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Single-Port Needlescopic Appendectomy in Children Using a Mediflex Needle: A New Simplified Technique.

Laparoscopic appendectomy is among the most common surgical procedures. Needlescopic appendectomy (NA) is an acceptable, safe technique in children, but with many drawbacks such as a high conversion rate and long operative time. We present a new technique for NA in children using only a single port, Mediflex facial closure needle, and vascular access cannula (VAC). Single-port NA was attempted in 117 patients (51 boys, 66 girls). Under general anesthesia, a 5-mm camera port was inserted through the umbilic...


Erratum: Prognostic significance of the infiltration of CD163 macrophages combined with CD66b neutrophils in gastric cancer.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1002/cam4.1420.].

Impact of corn particle size on nutrient digestibility varies depending on bird type.

The interaction between bird type (broilers and layers) and corn particle size (fine, medium, and coarse) on the coefficient of apparent ileal digestibility (CAID) of DM, nitrogen (N), starch, fat, gross energy (GE), calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P), and AMEn was investigated in a 2 by 3 factorial study of 6 dietary treatments. Whole corn was ground in a hammer mill to pass through screen sizes of 2.0, 5.0, and 8.0 mm for fine, medium, and coarse grades, respectively. A corn-soybean meal diet, mixed using t...


Atractylodes lancea volatile oils attenuated helicobacter pylori NCTC11637 growth and biofilm.

Atractylodes lancea is a traditional Chinese perennial herb, which has been used for treating gastrointestinal diseases in traditional medicine. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of Atractylodes lancea volatile oils on the planktonic growth and biofilm formation of Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori). Firstly, the minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) of the volatile oils against H. pylori were determined using broth dilution method. SPSS17.0 was used to account 50% inhibiting concentration (...

Safety of Laparoscopic Gastrostomy in Children Receiving Peritoneal Dialysis.

The preferred method of dialysis for children is chronic peritoneal dialysis (CPD), and these children may require delayed gastrostomy tube (GT) placement. Investigators have reported a high risk of fungal peritonitis, early bacterial peritonitis, and catheter loss when percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy is performed in children already undergoing CPD. Current International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis guidelines recommend only open GT for these patients. We sought to report the safety of laparoscopic g...

Passage and community changes of filterable bacteria during microfiltration of a surface water supply.

The omnipresence of filterable bacteria that can pass through 0.22-μm membrane filters demands a change in the sterile filtration practice. In this study, we identified that filterable bacteria enriched from a surface water are members of the Bacteroidetes, Proteobacteria, Spirochaetae, Firmicutes, and Actinobacteria. Filterable bacteria displayed superior filterability during the entire bacterial growth phase, especially at the exponential phase. Maximal passage percentages were comparable at different ce...

UV Spectrophotometric method for characterization of curcumin loaded nanostructured lipid nanocarriers in simulated conditions: Method development, in-vitro and ex-vivo applications in topical delivery.

Curcumin the extract obtained from the dried rhizome of turmeric, Curcuma longa is a hydrophobic phenol that delivers numerous pharmacological actions like anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and anti-oxidant, anti-psoriasis, antidiabetic, anticancer. But curcumin has low bioavailability issues that accompany low aqueous solubility, further, when administered orally, >90% of the drug degrades rapidly in the alkaline medium. Administering the drug topically can bypass the problem as well as first-pass metaboli...

lncRNA SPRY4-IT1 Regulates Cell Proliferation and Migration by Sponging miR-101-3p and Regulating AMPK Expression in Gastric Cancer.

Increasing evidence indicates that long noncoding RNA SPRY4 intronic transcript 1 (lncRNA SPRY4-IT1) has been reported to be associated with the progression of several cancers, but its expression level and the function of SPRY4-IT1 in the progression of gastric cancer (GC) have been rarely reported. Here we found that SPRY4-IT1 was upregulated in GC. In vitro experiments revealed that SPRY4-IT1 knockdown significantly inhibited GC cell proliferation by causing G1 arrest and promoting apoptosis, whereas SPR...

Modeling inactivation of wild-type and clinical Escherichia coli O26 strains using UV-C and thermal treatment and subsequent persistence in simulated gastric fluid.

