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#34563105   2021/09/27 To Up

Subcutaneous regular insulin use for the management of diabetic ketoacidosis in resource limited setting.

The standard recommendation of insulin therapy for patients with DKA is the administration of slow continuous intravenous (IV) regular insulin. Currently subcutaneous insulin is being recommended as an alternative treatment of DKA in mild and moderate cases in resource-limited settings. The purpose of this study was to assess the effectiveness and safety of six-hourly subcutaneous regular insulin use for the treatment of DKA among children with type one diabetes mellitus.
Bereket F Yismaw, Tigist W Leulseged

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#34563085   2021/08/26 To Up

Social Science Pedagogy as a Way of Integrating Sustainable Education and Global Citizenship into the Initial Training of Pre-Primary Teachers.

The main objective of this research was to demonstrate the integration of international and national strategies in education for sustainable development and global citizenship into initial teacher training. The researchers analyzed the outcomes of a feminist teaching strategy based on family trees, focusing on the usefulness of social science pedagogy in developing critical thinking among pupils. They also attempted to enhance teachers' digital literacy and make progress in reflecting on its functioning and use. The research used mixed methods, and the research instrument was a questionnaire using Likert-type scales validated by specialists from several universities. It was deployed in the module Didáctica del Conocimiento del Medio Social y Medioambiental (Pedagogy of Knowledge of the Social and Cultural Environment) of the Bachelor's Degree in Pre-Primary Education at the University of Alicante. Using historical research with a gender perspective, the trainee teachers investigated their family trees, focusing on the women in their families. They also carried out a speculative exercise to aid reflection on their contributions as teachers in support of equal education. The results obtained showed that this was a novel and useful educational activity, which inspired participants to work for a fair and democratic global citizenship based on coeducation.
Rocío Diez, Andrea Dominguez, Santiago Ponsoda, Bárbara Ortuño

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#34563038   2021/09/18 To Up

Eccrine Nevus in the Forearm of a 16-Year-Old Presenting as Unilateral Hyperhidrosis: A Clinicopathological Correlation Paradigm.

A case of a purely eccrine nevus in an adolescent patient presenting with focal hyperhidrosis on an area comprising the left forearm and the dorsal aspect of the left hand is described. No clinically evident lesions were identifiable. Dermatopathologic findings were subtle, showing only a slight increase in the number of eccrine glands. Clinicopathological correlation was paramount to achieve the diagnosis.
Alejandro Martin-Gorgojo, Ignacio Sanchez-Carpintero, Ricardo Ruiz-Rodriguez, Ana-Belen Enguita-Valls

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#34563036   2021/09/01 To Up

Immunohistopathological Analysis of Immunoglobulin E-Positive Epidermal Dendritic Cells with House Dust Mite Antigens in Naturally Occurring Skin Lesions of Adult and Elderly Patients with Atopic Dermatitis.

The immunopathogenic role of house dust mite (HDM) allergens in the development of skin lesions in atopic dermatitis (AD) has not yet been precisely clarified. We immunohistopathologically evaluated the localization of immunoglobulin E (IgE)-positive epidermal dendritic cells with HDM antigens in the skin lesions of patients with IgE-allergic AD. Using double-immunofluorescence and single-immunochemical staining methods, we analyzed biopsy specimens from the skin lesions of six patients with IgE-allergic AD and HDM allergy and 11 control subjects with inflammatory skin disorders. Inflammatory dendritic epidermal cells (IDECs; CD11c+ and CD206+ cells) were markedly observed in the central area of the spongiotic epidermis of skin lesions in all AD patients. Furthermore, IgE-positive IDECs with HDM antigens in the central areas of the spongiosis were found in four of the six (66.7%) AD patients. Langerhans cells (LCs; CD207+ cells) with HDM antigens were also observed in the peripheral areas of the spongiosis. Infiltration of CD4+ and CD8+ T cells in association with IgE-positive IDECs and LCs with HDM antigens was seen in the spongiotic epidermis. An IgE-mediated delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction, in combination with IgE-bearing dendritic cells, specific T cells, keratinocytes, and HDM antigens, may lead to spongiotic tissue formation in eczematous dermatitis in AD.
Ryoji Tanei, Yasuko Hasegawa

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#34563015   2021/08/29 To Up

Molecular Simulation and Theoretical Analysis of Slide-Ring Gels under Biaxial Deformation.

