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Interaction of Alt a 1 with SLC22A17 in the airway mucosa.

Despite all the efforts made up to now, the reasons that facilitate a protein becoming an allergen have not been elucidated yet. Alt a 1 protein is the major fungal allergen responsible for chronic asthma, but little is known about its immunological activity. Our main purpose was to investigate the ligand-dependent interactions of Alt a 1 in the human airway epithelium.


IL33/ST2 contributes to airway remodeling via p-JNK MAPK/STAT3 signaling pathway in OVA-induced allergic airway inflammation in mice.

Airway remodeling, which encompasses structural changes in airway is a main feature of asthma. Interleukin-33 (IL-33) has been reported to be a vital cytokine in airway remodeling in asthma, but the underlying mechanisms are not clear yet. This study focused on discussing the role of IL-33 in airway remodeling in asthma.

Coincident airway exposure to low-potency allergen and cytomegalovirus sensitizes for allergic airway disease by viral activation of migratory dendritic cells.

Despite a broad cell-type tropism, cytomegalovirus (CMV) is an evidentially pulmonary pathogen. Predilection for the lungs is of medical relevance in immunocompromised recipients of hematopoietic cell transplantation, in whom interstitial CMV pneumonia is a frequent and, if left untreated, fatal clinical manifestation of human CMV infection. A conceivable contribution of CMV to airway diseases of other etiology is an issue that so far attracted little medical attention. As the route of primary CMV infection...


ITGB4 deficiency induces senescence of airway epithelial cells through p53 activation.

Aging is characterized by a progressive loss of physiological integrity, leading to impaired organ function and, ultimately, increased vulnerability to death. Many complex diseases are related to aging, including asthma. In the lung, the airway epithelium serves as the first barrier to prevent the access of inspired external stimuli and dictates the initial stress responses. Notably, in the airway mucosa of asthma patients an increase of senescent airway epithelial cells has been detected. Although it has b...

Prehospital Airway Management in Iraq and Afghanistan: A Descriptive Analysis.

Airway failures are the second leading cause of potentially preventable death on the battlefield. Improvements in airway management depend on identifying current challenges. We sought to build on previously reported data on prehospital, combat airway management.

Common Pediatric Airway Disorders.

Pediatric airway disorders may be congenital (anatomical) or acquired (infectious) and may involve the upper, lower, or entire airway, with obstruction being a common feature. The pathophysiology of upper airway obstruction in infants, children, and adolescents is distinctly different due to the anatomic differences that evolve with growth. Accordingly, clinical presentation and consequences of airway obstruction vary by age. This article reviews the common upper airway disorders by age with a review of cla...

Rectal Mucosa Graft Take in Staged Urethroplasty.

When an oral mucosa graft (OMG) is not a viable option for urethroplasty, colonic mucosa grafts have served as a promising alternative since described by Igor A. Thyrmos in 1902. In previous studies, colonic mucosa graft retrieval required sigmoid resection which limited adoption of this technique. We previously described the success of a minimally-invasive transanal endoscopic microsurgical (TEM) technique of rectal mucosa graft harvest for urethroplasty. Here, we pictorially demonstrate the take of a tran...

Mitochondrial regulation of airway smooth muscle functions in health and pulmonary diseases.

Mitochondria are important for airway smooth muscle physiology due to their diverse yet interconnected roles in calcium handling, redox regulation, and cellular bioenergetics. Increasing evidence indicates that mitochondria dysfunction is intimately associated with airway diseases such as asthma, IPF and COPD. In these pathological conditions, increased mitochondrial ROS, altered bioenergetics profiles, and calcium mishandling contribute collectively to changes in cellular signaling, gene expression, and ul...

The pediatric airway: Historical concepts, new findings, and what matters.

New observations from novel imaging techniques regarding the anatomy, dimensions, and shape of the pediatric airway have emerged and provide insight for potential changes in the clinical management of the airway in infants and children. These new findings are challenging the historical concepts of a funnel-shaped upper airway with the cricoid ring as the narrowest dimension. Although these tenets have been accepted and used to guide clinical practice in airway management, there are limited clinical investig...

Biodegradable airway stents: Novel treatment of airway obstruction in children.

Tracheobronchomalacia is the most common cause of congenital airway obstruction in infants. An alternative for surgical approach (aortopexy) can be metallic airway stents. Usually, they are not considered as a first choice because of the relatively high risk of complications. Recent years have brought encouraging reports of biodegradable stents applied in children.

The Effectiveness of An Averaged Airway Model in Predicting the Airflow and Particle Transport Through the Airway.

In this study, we proposed an averaged airway model design based on four healthy subjects and numerically evaluated its effectiveness for predicting the airflow and particle transport through an airway.

The Laminin Interactome: A Multifactorial Laminin-Binding Strategy by Nontypeable Haemophilus influenzae for Effective Adherence and Colonization.

