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10,224 results
  • Cat scratch esophagus. [Journal Article]
    Rev Esp Enferm Dig 2019; 111Antolín Melero B, Alcaide Suárez N, … Fernández Salazar L
  • The cat scratch esophagus is an uncommon entity. The first case described in the literature of this type of lesions was published in 2007 and was located in the colon. There are two cases described in the esophagus, this has been the first detected by endoscopic capsule. It is defined by the presence of linear, erythematous, shiny and superficial breaks of the mucosa without significant hemorrhag…
  • Effect of intermittent hyperoxia on stem cell mobilization and cytokine expression. [Journal Article]
    Med Gas Res 2019 Jul-Sep; 9(3):139-144MacLaughlin KJ, Barton GP, … Eldridge MW
  • The best known form of oxygen therapy is hyperbaric oxygen (HBO) therapy, which increases both concentration and atmospheric pressure. HBO supports tissue regeneration and is indicated in an increasing number of pathologies. Less known but still showing some promising effects is normobaric oxygen (NBO) therapy, which provides some advantages over HBO including eliminating barotrauma risk, increas…
  • A case report of cerebral arterial gas embolism (CAGE) associated with Takotsubo cardiomyopathy. [Case Reports]
    Diving Hyperb Med 2019; 49(3):229-232McCool D, Butler C, … Aase C
  • A 43-year-old female scuba diver was retrieved and treated following a rapid ascent and presumed cerebral arterial gas embolism (CAGE). She subsequently developed respiratory distress and was found to have Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, with transient left ventricular dysfunction, elevated cardiac enzymes, and normal CT coronary angiography. We believe this to be the first report of CAGE associated wi…
  • DCS or DCI? The difference and why it matters. [Editorial]
    Diving Hyperb Med 2019; 49(3):152-153Mitchell SJ
  • There are few issues that generate as much confusion in diving medicine as the nomenclature of bubble-induced dysbaric disease. Prior to the late 1980s, the diagnosis 'decompression sickness' (DCS) was invoked for symptoms presumed to arise as a consequence of bubble formation from dissolved inert gas during or after decompression. These bubbles were known to form within tissues, and also to appe…
  • Is it safe to SCUBA dive with asthma? [Journal Article]
    Expert Rev Respir Med 2019; 13(11):1069-1077Gore MD, Dixon G, Stanton AE
  • Introduction: Internationally it is estimated that six million people participate in self-contained underwater breathing apparatus (SCUBA) diving each year. Registries suggest a significant proportion of divers have a current or historical diagnosis of asthma. Previously individuals with asthma were prohibited from diving, however, several contemporary guidelines suggest a select population of pa…
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