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"oregon health science university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:26 min | Last month

"oregon health science university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"There's the national institute of aging and you could go on and on diabetes And then so what you see. Then as the comer biddies in turner syndrome spread across all of the national institutes of health. And if you're studying congenital heart defects you will go to. Nhlbi the national heart lung and blood institute because that is their mission We once were writing a proposal and it was for a mechanism that nhlbi doesn't have and so we went to national institute of child. Health disease Health and i see it and they refuse to us and said no you're working on the heart therefore you're not The subject isn't appropriate for our institute. So they don't step on each other's toes they do. They stay in their own lands and we were arguing but as a childhood disease in you. You are child. Health and human development Institute they said yeah but to do with the heart. We can't touch it and so so there's For turner syndrome of specific problem in getting funding. Because you know no one. And i h institute sort of takes ownership of turner's syndrome as a condition. They'll they'll they'll be may be interested in heart defects in the heart lung and blood institute. But they're not gonna wanna hear about diabetes. That goes to a different institute. And so you've become very diluted out and that could be seen as an opportunity but actually we've seen it more as a barrier because a lot of people don't really appreciate why one should study disorders. There's so much else going on. In the world we need to focus or elsewhere however as a result at least in part i think of efforts are linked to think so that a couple of years ago Heart lung and blood institute issued a rare disorders grant opportunity and it was substantial as four million dollars per grant and turner syndrome was named as one of the specific that they wanted to see on worked on. And so we're very excited getting ourselves all geared up and ready and writing the grant and then cove nineteen hits and all bets are often in the The request for applications was discontinued now. It was devastating to us because we were well into it. Put a lot of work in the two very excited for the opportunity. But i understand i mean the world has changed in last year significantly and priorities had to change. I'm just hoping that when we come back to a more normal time that it won't be forgotten that rare disorders such as turner syndrome are incredibly important. To study in that resources will come back into that arena so got pollution show. So you have the terms in brusett beginning to Beginning to put together That sort of reduces the bootle on patients And makes the process dogma systematic if you look forward five.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

01:34 min | Last month

"oregon health science university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

03:41 min | 3 months ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on Cardionerds

"I so much more sensitive in describing this process so much more we were able to look back at the original echo. I'm really see that there was atrial. Displacement of the mitral anyalysts there was by trillion disjunction evident on the echo in there was systolic kind of curling of the mitral valve leaflets. That is consistent with a diagnosis of mad or my children eulogised junction. So you don't necessarily need to get a cardiac mri on everybody. If you can't appreciate this on echo. I think that's an important teaching point too. Is that you know. Echo can't be perfect and sometimes if you're not confident your echo or you're still suspicious of something when you see something on not getting cardiac. Mri can be very helpful. This is a very ding time point. In how this case is unfolding because we started off with a patient who was otherwise healthy young vibrant productive essentially died was thankfully revived. And now we're struggling to figure out why that happened and to try to prevent later. We've diagnosed mitral valve prolapse from the clinical approach perspective. It's so challenging right. Because mitral valve prolapse is such a common structural. Finding many people have it and associated with vague things palpitations and things like this very rarely. This common finding can be associated with arrhythmia and sudden cardiac death as well as mitral regurgitation or heart failure or whatnot and even though mijo self is very common. The sudden cardiac death is very rare. But even though it's rare it's catastrophic and so to be able to identify high risk features is just so incredibly important so that we don't lose people like him and so on the scale of mitral valve. Prolapse what you're describing to us is a high risk features of mitral valve. Prolapse tend to attend to come with us. Excess risk of tv f. sudden cardiac death. You know like how do these abnormalities form. You've got these redundant leaflets that as the ventricle squeezes the leaflets. Coop but all the redundancy the excess tissue backup into the l. a. the left atrium and decor which are tasked with the duty of holding. The tips leaves together. So they don't flail back into the left atrium all of a sudden they're stretched out in every time they're stretched out they pull onto the Muscles the muscles pull onto the lv walls the annuals alpha sudden very Abruptly it up into the left atrium ripping it apart from the lv mass lv muscle itself. And so all of the stretch injury from a the mild mitral valve. Prolapse may be doesn't have much of a consequence but with a severe match about prolapse with every single heartbeat. Over course of twenty five twenty. Six years causes stretch injury to the pepperoni muscles. You can have scar. Thankfully species does not have that you can have scar in the muscle itself. The let the in for basil area more classically but here. This mitral valve prolapse was severe enough to essentially rip the angeles away from the. Lv muscle causes mitral. Antler destruction so the different varieties and flavors of mitral valve. Prolapse is a pretty severe form and has features that say. Hey look. maybe this isn't just an incidental. Benign finding for this gentleman. Maybe this is actually what resulted in this patient sudden cardiac death we can certainly review all the other high risk features much prolapse but another question comes up what we do about it. You know. we couldn't find scar on the murray. So there's nothing too late there is no induce vita ap study. Does this patient get a mitral valve repair or replacement of or some form to give him an icy d. We do both..

