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The effect of magnesium drugs on the physical performance of young people with mitral valve prolapse: results of noncomparative study
K.M. Dzeranova,A.G. Avtandilov,N.V. Vertkina
Rational Pharmacotherapy in Cardiology , 2012,
Abstract: Aim. To study the dynamics of physical performance in young people with mitral valve prolapse (MVP) while taking magnesium orotate.Material and methods. Patients with MVP and phenotypic characteristics of undifferentiated connective tissue dysplasia (n=54, aged 19.2±0.3 years) were included into the study. Hemodynamic parameters of physical performance were evaluated before and after taking magnesium orotate for 8 weeks.Results. Improvement of physical performance was found after magnesium orotate taking: threshold double product elevated from 1.86±0.05 to 2.06±0.05 units (p<0.001); threshold power increased - relative physical performance raised from 1.35±0.04 W/kg to 1.44±0.04 W/kg (p<0.05) and specific work from 12.3±0.65 W/kg to 14.2±0.71 W/kg (p<0.001); recovery time decreased.Conclusion. Improvement of hemodynamic maintenance of exercise load was found in adolescents with MVP during magnesium orotate taking. It was accompanied with physical performance and threshold power elevation and recovery time reduction.
Magnesium and mitral valve prolapse. Efficacy and the points of application.
A.G. Avtandilov,K.M. Dzeranova,A.A. Pukhaeva,E.D. Manizer
Rational Pharmacotherapy in Cardiology , 2010,
Abstract: Mitral valve prolapse (MVP) is a manifestation of the hereditary syndrome of differentiated or undifferentiated connective tissue dysplasia (CTD). Genetic defect of synthesis and/or degradation of extracellular matrix is the basis of the CTD. MVP is a frequent manifestation of CTD and often is its the main manifestation, despite of the involvement of other organs and systems. Micronutrient deficiencies, especially magnesium one is the mostly important in CTD manifestations. Pathogenetic pharmacotherapy should be comprehensive. Magnesium drugs must necessarily be included in the treatment regimen. Analysis of domestic and international study data on magnesium orotate use in patients with MVP is presented. The results of their own experience of the orotate magnesium use and its possible effect on the inotropic cardiac function in patients with MVP are presented.
The association between smoking and tuberculosis
Hassmiller,K.M.;
Salud Pública de México , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-36342006000700024
Abstract: objective: to review epidemiological evidence on the association between smoking and tuberculosis. methods: reviewed articles were identified by searching pubmed for the terms "smoking" or "tobacco" and "tuberculosis". additional articles were obtained from the bibliographies of identified papers. results: thirty-four studies were reviewed: five investigate the association between smoking and mortality from tuberculosis, 13 investigate the association between smoking and development of tuberculosis, eigth investigate the association between smoking and infection with mycobacterium tuberculosis, and nine estimate the impact of smoking on characteristics of tuberculosis and disease outcomes. conclusions: taken together, evidence suggests that smoking (both current and former) is associated with: risk of being infected with mycobacterium tuberculosis, risk of developing tuberculosis, development of more severe forms of tuberculosis, and risk of dying of tuberculosis. in many cases, there is a strong dose-response relationship -both in terms of quantity and duration of smoking. these relationships are not explained away by controlling for potentially confounding variables such as age, gender, alcohol consumption, and hiv status.
