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Chronic Urticaria Due to Allergy to Wheat Alpha-Amylase Inhibitor Proteins  [PDF]
Nagore Arruti Oyarzabal, Olga Villarreal Balza de Vallejo, Nagore Bernedo Belar, Maria Teresa Audicana Berasategui, Natividad Longo Areso, Borja Bartolomé
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2016.54024
Abstract: Chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU) is defined as the spontaneous appearance of wheals, angioedema, or both, for at least 6 weeks, due to known or unknown causes [1]. In some patients who present a CSU with daily or almost daily symptoms a type I allergy could be the underlying cause. We present one adult patient with chronic urticaria who was finally diagnosed as a non-occupational case of IgE-mediated wheat allergy manifested following exposure by 3 different routes: inhalation (rhinitis and bronchial asthma), dermal absorption (contact urticaria) and ingestion (systemic chronic urticaria). We were able to detect the culprit proteins by immunoblotting. Serum IgE binds mainly to alpha-amylase/trypsin inhibitors and, to a lesser extent, to other proteins associated with food allergy to grains (e.g. beta-glucanase, serpin, peroxidase). In our opinion, skin prick tests with a food standard battery could help in the etiological diagnosis of chronic urticaria. The identification of responsible allergens could be difficult because only a few complex in vitro techniques allow detecting the allergy to several proteins.
Anaphylactic Shock Due to Allergy to Macrogol 4000 Contained in SonoVue®  [PDF]
Nagore Arruti Oyarzabal, Natividad Longo Areso, Nagore Bernedo Belar, Italo Girao Popolizio, Arturo Velasco Arregui, Olga Villarreal Balza de Vallejo
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2017.66014
Abstract: SonoVue® (Bracco; Milan, Italy) is an ultrasound contrast medium which contains polyethylene glycol (PEG) or macrogol, an excipient responsible for severe allergic reactions, especially through the parenteral route, and widely used, especially in the health field. We present an adult patient who experienced an IgE-mediated anaphylactic shock due to macrogol contained in SonoVue®, as demonstrates the skin tests realized. The allergy study has been useful in our case because it has guided us in the preventive measures to advice to the patient, who has to avoid not only SonoVue® but also other products that contain macrogol. We consider this case of interest because it is an allergic adverse reaction to SonoVue® in which its excipient, macrogol, has acted like the allergen responsible. We have to add SonoVue® to the list of the products that contain macrogol in their composition and keep in mind the possible allergenic capacity of this excipient for suspecting its responsibility, especially in those patients with multiple drug allergy and/or reactions to products of different natures like ultrasound gels, topical products (e.g. toothpastes, antiseptics, sunscreens, etc.), plasma expanders and others.
Psychological interventions and health: critical connections
Belar,Cynthia D.;
Psicologia, Saúde & Doen?as , 2000,
Abstract: the objective of the study was to discuss critical connections between psychological interventions and health can at various levels: the individual/family, the community/worksite, the health care system, and the general population itself. psychologists have developed interventions that have positively impacted health in the areas of prevention and health promotion, recovery from illness, management of physical symptoms, stressful medical procedures, adherence and health care systems design. sites of interventions can range from health care clinics and hospitals to school systems, worksites, communities and public health agencies. as the influence of psychological factors in health becomes more widely appreciated, there will be increasing needs for clinical health psychologists who are appropriately trained to provide these services. the arden house conference delegates (1983) outlined education and training for clinical health psychologists that has been accepted to date in the united states. in addition to a broad education in the discipline of psychology, clinical health psychologist need knowledge and skills in a broad core areas.
Semblanza de Nora Andrade
Josefina Nagore
Argos , 2009,
Neuroendoscopy in Epilepsy Surgery  [PDF]
Oscar Humberto Jimenez-Vazquez, Norma Nagore
World Journal of Neuroscience (WJNS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/wjns.2016.62014
Abstract: Epilepsy surgery has constantly evolved in various fields of knowledge. Surgical criteria have shifted from standard procedures to individualized forms of treatment, depending on physiological tests and specific imagenology findings in an individual patient. New instruments and applications based upon older instruments have been described in the treatment of epilepsy surgery, including the use of endoscopes. Frequent indications of neuroendoscopy in epilepsy surgery have been mostly to assist in open procedures, particularly when fluid-filled spaces are present within the surgical field, such as cystic parasites, tumors, arachnoid, or other types of cysts. Other indications certainly include cases of temporal lobe epilepsy, where ventricular exploration precedes intraventricular electrode placing as a tool to localize epileptogenic zones. Although described several years ago, there has been a recent trend in performing endoscopy-assisted section of the corpus-callosum in patients with generalized seizures. As neurosurgical instruments and techniques continue their progress, endoscopy will be included more frequently as part of the armamentarium in epilepsy surgery.
Bernedo Pinto,Patricio;
Historia (Santiago) , 2000, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-71942000003300001
Abstract: this article analyses the strategies applied by the editors of valdivia?s deutsche zeitung, a german language newspaper in valdivia (chile), between 1886 and 1912. it seeks to explain the reasons behind the success or failure of these strategies and the social, political and economic elements involved. the author concludes that the closure of this paper was due to the inability to find a journalistics strategy in tune with the news interests of its readers
Patricio Bernedo Pinto
Historia (Santiago) , 2000,
Abstract: This article analyses the strategies applied by the editors of Valdivia’s Deutsche Zeitung, a German language newspaper in Valdivia (Chile), between 1886 and 1912. It seeks to explain the reasons behind the success or failure of these strategies and the social, political and economic elements involved. The author concludes that the closure of this paper was due to the inability to find a journalistics strategy in tune with the news interests of its readers
Clima, dise o y diversidad urbana en el uso de tres plazas de Madrid / Climate, design and urban diversity: The use the people do of three squares of Madrid.
