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Use Of Surfectant Therapy Widens Gap In Death Rate Of Black And White Newborns

...niversity School of Medicine shows that theoverall drop is due exclusively to a reduced number of deaths i...fants inthe study dropped 16 percent. However, the drop was traced to a 41 percentdecrease in the death rate of premature white infants. The researchersfoun...

Postmature Infants Not As Easily Calmed As Other Newborns

...While the babies were videotaped, they receivedone drop of solution every 10 seconds for five minutes and werethen observed. After tasting the sugar solution, the postmature infants showedsignificantly more trembling than did the normal-term infants.For example, during the five-minute period in which they...

New Drug For Parkinson's Disease Proves Effective, Study Finds

... cause lightheadedness resulting from a noticeable drop in blood pressure when a patient stands up. Dr. Kieburtz says that's probably because the drug targets the specific dopamine receptor involved in Parkinson's disease more precisely. "Pramipexole dihydrochloride had a very good tolerability and s...

Researchers Finding May Boost Effectiveness Of Anti-HIV Drugs

...rapy is very effective --whose blood levels of HIV drop to undetectable levels using very sensitivetechniques -- studies have shown that when they stop taking the drugs, the viruscomes back. That means there must be sanctuaries where the virus can live andhide out." Kim and his colleagues in the d...

Hospitals Discourage Consumer Questioning Of Bills, Study Suggests

... had only a 67% satisfaction rate, whichwas a 5.6% drop from the previous year. The study, "Averting Expected Challenges Through Anticipatory ImpressionManagement: A Study of Hospital Billing," was written by Dr. Elsbach, Dr. RobertI. Sutton of Stanford University, and Dr. Kristine E. Principe, formerly o...

Exercise, Classroom Instruction Cut Kids' Cholesterol, Study Finds

...arolina." The UNC-CH study showed a larger drop in blood fats than previous work,she said, possibly because physical activity among middle-schoolers tested was more sustained andvigorous. Participating schools were located in Brunswick, Harnett and Warrencounties. Researchers chose those c...

Health Risk To "Cigarette Babies" Is Neglected, Duke Scientist Charges

...ess damage if its bloodstreamlevels are allowed to drop periodically, allowing the fetal brain to "recover"from the chemical insult. Thus, for example, he recommends removing the patch atnight. Slotkin said his research clearly indicates the advantage of suchtreatment during the first trimester. "...

Six Football Players Died In 1997 Season: New Study

...njuries in practices or in games.Mueller said. The drop in deaths directly attributable to football resulted fromrule changes adopted in 1976 that prohibited using the head as the first pointof contact. Shorter practices and non-contact drills during which players don't wearhelmets can help preven...

Study Shows Efavirenz Promising In Treating Pediatric HIV Infection: Leads To Approval Of New Drug For Testing HIV-Infected Children

... study will be important to determine if the drop in viral load is long-lasting and if the regimen will be well tolerated in children over time. The study co-chair is Courtney Fletcher, Pharm.D., University of ...

Human Patient Simulator Assists Training Physicians In New Drug

...nt. With this training, the physician can accept a drop in heart rate,knowing it will come back in a minute or two." Murray was one of several instructors who taught physicians the properway to use the drug. He reports that a human patient simulator helps trainphysicians as it reacts in real time...

Physicians Slow To Adopt Newer Drugs For Atrial Fibrillation

... Stafford says. "It'sinteresting to note that the drop in usage of class IA sinus rhythm agents afterproblems were reported was much more dramatic than the rate at which newermedications have been adopted. It appears that physicians react more quickly toreports of toxic reactions than they do to news of...

This Week's Forecast May Be A Heart Attack

...se 30 percent. Similarly, an 18° F (10° C) drop in temperature was associated with a 38percent increased risk of recurrent heart attack, which is about three timeshigher than a person's risk of having a first attack. The study was not designed to determine the reason that changes in temperatureand...

UI Researcher Determines Vital Sign Norms For Cesarean Section Procedure

... it is quite normal for blood pressures inwomen to drop or increase dramatically during cesarean sections. Using records of 1,300 women who had cesarean sections, Franklin Dexter, M.D.,Ph.D., UI associate professor of anesthesia, and Duke researchers sought toestablish how vital signs changed during such ...

Essential 'Allergy Feedback Loop' Discovered By Hopkins

...ors oncertain immune cells plummeted alongside the drop in IgE, like two rocks rollingdown the same hill. Together, the decreases stanched the allergic cascade,preventing symptoms in patients in clinical trials of the drug. Continuing this work in the current study, the team discovered that whenpa...

Kidney Transplant Recipients Require Less Long-Term Care If They Receive Well-Matched Donor Organs

...at the long-term cost of caring for patients could drop dramaticallyif more received kidneys closely resembling their own organs. Doctors are debating the importance of transplanting organs whosesurface proteins are identical to a patient's other organs. Previous studiessuggested that multiple di...

Sniffing Out The Promise Of Anti-Angiogenesis Therapy

... with anintranasal solution administered as a nose drop of IM862. They found that 37percent of the patients showed a major response-either complete resolution ofthe KS lesions (4 patients) or partial reduction in tumor size (9patients)-within six weeks of beginning treatment. In another 17 patients, thedi...

Anal Cancer Screening For HIV-Positive Gay And Bisexual Men Would Save Lives And Be Cost Effective, New Study Shows

Just as use of Pap smears has led to a dramatic drop in cervical cancer, soscreening for anal cancer among HIV-positive gay and bisexual men would savemany lives at a reasonable cost, according to a new study published in theJournal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). The study predicts that us...

Men at highest risk least likely to comply with post-heart-attack exercise program, UB study finds

...udy. "Itis important to find out who is likely to drop out and how we can target them,so we can find ways to keep them involved. "We found that the people who were at the most risk were the ones whoattended least. Not only were these men in trouble already because of theircardiac risk factors, t...

PSA testing alone cannot fully explain drop in deaths from prostate cancer

...going on." Other factors thatmay contribute to the drop include changing patterns of treatment andtreatment-related deaths, or misclassification of cause of death. Etzioni's paper is one of three in this week's issue of the JNCI to address therole of PSA testing in reducing the prostate-cancer death rate....

Federal agencies report on nation's children

...for almost all groups of children has declined,the drop was greatest for black children from ages 1 to 4. From 1996 to 1997,the death rate for black children fell from 67.6 to 59.2 per 100,000. Thisrate, however, remained at almost twice the rate for whites, which was 31.6 in1997.* In 1996, the...

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