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Next-Generation Sequencing of 5' Untranslated Region of Hepatitis C Virus in Search of Minor Viral Variant in a Patient Who Revealed New Genotype While on Antiviral Treatment.

The role of mixed infections with different hepatitis C virus (HCV) genotypes in viral persistence, treatment effects, and tissue tropism is unclear. Next-generation sequencing (NGS), which is suitable for analysis of large, genetically diverse populations offers unparalleled advantages for the study of mixed infections. The aim of the study was to determine, using two different deep sequencing strategies (pyrosequencing - 454 Life Sciences/Roche and reversible terminator sequencing-by-synthesis by Illumina...

Beyond the Ebola Battle - Winning the War against Future Epidemics.

The battle to contain and ultimately defeat the Ebola epidemic of 2014-2015 has been vividly described.(1)-(3) Caught off guard from the start and hindered by myriad coordination, communication, and other problems, a combination of local and international teams fought back with determination, courage, and eventually the deployment of substantial resources to stem the contagion and save lives. Yet more than 11,000 people died, and local economies were brought to a halt. The battle was won, but at immense cos...

Update in pulmonary arterial hypertension.

Pulmonary arterial hypertension is a rare and progressive disease that mainly affects the pulmonary arterioles (precapillary), regardless of the triggering aetiology. The prevalence of pulmonary hypertension and pulmonary arterial hypertension in Spain is estimated at 19.2 and 16 cases per million inhabitants, respectively. The diagnosis of pulmonary arterial hypertension is based on haemodynamic criteria (mean pulmonary artery pressure ≥25mmHg, pulmonary capillary wedge pressure ≤15mmHg and pulmonary v...

Update on the Prevalence, Etiology, Diagnosis, and Monitoring of Normal-Tension Glaucoma.

Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness worldwide. Normal-tension glaucoma (NTG) is a type of open-angle glaucoma with intraocular pressure measurements always 21 mm Hg or less. A controversy surrounding NTG is the question of whether it should be regarded as a disease within the spectrum of primary open-angle glaucoma or as a distinctive disease entity. Nonetheless, NTG does have distinctive features compared with primary open-angle glaucoma: intraocular pressure-independent risk factors for development o...

Divided Infringement in the Limelight of the Patent Battle Field.

Diagnostic patents usually comprise multiple steps and can be jointly implemented by different parties. However, in the USA, joint implementation may render diagnostic patents unenforceable in light of recent court opinions. Here, I explain how inappropriate claim drafting may render a diagnostic patent vulnerable to joint implementation.

Update in Hypertension Therapy.

Hypertension is the leading cause of early mortality in the world, and reduction of blood pressure can help to reduce that burden. There is an enormous and ever-expanding body of literature on hypertension, with a 2016 Medline search for hypertension retrieving more than 113,000 publications. Recent guidelines from major societies have been published, and often present conflicting recommendations based on the same data. Using a question-and-answer format, this article reviews some of the recent developments...


Validation of a medical device measuring a biomarker is a complex process, involving technical aspects (What is actually measured by the device, and how is this done ? Is the measurement reproducible ? Is there a gold standard for measurement of the particular biomarker ? If yes, how accurate and how precise are the measurements by the device, compared to the gold standard ?) and clinical aspects (Do the measurements predict outcome ? If yes, is there added value, when standard clinical parameters are consi...

Performance comparison of Next Generation sequencing platforms.

Next Generation DNA Sequencing technologies offer ultra high sequencing throughput for very low prices. The increase in throughput and diminished costs open up new research areas. Moreover, number of clinicians utilizing DNA sequencing keeps growing. One of the main concern for researchers and clinicians who are adopting these platforms is their sequencing accuracy. We compared three of the most commonly used Next Generation Sequencing platforms; Ion Torrent from Life Technologies, GS FLX+ from Roche and Hi...

Analysis of HbA1c on an automated multicapillary zone electrophoresis system.

Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) is a frequently requested laboratory test and there is thus a need for high throughput instruments for this assay. We evaluated a new automated multicapillary zone electrophoresis instrument (Capillarys 3 Tera, Sebia, Lisses, France) for analysis of HbA1c in venous samples. Routine requested HbA1c samples were analyzed immunologically on a Roche c6000 instrument (n = 142) and then with the Capillarys 3 Tera instrument. The Capillarys 3 Tera instrument performed approximately 70 Hb...