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on Cardionerds

"We really wanted to be more sure of our diagnosis. Rather than just chalking it. Up to mitral valve prolapse. We see might from prolapse. Not that infrequently. What about much about prolapse in this particular patient when make us more concern for an arrhythmia like can you teach me more about the link between mitral valve prolapse arrhythmia and what we would see on. Mri so beginning a number. I add to further. Investigate this for mitral valve prolapse. We're looking particularly to see if there's any evidence of scar fibrosis in the popular muscle or in certain segments of the myocardium that that can be from prolapse Hypermobility flynn it's billowing backwards into adria and the popular muscle is developing scar because it's having to accommodate for the stretch injury essentially additionally we're looking to see if there's a significant amount of mitral regurgitation that was possibly missed on echocardiogram and then the last thing that i think we're really looking for as well. Is something called mitral angular destruction. And there's a well described rhythmic syndrome associated with drilling euler destruction. So that's i think one of the things that we were also looking for on the arctic camera team. We know what we're looking for on the marai at this point i'm soobee. We took this patient to the tunnel of truth wooded a choke taking a look at the cardiac mri the mri show some interesting findings including some that marine dimensioned that we should be looking for a lvn. Rv size are moderately enlarged. There's by ventricular moderately reduced function. There is mitral valve prolapse. With mitral regurgitation there is no late gadolinium enhancement and no clear evidence of myocardial fibrosis and there is an interesting finding of mitral. Daniela destruction stacey. I think that that answers the question that we were really looking for was was was there. Poplar muscle fibrosis. In this case. There wasn't really discovered. Poplar muscle fibrosis. But will we did see was this mitral annual destruction and so really what it is is that you're seeing the mitral. Annualized kind of displace h really into the atrium and away from the l. v. wa so you can see a thin section of myocardium between the top of the wall and the mitral anyalysts There's a couple other features on mri and also on echo that you can look forward to kind of make this diagnosis that we did actually see in this case so One thing that you're looking for is a hypermobility of the mitral leaflets. oppose cheerier mitral leaflet can have a systolic curling motion to it. Additionally you can see that there's paradox a call increase in size of my leonidas. That happens during sicily. When typically you might expect the michelangelo's to get smaller during sisterly. Or maybe you don't even notice a change in size in the you'll but in my chilling dysfunction because it is it's really displacing you can see it in large in diameter as mentioned on the cardiac. Mri things you can see. Are the poplar. Muscle fibrosis hypermobility of the mitral leaflets. And additionally you can see. Lge in the info basil segment of noah ventricle. A similar thought. There in that segment is also getting some stretch injury from the hyper mobile leaflets. While guys like fascinating entity and again so many other aspects in cardiology you have a structural abnormality that leads to not necessarily like hema dynamic consequences but localized stretched and localized cheering and localized damage to the cardiac chambers. Like left intrical. For example. You know and so michael destruction like what is that you know. We're always thinking of the right atrium. Right ventricle left atrium and left ventricle. But you know sometimes we forget about the anyalysts the danielson and the.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"But a lot of the entrepreneurs don't have enough scars to realize that damn and there will mental and the vision, and what the kind of product category the actually with a lot of their particular invention may not be the thing because medical find another invention. Go find another. That is awesome. Not you know, I really like the rawness of this topic because it could definitely get emotional. Sometimes when people are dealing with new products and money has been invested and decisions have to be made Aitken get emotional. And so how do you take the identity out of your idea and make that commitment to the outcome? Instead of the actual idea. This is really powerful discussion. Thank you for walking, Scott fun. You know, one of the I think there's a few aspects of be worth talking about one is the son of the second half as it were sort of what happens after launch and getting the product of fit right to the market. So the people adopted of people have a way to pay for it that fits into a clinical workflow is a very very complicated and technical founders of companies, I know it's not necessarily deck audience here, but can often take that. So a missed the importance of that biggest so focused on the beauty of their idea in the technology solution and so on. So we strongly believe going out