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  • Factor XI Deficiency

    This disorder complicates management during invasive procedures and poses a challenge during the performance of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI).[] In recent years, peripheral nerve blocks using ultrasound have gained popularity.[] Although the patient required transfusion of 2 units of RCC postoperatively, no bleeding complications occurred.[] Factor replacement is used more judiciously, and alternative approaches are gaining favor.[] Factor XI functions as a serine protease and activates factor IX, which, together with factor VIII activates factor X.[] In the present study, we compared the incidence of deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) in 219 unrelated patients with severe FXI deficiency aged 20-94 to the incidence in a large population-based[] IX cleavage by purified FXIa.[] We performed percutaneous balloon angioplasty in this case with no anti-coagulant and with favorable outcome.[] […] models, targeting FXI by knocking out the gene or by using FXI-neutralizing antibodies, antisense oligonucleotides, and peptidomimetic inhibitors, prevents arterial and vein[] Abstract Factor XI deficiency is a rare coagulopathy that requires a specific approach to preoperative planning.[]

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  • Factor IX

    A percutaneous renal biopsy was safely performed with factor IX (FIX) concentrate administration both preceding and following the procedure.[] Renal biopsy revealed peripheral capillary wall thickening and a spike appearance consistent with membranous glomerulonephritis.[] Comprehensive Care Centre, Faculty of Health Sciences, National Health Laboratory Services and University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa; 9 Department of Transfusion[] We report here the use of a multianalytical approach for the comparative evaluation of different lots of Factor IX isolated from plasma preparations and submitted or not to[] This antibody was found to bind to a common metal-ion-dependent conformational epitope found on the γ-carboxyglutamic acid (Gla) domain of prothrombin, factor X and factor[] Oral anticoagulation was initiated due to deep-vein thrombosis which was attributed to an antiphospholipid antibody syndrome.[] […] with some factor IX concentrates.[] RESULTS: A two-compartment model, parameterized for clearance (CL), volume of distribution of the central (V1) and peripheral (V2) compartments, and intercompartmental clearance[] A431 cells (derived from human squamous cell carcinoma), Pro5 cells (derived from mouse embryonic endothelial cells), Cos7 cells, and human umbilical vein endothelial cells[] Methods Study Patients A total of 10 men with severe hemophilia B each received a single dose of the scAAV2/8-LP1-hFIXco vector, administered through a peripheral vein, according[]

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  • Acquired Hemophilia A

    KEYWORDS: Acquired hemophilia A; Endoscopic therapy; Factor VIII inhibitor; Immunosuppression; Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy[] During the treatment, peripheral mononuclear cells were isolated at different time points and stimulated in vitro.[] Sequential transfusion of fresh frozen plasma did not achieve normalization of APTT.[] […] report presents 2 patients successfully treated with rituximab and a short tapering course of steroids and focuses our discussion in the analysis of different treatment approaches[] The APTT was prolonged, at 140 s, and factor VIII inhibitor was 36 Bethesda U/ml.[] Clotting factor concentrate is injected into a vein. Replacement therapy can prevent or treat bleeding episodes.[] IX.[] However, an interdisciplinary approach with meticulous surgical treatment and bleeding management with recombinant factor VIIa as well as inhibitor eradication by immunosuppressive[] This article reviews the diagnostic approach to AHA, discusses assay-specific limitations and addresses some of the challenges for future research.[] Stem Cell Transplantation, Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany; 2 Internal Medicine, Vivantes Clinic Friedrichshain, Berlin, Germany; 3 Hemostasis, Hemotherapy, and Transfusion[]

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  • Factor X Deficiency

    This case emphasizes the need for routine coagulation screening before percutaneous renal biopsy.[] The microorganism was probably from a contaminated peripheral cannula used for infusion of factor concentrate.[] Presumably the initial aggressive red cell transfusion to treat anaemia initiated the crisis and further large volumes of transfused FFP contributed to this adverse transfusion[] The pregnancy and postpartum period were not complicated by bleeding episodes; therefore this approach was accompanied by lower cost and fewer side effects when compared with[] […] directly tests factor X.[] Introduction A subgaleal hemorrhage (SGH) occurs when shearing forces are applied to the scalp during delivery, and large emissary veins in the subgaleal space sever or rupture[] Prophylaxis, using intermediate purity Factor IX concentrate, was commenced within the first month of life, necessitating the insertion of central venous access devices in[] We are presenting here clinico-haematological profile and diagnostic approach of five such cases seen by us over a period of eleven years (year 1991-2001).[] Only seven patients, six of whom are children, receive regular prophylaxis with Factor IX (FIX) concentrate (FIX HS, ZLB Behring; also containing approximately 800IU FX).[] If the patient is perfectly asymptomatic and has no family history of bleeding, the approach will depend on the procedure.[]

