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Gestational age-related reference values for Apgar score and umbilical cord arterial and venous pH in preterm and term newborns.

Despite much literature on reference values of acid-base status in umbilical cord blood at birth, there are yet no studies performed to determine gestational age-dependent references in cord venous blood and no studies on preterm acid-base standards. Similarly, the normal reference range of Apgar score for term and preterm infants has not yet been determined.


Radical C-H Acylation of Nitrogen Heterocycle Induced with Aerobic Oxidation of Aldehyde Subhasis Paul, Manotosh Bhakat and Joyram Guin*a.

Herein we describe an aerobic radical approach for the synthesis of unsymmetrical heteroaryl ketone. The reaction involves cross-dehydrogenative coupling between aldehydes and heteroaromatic bases with molecular oxygen (O2). The key aspect of the method is the generation of reactive acyl radical via homolytic activation of aldehyde C-H bond using O2 as the sole oxidant. The reaction demonstrates good substrate scope with respect to aldehyde and functionalized nitrogen heterocycles. Based on our mechanistic ...

Tuning White Light Emission in Dinuclear Phenoxo Bridged Dy Complexes.

A new series of dinuclear dysprosium(III) complexes, [Dy(L)(NO)(MeOH)] (), [Dy(L)(NO)(DMF)]·2DMF (), [Dy(L)(NO)(DMF)]·2DMF (), and [Dy(L)(NO)(DMF)] (), with 2,2'-[[(2-pyridinylmethyl)imino]di(methylene)]bis(4-R-phenol), where R = CH, Cl, and CHO, were investigated as potential white light emitters. All octacoordinated dysprosium(III) are phenoxo-bridged species and have a similar coordination environment. Nevertheless, has a MeOH ligand molecule, while for - a DMF ligand replaces that of MeOH. The nature...


A Cross-Linking Approach to Stabilizing Stimuli-Responsive Colloidal Crystals Engineered with DNA.

Two DNA-cross-linking reagents, bis-chloroethylnitrosourea and 8-methoxypsoralen, are used to covalently cross-link interstrand base pairs in DNA bonds that, in part, define colloidal crystals engineered with DNA. The irreversible linkages formed increase the chemical and thermal stability of the crystals and do not significantly affect their long-range order, as evidenced by small-angle X-ray scattering data. The post-modified crystals are stable in environments that the pre-modified structures are not, in...

Capillary flow in open microgrooves: bifurcations and networks.

Open capillary flows are increasingly used in biotechnology, biology, thermics, and space science. So far, the dynamics of capillary flows has been studied mostly for confined channels. However, the theory of open microfluidics has considerably progressed during the last years, and an expression for the travel distance has been derived, generalizing the well-known theory of Lucas, Washburn, and Rideal. This generalization is based on the use of the average friction length and generalized Cassie angle. In th...

Consecutive transperineal prostatic template biopsies employing cognitive and systematic approach: a single center study.

The role of transperineal template biopsy for prostate cancer diagnosis is well established. Pre-biopsy multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is used in most centers for planning of prostate biopsies and staging. Cognitive and software fusion techniques are increasingly getting popular. We retrospectively reviewed patients who underwent transperineal template biopsies from January 2016 till December 2018. This included patients on active surveillance, previous negative transrectal ultrasonograph...

LOCAL EXERCISE DOES NOT PREVENT THE AORTIC STIFFENING RESPONSE TO ACUTE PROLONGED SITTING: A RANDOMIZED CROSS-OVER TRIAL.

Prolonged sitting has been shown to promote endothelial dysfunction in the lower legs. Further, it has been reported that simple sitting-interruption strategies, including calf raises, prevent leg endothelial function. However, it is unclear whether prolonged sitting affects central cardiovascular health, or whether simple sitting interruption strategies prevent impaired central cardiovascular health.

Evidence that Tenecteplase Is Noninferior to Alteplase for Acute Ischemic Stroke.

