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Đa dạng các loài cây cho tinh dầu ở vườn quốc gia Pù Mát

Bài báo này là kết quả nghiên cứu các loài thực vật cho tinh dầu ở vườn quốc gia Pù Mát, Nghệ An để cung cấp thêm những dẫn liệu, góp phần bảo vệ nguồn tài nguyên đa dạng loài một cách hợp lý.

12/29/2020 9:01:07 PM +00:00

Thực trạng tiếp cận dịch vụ y tế của hộ nghèo ở thành thị

Bài viết tìm hiểu thực trạng về tiếp cận dịch vụ y tế của hộ gia đình nghèo trên địa bàn thành phố vinh; một số yếu tố tác động đến việc tiếp cận dịch vụ y tế của hộ gia đình nghèo ở thành thị.

12/29/2020 9:00:01 PM +00:00

Quy trình quản lý vật tư trang thiết bị y tế

Với mục tiêu quản lý vật tư trang thiết bị y tế từ khâu dự trù, mua sắm, nhập - xuất đến sử dụng tại các đơn vị Tailieu.vn giới thiệu đến các bạn Quy trình quản lý vật tư trang thiết bị y tế. Mời các bạn cùng tham khảo!

12/29/2020 8:20:43 PM +00:00

Occupational influences on Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis in a cohort of 18-year-old male military conscripts

The reported prevalence of spondylolysis (SL) in the adult population is 6–7%. Data concerning adolescent-onset spondylolisthesis (SLS) and the impact of certain activities on it is scarce. We examined the risk of clinical progression of SL and SLS as a function of primary severity and occupational strain among military recruits.

12/29/2020 8:20:23 PM +00:00

Percutaneous endoscopic unilateral laminotomy and bilateral decompression under 3D real-time image-guided navigation for spinal stenosis in degenerative lumbar kyphoscoliosis patients: An innovative preliminary study

The aim of this study is to introduce a new method of percutaneous endoscopic decompression under 3D real-time image-guided navigation for spinal stenosis in degenerative kyphoscoliosis patients without instability or those who with multiple comorbidities.

12/29/2020 8:20:10 PM +00:00

Role of an additional third screw in the fixation of transverse patellar fracture with two parallel cannulated screw and anterior wire

Two parallel cannulated screws along with an anterior wire to construct a tension band is a popular approach in transverse patellar fractures. However, the optimal screw proximity, either deep or superficial screw placements, remains controversial.

12/29/2020 8:19:59 PM +00:00

Double plating with autogenous bone grafting as a salvage procedure for recalcitrant humeral shaft nonunion

Although most cases of humeral shaft nonunion respond well to surgical intervention, surgeons still encounter patients with humeral shaft nonunion who have already undergone repeated surgeries for nonunion.

12/29/2020 8:19:50 PM +00:00

Prevalence of work related musculoskeletal disorders in Italian workers: Is there an underestimation of the related occupational risk factors?

Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) represent an important socio-economic burden. The current risk assessment and management involved in the ethiopathogenesis of WMSDs is based on observational tools and checklists, which have some limitations in terms of accuracy and reliability.

12/29/2020 8:19:43 PM +00:00

A patients’ view of OA: The Global Osteoarthritis Patient Perception Survey (GOAPPS), a pilot study

Globally, osteoarthritis (OA) is the third condition associated with disability. There is still poor treatment in OA but science holds the key to finding better treatments and a cure. It is essential to learn what’s important to patients from them to implement the most effective OA management.

12/29/2020 8:19:36 PM +00:00

A prospective study of the muscle strength and reaction time of the quadriceps, hamstring, and gastrocnemius muscles in patients with plantar fasciitis

Muscle weakness is an important etiological factor in plantar fasciitis (PF), but available data on the role of the quadriceps, hamstring, and gastrocnemius (GCM) muscles are limited. The aim of this study was to compare the strength and reaction time of the quadriceps, hamstring, and GCM muscles and foot pressure between patients with PF and normal controls.

