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Paloma Pharmaceuticals Presents at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Meeting

... and retinal scaring from retinal detachment in animal disease models --- JAMAICA PLAIN, ... Sherris. "A frequent complication of retinal detachment is the induction of cell proliferation, often ... the intraretinal proliferation induced by detachment and subsequently reduces subretinal glial scar ...

Staff Training Reduces Postpartum Bleeding, Episiotomies

... uterus and stop uterine bleeding. If the uterus fails to contract after detachment of the placenta, or ruptures or tears in the uterus and other tissues ... placenta and bring on uterine contractions that stop bleeding following detachment of the placenta were also taught. The opinion leaders also then trained ...

Is RTA a new potential option for the treatment of hydatid cysts?

... and 1.57 cm for lung, was also seen. The endocyst remained attached to the pericystium both in hepatic and lung cysts, with small and focal de novo detachment in just 3/9 hepatic cysts. Finally, after treatment, the authors found immediate volume reduction of the cysts of at least 65%. The research was ...

Study Reiterates Eye Risks Linked to Flomax

... surgery, 284 of the men had a serious complication. Of these, 175 underwent another operation because of a lost lens or lens fragment, 35 had retinal detachment and 26 had both complications. An additional 100 had suspected inflammation within or around the eye. Flomax is often prescribed to treat an ...

BioRay's CytoFlora Reduces Digestive and Behavioral Issues in Autistic Children

... a variety of symptoms, including food sensitivities, yellow teeth, hyperactivity, lethargy, irrational behavior, constipation, diarrhea, anxiety, detachment from their environment, and an inability to communicate verbally and nonverbally. After 21 days on CytoFlora, scores on the Autism Treatment ...

Dr. Gunther von Hagens 'HUMAN SAGA' Project Presents Sexuality and Reproduction in New Exhibit, The Cycle of Life.

... and vitality. Dr. von Hagens, who has long been viewed as a transgressive scientist, deals with the subject under his purview with clinical detachment as well as with the relish of an impassioned teacher. In presenting the sex and reproductive plastinates, he says: "It is the most human of all human ...

Stressed Health Care Workers Battle 'Compassion Fatigue'

... It's an emotional detachment that can have an impact on patients, experts say FRIDAY, April 10 (HealthDay News) -- A type of emotional burnout called "compassion ...

NeuroVasx Receives CE Mark for cPAX Aneurysm Treatment System

... more complete filling of the aneurysm using fewer devices and provide the physician the ability to detach the device at any point versus a fixed detachment zone common to platinum coils. The polymeric material also allows for non-invasive CT and MRI scans free of metallic artifact for a more accurate ...

Quality of life may impact coping strategies of young women with breast cancer

... strategies in younger women changed over time. Seeking social support, spirituality, wishful thinking, and making changes decreased over time and detachment increased. Positive cognitive restructuring (reinterpreting something stressful as positive or helpful) was the most frequently used coping strategy ...

FDA Grants NeoVista's Request to Utilize Novel Wet AMD Treatment in Compassionate Case

... later injections of anti-VEGF agents. Her right eye was following a parallel course, with advanced vision loss due to an enlarging exudative retinal detachment caused by wet AMD. Because of the similarity in the appearance of the two eyes and the failure of prior therapies to successfully treat the left eye, ...

Protective Eyewear Key to Sports Safety

... protective eyewear or that injuries are uncommon." Examples of sports-related eye injuries include corneal abrasions, eyelid bruising, retinal detachment and internal bleeding. Consequences can include infection and vision loss, and people who've suffered eye injuries have an increased risk of ...

Soy compound may halt spread of prostate cancer

... a very promising chemopreventive drug. Bergan and his team have previously demonstrated in prostate cancer cell cultures that genistein inhibits detachment of cancer cells from a primary prostate tumor and represses cell invasion. It does this by blocking activation of p38 MAP kinases, molecules which ...

TeamStaff Hires Jeff Davis as Director of Operations for Government Solutions Subsidiary

... TeamStaff GS, Mr. Davis served as a Division Head and Navy Instructor for the Navy Supply Corps School as well as Division Officer and Logistics detachment Officer for the USS Ronald Reagan Aircraft carrier. About TeamStaff, Inc. Headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey, TeamStaff serves clients ...

High Levels of Stress After 9/11 Raised Heart Disease Risk

... survey before the 9/11 attacks. After the attacks, the people took another online survey about their stress responses, such as anxiety, feelings of detachment from oneself or the world, or re-experiencing the event. They were later surveyed each year about their health for three years. The researchers ...

