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3801. Local Temperature in Gastric Hypothermia Full Text available with Trip Pro

Local Temperature in Gastric Hypothermia Measurements of temperatures inside the stomachs of humans by means of thermister probes introduced with the balloon used in cryotherapy indicated that the mucosa does not undergo freezing in this procedure.

1964 California Medicine

3802. Action of Lipases of Staphylococcus aureus on Milk Fat Full Text available with Trip Pro

Action of Lipases of Staphylococcus aureus on Milk Fat The activity of the lipase(s) of two strains of coagulase-positive Staphylococcus aureus was determined in milk fat incubated at 15, 22, and 30 C for 8 days. Total fat hydrolysis was measured by acid degree values (ADV). Neutral lipids were separated into component groups on a Florisil column. Free fatty acids were determined by temperature-programmed gas-liquid chromatography. The ADV were 25 to 50% greater at 22 than at 15 C and 4 to 7 (...) for peptonization, coagulase, and change in pH. Addition of oleic and stearic acid to sterile skim milk inoculated with S. aureus resulted in an increase in nonprotein nitrogen, and the C(4) to C(12) acids caused a decrease in protease activity.

1965 Applied microbiology

3803. Removal of Plant Nutrients by Means of Aerobic Stabilization of Sludge Full Text available with Trip Pro

treated by an aerobic process, a significant portion of the carbonaceous matter was oxidized to carbon dioxide and water, and the rest was assimilated into microbial protoplasm. This process tied up the available nitrogen and phosphorus so that practically none remained dissolved in the suspending liquid. The accumulated solids, consisting mostly of microbial cells, were separated very easily from the liquid, leaving a slightly colored supernatant fluid that was water-clear, free from plant nutrients (...) Removal of Plant Nutrients by Means of Aerobic Stabilization of Sludge In the conventional treatment of sewage, the solids are normally disposed of by anaerobic digestion. This leaves a considerable amount of plant nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphate, as soluble compounds which will eventually find their way into the plant's final effluent, since the supernatant fluid from the digesters is normally returned to the raw sewage. In a recent investigation, we found that, if the sludges were

1965 Applied microbiology

3804. HYPERFINE STRUCTURE FROM THE FOUR PYRROLE NITROGENS OF HEME Full Text available with Trip Pro

HYPERFINE STRUCTURE FROM THE FOUR PYRROLE NITROGENS OF HEME Hemin and hematin have been incorporated into single crystals of the condensed-ring planar hydrocarbon perylene, the approximate molecular ratio of heme to aromatic being 10(-3). X-ray diffraction and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) measurements indicate that these mixed crystals maintain their integrity when subjected to cryogenic temperatures and then returned to room temperature. EPR X-band orientation studies of single (...) crystals at liquid helium temperature have revealed the following two important features: (1) presence of ligand hyperfine structure, which can be used to quantitate the distribution of unpaired metal electron on the ligands and (2) removal of the immediate fourfold symmetry of the ligand field about the metal, as evidenced by the rhombic character of the high-spin ferric system. The ligand hyperfine splittings have been interpreted as arising chiefly from an isotropic Fermi contact interaction

1969 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America

3805. CANTHARIDIN TREATMENT OF DIGITAL AND PERIUNGUAL WARTS Full Text available with Trip Pro

a single application of cantharidin. Few required more than three treatments. Observation was continued for more than six months in more than half of the cases. Cure was lasting in about 70 per cent of the cases in which the long term result was known. Cantharidin ranks with liquid nitrogen in effectiveness, but it is painless to apply and does not cause scarring. For these reasons it is especially useful in children.The main disadvantage is pain and tenderness at the treated site for two to four days

1960 California Medicine

3806. THE FINE STRUCTURAL LOCALIZATION OF ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE IN THE SMALL INTESTINE, KIDNEY, AND LIVER OF THE RAT Full Text available with Trip Pro

THE FINE STRUCTURAL LOCALIZATION OF ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATASE IN THE SMALL INTESTINE, KIDNEY, AND LIVER OF THE RAT The distribution of the reaction product of a staining method for adenosine triphosphatase (ATPase) in rat small intestine, kidney, and liver was studied with electron microscopy. Several procedures were tried but the best results were obtained from tissue that had been quenched in liquid nitrogen, sectioned at 25 micro in a cryostat, fixed for 30 to 90 minutes at 4 degrees C

1963 The Journal of cell biology

3807. Coiled and ready.

Coiled and ready. Coiled and ready. | Thorax blog by A couple of years ago I went on the advanced bronchoscopy course Palav Shah runs at the Brompton. I walked away with ideas of starting up a cryotherapy service, and excited about trying out some of the new lung volume reduction coils. I had a tinker with a cryotherapy machine, and hope to have another go with it at some point. The coils are a different issue – only available in the study, and only in London, initially. After a couple

