Clinical pathology

Does Depression Increase the Risk of Cognitive Decline?

[ad_1] Share on PinterestA new study has looked for links between depression and cognitive decline. Bangmaha Art / EyeEm / Getty Images The researchers studied adults with depressive symptoms and projected their risk of developing cognitive impairment later in life. People living with depression in early adulthood had a higher …

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What makes SARS-CoV-2 variants more virulent?

[ad_1] Researchers from the Republic of Korea have conducted a study on Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) – the agent that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) – that may help shed light on ‘Further studies on the increased virulence of variants of concern and interest. The team – …

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Delta Increases Risk Of COVID-19 For Pregnant Women; Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine antibodies missing 7 months for many, Health News, ET HealthWorld

[ad_1] By Nancy Lapid – The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the results and that has not yet been certified by peer review. Delta variant increases risk for pregnant women Compared to coronavirus cases earlier in …

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Does the biobank hold the key to achieving universal health?

[ad_1] [NEW DELHI] Increasing the availability of high-quality biological samples through biobanks has the potential to advance global health research and accelerate progress towards sustainable development goals such as achieving universal health coverage, learned a United Nations scientific summit. Biobanking is the process by which samples of bodily fluids or …

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MJFF Says Work Is Needed To Improve Health Equity In PD

[ad_1] Parkinson’s disease (PD) is no different from other disease states in which structural racism and inequalities combine with social determinants of health to create health disparities, the Michael J. Fox Foundation said Thursday. for Parkinson’s Disease Research (MJFF) in a position paper, calling for work in 4 areas to …

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For heart tumors, CMR proves powerful in predicting mortality

[ad_1] Chetan Shenoy calls imaging a “one-stop-shop” for evaluating patients with suspected heart disease. In patients with suspected cardiac tumors, cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging can provide an accurate diagnosis and guide clinical management, according to new multicenter data. In addition, CMR results can independently predict long-term mortality greater than …

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MIND diet preserves cognition, new data shows

[ad_1] Adherence to the MIND diet may improve memory and thinking skills in older people, even in the presence of pathology of Alzheimer’s disease, according to new data from the Rush Memory and Aging Project (MAP). “The MIND diet was associated with better cognitive functions independent of brain pathologies linked …

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Author Lacey Thomas’ new book “Manual of Cognitive Treatment for Adults: Simple Speech Solutions” is an excellent resource for speech-language pathology professionals.

[ad_1] The recent publication, “Manual of Cognitive Treatment for Adults: Simple Speech Solutions” by Lacey Thomas, author of Newman Springs Publishing, is a useful and practical text for clinicians working with adults in home care, skilled nursing, and nursing settings. inpatient or outpatient. GILBERT, Arizona – September 28, 2021 – …

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Actinium announces expansion of its R&D team and facilities to accelerate research programs focused on solid tumors and novel combinations with checkpoint inhibitors and radioconjugates

[ad_1] NEW YORK, September 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Actinium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NYSE AMERICAN: ATNM) (“Actinium” or the “Company”), a leader in the development of targeted radiation therapy for patients with unmet needs, today announced several updates on its R&D capabilities. Actinium recently completed the expansion of its New …

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First digital AI pathology approved for prostate cancer

[ad_1] Source: Free-Photos / Pixabay Artificial Intelligence (AI) machine learning is rapidly transforming healthcare by powering new diagnostic tools for clinicians and healthcare professionals. In a landmark move this week, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared the marketing of an AI machine learning software called Paige Prostate, …

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Vivos Therapeutics announces the formation of a new

[ad_1] HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colorado, September 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Vivos Therapeutics, Inc. (the “Company” or “Vivos”) (NASDAQ: VVOS), a medical technology company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative treatments for patients with mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring , today announced the official formation …

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Changes in fibrin clot structure contribute to risk of thrombosis in severe cases of COVID-19

[ad_1] Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the novel coronavirus, causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which is a multisystem disease affecting the airways. Data available to date show that endothelial damage caused by overactivation of the immune system is a major underlying molecular mechanism for the severity and mortality …

