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Role of signaling pathway of long non-coding RNA growth arrest-specific transcript 5/microRNA-200c-3p/angiotensin converting enzyme 2 in the apoptosis of human lung epithelial cell A549 in acute respiratory distress syndrome.

To investigate whether long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) growth arrest-specific transcript 5 (GAS5)/microRNA-200c-3p/angiotensin converting enzyme 2(ACE2) involved in the regulation of the apoptosis of human lung epithelial cell A549 in acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). ARDS rat models were established and were divided into control, ARDS, ARDS+ pcDNA and ARDS+ pcDNA-GAS5 groups. Six hours after the establishment of ARDS rat model, arterial blood and lung tissues of the rats from the four groups were c...

Differences between Patients in Whom Physicians Agree and Disagree about the Diagnosis of ARDS.

Because the Berlin ARDS definition has only moderate reliability, physicians disagree about the diagnosis of ARDS in some patients. Understanding the clinical differences between patients with agreement and disagreement in the diagnosis of ARDS may provide insight into the epidemiology and pathophysiology of this syndrome, and inform strategies to improve reliability of ARDS diagnosis.

Early Intravascular Events are Associated with Development of ARDS.

The acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a devastating illness with limited therapeutic options. A better understanding of early biochemical and immunological events in ARDS could inform the development of new preventive and treatment strategies.

Allergy-related disorders (ARDs) among Ethiopian primary school-aged children: Prevalence and associated risk factors.

There has been a noticeable increase in the prevalence of allergy-related disorders (ARDs) in the modern era. Urbanization is believed to be a major environmental risk factor for the onset of ARDs but data from low- to middle-income countries is limited.

Extracorporeal CO Removal May Improve Renal Function of Patients with ARDS and Acute Kidney Injury.

Flow field characteristics and coal dust removal performance of an arc fan nozzle used for water spray.

Dust source that presents a ring shape is frequently observed in mining engineering. An arc fan nozzle used for water spray is designed to improve the dust removal efficiency. Based on a study of the spray field characteristics of an arc fan nozzle using volume of fluid (VOF) analysis, it is found that the section of arc fan flow gradually increases, and its mean width of the impact zone is 3.1 times that of the free jet zone. After leaving the guiding object, the central axis velocity of the arc fan flow r...

Evaluating organics removal performance from lagoon-pretreated swine wastewater in pilot-scale three-stage surface flow constructed wetlands.

Pilot-scale three-stage surface flow constructed wetlands (SFCWs) planted with Myriophyllum aquaticum were constructed to study the organics removal performance from lagoon-pretreated swine wastewater. The removal performance of organics in the SFCWs was evaluated using deterministic and probabilistic methods and the results were consistent. The SFCWs achieved a relatively high removal efficiency (79.0-82.7%) for a wide influent COD concentration range (456-1010 mg L). No significant difference (p >...

The role of β2 integrin associated heparin-binding protein release in ARDS.

PMNs (polymorphonuclear neutrophil) play important roles in early stage of inflammation induced ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome). Both HBP (Heparin-Binding Protein) released from active PMNs and β2 integrins on the surface of PMNs are involved in vascular leakage. The role and relationship of HBP and β2 integrins on ARDS still requires study.

Berberine alleviates endothelial glycocalyx degradation and promotes glycocalyx restoration in LPS-induced ARDS.

In the pathogenesis of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), an increase in vascular endothelial permeability may trigger pulmonary edema and ultimately lead to respiratory failure. Endothelial glycocalyx damage is an important factor that causes an increase in vascular endothelial permeability. Berberine (BBR) is an isoquinoline alkaloid extracted from Coptis chinensis, a plant used in traditional Chinese medicine that exerts multiple pharmacological effects. In this study, pretreatment with BBR inhi...

Conditioning of human salivary flow using a visual cue for sour candy.

