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ARTICULOS PUBMED AÑO 2005 1. ASUNTO: RIÑONES TRANSPLANTE RENAL EN NIÑOS CON DISFUNCION VESICAL SEVERA Autores: Mendizábal S; Estornell F; Zamora I; Sabater A, Ibarra FG y Simón J, del Servicio de Nefrología Pediátrica y Urología Pediátrica del Hospital La Fe de Valencia. Fuentes: Entrez-Pubmed, J Urol, enero de 2005. OBJETIVO: El transplante renal en niños con disfunción vesical conlleva un riesgo para el injerto renal. Nosotros informamos de nuestra experiencia con el transplante en 15 pacientes de 6 a 18 años con anormalidades severas del tracto urinario inferior. MATERIALES Y METODOS: Un total 18 transplantes renales se realizaron en 15 niños con disfunción vesical secundaria a mielomeningocele (3); espina bífida oculta (1), malformación/agenesis del sacro (5), válvulas uretrales posteriores (4), hipospadias femenino (1) y extrofia vesical (1) entre 1979 y 2003. La cirugía urológica se realizó antes del transplante en 14 casos- 7 aumentos vesicales, 5 conductos o reservorios urinarios incontinentes y 2 vesicostomías. El vaciado se obtenía mediante la cateterización intermitente en 9 casos y mediante ostomías incontinentes en 6. El implante de injerto se realizó por vía extraperitoneal con anastomosis ureteral a la vejiga nativa en casos de aumento vesical. La immunosupresión consistió en tiple terapia con anticuerpos policlonales y monoclonales. RESULTADOS: Las complicaciones urológicas consistieron en obstrucción uretral debido a hipersecreción mucosa (1), fístula urinaria (1), obstrucción ureterovesical (1), formación de piedras (3), incrustación del tracto urinario mediante la bacteria corine (1) y pielonefritis (2). Las proporciones de supervivencia del injerto fueron a los 1 y 5 años del 77% y 62%, respectivamente, con una media de 79 meses (95% CI 51 a 107). 3 pérdidas de injertos se relacionaron con enfermedades urológicas. CONCLUSIONES: El transplante renal en niños con severa disfunción vesical puede lograr resultados similares a aquellos obtenidos en la población en general. La selección meticulosa de los pacientes y las técnicas reparativas quirúrgicas que aseguran el vaciado y control adecuado de las infecciones urinarias son obligatorias. El aumento cistoplástico y la cateterización intermitente son técnicas apropiadas actualmente utilizadas para lograr este resultado.

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THE GLOBAL PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY Sarah Holland* and Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo** The case looks at the development of the ethical pharmaceutical industry. The various forces affectingthe discovery, development, production, distribution and marketing of prescription drugs are discussedin terms of their origins and recent developments. Readers are then invited to consider trends for thefuture.


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Acoso Moral o Psicoterror Laboral y sus repercusiones en las personas y la productividad laboral. Resumen: El acoso moral o psicoterror laboral es una de las patologías que más daños producen a las personas trabajadoras así como al rendimiento de las compañías, instituciones y organizaciones, que permiten este tipo de estrategias de abuso


the year in science Two of the biggest breakthroughs of this leap year relied on breathtaking amounts of data. The ENCODE project has generated 15 terabytes of data over the past five years to uncover the functions of human DNA sequences; CERN has stored 26 petabytes of data this year alone from its Large Hadron Collider, as physicists worked to prove the existence

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IJREAS VOLUME 5, ISSUE 8 (August, 2015) (ISSN 2249-3905) International Journal of Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences (IMPACT FACTOR – 5.981) King of Desert (Prosopis) : A source of potential medicinal values in Arid Zone of India: Review Dr.Surbhi Rajvanshi1, Dr.Veena Garg2


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Evaluación de DocuMenea, sistema de promoción social de noticias de biblioteconomía y documentación Evaluación de DocuMenea, sistema de promoción social de noticias de biblioteconomía y documentación Por Daniel Torres-Salinas y Javier Guallar Resumen: Uno de los servicios más populares de la Web 2.0 son las plataformas de promoción social de noticias. En el en-torno hispanoamericano quizá el más conocido sea Menéame; utilizando su código abierto se creó DocuMenea con las mis-mas características pero circunscrito exclusivamente al ám-bito de la Biblioteconomía y Documentación. En este trabajo se presenta una evaluación de este servicio desde su creación en noviembre del año 2006 hasta diciembre de 2008. Como resultados se obtiene que se envió un total de 2.166 noticias de las que 1.610 fueron publicadas. El servicio cuenta con 582 usuarios con una participación desigual ya el 74% nunca ha enviado ninguna noticia y el 91% no ha votado en ninguna ocasión. Temáticamente se identificaron cuatro ejes: Google, bibliotecas, redes sociales/web 2.0 y el libro. Finalmente se Daniel Torres-Salinas es


This Accepted Manuscript has not been copyedited and formatted. The final version may differ from this version. Research Article: New Research Sensory and Motor Systems Effects of fluoxetine and visual experience on glutamatergic andGABAergic synaptic proteins in adult rat visual cortex Effects of fluoxetine in adult rat V1 Simon Beshara , Brett R Beston

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Do Consumers Exploit Precommitment Opportunities? Evidence from Natural Experiments Involving Liquor Consumption B. Douglas Bernheim Stanford University and National Bureau of Economic Research Texas A&M University We are grateful to Jennifer Doleac, Mark Hoekstra, Michael Lovenheim, Harvey Rosen, Jeremy West, and William Gui Woolston for valuable comments. Numerous state alcohol board agents, law librarians, and legislative assistants contributed clarification on data issues. Jillian Carr, Ma-rio Garza, Mustafa Karakaplan, Xander Slaski, and Zhihao Zhang provided able research assis-tance.

