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Sex Differences in Externalizing and Internalizing Symptoms of Children with ASD.

This study examined sex differences in externalizing and internalizing symptoms of children with ASD without intellectual disability (ID). The sample (n = 80) included 40 girls and 40 boys, ages 6-12 years, with ASD (without ID) matched on age and IQ. Externalizing and internalizing symptoms were significantly elevated for this sample (girls and boys) relative to normative estimates for all the scales (hyperactivity, aggression, anxiety, and depression) except conduct problems. No significant differenc...


Early changes in diaphragmatic function evaluated using ultrasound in cardiac surgery patients: a cohort study.

Little is known about the evolution of diaphragmatic function in the early post-cardiac surgery period. The main purpose of this work is to describe its evolution using ultrasound measurements of muscular excursion and thickening fraction (TF). Single-center prospective study of 79 consecutive uncomplicated elective cardiac surgery patients, using motion-mode during quiet unassisted breathing. Excursion and TF were measured sequentially for each patient [pre-operative (D1), 1 day (D2) and 5 days (D3) aft...

The value of a superior vena cava collapsibility index measured with a miniaturized transoesophageal monoplane continuous echocardiography probe to predict fluid responsiveness compared to stroke volume variations in open major vascular surgery: a prospective cohort study.

Superior vena cava collapsibility index (SVC-CI) and stroke volume variation (SVV) have been shown to predict fluid responsiveness. SVC-CI has been validated only with conventional transoesophageal echocardiography (TEE) in the SVC long axis, on the basis of SVC diameter variations, but not in the SVC short axis or by SVC area variations. SVV was not previously tested in vascular surgery patients. Forty consecutive adult patients undergoing open major vascular surgical procedures received 266 intraoperative...


Validity and reliability of pocket-sized ultrasound devices in measurement of optic nerve sheath diameter in ICU patients.

The measurement of the optic nerve sheath diameter (ONSD) by ultrasonography (USG) is particularly important for intracranial pressure (ICP) monitoring when invasive measurements are not possible or are contraindicated. Standard USG (SUDs) devices can be bulky and may break down the workflow. The validity and reliability of pocket-sized USG devices (PSUDs) compared to SUDs for ONSD measurement has not been investigated, yet. We compared the reliability and validity of PSUDs with SUDs for ONSD measurement. 3...

Event-triggered averaging of electrical impedance tomography (EIT) respiratory waveforms as compared to low-pass filtering for removal of cardiac related impedance changes.

Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) is used for bedside ventilation monitoring; cardiac related impedance changes represent a source of noise superimposed on the ventilation signal, commonly removed by low-pass filtering (LPF). We investigated if an alternative approach, based on an event-triggered averaging (ETA) process, is more effective at preserving the actual ventilation waveform. Ten paralyzed patients undergoing volume-controlled ventilation were studied; 30 breaths for each patient were identifie...

Quantitative screening and prioritization based on UPLC-IM-Q-TOF-MS as an alternative water sample monitoring strategy.

Suspect and non-target screening based on the use of high-resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS) has become more common in water analysis over the past years. However, this only yields lists of features or suspects without quantitative information. To expand the use of HRMS data to a quantitative screening, we have developed and validated a simple and fast method for more than 140 micropollutants using ultra high-performance liquid chromatography coupled to traveling wave ion mobility quadrupole time-of-flight...

Quantification of nitroaromatic explosives in contaminated soil using MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry.

Contamination from various sources is a global environmental and health threat, with mining and military activities in particular having spread nitroaromatic compounds, such as 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene and its degradation products and by-products, to the soil. The investigation and monitoring of large contaminated areas requires new detection methods since the established ones are expensive and time-consuming. Hence, we established a matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry ...

Oriented assembly of surface plasmon resonance biosensor through staphylococcal protein A for the chlorpyrifos detection.

In this study, we report a direct surface plasmon resonance (SPR) biosensor based on an oriented assembly of antibody for the rapid detection of chlorpyrifos residue in agricultural samples. In this covalent-orientated strategy, staphylococcal protein A (SPA) was first covalently bound to the surface for monitoring chlorpyrifos residue, with subsequent binding of the antibody in an orientated fashion via its fragment crystallizable (Fc) region. Consequently, the SPA-modified biosensor exhibited a satisfacto...