12/29/2020 8:19:29 PM +00:00

A comparison study of percutaneous endoscopic decompression and posterior decompressive laminectomy in the treatment of thoracic spinal stenosis

Percutaneous endoscopic decompression (PED) is considered a minimally invasive and safe procedure in lumbar degenerative disease. Few authors report the success of PED for thoracic spinal stenosis (TSS) with thoracic myelopathy.

12/29/2020 8:19:20 PM +00:00

Treatment of pediatric lateral condylar humerus fractures with closed reduction and percutaneous pinning

Lateral condylar humerus fractures (LCHFs) are the second most common pediatric distal humerus fractures. Open reduction and internal fixation is recommended for fractures displaced by more than 2 mm.

12/29/2020 8:19:13 PM +00:00

Usefulness of ultrasonography for diagnosing iatrogenic spinal accessory nerve palsy after lymph node needle biopsy: A case report

Spinal accessory nerve (SAN) palsy is rare in clinical settings. Iatrogenicity is the most common cause, with cervical lymph node biopsy accounting for > 50% of cases. However, SAN palsy after lymph node needle biopsy is extremely rare, and the injury site is difficult to identify because of the tiny needle mark.

12/29/2020 8:19:05 PM +00:00

Cervical myelopathy due to subaxial calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate (CPPD) deposition with simultaneous asymptomatic crowned dens syndrome: Two case reports

There are few reports of cervical myelopathy caused by an attack of subaxial calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate (CPPD) deposition. Moreover, there has been no report on cervical myelopathy by subaxial CPPD deposition with simultaneous asymptomatic crowned dens syndrome (CDS) at the same time.

12/29/2020 8:18:57 PM +00:00

A finite element analysis of sacroiliac joint displacements and ligament strains in response to three manipulations

Clinical studies have found that manipulations have a good clinical effect on sacroiliac joint (SIJ) pain without specific causes. However, the specific mechanisms underlying the effect of manipulations are still unclear.

12/29/2020 8:18:49 PM +00:00

Intramedullary reaming and irrigation and antibiotic-loaded calcium sulfate implantation for the treatment of infection after intramedullary nailing: A retrospective study of 19 cases

The incidence of intramedullary infection is increasing with increased use of intramedullary fixation for long bone fractures. However, appropriate treatment for infection after intramedullary nailing is unclear.

12/29/2020 8:18:41 PM +00:00

Effects of β-carotene intake on the risk of fracture: A Bayesian meta-analysis

Epidemiological studies examining the association between β-carotene intake and risk of fracture have reported inconsistent findings. We conducted a meta-analysis to investigate the association between βcarotene intake and risk of fracture.

12/29/2020 8:18:32 PM +00:00

Effects of whole body vibration with exercise therapy versus exercise therapy alone on flexibility, vertical jump height, agility and pain in athletes with patellofemoral pain: A randomized clinical trial

Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is the most prevalent orthopedic problem in active young adults. Due to its multifactorial etiology, a variety of therapeutic measures have been adopted to treat PFP, including exercise therapy, electrotherapy, and manual therapy.

12/29/2020 8:18:24 PM +00:00

Physical exposure during patient transfer and risk of back injury & low-back pain: Prospective cohort study

Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are common among healthcare workers. Because frequent patient transfer has been associated with increased risk of MSDs, we aim to quantify the physical load associated with commonly-used assistive devices and to investigate associations between accumulated physical exposure and risk of MSDs.

12/29/2020 8:18:18 PM +00:00

Arthroscopic microfracture with atelocollagen augmentation for osteochondral lesion of the talus: A multicenter randomized controlled trial

We aimed to evaluate whether arthroscopic microfracture with atelocollagen augmentation could improve the clinical outcomes and quality of regenerated cartilage in patients with osteochondral lesion of the talus (OLT).