to talk to a lot of users and actually have the technical people in your team go into that UCS environments as well. But anybody forgets is that there's thousands of thousands of decisions that go into a product and hundreds southern going to a spec document. And so there's there's lots of decisions that are being made by people just kept feel and the more. You can provide them a opportunity to get into that surgery center or fly around in that area, ambulance or go watch the epidurals being put in whatever the application is actually sent engineers and technical people go participate in those that you'll get much better comes get in the trenches. Don't go aware that users are getting a trenches and be real with how it's going to be used in house going to be implemented. I love the true. So true. A lot of people don't do that. So Scott said stick a little pyramid here. What would you say you've gone through a lot of these lessons, and you develop systems, you've got philosophies, and you've got the teams to now. Really help provide these services to med device. Companies woman to say in all the successes that you have is one of your proudest moments and medical leave ship experience. Gosh, there's there's a lot of interesting ones a couple of projects. So we had a client just this heroic client gunning, Michael faker company called east do plus twenty plus HD. Plus he was trying to Rev up in. It's got a different name until that story. So he basically had the idea that he dialysis is bad for people. If the way it's done ovation center, three hours or so in with als this is for people with kidney failure. So you feel like crap when you go into the center than they overcompensate all your electrolytes, and on all the rea-, a new blood and rebalance things, and then you feel like crap again because over correct, and then for a while in between appointments, you feel okay? And then you start feeling Skopje. Again, you go into get the horrible life. So he said, wouldn't it be better? Actually, if we could this at night, and we slowly and you do every day, and you do it in your home. Like that would totally revolution. Denies the life of of kidney failure patients, and he started selling technology, and he got some stuff out of Hewlett Packard to be able to to mix. The dial on the fly in any some technology out of Oregon Health science university too with a friend new type of dialyzers that does the filtering. And then he came to us and said, okay, I've got the technology figured out. Can you go figure how things can actually turn into a device the end? So we had a team lead took can't recall Alami, the euro could come out with the very first working prototype that can be tested not on people yet. It was really amazing team super fast and very powerful at the end that company. It was venture funded by big vestment Bank of New York. And now it's about till lunch in that sculpt outset medical what does it count out set out set medical?.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"So i had become an rn and i worked in the department of homeland ever worked in any other environment and it was only a few years before i it actually just a scheduling situation really that made me kind of trying to look for something different and i really had no awareness of hierarchy in nursing or hierarchy medicine but i i had started to work in a hospital that you bid it to individuals shifts and so the schedule is just absolutely brutal instead of it being like a schedule that you bid to and someone told me it would be like eight years before i could get something that was more decent and livable and it really was just destroyed me and so someone had mentioned that i should maybe considered going on to fan nurse practitioner and so i looked at that i didn't even know was even though we have our fast track area but i didn't really know what it was so few years later i started a school and a pretty good university and they were ranked number four in the country at the time for practitioners programs at the oregon health science university very strong curriculum and that's a couple of years and at the same time br home my small children and and was also working to like normal pretty typical of nurse practitioner programs that you can you can work you believe more fulltime there's a lot of variability and especially now i went there was lot less variability in how you get the education that i started working as an n p and at some point a few years down the road i.