Background and Purpose- TNK (tenecteplase), a newer fibrinolytic agent, has practical delivery advantages over ALT (alteplase) that would make it a useful agent if noninferior in acute ischemic stroke treatment outcome. Accordingly, the most recent US American Heart Association/American Stroke Association acute ischemic stroke guideline recognized TNK as an alternative to ALT, but only based on informal consideration, rather than formal meta-analysis, of completed randomized control trials. Methods- Systema...

Blood Pressure and Outcome After Mechanical Thrombectomy With Successful Revascularization.

Background and Purpose- Successful reperfusion can be achieved in more than two-thirds of patients treated with mechanical thrombectomy. Therefore, it is important to understand the effect of blood pressure (BP) on clinical outcomes after successful reperfusion. In this study, we investigated the relationship between BP on admission and during the first 24 hours after successful reperfusion with clinical outcomes. Methods- This was a multicenter study from 10 comprehensive stroke centers. To ensure homogene...

Job stress and suicidal ideation among Chinese clinicians: The moderating role of social support.

In recent years, suicidal behavior among doctors has gained increasing research attention. The main effects of job stress and social support on suicidal ideation (SI) have been publicly documented, but their interactive effects on SI have not been well studied, particularly among clinicians of county hospitals in China. A cross-sectional study with a sample of 352 clinicians of county hospitals in Guangxi was thus conducted, measuring their SI, job stress, and social support. Results indicated that 56 (15.9...

The value of neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) and platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio (PLR) parameters in analysis with fetal malnutrition neonates.

Objective To assess the association between fetal malnutrition (FM) and the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR) and the platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio (PLR) in singleton term appropriate for gestational age (AGA) neonates. Methods This cross-sectional observational study was performed with 4340 singleton, term AGA neonates without perinatal disease over a two-year period. Results A total of 4320 neonates were evaluated in this study. Those diagnosed with fetal malnutrition, 284 (6%) neonates, were compared w...

Association of Psychache and Alexithymia With Suicide in Patients With Schizophrenia.

Suicide is a leading cause of death in patients with schizophrenia. Previous studies have mostly investigated the association between suicide and sociodemographics, positive and negative symptoms, and depressive symptoms. This study evaluated psychache and alexithymia in patients with schizophrenia, which have both been associated with suicide attempts and thoughts in patients with other psychiatric disorders. Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS), Psychache Scale (PAS), Beck Scale for Suicidal Ideat...

Unilateral Strength Training and Mirror Therapy in Patients With Chronic Stroke: A Pilot Randomized Trial.

The aim of the study was to investigate the feasibility and potential effectiveness of mirror-aided cross-education compared with cross-education alone in poststroke upper limb recovery.

Minimal Clinically Important Difference of Shoulder Outcome Measures and Diagnoses: A Systematic Review.

Patient-reported outcome scales determine response to treatment. The minimal clinically important difference of these scales is a measure of responsiveness: the smallest change in a score associated with a clinically important change to the patient. This study sought to summarize the literature on minimal clinically important difference for the most commonly reported shoulder outcome scales.

One Year Mortality in Geriatric Trauma Patients: Improving Upon the Geriatric Trauma Outcomes Score Utilizing the Social Security Death Index.

GTOS predicts in-patient mortality in geriatric trauma patients and has been validated in a prospective multicenter trial and expanded to predict adverse discharge (GTOS II). We hypothesized that these formulations actually underestimate the downstream sequelae of injury and sought to predict longer-term mortality in geriatric trauma patients.

The Significance of Visceral Protection in Preventing Enteroatmospheric Fistulae During Open Abdomen Treatment in Patients With Secondary Peritonitis: A Propensity Score-matched Case-control Analysis.

To evaluate the influence of a visceral protective layer (VPL) on the formation of enteroatmospheric fistulae (EAF) in open abdomen treatment (OAT) for peritonitis.

Cross-Cultural Comparison of Postoperative Discharge Opioid Prescribing After Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery.

The extent of variation in analgesic prescribing following musculoskeletal injury among countries and cultural contexts is poorly understood. Such an understanding can inform both domestic prescribing and future policy. The aim of our survey study was to evaluate how opioid prescribing by orthopaedic residents varies by geographic context.

