According to the researchers, the frequency of infection after colonoscopy or endoscopy in ambulatory surgery centers can be 100 times higher than previously thought, reports a news portal UPI, citing a study published in the journal Gut.
Infections caused by E. coli and Klebsiella, can affect Continue reading “Conduct a colonoscopy, and endoscopy may carry more risks than previously thought”
Patients who have undergone the procedure of abortion at risk of developing depression more than women who maintain a pregnancy, was found by Danish scientists.
The study, published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry, analyzed data 396 397 women born in Denmark from 1980 to 1994, including 30 of Continue reading “Researchers: abortion itself is not a risk factor for depression”
In Russia, the advice “go see a shrink” is bad advice. First: you can get for it in the nose. Second, if the person will listen, then it is a risk to run into the nonprofessional. Run up and strengthen the idea that psychology is a pseudoscience. Our author Olga Mikhailova said, how to avoid it. Continue reading “Want to talk about it? How to choose a psychologist and not to run into problems”
The introduction of first-line immunotherapy improves long-term results of treatment of patients with metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), according to the Pharmaceutical Journal.
In the framework of phase III clinical trials, the results of which are published in the New England Continue reading “Adding ambrosianae to chemotherapy increases survival of patients with metastatic NSCLC”
The office for quality control of foodstuffs and medicines USA (FDA) reported five fatal outcomes in patients with established intragastric balloon system to treat obesity. Thus, in 2016 the number of dead reached 12 people.
In the message the FDA States that in three cases of intragastric Continue reading “The FDA continues to report deaths among patients with intragastric balloons”
Modern technology makes colorectal surgery more effective and less traumatic, and allow patients to quickly return to normal life. And thus, colon cancer ranks second among causes of death from cancer: patients get to the doctors too late, and almost 30% of cases the diagnosis is made postmortem. Continue reading ““Gone are the days of medieval surgery””
Adjuvant chemotherapy is not necessary for a significant proportion of patients with breast cancer (BC) at an early stage, said the American scientists.
The study involved 10 273 women with HER2-negative breast cancer without metastases in the axillary lymph nodes. The index of risk of disease Continue reading “Chemotherapy women with breast cancer at an early stage can be optional”
People are created for life in society, but each of us has a need in a relationship, acceptance, love. However, not all relationships are for the benefit of man. Toxic relationships, emotional dependence – this is not to fill our needs in communication, but rather is a traumatic factor for the Continue reading “The fear of being alone – 3 steps to victory”
“Sexist, chauvinist pig” — this is only about men, right? Or sometimes about us, ladies Continue reading “Be patient, Cossack: how we humiliate men”
Inhibitors of sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 (GLT-2) and agonists of the receptor glucagonoma peptide-1 (GLP-1) patients with diabetes of the 2nd type is associated with lower rates of death from all causes, according to a study published in JAMA.
The results of the comparative analysis of the Continue reading “The use of DPP-4 inhibitors does not reduce mortality in diabetics”