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The role of preoperative albumin and white blood cell count in surgical site infections following whipple surgery

Whipple surgery is also associated with a high risk of surgical site infections. Nutritional deficiency has been attributed to an elevated risk of wound infections. This research intends to investigate the role of preoperative albumin levels in predicting the risk of SSIs following Whipple surgery. The primary exposure was pre-operative albumin, but the secondary exposure was white blood cell count. This report reveals the predictive role of pre-operative albumin in the formation of S/D SSIs and highlights the need to develop therapeutic strategies to improve the pre-operative nutritional health of patients undergoing Whipple surgery.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022NatSR..1219184T/abstract


Relationship between total and differential quarter somatic cell counts at dry-off and early lactation

Mastitis is the most common disease of dairy cows, and it causes significant economic damage to the dairy industry globally. The differentiation of cell types has been suggested to be helpful in terms of a more definite interpretation of dairy cows' actual udder health status. SCC and differential somatic cell count in individual quarter milk samples obtained at various time points: after calving and at the lactation peak were investigated in this study. We used individual quarter results from farms representing the local production system of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese in Northern Italy. Taking SCC values as a sign of sub-mastitis, DSCC will diagnose mastitis with 0. 75 percent accuracy. In conclusion, DSCC and SCC provide conflicting reports of the udder health status of dairy cows, which, to a certain degree, are non-independence.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022PLoSO..1775755D/abstract


Associations between red blood cell count and metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease(MAFLD)

Background information Some studies showed that red blood cell count was unrecognized risk factor for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease without alcohol consumption. Because there are some similarities between the new guidelines of metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease and NAFLD, it is important to determine the connection between RBC and MAFLD. When the value of a monitored attenuation parameter obtained by Fibroscan was u2265274 dB/m, it was determined by Hepatic steatosis. We estimated the adjusted odds ratio for MAFLD, and the nonlinear relationship between RBC and MAFLD was explored using smooth curve fittings and threshold-effect analysis. Male and female were both 1. 5 for male and 1. 1 for female respectively, with adjusted odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals for the highest RBC quartile. Conclusion We found that an elevated RBC level is correlated with the increased risk of MAFLD in males. RBCs may be a potential biomarker for MAFLD, according to our research, which leads to new findings.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022PLoSO..1779274D/abstract


Abnormal peripheral blood cell counts in neurofibromatosis type 1

Neurofibromatosis type 1 (also known as von Recklinghausen disease) is an autosomal dominant disease characterized by neurofibromas with mast cell infiltration. In male NF1 patients than in male controls, the number of neutrophil counts was significantly higher than in male NF1 patients than in male controls. In NF1 patients than in controls for both sexes, the Lymphocyte count was significantly lower in NF1 patients than in controls. In male NF1 patients than in male controls, the monocyte count was significantly higher in male NF1 patients than in male controls. In male NF1 patients than in male controls, the Basophil count was significantly higher than in male NF1 patients than in male controls. In NF1 patients compared to controls for both sexes, LMR was noticeably lower in NF1 patients than in controls.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022NatSR..1218800N/abstract


T-cell counts in peripheral blood at leukapheresis predict responses to subsequent CAR-T cell therapy

Therefore, we reviewed the clinical effects of CAR-T cell therapy in peripheral blood at leukapheresis. Patients were classified into CD3 LOW and CD3 HIGH groups with a maximum of 553/u03bcL, according to CD3+ cell counts, with a maximum of 553/u03bcL. In the CD3 HIGH group, one-year progression-free survival was much higher than in the CD3 Low group than the CD3 LOW group. Moreover, elevated CD3+ cell counts in peripheral blood at leukapheresis were correlated with significantly elevated lymphocyte counts in peripheral blood at day 7 after CAR-T cell infusion, indicating further expansion of infused CAR-T cells in vivo. We found that the CD3+ cell count at leukapheresis predicts both increase of CAR-T cells after infusion and results of CAR-T cell therapy, as well as the development of comprehensive therapeutic plans at the time of leukapheresis.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022NatSR..1218696W/abstract


The Effects of Gamma and Proton Radiation Exposure on Hematopoietic Cell Counts in the Ferret Model

In the ferret model system, the decreases in blood cell counts following acute radiation doses of u03b3-ray or proton radiation exposure, in the doses and dose-rates expected during a solar particle event are shown. The ferret peripheral total white blood cell and lymphocyte counts decreased after exposure to u03b3-ray or proton radiation, although neutrophil counts increased within 3 hours.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2013GSR.....1...79S/abstract


Cryostat Slice Irregularities May Introduce Bias in Tissue Thickness Estimation: Relevance for Cell Counting Methods

The determination of final section thickness is needed for stereological methods using the optical disectors, but frozen tissue irregularities can deter this estimation. The thickness of tissue was defined as tissue volume/area in the geometric section. For all thickness tests and counting frames, significant differences were found between Tmax and Tgeom. In subcellular samples, the Tgeom/Tmax average rate was 68. 7% with cell profiles and 83. 3 percent respectively. Confocal microscopy can help to determine tissue abnormalities, which may lead to an overestimation of tissue volume if section thickness is estimated by focusing on the top and bottom of the sections.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2015MiMic..21..893P/abstract


Automatic Biological Cell Counting Using a Modified Gradient Hough Transform

Using the gradient accumulation matrix as a basic tool, we demonstrate a computational method for pseudo-circular object detection and quantitative characterization in digital images. These improvements have made the GAT algorithm a more flexible and efficient way to automatically detect pseudo-circular objects in a microscopic photograph. In microbiological images, we then demonstrate an extension of the technique to cell counting.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2017MiMic..23...11D/abstract

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