12/29/2020 8:18:07 PM +00:00

High molecular weight Intraarticular hyaluronic acid for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis: A network meta-analysis

The 2013 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) guidelines made strong recommendations against intraarticular hyaluronic acid (IAHA) for patients with knee osteoarthritis (OA), as evidence supporting improvements in pain did not meet the minimal clinically important improvement (MCII) threshold.

12/29/2020 8:17:58 PM +00:00

Fibroma of tendon sheath of the hand in a 3-year-old boy: A case report

Fibroma of tendon sheath (FTS) is a rare benign soft tissue tumor that often occurs in the upper extremities. It manifests as a slow-growing mass, often without tenderness or spontaneous pain. FTS occurs most commonly in people aged 20–40 years and is extremely rare in young children.

12/29/2020 8:17:50 PM +00:00

Effects of a movement control and tactile acuity training in patients with nonspecific chronic low back pain and control impairment – a randomised controlled pilot study

Nonspecific chronic low back pain (NSCLBP) is a heterogeneous condition that is associated with complex neuromuscular adaptations. Exercise is a widely administered treatment, but its effects are small to moderate. Tailoring patient-specific exercise treatments based on subgroup classification may improve patient outcomes.

12/29/2020 8:17:42 PM +00:00

Hook plate with or without coracoclavicular ligament augmentation in the treatment of acute acromioclavicular separation

Acromioclavicular (AC) separation can be treated with the use of a hook plate. Some studies have reported that coracoclavicular (CC) ligament augmentation is necessary to reduce the complications of hook plate fixation, whereas others recommend hook plate fixation alone without augmentation.

12/29/2020 8:17:34 PM +00:00

Low rates of all-cause revision in displaced subcapital femoral neck fractures treated with hip hemiarthroplasty - a retrospective review of 4516 patients from a single institute

Femoral neck fracture (FNF) is among the commonest fractures affecting the geriatric population. Hemiarthroplasty (HA) is a standard treatment procedure and has been performed by hip surgeons for decades. Recently, primary total hip replacement has proved advantageous for the treatment of such fractures.

12/29/2020 8:17:24 PM +00:00

Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of the Dutch language version of the Pictorial Fear of Activity Scale – Cervical

The Pictorial Fear of Activity Scale-Cervical (PFActS-C) is a reliable and valid instrument to assess fear of movement in people with whiplash associated disorders. It is not available in Dutch and has not been evaluated in other neck pain populations.

12/29/2020 8:17:16 PM +00:00

Non-surgical treatment with XSHHD for ruptured lumbar disc herniation: A 3-year prospective observational study

Lumbar disc herniation (LDH) is mainly caused by annular fiber disruption with a discrete leakage of nucleus pulposus pressing on a nerve, resulting in back pain and radiating pain. Most patients with LDH can be treated conservatively, but there are many different conservative treatments.

12/29/2020 8:17:09 PM +00:00

Degenerative central lumbar spinal stenosis: Is endoscopic decompression through bilateral transforaminal approach sufficient?

At present, few reports of percutaneous endoscopic transforaminal decompression surgery have been reported to solve central lumbar spinal stenosis (CLSS). This retrospective study included 47 cases of CLSS patients who underwent percutaneous endoscopic decompression through bilateral transforaminal approach.

12/29/2020 8:17:02 PM +00:00

Pseudoaneurysm following hamstring tendon harvest in arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: A case report

Vascular injury is a very rare complication following arthroscopic knee surgery. This is the first report of pseudoaneurysm at the saphenous branch of the descending genicular artery complicating semitendinosus tendon harvest in arthroscopic anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

12/29/2020 8:16:53 PM +00:00

The effect of infliximab in patients with chronic low back pain and Modic changes (the BackToBasic study): Study protocol of a randomized, double blind, placebocontrolled, multicenter trial

Low back pain is common and a significant number of patients experience chronic low back pain. Current treatment options offer small to moderate effects. Patients with vertebral bone marrow lesions visualized as Modic changes on magnetic resonance imaging may represent a subgroup within the low back pain population.

12/29/2020 8:16:43 PM +00:00