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Early Colonoscopy for Diverticular Bleeding Does Not Reduce Risk of Post-Discharge Recurrent Bleeding-A Propensity Score Matching Analysis.

Colonoscopy within 24 hours (early colonoscopy) is recommended for patients with colonic diverticular bleeding, but it is unclear if this strategy improves post-discharge outcomes. We aimed to determine whether early colonoscopy is associated with decreased risk of rebleeding and hospital readmission within 30 days.


Systematic spectral shifts in the mid-infrared spectroscopy of aerosols.

Infrared spectroscopy in the spectral fingerprint region from 6.5 to 20 µm has been applied for decades to identify vapor- and condensed-phase chemicals with high confidence. By employing a unique broadband laser operating from 7.2- to 11.5-µm we show that, in this region, wavelength-dependent Mie-scattering effects substantially modulate the underlying chemical absorption signature, undermining the ability of conventional infrared absorption spectroscopy to identify aerosolized liquids and solids. In the...

Optimal positioning of optodes on the scalp for personalized functional near-infrared spectroscopy investigations.

Application of Functional Near InfraRed Spectroscopy (fNIRS) in neurology is still limited as a good optical coupling and optimized optode coverage of specific brain regions remains challenging, notably for prolonged monitoring.


Left colic artery-preserving D3 lymphadenectomy using near-infrared spectroscopy was effective for double advanced cancers of the transverse colon and rectum: A case report.

Exact assessment of intestinal viability is necessary, since the risk of anastomotic complications increases due to the reduction in anastomotic blood supply. Near-infrared spectroscopy is useful in assessing blood flow because it allows real-time monitoring and quantifying of tissue oxygen saturation. Herein, we report a case in which two intestinal resections were performed safely by using near-infrared spectroscopy to evaluate the blood flow at the anastomotic sites.

Comparison of Small Versus Large Volume Split Dose Preparation for Colonoscopy: A Study of Colonoscopy Outcomes.

Split dose bowel preparations (SDP) have superior outcomes for colonoscopy as compared to evening before regimens. However, the association of the actual volume of the SDP to colonoscopy outcome measures has not been well studied.

Invited review: Use of infrared technologies for the assessment of dairy products-Applications and perspectives.

Dairy products are important sources of nutrients for human health and in the last years their consumption has increased worldwide. Therefore, the food industry is interested in applying analytical technologies that are more rapid and cost-effective than traditional laboratory analyses. Infrared spectroscopy accomplishes both criteria, making real-time determination feasible. However, it is crucial to ensure that prediction models are accurate before their implementation in the dairy industry. In the last 5...

Cue reactivity and opioid blockade in amphetamine dependence: A randomized, controlled fMRI study.

The opioid antagonist, naltrexone, has been shown to reduce the risk of relapse in amphetamine dependence, but the mechanisms behind this effect are not well understood. We aimed to investigate if naltrexone attenuates cue reactivity and craving in amphetamine dependence.

Residue-Specific Conformational Heterogeneity of Proline-Rich Sequences Uncovered via Infrared Spectroscopy.

Conformational heterogeneity is critical to understanding protein function but challenging to quantify. Experimental approaches that can provide sufficient temporal and spatial resolution to measure even rapidly interconverting states at specific locations in proteins are needed to fully elucidate the contribution of conformational heterogeneity and dynamics to function. Infrared spectroscopy in combination with the introduction of carbon deuterium bonds, which provide frequency-resolved probes of their env...

Effect and Tolerability of Same-Day Repeat Colonoscopy.

Purpose/Aim of the study: The main purpose of the colonoscopy is screening for colorectal cancers and diagnosis of colorectal disease The cost-effectiveness of colonoscopy directly depend on the adequate bowel preparation. Inadequate colonoscopy is recommended to be re-scheduled within 1 year. Re-scheduling is an economic and patient burden. Thus instead of re-scheduling, another strategy may be attempted. The purpose of this study was to examine the usefulness and effect of the same day repeat colonoscopy ...

Analysis of protein glycation in human fingernail clippings with near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy as an alternative technique for the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus.

Glycated keratin allows the monitoring of average tissue glucose exposure over previous weeks. In the present study, we wanted to explore if near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy could be used as a non-invasive diagnostic tool for assessing glycation in diabetes mellitus.

Objective Ocular Discomfort: Noninvasive Evaluation by Functional Near-Infrared Ray Spectroscopy.

Patients express their discomfort by subjective complaints, which may not clearly express the extent of their discomfort. This study noninvasively and objectively quantified ocular discomfort, a form of feeling, from the prefrontal cortex by functional near-infrared ray spectroscopy topography.

Structure-Dependent Dissociation of Water on Cobalt Oxide.

Understanding the correlation between structure and reactivity of oxide surfaces is vital for the rational design of catalytic materials. In this work, we demonstrate the exceptional degree of structure sensitivity of the water dissociation reaction for one of the most important materials in catalysis and electrocatalysis. We have studied HO on two atomically-defined cobalt oxide surfaces, CoO(100) and CoO(111). Both surfaces are terminated by O and Co in different coordination. By infrared reflection absor...