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"She told brady pulled down her islet of god and grabbed a clear threadlike material from under her ibaka writing any she looked at the thread quote it was squiggling around on my finger i thought this is nuts a warm just came out of my eyes by the time she could see a doctor beckley beckley took out four more worms some of them were pretty long about the half the length of a paper clip all that long that is long massaly of everybody's like this it's a strange scale added as you know mostly the credit 100 arianna about forty five hundred by paper clips at all her house is full of ruthless mostly the kurdish just hung out in the space between backley's eyeball and her eyelid but sometimes they crawled right across her eyeball oh wow guy quote i was just like what the hell is going on what the heck i am i going to do at you were she finally got an appointment with the i'd actors at the oregon health science university of first out why don't you go to the emergency room yeah like this second i pulled one living thing out of my i that shouldn't be there i'm going where i get an idiot help first they didn't believe her they couldn't find the worms she says and they were just saying things like a lotta people when they have this claim it's usually just mucus back buckley beckley says that wiggles around on your finger i told you i told them just you way sure enough in hourly is it she taking these things and putting emanating jangling say asiagate on uh dan later thankfully felt him to the cow cleave felt a worm move i said to the doctors look now look now a media.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To july twenty six team she decides to combine the outdoors and an travel by jumping on a commercial salmon fishing boat in alaska very adventurous a couple of weeks into the job she says my left digest got really irritated and red and my islet which droopy and she was getting migraines and she couldn't figure out what was going on been suffering for a few days finally the ship gets back to port she finds a good mirror because apparently good mirrors don't exist on salmon boats he says i pulled down the baf okay by the way the lunch alert i have a hard time doing this guy just finished mice uh lunch alert she'd been suffering for a few days your finds this mirror she says i pulled down the bottom of my eye and notice that my skin looked weird so i put my fingers in with sort of a plucking motion pool and a worm came out uh at a worm came out of her i she said she says i ran into my crewmates room and i said you got to see this i just pulled a worm out a my i if you and me no first of all of my whole odd stand like infant waiver me let me see of him over there and then maybe we'll talk believing that it was his salmon warren because again she was on a boat for three months she's on earth for a month she's on salmon fishing boat for a month she feverishly searches for similar cases on the internet and cannot find anything human eye infected by salmon worm so she goes to a local doctor goes to an ophthalmologist they know what they found abbey says they told her they'd never seen anything like it added that during that time where they are in port and she's making all these these appointments with doctors she pulls out four more she said finally when they got home when she got back to oregon she set up an appointed the oregon health science university there in portland and i mean literally boom from the airport straight there several doctors examining my i am at first.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So now we have an assistant professor of medicine at the oregon health science university saying the patient was asked to keep pulling out the worms oh doctors for scott prescribed medication the worms would die in her i wouldn't be removed so now many of your wondering okay how big are these words there about a half inch long that's big enough that all you need i've had in my gang i'm glad there are at least a half inch because anything short or you might not be able to get them out oh my gosh i i were so can get i worms in all sorts of animals livestock and cats and dogs and their spread by flies those damn flies i knew i handed lies of the fazi as won't fly you know who was this somebody i'm sorry i for i think it was my son what am i sons and i told you about this katie is that blood the bug blaster it's the though the bug assault it's yet it's a bug assault it's this it's this little toy toy gun fashioned to look like an assault rifle maybe like eighteen inches long oh yeah it it shoots shot it's a salt just coarse salt kosher salt you could you just shoot it added bug and it kills it right near tulso flies how much fun i have one i have one the night slot missions oh yeah i buy out when i'm around midday at bottom yeah yep beautiful oh yeah you take him out there it's you know you have to be pretty close range but none the less it's fun for the whole family and it's eighteen past six were late for travellers use katie agree attack of those roadway sixty northbound at all cost the boulevard and san ramon we do have an accident here is taking up the left lane chp officers already on the scene so it should be cleared any minute now again sorry spot traffic sponsored by the united states traffic network and if you're travelling eighty in the westbound direction at the baybridge toll plaza we do have a vehicle over to the right hand side checking with the chp watch out on northbound one a one as you approach vermont there is a vehicle taking up the shoulder part no problems to report looking.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on KCBS All News