Cognitive complaints in Parkinson's disease patients: from subjective cognitive complaints to dementia and affective disorders.

Subjective cognitive complaints (SCC) are frequent in elderly populations. PD patients report SCC more often than healthy controls. The association between SCC, objective cognitive impairment and affective symptoms remains controversial. We assessed consecutive PD patients between March 2014 and March 2015. Presence of SCC was defined as a score ≥ 1 in the Non-Motor Symptom Assessment Scale for Parkinson's Disease (NMSS) Domain 5. MoCA was used for cognitive impairment assessment. Pill Questionnaire m...

Predictive imaging for thoracic aortic dissection and rupture: moving beyond diameters.

Acute aortic syndromes comprise a group of potentially fatal conditions that result from weakening of the aortic vessel wall. Pre-emptive surgical intervention is currently reserved for patients with severe aortic dilatation, although abundant evidence describes the occurrence of dissection and rupture in aortas with diameters below surgical thresholds. Modern imaging techniques (such as hybrid PET-CT and 4D flow MRI) afford the non-invasive assessment of anatomic, hemodynamic, and molecular features of the...

Imaging After Thrombolysis and Thrombectomy: Rationale, Modalities and Management Implications.

Urgent reperfusion treatment with intravenous thrombolysis or mechanical thrombectomy reduces disability after ischaemic stroke. Imaging plays an important role in identifying patients who benefit, particularly in extended time windows. However, the role of post-treatment neuroimaging is less well established. We review recent advances in neuroimaging after reperfusion treatment and provide a practical guide to the options and management implications.

Continuous EEG monitoring after brain tumor surgery.

Prolonged seizures generate cerebral hypoxia and increased intracranial pressure, resulting in an increased risk of neurological deterioration, increased long-term morbidity, and shorter survival. Seizures should be recognized early and treated promptly. The aim of the study was to investigate the occurrence of postoperative seizures in patients undergoing craniotomy for primary brain tumors and to determine if non-convulsive seizures could explain some of the postoperative neurological deterioration that m...

Histopathological Charcot score on intraoperative tissue samples from the foot : A prospective investigation.

Charcot neuropathy is a severe complication in patients with neuropathy. Without treatment, CN can lead to a destruction and collapse of the foot, with subsequent ulceration and infection. Finding an early diagnosis is essential and is based on clinical and radiological parameters (X-ray and MRI) because there is still no specific and reliable test.

Genome Characteristics and Evolution of Pseudorabies Virus Strains in Eastern China from 2017 to 2019.

Since late 2011, outbreaks of pseudorabies virus (PRV) have occurred in southern China causing major economic losses to the pig industry. We previously reported that variant PRV forms and recombination in China could be the source of continued epidemics. Here, we analyzed samples from intensive pig farms in eastern China between 2017 and 2019, and sequenced the main glycoproteins (gB, gC, gD, and gE) to study the evolution characteristics of PRV. Based on the gC gene, we found that PRV variants belong to cl...

Plasma biomarkers and plaque strain predict long-term cardiovascular events in patients with acute coronary syndrome.

To test whether circulating and intracoronary biomarkers and coronary plaque strain have additive values to Global Registry of Acute Coronary Events (GRACE) score for predicting long-term cardiovascular events in ACS patients. One hundred ACS patients were enrolled and the GRACE score and plasma levels and intracoronary gradients of a number of biomarkers were measured. Coronary plaque burden and morphology in non-critical stenotic plaques were determined by intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) technique, and th...

Innovative problem solving in great apes: the role of visual feedback in the floating peanut task.

Nonhuman great apes show remarkable behavioural flexibility. Some individuals are even able to use water as a tool: They spit water into a vertical tube to make a peanut float upwards until it comes into reach (floating peanut task; FPT). In the current study, we used the FPT to investigate how visual feedback, an end-state demonstration and a social demonstration affect task performance in nonhuman great apes in three experiments. Our results indicate that apes who had acquired the solution with a clear tu...

Evaluation for landscape aesthetic value of the Natural World Heritage Site.

The landscape aesthetic value (LAV) is one essential component of outstanding universal value (OUV) for a Natural World Heritage Site (NWHS). In the identification of LAV, there is the subjectivity of methodology suggested by IUCN in the operation manual, and the expert-led evaluation is insufficient for reflecting all observers' opinions. This study focuses on establishing a universal system combining the subjectivity and objectivity, the experts' and the public's opinions to evaluate the LAV of an NWHS. W...