Slide-ring (SR) gels, a new type of gels that have cross-links moving along the chains, are known to have unique mechanical characteristics. In the case of biaxial deformations, it has been experimentally shown that the stress-strain (S-S) relationships of SR gels can be well described by the neo-Hookean (NH) model. This behavior is quite different from that of conventional chemical gels, where the S-S curves deviate from the NH model. To understand the molecular mechanism of such peculiar elastic properties of SR gels, we studied the effects of movable cross-links by using molecular simulations and theoretical analysis. We calculate the S-S relationships in biaxial deformation for two types of models: slip model, where the cross-links can slide along chains representing SR gels, and non-slip model, which corresponds to conventional chemical gels. In the theoretical analysis, we calculate the S-S relationships by using the models with the Gaussian and the Langevin chains to investigate the nonlinear stretching effect of the chain in the slip and non-slip models. As a result, we found that the peculiar elastic behaviors of SR gels in biaxial deformations are well explained by the effect of movable cross-links suppressing the nonlinear stretching of the chain.
Kotaro Tanahashi, Tsuyoshi Koga

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#34562982   2021/09/12 To Up

Oral Healthcare and Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura: Early Recognition, Dental Management and Case Report.

A 47-year-old Caucasian man, in good general, oral and periodontal health, presented with a non-bleeding bluish lesion on the back of his tongue, presumably due to an ecchymotic area of traumatic origin which was left untreated. The day after, other ecchymotic-type lesions on the mucous membranes of the cheeks and the upper lip, a bleeding lesion at the apex of the tongue and gingivorrhagia, along with petechiae on the back, scalp, lower limbs and feet, occurred, with rapid clinical deterioration, requiring immediate hospitalization. Oral, dermatological, and hematological evaluations lead to idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) diagnosis and hydrocortisone prescription, with a complete recovery in the next few days.The presented case of ITP, with early intra-oral manifestations, aimed both to emphasize the role of oral healthcare workers in theearly recognition of ITP, which may be especially relevant for those cases with extremely fast platelet depletion, high risk of internal bleeding and consequent potentially fatal complications, and in the differential diagnosis of the diseasethat may be aided by the diagnostic protocol described, and to provide dentists with recommendations on oral care management of cases of ITP, both in dental and multi-disciplinary settings.
Antonio Lanza, Federica Di Spirito, Serena Petrosino, Ludovico Sbordone

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#34562977   2021/09/06 To Up

Influence of Dental Implant Diameter and Bone Quality on the Biomechanics of Single-Crown Restoration. A Finite Element Analysis.

Success of an implant-supported prosthesis is highly dependent on implant diameter and bone quality. The objective of this study is to assess these two variables under axial or 30° angulated loading.
Eduardo Anitua, Naiara Larrazabal Saez de Ibarra, Iñigo Morales Martín, Luis Saracho Rotaeche

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#34562975   2021/09/04 To Up

Mesenchymal Stromal Cells Enhance Vascularization and Epithelialization within 7 Days after Gingival Augmentation with Collagen Matrices in Rabbits.

Soft gingival tissue deficiency remains a severe problem leading to postoperative recession, peri-implantitis, and bone resorption. The use of collagen matrices does not always lead to complete rebuilding of the gingiva volume. The application of mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) simultaneously with collagen materials represents a promising approach for the restoration of soft gingival tissues. However, short-term effects of MSCs-enriched collagen grafts after gingival augmentation have not yet been studied properly. Mucograft and Mucoderm matrices were implanted in rabbits (n = 12) simultaneously with the intraoperative injection of rabbit bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stromal cells (BM-MSCs) or without cells. Collagen matrices were implanted under the flap or by the surface technique without intentional primary closure. The samples were harvested seven days after implantation, histological staining with hematoxylin and eosin, and immunohistochemical staining for VEGF, IGF1, and TGF were performed. The use of Mucoderm led to better augmentation outcomes on day 7 compared with Mucograft ( < 0.0001). Gingival augmentation in combination with the local administration of BM-MSCs led to better regeneration of the soft gingival tissues independently of the type of implanted collagen matrices ( < 0.0001). Furthermore, injection of BM-MSCs significantly enhanced gingival vascularization and epithelization with a clear positive correlation between vascular growth and epithelial response. Administration of BM-MSCs in combination with various collagen materials may potentially improve gingiva regeneration.
Anatoliy Kulakov, Evgenia Kogan, Tatiana Brailovskaya, Anna Vedyaeva, Nickolay Zharkov, Olga Krasilnikova, Mikhail Krasheninnikov, Denis Baranovskii, Timur Rasulov, Ilya Klabukov

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