2014 Thorax blog

3808. Doxorubicin-induced hair loss and possible modification by scalp cooling. (Abstract)

Doxorubicin-induced hair loss and possible modification by scalp cooling. 69866 1977 09 22 2017 09 20 0140-6736 2 8031 1977 Jul 30 Lancet (London, England) Lancet Doxorubicin-induced hair loss and possible modification by scalp cooling. 253-4 Edelstyn G A GA MacDonald M M MacRae K D KD eng Clinical Trial Letter Randomized Controlled Trial England Lancet 2985213R 0140-6736 80168379AG Doxorubicin AIM IM Alopecia chemically induced prevention & control Breast Neoplasms drug therapy Cryotherapy

1977 Lancet (London, England)

3809. An assessment of methods of treating viral warts by comparative treatment trials based on a standard design. (Abstract)

of cure to depend on the proportions of the various response groups within the population under consideration. These proportions were found to vary geographically and at different periods. In all the trials the results were assessed at 12 weeks. In the treatment of hand warts, the percentage cure of patients treated with liquid nitrogen fell significantly from 75 to 40% when the interval between freezings was increased from 3 to 4 weeks. The average number of freezings required for a cure was 3-1 (...) amongst all patients cured by 6 or less freezings at intervals of 2 or 3 weeks. In a two-centre trial there was no significant difference between the percentage cure of patients with hand warts treated with liquid nitrogen (69%) and of those applying a paint containing salicylic and lactic acids (SAL) (67%). Patients receiving both treatments concurrently did better (78%) but the difference was not found to be statistically significant. In the treatment of simple plantar warts the percentage cure

1976 The British journal of dermatology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

3810. Prostate cancer

. For permissions, please email: journals.permissions@oxfordjournals.orgincontinence. External beam radiotherapy should be based on conformal techniques. Cryotherapy, HIFU and focal therapy are not recommended as standard initial treatment, but rather are regarded as options in current development [II, C]. local disease low-risk group. Optionsinclude active surveillance, radical prostatectomy, external beamradiotherapy,brachytherapy with permanentimplants orhigh dose ratebrachytherapy with temporary implants

2010 European Society for Medical Oncology

3811. Guidelines on current good Radiopharmacy Practice (cGRPP) for the small-scale preparations of radiopharmaceuticals

Medicine, Medical University Innsbruck, Anichstrasse 35, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria e-mail: Clemens.Decristoforo@uki.at Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging DOI 10.1007/s00259-010-1407-3Keywords Radiopharmaceuticals . Quality assurance . PET . cGRPP Abbreviations API Active pharmaceutical ingredient BET Bacterial endotoxin test cGRPP Current good radiopharmacy practice EANM European Association of Nuclear Medicine HEPA filter High-efficiency particulate air filter HPLC High-performance liquid chromatography LAFW (...) procedureshouldbeinplacetodealwithallchangesthatmay affect the quality of the radiopharmaceutical. This includes changes in the preparation method as well as in QC, equipment, software,manufacturingand suppliers. Process controls Process controls should include monitoring of all measur- able parameters such as pressures, temperatures, radioac- tivity levels, and gas and liquid flow rates at relevant process locations and times, to ensure that the materials are controlled until required tests or other verification activities have been completed

2010 European Association of Nuclear Medicine

3812. Coiled and ready.

Coiled and ready. Coiled and ready. | Thorax blog by A couple of years ago I went on the advanced bronchoscopy course Palav Shah runs at the Brompton. I walked away with ideas of starting up a cryotherapy service, and excited about trying out some of the new lung volume reduction coils. I had a tinker with a cryotherapy machine, and hope to have another go with it at some point. The coils are a different issue – only available in the study, and only in London, initially. After a couple

2014 Thorax blog

3813. I started a family medicine practice for $11,000. You can, too.

later, everything from billing software (I don’t outsource billing) to unemployment taxes to my liquid nitrogen monthly service. I’m only trying to detail my example of up front costs here, not ongoing expenses. My first-month gross income was $200, and my second month was $1,600. My expenses were a few thousand a month, so I didn’t break even on a monthly basis until month three. By month seven, I had paid off the original $11K and the first few months deficit, all of which total was maybe $20K

2015 KevinMD blog

3814. Eccentric exercise in the treatment of Achilles Tendinopathy

with chronic Achilles tendinopathy >3 months. Group 1 (n=15)performed 3 x 15 repetitions daily for 12 weeks. Group 2 (n=5) conventional repetitive cryotherapy and relative rest over 12 weeks. Level 1b RCT 1. Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) 1. No between group statistical comparison. No between group statistical comparison for VAS. Small sample size, particularly for the control group. No power calculation. No blinding of the participants or therapists. No concealed allocation. Not clear on randomisation

