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Ochratoxin A in human serum samples collected in Isparta-Turkey from healthy individuals and individuals suffering from different urinary disorders.
The findings indicate that OA may have a role in the human urinary pathology considered herein, and a higher level of OA in dialysis groups compared to the control, renal stones and bladder cancer groups could probably be explained by the reduced glomerular filtration rate of these patients. Expand
Thrombopoietin and mean platelet volume in coronary artery disease
It is shown that large platelets are shown to be hemostatically more active during acute myocardial infarction and unstable angina pectoris, and the underlying mechanism of the phenomenon remains unclear. Expand
Cytogenetic abnormalities detected in patients with non-obstructive azoospermia and severe oligozoospermia
The occurrence of chromosomal abnormalities among infertile males strongly suggests the need for routine genetic testing and counseling prior to the employment of assisted reproduction techniques. Expand
Cardiac dysfunction in cirrhosis.
In cirrhosis, the exercise capacity was lower and also there was an impaired cardiovascular response to exercise with lower than expected peak heart rate without any cardiac dysfunction, which may have important clinical implications for the ability of these patients to withstand cardiovascular stress. Expand
Fibromyalgia in patients with other rheumatic diseases: prevalence and relationship with disease activity
The prevalence of FM in patients with rheumatologic diseases was found to be 6.6%, and there were significant correlations between disease activity indexes and Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire scores for most r heumatologic patients (RA, AS, OA, and BD). Expand
Superoxide dismutase and glutathione peroxidase in erythrocytes of patients with iron deficiency anemia: effects of different treatment modalities.
Oral iron treatment improved the iron deficiency anemia and recovered antioxidant defense system by increasing SOD activity and maintaining GSH-Px activity at normal level and vitamin E supplementation together with PI treatment may be effective in partially restoring the antioxidant status in this type of anemia. Expand
In Vivo Hemostatic Effect of the Medicinal Plant Extract Ankaferd Blood Stopper in Rats Pretreated With Warfarin
ABS has in vivo hemostatic actions that may provide a therapeutic potential for the management of patients with deficient primary hemostasis in clinical medicine and is evaluated in rats pretreated with warfarin. Expand
The efficacy of Ankaferd Blood Stopper in antithrombotic drug-induced primary and secondary hemostatic abnormalities of a rat-bleeding model
Ankaferd comprises a standardized mixture of plants Thymus vulgaris, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Vitis vinifera, Alpinia officinarum and Urtica dioica. Ankaferd Blood Stopper (ABS) as a medicinal product hasExpand
Oral Systemic Administration of Ankaferd Blood Stopper Has No Short-Term Toxicity in an In Vivo Rabbit Experimental Model
No signs of toxicity were observed in rabbits during short-term study with oral ABS administration, and acute mucosal toxicity, hematot toxicity, hepatotoxicity, nephrotoxicity, and biochemical toxicity were not observed during the short- term follow-up of the animals. Expand
Thrombopoietin and Mean Platelet Volume in Patients With Ischemic Stroke
Increased TPO levels may increase both platelet count and platelet size, resulting in more hemostatic tendency, which may contribute to the progression of ischemic stroke. Expand