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  • Monitoring long-term oral corticosteroids. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMJ Open Qual 2017; 6(2):e000209
  • Mundell L, Lindemann R, Douglas J
  • Corticosteroids are synthetic analogues of human hormones normally produced by the adrenal cortex. They have both glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid properties. The glucocortoid components are anti...
  • High fat diet-induced metabolically obese and normal weight rabbit model shows early vascular dysfunction: mechanisms involved. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Obes (Lond) 2018 Jan 30
  • Alarcon G, Roco J, … Jerez S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our study shows a positive pro-inflammatory status of HFD-induced MONW characterized by raised COX-2 expression, increase of the CRP levels, reduction of NO release and oxidative stress-controlled conditions in an early stage of metabolic alterations characteristic of metabolic syndrome. Endothelial dysfunction and increased vascular reactivity in MONW individuals may be biomarkers of early vascular injury. Therefore, the metabolic changes induced by HFD even in normal weight individuals may be associated to functional alterations of blood vessels.
  • Adherence to Mediterranean and low-fat diets among heart and lung transplant recipients: a randomized feasibility study. [Journal Article]
  • NJNutr J 2018 Feb 14; 17(1):22
  • Entwistle TR, Green AC, … Miura K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Thoracic transplant recipients adhered to Mediterranean and low-fat dietary interventions. The change from baseline eating habits was notable at 6 months; and this change was maintained at 12 months and 6 weeks post-intervention in both Mediterranean diet and low-fat diet groups. Dietary interventions based on comprehensive, well-supported education sessions targeted to both patients and their family members are crucial to success. Such nutritional strategies can help in the management of their substantial CVD risk.
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