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  • Von Willebrand Disease

    CASE REPORT: We report a case of successful percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with bare-metal stent (BMS) implantation in a 46-year-old woman with type 1 vWD and history[] The most important hematological features of this case were large platelets and platelet aggregates detected on peripheral blood smears.[] Patients with vWD are exposed to Transfuse Related Acute Lung Injury (TRALI) when they become recipients of multiple blood products and repeated transfusions.[] Ensuring optimal outcomes for pregnant women with VWD requires a multidisciplinary approach. Copyright 2011. Published by Elsevier Inc.[] […] with von Willebrand factor (VWF)/Factor VIII concentrate (Humate-P, CSL Behring) during the bridge to VAD replacement.[] Conventional stripping of an insufficient great saphenous vein and varicose vein surgery, carries a potential risk of serious bleeding complications in this specific group[] IX deficiency D68 Other coagulation defects D68.0 Von Willebrand's disease D68.1 Hereditary factor XI deficiency D68.2 Hereditary deficiency of other clotting factors D68.3[] The rate of medical therapy alone [i.e. avoidance of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) or coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG)] was significantly higher among unstable[] […] cardiopulmonary bypass. vWD describes a number of different von Willebrand factor disorders, associated with variable degrees of bleeding, which require an individualized approach[] The vWF multimer is inactive when degraded and hence not able to perform it’s actual function in peripheral, defective blood vessels . The result is a vWS.[]

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  • Cervical Cancer

    Abstract This retrospective study investigated the effectiveness of percutaneous nerve electrical stimulation (PNES) for fatigue caused by chemotherapy for cervical cancer[] BACKGROUND: While peripheral neuropathy is a common side effect of platinum-based chemotherapy, central nervous system (CNS) toxicity, such as encephalopathy or seizures,[] Blood transfusion did not improve progression-free survival in patients with anemia or genital bleeding (P 0.742).[] OBJECTIVE: Cytological screening was carried out in rural women of Lucknow West, India, through a camp approach to detect cervical cancer in its preinvasive phase and to see[] Multivariable analysis was performed to determine independent risk factors for these metachronous cancers.[] Suspicion of this diagnosis in an oncology patient with complicating pulmonary emboli but no evidence of deep vein thrombosis is important, especially in cervical cancer patients[] The effect on CA IX expression of seven previously synthesised sulphonamide inhibitors, with high affinity for CA IX, as well as their effect on the proliferation/apoptosis[] Treatment options for kidney failure associated with cervical cancer include draining urine out of the kidneys using a tube inserted through the skin and into each kidney (percutaneous[] Although at the time of diagnosis no lymph node metastasis was detected, six months after treatment, an enlarged five-cm lymph node was found in the area of left iliac vein[] For instance, a tumor might press on your bladder or block blood flow in a vein. How is cervical cancer diagnosed?[]

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  • Necrotizing Enterocolitis

    Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty successfully dilated the stenosis, and no further episodes of NEC occurred.[] 8 patients with noninflammatory conditions of the gastrointestinal tract and 12 normal subjects.Significantly higher numbers of circulating fibrocytes were found in the peripheral[] Of the cytokines examined, interleukin-8 and serum calprotectin were high before exchange transfusion and decreased after exchange transfusion. 2012 The Authors.[] […] versatility of laparoscopy enables good visualization of the bowel and organs: a drain can be placed in a port site if there is no fecal contamination and a more conservative approach[] CONCLUSION: High quality studies on prognostic factors for NEC are rare. Several prognostic factors, that are not necessarily causal, are associated with NEC.[] Abstract Ultrasound is exquisitely sensitive for the identification of portal vein pneumatosis, which in neonates is commonly caused by necrotizing enterocolitis.[] Rotavirus ) Severe Inborn Errors of Metabolism Feeding Intolerance IX.[] Urgent percutaneous Penrose drainage was required.[] Bilious vomiting Stool change (bloody mucoid) Decrease of peristaltic sounds Erythema of the abdomen wall Ascites Nonspecific systemic signs can include: Apnea The decrease of peripheral[] BACKGROUND: To evaluate peritoneal drainage (PD) and laparotomy resection/ostomy (LAP) as initial approaches to the surgical management of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC)[]

