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Franz cell (FC) experiments in topical and transdermal drug development represent the gold standard in vitro method but require a relatively high quantity of human skin, are low-throughput, and are time-consuming to perform. To address these issues, we studied a micro-well plate-based screening method for permeability and retention that could enable the direct screening of large numbers of formulations simultaneously across human skin. Using freshly excised dermatomed human skin modified to reflect poor bar...
After cataract surgery, epithelial cells lining the anterior lens capsule can transition to one of two divergent pathways, including fibrosis which leads to posterior capsular opacification (PCO), or lens fiber cell differentiation which leads to regeneration of lens material. We previously showed that the PCO response can be suppressed with aldose reductase (AR) inhibitors. In this present study we show that AR inhibition, both genetic and pharmacologic with Sorbinil, can augment the process of lens regene...
Although bariatric surgery promotes dietary changes, many questions regarding their effect on weight loss remain unanswered.
To analyze how and when the endoscope is used in vestibular schwannoma surgery and identify the benefits of using endoscopy in this type of surgery.
The principle role of α-crystallin is chaperoning activity that protect other proteins against different stresses. High glucose concentration induces the osmotic stress and results in biomacromolecules glycation, which is subsequently cause their conformational and functional changes. Here, the roles of l-lysine (Lys) on the prevention of α-crystallin glycation in both in vitro and in vivo conditions are investigated. The catalase (CAT) activity was considered as a marker of α-crystallin functionality in...
Cataract, the clinical correlate of opacity or light scattering in the eye lens, is usually caused by the presence of high-molecular-weight (HMW) protein aggregates or disruption of the lens microarchitecture. In general, genes involved in inherited cataracts reflect important processes and pathways in the lens including lens crystallins, connexins, growth factors, membrane proteins, intermediate filament proteins, and chaperones. Usually, mutations causing severe damage to proteins cause congenital catarac...
Adverse repercussions associated with the current opioid epidemic have been documented in many surgical specialties. The extent of this problem in the cardiac surgery population, however, has not been previously characterized. We evaluated the impact of opioid use disorder (OUD) on in-hospital cardiac surgery outcomes using a large national database.
The surgical indication of laparoscopic surgery for pT4 colon cancer remains to be established because only a few studies have investigated the short- and long-term outcomes of laparoscopic surgery for them to date. Therefore, we aimed to elucidate the validity of laparoscopic surgery for them.
Integrated cardiothoracic (CT) surgery training programs are an increasingly popular pathway to train CT surgeons. Identifying and engaging medical students early is important to generate interest and ensure highly qualified applicants are aware of opportunities provided by a career in CT surgery.
Our specific aim was to introduce the TachoSil binding suturing technique for renal cell carcinoma (RCC) patients when closing the parenchymal defect after tumor excision during laparoscopic partial nephrectomy (LPN), which is a novel technique for reducing the risk of developing subsequent pseudoaneurysm (PA).
To evaluate the long-term endothelial cell density (ECD) change and its correlation with preoperative anterior chamber depth (ACD) and aqueous depth (AQD) in patients with iris-fixated phakic intraocular lenses (pIOLs).
The first licensed dengue vaccine, CYD-TDV (Dengvaxia) is efficacious in seropositive individuals, but increases the risk for severe dengue in seronegative persons about two years after administration of the first dose. For countries considering the introduction of Dengvaxia, WHO recommends a pre-vaccination screening strategy whereby only persons with evidence of a past dengue infection would be vaccinated. Policy-makers need to consider the risk-benefit of vaccination strategies based on such screening te...
The concept of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) entails recovery facilitation of patients who undergo surgery through the implementation of a multidisciplinary and multimodal perioperative care approach. By its application, ERAS improves the overall functional outcome after surgery while maintaining high standards of care. A review of the essential aspects of ERAS in spine surgery was undertaken. Special consideration was given to the risks and benefits for patients and caregivers, as well as the medi...
Subcutaneous delivery of highly concentrated protein formulations is paramount for reducing healthcare cost and improving patient compliance, where reducing the solution viscosity of formulations is critical for drug delivery. The objective of this paper is to provide some mechanistic understanding about the contribution of electrostatic repulsion to the viscosity of protein solutions at high concentrations, along with the effect of excipients such as salts on relative viscosity. Proteins are treated as cha...
In China, although burn treatment develops rapidly, and ranks in the forefront of the world, there is a relative shortage of burn specialists, which limits the development of burn education. In traditional curriculum of surgery education, burn surgery education accounts for few proportions, which results in the indifference to the burn surgery among medical students. To date, few research reported the application of Clinical pathway- Problem based Learning (CP-PBL) in burn surgery education. The objective o...
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Until now, there is little knowledge about the value of laparoscopic liver resection (LLR) for patients with multiple hepatocellular carcinomas (HCC). This study was performed to assess the efficacy and outcomes of LLR versus open liver resection (OLR) for patients with multiple HCC meeting the Milan criteria. One hundred fifteen patients with multiple HCC meeting the Milan criteria who underwent liver resection from April 2015 to March 2018 were enrolled into this study. According to the different surgica...
Reconstitution of lyophilized disaccharide formulations results in the formation of nano-sized air bubbles that persist in suspension for weeks. If proteins are present, interactions with nanobubbles may cause loss of monomeric protein and formation of sub-visible particles. The goals of this work are to determine the mechanism(s) by which nanobubbles form in reconstituted lyophilized formulations, and to develop strategies for reducing nanobubble generation. We hypothesize that nanobubbles are created from...
Letter to the Editor Concerning: Sharma, P.; McCarty, T. R.; Yadav, S.; Ngu, J. N.; and Njei, B. (2019). Impact of Bariatric Surgery on Outcomes of Patients with Sickle Cell Disease: a Nationwide Inpatient Sample Analysis, 2004-2014. Obesity Surgery, 1-8.
General surgery residencies continue to experience high levels of attrition.