Evaluation of biomedical waste management practices in public and private sector of health care facilities in India.

Proper management of biomedical waste (BMW) is required to avoid environmental and human health risks. The current study evaluated the BWM practices in public and private health care facilities of Fatehgarh Sahib District in Punjab, India. The study was conducted, using a modified World Health Organization (WHO) tool in 120 health care facilities randomly selected from rural and urban areas. At primary health care level, BMW management guidelines were followed in 67.2% of the public sector and 40.4% of the ...

Comparison of intra articular NSAID (ketorolac) injection versus hyaluronic acid injection for the mean decrease of pain score (according to UCLA shoulder rating scale) in the management of adhesive capsulitis.

Adhesive capsulitis is painful condition, associated with gradual loss of active and passive shoulder motion that has a disabling capability. In this study we compared the short term outcome by measuring the mean decrease of pain in adhesive capsulitis using University of California Los-Angeles (UCLA) shoulder rating scale after intra-articular Non-Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drug (NSAID) Ketorolac and Hyaluronic acid injection. This Randomized controlled trial was carried out using non probability consecut...

Synthesis and antimicrobial screening of some 1, 3, 4-oxadiazoles and their molecular properties prediction through 'rule of five'.

In the current study, a series of 5-(4-substituted phenyl) - 1, 3, 4-oxadiazole-2-thiols (4a-h) were prepared from 4-substituted benzoic acid hydrazides (3a-h). The chemical structures of synthesized compounds were elucidated by IR, CNMR, Mass spectral techniques and nitrogen (%) analyses. All these synthesized compounds were investigated for their antibacterial activities against bacterial strains i.e. Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus substilis, Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The strains, Aspe...

Report: Metformin potential in predisposing arthralgia, type II cross reactivity secondary to group A streptococcus infection & other comorbidities in treating PCOS.

One of the most common endocrinological disorder affecting women in adolescence is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Women suffering from PCOS diagnosed with follicles in ovaries show enlarged reproductive organs with small filled follicles. Unusual bleeding, prolonged menstruation, unwanted hair growth, accumulation of fat and acne are the most common problems experienced by adolescents with PCOS. Nowadays, PCOS is treated successfully with the oral antidiabetic drug, metformin and hormone replacement th...

A Real-Time Early Warning System for Monitoring Inpatient Mortality Risk: Prospective Study Using Electronic Medical Record Data.

The rapid deterioration observed in the condition of some hospitalized patients can be attributed to either disease progression or imperfect triage and level of care assignment after their admission. An early warning system (EWS) to identify patients at high risk of subsequent intrahospital death can be an effective tool for ensuring patient safety and quality of care and reducing avoidable harm and costs.

A 10-Long Non-Coding RNA-Based Expression Signature as a Potential Biomarker for Prognosis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia.

BACKGROUND Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is a heterogeneous form of cancer, and it is one of the dominant causes of malignancy-related mortality in patients younger than 35 years old. Therefore, the treatment must be selected based on risk stratification. However, the methods to predict the clinical outcomes of AML are insufficient. Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) are unable or barely able to code for proteins and have attracted remarkable interest because of their involvement in malignancies. Previous studie...

Late allograft fibrosis in pediatric liver transplant recipients: Assessed by histology and transient elastography.

Late allograft fibrosis in LT recipients can cause graft dysfunction and may result in re-transplantation. TE is a non-invasive tool for the assessment of liver fibrosis. We aimed to evaluate the prevalence of allograft fibrosis in pediatric LT recipients, identify factors associated with allograft fibrosis, and determine the diagnostic value of TE, compared to histology. All children who underwent LT for ≥3 years were included. TE was performed for LSM in all patients. LSM of ≥7.5 kPa was considered ...

The effect of calcium buffering and calcium sensor type on the sensitivity of an array-based bitter receptor screening assay.

The genetically encoded calcium sensor protein Cameleon YC3.6 has previously been applied for functional G protein-coupled receptor screening using receptor cell arrays. However, different types of sensors are available, with a wide range in [Ca2+] sensitivity, Hill coefficients, calcium binding domains and fluorophores, that could potentially improve the performance of the assay. Here, we compared the responses of three structurally different calcium sensor proteins (Cameleon YC3.6, Nano140 and Twitch2B) s...


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