Organ Preservation. International Anesthesiology Clinics, 1999, Vol. 37, No. 2. D. Royston Editor ; . Published by Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia. Pp. 130; indexed; illustrated. Organ Preservation is one of the quarterly issues in the International Anesthesiology Clinics series. My only criticism with the volume, which on the whole I enjoyed reading, is the title. I would have expected a book called organ preservation to specifically deal with issues of organs used for transplantation. This is particularly so, since the editor of this issue is based at a well known UK transplant unit. In fact the volume covers aspects of preservation of organ function. Perhaps organ protection may have been a more accurate title. Many of the chapters relate to issues of patients undergoing surgery involving cardiopulmonary bypass. Even in the chapters covering more general issues, such as `the role of the gut' and `preservation of renal function', many of the references are from work undertaken in patients undergoing cardiac surgery. Perhaps this is the target readership for this issue of the series. Certainly, reference to this potential bias is made in the preface. However, the point is well made that the changes seen during cardiac surgery can also be apparent during other forms of surgery, and also that the treatment options will be similar if not the same. Having said that, although the pathophysiological basis underlying the response to major surgery is well described, there are few suggestions as to how such changes can best be prevented and treated. The average reader will therefore have a better understanding of the process of organ dysfunction but probably no new ideas on how to prevent the dysfunction occurring in the first place. Perhaps this is because, as yet, there are few options open to us. However, there is only passing comment to one technique which has been shown to be beneficial, that of preoperative optimization. There are few typographical errors and the volume is well produced with only small areas of overlap between chapters. However, nuclear factor B is referred to as NF, superoxide anion O2 ; as O2 and hydroxyl radical OH ; which is the hydroxyl ion ; . In addition, dopexamine as OH is said to result in gastric mucosal acidosis in chapter 5 which may leave the reader a little confused as it is suggested in chapter 4 as a useful agent to prevent gut dysfunction. Given the bias of the volume, this issue will probably be of most interest to the cardiothoracic anaesthetist who I sure will learn from its contents. Perhaps the one organ which should have been included and does not feature at all is the brain. This is somewhat surprising in view of the advances made recently in understanding the pathogenesis of dysfunction which occurs in other disease states in this particular organ. N. R. Webster Research in Medicine. Planning a Project--Writing a Thesis. G. Murrell, C. Huang and H. Ellis. Published by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 122; index; illustrated. Price 12.95. This short book belongs to an ever-growing list that I refer to as the `How to' series, in which senior authors are reputed to provide sagacious advice to trainees about the bits of their professional life that they find difficult. The authors are distinguished research workers, two surgeons and a cellular physiologist, who remain extremely active academically. Not surprisingly, the text is full of useful information, is well written and has a clear layout. It is also enlivened by the cartoons of David Langdon. The emphasis throughout is on undertaking the work required for a thesis. Chapters include reading for a research degree, applying for research positions, and research supervisors and projects. The stages of the work are covered in chapters entitled the first phase, getting started; the second phase, frustration; the third phase, as results arrive; and the fourth phase, writing the thesis. The most interesting chapter for me was a very brief one trying to evaluate the reasons why people do research. Reasons advanced by the authors include the challenge, becoming a better clinician and even fame. A short paragraph on lifestyle merits direct quotation as it encapsulates many of the current problems in recruiting to academic anaesthesia: `If you want continual reassurance and direction, research is not for you. Self assurance, independent thought and the willingness to take a chance are valuable in research The distinction between work and rest is less clear and there is great pressure on you to work at home and on weekends. Monetary rewards while in research are generally less than in clinical medicine.' I disagree with the authors over some details about planning, undertaking and writing a research project, but this may simply reflect the small differences between anaesthetic and surgical research. It does not detract in any way from the general principles advanced by the authors. I remain uneasy, however, that the authors may have underestimated the skills in research methodology gained by current undergraduates. I recently helped assess research projects undertaken by second year medical students. The oral presentations and written work of some were outstanding and it is salutary to acknowledge that these 20yr-olds have already grasped many of the basic principles advanced in this book. Although it may be appropriate for current trainees, it is unlikely to remain so in the future.