Photo: KFC Colonel Original and Look-a-Like Share Eye Treatment Success Story

... on visual function, the Helen Keller researchers showed that the benefit of surgery justified its consideration in the context of improved retinal detachment prevention methods and advances in instrument miniaturization. Just as in cataract surgery, a no- stitch method is now often possible with small ...

TriWest Contributes $10,000 to Operation Cares for South Dakota's Military Families

... said. "We are grateful to TriWest for this contribution, which can help make life easier to bear for Guard members and their families." Members of detachment 48, Operational Support Airlift Command, South Dakota Army National Guard at Rapid City were recently notified they will soon deploy for a six-to-12 ...

GrantAdler Shipping Novel Implantable Vascular Access Port

... 2) Catheter kinking, pinch-off, and breakage 3) Assembly problems with the small clips and locks used with other port systems 4) Catheter detachment from the port body (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20070921/AQF039 ) "When clinicians first see Rhapsody, they immediately recognize ...

Experiments Get Close to 'Out-of-Body' Experience

... , offer what experts call a plausible neurological explanation for these uncanny events. An "out-of-body" experience is the feeling of corporal detachment and of looking at your own body from some distance, and it may arise when various sensory systems or "modalities" -- vision, touch and the sense of ...

Two Australian Teenagers Sentenced to Life for Murder

... others in custody if allowed to continue their dark and enmeshed relationship. "They planned the murder with calmness, consideration, emotional detachment and the desire to have the experience of killing someone," he said. Judge Reynolds said that while drugs "formed an integral part of their ...

Surgeons Perform Nasal Reconstruction for War Veteran Using His Own Body Parts

... were compelled to minimize risk of scarring, as any scar tissue would contrast sharply with his dark skin. Among the many procedures was the detachment on Dec. 20 of a forehead flap of skin that now makes up the outer skin of the new nose. The flap was first carved in upside-down profile on the ...

Genetics Plays A Crucial Role In Preemies' Destructive Eye Disease

... grams (2.75 pounds), and 93 percent in those born less than 750 grams (1.6 pounds). Despite early detection and intervention, ROP may lead to retinal detachment and blindness. In an attempt to treat ROP, researchers have sought significant factors, such as too much oxygen, that contribute to the disease. The ...

A treat for nurses who chip in with tender loving care!

... done among patients revealed that many patients were aghast that most nurses who attended to them were hardly courteous and seemed to have an air of detachment from chores that seem menial when compared to administrative jobs which they seemed to be happier attending to. In the light of such a grim ...

Labs around the World to Join Hands to Detect Bird Flu

... of Defence global emerging infections surveillance and response system in Maryland and David Blazes of the US naval medical research centre detachment in Peru, called on the international community to use a disease monitoring network set up by the US military as a model for the global network. Other ...

RPB grants $7.9 Million Towards Research

... identified with laser surgery’s development which is utilized to treat conditions like astigmatism, macular degeneration, myopia, glaucoma, retinal detachment and retinopathy. ...

Placenta Problems In Pregnancy Linked To Early Heart Disease

... diagnosed about 75,000 women with 'maternal placental syndrome' that include suffering from high-blood pressure during pregnancy, premature detachment of the placenta from the wall of the uterus, causing bleeding or an area of dead tissue in the placenta due to blocked circulation in the area. ...

knowledge of proliferative sickle cell retinopathy can help Prevent eye trauma

... the principal contributor to visual loss, but the patients remain asymptomatic unless traumatic complications such as vitreous hemorrhage or retinal detachment (RD) occur. A recent study, to be published in the November issue of Ophthalmology, details a longitudinal study done over 20 years to describe ...

Genetic Cause For Farsightedness Discovered

... which is located beneath the retina and helps maintain photoreceptors, the eye's light-detecting cells. Blindness occurs when these cells die after detachment of the retina from the RPE. Researchers hope the information gained from his study will open doors to correcting other types of severe ...

Periodontal disease and oral cancer may be linked

... of the tissue surrounding and supporting the teeth. The participants of the study where divided into two groups, depending on the measure of gum detachment from the teeth, an indicator of the presence of periodontal disease. They were then observed for the// presence of oral tumors, precancerous lesions ...

Cooling treatment for newborn asphyxia

... prevent the complications caused by asphyxia. Asphyxia can be caused by a number of factors, including an obstruction to the baby's blood supply or detachment of the placenta, however, in many cases the cause cannot be identified. On the strength of these studies, researchers from hospitals and other ...
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