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Refugee Access to Surgical Care in Lebanon: A Post Hoc Analysis of the SCAR Study.

Lebanon hosts an estimated one million Syrian refugees registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The UNHCR contracts with select Lebanese hospitals to provide affordable primary and emergency care to refugees. We aimed to assess the surgical capabilities of UNHCR-affiliated hospitals in Lebanon.

PROmises to Keep.

Promises and perils of the Paris Agreement.

Some Promises in the Pitfalls of Automated and Autonomous Vehicles: A Response to Commentators.

Software update promises improved appointment reminders.

Passive sensing of mobile media use in children and families: a brief commentary on the promises and pitfalls.

Imaging subclinical atherosclerosis promises better cardiovascular primary prevention.

A High Surface Area Carbon-coated 3D Nickel Nanomesh for Li-O₂ Battery.

Nanostructured electrodes show great promises if used in battery and could improve the energy and power density of batteries. Herein, we propose to use a carbon-coated 3D Ni nanomesh as an air cathode for non-aqueous Li-Air (O₂) battery applications. In this study, we fabricate a 3 μm thick 3D Ni nanomesh, showing the excellent surface area to footprint area ratio (90 cm²/1 cm²) and uniformly distributed pores on which we apply for the first time a conformal amorphous carbon coating. This carbon-coated...

Gold nanostructures as cancer theranostic probe: promises and hurdles.

Gold nanostructures (GNSts) have emerged as substitute for conventional contrast agents in imaging techniques and therapeutic probes due to their tunable surface plasmon resonance and optical properties in near-infrared region. Thus GNSts provide platform for the amalgamation of diagnosis and treatment (theranostics) into a single molecule for a more precise treatment. Hence, the article talks about the application of GNSts in imaging techniques and provide a holistic view on differently shaped GNSts in can...

Bisphenol AF compromises blood-testis barrier integrity and sperm quality in mice.

The profound influence of environmental chemicals on human health including inducing life-threatening gene mutation has been publicly recognized. Being a substitute for the extensively used endocrine-disrupting chemical BPA, Bisphenol AF (BPAF) has been known as teratogen with developmental toxicities and therefore potentially putting human into the risk of biological hazards. Herein, we deciphered the detrimental effects of BPAF on spermatogenesis and spermiotiliosis in sexual maturity of mice exposing to ...

Polycystic kidney disease: new knowledge and future promises.

Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) is one of the most common genetic kidney diseases, characterized by the formation of fluid-filled renal cysts, which eventually lead to end-stage renal disease. Despite several decades of investigation, explicit molecular and cellular mechanisms underpinning renal cyst formation have been unresolved until recently, severely hampering the development of effective therapeutic approaches. Currently, most PKD therapies have been developed for limiting disease complications, such ...

Synthetic microbial consortia for biosynthesis and biodegradation: promises and challenges.

Functional differentiation and metabolite exchange enable microbial consortia to perform complex metabolic tasks and efficiently cycle the nutrients. Inspired by the cooperative relationships in environmental microbial consortia, synthetic microbial consortia have great promise for studying the microbial interactions in nature and more importantly for various engineering applications. However, challenges coexist with promises, and the potential of consortium-based technologies is far from being fully harnes...

Profanities, Promises, and Hospices.

Owning Ethical Innovation: Claims about Commercial Wearable Brain Technologies.

The wearable neurotechnology market targets consumers with promises of cognitive benefit and personal wellness. Scientific evidence is essential to substantiate claims about utility, safety, and efficacy and for informed choice and public trust.

Beyond Public Health Genomics: Can Big Data and Predictive Analytics Deliver Precision Public Health?

The field of public health genomics has matured in the past two decades and is beginning to deliver genomic-based interventions for health and health care. In the past few years, the terms precision medicine and precision public health have been used to include information from multiple fields measuring biomarkers as well as environmental and other variables to provide tailored interventions. In the context of public health, "precision" implies delivering the right intervention to the right population at th...

Regenerative medicine: the red planet for clinicians.

Regenerative medicine represents the forefront of health sciences and holds promises for the treatment and, possibly, the cure of a number of challenging conditions. It relies on the use of stem cells, tissue engineering, and gene therapy alone or in different combinations. The goal is to deliver cells, tissues, or organs to repair, regenerate, or replace the damaged ones. Among stem-cell populations, both haematopoietic and mesenchymal stem cells have been employed in the treatment of refractory chronic in...

Beyond the Isolated Brain: The Promise and Challenge of Interacting Minds.

As scientists, we brainstorm and develop experimental designs with our colleagues and students. Paradoxically, this teamwork has produced a field focused nearly exclusively on mapping the brain as if it evolved in isolation. Here, we discuss promises and challenges in advancing our understanding of how human minds connect during social interaction.

Technological innovation for prehospital stroke triage: ripe for disruption.

With the benefit of mechanical thrombectomy firmly established, the focus has shifted to improved delivery of care. Reducing time from symptom onset to reperfusion is a primary goal. Technology promises tremendous opportunities in the prehospital space to achieve this goal.

Driving Simulator Performance After Administration of Analgesic Doses of Ketamine With Dexmedetomidine or Fentanyl.

As a sole agent, ketamine acutely compromises driving ability; however, performance after coadministration with the adjuvant sedating agents dexmedetomidine or fentanyl is unclear.

Association between blood pressure and postoperative hematomas in the patients undergoing head and neck cancer reconstruction.

Postoperative hematoma is one of the most common complications of free flap reconstruction and compromises the perfusion of pedicles and perforators. Therefore, we reviewed our patients to analyze the associated risk factors.

Photoactivation of N-retinylidene-N-retinylethanolamine compromises autophagy in retinal pigmented epithelial cells.

As a part of the aging process, N-retinylidene-N-retinylethanolamine (A2E) accumulates in the retina to activate autophagy in retinal pigmented epithelial cells. However, the effect of A2E photoactivation on autophagy, which is more clinically relevant, still remains unclear. Here, we investigated the effect of blue light (BL)-activated A2E on autophagy in human retinal pigmented epithelial cells, ARPE-19. A significant increase in LC3-II protein was observed when BL was irradiated on ARPE-19 cells contai...

Stem cell therapy in heart failure: Where do we stand today?

Heart failure is a global epidemic that drastically cuts short longevity and compromises quality of life. Approximately 6 million Americans ≥20 years of age carry a diagnosis of heart failure. Worldwide, about 40 million adults are affected. The treatment of HF depends on the etiology. If left untreated it rapidly progresses and compromises quality of life. One of the newer technologies still in its infancy is stem cell therapy for heart failure. This review attempts to highlight the clinical studies do...

Deciphering the molecular morphology of the human hair cycle: Wnt signalling during the telogen-anagen transformation.

The signals that induce anagen (growth) in "quiescent" human telogen hair follicles (HFs) are as yet unknown. Their identification promises better-targeted therapeutic hair growth interventions.

Making Policy on Augmented Intelligence in Health Care.

In June 2018, the American Medical Association adopted new policy to provide a broad framework for the evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) in health care that is designed to help ensure that AI realizes the benefits it promises for patients, physicians, and the health care community.

Real-Time Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Radial Gradient-Echo Sequences With Nonlinear Inverse Reconstruction.

The aim of this study is to evaluate a real-time magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) method that not only promises high spatiotemporal resolution but also practical robustness in a wide range of scientific and clinical applications.

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