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Lipopolysaccharide and interferon-γ team up to activate HIF-1 via STAT1 in normoxia and exhibit sex differences in human aortic valve interstitial cells.

In early stages of calcific aortic valve disease (CAVD), immune cells infiltrate into the valve leaflets and release cytokines such as interferon (IFN)-γ. IFN-γ has context-dependent direct effects, and also regulates other immune pathways. The purpose of this study was addressing the effects of IFN-γ on human aortic valve interstitial cells (AVICs), focusing on the pathogenic processes underlying CAVD. Strikingly, under normoxic conditions, IFN-γ induced hypoxia inducible factor (HIF)-1α expression, a...


Abdominal multi-organ segmentation with organ-attention networks and statistical fusion.

Accurate and robust segmentation of abdominal organs on CT is essential for many clinical applications such as computer-aided diagnosis and computer-aided surgery. But this task is challenging due to the weak boundaries of organs, the complexity of the background, and the variable sizes of different organs. To address these challenges, we introduce a novel framework for multi-organ segmentation of abdominal regions by using organ-attention networks with reverse connections (OAN-RCs) which are applied to 2D ...

Residential neighborhood greenery and children's cognitive development.

Children who grow up in neighborhoods with more green vegetation show enhanced cognitive development in specific domains over short timespans. However, it is unknown if neighborhood greenery per se is uniquely predictive of children's overall cognitive development measured across many years. The E-Risk Longitudinal Study, a nationally representative 1994-5 birth-cohort of children in Britain (n = 1658 urban and suburban-dwelling participants), was used to test whether residential neighborhood greenery u...


Impact of team training on visit cycle time in ambulatory reproductive health care centers.

Children's perception of visual and auditory ambiguity and its link to executive functions and creativity.

The phenomenon of perceptual bistability provides insights into aspects of perceptual processing not normally accessible to everyday experience. However, most experiments have been conducted in adults, and it is not clear to what extent key aspects of perceptual switching change through development. The current research examined the ability of 6-, 8-, and 10-year-old children (N = 66) to switch between competing percepts of ambiguous visual and auditory stimuli and links between switching rate, executiv...

Effects from aging on semen quality of fresh and cryopreserved semen in Labrador Retrievers.

Characteristics of frozen sperm associated with fertility and aging have not been fully determined in dogs. The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between fresh and post-thaw sperm quality, age, among the factors of motility, viability, morphology and oxidative stress in a group of fertile stud dogs with extensive breeding records and in dogs with reported subfertility problems. Sperm parameters from 39 fertile dogs were measured in fresh semen and frozen thawed semen. Additionally, frozen ...

White matter microstructure disruptions mediate the adverse relationships between hypertension and multiple cognitive functions in cognitively intact older adults.

Although hypertension is a prominent vascular risk factor for late-life cognitive decline, the underlying pathophysiological mechanism remains unclear. Accordingly, the aim of this study was to examine the role of white matter microstructural integrity in hypertension-related cognitive detriments. We recruited 66 cognitively normal older adults, comprising 41 hypertensive patients and 25 normotensive controls. All participants underwent a comprehensive neuropsychological battery. White matter microstructura...

Does Decision-making in End-of-life Care Differ Between Graduating Medical Students and Experienced Physicians?

Appropriate decision-making in end-of-life (EOL) care is essential for both junior and senior physicians. The aim of this study was to compare the decision-making and attitudes of medical students with those of experienced general practitioners (GP) regarding EOL-care.

A lonely business: reflections on the wellbeing and morale of dental teams.

With the evolution of humanising patient-dentist interaction within healthcare has come an equal need to humanise staff interaction in order to optimise patient care. There is growing evidence to support the need to invest in enhancing team morale, given that its impact, when low, results in reduced quality of patient care. This paper endeavours to reflect on dental teams' wellbeing and morale and propose a strategy for change to enhance these aspects of team interactions. The theme throughout is to focus o...

Management of oxygen therapy in the dental practice.

Dental practices should have immediate access to oxygen, oxygen tubing and non-rebreathe oxygen masks in the event of an emergency situation. Although oxygen can save lives, if it isn't administered and managed appropriately, there is a potential for serious harm and even death. Dental professionals must, therefore, ensure that they and their team understand the principles of oxygen therapy. The aim of this article is to provide an overview of the management of oxygen therapy in the dental practice.

An evaluation of referrals requesting third molar tooth removal: clinical diagnosis and treatment outcome.

Introduction To determine the reasons why patients are referred requesting removal of third molar teeth.Method Prospective evaluation of referrals requesting removal of third molar teeth only. Following review of symptoms, clinical, and if appropriate, radiographic findings, a diagnosis according to pre-defined criteria was made, and verified by a senior member of staff.Results 662 individual referrals were received requesting removal of 1,117 individual third molar teeth, of which 73% were for mandibular t...

The impact of dental phobia on care planning: a vignette study.

Introduction A high percentage of people with dental phobia have poor oral health. This may be the result of delayed treatment or differences in care planning by the oral health care team.Aim This study sought to determine the effect, if any, of dental phobia and complexity of dental care on the proposed care plan devised by clinicians for patients.Design An experimental analogue study with independent variables of the presence of phobia and complexity of treatment need. Dependent variables included frequen...

Environmental sustainability and waste within the dental practice.

This paper forms part of a series of papers, seven in total, which have been requested by colleagues to help them as clinicians understand sustainability as it relates to dentistry. This paper focuses on waste and how the dental team can influence how waste is processed and disposed of. It is the authors' hope that this series of papers stimulates interest, debate and discussion and, as well as being economically responsible, ultimately motivates and inspires the dental team to be more socially and environm...

