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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.
Robotic anesthesia - A vision for the future of anesthesia
This narrative review describes a rationale for robotic anesthesia. It offers a first classification of robotic anesthesia by separating it into pharmacological robots and robots for aiding or replacing manual gestures. ...
Non-immortalized human tenocyte cultures as a vehicle for understanding cellular aspects to tendinopathy
The biochemical mechanisms underlying tendinopathy are obscure. We briefly describe preliminary observations of human tenocyte behaviour in culture as a vehicle for determining the role of reactive oxygen in tendon pathology
Tracheostomy in spinal cord injured patients
Patients with cervical spinal cord injury frequently need prolonged mechanical ventilation as a result of worsening pulmonary vital capacity due to paralysis of respiratory muscles, severe impairment of tracheobronchial ...
Allergens in allergy diagnosis: a glimpse at emerging new concepts and methodologies
Allergic diseases are important concern of public health. A reliable diagnosis is of utmost importance for the management of allergic patients both when immunotherapy is planned and when the treatment is essentially based ...
Environmental pollution effectson reproductive health? Clinical-epidemiological study in southern Italy
This study aims to address the clinical, statistical and Epidemiological Relationship Between Birth Defects and Environmental Pollution, in the Campania Region and in Salerno. Objectives: We examined four groups of subjects ...
Vaptans and hyponatremia in critical patients
Hyponatremia is the most frequent fluid and electrolyte disorder in hospitalized patients (20%), particularly in ICU, associated with an increase in morbility and mortality. While hypovolaemic hyponatremia needs to be ...