Clinical, Hematological and Biochemical Studies of Anaplasmosis in Arabian One-Humped Camels (Camelus dromedaries)
K.M. Alsaad
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: The objective of this study was to investigate the clinical, haematological and biochemical changes in natural infected camels (Camelus dromedaries) with blood parasite Anaplasma marginale. A total of 62 camels 5-10 years old from both sexes were investigated 52 camels were naturally infected with Anaplasma marginale 10 clinically normal camels served as control the results indicated that the clinically infected camels showed signs of pale mucus membranes, loss of appetite, emaciation, diarrhea and or constipation, rough hair coat, lacrimation, coughing. Ticks were noticed and detected on several locations at the camels body. High body temperature, respiratory and heart rates were also recorded in addition to a reduction on ruminal contractions. The statistical analysis appeared significant decrease in the TRBCs, HB and PCV, while a significant increase in MCV and ESR were encountered in infected camels. Macrocytic normochromic type of anemia was registered and the percentage of parasitemia ranged between (5-11%). There were no significant difference encountered in clotting factors indices. The results also, indicated a significant increase in WBC as a result of significant increase and decrease in lymphocytes and neutrophiles, respectively. The biochemical changes revealed significant increase in AST, ALT, total bilirubin, BUN and icteric index, however significant decrease in total protein values were encountered in infected camels.
Clinical, Hematological and Biochemical Studies of Anaplasmosis in Arabian One-Humped Camels (Camelus dromedaries)
K.M. Alsaad
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: The objective of this study was to investigate the clinical, haematological and biochemical changes in natural infected camels (Camelus dromedaries) with blood parasite Anaplasma marginale. A total of (62) camels 5-10 years old from both sexes were investigated (52) camels were naturally infected with Anaplasma marginale (10) clinically normal camels served as control the results indicated that the clinically infected camels showed signs of pale mucus membranes, loss of appetite, emaciation, diarrhea and or constipation, rough hair coat, lacrimation, coughing. Ticks were noticed and detected on several locations at the Camels body. High body temperature, respiratory and heart rates were also recorded in addition to a reduction on ruminal contractions. The statistical analysis appeared significant decrease in the TRBCs, HB and PCV, while a significant increase in MCV and ESR were encountered in infected camels. Macrocytic normochromic type of anemia was registered and the percentage of parasitemia ranged between (5-11%). There were no significant difference encountered in clotting factors indices. The results also indicated a significant increase in WBC as a result of significant increase and decrease in lymphocytes and neutrophiles, respectivley. The biochemical changes revealed significant increase in AST, ALT, total bilirubin, BUN and icteric index, however significant decrease in total protein values were encountered in infected camels.
Memory and Violence in Israel/Palestine
K.M. Fierke
Human Rights & Human Welfare , 2008,
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Effect of Inocula Levels of Meloidogyne javanica and Sclerotium rolfsii on the Growth, Yield and Galling Incidence of Soybean
K.M. Khalequzzaman
Plant Pathology Journal , 2003,
Abstract: The experiment was conducted both in the laboratory and glasshouse of the Department of Plant Pathology, BAU, Mymensingh during the period of March to July, 2001. Mixed inocula of Meloidogyne javanica and Sclerotium rolfsii in five different treatments including control were tested on the growth, yield, galling incidence and development of the nematode in soybean. Maximum length of shoot and root, fresh weight of shoot and root with nodules, number of pods, number of nodules and yield per plant were observed with the control treatment. Progressively higher galling incidence and higher number of adult females and juvenile populations of Meloidogyne javanica correspondingly with lower plant growth, nodulation and yield per plant were recorded from lower to higher levels of inocula ranging from 4-10 eggmasses of M. javanica with 0.025-0.1% w/w of S. rolfsii. Galling incidence was negatively correlated with plant growth, nodulated and yield of soybean.
EFFECT OF PROTEIN ENERGY MALNUTRITION (PEM) ON LIPID PROFILE IN BLOOD OF SCHOOL GOING BOYS
K.M. Khan
The Professional Medical Journal , 1995,
Abstract: In the developing countries, lack of food and poorusage of available food, results in protein energymalnutrition (PEM). This deprivation exacts itsheaviest toll from infants and children. It isestimated that 500 million people live on the edgeof starvation and that 12,000 people die due tohunger every day (Lehninger, 1987).
Continuity and change in Trinidadian toponyms
K.M. Laurence
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1975,
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The survival of the spanish language in Trinidad
K.M. Laurence
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1980,
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