Although the "mouthwatering" to sight, smell, or thought of food is commonly accepted in food and nutrition research, the concept of mouthwatering and human salivary flow conditioning is not well accepted in salivary research. The objective of this study was to revisit whether human salivary flow could be classically conditioned to a previously neutral stimulus.

Rapidly improving acute respiratory distress syndrome in therapeutic randomized controlled trials.

Observational studies suggest that some patients meeting criteria for acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) no longer fulfill the oxygenation criterion early in the course of their illness. This subphenotype of rapidly improving ARDS has not been well characterized. We attempted to assess the prevalence, characteristics and outcomes of rapidly improving ARDS and to identify which variables are useful to predict it.

Acute Respiratory Failure.

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a condition affecting critically ill patients, characterized by pulmonary inflammation and defects in oxygenation due to either direct or indirect injury to the lungs. These guidelines will define the diagnosis and management of ARDS, particularly among combat casualties and patients in the deployed environment. The cornerstone of management of ARDS involves maintaining adequate oxygenation while avoiding further pulmonary injury through lung-protective ventilat...

Latent class analysis of ARDS subphenotypes: a secondary analysis of the statins for acutely injured lungs from sepsis (SAILS) study.

Using latent class analysis (LCA), we have consistently identified two distinct subphenotypes in four randomized controlled trial cohorts of ARDS. One subphenotype has hyper-inflammatory characteristics and is associated with worse clinical outcomes. Further, within three negative clinical trials, we observed differential treatment response by subphenotype to randomly assigned interventions. The main purpose of this study was to identify ARDS subphenotypes in a contemporary NHLBI Network trial of infection-...

Process bioengineering applied to BTEX degradation in microaerobic treatment systems.

The effect of different microaeration flow rates and dosing points, and of effluent recirculation, on microaerobic BTEX degradation in an anaerobic bioreactor was assessed. Additionally, a sensitivity and recovery analysis for this system was performed during microaeration failure simulations. Under anaerobic conditions, BTEX removal efficiencies between 55 and 82% were achieved depending on the compound, being benzene the most recalcitrant one. Microaeration (0.5-2.0 mL air min) ensured high removal effi...

Biological CNP removal from meat-processing wastewater in an innovative high rate up-flow AO bioreactor.

A high rate up-flow anaerobic, anoxic and oxic (AO) bioreactor was designed and operated for meat-processing wastewater (MPW) treatment as a single cost-effective system with the aim of simultaneous CNP removal. The influence of three essential factors, HRT, COD/TN ratio and aerated volume fraction on the reactor performance was assessed using response surface methodology (RSM). The required HRT to reach 98.5% COD removal was achieved at 7.5 h. Simultaneous CNP removal under denitrification rate of 199.4...

Removal of chlorpyrifos in recirculating vertical flow constructed wetlands with five wetland plant species.

The removal efficiency of the pesticide chlorpyrifos (50 and 500 μg L) by five wetland plant species (Cyperus alternifolius, Canna indica, Iris pseudacorus, Juncus effusus and Typha orientalis) was studied in recirculating vertical flow constructed wetland systems (RVFCWs). Results reveal that for chlorpyrifos at different concentrations, good removal efficiencies (94-98%) were observed using the same plant systems, while no significant differences in removal efficiencies were seen between the differen...

Health care utilization and the cost of posttraumatic acute respiratory distress syndrome care.

Posttraumatic acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is associated with prolonged mechanical ventilation and longer hospitalizations. The relationship between posttraumatic ARDS severity and financial burden has not been previously studied. We hypothesized that increasing ARDS severity is associated with incrementally higher health care costs.

Effect of temperature on nitrogen removal and biological mechanism in an up-flow microaerobic sludge reactor treating wastewater rich in ammonium and lack in carbon source.

Previous study has demonstrated that microaerobic process is effective in nitrogen removal from the wastewater with high ammonium and low carbon to nitrogen ratio. In the microaerobic system, synergistic action of anammox, ammonia oxidizing bacteria (AOB), nitrite oxidizing bacteria (NOB) and denitrifiers was the key issues to remove nitrogen from the wastewater rich in ammonium. Temperature has a significant effect on specific growth rate and activity of various nitrogen removal functional bacteria. In thi...