Folie du système? Preventing Violence Against Nurses in In-patient Psychiatry.

Violence against psychiatric nurses is a difficult reality of work on in-patient psychiatry units. Health care providers and managers, nursing unions, and workplace protection agencies are looking for solutions to improve safety and quality of care. We are suggesting that simultaneous to this solution-seeking, there is also a need to critically reflect on the nature of violence itself within in-patient psychiatric settings. In this article we consider the gendered dynamics of power and violence within the i...

The "combined team" transition clinic model in endocrinology results in high adherence rates and patient satisfaction.

Background A structured transition process for young adults with chronic medical conditions from pediatric to adult clinics is strongly promoted. However, the most appropriate transition model has not yet been determined. This study evaluated the effect of a "combined team" Endocrinology Transition Clinic model, including a joint meeting with the patient and pediatric and adult endocrinologists, regarding medical treatment, adherence to follow-up and patient satisfaction with the process. Methods Clinical a...

INCREASED SERUM THIOREDOXIN LEVELS ARE NOT CORRELATED WITH EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS IN CHILDREN WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER.

The first step of this study aims to determine whether thioredoxin (Trx) has a potential role in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) by measuring serum Trx levels in children with ADHD. In the second step, this study aims to reveal whether there is any relationship between Trx and executive functions. This is the first study investigating the serum levels of Trx in children with ADHD. This study sample included 45 patients diagnosed with ADHD and 30 healthy controls. Conners Teacher Rating Scale...

Gray matter structural covariance networks changes along the Alzheimer's disease continuum.

Alzheimer's disease (AD) has a long neuropathological accumulation phase before the onset of dementia. Such AD neuropathological deposition between neurons impairs the synaptic communication, resulting in networks disorganization. Our study aimed to explore the evolution patterns of gray matter structural covariance networks (SCNs) along AD continuum. Based on the AT(N) (i.e., Amyloid/Tau/Neurodegeneration) pathological classification system, we classified subjects into four groups using cerebrospinal fluid...

A Model for Sustaining Health at the Primary Care Level.

As the healthcare industry in USA is changing from a fee-for-service to a value-based system, the need for a shift in how patients are treated is evident. Healthcare organizations are reimbursed based on value and quality of service. The system shift recognizes that each patient possesses differing medical needs moving care from generalized medical treatments to individualistic care. To deal with this change and attempt to increase quality and value, many healthcare organizations are adopting a team care ap...

Less of a good thing - the paradox of reduced multidisciplinary team decision-making.

More Than IQ: Executive Function Explains Adaptive Behavior Above and Beyond Nonverbal IQ in Youth With Autism and Lower IQ.

Adaptive behavior is a critical metric for measuring outcomes in those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Executive function skills predict adaptive behavior in youth with ASD with average or higher IQ; however, no study has examined this relationship in ASD with lower IQ (IQ ≤ 75). The current study evaluated whether executive function predicted adaptive behavior in school-age youth with ASD with lower IQ, above and beyond nonverbal IQ. We examined adaptive behavior and executive function through infor...

Reliability of Informant-Report Measures of Executive Functioning in Children With Down Syndrome.

The current study evaluates the psychometric properties of the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) with children with Down syndrome. Caregivers of 84 children with Down syndrome rated their child's behavior with the BRIEF. Teacher ratings were obtained for 57 children. About 40% of children with Down syndrome were reported by parents, and 70% by teachers, to exhibit clinically significant challenges with executive functioning. Distribution of scores was normal, internal consistency for s...

Researchers collaborate with same-gendered colleagues more often than expected across the life sciences.

Evidence suggests that women in academia are hindered by conscious and unconscious biases, and often feel excluded from formal and informal opportunities for research collaboration. In addition to ensuring fairness and helping to redress gender imbalance in the academic workforce, increasing women's access to collaboration could help scientific progress by drawing on more of the available human capital. Here, we test whether researchers tend to collaborate with same-gendered colleagues, using more stringent...

Effects of an Interdisciplinary Care Team on the Management of Alzheimer's Disease in China.

The current study aimed to evaluate the multidimensional effects of an interdisciplinary care team in patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD). A total of 129 patients with AD were randomly assigned to an interdisciplinary care group (n = 69) or usual care group (n = 60). Behavioral and psychological symptoms of patients with AD were measured during a 6-month treatment period. No differences were found in the baseline characteristics between the interdisciplinary care and usual care groups. Compared to usual ...

Validation of concurrent preimplantation genetic testing for polygenic and monogenic disorders, structural rearrangements, and whole and segmental chromosome aneuploidy with a single universal platform.

Preimplantation genetic testing (PGT) has been successfully applied to reduce the risk of miscarriage, improve IVF success rates, and prevent inheritance of monogenic disease and unbalanced translocations. The present study provides the first method capable of simultaneous testing of aneuploidy (PGT-A), structural rearrangements (PGT-SR), and monogenic (PGT-M) disorders using a single platform. Using positive controls to establish performance characteristics, accuracies of 97 to >99% for each type of testin...

Amyloid PET and cognitive decline in cognitively normal individuals: the SCIENCe project.

We examined the relationships between amyloid-β PET and concurrent and longitudinal cognitive performance in 107 cognitively normal individuals with subjective cognitive decline (age: 64 ± 8 years, 44% female, Mini-Mental State Examination score 29 ± 1). All underwent 90-minute dynamic [F]florbetapir PET scanning and longitudinal neuropsychological tests with a mean follow-up of 3.4 ± 3.0 years. Receptor parametric mapping was used to calculate [F]florbetapir binding potential (BP), and we performed li...


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