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Fé Murray – The NAU Review

[ad_1] NAU Communications spoke with Fé Murray, Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, to get to know her on a more personal level. Read our questions and his answers below. Q: Tell me about an important childhood memory and its impact on your life today. …

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TD2 and Deep Lens Partner to Enable Diversity, Access and Faster Clinical Trial Enrollment for Community-Based Oncology Practices

[ad_1] Key Partnership to Connect Patients to Precision Oncology Clinical Trials and New Therapies, Accelerating Access to Promising Treatments SCOTTSDALE, Arizona, September 16, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Translational Drug Development (TD2), a leading precision oncology contract research organization (CRO), and Deep Lens have announced a strategic partnership that will improve …

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A biomarker of COVID-19 in children

[ad_1] A rare but serious inflammatory disease that affects children who contract COVID-19 produces a distinct model of biomarkers that can help doctors predict the severity of the disease and also help researchers develop new treatments, according to a study conducted by Cedars -Sinai. The study focused on multisystem inflammatory …

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Study opens new approach to integrate MRI in multisite pancreatic clinical trials

[ad_1] Researchers at Vanderbilt Diabetes Research and Training Center (DRTC) at Vanderbilt University Medical Center conducted a multi-site study that demonstrated that, when controlled and standardized, quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the pancreas is highly reproducible when using different MRI hardware and software in different geographic locations. This discovery …

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Speech therapy lab prepares students: lab offers hands-on experience | New

[ad_1] IUP speech therapy students gain hands-on experience in the department’s simulation lab. Most speech-language pathology programs in the country generally focus on working with children. The IUP laboratory allows its program to focus on the medical aspect of speech therapy. “The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association approved the inclusion of simulation …

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30% of Texans have evidence of COVID-19 antibodies

[ad_1] AUSTIN (KXAN) – Researchers at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center and the Texas Department of Health Services found a slight increase in the number of people participating in the antibody survey Texas Cares. The program launched a year ago and surveyed thousands of Texans to learn more …

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How to check status via BSE, KFin Tech, refund

[ad_1] Krsnaa Diagnostics is expected to finalize the stock award status of its initial public offering (IPO) on Wednesday. The issue of Rs 1,213.3 crore was opened for subscription last week with a price range set at Rs 933-954 per share. The issue was subscribed 64.40 times out of the …

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Progressive disability in MS explained?

[ad_1] The differences in the course of lesions may help neurologists distinguish between multiple sclerosis (MS) and other demyelinating disorders in new findings that may help explain the differences in the course of the disease, particularly progressive disability in MS. Results from a retrospective study show that complete resolution of …

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Local Medical Staff News

[ad_1] LAKELAND REGIONAL HEALTH Moody’s Investors Service recently reaffirmed Lakeland Regional Health Center Stable A2 rating upstream of public bond financing. The A2’s assertion and award, according to Moody’s, reflects its expectation that Lakeland Regional Health Systems will remain the distinct market leader and essential supplier in and around Polk …

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KeifeRx Receives FDA Approval of New Investigational Drug for Phase 3 Study of Nilotinib BE in Early Alzheimer’s Disease

[ad_1] WASHINGTON, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – KeifeRx, LLC, an emerging clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in the discovery and development of new treatment options for neurodegenerative diseases, today announced that the company has received acceptance of its application investigational new drug (IND) from the United States The United …

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Akoya Announces Publication of MITER Study, the First Multi-Institutional Analytical Demonstration of a Space Biology Workflow, in the Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer

[ad_1] MARLBOROUGH, Mass., July 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Akoya Biosciences Inc, (Nasdaq: AKYA) The Spatial Biology Company®, today announced that the Phenoptics â„¢ mIF solution has been used in a multi-site study to demonstrate and validate an automated end-to-end workflow that characterizes PD-1 / PD-L1 immune checkpoint signaling in …

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Boarman, from Owensboro, to lead OCTC Vet Tech program

[ad_1] A native of Owensboro, Dr. Laura Boarman has been selected to lead the Veterinary Technology program at Owensboro Community & Technical College. Boarman has spent the past 11 years in practice at the Kentuckiana Animal Clinic. Boarman attended Western Kentucky University undergraduate and earned a doctorate from Auburn University’s …

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Can High b-Value Biparametric 3.0 T MRI with Simplified Prostate Image Reporting and Data System (S-PI-RADS) be used in biopsy-naive men?

