Oct 07, 2016

Austin Journal of Clinical Medicine

Post-Partum Dyspnea in a Previously Asymptomatic 22 Year Old: Management of Rapidly Progressive Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension in the Acute and Post Acute Setting

Abstract: A 22-year-old woman was transferred from another hospital after developing precipitous postpartum hypoxemia and hypotension. Upon arrival, the patient was severely hypoxic with oxygen saturation under 20% despite mechanical...

Oct 07, 2016

Austin Arthritis

Fibromyalgia and Sleep Disturbance: A Vicious Circle

Abstract: Fibromyalgia is a chronic non-inflammatory and non-autoimmune diffuse pain syndrome affecting the musculoskeletal system. Traditionally, poor sleep quality has been linked as a feature of fibromyalgia that is a consequence of...

Oct 07, 2016

Austin Journal of Clinical Medicine

External Counterpulsation Therapy for Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment

Abstract: The development of vascular dementia and Alzheimerís Disease (AD) share an association with hemodynamic risk factors. Physical exercise improves cardiac output, which in turn increases Cerebral Blood Flow (CBF) and may...

Oct 07, 2016

Austin Hematology

The Implementation of a Geriatric Patients Blood Management Program based on CBA to Monitor Hemoglobin Level in Nursing Homes

Abstract: Background: In line with Resolution WHO63.12 of 21/05/2010 from the World Health Organization, the Italian National Blood Center has promoted an initiative encapsulated by the term Patient Blood Management (PBM). Aim of...

Oct 07, 2016

Austin Journal of Autism & Related Disabilities

A Short Contribution to the Observation of Visually Impaired Children with Autistic Trails

Abstract: The educational intervention for visually impaired children with additional disabilities can build an important experiential knowledge, as these children encourage us to constantly re-invent our working...

Oct 07, 2016

Austin Journal of Radiology

Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

Abstract: We present a case of a 47-year-old woman with non-specific symptoms and signs of anaemia. Her liver function tests were abnormal and Anti-Nuclear Antibodies (ANA) was significantly elevated. Magnetic Resonance Cholangio-Pancreaticography...

Oct 07, 2016

Austin Alzheimerís and Parkinsonís Disease

Alzheimerís Disease and the Compounds of Ligusticum Wallichii

Abstract: Ligusticum wallichii, a famous hemorheologic agent of Chinese medicinal herb, was used to treat headache, rheumatic arthralgia, irregular menses and other diseases during ancient years. Today dozens of chemical compositions...

Oct 07, 2016

Austin Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences

Status of Pesticides Residues in Milk and Milk Products: A Review

Abstract: Livestock is an important sub-sector of agriculture that plays a key role in economy of a country by contributing to GDP and in total export. Pakistan is the 5th largest milk producer in the world with a total milk production of about...

Oct 07, 2016

Advance Research in Textile Engineering

The Robot Seamstress

Abstract: Itís interesting when a new journal launches to reflect on what might be its future contents. I have, somewhere on my shelves, back collections of journals and magazines that in various ways marked...

Oct 06, 2016

Austin Psychiatry

In situ Hybridization: Applications in the Realm of Neuroscience

Abstract: In situ hybridization is a technique widely used in neuroanatomy for mapping anatomical distribution and characterization of neurochemicals in brains of murine and human models. However, the...

Oct 06, 2016

Austin Environmental Sciences

Environmental Geochemistry in Soil Exploration

Abstract: Soil contamination by Potentially Toxic Elements (PTEs) is one of the most recognized forms of environmental pollution and its persistence depends on both natural pedo-geochemical background...

Oct 06, 2016

Austin Journal of Clinical Neurology

Cholinesterase Inhibitors as a Disease-Modifying Therapy for Alzheimerís Disease: The Anticholinergic Hypothesis

Abstract: In this mini-review article, we summarize our previous results and discuss whether cholinesterase inhibitors (ChEIs) should be considered a diseasemodifying therapy for Alzheimerís disease (AD). First, we reiterate that the...

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