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Fibrinogen may Inhibit Spinal Cord Regeneration

... hemorrhagic stroke, where blood vessels break and bleed into the brain. She added that such a therapeutic approach wouldnt interfere with fibrinogens essential role in coagulation, because its blood-clotting mechanism depends on binding with a different receptor....

Four Organ Transplants Dont Help, Canadian Teenager Dies

...erial veneous malformation in the bowel that would bleed out, causing damage to his stomach and liver. On Aug.1, 2006, he received a new liver, pancreas, stomach and bowel during a 12-hour surgery requiring a team of more than eight specialists at Toronto General Hospital. Doctors held out little hope th...

Deadly Virus Hits Popular Lake in US

...ut is apparently harmless to humans. Infected fish bleed to death. There is no known treatment for either the fish or the infested body of water. Fishing enthusiast Dick Koerner, Neenah, is worried about what the virus could mean to Lake Winnebagos vulnerable sturgeon population. He was at a meeting of a...

Common Pain Killer may Reduce the Risk of Brain Damage in Premature Babies

...very small and hardly perceptible, other times the bleed causes tremendous brain damage. With funding fr...ding of new, but very delicate, blood vessels that bleed more easily than established blood vessels. The team used celecoxib to hit down the production of co...

Period Eliminating Pills

...iew that women taking birth control pills need not bleed the fact that they do bleed is not true period. They also opine that the new pill needs to research to finds its long term effec...

Sunburnt Holiday-makers Boost Their Chances of Fatal Skin Cancer

...," she said. "If a mole gets inflamed or starts to bleed or itch, then get it checked out. But it’s also important to remember that any of these signs don't necessarily mean you have melanoma." SunSmart campaign manager Rebecca Russell, said: "This year the campaign is focusing on holiday-makers because ...

RVF Outbreak Kills 148 in Kenya

...d animals, causes victims to abort, vomit blood or bleed to death. "We have spent over 100 million Kenya shillings ($1.42 million) so far to provide the necessary medicine. We have vaccinated 2 million cows and quarantined them. We are also distributing mosquito nets," Kenya government spokesman Alfred M...

Advances Have Cut Combat Deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan

...In addition to saving soldiers who would otherwise bleed to death, the rapid response provided by these teams sets the stage for further damage control, surgery, and rehabilitation. Once their condition has stabilized, casualties are efficiently and systematically transferred to the next level of care and...

Does Treatment of Fibroids Guarantee Fertility ?

...limited to hysterectomy, because the patient would bleed extensively if an attempt was made to merely remove the fibroids.' says Jay Goldberg, M.D., MSCP, lead author and director of the Jefferson Fibroid Center at Thomas Jefferson University. 'In this particular case though, hysterectomy was not an option...

Stroke Linked to High Pollution Levels

... and death is comparatively longer than that for a bleed into the brain. Environmental epidemiologist Dr Shin Yamazaki, of Kyoto University, said: "One possibility is the interval from stroke onset to death is much longer, or much more variable, for ischaemic stroke than for intracerebral haemorrhage. ...

Extra Vaginal Bleed After ‘C’ Section Can be Prevented By Contraceptive Pils

... bleeding, which was followed by a stopping of the bleed after three cycles of treatment, while in the case of the 11th woman; she had experienced normal menstrual bleeding after three additional cycles. The researchers explaining that they aren't yet sure as to how the treatment works, said that they ar...

36 Patients Die due to Hospital Medication Blunders

... was already taking. The interaction might cause a bleed which would be severe,' she said. The 'excellent' trusts list included Airedale NHS Trust and Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, both in Yorkshire, and Guy's and St Thomas's NHS Foundation Trust in London. The 'weak' trusts list included South...

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever hits Turkey

...ivirus drugs and platelet replacement, victims can bleed to death. No vaccine against the disease has been found so far.It causes dizziness, high fever, muscle pain and vomiting. In severe cases, a body rash and bleeding from the bowels and gums, often accompanied by hepatitis and pulmonary failure, foll...

Treatment of Endometriosis in the Pipeline

...f red blood cells (RBCs) from the monthly internal bleed is the cause of endometriosis. But further studies are essential to understand the cause of endometriosis among the high risk women....

Vitamin D prevents development of gum disease

...ses the gums to swell up as well as causes them to bleed easily when they are gently touched. However, the study's lead author, Dr. Thomas Dietrich of Boston University's Goldman School of Dental Medicine cautions against consuming vitamin D supplements or getting excess sunlight as it is too early to tell...

Leeches help in tissue transfer

... from the tissue. The bite marks then continued to bleed out another 20ml to 50ml afterwards. In this therapy doctors felt that this is effective in reducing the amount of obstruction in tissue transplants and can eliminate the need for a second tissue transfer....

Antidepressants increase gastric bleeding

...epressants increase the risk of a gastrointestinal bleed in older patients. The selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are a group of antidepressants which are very widely prescribed.They are preferred over older drugs because they are relatively free of side effects.// But, as Researchers at Otta...

Periodontitis a common problem in patients with arthritis

...eriodontal disease, such as red, swollen gums that bleed easily. The earlier you detect periodontal disease and treat it, the better off you are."...

Antidepressants increase gastric bleeding

...epressants increase the risk of a gastrointestinal bleed in older patients. The selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are a group of antidepressants which are very widely prescribed. They are preferred over older drugs because they are relatively free of side effects. But, as Researchers at Ottaw...

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