An Aging-Related Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism is Associated with Altered Clinical Outcomes and Distinct Inflammatory Profiles in Aged Blunt Trauma Patients.

The contribution of individual genetic determinants of aging to the adverse clinical outcomes and altered inflammation mediator networks characteristic of aged trauma patients is unknown. The AA genotype of the aging-related single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) rs2075650 in TOMM40 has been associated with longevity, while the AG and GG genotypes are associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease. Here, we studied the effect of rs2075650 on clinical outcomes and dynamic biomarker patterns after tra...

Conditioned place avoidance using encapsulated calcium propionate as an appetite suppressant for broiler breeders.

Broiler breeders, the parent stock of meat chickens, are feed-restricted throughout the production cycle to avoid obesity-related problems in their health and reproductive performance. Broiler breeders often show signs of chronic hunger, lack of satiety and feeding frustration, and the development of alternative feeding strategies has investigated the inclusion of calcium propionate (CaP) as an appetite suppressant. The mechanisms involved in the reduction of voluntary feed intake are unknown, but are thoug...

Bovine herpesvirus 1 can cross the intact zona pellucida of bovine oocytes after artificial infection.

Bovine herpesvirus 1 (BHV1) is an important bovine pathogen, responsible for respiratory diseases and reproductive problems. This study investigated the penetration capacity of BHV1 into oocytes after co-incubation for either 1 h or 24 h. Immunofluorescence assays in cumulus-oocyte complexes (COCs) and denuded oocytes (without the presence of cumulus cells) were performed and evaluated using confocal laser scanning microscopy. Blood samples and ovaries from BHV1 seronegative cows were used. The oocytes reco...

Influence of infant feeding practices on the occurrence of malnutrition, malaria and anaemia in children ≤5 years in the Mount Cameroon area: A cross sectional study.

The objective of this study was to evaluate the influence of different infant feeding habits on the occurrence of malnutrition, Plasmodium falciparum parasitaemia and anaemia in children ≤5 years in the Mount Cameroon area.

Evaluation of simulation models to mimic the distortions introduced into squiggles by nanopore sequencers and segmentation algorithms.

Nucleotides ratcheted through the biomolecular pores of nanopore sequencers generate raw picoamperage currents, which are segmented into step-current level signals representing the nucleotide sequence. These 'squiggles' are a noisy, distorted representation of the underlying true stepped current levels due to experimental and algorithmic factors. We were interested in developing a simulation model to support a white-box approach to identify common distortions, rather than relying on commonly used black box ...

A new anatomical approach of cervical lateral mass for cervical pedicle screw and paravertebral foramen screw insertion.

Thus far, anatomical studies have reported data on the cervical pedicle, with the focus remaining on the pedicle itself. It was necessary to obtain more comprehensive data about the relationships between the lateral mass, pedicle, and transverse foramen for cervical pedicle screwing (CPS) and paravertebral foramen screwing (PVFS), a new technique. The purpose of this study was to describe the relationships between the lateral mass, pedicle, and transverse foramen. This study analyzed computed tomography ima...

Awareness of residents about kala-azar and its related practices in two endemic areas of Bangladesh.

Kala-azar, a worldwide disease, is caused by the parasitic protozoan species of genus Leishmania and transmitted by species of sandflies. Awareness of the population about the disease is essential to run a successful control-strategies program. This cross-sectional study was conducted to assess the awareness of residents about it and related practices in two highly-endemic areas of Bangladesh. In total, 511 household respondents were selected conveniently from two unions (Kushmail and Kanihari) under two su...

Genetic and phenotypic diversity of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum populations from watermelon in the southeastern United States.

Fusarium wilt of watermelon, caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum (FON), occurs worldwide and is responsible for substantial yield losses in watermelon-producing areas of the southeastern United States. Management of this disease largely relies on the use of integrated pest management (i.e., fungicides, resistant cultivars, crop rotation, etc.). Knowledge about race structure and genetic diversity of FON in the southeastern US is limited. To determine genetic diversity of the pathogen, FON isolates we...


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