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Comparison of Haemostatic Gelatin Sponge Impregnated with Ropivacaine versus Normal Saline applied on the Transverse Process of the Operated Vertebrae on Post-Operative Pain in Patients Undergoing Spinal Instrumentation Surgery: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Protocols for effective postoperative pain control in patients undergoing spinal surgery are not standardized. In our study, we compared the effect of haemostatic absorbable gelatin sponge impregnated with ropivacaine versus normal saline when applied to the transverse process of the operated vertebrae on the postoperative pain following instrumentation spine surgery.


Characterization of an antibacterial wound dressing from basil seed (Ocimum basilicum L.) mucilage-ZnO nanocomposite.

The large water holding capacity of Basil Seed (Ocimum basilicum L.) Mucilage (BSM) gives it potential to produce a valuable polymer for water holding applications such as wound dressing. The objective of this research was to prepare a natural-based antibacterial wound dressing from BSM by freeze-drying. Various contents of zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO-NP) were incorporated as an antibacterial agent. BSM hydrogel sponge showed considerable porosity and degree of swelling. From FTIR analysis, hydrogen bond ...

EcoFlex sponge with ultrahigh oil absorption capacity.

A paraffin microsphere-templated 3D porous EcoFlex sponge was prepared to selectively absorb oil or chemicals from water. The technology for producing this EcoFlex sponge does not need complicated synthesis processes or instruments, and materials applied in this work are eco-friendly. Therefore, this sponge can be employed in environmental field. EcoFlex sponges showed high hydrophobicity (contact angle 140o -143o) and oleophilicity. The developed sponge exhibits a porous three-dimensional framework inside ...


Untapped sponge microbiomes: structure specificity at host order and family levels.

Sponges are complex holobionts in which the structure of the microbiome has seldom been characterized above the host species level. The hypothesis tested in this study is that the structure of the sponge microbiomes is specific to the host at the order and family levels. This was done by using 33 sponge species belonging to 19 families representing five orders. A combination of three primer sets covering the V1-V8 regions of the 16S rRNA gene provided a more comprehensive coverage of the microbiomes. Both t...

Paraffin oil based soft-template approach to fabricate reusable porous PDMS sponge for effective oil/water separation.

Three-dimensional porous material holds enormous potential in the field of life science and environmental protection. In this work, we proposed a facile route for large-scale synthesis of porous PDMS sponge via paraffin oil based emulsion technique. Stable emulsion could be formed by emulsifying water in PDMS solution with the aid of paraffin oil. Moreover, the amount of emulsified water of 5 g PDMS solution is as high as 35 g, and the skeleton of the prepared PDMS sponge still is intact. This method is cos...

miRspongeR: an R/Bioconductor package for the identification and analysis of miRNA sponge interaction networks and modules.

A microRNA (miRNA) sponge is an RNA molecule with multiple tandem miRNA response elements that can sequester miRNAs from their target mRNAs. Despite growing appreciation of the importance of miRNA sponges, our knowledge of their complex functions remains limited. Moreover, there is still a lack of miRNA sponge research tools that help researchers to quickly compare their proposed methods with other methods, apply existing methods to new datasets, or select appropriate methods for assisting in subsequent exp...

Isotope-based water-use efficiency of major greening plants in a sponge city in northern China.

To tackle urban water issues, the Chinese government has promoted the construction of sponge cities in recent years. Thirty cities have been designated as experimental sites to serve as models for future sponge city construction, as more than 80% of the built-up urban areas in China must reach the standards of sponge cities by 2030. Greening plants play an important role in sponge cities, and water-use efficiency (WUE) is a vital index to determine whether plants could adapt to and grow healthily in environ...

A highly efficient, in situ wet-adhesive dextran derivative sponge for rapid hemostasis.

Uncontrolled hemorrhage is closely related to the high risk of death. However, local hemostats still have various defects and side effects. Herein, an aldehyde dextran (PDA) sponge with proper absorption and adhesion properties is developed for hemorrhage control. PDA sponge with pore size of ∼30-50 μm fabricated by lyophilization not only absorbs blood quickly (47.7 g/g), but also possesses strong tissue adhesion (∼100 kPa). PDA sponge with low cytotoxicity and hemolysis achieves effective hemos...

