippocampal CA1 neurons of unanesthetized rabbits in chronic experiments before and after reversible functional blockade of the median raphe nucleus (MR) and medial septal area (MS-DB) by local microinjections of anesthetic lidocaine. The MR blockade, which resulted in an enhancement of theta-modulation of the background activity of the hippocampal neurons, was followed by a depression of sensory responsiveness (only 46.7% of the neurons reactive before the blockade retained their responses)...
March 2001: Zhurnal Vyssheĭ Nervnoĭ Deiatelnosti Imeni I P Pavlova
G O Yonga, C A Jowi, P Bonhoeffer
OBJECTIVE: To study the effect of percutaneous balloon mitral valvotomy (PBMV) on the deranged systolic and diastolic pulmonary venous flows in mitral stenosis. DESIGN: Open, non-randomised, case-control study. SETTING: Mater Misericordiae Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory and Kenyatta National Hospital Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory. PATIENTS: Twelve consecutive patients with severe symptomatic mitral stenosis with valve characteristics suitable for PBMV on echocardiographic evaluation...
January 1999: East African Medical Journal
N Boisacq-Schepens
Only the neurophysiological aspects of this complex problem are reviewed, excluding biomechanical data. Animal models (lamprey, cat) are chosen in view of their recent experimental and theoretical contributions to the field. Three levels of neural organization are considered: spinal level of central pattern generator (CPG): its existence and function are described with emphasis on its neurochemical constituents; moreover, sensory feedback from proprioceptive and cutaneous inputs--acting in specific phase with the locomotor rythm--is discussed; supraspinal modulations, either tonic or phasic: several brainstem loci (relaying through the median reticular formation) are key-structures in the tonic drive of the spinal locomotor network whereas vestibular nuclei and red nucleus are respectively involved in phasic modulation of extensor and flexor activities; moreover, the cerebellum receiving efference copy from the spinal network--plays a major role in the control of these subcortical systems; "superior" adaptations for skilled locomotion: a possible visuo-motor coordination by the motor cortex and cortico-spinal tract is finally proposed, based on recording and microstimulation experiments in the cat...
September 1998: Neuro-Chirurgie
Y al Qubati, F Reynouard, F Kumar, P Gaxotte, D Richard-Lenoble
Sowda skin lesions are of medical and social importance in Yemen. Ivermectin (Mectizan) chose as a control strategy plan in onchocerciasis is active during 3 months for the less on clinical and histological data. After a short increase of itching and oedematous skin aspects clinical signs decrease. Some patients notice an itching rebound after 90 days. Histologically, localized ingratiates, presence of mononuclear cells and melenin loaded histiocytes and eosinophils decreased. The rythm cure has to be studied on a longer period but 3 to 6 months repetition between oral treatment with 200 micrograms/kg dose during two years could be effective...
November 1997: Santé: Cahiers D'étude et de Recherches Francophones
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