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  • [Preeclampsia - a disease of pregnant women]. [Review]
    Postepy Biochem 2018; 64(4):232-229Filipek A, Jurewicz E
  • Preeclampsia, also known as EPH-gestosis, is a pregnancy-specific syndrome. It affects 3-5% of pregnant women and is characterized by edemas, high blood pressure and proteinuria. Moreover, in women with preeclampsia dysfunction of many organs, such as kidney and liver, is diagnosed, while in the case of fetus growth restriction is observed. Preeclampsia, when left untreated, can lead to death. In…
  • Spontaneous hepatic rupture in a bodybuilder: a case report and review of the literature. [Case Reports]
    Rev Esp Enferm Dig 2018; 110(4):254-256Mascagni P, Melandro F, … Rossi M
  • This article is the first description of a spontaneous hepatic rupture in a young bodybuilder with a history of clenbuterol and ephedrine alkaloid use. The patient presented with a sudden mid-epigastric pain and vomiting. Hemoglobin levels decreased a few hours later and a computed tomography scan was performed which revealed a rupture of the right liver capsule and hemoperitoneum. Two attempts a…
  • The dietary composition of women who delivered preterm and full-term infants. [Journal Article]
    Appl Nurs Res 2017; 35:13-17Waksmańska W, Bobiński R, … Mikulska M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Statistically significant differences in average daily intake of folates, iodine, retinol, magnesium and iron were observed between the group of women with vaginal delivery at term and the groups of women with diagnosed hypertension who delivered preterm. Correlation was demonstrated between average daily intake of iodine and vitamin D and the occurrence of arterial hypertension. Supplementation of the diet of women in the preconception and prenatal period with minerals and vitamins should be considered.
  • Immunohistochemical evaluation of the influence of L-arginine on biomarkers of environmental (cellular) stress in the kidneys of pregnant female rats. [Journal Article]
    Ann Agric Environ Med 2017; 24(1):121-128Pedrycz A, Siermontowski P
  • CONCLUSIONS: L-arginine increased the expression of p-53 protein - on the 10th day of pregnancy, which increased at the end of pregnancy; however, 10 days after delivery the level dropped below that observable during physiological pregnancy. Hormonal changes in physiological pregnancy cause an increase in expression of the p-53 (cell stress marker) in the epithelial cells of renal tubules, mainly at the end of pregnancy (20th day). 10 days after the delivery, this expression decreases. The expression of HSP-70 protein increases already on the 10th day of pregnancy and maintains a similar level throughout the pregnancy, but is reduced after the puerperium.
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