Roche's immuno squeeze.

Estimating Mean Ocular Perfusion Pressure Using Mean Arterial Pressure and Intraocular Pressure.

Primary and secondary arterial hypertension - update 2016.

In patients with hypertension without diabetes and with an increased risk of cardiovascular complications a blood pressure of below 130 mmHg should be targeted. Hypertensive patients with an age above 80 years should be treated in the same way as younger hypertensive patients if they are otherwise healthy and functionally independent. On the other hand frail elderly patients could have an increased morbidity and mortality with intensive blood pressure control. In patients with resistant hypertension spirono...

Association of central venous pressure with intra-abdominal pressure, mean airway pressure and hemodynamics: an observational study.

Reduction of Medication Errors: A Unique Approach.

Medication errors are a source of serious patient harm. A unique approach, Socio-Technical Probabilistic Risk Assessment, was used to analyze historical errors in this setting. The goal was to identify a minimal number of steps that would establish increased reliability and decrease errors if these steps were used every time. Three steps were identified that should be taken with every intravenous medication or fluid administration. Preliminary analysis revealed a 22% reduction in errors when using these 3 s...

An update on ocular allergy.

The update reviews prevalence, classification, cause, and treatment options for allergic eye disease.

Equilibria of oligomeric proteins under high pressure - a theoretical description.

High pressure methods have become a useful tool for studying protein structure and stability. Using them, various physico-chemical processes including protein unfolding, aggregation, oligomer dissociation or enzyme-activity decrease were studied on many different proteins. Oligomeric protein dissociation is a process that can perfectly utilize the potential of high-pressure techniques, as the high pressure shifts the equilibria to higher concentrations making them better observable by spectroscopic methods....

Illumina Spin-off to Develop Early-Detection Test.

DNA-sequencing giant Illumina has formed a new company, called Grail, to develop liquid biopsies capable of spotting cancer before symptoms arise. The start-up is working on a low-cost "pan-cancer" test that can detect multiple cancer types early, which it hopes to introduce by 2019.

Understanding Blood Pressure Variation and Variability: Biological Importance and Clinical Significance.

Variability is a normative property of blood pressure necessary for survival which likely contributes to morbidity and mortality through allostatic load. Because of its allostatic and adaptive properties blood pressure responses to peculiar situations like the visit to the clinic can lead to the misdiagnosis of hypertension. Cuff methods of blood pressure measurement can also create blood pressure variation when there really is none. There are also physiological differences between populations related to th...

Care of Women During Menopause.

We would like to introduce a new section in the Journal of Women's Health, the Clinical Update. Important studies are continually published in both this Journal and other medical publications. However, it is difficult for busy providers to stay current with the changing literature. The Clinical Update is designed to serve as a review of recently published, high-impact, and potentially practice-changing journal articles, digested for our readers. The Clinical Update will be published on a quarterly basis. Ea...

Intraocular Pressure Reduction Is Associated with Reduced Venous Pulsation Pressure.

To explore whether alterations in intraocular pressure (IOP) affect vein pulsation properties using ophthalmodynamometric measures of vein pulsation pressure.

Searching for baseline blood pressure: A comparison of blood pressure at three different care points.

A common approach to blood pressure management in the operating room is to keep the intraoperative, pressures within 20% of baseline blood pressure. One question that arises from this recommendation is; what is a patient's true baseline blood pressure? In order to get a more precise definition of baseline blood pressure, a comparison of the first operating room blood pressure was made with the blood pressure taken in a preoperative holding area before surgery, and the blood pressure taken in pre-surgical te...

SNMMI Leadership Update: Focus on Quality: Update on the Development of Evidence-Based Appropriate Use Criteria.

Blood Pressure Measurement Biases in Clinical Settings, Alabama, 2010-2011.

Blood pressure measurement in clinical care settings seldom follows the protocol recommended by national guidelines, potentially leading to overestimates or underestimates of blood pressure control. We evaluated blood pressure measurement methods as a source of bias in determining blood pressure control among community-dwelling adults with diabetes.

The Battle Over Bathrooms: A Solution Without a Problem.

Understanding eCBT-I - Knowing is half the battle.

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