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Isidora Vujcic, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

   acceso_libre_20171204.png   PSYCHOSOCIAL STRESS AS A RISK FACTOR FOR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
After adjustment for conventional coronary risk factors, we have found that psychosocial stress including stress at work, financial stress, and stress in general were strongly associated with occurrence of myocardial infarction in Serbia in peacetime after the country has completed a transition through substantial political change..

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Acta Cardiologica Sinica 

Isidora Vujcic (author)
Belgrade, Serbia  (author's city and country) / Belgrade, Serbia (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Manit Arora, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      BURNOUT IN ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEONS: A REVIEW
Burnout rates among orthopaedic surgeons are high. Both work-related and non-work related factors contribute. Due to the negative outcomes of burnout, active interventions are the need of the hour..

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ANZ Journal of Surgery 

Manit Arora (author)
Mumbai, India  (author's city and country) / Mumbai, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Graciela Lidia Boccaccio, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      IMPLICATIONS IN TOTAL EXTRA-PERITONEAL HERNIOPLASTY
In 11.43% of total extraperitoneal preperitoneal (TEP) inguinal hernioplasties, posterior rectus sheath was found complete with absent Arcuate line. In these patients, endoscopic vision and ease of the procedure were significantly less, and operating time was longer with increased rates of complications of peritoneal injury, surgical emphysema and seroma..

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Saudi Surgical Journal 

Graciela Lidia Boccaccio (author)
Buenos Aires, Argentina  (author's city and country) / Buenos Aires, Argentina (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Asha Khanna, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      HANDLING OF TOBACCO DUST MAY CAUSE GENOTOXICITY IN BIDI ROLLERS
is a cheap Indian alternative to cigarette . Bidi rolling is a common cottage industry in which poor women work, mostly in inadequately ventilated conditions. The study explains the genotoxicity in bidi rollers occupationally exposed to tobacco dust. The chromosome aberrations and comet lengths in blood cells of rollers were found to be significantly higher than controls and the increase was....

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Toxicology International 

Asha Khanna (author)
Jabalpur, India  (author's city and country) / Jabalpur, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Priyamvada Sharma, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      ETHYL GLUCURONIDE AS A BIO-MARKER OF ALCOHOL ABUSE
We have demonstrated a simple, sensitive and specific method of EtG quantization in biological fluids where a good correlation was obtained. This has important implications for clinical as well as medico-legal evaluation of recent alcohol use..

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Indian Journal of Medical Research (IJMR) 

Priyamvada Sharma (author)
Bangalore, India  (author's city and country) / Bangalore, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Yen-chung Lin, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      SITAGLIPTIN ON BLOOD PRESSURE IN PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS
The addition of sitagliptin produced a trend of blood pressure lowering effects and decreased the glomerular filtration rate and HbA1c in diabetic patients using an angiotensin II receptor blocker, especially in those with chronic kidney disease..

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Journal of Experimental and Clinical Medicine 

Yen-chung Lin (author)
Taipei, Taiwán (Republica Nacionalista China)  (author's city and country) / Taipei, Taiwán (Republica Nacionalista China) (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Manuel Zorzi, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      SCREENING PROGRAMS WITH FECAL IMMUNOCHEMICAL TEST REDUCE COLORECTAL CANCER MORTALITY
We compared colorectal cancer mortality of areas with and without a screening program based on the fecal immunochemical test. Before screening onset incidence and mortality rates were similar. Over 10 years with screening, mortality rates declined by 22% compared to other areas, from 45.7 to 36.2 x 100.000..

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Gut 

Manuel Zorzi (author)
Padova, Italia  (author's city and country) / Padova, Italia (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Ram Sharma, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      OCULAR MANIFESTATIONS IN HIV/AIDS PATIENTS
All patients who had these CD4+ cell count less than 200 cells/mm3 must undergo complete ophthalmic checkup to rule out ocular lesions. In the present study, we found that the chances of ocular lesions increased proportionally as the CD4 + cell count fall from 500 to 50..

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Annals of Tropical Medicine and Public Health (ATMPH) 

Ram Sharma (author)
Shimla, India  (author's city and country) / Shimla, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Rakesh Rana, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      REPEATED MEASURE ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
analysis of repeated measurements has stimulated a wide range of methodological developments in recent years. However, a little attention has been given to the statistical design of clinical trials with repeated measurements. In this article an attempt has been made to draw the attention of clinical researchers to use the repeated measure analysis of variance over the typical paired t-test or....

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Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine (J-AIM) 

Rakesh Rana (author)
Delhi, India  (author's city and country) / Delhi, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Olasseri K Reena Mariyath, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      DRUG REACTION WITH EOSINOPHILIA AND SYSTEMIC SYMPTOMS: A CLINICOEPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY
We observed phenytoin induced DRESS to be relatively mild whereas dapsone drug, female sex and atypical lymphocytes in peripheral smear were associated with severe DRESS. In our study, high eosinophil count was not associated with a bad prognosis..

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Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology & Leprology 

Olasseri K Reena Mariyath (author)
Kozhikode, India  (author's city and country) / Kozhikode, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
Olasseri K Reena Mariyath, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

      DRUG REACTION WITH EOSINOPHILIA AND SYSTEMIC SYMPTOMS: A CLINICOEPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY
We observed phenytoin induced DRESS to be relatively mild whereas dapsone drug, female sex and atypical lymphocytes in peripheral smear were associated with severe DRESS. In our study, high eosinophil count was not associated with a bad prognosis..

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Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology & Leprology 

Olasseri K Reena Mariyath (author)
Kozhikode, India  (author's city and country) / Kozhikode, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
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