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Heart arrhythmias easily treated, yet few know risks

...0 patient exam rooms. The comprehensive range of services available include: initial screenings, non-invasive diagnostic echocardiograms, vascular ultrasound; diagnostic angiography, catheter ablations; pacemaker/device implantation; carotid, coronary, peripheral, endovascular interventions as w...

Rehabilitation professionals in nationwide survey cite barriers to assistive technology transfer

...r's in physical therapy, which may provide a wider range of potential career choices. 7. Convene an electronic national forum. Launch a national assistive technology forum online, composed of providers, educators, researchers, payers, manufacturers, the government, and importantly technology users themse...

Research fills dental need

...polymer nanofibers with diameters typically in the range from 50 nanometers to 500 nanometers. The diameter of a human hair is 4,000 times greater than that of a nanofiber. The electrospun polymer nanofibers possess extraordinary structural perfection and are mechanically strong. The finished material will...

Serum caspase activity and liver fibrosis in patients with hepatitis C

...atients with aminotransferase levels in the normal range had elevated caspase levels. The researchers then performed liver biopsies on the 16 study participants who had normal aminotransferase levels. They recruited an additional 9 HCV patients with normal aminotransferase levels for statistical accuracy...

Occult hepatitis B in dialysis patients

... occult HBV in dialysis patients have found a wide range of infection rates from 0 to 50 percent -- possibly due to the differences in the study populations. In this study, researchers, led by Dr. Gerald Y. Minuk of the University of Manitoba, sought to find the prevalence of occult HBV in a large North A...

UCSF receives $21 million NIH contract for sexually transmitted infection research

...ted infections (STI). The trials will cover a full range of treatments and products, including microbicides, which are pathogen-killing topical creams or gels, and vaccines. "We will be conducting the initial human testing -- Phase I safety trials -- of the most promising and safest vaccine, microbicide, S...

Pediatricians often underestimate substance abuse problems in adolescents

...ves both inner city and suburban youth from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds, racial groups and social strata, making it likely that the findings of both studies are applicable to the population at large. Substance abuse is the number one health problem in the U.S., with an estimated annual cost of over ...

Study of trends in celiac disease

...roblems absorbing nutrients from food as well as a range of gastrointestinal and other symptoms. Celiac disease generally responds to a gluten-free diet....

New study of African-American and Hispanic colorectal cancer patients

...ge of 50, with the median age of diagnosis 42 (the range was 25 to 49.) Among the 38 patients diagnosed with colorectal cancer younger than 50 years old, half had a family history of colorectal cancer. These findings underscore the importance of colorectal cancer screening for those at higher risk by f...

Laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery effectively improves obesity-related health problems

...y many patients are able to stop medications for a range of serious obesity-related health problems, including diabetes, sleep apnea, asthma, and high blood pressure. "Comorbities associated with morbid obesity decrease life expectancy and impair quality of life," notes Pavlos Papasavas, M.D., one of the ...

Smoking increases risk of colon polyps

...s growths in the colon. The researchers gathered a range of demographic and health information, including smoking history and use of herbal and nutraceutical supplements including vitamins and minerals, among other information. Participants underwent colonoscopy screening to detect polyps and colorectal c...

New ways identified to treat 'lazy eye' in children: Beyond eye patches and daily drops

...ortant for families and their physicians to have a range of effective treatment options." In the most recent study, 168 children younger than 7 years old with moderate amblyopia were randomly assigned to receive either weekend or daily atropine. Patients in both groups showed substantial improvement...

Job-stressed women more vulnerable than men to 9/11 trauma

... patterns. "We had before and after data on a wide range of psychological outcomes, allowing us to evaluate specific impacts from September 11 on mental health," Richman said. Richman used three measures of workplace stress: lack of decision-making authority on the job, sexual harassment, and generalized w...

Virco establishes comprehensive set of clinical cutoffs for the vircoTYPE HIV-1 resistance test

.... These clinical cutoffs are available for a wider range of antiretroviral drugs than those offered by other HIV resistance tests. In her presentation today at the 44th Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC), Lee Bacheler, PhD, vice president, Clinical Virology, at Virco, ...

FOSRENOL (R) maintains bone health status of end-stage renal disease patients

...eansing dialysis machines. While the normal adult range for phosphorus is 2.5 to 4.5 mg/dL, the blood phos...ds of the specialist physician and currently has a range of projects and products in the areas of central nervous system (CNS), gastrointestinal (GI), and re...

Study questions whether NICE is delivering the goods

...the NHS to 12 pieces of NICE guidance reflecting a range of drugs, devices, and procedures, different care settings and cost consequences. Some clinical practice changed in line with NICE guidance. For example, prescribing of taxanes for cancer and orlistat for obesity grew rapidly after NICE guidance had ...

FDA approves Fosrenol(R) in end-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients

... patients' serum phosphorus levels within a normal range has been very challenging because phosphorus is continually being absorbed into the body from food, and dialysis does not completely eliminate it from patients' blood," said William F. Finn, M.D., professor of medicine at the University of North Caro...

NIA establishes new demography centers to enhance knowledge about older americans

...on in grant awards in their first year for a broad range of research and over $30 million for the four to five years for which they will be funded. Each of the 13 Centers has unique but inter-related themes. The four new centers, their principal investigators, and focus top the complete list of Centers, b...

Increased investment in radiotherapy will improve cure rates for European cancer patients

... "Recent figures show improved cure rates across a range of cancers in the UK which is, in part, due to improved availability and access to treatment". "Overall though, in many countries of the European Union a high proportion of patients requiring radiotherapy receive their treatment not within what oncol...

Marijuana-like compounds may aid array of debiliating conditions ranging from Parkinson's to pain

...r obese. These people face an increased risk for a range of physical ailments, including high blood pressure, diabetes, and stroke. "For many years anecdotal reports have described how marijuana use can increase appetite," says Cowley. "Some users describe these cravings as the munchies." This and other ...

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