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Deep Mining Reveals Omics Promise for Cancer Biomarkers

2020 03 Mar

Harnessing the use of omics data – derived from research studies in biomedical sciences – is becoming increasingly important in advancing personalised cancer medicine. Analyses of omics data help scientists in identifying cancer genotype and phenotype, for example.     You might also like: MRI and Radiomics Predict 10-Year Breast Cancer... Read more

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Treatment implications of novel clinical phenotypes for sepsis

2019 23 May

Sepsis affects millions of individuals every year. It carries a high risk of death, even if prompt care is provided.  It has been decades, and no new therapies for sepsis have been discovered. A major barrier to progress in this area has been the overly broad definition for this syndrome. Sepsis has a vast array of clinical and biological features,... Read more

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Phenotyping: need to identify subgroups of ARDS patients

2018 11 Dec

The consensus definitions of acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) mainly rely on feasible clinical criteria, which help to group patients together for inclusion in clinical trials and for clinical management. This generates clinical and biological differences in observable patient characteristics. These differences could be used to group ARDS... Read more

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Volume 18 - Issue 1, 2018

2018 16 Mar

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ICU delirium a distinct indicator of acute brain injury

2018 16 Mar

More than half of ICU patients in a new study experienced delirium for long periods during their stay. Sedative-associated delirium was most common, while longer periods of hypoxic delirium and unclassified delirium were associated with worse cognitive function at follow-up one year after hospital discharge. You might also like : Sedative prevents... Read more

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Study: ICU delirium a distinct indicator of acute brain injury

2018 27 Feb

More than half of ICU patients in a newly published study experienced delirium for long periods during their stay. Sedative-associated delirium was most common, while longer periods of hypoxic delirium and unclassified delirium were associated with worse cognitive function at follow-up one year after hospital discharge. The researchers write that... Read more