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1. Jongstra J, Tidmarsh GF, Jongstra-Bilen J, Davis MM. A new lymphocyte-specific gene which encodes a putative Ca2 -binding protein is not expressed in transformed T lymphocyte lines. J Immunol. 1988; 141: 3999. Kadiyala RK, McIntyre BW, Krensky AM. Molecular cloning and characterization of WP34, a phosphorylated human lymphocyte differentiation and activation antigen. Eur J Immunol. 1990; 20: 2417. May W, Korenberg JR, Chen XN, et al. Human lymphocyte-specific pp52 gene is a member of a highly conserved dispersed family. Genomics. 1993; 15: 515. Li Y, Guerrero A, Howard TH. The actin-binding protein, lymphocyte-specific protein 1, is expressed in human leukocytes and human myeloid and lymphoid cell lines. J Immunol. 1995; 155: 3563. Coates TD, Torkildson JC, Torres M, Church JA, Howard TH. An inherited defect of neutrophil motility and microfilamentous cytoskeleton associated with abnormalities in 47-Kd and 89-Kd proteins. Blood. 1991; 78: 1338. Howard T, Li Y, Torres M, Guerrero A, Coates T. The 47-kD protein increased in neutrophil actin dysfunction with 47- and 89-kD protein abnormalities is lymphocyte-specific protein. Blood. 1994; 83: 231. Howard TH, Hartwig J, Cunningham C. Lymphocyte-specific protein 1 expression in eukaryotic cells reproduces the morphologic and motile abnormality of NAD 47 89 neutrophils. Blood. 1998; 91: 4786. Kay GE, Lane BC, Snyderman R. Induction of selective biological responses to chemoattractants in a human monocyte-like cell line. Infect Immun. 1983; 41: 1166. Chenoweth, DE, Soderberg, CS, Von Wedel R. Dibutyryl cAMP induced expression of C5a receptors on U937 cells [abstract]. J Leuk Biol. 1984; 36: 241. Sheth B, Dransfield I, Partridge LJ, Barker MD.
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Bursts 100 beats 1 mmHg 1, heat stress: 2.46 0.46 bursts 100 beats 1 mmHg 1, P 0.54 ; . The slope of the change in heart rate relative to the change in systolic blood pressure during the heat stress 0.48 0.21 beats min 1 mmHg 1 ; was also not significantly different from that during normothermia 0.55 0.09 beats min 1 mmHg 1, P 0.71 ; . The curve expressing this relationship was also shifted upward during the heat stress as evidenced by an increase in heart rate without a change in blood pressure see Table 1.
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Last week the FDA approved Biogen Idec and Elan's humanized monoclonal antibody Mab ; natalizumab, branded Tysabri formerly Antegren ; , as a treatment to reduce the frequency of clinical relapses in relapsingremitting multiple sclerosis RRMS ; . In this In Our View, Wood Mackenzie highlights the implications of the approval of this first-in-class product for the treatment of multiple sclerosis MS ; . Enhanced MS Treatment Options Since the approval of Schering AG's Betaseron interferon beta-1b ; in the US in 1993 for the treatment of RRMS, the beta-interferon class of drugs has been considered the gold standard treatment for MS. Betainterferon products from Biogen Idec Avonex ; and Serono Rebif ; subsequently joined Betaseron on the US market, demonstrating improved safety Avonex ; and efficacy profile Rebif ; compared to Betaseron. Teva Sanofi-Aventis's polypeptide analogue of myelin basic protein Copaxone glatiramer acetate ; represented the only competitor to the interferons for RRMS. Tysabri's approval brings to the market a novel class of product SAM selective adhesion molecule ; inhibitor that not only appears to have improved efficacy compared to other MS therapies, but also has the potential to be used in combination with a beta-interferon. Tysabri was approved on the basis of one-year data from two ongoing two-year Phase III trials. This is significant, as in the past the FDA has only approved MS drugs on the basis of a minimum of two-year data. Impressive Clinical Data in RRMS and bexarotene.
HDL cholesterol and HDL subclasses were measured by dextran sulfate-magnesium precipitation using the method of Wamick et al. 20, 21 ; . Total cholesterol and triglycerides were measured enzymatically 22 ; using an ABA 200 biochromatic instrument Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, IL ; . LDL cholesterol was calculated indirectly, using the formula, LDL cholesterol total cholesterol - HDL cholesterol + triglycerides 5 ; 23 ; . These calculations were made before the data were converted to System International units. APO-AI was measured by nephelometry using a Behring Nephelometer Analyzer Behring Diagnostics, Marburg, Germany ; . T was measured by RIA, as described previously 24 ; . E2 was measured by RIA using a kit purchased from ICN Biomedicals, Inc. Diagnostics Division, Carson, CA ; . In our laboratory, the limit of detectability of the assay is 18.3 pmol L.