Hospital wastewater treatment by sponge membrane bioreactor coupled with ozonation process.

Herein, a sponge membrane bioreactor (Sponge-MBR) combined with ozonation process was performed to remove the antibiotics which frequently existed in the hospital wastewater. Whilst seven antibiotics i.e., norfloxacin, ciprofloxacin, ofloxacin, sulfamethoxazole, erythromycin, tetracycline and trimethoprim were widely used in medications, this integration was applied for the evaluation of treatment performance under different fluxes. As the results, whilst the antibiotics were eliminated about 45-93%, the te...

Stent-over-sponge (SOS): a rescue option in patients with complex postoperative anastomotic leaks after esophagectomy.

Effect of native and gelatinized starches from various sources on sponge cake making characteristics of wheat flour.

Effect of addition of native and gelatinized starches from various sources (CS, corn; WCS, waxy corn starch; WS, wheat; PS, potato starch; KB, kidney bean SP, sweet potato; and RS, rice starch) on viscoelasticity and sponge-making properties of wheat flour (WF) was investigated. Sponge cakes prepared using native and gelatinized starches were compared to those prepared with 100% WF. The addition of gelatinized starches from various botanical sources led to increase in batter viscosity (increased storage and...

Layered nanofiber sponge with an improved capacity for promoting blood coagulation and wound healing.

Effective bleeding control and wound healing are very important and can be life saving. However, traditional wound dressings with structural deficiencies are not effective in controlling bleeding and promoting the regeneration of functional tissues. In this study, a three-dimensional (3D) layered nanofiber sponge was obtained by expanding two-dimensional (2D) nanofiber membranes into the third dimension. This sponge has a layered nanofiber structure, which increases the interfacial interaction between the s...

CuO@Cu/Ag/MWNTs/sponge electrode-enhanced pollutant removal in dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) reactor.

In this study, a sponge modified by multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) was used as sheet support for the adsorption of CuO@Cu and Ag nanowires to prepare a CuO@Cu/Ag/MWNTs/sponge electrode. Similar to their use in a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) reactor, the MWNTs changed the conductivity and water absorptivity of the modified electrode, whereas the CuO@Cu and Ag nanowires significantly enhanced the tip effect to increase discharge. The optimal ratio of the Ag:CuO@Cu nanowires was 5:3 at a total a...

Enhancing the water desalination and electricity generation of a microbial desalination cell with a three-dimensional macroporous carbon nanotube-chitosan sponge anode.

Microbial desalination cells (MDCs) are promising bioelectrochemical systems that are being investigated for simultaneous seawater desalination, electricity generation, and wastewater treatment. Anode materials play an important role in determining the performance of MDCs. In this study, a three-dimensional (3D) macroporous sponge was coated with compatible and conductive carbon nanotube-chitosan (CNT-CS) as a composite electrode for MDCs. Experimental results showed that the flexible CNT-CS sponge exhibite...

The molecular-based differentiation of Heck's disease from its mimics including oral condyloma and white sponge nevus.

Heck's disease (focal or multifocal epithelial hyperplasia) is a benign, rare condition of the skin and mucous membranes induced by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Other entities that can induce large papillomatous lesions that involve the mucous membranes and skin include condyloma acuminatum, which is sexually transmitted, and white sponge nevus, often due to a mutation of cytokeratin 4 or 13. Six cases diagnosed as either Heck's disease (n = 2) or white sponge nevus (n = 4) and 6 oral condy...

In vitro efficacy of gentamicin released from collagen sponge in eradication of bacterial biofilm preformed on hydroxyapatite surface.

Biofilm-related infections of bones pose a significant therapeutic issue. In this article we present in vitro results of the efficacy of gentamicin released from a collagen sponge carrier against Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Klebsiella pneumoniae biofilms preformed on hydroxyapatite surface. The results indicate that high local concentrations of gentamicin released from a sponge eradicate the biofilm formed not only by gentamicin-sensitive strains but, to some extent, also by those that...

Distal Tibial Chondroblastoma With Intra-articular Penetration Treated With Gelatin Foam Sponge and Bone Grafting.

