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LitKDM2 study: the impact of health Literacy and knowledge about the disease on the metabolic control of type 2 diabetes mellitus

Aims Diabetes mellitus is a common chronic disease with severe individual and socioeconomic repercussions. Low health literacy has been correlated with increased morbimortality. DM knowledge can also influence individual health. We wanted to determine HL and HK-DM in patients with type 2 DM and their relationships with metabolic monitoring in patients with type 2 DM and their interactions with metabolic control. Methods Our study included 194 diabetic patients from a primary care health center. Participants were rated by the NST as having "high likelihood of limited HL" or "adequate HL" or "adequate HL" or "adequate HL" or "adequate HL" or "good" HK, as having "low", "average," and "good" HK, according to the NST. Overall, 72. 7 and 34. 7% of participants had HLL-HL and low HK-DM, respectively. A-HL and PL-HL were both significantly related to improved metabolic control than HLL-HL. There was no relationship between HK-DM and metabolic control, but we did not find one. To aid patients in achieving better metabolic balance, primary care physicians should recommend HL to aid patients in improving metabolic balance.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00592-022-01875-2


Total Fungi Counts and Metabolic Dynamics of Volatile Organic Compounds in Paddy Contaminated by Aspergillus niger During Storage Employing Gas Chromatography-Ion Mobility Spectrometry

GC-IMS discovered 40 species of VOCs in uninfected paddy in this research. The majority of which were positively related to each other were identified as characteristic VOCs for A. n. . . . virus infection by principal component analysis-calibrated loading weight. Also, the range of characteristic VOCs had higher prediction accuracy for A. n. . . . quantification than all the VOCs, with regression coefficients for partial least squares regression models over 0. 93. In addition, a linear positive relationship was found between A. n. . . . spore number and duration of infection in addition.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12161-021-02186-y


A Higher Phase Angle Is Associated with Greater Metabolic Equivalents in Women 1 Year After Bariatric Surgery

We therefore determined the effect of physical fitness on PhA after BS. Methods The PhA and body composition, physical fitness level, and metabolic equivalents were analyzed in adult women submitted to BS. At the two postoperative time points, physical fitness level and METs were measured. PhA reduction was reported 6 and 12 months after BS, but there was no significant difference between time points. In 81% of the volunteers after 6 months and 56% after 12 months, a moderate or high physical fitness level was recorded. Following surgery, a positive correlation was found between PhA and body cell mass mass. After 12 months, there was a strong positive correlation between PhA and METs. Conclusions Physical activity can attenuate the PhA decrease that occurs after BS, with this value reflecting the patient's involvement in this type of activity.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11695-022-06050-8


Metabolic and Inflammatory Profiles of Post-Bariatric Patients with Weight Recidivism

Background Bariatric surgery supports expressive weight loss, as well as improving the metabolic and inflammatory profiles. It's unclear if these measures in bariatric patients with weight recidivism. We set out to investigate both profiles in bariatric patients with a high risk of weight regain and overweight nonsurgical patients with obesity. Methods The Roux-en-Y gastric bypass with high RWR was administered by the bariatric group, and 40 controls matched for BMI, age, and gender were recruited as a nonsurgical group. In this group, we discovered a smaller number of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus and dyslipidemia, as well as lower neck and waist circumferences. Conclusion And in patients with elevated RWR, an extensive post-bariatric weight loss suggests a potential metabolic benefit/protection in the long run.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11695-022-06025-9


The Impact of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgeon Status on Outcomes After Bariatric Surgery: a Retrospective Cohort Study Using the MBSAQIP Database

Purpose Differences between complication rates of bariatric surgeries performed by general surgeons and those performed by metabolic and bariatric surgeons are unclear. Methods We reviewed the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program database, focusing on RYGB and SG procedures between 2016 and 2019. A multivariable logistic regression was used to determine the impact of subspecialized education on the incidence of severe complications and 30 day mortality in this region. The number of procedures being completed by the GS group decreased from n=4662, 3. 2 percent in 2016, to n =3414, 2. 1% in 2019. MBS patients did not have differences in death at 30 days or severe complications after adjusting for comorbidities, but not have differences in death at 30 days or serious complications. Conclusion MBS is assisting the majority of bariatric surgeries, with the percentage completed by GS decreasing. Both MBS and GS groups found no difference in the number of severe illnesses and 30-day mortality rates.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11695-022-06028-6


Metabolic syndrome in childhood cancer survivors: delta BMI a risk factor in lower-middle-income countries

