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Conclusion: Several demographic and laboratory parameters as well as composite critical illness scoring systems are reliable early predictors of mortality in sepsis. Exercise-induced desaturation in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease on six-minute walk test p.
DS and NDS were compared for baseline and clinical characters by the Student's t-test while Pearson and Spearman rho correlation coefficient assessed strength of the association of anthropometric and clinical variables with EID. The predictors of EID were identified by logistic regression and receiver operator curve analysis.
Resting oxygen saturation is a good predictor of EID. Clinico- pathological profile and course of malignant pleural effusion in a tertiary care teaching hospital in western U.
Presence of malignant pleural effusion puts the patient in advanced stage and renders the prognosis as poor. Aim: In this study we intend to find out the incidence of malignant pleural effusion, its aetiology and clinical course in patients attending a tertiary care teaching hospital. Results: A total of patients were included in this study.
Male to female ratio was 2. The major primary cancers were lung cancer , lymphoma 40 , breast cancer 36 , female genital tract 30 gastrointestinal 21 , and others 8. In 38 cases primary remained unknown. A majority of them 95, Conclusion: We conclude that malignant pleural effusion is a commonly misdiagnosed medical entity. Lung cancer is the commonest cause.
Chemical pleurodesis provides expected results but mortality remains high. A novel approach for lung delivery of rifampicin-loaded liposomes in dry powder form for the treatment of tuberculosis p. For poorly soluble molecules like rifampicin, lipid particulate system may improve lung delivery. Materials and Methods: We investigated rifampicin-loaded freeze-dried liposomes.
Various formulations were prepared with different drug lipid ratios and one formulation was optimized. Optimized colloidal liposome formulation was freeze-dried and subsequently subjected for various evaluation and characterization parameters such as in-vitro dissolution, in-vitro antitubercular activity, aerodynamic characters, surface morphology, and thermal behavior.
The optimized formulation of rifampicin-loaded freeze-dried liposome and free rifampicin was subjected for the in-vivo drug disposition study in Wister rat model by intra-tracheal instillation in comparison with an oral route of administration. The disease can affect the lung parenchyma or pleural tissue. Clinical manifestations typically appear 20 to 40 years after onset of exposure.
Radiologic changes can occur before 20 years, however. Asbestosis patients typically have elevated levels of antinuclear antibody and rheumatoid-factors and a progressive decrease in total lymphocyte count with advancing fibrosis. Self-perpetuating host responses may be affecting the progression of fibrosis even after exposure ceases.
Pleural effects can occur even in the absence of parenchymal asbestosis. Asbestos effects on the pleura include plaques with and without calcification , diffuse pleural thickening, and effusions. Pleural plaques are oval areas of acellular collagen deposits, usually located bilaterally on the inferior and posterior surfaces of the pleura.
People in contact with work clothes of asbestos workers or with asbestos-containing household products have developed pleural abnormalities. Pleural plaques are not lung cancer precursors, although persons with pleural plaques have an increased incidence of lung cancer.
Migration of inhaled asbestos to the pleura is the most likely cause of plaques. Pleural thickening can lead to decreased ventilatory capacity, probably because of restrictive effects. These effects are most commonly seen with extensive involvement of the visceral pleura, which is observed radiologically as diffuse pleural thickening. Mesotheliomas are tumors arising from the thin membranes that surround internal organs.
On exam, patient was a febrile, showed no significant distress, mild nasal congestion with occasional cough and mild intercostals retractions. The chest auscultation was normal. There were no rashes.
Remainder of the physical exam was unremarkable. Procalcitonin, lactic acid, electrolyte panel, liver enzymes and the rest of the complete blood count CBC were unremarkable.
A respiratory viral panel was negative. Sweat chloride test was also performed and found to be negative.