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High-resolution remote sensing-based spatial modeling for the prediction of potential risk areas of schistosomiasis in the Dongting Lake area, China.

The geographical distribution of snail (i.e., the intermediate host of schistosomiasis) is consistent with that of endemic areas. The suitable snail habitus requires necessary environmental conditions for snail population. The high-resolution remote sensing provides an important tool for the spatio-temporal analysis of disease monitoring and prediction. This study conducted a typical schistosomiasis epidemic area in the marshland and lake regions along the Yangtze River, Yueyang City, Hunan Province of Chin...

A neural network-based software to recognise blepharospasm symptoms and to measure eye closure time.

Blepharospasm (BSP) is an adult-onset focal dystonia with phenomenologically heterogeneous effects, including, but not limited to, blinks, brief or prolonged spasms, and a narrowing or closure of the eyelids. In spite of the clear and well-known symptomatology, objectively rating the severity of this dystonia is a rather complex task since BSP symptoms are so subtle and hardly perceptible that even expert neurologists can rate the gravity of the pathology differently in the same patients. Software tools hav...

Trends in healthcare utilization for infantile hemangioma in the United States.

Infantile hemangiomas (IH) are the most common vascular tumor of infancy . Most hemangiomas follow a predictable pattern with proliferation followed by slow involution and many do not require medical or surgical intervention. However, some hemangiomas cause complications, including disfigurement, visual obstruction and/or functional impairment, which require therapeutic intervention. Since the discovery of beta blockers as effective topical and oral therapy for IH, hemangioma specialists suggest early thera...

Addition of a Carbene Catalyst to Indole Aryl Aldehyde Activates a Remote δ-sp Carbon for Protonation and Formal 4+2 Reaction.

The addition of a carbene catalyst to an indole aryl aldehyde leads to the activation of a remote sp carbon that is five atoms away from the catalyst. The unsaturated Breslow intermediate formed between the catalyst and substrate undergoes an internal redox reaction and remote carbon protonation to generate an analogous azolium vinyl enolate intermediate. Subsequent [4+2] reaction with cyclic imine substrates eventually affords multicyclic pyridoindoles as nearly single diastereomers with excellent enantios...

Femtosecond Laser Filaments for Use in Sub-Diffraction-Limited Imaging and Remote Sensing.

Probing remote matter with laser light is a ubiquitous technique used in circumstances as diverse as laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy and barcode scanners. In classical optics, the intensity that can be brought to bear on a remote target is limited by the spot size of the laser at the distance of the target. This spot size has a lower bound determined by the diffraction limit of classical optics. However, amplified femtosecond laser pulses generate intensity sufficient to modify the refractive index of ...

Continuous Monitoring Using a Wearable Device Detects Activity-Induced Heart Rate Changes after Administration of Amphetamine.

Wearable digital devices offer potential advantages over traditional methods for the collection of health-related information, including continuous collection of dense data while study subjects are ambulatory or in remote settings. We assessed the utility of collecting continuous actigraphy and cardiac monitoring by deploying two FDA 510(k)-cleared devices in a Phase 1 clinical trial of a novel compound, which included the use of an amphetamine challenge. The Phillips Actiwatch Spectrum Pro (Actiwatch) was ...

Early changes in pro-inflammatory cytokine levels in neonates with encephalopathy are associated with remote epilepsy.

Neonatal seizures are associated with adverse neurologic sequelae including epilepsy in childhood. Here we aim to determine whether levels of cytokines in neonates with brain injury are associated with acute symptomatic seizures or remote epilepsy.

Homozygous missense TPP1 mutation associated with mild late infantile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis and the genotype-phenotype correlation.

TPP1 mutations have been identified in patients with variable phenotypes such as late infantile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (LINCL), juvenile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (JNCL), and spinocerebellar ataxia 7. However, the mechanism underlying phenotype variation is unknown. We screened TPP1 mutations in patients with epilepsies and analyzed the genotype-phenotype correlation to explain the phenotypic variations.

Infantile Systemic Hyalinosis.

Marked improvement in HbA following commencement of flash glucose monitoring in people with type 1 diabetes.

Minimal evidence supports the efficacy of flash monitoring in lowering HbA. We sought to assess the impact of introducing flash monitoring in our centre.

Diversity of human papillomavirus typing among women population living in rural and remote areas of Brazilian territory.

Genotyping HPV from samples tested positive to careHPV™ assay in rural and remote areas of Brazilian territory.

Measuring Free-Living Physical Activity With Three Commercially Available Activity Monitors for Telemonitoring Purposes: Validation Study.

Remote monitoring of physical activity in patients with chronic conditions could be useful to offer care professionals real-time assessment of their patient's daily activity pattern to adjust appropriate treatment. However, the validity of commercially available activity trackers that can be used for telemonitoring purposes is limited.

