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Zastosowanie laseroterapii w agodzeniu objawów starzenia skóry
Adam Halbina,Ewa Trznadel-Budko,Helena Rotsztejn
Przegl?d Menopauzalny , 2010,
Abstract: Skin aging is a continuous process observed especially in the menopause period. The work shows currenttherapeutic possibilities of skin laser rejuvenation. The work describes ablation and non-ablation methods in laserremodelling.
Atopic dermatitis in a general practitioner practice. Atopowe zapalenie skóry w praktyce lekarza rodzinnego.
Joanna Frankowska,Ewa Trznadel-Budko,Helena Rotsztejn
Clinical Dermatology , 2009,
Abstract: Since allergic diseases are more and more common nowadays, they are a very important clinical problem. The effective treatment of these diseases in childhood may contribute to decreasing diseases at a later time. The role of general practitioners in diagnosing atopic dermatitis is extremely significant, because they are the first who examine children with atopic lesions. They ought to educate parents about the basic knowledge, identification and elimination contributing factors of atopic dermatitis and systematically control children's health. The treatment should be based on the close cooperation of general practitioners, paediatricians, allergologists and dermatologists because atopic dermatitis may be the starting point of chronic disease process.
Infection cases in infants and small children with atopic dermatitis – own observations
Helena Rotsztejn,Joanna Frankowska,Barbara Kamer,Ewa Trznadel-Grodzka
Post?py Higieny i Medycyny Do?wiadczalnej , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction:The purpose of the work is to estimate the frequency of occurrence of various infections in infants and small children, aged between 0 and 36 months with atopic dermatitis in the practice of a family doctor.Material/Methods:The study has been conducted on the basis of the retrospective analysis of medical documentation of disease among children born in 2005–2008 treated in Outpatient Clinic of the Polish Mother’s Memorial Hospital in Lodz.Results:Children suffering from atopic dermatitis are more prone to develop infectious diseases.Conclusions:Infectious diseases in children with atopic dermatitis are of more chronic nature and more often require antibiotic therapy. Such children often manifest chronic diarrhea and their stool contains Staphylococcus aureus. They are more often hospitalized because of difficulty in setting a diagnosis and applying treatment in outpatient clinics.
Investigations of seborrheic dermatitis. Part II. Influenceof itraconazole on the clinical condition and the level of selected cytokinesin seborrheic dermatitis
Ewa Trznadel-Grodzka,Marcin B?aszkowski,Helena Rotsztejn
Post?py Higieny i Medycyny Do?wiadczalnej , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction:The pathogenesis of seborrheic dermatitis has not been fully elucidated. A number of anascogenic yeasts of Malassezia spp. appear to be involved in the intensity of the symptoms. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the levels of selected inflammatory cytokines, IL-2, IL-4, IFN-γ and TNF-α, in the serum after treatment with itraconazole.Material/Methods:Sixty-six subjects were enrolled in the study. The control group consisted of 30 participants (23 females and 7 males) without any clinical disorders, aged 24–65 (37.41±6.08 years). Thirty-six patients with seborrheic dermatitis (16 females and 20 males), aged 19–76 (38.61±13.77), constituted the study group. The measurement of IL-2, IL-4, IFN-γ and TNF-α levels was performed by ELISA using a Human High Sensitivity kit (Diaclone, France).Results:After six-week treatment with itraconazole administered daily at a dose of 200 mg using pulse therapy, there was remission of the disease or at least substantial clinical improvement in the patients with seborrheic dermatitis. The levels of IL-2 and IFN-γ cytokines in the study group were higher than in the control group. After the treatment the level of IFN-γ secretion in the male patients with seborrheic dermatitis significantly increased. The levels of the other studied cytokines did not significantly differ.Conclusions:The treatment with itraconazole had a beneficial effect on the clinical condition of the skin of the patients. IFN-γ is a cytokine whose secretion might affect the condition of the skin in seborrheic dermatitis.
Investigations of seborrheic dermatitis. Part I. The role of selected cytokines in the pathogenesis of seborrheic dermatitis
Ewa Trznadel-Grodzka,Marcin B?aszkowski,Helena Rotsztejn
Post?py Higieny i Medycyny Do?wiadczalnej , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction:The etiology of seborrheic dermatitis is not fully understood. It has been observed that a number of anascogenic yeasts of Malassezia spp. is related to the intensity of the symptoms. The aim of the study is to measure the concentration of selected inflammatory factors IL-2, IL-4, IFN-γ and TNF-α in the serum by an immunoenzymatic method, as well as to confirm the relationship between the studied factors and the clinical condition of the patients (sex, the intensity of skin lesions according to the Scaparro scale) and, finally, to compare the results with the control group.Material/Methods:The total number of subjects who participated in the study was 66. The control group (C) consisted of 30 volunteers (23 females and 7 males), with no clinical disorders, aged 24–65 (37.41±6.08 years). Thirty-six patients with seborrheic dermatitis (16 females and 20 males), aged 19–76 (38.61±13.77), made up the study group. The determination of IL-2, IL-4, IFN-γ and TNF-α was performed by ELISA using a Human High Sensitivity kit (Diaclone, France). Clinically, the intensity of the disease process was evaluated on the Scaparro et al. scale, as modified by Kaszuba.Results:We observed statistically significantly higher levels of IL-2 and IFN-γ in patients with seborrheic dermatitis compared to the control group.Conclusions:We conclude that seborrheic dermatitis is a dermatosis characterized by a cell type immune response with an important role of IFN-γ and IL-2.