Light up ADHD: II. Neuropharmacological effects measured by near infrared spectroscopy: is there a biomarker?

Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by deficits in self-controlling attention, behavior, and emotions. In recent years, noninvasive optical techniques, such as near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS), have been used to measure the neural correlates of pharmacological-therapy outcomes in children and adolescents with ADHD.

The role of prefrontal cortex in a moral judgment task using functional near-infrared spectroscopy.

Understanding the neural basis of moral judgment (MJ) and human decision-making has been the subject of numerous studies because of their impact on daily life activities and social norms. Here, we aimed to investigate the neural process of MJ using functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), a noninvasive, portable, and affordable neuroimaging modality.

The relationship between segmental wall shear stress and lipid core plaque derived from near-infrared spectroscopy.

Wall shear stress (WSS) has an important role in the natural history of coronary atherosclerosis. The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between WSS and the lipid content of atherosclerotic plaques as assessed by near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS).

EXPRESS: Validated Approaches for Quantification of Bone Mineral Crystallinity Using Transmission Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR), Attenuated Total Reflection (ATR) FT-IR, and Raman Spectroscopy.

Evaluation of adenomas per colonoscopy and adenomas per positive participant as new quality parameters in screening colonoscopy.

The primary aim of this study was to evaluate adenomas per positive participant (APP) and adenomas per colonoscopy (APC) as new quality parameters in screening colonoscopy. Furthermore, we wanted to assess if these parameters differ depending on the setting or profession.

Predicting post-mortem meat quality in porcine longissimus lumborum using Raman, near infrared and fluorescence spectroscopy.

Spectroscopic techniques can provide valuable information about post-mortem meat quality. In the current study, Raman, NIR and fluorescence spectroscopy was used to analyze pH, drip loss and intramuscular fat in pork longissimus lumborum (n = 122) at 4-5 days post-mortem. Results were promising for partial least squares regression (PLSR) from Raman spectroscopy, giving coefficients of determination from cross validation (r) ranging from 0.49 to 0.73 for all attributes examined. Important regions in th...

Effects of hypnotics on prefrontal cortex activity during a verbal fluency task in healthy male subjects: A near-infrared spectroscopy study.

To assess the effects of hypnotics on prefrontal cortex activity in healthy subjects using near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) in a double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover trial.

NEW BOWEL PREPARATION TECHNIQUE FOR COLONOSCOPY: CLINICAL TRIAL COMPARING AQUANET AND MANNITOL.

Fifty-five percent of Americans aged 50-65 are submitted to colonoscopy. For over 65-year, this number increases to 64%. In Brazil, it is forecast that the population submitted to colonoscopy will grow, even though inadequate preparation is still a major problem.

Predictive factors for missed adenoma on repeat colonoscopy in patients with suboptimal bowel preparation on initial colonoscopy: A KASID multicenter study.

Suboptimal bowel preparation can result in missed colorectal adenoma that can evolve into interval colorectal cancer. This study aims to identify the predictive factors associated with missed adenoma on repeat colonoscopy in patients with suboptimal bowel preparation at initial colonoscopy. A total of 441 patients with suboptimal bowel preparation on initial colonoscopy and who had repeat colonoscopy within two years were included from 2007 to 2014 in six tertiary hospitals. Suboptimal bowel preparation was...

Near infrared spectroscopy with a vascular occlusion test as a biomarker in children with mitochondrial and other neuro-genetic disorders.

Mitochondrial and neurogenetic diseases can present diagnostic challenges. We investigated if near infrared spectroscopy with the vascular occlusion test is able to differentiate between children with mitochondrial disease and children with neurogenetic disease or healthy controls.

Intussusception after Colonoscopy: A Case Report and Review of Literature.

Intussusception after colonoscopy is an unusual complication. A MEDLINE search revealed only 7 reported cases. We present a report of a 28-year-old man who developed abdominal pain several hours after routine colonoscopy and in whom computed tomography (CT) revealed colocolic intussusception. We postulate that this condition is iatrogenic and induced by suctioning of gas on withdrawal of the colonoscope. A common observation among the reported cases was abdominal pain several hours after colonoscopy and rig...

Continuous Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Demonstrates Limitations in Monitoring the Development of Acute Compartment Syndrome in Patients with Leg Injuries.

We recorded measurements of muscle perfusion using near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) and intramuscular pressure (IMP) in a study designed to develop a decision rule for predicting acute compartment syndrome (ACS). The purpose of this study was to report our experience measuring NIRS data in the context of this broader investigation and to explore factors related to variations in data capture.

Reliability of microvascular responsiveness measures derived from near-infrared spectroscopy across a variety of ischemic periods in young and older individuals.

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is associated with impairments in microvascular responsiveness. Therefore, reliably assessing microvascular function is clinically relevant. Thus, this study aimed to examine the reliability of the near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS)-derived oxygen saturation (StO) reperfusion slope, a measure of microvascular responsiveness, to four different vascular occlusion tests (VOT) of different durations in young and older participants.


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