"He used to fight the aids virus scientists are trying to perfect gene therapy to fight hiv the efforts are inspired by man who was cured of hiv infection a decade ago by a cell transplant from a donor with natural immunity to the virus researchers have been trying to get similar results using a patient's own blood cells they alter the cells in a lab disabling a gene to make them resist hiv infection scientists first tried this eight years ago but only a few patients were able to go off hiv medications since then genetherapy techniques have improved and recently had success against them cancers blood diseases and in inherited form of blindness well here's one that may make your stomach turn on oregon woman who had worms coming out of her left eye is being called the first known human case of a parasitic infection spread by fly hi 26yearold abby beckley was diagnosed back in august two thousand sixteen she'd been horseback riding on a farm near the oregon coast before pulling the half inch long translucent worms former eye doctor erin bone or a treated abby at oregon health science university in portland that had actually a were that live more so in animals like cows and horses on pasture in total fourteen tiny worms were pulled from awry before she recovered dr banura released a study on the case monday court johnson for cbs news portland oregon kcse sign for thirty seven dave what are you doing just sending a gift dave twenty thirty seven who me in the future i save a little money from every paycheck as a gift to dave twenty thirty seven so he can spend it on things like anti gravity boots are a hologram doberman so the cool like that i think.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A l i they'll forget to follow us on twitter at dr deli in on facebook that after dolly show all right so in oregon hospital and we heard about this earlier this week had denied an illegal immigrant a liver transplant denied or based on our immigration status but then they did terminate their policy so what are they have happened in this has been reporting on fox news sylvia lasama said those 46 years old was apparently denied a liver transplant a general lack of citizenship she's in critical condition and was denied a liver transplant on monday from the oregon health sciences university o h s u in portland this was said in a press release from the aclu the american civil liberties union the hospital sent the stayed her mother of four a letter explaining that since she does not quote have a lawful presence or immigration documentation the us she could not received the transplant as hospital policy requires proof for transplant operations that she's a resident of the portland area from more than thirty years has health insurance were husband's a player according to a copy of the letter published by the aclu now from what we understand the hospital stated that she could restart the process for requesting a liver transplant when you're situations change and you'll be the above requirements then the aclu released a statement and called for thousand will change its rules and then he terminated its policy barring illegal immigrants were receiving transplants so they turned around and said look it was brought to our attention this evening that are archaic transplant palsy was preventing and undocumented individual from being evaluated o h s u upon learn of the policy oh hs eu leaders acted immediately attorney of the policy we deeply regret the pain this has caused.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Don't really want to talk about liver livers although is a situation where i'll just tell you hospital denied undocumented woman woman a liver transplant which immediately brings the question not begs brings is different should undocumented folks get to be on the transplant list in the united states or should that be for citizens you you guys what we have reservations about people coming in undocumented illegal and receiving free healthcare receiving free education but what about receiving an organ in out this if one person gets an organ another one dies the long list sure it's an undocumented person an illegal get a liver where a citizen dies maybe yes maybe no is the story and undocumented mother was denied a liver transplant by oregon health sciences university because she could not provide documents proving she was legally living in the united states according to kabctv silvia let sama santos received a letter from a hospital denying her the transplant because she does not have a lawful presence whoa is that okay with you or is that not okay the letter which was shared by the american civil liberties union of oregon explained that o h s u requires proof a lava presence proof of a lawful presence for transplant services the letter explains that the requirement is to help the hospital determines the patient will be able to pay for the expensive procedure and all postseparation requirements so i don't know you have some rich people that ice citizens who will you better some rich saudi as received an oregon over an american the.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on WDRC