First, two inactivation models were compared for different phenotypic profiles of Escherichia coli O26 using UV-C light (UV-C) and thermal treatment (T), by means of Central Composite Rotatable Design of Experiment (CCRD). Second, we aimed to evaluate subsequent survival and persistence of cells in simulated gastric fluid (SGF).

Total gastrectomy in patients with gastric adenocarcinoma: Is there an advantage to the minimally invasive approach?

Previous evaluations of the oncologic efficacy of minimally invasive approaches to total gastrectomy in gastric adenocarcinoma have been limited by sample size and duration of follow-up.

Temporal plasticity of insulin and incretin secretion and insulin sensitivity following sleeve gastrectomy contribute to sustained improvements in glucose control.

Bariatric surgery acutely improves glucose control, an effect that is generally sustained for years in most patients. The acute postoperative glycemic reduction is at least partially mediated by enhanced incretin secretion and islet function, and occurs independent of caloric restriction, whereas the sustained improvement in glucose control is associated with increased insulin sensitivity. However, studies in humans with bariatric surgery suggest that these elevations are not static but undergo coordinated ...

Endoscopic, transanal, laparoscopic, and transabdominal management of rectal neuroendocrine tumors.

Rectal neuroendocrine tumors (RNET) are rare tumors but their prevalence is constantly increasing due to a prolonged survival and rising incidence related to a growing number of colonoscopies and improved knowledge. Their main prognostic determinant is tumor stage. While most RNET are localized, their management should be tailored depending on the presence or absence of the factors predictive of lymph-node metastases including tumor size, endoscopic aspect, T stage, grade and lymphovascular invasion. Endosc...

THE IMPACT OF OBESITY ON SURGEON ERGONOMICS IN ROBOTIC AND STRAIGHT STICK LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY.

Work-related musculoskeletal symptoms (WMS) are reported to be increasing in surgeons performing minimally invasive procedures.To investigate the use of Inertial Measurement Units (IMU) and electromyography sensor (EMG) recorders to record real-time information on the muscle movement/activity required to perform training exercises in simulated in normal and high body mass index (BMI) models.

Feasibility, complications and recurrence following discoid resection for colorectal endometriosis: a series of 93 cases.

Laparoscopic discoid colorectal resection is a surgical option for bowel endometriosis, one of the most severe forms of endometriosis. However, no study has clearly analysed the feasibility, or the complication and recurrence rates of the procedure in a homogeneous population with specific criteria for discoid resection. The aims were to evaluate the rate of conversion to segmental resection, the need for double discoid resection, and the complication and recurrence rates. We conducted a prospective study o...

Processing head fakes in basketball: Are there ironic effects of instructions on the head-fake effect in basketball?

Instructions in sports are used to improve athletes' performance. However, instructions can also impair performance if they direct athletes' attention to a to-be-avoided behavior which paradoxically provokes exactly that behavior (ironic effect). The present study investigates the impact of different instructions on the head-fake effect in basketball. Specifically, we asked here if deliberate attempts to ignore the deceptive cues gaze direction and head orientation increase the impact of that information an...

Sticky, active microrheology: Part 1. Linear-response.

Attractive colloidal-scale forces between macromolecules in biological fluids are suspected to play a role in important system dynamics, including association times, spatially heterogeneous viscosity, and anomalous diffusion. Passive and active microrheology provide a natural connection between observable particle motion and viscosity in such systems via generalized Stokes-Einstein and Stokes' drag law relations. While such models are robust for purely repulsive colloidal-scale interactions, no such theory ...

Microplastics as contaminants in the soil environment: A mini-review.

Microplastics (MPs) have become a global environmental concern because of their ubiquitous presence. While extensive microplastic researches have focused on the marine environment, pervasive MPs contamination in soil and their detrimental impacts have been largely overlooked. Excessive concentrations of MPs and additives have been found in soil derived from the use of plastic mulches and the application of sewage sludge to fields. They may pose directly or indirectly as adverse effects on flora and fauna. T...

An assessment of bioavailability of acrylate based pH-sensitive complexes of lovastatin.