2009 BestBETS

3815. Imiquimod cream for the treatment of adult patients with actinic keratosis

no significant difference in 100% clearance rate at end of treatment with 2 courses of imiquimod, at 12 month follow up, imiquimod was significantly better than 5 FU in sustained clearance of total treatment field (ARR =51%, NNT = 2); in global cosmetic outcome (ARR =77%, NNT = 1) and skin appearance as better improvement in skin quality (ARR = 25%, NNT = 4). Total adverse events were not reported. Imiquimod vs cryotherapy 1 open label RCT (Krawtchenko et al 2007) compared imiquimod 3 times per week for 4 (...) to 8 weeks (12 to 24 doses) to cryotherapy (20-40s per lesion, 1 or 2 courses) with duration of follow up of 12 months after end of treatment. No patient experienced serious adverse event. Sqaumous cell carcinoma rate or QOL data was not reported. At end of treatment there was no significant difference in 100% clearance rate between the two groups (RR [95% CI] 1.24 [0.91, 1.70]) but imiquimod was significantly better than cryotherapy in histologically confirmed 100% clearance rates [ARR = 41.8

2009 Therapeutics Letter

3816. Imiquimod cream for actinic keratosis

, imiquimod was significantly better than 5 FU in sustained clearance of total treatment field (ARR=51%, NNT=2); in global cosmetic outcome (ARR=77%, NNT=1) and skin appearance as better improvement in skin quality (ARR=25%, NNT=4). Total adverse events were not reported. Imiquimod vs cryotherapy 1 open label RCT (Krawtchenko et al 2007) compared imiquimod 3 times per week for 4 to 8 weeks (12 to 24 doses) to cryotherapy (20-40s per lesion, 1 or 2 courses) with duration of follow up of 12 months after end (...) of treatment. No patient experienced serious adverse events. Sqaumous cell carcinoma rate or QOL data was not reported. At end of treatment there was no significant difference in 100% clearance rate between the two groups (RR [95% CI] 1.24 [0.91, 1.70]) but imiquimod was significantly better than cryotherapy in histologically confirmed 100% clearance rates [ARR=41.8%, NNT=3]. At 12 months, imiquimod was significantly better than cryotherapy in sustained 100% clearance of total treatment field of AK lesions

2009 Therapeutics Letter

3817. Multi-professional guidelines for the management of the patient with primary cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma

by cryosurgery in experienced hands. Prior biopsy is necessary to establish the diagnosis histologically. There is great variability in the use of liquid nitrogen for cryotherapy and significant transatlantic variations in practice. For this reason caution should be exercised in the use of cryotherapy for SCC 14 although it may be an appropriate technique for selected cases in specialised centres. 65;113;121 Cryosurgery is not appropriate for locally recurrent disease or high risk tumours. Radiotherapy (...) of the tumour bears a predictable relationship to the true extent of the tumour, and that excision of a margin of clinically normal-appearing tissue around the tumour will encompass any microscopic tumour extension. The wider the surgical margin the greater the likelihood that all tumour will be removed. Large tumours have greater microscopic tumour extension and should be removed with a wider margin. This concept is equally valid for non-surgical treatments such as radiotherapy and cryotherapy in which

2009 British Association of Dermatologists

3819. Kidney Stones - What's the diagnosis?

, mmol/day 7 Supersaturation Calcium Oxalate 10.11 Potassium, mmol/day 45 Calcium, mg/day 78 Magnesium, mg/day 52 Oxalate, mg/day 28 Phosphate, mg/day 0.76 Citrate, mg/day 11 NH4, mmol/day 68 Supersaturation Calcium Phosphate 0.71 Chloride, mmol/day 48 Urine pH 5.6 Sulphate, mEq/day 39 Supersaturation Uric Acid 2.71 Urea Nitrogen, g/day 11 Uric Acid, mg/day 0.499 Protein Catabolic Rate 1.2 Creatinine 1292 He has a high risk for calcium oxalate and uric acid stones. His urine citrate and sodium (...) carbonate prescribed for patients with dietary oxaluria are also helpful for these patients. The diarrhea associated with these disorders may result in low urine volumes, hypokalemia, hypocitraturia, and hypomagnes- uria. Patients should therefore be advised to increase their fluid intake and to take potassium citrate (in this case, the liquid, although unpalatable, is better absorbed than the tablets) as well as a magnesium supplement. Magnesium also serves as a urinary stone inhibitor and can be given

2013 Renal Fellow Network

3820. What is the evidence for excision of seborrheic keratosis?

may be used to treat seborrheic keratoses. They include cryotherapy with carbon dioxide (dry ice) or liquid nitrogen, electrodesiccation, electrodesiccation and curettage, curettage alone, shave biopsy or excision using a scalpel, or a laser or dermabrasion surgery. Some of these techniques destroy the lesion without providing a specimen for histopathologic diagnosis. • The shave biopsy provides histologic material for accurate diagnosis and removes the lesion in a cosmetically acceptable manner (...) at the same time. After a shave biopsy is obtained, a curette can be employed to smooth and remove any remaining keratotic material. Generally, this is the author's preferred method of removal. • If a biopsy is not desired, light electrodesiccation facilitates a sharp curettage. • Freezing seborrheic keratoses with dry ice or liquid nitrogen avoids the need for surgical excision; however, complications of freezing include pigmentary changes and on occasion, scarring. • Curettage in conjunction with liquid

2011 TRIP Answers

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