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Genes appear to play a role in development of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

.... Jill Ohar, professor of pulmonology and critical care medicine at Wake Forest Baptist, presented her findings at the 100th International Conference of the American Thoracic Society in Orlando, Fla., today (May 25). In her study, Ohar looked at more than 500 men and women age 40 and older who had smoked ...

Tigecycline - Candidate antibiotic produces 74 percent cure rate in cSSSI patients

...ered surgical procedures or innovations in patient care that are world firsts. OU Physicians serve as faculty at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and train the region's future physicians....

Tigecycline - antibiotic evaluated in surveillance trial

...eterminant of clinical outcomes in various patient care settings.(iii, iv) About IHMA IHMA, a clinical research and marketing consulting organization, specializes in infectious diseases. With its global network of affiliates, IHMA offers the most creative and comprehensive menu of products and serv...

Many physicians misperceive radiation risks to developing fetuses from X-rays and CT scans

Physicians who care for pregnant women perceive the risks to developing fetuses in early pregnancy from abdominal X-rays and CT scans to be unrealistically high, says a new study from researchers at the Hospital for Sick Children and the University of Toronto in Canada....

NPS Pharma and VIMAC Ventures locate at MaRS, a major new research and enterprise center in Toronto

...ted sciences research centers, over 22,000 medical care and research-related professionals, seven teaching hospitals and the University of Toronto's Faculty of Medicine, one of the largest in North America. Toronto location places tenants in one of North America's largest biomedical and biotechnology clu...

Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology

...ection is therefore important for managing patient care and for preventing nosocomial transmission," say the researchers. In the study, throat and nasal samples were collected from hospitalized patients in Vietnam. Researchers then tested for the SARS virus using a new one-step method, Loop-Mediated Iso...

Chronic respiratory symptoms prevalent among Alaska natives

...se differences are due to lack of access to health care or differences in diagnostic practices. Rather, we suspect there may be differences in environmental conditions that either increase risk or are protective for the children, and that these conditions vary within the region." Dr. Lewis notes that ch...

Wisconsin chemists find a new chink in TB's armor

...eveloped countries where TB is most common, health care is spotty and drug supplies are frequently inadequate. Kiessling and her colleagues, working with the support of the National Science Foundation, have detailed the workings of a key enzyme that the bacterium requires to maintain the integrity of its ...

Uncertainty in clinical tests raises health care costs

...l laboratory tests can add large amounts to health care costs, according to a newly released study commiss...etween $60 million and $199 million to U.S. health care costs annually. High calcium levels can be a symptom of diseases such as cancer and thyroid disorder...

For a male sand goby, playing 'Mr. Mom' is key to female's heart

... fish families worldwide that display some form of care for eggs or hatchlings. But in experiments reporte...nd gobies work harder at building nests and taking care of eggs when females are present the first time such "courtship parental care" has been documented ...

University of Michigan symposium charts course for the future of telemedicine

...lemedicine, which uses technology to bring medical care to people who are geographically separate from the...th continuing education, or meet with other health care professionals at a distance. The symposium "Future Directions for Telemedicine" takes place May 20-2...

John Alderete honored with 2004 William A. Hinton Award

...y addresses national and regional groups on health care and diversity issues. He is a longtime member of ASM's Minority Education Task Committee and serves on the Minority Business Resource Advisory Committee at the National Aeronautic and Space Administration. He lends his expertise to the National Scien...

Study identifies which patients can benefit from targeted lung cancer drug and why

... offers real hope in changing the course of cancer care and treatment."...

Genetic signature may predict recurrence in colon cancer patients

...editorial in the Journal. While the standard of care for patients with Dukes' B, or Stage II, colon cancer surgical resection of the diseased tissue is considered highly effective, up to 20-30 percent of these patients can later develop recurrence and die from the disease. Patients classified as Duke...

Brace therapy for osteoarthrisis, legal issues in TBI research, prosthetic fitting

...rical stimulation, laser treatment effective wound care therapies, pg 147 Article discusses the effect...Combined with conventional therapies such as daily care and wound excision, ES and laser treatment are effective in pressure ulcer and chronic wound care. W...

Sodium channel gene mutation identified in case of familial epilepsy

...translational research, which will benefit patient care in the long term," says Andrew Escayg, PhD, assist... disorders, we should be able to give more precise care to our patients, as well as give them better answers about their disorders," says Dr. Waddy. "And, w...

S.C. hospitals and universities form statewide health research collaborative

...ective treatment options, directly enhance quality care and outcomes for patients, thereby improving the health of South Carolinians," he continued. Pinckney cited the fact that South Carolina is disproportionately affected by stroke, cancer, heart disease, and diabetes when compared to other states. Ye...

Seabed secrets in English clay

...s of the past needs to be interpreted with greater care because details from sedimentary deposits, as Kenig and his colleagues found, suggest that these fossils may only represent end-member environments. ...

Clemson launches S.C. DNA Learning Center

...tic information they need to make informed health care choices. The center at Clemson will serve South Carolina, preparing students and families for the future." The S.C. center will be located in Jordan Hall on the Clemson campus. Robert E. Ballard, professor in biological sciences, will be director....

Clemson dedicates biotech research complex

...individuals when they need to make informed health care choices. The $27-million Biosystems Research Complex was built with the support of the South Carolina General Assembly. The complex includes 108,000 square feet of state-of-the-art laboratories and 40,000 square feet of climate-controlled greenho...

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