Transcatheter Technologies in Treating Brain Atherosclerosis Complicated by Chronic Cerebrovascular Insufficiency

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Author:Ivan V. Maksimovich


The research investigates the possibility of restoring the blood supply in patients with atherosclerosis of the brain, as well as the treatment of chronic cerebrovascular insufficiency. The research involves 946 patients aged 29 – 81 (average age 74) suffering from various types of cerebral atherosclerosis. 568 (60.04%) patients underwent transcatheter treatment—Test Group. 378 (39.96%) patients underwent conservative treatment—Control Group. The examination plan included laboratory Continue reading

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Nano-Sized Elements in Electrochemical Biosensors

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Author(s) :Joanna Cabaj, Jadwiga Sołoducho


The emerging nanotechnology has opened novel opportunities to explore analytical applications of the fabricated nano-sized materials. Recent advances in nano-biotechnology have made it possible to realize a variety of enzyme electrodes suitable for sensing application. In coating miniaturized electrodes with biocatalysts, undoubtedly the most of the potential deposition processes suffer from Continue reading

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Solvability of the Economic Input-Output Equation by Time Irreversibility

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Author:Shinji Miura


This paper reinterprets the economic input-output equation as a description of a realized situation without considering decision making. This paper uses the equation that the self-sufficiency rate is added to the Leontief type, and discusses its solvability. The equation has a unique solution if and only if each part of the relevant society satisfies the space-time openness condition. Continue reading

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Call For Papers – Special Issue on Myocardial Research

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World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases
World Journal of Cardiovascular Diseases

Myocardial Protection is often mentioned in extracorporeal circulation operation, In order to reduce the myocardial ischemia anoxia and reperfusion damage and protection measures. As time goes on, researches about the protection occupy a vital position. Its mechanism is very complex, including cells, metabolic, immune and nervous, hormones, growth factors, enzymes and other factors. Reasons, methods, and risk assessment are worth to be discussed and controversial. The goal of this special issue is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in this area of myocardial research.

This special issue aims at providing a platform for scientists and academics all Continue reading

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How to maximise your child’s potential?

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Author:Ann Buchanan

It was the distinguished UK psychiatrist, Professor Sir Michael Rutter, who first promoted the idea that there were risk and protective factors within the wider ecological framework of the child which profoundly influenced the child’s development.   Although there are many ‘risk’  factors that can lead to poor child outcomes, there are also ‘protective factors’ that can mitigate the risks and promote resilience. Continue reading

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Author:Lee Seng Khoo

Philosopher, martial artist and renaissance man – Bruce Lee continues to influence generations after his passing. Although better known for kung fu flicks that captivated audience and motivated young men to take up martial arts around the world; less is known about Bruce Lee’s philosophy. Influenced heavily by both Western and Eastern concepts- Bruce Lee presented an amalgation of lateral thinking and innovation in his martial art of Jeet Kune Do. Continue reading

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Overlooking the harmful effects of drinking socially during the working hours

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Author:Elizabeth Espindola Halpern

There is a tendency to assign responsibility for the act of drinking alcohol to the drinkers. The common sense leads many people and even professionals to blame them for their frequent relapses, misuses, and abuses. Modern society expects that alcoholics resist the temptation to have another sip and remain sober, overcoming the magnetism of the beverages that surround them. Continue reading

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New report asks why Canadian jurisdictions under fund mental health despite significant social and economic costs

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Author: Steve Lurie

(Monday, August 18, 2014) – In spite of ongoing concerns about the staggering social and economic costs of mental illness, funding in Canada and Ontario pales in comparison to other global jurisdictions, according to a new report authored by a Toronto mental health expert.

In Why Can’t Canada Spend More on Mental Health, author and longtime mental health advocate Steve Lurie, Continue reading

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Collaboration of many professional and amteur astronomers revealed a 3-D shape of an asteroid

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Author:Isao Satō
Asteroids are very small celestial bodies and invisible with naked eyes
beyond seveal hundreds million kilometers from the earth between the orbits
of Mars and Jupiter.
So it is difficult to study its size, shape, composition and other properties.But occasionally, an asteroid passes in front of a star on the way in the sky.On that time, the star is disappeared for several seconds hidden by the astero id.

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Mapping Potential Infiltration Patterns Using Digital Elevation Model

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Author(s) :Haris Hasan Khan, Arina Khan, P. D. Sreedevi, Shakeel Ahmed

This study attempts to simulate the spatial heterogeneity of infiltration in a drainage basin using digital elevation models. Infiltration capacity is one of the controlling factors in the formation of stream channels. Channel formation is also a function of the slope and the contributing area. Natural stream channels, if properly graded and Continue reading

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