"That that we're not error in on the people that are in the establishment that are really the crooked at once at sea crimes being committed that if the average american would you say who i then said it is i've have named people you tell me the name of the person that you want to act to has enacted yet uh as an active you the you're saying we're not taking action on this so you one jeff sessions angering bring charges i do too and i'm very very fresh ruined with what i g sessions right but i think it at the car including trump he is the executor of the wall when well he's only the chief executive but i'm not that he's the chief executive but he is not the attorney general the attorney general is going to have to bring something to a federal grand jury and then have indictments return and i'm going to tell you be patient i think it's coming let's go to laura hey laura welcome to the lars larson show what's on your mind i learned i am really really bad i know that let me about about by illegal alien getting oregon i'm an oregon going i got all that out but boop what are you mad about the the the illegal alien is going to get a transplant on a mad about it too and we should put public pressure and all these institutions to say we should not be giving transplants to people who are illegally in our country hey enable a multilateral i'm wondering first off is there some i can put i wanted to be in oregon boehner by i don't want my oregon's going to illegal you don't get the joys of this pointed so i would be willing to bet that within a few years every medical institution in america will be doing just watch the one i mentioned that the top of are the oregon health science university is now going to give a liver transplant a very rare oregon to an illegal alien i'd be willing to bed that every medical center america that is an already doing it will be doing its we'll be back in a moment you're listening to the lars larson show attention all authors page publishing.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Survival was nine point one months in the combination group and eight point six months in the monotherapy group great three to five adverse events occurred in sixty three point six percent of the patients in the combination group and thirty eight point one percent of the patients in the monotherapy group the addition of bevis is you map too low mustang affected neither health related quality of life nor neuro cognitive function despite somewhat prolonged progression free survival treatment with low must dean plus bevis issue mab did not confer a survival advantage over treatment with low musty alone in patients with progressive glee 'oblast dilma dyer rettig treatment in heart failure a review article by david ellison from the oregon health science university portland most accepted pharmacologic treatments for heart failure are supported by evidence from large clinical trials in contrast evidence from large well controlled clinical trials to guide the use of dire radic's among the most frequently used drugs in heart failure is generally lacking fluid retention and congestion are hallmarks of heart failure and they are associated with both severe symptoms and poor outcomes given the centrality of congestion to both symptoms and outcomes dia red x remain cornerstones of management of heart failure furious in my view met a night and tore some i'd are prototypical loop dire radic's loop dire radic's have complex effects on renal and systemic chemo dynamics which are influenced by the dose and root of administration concomitant disease and treatment and longterm use although routine dia rettig treatment of heart failure may appear to be uncomplicated questions abound about how best to use dire radic's particularly in patients with acute de compensated heart failure and dire rettig resistance this review discusses kern pharmacologic principles of dire rettig therapy integrates data from recent research and suggests evidencebased approaches to die rettig treatment of heart failure this skillful use of dire rettig therapy remains fundamental to the successful management of heart failure and understanding of the physiological effects as well as the pharmacokinetic and form a code dynamic properties of these drugs is key for safe and effective use.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A big glass building of the oregon health science university perma 13th flyer it allowed with amy cost she's the lad manager and she just got a call from of fertility clinic three floors downstairs i've been instructed from the fragility clinic that they have an egg that we're ready to go pick up he rediscovered you this thing great let's go she grabs a metal box at look sort of like a lunch and we had for the elevator this is our portable incubator which keeps the eggs warm well where are moving up and down the elevators we rushed to the clinic doctors there are removing eggs from a woman going through ivf to try to have a baby you wanna keep that eggs very happy in one and when you're jostling them are moving them they get a little unhappy when we get downstairs a doctor and scrubs opens a big incubator to get what was collected just a few moments ago from the donor nearby room and gently places a dish inside cost these portable incubator okay and then we walk really slowly back to the elevators was make you nervous every single time by the time i get up stairs i take a deep breath for the