Inflammatory and Fibrinolytic System in Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome.

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is the most advanced form of acute lung injury (ALI). This is characterized by bilateral pulmonary infiltrates and severe hypoxemia. According to Berlin definition of ARDS, this is defined based on the timings, radiographic changes, edema formation, and severity on the PaO/FiO ratio. During ARDS, the loss of integrity of the epithelium causes the septic shock. The degree of epithelial injury is the major prognostic marker of ARDS. In addition to this, inflammatory ...

Poly-l-lysine modified cryogels for efficient bilirubin removal from human plasma.

In this study, poly-l-lysine (PLL) immobilized PHEMA cryogel was designed for the specific bilirubin removal from human plasma. The surface of PHEMA cryogels is surrounded by PLL chains to enhance specific binding of bilirubin molecules via specific complementary electrostatic interactions. The functionalization of the PHEMA cryogel was carried out by direct coupling of PLL to pre-activated OH-group of the HEMA alcohol units via carbodiimide activation. Prior to removal of bilirubin from human plasma, the o...

Unilateral pulmonary artery agenesis: An unusual cause of unilateral ARDS.

Unilateral pulmonary artery agenesis (UPAA) is a rare malformation that can present as an isolated anomaly or may be associated with certain congenital cardiac anomalies, such as tetralogy of Fallot, atrial septal defect, coarctation of aorta, right aortic arch, truncus arteriosus and pulmonary atresia. Clinical presentation is non-specific which makes the diagnosis elusive; chronic dyspnea, hemoptysis or recurrent infections are the most common manifestations. Patients may remain asymptomatic until adultho...

Novel Dual Lumen Catheter and Filtration Device for Removal of Subarachnoid hemorrhage: First Case Report.

The amount of subarachnoid blood and the presence of toxic blood breakdown products in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) have long been associated with poor outcomes in aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. The Neurapheresis™ system (Minnetronix Inc, St. Paul, Minnesota) has been developed to filter CSF and remove blood products, and is being investigated for safety and feasibility in the ExtracorPoreal FILtration of subarachnoid hemorrhage via SpinaL CAtheteR (PILLAR) study. We report the first case using this...

Nitrogen removal performance and functional genes distribution patterns in solid-phase denitrification sub-surface constructed wetland with micro aeration.

An up-flow vertical flow constructed wetland (AC-VFCW) filled with ceramsite and 5% external carbon source poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-hydroxyvalerate) (PHBV) as substrate was set for nitrogen removal with micro aeration. Simultaneous nitrification and denitrification process was observed with 90.4% NH-N and 92.1% TN removal efficiencies. Nitrification and denitrification genes were both preferentially enriched on the surface of PHBV. Nitrogen transformation along the flow direction showed that NH-N was oxidized...

Honokiol protects pulmonary microvascular endothelial barrier against lipopolysaccharide-induced ARDS partially via the Sirt3/AMPK signaling axis.

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is characterized by acute hypoxemia with diffuse alveolar damage and increased pulmonary microvascular permeability. Honokiol (HKL), the principal active ingredient of Chinese herb magnolia officinalis, protected the lung of experimental ARDS models via attenuation of inflammation and oxidative stress. However, whether HKL has protective effects against the dysfunction of pulmonary microvascular endothelial barrier and the potential mechanisms remain unclear.

Survival predictors in elderly patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome: a prospective observational cohort study.

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) has a high mortality rate in intensive care units (ICU). The elderly patients remain to be increased of ICU patients. The aim is to investigate the survival predictors of elderly patients with ARDS. We reported a prospective observational cohort research, including the patients with ARDS between October 2012 and May 2015. Demographic, comorbidities, severity, lung mechanics, laboratory data and survival outcomes were analyzed. A total of 463 patients with ARDS were...

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