The impact of chronic skin diseases on patients` quality of life Wp yw przewlek ych chorób skóry na jako ycia pacjentów
Edyta Tyc-Zdrojewska,Ewa Trznadel-Grodzka,Andrzej Kaszuba
Clinical Dermatology , 2011,
Abstract: Chronic dermatological diseases such as: psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, vitiligo, acne and rosacea have a negative impact on patients` quality of life. Patients very often experience stress and feelings of stigma and more often than general population suffer from various mental disorders, including depression. The presence of disease has a negative impact not only on family, but also on an occupational life. The quality of life study provides valuable information which gives a better understanding of the patients` needs. The role of stress in pathogenesis of some dermatological diseases and the influence of chronic dermatoses on selected parameters of patients` quality of life were presented in this article.
Superconductivity In K- And Na- Doped Bafe2as2: What Can We Learn From Heat Capacity And Pressure Dependence of Tc
Sergey L. Bud'ko
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1142/S0217984914300191
Abstract: A brief overview of changes in the superconducting transition temperature under pressure and evolution of specific heat capacity jump at Tc for two related families of iron - based superconductors, Ba{1-x}KxFe2As2 (0.2 < x < 1.0) and Ba{1-x}NaxFe2As2 (0.2 < x < 0.9) will be given. For Ba{1-x}KxFe2As2 the specific heat capacity jump at Tc measured over the whole extent of the superconducting dome shows clear deviation from the empirical, Delta Cp (Tc) ~ Tc^3, scaling (known as the BNC scaling) for x > 0.7. At the same concentrations range apparent equivalence of effects of pressure and K- substitution on Tc fails. These observations suggests a significant change of the superconducting state for x > 0.7. In contrast, the data for the large portion of Ba{1-x}NaxFe2As2 (0.2 < x < 0.9) series follow the BNC scaling. However, the pressure dependence of Tc (measured up to ~ 12 kbar) have clear non-linearities for Na concentration in 0.2 - 0.25 region, that may be consistent with Tc crossing the phase boundaries of the emergent, narrow, antiferromagnetic/tetragonal phase. Results will be discussed in context other studies of these two and related families of iron-based superconductors.
Quantization of systems with internal degrees of freedom in two-dimensional manifolds
Ewa Eliza Ro?ko,Ewa Gobcewicz
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1016/S0034-4877(14)60048-3
Abstract: Presented is a primary step towards quantization of infinitesimal rigid body moving in a two-dimensional manifold. The special stress is laid on spaces of constant curvature like the two-dimensional sphere and pseudosphere (Lobatschevski space). Also two-dimensional torus is briefly discussed as an interesting algebraic manifold.
FeAs-based superconductivity: a case study of the effects of transition metal doping on BaFe2As2
Paul C. Canfield,Sergey L. Bud'ko
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1146/annurev-conmatphys-070909-104041
Abstract: The recently discovered FeAs-based superconductors are a new, promising set of materials for both technological as well as basic research. They offer transition temperatures as high as 55 K as well as essentially isotropic and extremely large upper, superconducting critical fields in excess of 40 T at 20 K. In addition they may well provide insight into exotic superconductivity that extends beyond just FeAs-based superconductivity, perhaps even shedding light on the still perplexing CuO-based high-Tc materials. Whereas superconductivity can be induced in the RFeAsO (R = rare earth) and AEFe2As2 (AE = Ba, Sr, Ca)) families by a number of means, transition metal doping of BaFe2As2, e.g. Ba(Fe1-xTMx)2As2, offers the easiest experimental access to a wide set of materials. In this review we present an overview and summary of the effect of TM doping (TM = Co, Ni, Cu, Pd, and Rh) on BaFe2As2. The resulting phase diagrams reveal the nature of the interaction between the structural, magnetic and superconducting phase transitions in these compounds and delineate a region of phase space that allows for the stabilization of superconductivity.
Annealing-tuned Hall coefficient in single crystals of the YbNi$_2$B$_2$C heavy fermion
Sergey L. Bud'ko,Paul C. Canfield
Physics , 2004,
Abstract: We present temperature-dependent magneto-transport measurements on as-grown and annealed YbNi$_2$B$_2$C single crystals. Annealing causes drastic changes in the Hall coefficient, $R_H(T)$. Whereas for as-grown samples the Hall coefficient is negative between room temperature and 2 K, with a pronounced {\it minimum} at $\approx 22$ K, for the samples annealed at $950^\circ$ C for 150 hours, $R_H(T)$ changes its sign twice in the same temperature range: from negative to positive on cooling below $\sim 100$ K and back to negative below $\sim 10$ K, and has a clear {\it maximum} at $\approx 45$ K. Intermediate temperature dependencies can be achieved by reducing the annealing time. These findings are discussed within the framework of an annealing dependence of the skew scattering in conjunction with the recent structural, thermodynamic and transport studies of the effects of annealing in YbNi$_2$B$_2$C.
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