Following evolution of bacterial antibiotic resistance in real time

Following evolution of bacterial antibiotic resistance in real timeAdam Z Rosenthal & Michael B Elowitz A new study reports the development of the ‘morbidostat', a device that allows for continuous culture of bacteria under a constant drug selection pressure using computer feedback control of antibiotic concentration. This device, together with bacterial whole-genome sequencing, allowed the authors to follow the evolution of resistance-conferring mutations in Escherichia coli populations in real time, providing support for deterministic evolution of resistance in some situations.


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Haloperidol in palliative care

Pal iative Medicine 2004; 18: 195¡/201 Haloperidol in palliative careJane Vella-Brincat and AD (Sandy) Macleod Nurse Maude Hospice, Christchurch Haloperidol is one of 20 'essential‘ medications in palliative care. Its use is widespread inpalliative care patients. The pharmacology of haloperidol is complex and the extent andseverity of some of its adverse effects, particularly extrapyramidal adverse effects (EPS),may be related to the route of administration. Indications for the use of haloperidol inpalliative care are nausea and vomiting and delirium. Adverse effects include EPS and QTprolongation. Sedation is not a common adverse effect of haloperidol. It is important thatpalliative care practitioners have a comprehensive understanding of the indications, doses,adverse effects and pharmacology of haloperidol. This review is intended to address theseissues. Pal iative Medicine 2004; 18: 195¡/201


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Identifying commercially relevant Echinaceaspecies by AFLP molecular markers Luigi Russi, Chiaraluce Moretti, Lorenzo Raggi, Emidio Albertini, and EgiziaFalistocco Abstract: The rising interest in medicinal plants has brought several species of the genus Echinacea to the attention ofmany scientists. Echinacea angustifolia, E. pallida, and E. purpurea are the most important for their immunological prop-erties, well known and widely used by the native Americans. The three species are easily distinguishable on the basis oftheir morphological characteristics, but it would be difficult, if not impossible, to distinguish them in commercial prepara-tions of ground, dry plant parts of E. purpurea (the most valuable species for chemotherapeutic properties) mixed with theother two species. Species-specific molecular markers could be useful to address this issue. In the present work, usingfresh material collected from cultivated Echinacea spp., AFLP analysis was used to discriminate the three species and todetect species-specific DNA fragments. By using 14 primer combinations it was possible to detect a total of 994 frag-ments, of which 565 were polymorphic. Overall, 89 fragments were unique to E. purpurea, 32 to E. angustifolia, and 26to E. pallida. E+CAC/M+AAT or E+CAC/M+AGC alone provided 13, 9, and 4 or 7, 5, and 5 specific fragments forE. purpurea, E. angustifolia, and E. pallida, respectively. A validation trial to confirm the results was carried out onbulked samples of 23 accessions covering most of the genetic diversity of the three species. The results are discussed interms of practical applications in the field of popular medicine, detecting frauds, and implications for the genus Echina-cea.

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A Patient This guide aims to outline why antidepressants(or other treatments) may be recommended by yourdoctor and also provides information about how theyshould be used. What is depression?Feeling unhappy and depressed is part of the range of normal andunderstandable human emotions, often as a result of difficultcircumstances and happenings in our lives. Everyone knows how it feelsto feel sad and low. Some people find that their low mood becomes sosevere that it affects their usual ability to function, for example look afterthemselves, in their home or at work. Normally pleasurable activities feeldifficult and are not enjoyed. Sleep may be disturbed and appetite oftenreduced. Similarly the ability to concentrate on simple tasks like readingor watching the television can be difficult. Everyday thoughts are oftenbleak and thoughts of hopelessness and even suicide may be present.If such symptoms last for over a couple of weeks it is quite likely thatthe person is suffering from depression.

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CASE REPORT online © ML Comm J Neurocrit Care 2012;5:30-32 Olanzapine-Induced Hypoglycemic Encephalopathy: Hyo Jeong Kim, MD, Dong Wook Kim, MD, Dong Joo Yun, MD, Gun-Sei Oh, MD and Sang Hyun Jang, MD Department of Neurology, Eulji University College of Medicine, Daejeon, Korea Antipsychotic medications are associated with increased risks of metabolic abnormalities. We present a 44-year-old woman with under-lying bipolar disorder who had been treated with atypical antipsychotics, olanzapine. After taking 50 mg olanzapine to commit suicide, she developed altered mentality. The serum glucose level was 15 mg/dL and she was treated with glucose infusion immediately. Brain MRI findings were compatible with hypoglycemic encephalopathy. Olanzapine may induce serious hypoglycemia, even in the absence of any risk factors of hypoglycemia.


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