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Reducing the effect of DOAC interference in laboratory testing for factor VIII and factor IX: A comparative study using DOAC Stop and andexanet alfa to neutralize rivaroxaban effects.

Investigation of factors (F) VIII and IX is common, with testing important for diagnosis or exclusion of haemophilia A or B, associated acquired conditions and factor inhibitors. Rivaroxaban, a common direct anti-Xa agent, causes significant interference in clotting assays, including substantial false reduction of factor levels.

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Safety of Prophylactic Heparin in the Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism After Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage: A Meta-analysis.

 Patients with spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage (sICH) have a nearly fourfold greater risk for venous thromboembolism (VTE) than those with acute ischemic stroke, and VTE after sICH is associated with high risk for in-hospital mortality. The benefit from prophylactic heparin for VTE remains uncertain because its safety is not documented. In this study, we used an updated meta-analysis to evaluate the safety of heparin for the prevention of VTE in patients with sICH.

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[Evidence-Based Approaches in Rehabilitation - Research Designs and Conceptual Foundations for Analyzing the Efficacy and Effectiveness of Rehabilitation Treatments].

Rehabilitation is evidenced based if treatments are applied that proved to enhance rehabilitation outcomes - generally patients' health or participation- effectively in a causal manner. Randomized control trials (RCTs) allow determining the efficacy of treatments unambiguously. If alternative research designs (e. g. case-control studies, cohort studies, observational studies) are adopted, the association of the treatment and the improvement of the health status or participation may be biased by confounding variables (limitations of internal validity). Several variants of the basic RCT designs have been developed (e. g. cluster-randomized trials, factorial designs, pragmatic trials) to adapt RCTs to the demands of practical applications. Additionally, deciding and acting evidence-based requires rehabilitation treatments and recommendations which have been developed on a solid theoretical basis and which are applied in practical rehabilitation care appropriately. Especially, because treatments have to be chosen and provided according to rehabilitation patients' individual needs. Furthermore, in every day care the application of treatments has to be matched to the specific conditions of the respective rehabilitation institution. Thus, a comprehensive understanding of evidence requires not only efficacy studies adopting RCTs. Additionally, knowledge about treatment efficacy has to be complemented by studies investigating conceptual and theoretical foundations of effective treatments (intervention design) as well as studies to apply treatments in practical rehabilitation care (implementation research) appropriately.

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[Effectiveness of Biofeedback for Primary Headache - A Randomized Controlled Study].

Biofeedback-treatment for primary headache is highly recommended. Its expenses are mostly not or not completely covered by health funds, hindering the implementation in the care system. This randomized controlled study aimed at evaluating the efficacy of a biofeedback-treatment for primary headache in the outpatient care system all over Germany.

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Activation of D1 receptors affects human reactivity and flexibility to valued cues.

Reward-predicting cues motivate goal-directed behavior, but in unstable environments humans must also be able to flexibly update cue-reward associations. While the capacity of reward cues to trigger motivation ('reactivity') as well as flexibility in cue-reward associations have been linked to the neurotransmitter dopamine in humans, the specific contribution of the dopamine D1 receptor family to these behaviors remained elusive. To fill this gap, we conducted a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind pharmacological study testing the impact of three different doses of a novel D1 agonist (relative to placebo) on reactivity to reward-predicting cues (Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer) and flexibility of cue-outcome associations (reversal learning). We observed that the impact of the D1 agonist crucially depended on baseline working memory functioning, which has been identified as a proxy for baseline dopamine synthesis capacity. Specifically, increasing D1 receptor stimulation strengthened Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer in individuals with high baseline working memory capacity. In contrast, higher doses of the D1 agonist improved reversal learning only in individuals with low baseline working memory functioning. Our findings suggest a crucial and baseline-dependent role of D1 receptor activation in controlling both cue reactivity and the flexibility of cue-reward associations.

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The Role of the AIMP1 Pathway in Diabetic Retinopathy: AIMP1-Targeted Intervention Study in Diabetic Retinopathy.

We characterized the role of aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase-interacting multifunctional protein 1 (AIMP1) in retinal inflammation and apoptosis regulation, both in vivo and in vitro. In addition, we used clinical specimens to show the relationship between AIMP1 and the development of diabetic retinopathy (DR).

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Kikuchi-Fujimoto Disease-Like Inflammatory Reaction in a Silicone Breast Implant Seroma.

Kikuchi-Fujimoto disease (KFD) may have an autoimmune etiology and some cases have been associated with silicone breast implants. Cytomorphologic features of the disease have been well characterized by fine-needle aspiration of lymph nodes. They are so specific as to permit a precise cytologic diagnosis. Cytologic features have not been reported in fluid specimens.

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Readmissions after Acute Kidney Injury during Left Ventricular Assist Device Implantation Hospitalization.

Acute kidney injury (AKI) frequently complicates hospitalizations for left ventricular assist device (LVAD) implantation. Little is known about the relationship of AKI with subsequent readmissions, and we investigated the relationship of AKI during LVAD implantation hospitalization with all-cause and cause-specific 30-day readmissions.

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A Moan of Pleasure Should Be Breathy: The Effect of Voice Quality on the Meaning of Human Nonverbal Vocalizations.

Prosodic features, such as intonation and voice intensity, have a well-documented role in communicating emotion, but less is known about the role of laryngeal voice quality in speech and particularly in nonverbal vocalizations such as laughs and moans. Potentially, however, variations in voice quality between tense and breathy may convey rich information about the speaker's physiological and affective state. In this study breathiness was manipulated in synthetic human nonverbal vocalizations by adjusting the relative strength of upper harmonics and aspiration noise. In experiment 1 (28 prototypes × 3 manipulations = 84 sounds), otherwise identical vocalizations with tense versus breathy voice quality were associated with higher arousal (general alertness), higher dominance, and lower valence (unpleasant states). Ratings on discrete emotions in experiment 2 (56 × 3 = 168 sounds) confirmed that breathiness was reliably associated with positive emotions, particularly in ambiguous vocalizations (gasps and moans). The spectral centroid did not fully account for the effect of manipulation, confirming that the perceived change in voice quality was more specific than a general shift in timbral brightness. Breathiness is thus involved in communicating emotion with nonverbal vocalizations, possibly due to changes in low-level auditory salience and perceived vocal effort.

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