The case of a patient treated so far due to arterial hypertension, requiring complex therapy who was referred to the Department of Cardiology due to ACS and suspected hypertrophic cardiomyopa thy. In the echocardiography- the left ventricular ejection fraction was normal, enlargedheart cavities and concentric LK hypertrophy up to 18 mm was found.
Synthesis, Anticancer And Catalytic Activities Of Novel Mono Nuclear Cu2+, Co2+, And Zn2+ Complexes Involving Benzotriazol, Ethane- 1, 2- Diamine And 4,4’- Diaminocyclohexylmethane Ligands
In this study, serval eco-friendly novel complexes were synthe sized and characterized having the general formula of [CoC46H 60Cl2 N8 O4 ] (I), [CuC43H53Cl2 N7 O3 ] (II), [CuC4 H16Cl2 N4 O8 ] (III) and [Cl4 Zn, C13H28 N2 , H2 O] (IV) using benzotriazol, Ethane-1,2- Diamine, and 4,4’-Diaminocyclohexylmethane as ligands through one-pot method using anhydrous methanol or ethanol with dif ferent metal salt (2:1 eqv) metal to ligand stoichiometry.
Chronic Infection Related To Tunneled Catheter for Hemodialysis with Presence of Macroscopic Microbial Biofilm
Although the recommended vascular access for hemodialysis is the arteriovenous fistula, tunneled central venous catheters (CVC) are commonly used for treatment. In hemodialysis patients, infec tions are the most common cause of morbidity and are the second most common cause of mortality of which CVCs are common po tential causes. Prevention, timely detection, and proper treatment of infections related to percutaneous vascular accesses are defining factors in the reduction of complications.
Haemoptysis is a fairly common condition which is encountered in an emergency setting. However, the exact cause may not be easily identifiable. In such scenarios, bronchial artery embolization can be considered to stop the bleeding.