19% of the total study group, they represented 43 percent, or 243 individuals, of those who tested positive for HIV disease. Seventy-seven percent 440 of 573 individuals ; of all positive participants did not know that they were HIV-positive, and 59 percent of the individuals who tested positive perceived themselves and their sexual partners as being at low or very low risk for infection. A distressing 91% 221 ; of the HIV-positive African Americans in this study did not know their HIV status. Dr. MacKellar noted that 55 percent of the HIV-positive group had never tested or had last tested for HIV more than one year prior to entering the study. And half had engaged in unprotected anal sex with partners who they did not feel were at risk for HIV infection. The reasons given for not using condoms with sexual partners male and female ; were varied, including that the participant "knew" himself to be HIV negative, "knew" his partner was HIV negative, or thought his partner was at low risk for being HIV infected. The survey also measured demographic characteristics, prior HIV testing including results of the most recent test, participants' perceived risk for HIV infection, and sexual and bidil
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This study was supported by the Cooperative Studies Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Research and Development and by an unrestricted grant to Friends of Medical Research a not-for-profit foundation ; from Sanofi-Synthelabo. We are indebted to Sanofi-Synthelabo and Bristol-Myers Squibb for supplying study drugs. In addition to the authors, the following centers, investigators, and support staff members participated in the Department of Veterans Affairs Cooperative Study Group: Office of the Chairman: R.A. Cxypoliski clinic coordinator ; Boston, MA participating Veterans Affairs Medical Centers: K.F. Badr and J. Martin Atlanta, GA R.A. Lopez and L. Sommer Bay Pines, FL A. Sujatha, J. Lohr, and L. Sherer Buffalo, NY R.V. Paul and J.H. Allen Charleston, SC P. Ivanovich and J. Juros Chicago, IL K. Kaelin Cleveland, OH V.N. Kemp Dallas, TX M.G. Saklayen and H. Neff Dayton, OH D.K. Abu-Hamdan and E. Johnson Detroit, MI B. Fisch and J. Cicerchi Denver, CO S. Sastrasinh and J. Ouano East Orange, NJ V.C. Gandhi and D. Kernan-Schroeder Hines, IL G. Dolson and D.S. Verrett Houston, TX R. Agarwal and D. Sanders Indianapolis, IN K.A. Kirchner and A. Hinton Jackson, MS T.B. Wiegmann and.
Herbs are key in: 1 ; providing nutrition for the body; 2 ; regulating body systems; 3 ; cleansing the body; 4 ; raising the energy level of the body; and 5 ; stimulating the body's immune system. e bark and roots of trees from which certain herbs come ; are anti-fungal and anti-bacterial because they are designed to ward off insects. As a result, they assist our bodies in warding off germs and bacteria. Many other herbs like alfalfa whose root goes down 20 feet ; , are simply super-packed with nutrition and they nourish the body's cells and organs. Some herbs help our bodies cleanse. Some help build organs within our bodies. Herbs serve many different functions and bioflavonoids.
Financial reporting We attach particular importance to a fast, regular and open flow of financial market information. New facts that may have a significant impact on share prices due to their effects on the Company's asset or financial position or on the general business trend are reported immediately. Such ad-hoc notices are published by us as press releases and are concurrently accessible on the Company's website; an English version is also available there. The company uses the internet to provide shareholders, financial analysts and the interested public with information on current developments of the Dyckerhoff Group. Reporting on the Company's position is published on a timely basis; the interim reports appear on a quarterly basis, each within the first six weeks of the end of the quarter at the latest. Publication of the interim reports is normally accompanied by a telephone conference with the financial analysts. The Annual Report is published in the first three months of the fiscal year following the reporting year and is discussed at the annual press conference with interested specialist journalists or in the context of an analyst meeting with the financial analysts. Immediately upon their publication, the interim reports and the Annual Report are also available on the Internet also in English. The financial calendar can be found in both the interim reports and the Annual Report; it can also be found on our website. In the 2003 fiscal year, the Dyckerhoff preferred shares were indexed in the mdax. In August 2003, Buzzi Unicem S.p.A. offered the preferred shareholders of Dyckerhoff the opportunity of exchanging Dyckerhoff preferred shares into Buzzi Unicem savings shares at a ratio of 1 to 2.4. During the term of Buzzi Unicem's voluntary offer, a total of 11, 420, 830 shares, corresponding to 55.45 % of Dyckerhoff's preferred capital were exchanged. This led to a considerable reduction in the free float of Dyckerhoff preferred shares and, therefore, in the stock exchange sales of the preferred shares with the result that Dyckerhoff preferred shares were regrouped from the mdax to sdax with effect of March 22, 2004 and betaseron.
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