[ad_1] This article was originally published here Clin Imaging. June 29, 2021: S0899-7071 (21) 00270-9. doi: 10.1016 / j.clinimag.2021.06.024. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE: To analyze the clinical value of high b-value 3.0 T biparametric magnetic resonance with the Simplified Prostate Image Reporting and Data System (S-PI-RADS) in biopsy-naive …

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Swedish researchers develop urine test capable of identifying types of asthma and their severity, which could lead to improved precision medicine diagnoses

[ad_1] The study “shows that measurement with a urine test offers improved accuracy compared to other measurement methods, for example certain types of blood tests,” said a press release from KI. Researchers from Karolinska Institute (KI) in Sweden have developed a non-invasive urine test that can identify which type of …

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Aussie AI embarks on radiological diagnostics

[ad_1] An Australian healthcare joint venture between artificial intelligence startup Harrison.ai and local radiology company I-MED Radiology Network launched a chest x-ray diagnostic tool on the same day that a peer-reviewed diagnostic precision study of the product was published by The Lancet Digital Health. The joint venture – Annalize.ai – …

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NHM providing free diagnostic services in Arunachal

[ad_1] Journalist ITANAGAR, July 3: Diagnostic services are provided free of charge to the people of Arunachal under the Free Diagnostic Service (FDS) initiative, implemented by the Government of India through the National Health Mission (NHM). In the state, the FDS initiative is implemented by NHM Arunachal through the ASR …

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RTL Today – Fact Check: Online publications falsely claim Covid-19 shots damage blood cells

[ad_1] Social media posts featuring four microscope slides supposedly showing blood cells before and after the Covid-19 vaccination claim the vaccination is permanent It’s wrong; Experts told AFP the images showed ill-prepared red blood cell samples unrelated to the Covid-19 inoculation, and said the publications were not scientific. “THIS EXPERIMENTAL …

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Mediaplanet publishes infectious disease campaign to provide reliable information from multiple sources on infectious disease mitigation

[ad_1] Copyright 2021 PR Newswire. All rights reserved2021-06-29 NEW YORK, June 29, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Mediaplanet today announced the launch of the print and digital campaign entitled “Infectious Diseases”. This campaign is the third installment in a series that Mediaplanet has published on this subject since the start …

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Inotiv, Inc. Expands Pathology Services to Include Medical Device Pathology, Hires Nicolette Jackson to Lead Effort

[ad_1] Nicolette Jackson, DMV, MS, DACVP Dr. Nicolette Jackson joins Inotiv as Director, Medical Device Pathology Dr. Nicolette Jackson joins Inotiv as Director, Medical Device Pathology WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind., June 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Inotiv, Inc. (NASDAQ:NOTV) (the “Company”, “We”, “Our” or “Inotiv”), a leading contract research organization specializing …

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Veterinary Reference Laboratories Market 2021 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2027 – The ERX News

[ad_1] Sample download request Credible Markets added a new key research report covering Reference veterinary laboratory market. The study aims to provide global investors with a revolutionary decision-making tool covering key fundamentals of the veterinary reference laboratories market. The research report will include the total global market revenue with historical …

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UC San Diego launches Center for Perinatal Discovery

[ad_1] A newly opened center at UC San Diego School of Medicine brings together physicians, researchers and patients in a one-of-a-kind effort to study pregnancy, including its complications and long-term effects, with the goal of improve the health of mothers and their children through collaborative science. The Center for Perinatal …

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AI holds promise in medicine

[ad_1] Alan karthikesalingam The role of artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to be “transformative” in medicine, including vascular surgery. So says Alan Karthikesalingam, UK research manager at Google Health (London, UK) and lecturer in vascular surgery, who spoke on the topic at the annual meeting of the British Society …

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open a new path for pharmaceutical R&D

[ad_1] In February, a new kind of pharmaceutical company was launched, backed by $ 250 million in Series A funding and taking a novel approach to R&D. Founded by life science venture capital firm Medicxi, Centessa Pharmaceuticals is made up of ten biotech start-ups from the company’s funding portfolio. The …

