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  • Targeting of reactive isolevuglandins in mitochondrial dysfunction and inflammation. [Journal Article]
    Redox Biol 2019; 26:101300Mayorov V, Uchakin P, … Dikalov S
  • Inflammation is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in Western societies. Despite use of multiple drugs, both chronic and acute inflammation still represent major health burdens. Inflammation produces highly reactive dicarbonyl lipid peroxidation products such as isolevuglandins which covalently modify and cross-link proteins via lysine residues. Mitochondrial dysfunction has been associated…
  • Vaginal-perineal cultures for detecting group B streptococci and extended spectrum β-lactamase producing bacteria in pregnancy. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 2019; 241:24-29Huang DJ, Hösli I, … Vuichard-Gysin D
  • CONCLUSIONS: The GBS detection rate of the vagino-perineal swab was lower compared to the reference standard. However, agreement between the two screening methods was high and there were no cases of GBS neonatal sepsis in the recruited population, supporting this less invasive screening strategy. In contrast, the vaginal-perineal swab was inferior to the rectal swab for detecting ESBL-E, indicating that this less invasive method for detecting antibiotic resistant bacteria that may be potentially transferred to the neonate during labor and delivery would be inappropriate for ESBL-E screening in pregnant women. The low ESBL-E carriage rate among pregnant women likely reflects the prevalence in the general population.
  • Using sepsis scores in emergency department and ward patients. [Journal Article]
    Br J Hosp Med (Lond) 2019; 80(8):C120-C123Steele L, Hill S
  • Sepsis-3, published in 2016, defined sepsis as 'life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by a dysregulated host response to infection'. Instead of systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS), calculating the Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA) score was recommended. The complexity of SOFA also led to the introduction of quick SOFA (qSOFA) as a bedside tool. The simultaneous removal of …
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