Lovastatin (LSN), a potent anti-hyperlipidemic drug, possesses poor bioavailability due to its very low aqueous solubility. The objective of this study was to establish a relationship between increased drug solubility before reaching site of absorption or increasing drug solubility at target absorption site for accentuated bioavailability of LSN. Composites of LSN with oppositely natured pH-sensitive acrylate polymers, cationic Eudragit EPO (EPO) and anionic Eudragit L100 (L100), were fabricated with physic...

Persistence and safety assessment of novel probiotic strain Lactobacillus plantarum 1 strain Lp86 and Lp36 in Salmonella typhi infected mice.

The species of Lactic acid bacteria are known to confer beneficial effects on the host by inhabiting in their gastrointestinal tract (GIT). They succeed in surviving the harsh conditions of the GIT by exhibiting strong tolerance against gastric acids, digestive enzymes and bile simultaneously antagonizing the pathogens by production of antimicrobials. This study has been conducted to elaborate these probiotic characteristics in vivo for which mice were intragastrically given a probiotic approved dose of 10c...

Non-typhoidal salmonellosis presenting as acute calculus cholecystitis.

Non-typhoidal are Gram-negative bacilli, which typically cause a clinical picture of gastroenteritis and, less commonly, patients may become a chronic carrier of the pathogen within their gallbladder. We describe a rare clinical presentation of a non-typhoidal infection as acute calculus cholecystitis in an adult patient. subsp. Salamae (ST P4271) was grown from cholecystostomy fluid, and the patient subsequently underwent a laparoscopic cholecystectomy that demonstrated a necrotic gallbladder fundus. We ...

Key Points for Cholelithiasis and Gallstone Ileus Prevention Following Biliointestinal Bypass.

BACKGROUND Biliointestinal bypass is a malabsorptive procedure for surgical treatment of morbid obesity. It is the evolution of jejunoileal bypass, and it is characterized by a cholecysto-jejunostomy on the proximal end of the excluded jejunum, therefore, allowing bile flow through the excluded bowel loop reducing the risk of postoperative diarrhea and malabsorption syndrome. Obesity is a well-known risk factor for cholelithiasis; moreover, bariatric surgery has been showed to increases the risk of gallston...

Temporal processing properties of auditory DUM neurons in a bush-cricket.

Insects with ears process sounds and respond to conspecific signals or predator cues. Axons of auditory sensory cells terminate in mechanosensory neuropils from which auditory interneurons project into (brain-) areas to prepare response behaviors. In the prothoracic ganglion of a bush-cricket, a cluster of local DUM (dorsal unpaired median) neurons has recently been described and constitutes a filter bank for carrier frequency. Here, we demonstrate that these neurons also constitute a filter bank for tempor...

Gastrectomy for invasive micropapillary carcinoma is associated with poorer disease-free and disease-specific survival.

Invasive micropapillary carcinoma (IMPC) is a relatively rare subtype of gastric adenocarcinoma and has aggressive histopathologic characteristics, including lymphatic and vascular invasion. However, the associated long-term survival outcomes remain unclear. This study aimed to compare the clinicopathological characteristics and prognosis of gastric adenocarcinoma with and without IMPC using propensity score-matched (PSM) analysis.

Assessment of Endoscopic Gastric Atrophy according to the Kimura-Takemoto Classification and Its Potential Application in Daily Practice.

The assessment of endoscopic gastric atrophy (EGA) according to the Kimura-Takemoto classification has been reported to correlate well with histological assessment. Although agreement among beginner endoscopists was less than that among experienced endoscopists, it has been shown that agreement level could markedly improve and remained stable after proper training. Several cohort studies have consistently shown that the severity of EGA at baseline is significantly associated with the presence of advanced pr...

Peri-operative monocyte count is a marker of poor prognosis in gastric cancer: increased monocytes are a characteristic of myeloid-derived suppressor cells.

Gastric cancer (GC) is the most common malignant tumor in digestive organs, and the prognosis of GC patients who have undergone surgery remains poor because of frequent recurrence. Therefore, the identification of new markers to predict the outcome of these patients is needed. Monocyte count is a negative prognostic factor associated with inflammation. We investigated the relationship between peripheral monocytes in the peri-operative period and prognosis in GC patients. A high pre-operative monocyte count ...


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