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  • Hemophilia B

    A percutaneous renal biopsy was safely performed with factor IX (FIX) concentrate administration both preceding and following the procedure.[] We demonstrated that skewed XCI was the pathogenesis of the patient, and we successfully generated numerous iPSC colonies of the patient from peripheral blood mononuclear[] Transfusion. 2015 Jul;55(7):1787-97. doi: 10.1111/trf.13016. Epub 2015 Feb 5.[] Current clinical and preclinical approaches to advancing AAV-based and alternative approaches to factor IX gene therapy are considered in the context of current demographics[] Recombinant factor VIII and factor IX have made an enormous difference.[] Abstract A 37-year-old man with hemophilia B, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, and a unilateral cytomegalovirus retinitis developed a central retinal vein occlusion.[] This suggested a defect in the factor IX Gla domain coded mainly by exon 2 of the factor IX gene. Exon 2 was therefore amplified and sequenced.[] […] because AAV8 has a strong tropism for the liver, where clotting factors are normally synthesized, the vector could be administered noninvasively by a simple injection into peripheral[] Our observations suggest that Factor IX supplementation combined with aggressive coil embolization is the most effective treatment approach. Copyright 2013 Elsevier Inc.[] The great majority of arterial thrombosis are myocardial infarction or other acute coronary syndromes, whereas the majority of venous thrombosis are deep vein thrombosis and[]

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  • Femoral Hernia

    Autologous Tissue Substitute, Open Approach 0YU50JZSupplement Right Inguinal Region with Synthetic Substitute, Open Approach 0YU50KZSupplement Right Inguinal Region with Nonautologous[] The peritoneum was percutaneously punctured with a venous cannula through which the suture was inserted.[] […] in Clinical Medicine Videos in Clinical Medicine Quick Takes View all multimedia Reducing Hospital Stays in Infective Endocarditis Curbing Gun Violence Bridging the Gap Peripheral[] A blood transfusion may be required to replace the lost blood, or antibiotics to treat an infection. Nerve damage can occur, leaving an area of numb or sensitive skin.[] RESULTS: From 1998 to 2008, 94 patients were treated for femoral hernia using the preperitoneal approach. Out of 94 participants, 86 were female.[] The relevant epidemic factors of femoral hernia were thoroughly investigated in the clinic; however, the impact of these factors on surgical opportunity has not been widely[] With either technique care should be taken to avoid any pressure on the femoral vein .[] ) approaches.[] This is the case of a previously asymptomatic 11-year-old boy who presented with an inguinocrural swelling with physical exercise and was proposed for a laparoscopic percutaneous[] BACKGROUND: Although much of the literature focuses on risk factors for intestinal resection in groin hernias, little is known specifically for the femoral type.[]

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  • Ischemia

    CONCLUSIONS: The LimFlow system is currently the only registered device a total percutaneous DVA can be performed with.[] Abstract Critical limb ischemia (CLI) is considered the most severe pattern of peripheral artery disease.[] For patients who already have SCIs, chronic transfusion therapy decreases recurrent cerebral ischemia. 10 In addition to dilution of sickle Hb, chronic transfusions might[] CONCLUSIONS: The volleyball career duration and age are dose-response related risk factors for PCHAP among elite indoor and beach volleyball players.[] KEYWORDS: Varicose vein; hand; ischemia; venous sclerotherapy[] Using zinc protoporphyrin IX to inhibit HO‑1 demonstrated that HO‑1 was important for the promotion of autophagy.[] Herein, we present a patient who received a successful percutaneous rescue intervention after three days of renal ischemia caused by a complicated type B dissection.[] A week later, an endovascular procedure was attempted to reline SF and exclude the PSA pseudoaneurysm by deployment of two 13 100-mm peripheral endografts (Viabahn; W.L.[] Abstract Two cases of below-knee bypasses using an arterialized cephalic vein (CV) are presented.[] Abstract An 81-year-old woman with extensive peripheral vascular and coronary artery disease was admitted to the intensive care unit with a deep heel abscess and urinary tract[]

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