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Rugby and shoulder trauma: a systematic review
Rugby is a popular contact sport worldwide. Collisions and tackles during matches and practices often lead to traumatic injuries of the shoulder. This review reports on the epidemiology of injuries, type of lesions and ...
Withdrawal of Papers
Errata corrige: Eating and Nutrition Habits in Young Competitive Athletes: A Comparison Between Soccer Players and Cyclists
(Universita degli studi di Salerno, 2015)
This corrects the article "Eating and nutrition habits in young competitive athletes: a comparison between soccer players and cyclists." in volume 11 on page 44.
Early Surgery after Coronary Revascularization: A Fine Line between Bleeding and Thrombosis
Management of PCI patients undergoing early surgery is still a matter of debate. Noteworthy, PCI patients require a dual antiplatelet therapy (DAPT), with aspirine and a thienopiridine (clopidogrel, prasugrel, ticagrelor), ...
Effect of Backward Walking on Attention: Possible Application on ADHD
The human requires attentive effort as assessed in dual-task experiments. Consistently, an attentive task can modify the walking pattern and a attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is accompanied by gait ...
Three Dimensional Myocardial Deformation and Diagnosis of Stable Coronary Artery Disease
To date, only one third of patients, with stable angina, undergoing coronary angiography demonstrated obstructive coronary artery disease (CAD). Thus, identifying high sensitivity and specificity, low-cost, non invasive ...
Heart Failure in a Dedicated Outpatient Clinic: Results after 58 Month Follow-Up. Can it be Enough?
Incidence of chronic heart failure (HF) is rapidly increasing, approaching a 10 per 1000 rate after 65 years of age. In the last decades, despite pharmacological, interventional and supportive innovations, HF prognosis ...
Role of Immunoglobulins in Neonatal Sepsis
Neonates, especially VLBW, are at high risk for sepsis related morbidity and mortality for immaturity of their immune system and invasive NICU practices. The paucity of immunoglobulins in preterm neonates consequently ...
Biology of Immunoglobulins
Intravenous Immunoglobulins (IvIg) are often administered to critically ill patients more as an act of faith than on the basis of relevant clinical studies. This particularly applies to the treatment of sepsis in ...