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Study finds schools no more at risk of COVID-19

[ad_1] VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – A study, funded by the Government of Canada as part of its COVID-19 Immunity Working Group (CITF), found that the risk of staff contracting SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in schools is no greater than their risk of contracting …

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The metastatic melanoma cancer diagnostics market will be supported by technological innovation over the next decade

[ad_1] The metastatic melanoma cancer diagnostics market, at a CAGR of 7.7% between 2021-2031, is expected to reach $ 2.9 billion. With technology reaching new heights, it is inevitable that healthcare systems will integrate with existing technology platforms. In addition, geographic barriers are removed with telehealth to be added. Care …

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Robot-assisted transvaginal transluminal endoscopic surgery (RvNOTES) for the management of endometriosis: a pilot study of 33 cases

[ad_1] Goal of the study Describe surgical techniques and short-term outcomes for 33 cases of robotic-assisted transvaginal transluminal endoscopic surgery (RvNOTES) to treat endometriosis. Design Retrospective case series study Setting University Tertiary Care University Hospital in Houston, Texas, USA. The patients Patients who underwent RvNOTES endometriosis resection between March 2020 …

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Memorial Medical adds Eryn Staats, Au.D, to its staff

[ad_1] Through Nikki | at June 12, 2021 Robin a coffeyCommunications and Public Relations Specialist, Memorial Hospital MARYSVILLE – Memorial Health announced that Eryn Staats, Au.D, is now treating patients at Memorial Ear, Nose & Throat at Memorial Gateway Medical Center. For nearly 20 years, Staats worked as a clinical …

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Medical technologist / Safety laboratory / 2 years / Wits CLS

[ad_1] A vacant position for Medical Technologist – Safety Laboratory (two-year contract renewable based on performance) is available with our client, Wits Health Consortium (Wits CLS) Clinical Laboratory Services in Braamfontein, Johannesburg – Gauteng. Background Clinical Laboratory Services (CLS) is a division of the Wits Health Consortium (WHC) of the …

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How to find the winning formula in sports imagery

[ad_1] Dr Imtiaz Ahmad, medical officer at Queens Park Rangers (QPR) Football Club in West London, explained why sports imagery is vital in enabling doctors to do their jobs, and he provided the best advice on how to how radiologists and physicians should work together. Working in professional football is …

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Pathogenic Airway Neutrophilia Causes ARDS in Black Patients with Severe COVID-19 in Case Study

[ad_1] A hallmark of the pathogenesis of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is the wide range of presentations and clinical findings, ranging from asymptomatic and mild respiratory distress syndrome to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and often failure. fatal multivisceral. There have been worrying disparities in mortality associated with COVID-19 among …

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Sydney experts lead COVID19 vaccine research

[ad_1] The Collaborative Research Group on Vaccines, Infections and Immunology (VIIM) will receive more than $ 4.5 million in NSW government funding over three years to study clinical and immunological responses to COVID-19 vaccines in NSW beneficiaries. VIIM brings together the leading researchers and practitioners in vaccines, infections and immunology …

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Equillium to collaborate with Oxford University and Kennedy

[ad_1] LA JOLLA, Calif., June 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Equillium, Inc. (Nasdaq: EQ), a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing itolizumab to treat severe autoimmune and inflammatory disorders, today announced hui a translational research collaboration with the Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology and Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford. …

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ASCO announces the winners

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Treatment without HSCT and chemotherapy of Ph + ALL with Ponatinib / Blinatumomab leads to a CR rate of 100%

[ad_1] Combination therapy with ponatinib (Iclusig) and blinatumomab (Blincyto) produced a complete response in all patients with Philadelphia chromosome (Ph) positive acute lymphoid leukemia (ALL) who were treated in a phase 2 study ( NCT03263572), according to a presentation at the 2021 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) annual meeting.1 …

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NSW spearheads key COVID-19 vaccine research

[ad_1] A leading group of experts in New South Wales will launch Australia’s first research to inform vaccine policy in the state and beyond. The Collaborative Research Group on Vaccines, Infections and Immunology (VIIM) will receive more than $ 4.5 million in NSW government funding over three years to study …

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