Nagore Urrutia del Campo
Territorios en Formación , 2011,
Abstract: Resumen Este artículo recoge los resultados del estudio de las características físicas, funcionales y climáticas de tres plazas de la ciudad de Madrid, así como el uso que las personas hicieron de ellas durante los meses de primavera. Los resultados muestran la relación existente entre los condicionantes físicos y ambientales y el modo de ocupación del espacio por parte de los ciudadanos en los días analizados, pero también ponen de manifiesto la dificultad de generalizar el concepto de confort en el espacio público. En el presente trabajo se ha verificado la utilidad de ciertas herramientas de caracterización climática de plazas y se ha puesto de manifiesto que aquellas plazas que ofrecen al ciudadano una mayor mezcla de posibilidades en lo referente a situarse en lugares con condiciones microclimáticas y posibilidades de utilización del espacio diversas han sido los más empleados durante los periodos analizados. Así, se evidencia la necesidad de conservación y creación de la ciudad compleja, con mezcla de usos y que ofrece al ciudadano la posibilidad de elección, transformándose así, en un lugar más habitable y democrático. Palabras clave Plazas, primavera, mezcla de posibilidades, condiciones ambientales, herramientas climáticas, ciudad compleja. Abstract This article presents the results of the study of physical, functional and climatic properties of three public squares in the city of Madrid, and the use people made of them during the 2010 spring months. The results show the relationship between the physical and environmental conditions and the mode of occupation of space by citizens in the analyzed days, but also highlight the difficulty of generalizing the concept of comfort in public space. The work verified the usefulness of certain climatic characterization tools. It has been also shown that those spaces that provide the citizens a greater mix of possibilities of standing places due to having a variety of microclimatic conditions and different possibilities for using the public space were the most used ones. Thus, it demonstrates the need to preserve and create a complex city, the one with a mix of uses and that offers the citizens the possibility of choice; the livable and democratic city. Keywords Squares, spring, mix of possibilities, environmental conditions, weather tools, complex city.
Historia de un fracaso: El “himno nacional” en la Espa a del siglo XIX
Nagore Ferrer, María
Arbor : Ciencia, Pensamiento y Cultura , 2011, DOI: 10.3989/arbor.2011.751n5002
Abstract: Music as a vehicle susceptible of moving and transmitting ideological contents has always played a prominent role in social struggle. Particularly relevant in this regard is the role of music in the patriotic or political mobilization of societies and cultures, which is a form of mass mobilization. “National anthems” achieved great importance in Europe and America, coinciding with the processes of revolution and independence, and with the increasing national consciousness in many territories during the nineteenth century. In Spain, however, several attempts to establish a national anthem failed. The “royal march” worked de facto as national march, but it did not have enough social support or the symbolic dimension to constitute a “national anthem”. In the 1830-40’s many voices claimed that the Himno de Riego was declared national anthem. In the 60’s, coinciding with the African War, composers as Chueca or Gabalda wrote national hymns as well; even someone suggested that a cantiga of Alfonso X el Sabio became a hymn. In 1896 there was also an attempt to transform the march of the Zarzuela Cádiz, of Chueca, in a national hymn. And still in the early twentieth century many voices insisted on the need for Spain to have a national anthem. During those years on fashion hymns were very important, and many of them, from different countries, were published in arrangement for piano. This article tries to explore this process, analyzing the causes of the successive failures from the social, political and musical points of view. La música, como vehículo susceptible de conmover y transmitir una carga ideológica, siempre ha desempe ado un destacado papel en las movilizaciones sociales. Especialmente relevante, en este sentido, es el papel de la música en la movilización patriótica o política de las sociedades y las culturas, que es una forma de movilización de masas. En el siglo XIX toman mucha fuerza en Europa y América los “himnos nacionales”, coincidiendo con los procesos revolucionarios e independentistas y con la creciente conciencia nacional en los distintos territorios. En Espa a, sin embargo, los diversos intentos de establecer un himno nacional fracasaron. La “marcha real” funcionó de facto como marcha nacional, pero no tuvo el respaldo social ni la carga simbólica suficiente como para constituir un “himno nacional”. En los a os 1830-40 muchas voces pidieron que el Himno de Riego fuera proclamado himno nacional; en los a os 60, coincidiendo con la guerra de áfrica, compositores como Gabaldá o Chueca escribieron himnos nacionales, incluso se propuso que una c
Bernedo Pinto,Patricio; Arriagada Cardini,Eduardo;
Historia (Santiago) , 2002, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-71942002003500003
Abstract: press historians have periodically regarded the foundation of "el mercurio" newspaper in santiago in 1900 as the turning point at which the modernization of the chilean press began. however, the better part of their publications? analysis has omitted a key factor: to show that this newspaper?s entrepreneurial and journalistic proposal faced in its early stages many hardships and ups-and-downs. the beginnings of this newspaper were a story in themselves. with that hypothesis en mind and based on the newspaper founder?s letter exchange, this investigation seeks to demonstrate that "el mercurio" took more than three years to become the newspaper that has been hailed by press historians
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