first time and i pause and thank off today i didn't drop anything back upstairs we hit into a small dark room and we're going co very carefully transfer from the travelling incubator into what we call our waffle maker is which are just benchtop incubators for embryos moments after the eggs your safely inside the door opened again hello pie how are you good thank you with me just sucre shukhrat batala bob he's a biologist born of the soviet union who runs the lab to have you so this is our small room but this way usually lots of signs happen big sarees what do you mean by that he believed this room is really magic in terms of signs of lots had been discoveries came in these little but legally these microscope he points to a big microscope were another scientists his positioning of petri dish she flipped on a light that makes a glow in the dark everything she's doing his projected onto a computer screen logging now eggs you see that human egg that's a human a your.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Now the kingdom o x health checkup would fred bottom are healthy body fat german researchers suggests there's nothing wrong with a literal shock in the trunk looks notwithstanding an ample booty may reflect the good health by german study suggests thing people may have a lower risk of heart attack stroke diabetes by packing a few extra pounds on their hips and thighs women with pearshaped bodies may be even healthier since the bottoms and thighs are safer places to store fat than other parts of body it means fat does not migrate to the heart and liver where it can lead to higher blood pressure higher blood sugar and greater risk of illness and later years gene editor it's a first in the united states editing genes in the embryo this is a controversial step toward someday helping babies of wheat inherited diseases editing the genes of human embryos scientist at oregon health science university reportedly using a technique which allows sections of dna to be altered we'll replace the experiment and exercise in science the embryos allowed to develop only a few days and never implanted in will boom the only previous work like this reported in china dogs unfitness a new study says the key to staying fit may require the company of man's best friend so you want more xirsa get a dog a new study in the case it owning a dog contributes greatly to its owners activity level dog owners are also more likely to have regular exercise no matter the weather regular dog walker's had twenty percent higher activity levels on days with cold rainy weather and were more active four thirty minutes per day compared to people who didn't have dogs dogs also contributed to higher activity levels in the elderly up to age seventy nine and that's today's health checkup i'm fred batum to find out more about how your health effects you log on to kigomo xcom well that's it you're all set baby girl tad i'm just starting kinds it's okay when you wish to decades of saving could just by you more.

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"oregon health science university" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"oregon health science university" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Lots going on there's a special session of the legislature going on were some audio from that they are trying to figure out this big foxconn incentive package at the same time the governor's pushing folks to card give the regular budget which is now we're overdue over a month overdue of you gotta get that nothing are taken care of artists first yeah so that there's a lot to talk about their but we're gonna kinda get away from mad in the first half are one of the shift gears we talk a lot about washington dc yesterday we talked about of course the ah scaramucci thing that happened while we're on the air he's gone had the i think the shortest white house tenure of anybody in recent member lots of folks like me included think that's good things be a good news because he is not somebody that the belonged to the white house he surly if you want to use a military term was unfit for duty i i think it was it was scary the potential of how that could turned out given some of things that happen while he was there while he was voted the microphone in front of them so we're gonna start to show the interesting story a tier of researchers of portland oregon have for the first time change the dna of a number of embryos with the gene editing a technique called it's just it's crisper is the technique and i i don't even know what crisper stands for but it's it's modifying embryos and as you can imagine a lot of people are suspicious air curious about that whole process it was done by a team of route research as i said in portland oregon the mit technology view has has documented the process the effort was led by the oregon health science university and above changing the dna of a large number of cells embryos with that gene adding editing technique called crisper fascinating stuff if you like technology and science which i do uh the the only previous cases were in china and they did it a few times and so this is a.

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