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  • January 21, 2022

Larviculture of the Zungaro jahu (Ihering, 1898)

January 21, 2022 Aqua & Marine Biology No Comments

JAÚ, an endangered species under laboratoryconditions Zungaro jahu (Ihering, 1898) is a fish threatened with extinction, according to the Red Listof the Ministry of the Environment and Legal Amazon. The objective of this work was topropose a cultivation protocol for the jaú. In the laboratory, …..

Blind nasogastric tube advancement following
esophagectomy

January 12, 2022 Gastroenterology & Hepatology No Comments

Background: Esophagectomy remains the primary curative treatment for esophagealcancer. Postoperatively, surgeons routinely drain the gastric conduit with a nasogastric tube(NGT). This tube is removed after the anastomosis is thought to have healed. Occasionally,patients require replacement of the NGT. Many surgeons are hesitant to place an …..

Risk factors for surgical site infection: challenges to public health

January 8, 2022 Epidemiology & Public Health | Medicine | microbiology No Comments

Surgical site infections are healthcare-related infections that succeeds post-surgical procedures in patients, associated with risk factors. Patients admitted in, healthcare facilities and medical institutions are vulnarable to these hospital associated due to lack of suitable infrastructure and hygiene protocols. The objective was to present the …..

Impact of a spinal cord injury in employment: a cross-sectional study in a Portuguese population

Background: Patients who have sustained a spinal cord injury (SCI) frequently face a fundamental change in their employment situation, as the demands of their previous job often exceed their remaining physical abilities. Aim: To study which factors associated with the SCI may influence the employment …..