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A modified Park's stitch to correct aortic insufficiency for bioprosthetic valve at time of left ventricular assist device implant: a case report

Background Aortic valve insufficiency (AI) at the time of left ventricular assist device (LVAD) insertion needs to be corrected, however there is little known about how to manage bioprosthetic valvular AI. Case presentation A 55-year-old female with dilated cardiomyopathy who previously had a bioprosthetic aortic valve replacement needed a LVAD as a bridge to transplant. Her left ...

Prevalence of menopausal symptoms among mid-life women: findings from electronic medical records

Background To assess the prevalence of menopausal symptoms among women prescribed hormone therapy (HT) using electronic medical record data from a regional healthcare organization. Methods Retrospective data from the Reliant Medical Group from 1/1/2006-12/31/2011 were assessed for 102 randomly-selected patients. Study eligibility criteria included: females aged 45 to 65; prescribed ...

Fellow Involvement During Colonoscopy Does Not Reduce Adenoma Detection Rate

Mark Friedman 0 Geeta Arora 0 Jesse Green 0 0 M. Friedman (&) G. Arora J. Green Division of Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases, Albany Medical Center , Albany, NY, USA - Colonoscopy is effective

Multistationary and Oscillatory Modes of Free Radicals Generation by the Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain Revealed by a Bifurcation Analysis

The mitochondrial electron transport chain transforms energy satisfying cellular demand and generates reactive oxygen species (ROS) that act as metabolic signals or destructive factors. Therefore, knowledge of the possible modes and bifurcations of electron transport that affect ROS signaling provides insight into the interrelationship of mitochondrial respiration with cellular ...

Potential Short-Term Economic Benefits of Improved Glycemic Control: A managed care perspective

OBJECTIVE— There are limited data relating glycemic control to medical costs among patients with diabetes. The goal of this study was to examine the potential impact of improved glycemic control on selected short-term complications of diabetes and associated costs in a managed care setting. RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS— Using a retrospective cohort design and automated databases ...