Purpose Metabolic syndrome is a common late result of childhood cancer. Methods Children were included in a single center in a LMIC, 18 years of age at cancer diagnosis, were disease-free, had started treatment at least two years prior to study, and had completed therapy at least two years prior to study. Results In a sample of 500 Asian childhood cancer survivors at a median follow-up age of 17 years, there was a high incidence of MetSyn, central obesity, and dyslipidemia. Patients with elevated delta BMI 50 were at risk of developing MetSyn, compared to those with lower delta BMI. Conclusions and implications for cancer survivors The presence of MetSyn is high in CCS with an early age at onset. Timely screening and early intervention have been shown to be effective, and delta BMI could be a useful screening device for LMICs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-022-06910-0


Association between metabolic syndrome components and chronic kidney disease among 37,533 old Chinese individuals

Background Toggle populations, chronic kidney disease has risen to a global health issue. However, epidemiological studies in Chinese elderly people with CKD are also lacking. This research was designed to examine the epidemiological characteristics and potential risk factors of CKD in China's aging population. Conclusions The overall prevalence of CKD in this Chinese elderly population was 17. 7%. The mean eGFR was 84. 22 mL/min/1. 73 m2, with the median value higher for women than for men. Conclusions Our study shows that there is a high incidence of CKD among Chinese elderly people.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11255-021-03013-3


Links between behaviour and metabolic physiology in fishes in the Anthropocene

Changes in behavior and physiology are the most common responses of fishes to anthropogenic causes such as climate change and over-fishing. Behavioural changes can ensure that a species remains in a habitat that is appropriate for its optimal physiological function. However, since there are correlations between fish physiology and behavior, changes to either of these trait groups could result in reciprocal interactions. This paper reviews the latest findings on fishes' behaviour and aerobic metabolic physiology, as well as future research needs. Our investigation revealed that our knowledge of the correlations between fish behavior and metabolic physiology is rudimentary. While, it appears that all sorts of capture fisheries are likely to reduce the adaptive capacity of fished populations to climate stressors, angling, which is mainly related to recreational fishing, can lead to species separation by excluding individuals with strong behavioral traits and possibly the physiological characteristics that promote behavioural change. Future research should investigate how the interactions between metabolic physiological function and behaviour influence catchability, climate change triggers, and post-release recovery. Plasticity in the phenotypic structuration of social hierarchy, as well as how this influences habitat selection should be investigated. In addition, knowing how physiology is influenced by fisheries' selective processes, requires long-term monitoring of fished populations' physical and behavioral characteristics, as well as their catch rates.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11160-022-09701-2


XBP1 maintains beta cell identity, represses beta-to-alpha cell transdifferentiation and protects against diabetic beta cell failure during metabolic stress in mice

Pancreatic beta cell dedifferentiation, transdifferentiation into other islet cells, and apoptosis have all been implicated in type 2 diabetes beta cell death, although the mechanisms are uncertain. X-box binding protein 1, a key regulator of unfolded protein response, is the endoplasmic reticulum stress response factor. We investigated the consequences of Xbp1 deletion in adult beta cells and determined that XBP1-mediated unfolded protein response makes a crucial contribution to beta cell compensation in insulin resistance states. Deletion of Xbp1 in adult mouse beta cells resulted in beta cell dedifferentiation, beta-to-alpha cell transdifferentiation, and elevated alpha cell mass. Cell lineage-specific experiments revealed that Xbp1 deletion deactivated beta cell identity genes and anepressed beta cell differentiation and alpha cell differentiation, as well as alpha cell dedifferentiation and alpha cell genes, as well as alpha cell dedifferentiation and alpha cell genes.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00125-022-05669-7


Natural variability in seawater temperature compromises the metabolic performance of a reef-forming cold-water coral with implications for vulnerability to ongoing global change

One of the key factors that determines cold-water coral distribution around the world is seawater temperature. A string of expeditions were carried out as part of the Deep-Sea Exploration to Advance Research on Corals/Cold seeps Project as part of the Deep-Sea Explorer to Investigate New Areas of deep-sea habitats along the Southeast United States continental margin. The primary aim of this report was to determine the physiological responses of L. pertusa to the change in extreme temperature events in this region, due to the paucity of these buildings and the unique geographic environment of this geographic area, as well as the regular introduction of warm surface waters from the Gulf Stream. Since the introduction of warm surface water to deeper zones is predicted to rise in frequency and duration as a result of climate change, L. pertusa may be negatively affected, as well as environmental implications for the ecosystem it supports, the ecosystem's resilience and sustainability have been considered negatively.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00338-022-02267-2

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