Laminin is a well-defined component of the airway basement membrane (BM). Efficient binding of laminin via multiple interactions is important for nontypeable Haemophilusinfluenzae (NTHi) colonization in the airway mucosa. Here we identified elongation factor thermo-unstable (EF-Tu), L-lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), Protein D and peptidoglycan-associated lipoprotein P6 as novel laminin-binding proteins (Lbps) of NTHi. In parallel with other well-studied Lbps (P4, PE, PF and Hap), EF-Tu, LDH, PD and P6 exhibite...

Airflow limitation in a collapsible model of the human pharynx: physical mechanisms studied with fluid-structure interaction simulations and experiments.

The classical Starling Resistor model has been the paradigm of airway collapse in obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) for the last 30 years. Its theoretical framework is grounded on the wave-speed flow limitation (WSFL) theory. Recent observations of negative effort dependence in OSA patients violate the predictions of the WSFL theory. Fluid-structure interaction (FSI) simulations are emerging as a technique to quantify how the biomechanical properties of the upper airway determine the shape of the pressure-flow...

An alternative method for airway management with combined tracheal intubation and rigid bronchoscope.

An innovative technique for airway management, utilizing a small diameter, short-cuffed, orotracheal tube for assisting rigid bronchoscopy in critical airway obstruction is reported. The device, part of Translaryngeal Tracheostomy KIT, was placed beyond the stenosis and used in combination with the rigid bronchoscope. This procedure improves safety during the management of critical tracheal stenoses, because the airway is constantly under the anesthesiologist's control. Consequently, inhalation anesthesia i...

Airway management with a supraglottic airway for laparoscopic surgery: Does device selection matter?

Preparation for and Management of "Failed" Laryngoscopy and/or Intubation.

An airway manager's primary objective is to provide a path to oxygenation. This can be achieved by means of a facemask, a supraglottic airway, or a tracheal tube. If one method fails, an alternative approach may avert hypoxia. We cannot always predict the difficulties with each of the methods, but these difficulties may be overcome by an alternative technique. Each unsuccessful attempt to maintain oxygenation is time lost and may incrementally increase the risk of hypoxia, trauma, and airway obstruction nec...

Management of Pediatric Airway in Anesthesia.

Airway management is a major competence of clinical anesthesia. Knowledge of available materials and skills in the use of specific methods and techniques are essential and should be trained routinely. In 2011 the scientific working group in pediatric anesthesia (WAKKA) of the German Society for anesthesia and intensive care medicine (DGAI) published a treatment recommendation for the management of the unexpected difficult pediatric airway. Furthermore, a recommendation for the management of the expected dif...

A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Learners' Decision-making, Anxiety, and Task Load During a Simulated Airway Crisis Using Two Difficult Airway Aids.

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) difficult airway algorithm and the Vortex approach are difficult airway aids. Our objective was to demonstrate that a simpler cognitive model would facilitate improved decision-making during a process such as difficult airway management. We hypothesized the simpler Vortex approach would be associated with less anxiety and task load.

On the functional compartmentalization of the normal middle ear. Morpho-histological modelling parameters of its mucosa.

Middle ear physiology includes both sound pressure transmission and homeostasis of its static air pressure. Pressure gradients are continuously created by gas exchange over the middle ear mucosa as well as by ambient pressure variations. Gas exchange models require actual values for regional mucosa thickness, blood vessel density, and diffusion distance. Such quantitative data have been scarce and limited to few histological samples from the tympanic cavity (TC) and the antrum. However, a detailed regional ...

Altered mucosa-associated microbiota in the ileum and colon of neonatal calves in response to delayed first colostrum feeding.

The present study investigated whether delaying the first feeding of colostrum affected ileum and colon mucosa-associated microbiota in calves. Twenty-seven male Holstein calves were randomly assigned to 1 of 3 groups, fed colostrum at 45 min, 6 h, and 12 h after birth, respectively. Ileum and colon mucosa were collected at 51 h after birth, and their associated microbial profiles were assessed using amplicon sequencing. Both ileum and colon mucosa-associated microbiota were predominated by genus Escherichi...

Bronchoscopic Ablative Therapies for Malignant Central Airway Obstruction and Peripheral Lung Tumors.

Bronchoscopic ablative therapies have been safely and successfully applied for the palliation of malignant central airway obstruction and have the potential for treating inoperable peripheral lung tumors. Proper understanding of technology-tissue interaction allows clinicians to optimize tissue effects, avoid intraoperative complications, predict response to therapy and potential adverse events. This article reviews the basic mechanisms of action and clinical data on bronchoscopic ablation using laser, elec...

Airway Pressure Monitoring May Improve Small Airway Flow, Hemodynamics, and Tissue Oxygenation.

Intra-operative difficult airway identification and critical airway communication: how effective are we?: A retrospective review of 6318 cases.

Induction of airway remodeling and persistent cough by repeated citric acid exposure in a guinea pig cough model.

A previous study involving guinea pigs showed that repeated cough could increase peripheral airway smooth muscle area, which can also aggravate cough. The airway pathologic changes produced by prolonged cough are still unknown.

Increasing preoperative apnea severity improves upper airway stimulation response in OSA treatment.

Examine the patient characteristics of those undergoing upper airway stimulation (UAS) for the treatment of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)-refractive obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) at a tertiary care medical center to determine objective clinical predictors of success.


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