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Chemotherapy Safety Standards in the Developing World: is G CSF the Only Option? by Arif Adnan Shaukat in BJSTR

Abstract The developing world poses a new set of challenges for the ever more demanding field of oncology. Not only that one has to cope with the concept of new treatments, there are different patient expectations and difficulties with compromised and limited services in remote areas. Issues such as language barriers, paucity of trained staff and lack of health educators are common and need to be kept in check before confirming any treatment options.
https://biomedres.us/abstracts/BJSTR.MS.ID.000155.php
https://biomedres.us/pdfs/BJSTR.MS.ID.000155.pdf
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Chemotherapy Safety Standards in the Developing World: is G CSF the Only Option? by Arif Adnan Shaukat in BJSTR

Novel Methods in Nanomedicine for Drug Delivery Systems: Cancer Therapies by Mozhdeh Haddadi in BJSTR

Abstract Nanotechnology is a general design science that will provide us strong novel implements that may modification every attribute of community. These technologies will location in our hands the potency to design problem at the atomic and molecular level. We will be capable to finally construct available products on-demand and more cheaply. More interestingly, using inherent ideologies and developments, we will design produces that have never existed in nature. The main challenges in the efficient treatment of cancer patients are low effectiveness in drug delivery and inherent drug resistance in extremely heterogeneous human tumors. Chemotherapy drugs have little blood half-lives and confined extents of drugs can be delivered into tumors despite a lot doses of drugs being controlled to patients that reason severe systemic toxicity. Significant attentions when considering the potential that nanotechnology maintain to treat cancer.
https://biomedres.us/abstracts/BJSTR.MS.ID.000…

Understanding the Interactions with Image-Guidance System in Spine Navigated Surgery by Khaldoun El Abed in BJSTR

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Understanding the Interactions with Image-Guidance System in Spine Navigated Surgery by Khaldoun El Abed in BJSTR Abstract Image-guided technology has transformed spinal surgical interventions, in this review article the author attempts to understand the interactions with the most commonly used 3D system with the intraoperative cone beam CT, and develop a smooth workflow surgical plan. The system facilitates complex surgeries, minimizes radiation exposure to OR staff, and has advantages for minimally invasive surgeries. Aiming for safer surgeries, and understanding that navigation error is an interaction between technology and human factors.
https://biomedres.us/abstracts/BJSTR.MS.ID.000153.php
https://biomedres.us/pdfs/BJSTR.MS.ID.000153.pdf
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Professional Excellence Demands the Passionate Pursuit of Values, Vision & Character! by AbulKalam Azad in BJSTR

Abstract Personal and professional excellence is something beyond technical competence. Technically competent professionals are needed in all disciplines. Yet beyond technical competence we need people who create an atmosphere of trust and goodwill. Because at a technical level, most work is about ‘things’ but life however, is about interacting with ‘people’. It is about relationships. Professional excellence blends these two dimensions of “things” and “people” [1].
https://biomedres.us/abstracts/BJSTR.MS.ID.000152.php
https://biomedres.us/pdfs/BJSTR.MS.ID.000152.pdf
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Professional Excellence Demands the Passionate Pursuit of Values, Vision & Character! by AbulKalam Azad inBJSTR

Are there any Biomarkers of Aging? Biomarkers of the Brain by Vincent van Ginneken in BJSTR

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Are there any Biomarkers of Aging? Biomarkers of the Brain by Vincent van Ginneken in BJSTR Abstract Biomarkers of aging would give the true “biological age”, which may be different from the chronological age. Population perspectives regarding to aging, age-related diseases and life-expectancy of populations are extremely useful for e.g. governments and/or politicians. The problem with finding biomarkers of aging is that there are several theories of aging related to research areas like: oxidative stress, mitochondrial damage, telomeres shortage and cellular senescence, apoptosis and genetic predisposition. Although maximum lifespan would be a means of validating biomarkers of aging, it would not be a practical means for long-lived species such as humans because longitudinal studies would take far too much time. Ideally, biomarkers of aging should assay the biological process of aging and not a predisposition to disease. Despite the fact that few biomarkers are found for aging s…

Solitary Fibrous Tumor of the Pleura: Histology, CT Scan Images and Review of Literature over the Last Twenty Years. by Gianni Segato in BJSTR

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Solitary Fibrous Tumor of the Pleura: Histology, CT Scan Images and Review of Literature over the Last Twenty Years. by Gianni Segato in BJSTR Abstract Solitary fibrous tumor of the pleura is a rare neoplasm. In Literature up to 800 cases [1-3] have been reported, and these numbers show its rarity, despite of mesotheliomas, the most pleural tumors represented. Males and females are equal distributed and the same is true for age. No correlation with exposure to asbestos, tobacco or others environmental agents, were found for its development. Solitary fibrous tumor of the pleura occurs as localized neoplasms of the pleura and was initially classified as “localized mesothelioma”. Recently, with the aid of the electronic microscope and immunohistochemistry, has been possible emphasize that their origin is mesenchymal and not mesothelial, so the term “localized mesothelioma” has been replaced with “solitary fibrous pleural tumor” STFP [4].
https://biomedres.us/abstracts/BJSTR.MS.ID.000150.php

Current Situation of Blood Transfusion: An Article of Opinion by Alcaraz Rubio Jesús in BJSTR

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Current Situation of Blood Transfusion: An Article of Opinion by Alcaraz Rubio Jesús in BJSTR Abstract The blood transfusion is an essential part of modern medical care. Used properly can save lives. Throughout the world, the centers that make blood products strive to provide safe of them, since the process of the transfusion could be without risks. At this point is essential the rational use of the same, imposing the need to balance the benefits and potential side effects that could produce like allergic and hemolytic reactions, metabolic processes, effects on cellular immunomodulation, lung damage or transmission of infectious diseases (HIV, HBV and HCV, among others).
https://biomedres.us/abstracts/BJSTR.MS.ID.000149.php
https://biomedres.us/pdfs/BJSTR.MS.ID.000149.pdf
https://biomedres.us/fulltexts/BJSTR.MS.ID.000149.php