Aberrant mitochondrial function in patient-derived neural cells from CDKL5 deficiency disorder and Rett Syndrome.

The X-linked neurodevelopmental diseases CDKL5 deficiency disorder (CDD) and Rett syndrome (RTT) are associated with intellectual disability, infantile spasms, and seizures. Although mitochondrial dysfunction has been suggested in RTT, less is understood about mitochondrial function in CDD. A comparison of bioenergetics and mitochondrial function between isogenic wild type and mutant neural progenitor (NPC) lines revealed increased oxygen consumption in CDD mutant lines, which is associated with altered mit...

Intractable vomiting in a 20-month-old boy.

Successful Treatment of Ulcerated Infantile Hemangioma with Brimonidine-Timolol Cream: 2 Cases Report and Review of the Literature.

Ulceration is the most common complication of Infantile Hemangioma (IH). We reported 2 cases of ulcerated IH treated by new cream formulation of brimonidine 0.2%-timolol 0.5% (a combination of selective α-2-adrenergic agonist and non-selective β-blocker). In both cases, ulcerations were healed within 7 to 10 days after twice-daily application. No topical or systemic side effects were reported. In conclusion, brimonidine 0.2%-timolol 0.5% cream is a promising alternative in the topical treatment of ulcerat...

Follow-up strategies to confirm the success of medical abortion of pregnancies up to 10 weeks' gestation: A systematic review with meta-analyses.

To compare the effectiveness, safety and acceptability of 1) in-clinic and remote/self-assessment and 2) different remote/self-assessments, for confirming the success of medical abortion at ≤10 weeks' gestation.

Feasibility and Usability Aspects of Continuous Remote Monitoring of Health Status in Palliative Cancer Patients Using Wearables.

Mobile health is a promising strategy aiming to anticipate and prevent the deterioration of health status in palliative cancer patients. A prerequisite for successful implementation of this technology into clinical routine is a high level of usability and acceptance of devices.

Lip Infantile Hemangiomas Involving the Vermillion Border Have Worse Outcomes and Prognosis to Oral Propranolol Than Lesions Confined to One Side of the Vermillion.

Oral propranolol has been widely used for problematic infantile hemangiomas (IHs). Lip IHs present a high risk of disfigurement and associated psychosocial dysfunction and require early treatment. Lips are compound parts that consist of the upper and lower lips and include the mucosal and cutaneous lips histologically. The present retrospective study aimed to determine the response and prognosis of different subtypes of lip IHs to the use of systemic propranolol.

Providing 'the bigger picture': benefits and feasibility of integrating remote monitoring from smartphones into the electronic health record.

To establish the acceptability and feasibility of collecting daily patient-generated health data (PGHD) using smartphones and integrating PGHD into the electronic health record, using the example of RA.

Human mediated translocation of Pacific paper mulberry Broussonetia papyrifera (L.) L'Hér. ex Vent. (Moraceae): Genetic evidence of dispersal routes in Remote Oceania.

Paper mulberry, Broussonetia papyrifera (L.) L'Hér. ex Vent. (Moraceae), a dioecious species, was transported by humans from Taiwan to the islands of Remote Oceania. Its introduction and cultivation in Remote Oceania was intentional due to its cultural importance as a fiber source for barkcloth textiles. The aim of this study was to explore the genetic diversity and structure of paper mulberry populations within Remote Oceania in order to infer dispersal patterns that may reflect past human interaction amo...

TB or not TB? That is the question regarding TB treatment in a remote provincial hospital in Solomon Islands.

Tuberculosis (TB) remains a significant public health challenge in Solomon Islands. Limited healthcare resources, geography, and sociocultural beliefs, coupled with lack of laboratory diagnostic tools, leads to diagnostic and treatment outcome uncertainty.

Early inter-hospital transfer of patients with myocardial infarction without a doctor, paramedic or nurse on board: results from a French regional emergency care network.

In France, patients with acute coronary syndromes (ACS) are usually transferred from remote hospitals to percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) centres in mobile intensive care units (MICUs) with on-board medical staff. They are then returned to the remote hospitals by MICU 48 h after PCI. However, MICU transportation and beds in a PCI centre are in short supply. Therefore, we investigated clinical outcomes among intermediate-risk ACS patients who were transferred in private ambulances without an on-boa...

Do probiotics help babies with infantile colic?

Diagnostic protocol of neonatal and infantile cholestasis: can it be improved?

Peri-Incisional Botulinum Toxin Therapy for Treatment of Intractable Head Pain After Lateral Skull Base Surgery: A Case Series.

The objective of this case series was to describe botulinum toxin therapy as a novel treatment of intractable head pain following lateral skull base surgery.

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