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- Acoustic Stimulation
- Bed Rest
- Behavior Control
- Biological Therapy
- Blood Component Removal
- Cardiac Pacing, Artificial
- Clinical Protocols
- Combined Modality Therapy
- Complementary Therapies
- Cosmetic Techniques
- Directly Observed Therapy
- Drug Therapy
- Electric Stimulation Therapy
- Emergency Treatment
- Feeding Methods
- Fetal Therapies
- Hemostatic Techniques
- Hyperthermia, Induced
- Ischemic Preconditioning
- Laser Therapy
- Magnetic Field Therapy
- Nutrition Therapy
- Orthokeratologic Procedures
- Orthopedic Procedures
- Patient Care
- Patient Isolation
- Physical Therapy Modalities
- Remission Induction
- Renal Replacement Therapy
- Reproductive Techniques
- Respiratory Therapy
- Salvage Therapy
- Self Care
- Sorption Detoxification
- Therapies, Investigational
- Therapy, Computer-Assisted
Articles on Therapeutics
Comparative analysis of herbal compounds and synthetic drugs as a potent therapeutic for AIDS
AIDS or acquired immune deficiency syndrome is the disease, when the immune system becomes irreparably damaged, engendering multiple infections and cancers. Human immunodeficiency virus on invading the body specifically attacks T–cells, a core part of the human defence system which mobilises other...
Converging genetics, genomics and nanotechnologies for groundbreaking pathways in biomedicine and nanomedicine
The current convergence of genetics, genomics and nanotechnology is one of the scientific backbones of new technological paradigms that link several technological trajectories in biomedical sciences. The study reported here explores the patterns of some new radical innovations and emerging research f...
Nanodrug potential in cancer therapy: efficacy/toxicity studies in cancer cells
The interest of nanotechnology to find a more effective approach for drug delivery is growing fast. Nanoparticles as drug vehicles potentially improve the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of various types of drugs, and provide a tool to visualise molecules and tumour target cells that o...
Biomedical applications of engineered nanoparticles in diagnosis and therapeutics
Nanoparticles are essentially tiny pieces of material that measure no more than an atom or two across. Because of their small size, they can interact easily on the same level with microscopic pathogens such as bacteria or viruses. They are also adaptable enough that they can be applied in different b...
Patient-reported olfactory function following endoscopic sinus surgery with modified endoscopic Lothrop procedure / Draf 3.
The Modified Endoscopic Lothrop procedure (MELP) or Draf 3 is a complex procedure, performed for chronic frontal sinusitis that is refractory to standard functional endoscopic sinus surgery. The procedure involves drilling of the frontal T (formed by the septum and middle turbinate`s attachment to th...
Intracranial stenting in arterial occlusive disease.
The results of endovascular treatment of symptomatic intracranial arteriosclerotic stenosis with stenosis grades exceeding 70% show a mortality rate of 2% and severe morbidity of 8.3%. This justifies treatment being performed by experienced interventionalists only in selected cases, if the prospectiv...
Nanotechnology and nuclear medicine; research and preclinical applications.
We highlight the current status of research and preclinical applications and also future prospects of nanotechnology in medicine and in nuclear medicine. The most important field is cancer. A regular nanotechnology training program for nuclear medicine physicians may be welcome....
Nanopharmaceuticals II: application of nanoparticles and nanocarrier systems in pharmaceutics and nanomedicine
The principle aim of using nanoparticles in pharmaceutical delivery systems is to enable targeted and efficient delivery of the appropriate levels of therapeutic or diagnostic agents to the target sites with reduced, if any, side effects to the patient. Given the benefits that nanotechnology offers,...
Phage display for the generation of antibodies for proteome research, diagnostics and therapy.
Twenty years after its development, antibody phage display using filamentous bacteriophage represents the most successful in vitro antibody selection technology. Initially, its development was encouraged by the unique possibility of directly generating recombinant human antibodies for therapy. Today...
Outcomes of laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer in elderly patients.
We retrospectively considered a consecutive unselected series of 159 patients who underwent elective laparoscopic procedures for colorectal cancer at our institution between January 2007 and December 2009. Of these patients, 101 (63.5%) were ≤70 years of age (Group A), and 58 (36.5%) were >70 (Gr...