A 14-year-old boy presented with sharp left ankle pain for 1.5 years. Evaluation showed an irregular lytic lesion with surrounding sclerosis (diameter, 1.3×1.2×1.1 cm) in the central part of the distal tibial epiphysis, extending from the physis to the plafond with articular penetration. Treatment included intralesional curettage and bone grafting through a mid-anterior epiphyseal bone tunnel with fluoroscopic guidance and use of a gelatin foam sponge to help contain the bone graft within the epiphyseal c...

Peptide-immobilized Starch/PEG sponge with rapid shape recovery and dual-function for both uncontrolled and noncompressible hemorrhage.

It is challenging for traditional hemostatic sponges to meet the clinic demand for both uncontrolled and noncompressible hemorrhage. With the aim to develop a rapid shape recovery material with both active and passive hemostatic performance, a dual-functional hemostatic sponge (TRAP-Sp) with a macroporous structure and good mechanical properties for controlling massive and noncompressible hemorrhage was prepared by chemically immobilizing thrombin-receptor-agonist-peptide (TRAP) onto a starch/polyethylene g...

Permanent superhydrophilic surface modification in microporous polydimethylsiloxane sponge for multi-functional applications.

Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) is one of the most preferred material in microfluidic device/biomedical applications because of its unique properties. However, improvement in surface wettability of PDMS is highly desired for microfluidic and biomedical applications as its surface is inherently hydrophobic in nature that restricts flow of aqueous fluid or adherence of biomolecules onto its surface. In spite of several surface modification techniques, prompt recurrence of hydrophobic properties is quite typical i...

One pot synthesis of α-amylase metal organic framework (MOF)-sponge via dip-coating technique.

Enzyme embedded metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) are blooming in the field of enzyme immobilization on account of their superior catalytic efficiency, thermal and chemical stability as compared to native enzyme. However, the separation and recovery of enzyme embedded MOF composite is quite challenging due to its nanometer size, high dispersity and low density which limits the reusability. In this work, α-amylase embedded ZIF-67 was fabricated onto melamine sponge using surfactant assisted dip coating techni...

Cinerols, Nitrogenous Meroterpenoids from the Marine Sponge .

Eleven new nitrogenous meroterpenoids, cinerols A-K (-), were isolated from the marine sponge collected in the South China Sea, and their structures were determined by detailed spectroscopic analysis. Cinerols A () and B () feature a rare 5-pyrrolo[1,2a]benzimidazole moiety, while cinerols C-G (-) are examples of rare meroterpene benzoxazoles. The cinerols are noncytotoxic to human melanoma A375 cells at the concentration of 32 μM; however, selected cinerols exhibit moderate inhibitory activity against on...

Bone Marrow Aspirate in Cystic Maxillofacial Bony Defects.

Autogenous or alloplastic bone grafts are routinely applied for reconstruction of cystic bone defects. Addition of mesenchymal bone marrow stem cell in osteoconductive alloplastic bone makes it osteoinductive and osteogenic. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the role of bone marrow aspirate in regenerating new bone with hydroxyapatite collagen scaffold in patients with large cystic maxillofacial defects. This prospective randomized study had random allocation of 15 patients with large cystic maxillo...

Ultrasensitive and Highly Compressible Piezoresistive Sensor Based on Polyurethane Sponge Coated with Cracked Cellulose Nanofibril/Silver Nanowire Layer.

With the rapid development of flexible wearable electronics, piezoresistive sensor with low detection limit and wide strain sensing range turn to be great challenges for its application in this field. Here, cracked cellulose nanofibril/silver nanowire (CA) layer coated polyurethane (PU) sponge was acquired through simple dip-coating process followed by pre-compression treatment. The electrical conductivity and mechanical property of the conductive CA@PU sponge could be effective tuned through changing the d...

Factors Associated With Acute Pain Estimation, Postoperative Pain Resolution, Opioid Cessation, and Recovery: Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial.

Acute postoperative pain is associated with the development of persistent postsurgical pain, but it is unclear which aspect is most estimable.

Beyond sequence homology: Cellular biology limits the potential of XIST to act as a miRNA sponge.

The sponging of microRNAs by a long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) away from their coding gene targets is a conceptually-simple, yet biologically-complex method of lncRNA-mediated gene regulation. Currently, predictions of genes that participate in sponge-based regulation are largely based on sequence homology alone, which may not adequately reflect the cellular environment in which lncRNA:miRNA pairs interact. The vast number of potential interactions generated by these predictions impedes the identification of f...


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