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comment What could cause hairs to gray at the tips but not the roots?
I think this is not the best answer here to the question. Chris covers the topic better, I think, since he mentions H2O2 mediated oxidative stress, and ROS, too. All answers could cover Genetics more clearly. Nevertheless, I like the mentioning of Bcl2 here.
Oct
19
comment Which immunosuppression caused by long-term usage of these antibiotics in untreated celiac disease?
Thank you for your answer! I added untreated celiac disease to the description which disrupts the normal gut bacteria.
Oct
19
comment Which immunosuppression caused by long-term usage of these antibiotics in untreated celiac disease?
I added the case to be with a patient with untreated celiac disease during that time.
Oct
18
comment Which immunosuppression caused by long-term usage of these antibiotics in untreated celiac disease?
@Chris. Yes to first question. Please, open me on this topic. There may be other antibiotics in the case. There may also be cases that such antibiotics cause immunosuppression in some patients - this is what I am studying now. I am just not understanding the mechanism.
Oct
18
comment Which immunosuppression caused by long-term usage of these antibiotics in untreated celiac disease?
@Chris Thank you for your comment! Yes, indeed - Acidum clavulanicum added next to Amocillinum.
Oct
18
comment What is the mechanism of reflex arcs?
Please, see reflex arcs in the books Pocock et al. and Costanzo et al. Review Guyton if necessary. Very well written. Susan coverers only some arches. Would like to see some of your work to answer this question.
Oct
18
comment How do the pharmacodynamics of the NSAIDs differ and are there “resistant” COX phenotypes?
Thank you for your comment! I will look for the fat metabolism thing next week. Your updated question will have completely different answer than the old one.
Oct
18
comment What are the risk factors of elevating legs for too regularly and when tired?
Thank you for your answer! You can also include other possible effects. Just separate the body by "---" for clarity. I am very interested in about long-term effects because, sometimes, I hold my legs elevated more than a couple of hours - which you can feel then afterwards. I think it is a different feeling than holding for short-time. I must verify this again. Assume you do this just before you go to sleep i.e. when your blood pressure is low, effect on baroreceptors low and also on smooth musculature.
Oct
17
comment What are the risk factors of elevating legs for too regularly and when tired?
@anongoodnurse Thank you for your comment! I answered your questions. Do you have anything to add?
Oct
16
comment How do the pharmacodynamics of the NSAIDs differ and are there “resistant” COX phenotypes?
What do you mean by collect in certain areas of the body in a compartmental fashion?
Oct
9
comment What limits our healing speed?
I think the challenge of the case is that the main question is open and asks much more than some processes. Your body then again explains much more narrower thing about biological level. The answer should be adequate to the question in title - not only textbook answer and/or simplification what can be found in books and/or review articles. Simplification is NOT enough for practical purposes. The body is user's attempt to answer it so well as possible. Biology is not only about one process. It is a multidisciplinary field with limitations.
Oct
7
comment To get Standard ECG from PhysioNet?
@AtlLED It does not need to be ambulatory. What is UT? Do you have reasons why ST Petersburg is AAMI?
Oct
4
comment To get Standard ECG from PhysioNet?
I contacted them. I will write here when I get the answer. In ambulatory ECGs, there is the situation that MIT-BIH is the only available AAMI standard data when also requirement that two datasets of one patient (particularly patient #201).
Oct
4
comment To get Standard ECG from PhysioNet?
Is this AAMI standard data?
Oct
4
comment To get Standard ECG from PhysioNet?
I do not understand how this work has managed to use Physionet's data and got such a 12-lead solution: web.utk.edu/~xzhao9/research/Physionet2011/ECGQuality.html Do you?
Sep
28
comment Normal Frequencies in Heart
Thank you for your review! Those mathematical methods used in those publications are insufficient. Data is lost when filtering is used. Power spectrum vs frequencies can NEVER reveal the exact energy patterns of the cardiac frequencies in time.
Sep
17
comment Meta-analysis of fruits in blocking Cytochrome family
Any possibility of doing it for those all at once? Doing list search?
Sep
17
comment Meta-analysis of fruits in blocking Cytochrome family
I asked my old Latin teacher how to learn the latin names of different fruit. I think there is some logic behind the fruit names.
Sep
17
comment Meta-analysis of fruits in blocking Cytochrome family
Thank you! The table includes the grapefruit juice as moderate inhibitor that was emphasized by my lecturer. I did not see any other significant food there.
Sep
5
comment Fast standing and the heart's insufficient accommodation of the increased venous return
@Raoul You are right again. I added my explanation and answer about the case here. I think prolonged undiagnosed celiac disease can cause symptoms that remind those of retrosternal pain.