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Epinephrine reduces cerebral perfusion during cardiopulmonary resuscitation*
Objective: Epinephrine has been the primary drug for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for more than a century. The therapeutic rationale was to restore threshold levels of myocardial and cerebralExpand
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Antibiotics and Antibiotic Resistance
In 1941, Albert Alexander, a policeman in Oxford, England, was the first patient to ever be treated with an antibiotic. While tending to his garden, he had been scratched by a rose a scratch thatExpand
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Alzheimer's Disease: Prevention, Delay, Minimization, and Reversal
Contrary to prevailing medical dogma, Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and the associated cognitive decline of dementia is not incurable but can be prevented, minimized, and even reversed. At issue isExpand
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Is Alzheimer an Autoimmune Disease Gone Rogue
It is posited that the compromised integrity of the blood brain barrier is a component of the etiology of Alzheimer disease, not a consequence of it. It is further submitted that the root cause ofExpand
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Recent Developments in Nanomedicine Research
J Nanomed Res 2016, 4(4): 00096 Institute; NCL: Nanotechnology Characterization Laboratory; NIH: (US) National Institutes of Health; NIST: (US) National Institute of Standards and Technology; NO:Expand
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Dementia:A review
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), dementia is “an umbrella term for several diseases affecting memory, other cognitive abilities and behavior that interfere significantly with aExpand
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Genetics, Epigenetics and Cancer
With deeper understanding of cell biology and genetics, it now appears that cancer is less an organ disease and more a disease of molecular mechanisms caused by mutations of specific genes. Cancer isExpand
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On Cancer Electro- and Nano-Chemotherapy
Submit Manuscript | http://medcraveonline.com to control or kill the cancer. A testimony to its effectiveness is the increasing number of cancer survivors. Most chemotherapy drugs are delivered byExpand
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Modalities with
Abbreviations: BBB: Blood Brain Barrier; Ca: Calcium; CT: Computed Tomography; EM: Electro-Magnetic; EMA: European Medicines Agency; FDA: (U.S.) Food And Drug Administration; Fmri: FunctionalExpand