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  • How best to set the ventilator on extracorporeal membrane lung oxygenation. [Journal Article]
  • COCurr Opin Crit Care 2016 Nov 24
  • Gattinoni L, Tonetti T, Quintel M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Mechanical ventilation and extracorporeal support are marginally integrated. The best environment for lung healing - complete lung collapse or protective ventilation strategy or fully open and immobile lung (all three conditions feasible with extracorporeal support) - remains to be defined.
  • Management of a jejunal obstruction caused by the migration of a laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding. A case report. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2016 Nov 19; 30:6-8
  • Lemaire J, Dewit O, Navez B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Formerly, LAGB was considered the safest technique in bariatric surgery. However, the rate of complication increases in long-term studies. When the IGM of the band is diagnosed, removal is the only issue. Small bowel obstruction caused by a migrated band appears to be a rare complication following IGM, and the only therapeutic option is surgery because an endoscopic procedure is not reliable. Furthermore, LAGB appears to be a less effective technique for weight loss than the sleeve gastrectomy and the gastric bypass.Small bowel obstruction caused by LAGB migration is a rare but serious complication following IGM. In such cases, endoscopy has to be avoided because of the risk of jejunal disruption. The only way to treat it properly is surgery. This type of late complication reinforces the interest in the techniques currently used in bariatric surgery such as sleeve gastrectomy and gastric bypass, providing also a better weight loss than the LAGB.
  • Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder suffers from mitochondrial dysfunction. [Journal Article]
  • BCBBA Clin 2016; 6:153-158
  • Verma P, Singh A, … Mohanakumar KP
  • CONCLUSIONS: Since cybrids are shown to replicate mitochondrial defects seen in post-mortem brains, these observed defects in ADHD cybrids strongly suggest mitochondrial pathology in this disorder.Mitochondrial defects are detected in ADHD cybrids created from patients' platelets, implying bioenergetics crisis in the mitochondria could be a contributory factor for ADHD pathology and/or phenotypes.
  • Late complications of bariatric surgery in pregnancy. [Journal Article]
  • JOJRSM Open 2016; 7(11):2054270416660935
  • Reijnierse A, Burgers JA, … van der Weiden RM
  • Severe complications of bariatric surgery in pregnancy can appear many years later, even if there is a history of an uneventful pregnancy after bariatric surgery and a stable body mass index for year...
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