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Thromboprophylaxis rates in US medical centers: success or failure?
TLDR
The low rates of appropriate thromboprophylaxis use in US acute‐care hospitals, with two‐thirds of discharged patients not receiving prophylaxis in accordance with the 6th ACCP guidelines, are highlighted. Expand
Treatment of tubal pregnancy using comprehensive interventional methods.
TLDR
Comprehensive interventional treatment can prevent internal bleeding caused by failure of many conservative treatments, improve the indication and success rate of treatment, and preserve the complete fallopian tube. Expand
[Low-molecular-weight heparin for preventing deep-vein thrombosis after total joint arthroplasty].
TLDR
Low-molecular-weight heparin can significantly reduce the incidence of deep-vein thrombosis after total joint replacement after total hip and knee replacement. Expand
[Effect of renal function on sarcopenia in elderly male patients with chronic kidney disease].
TLDR
The increased incidence of sarcopenia in elderly men with CKD is accompanied with deterioration of renal function, and the area under the receiver operating characteristics curve (AUC) revealed that eGFRscr-cys was more suitable than eG FRcys to predict the sarcopenic in elderly male patients with CKd. Expand
[Analysis of risk factors and prognosis for bleeding in very old male patients with stage 5 chronic kidney disease].
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Pulmonary infection, average volume of blood platelet, fibrinogen, BUN, and systolic blood pressure were the independent risk factors of bleeding in very old male patients with stage 5 CKD. Expand
[Reinfusion of autologous shed blood after joint replacement].
TLDR
Reinfusion of autologous shed blood is a safe and effective to decrease the use of allogenic blood and avoid the complications of its transfusion. Expand
[Related factors of frailty in the elderly male patients with chronic kidney disease].
TLDR
The incidence of frailty in the elderly patients with CKD is affected by many factors, such as age, body mass index and renal function, and increases with decreased renal function. Expand
[High glucose reduced the repair function of kidney stem cells conditional medium to the hypoxia-injured renal tubular epithelium cells].
  • G. Yang, Q. Cheng, +7 authors Q. Ao
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Beijing da xue xue bao. Yi xue ban = Journal of…
  • 1 February 2017
TLDR
KSC conditional media could repair the H/R injury of RTEC mainly by inhibiting cell apoptosis, and reducing oxidative stress; the anti-cell apoptosis ability and theAnti-oxidative stress capacity of the conditional medium were reduced after KSC were pre-treated with high glucose. Expand