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  • Disconnect between the effects of serelaxin on renal function and outcome in acute heart failure. [Journal Article]
    Clin Res Cardiol. 2023 Jan 19 [Online ahead of print]Beldhuis IE, Ter Maaten JM, … Voors AA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite the significant improvement in renal function by serelaxin in patients with acute HF, the potential beneficial treatment effect was not mediated by improvement in renal function. These data suggest that improvement in renal function might not be a suitable surrogate marker for potential treatment efficacy in future studies with novel relaxin agents in acute HF. Central illustration. Conceptual model explaining mediation analysis; treatment efficacy of heart failure therapies mediated by renal function.
  • Sex differences and disparities in cardiovascular outcomes of COVID-19. [Journal Article]
    Cardiovasc Res. 2023 Jan 18 [Online ahead of print]Bugiardini R, Nava S, … Manfrini O
  • CONCLUSIONS: Women in GW were at increased risk of AHF and in-hospital mortality for COVID-19 compared with men. For patients receiving ICU care, fatal complications including AHF and mortality appeared to be independent of sex. Equitable access to COVID-19 ICU care is needed to minimize the unfavourable outcome of women presenting with COVID-19 related complications.
  • Recent developments on Junin virus, a causative agent for Argentine haemorrhagic fever. [Review]
    Rev Med Virol. 2023 Jan 12 [Online ahead of print]Kumar S, Yadav D, … Poonam
  • Junin virus consists of ribonucleic acid as the genome and is responsible for a rapidly changing tendency of the virus. The virus is accountable for ailments in the human body and causes Argentine Haemorrhagic Fever (AHF). The infection is may be transmitted through contact between an infected animal/host and a person, and later between person to person. Prevention of outbreaks of AHF in humans c…
  • Hypofractionation as a solution to radiotherapy access in latin america: expert perspective. [Review]
    Rep Pract Oncol Radiother. 2022; 27(6):1094-1105.Santos M, Chavez-Nogueda J, … Garay O
  • CONCLUSIONS: Extending the adoption of HRT in LA can provide a path forward to increase access to radiotherapy and overcome the shortage of equipment. HRT has the potential to improve population health outcomes and patient centered care, while offering comparable local control, toxicity, palliation, and late effects for multiple indications, when compared to conventional RT. Concerted efforts from all involved stakeholders are needed to overcome the barriers in adopting this strategy in LA countries. The recommendations presented in this article can serve as a plan of action for HRT adoption in other countries in a similar situation.
  • Relationship between Changes in Foot Arch and Sex Differences during the Menstrual Cycle. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2022 Dec 28; 20(1)Edama M, Ohya T, … Takabayashi T
  • This study investigated the relationship between changes in foot characteristics and sex differences during the menstrual cycle in healthy male and female university students. We examined 10 female subjects and 14 male subjects. The menstrual cycle was divided into the three phases: the early follicular phase, ovulatory phase, and luteal phase via basal body temperature, an ovulation kit, and sal…
  • The Landscape of Vitiligo in Latin America: A Call to Action. [Review]
    J Dermatolog Treat. 2023 Jan 03 [Online ahead of print]Londoño Garcia A, Arango Salgado A, … Castro C
  • Vitiligo is a chronic pigmentary condition and severely impacts patient quality of life (QoL). It is an underrecognized burden for patients, healthcare systems, and society in Latin America (LA). This paper examines the journey of a vitiligo patient in LA and assesses the disease landscape. Americas Health Foundation (AHF) assembled a panel of six Argentine, Brazilian, Colombian, and Mexican viti…
  • Trajectory of Decongestion and Mortality in Young Adults with Acute Heart Failure. [Review]
    Curr Probl Cardiol. 2022 Dec 30; 48(4):101579.Jain V, Maqsood MH, … Khan MS
  • Although the prevalence of HF in young adults (age <50 years) is increasing, there are limited data on the trajectory of decongestion and short-term outcomes in young adults with acute heart failure (AHF). We pooled patients from 3 randomized trials of AHF conducted within the Heart Failure Network (the Diuretic Optimization Strategies trial, the Renal Optimization Strategies Trial, and the Cardi…
  • Mammarenavirus Genetic Diversity and Its Biological Implications. [Review]
    Curr Top Microbiol Immunol. 2023; 439:265-303.Sironi M, Forni D, de la Torre JC
  • Members of the family Arenaviridae are classified into four genera: Antennavirus, Hartmanivirus, Mammarenavirus, and Reptarenavirus. Reptarenaviruses and hartmaniviruses infect (captive) snakes and have been shown to cause boid inclusion body disease (BIBD). Antennaviruses have genomes consisting of 3, rather than 2, segments, and were discovered in actinopterygian fish by next-generation sequenc…
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