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Results 1 - 10 of 1020

Artificial Intelligence and its Potential Impact to Healthcare.

HERDIN record number :
108921-1906101631102
Author(s) :
Paolo G. Hilado, Tito D. Soquiño, David S. Hinolan, Karla Mae  D. Vargas, Rojane Faith G. Belano, Christine Vie Miango, Marrille Grace B. Cusay, Weinreb Carl Medel, Eden Jane V. Aleman
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Abstract :
The study engaged in focused research on global developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Cognizant of its benefits and drawbacks, it aimed to further raise awareness on AI and its potential impact to healthcare. This documentary research details the utilization of AI in healthcare such as vi . . .
Physical Location :
Colegio San Agustin
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Not available

Semi-commercialization of PVP-carrageenan hydrogels for burn/wound dressing and bed sores (Phase 3): Stability testing and technology transfer.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD13112910453197
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Abstract :
The polyvinyl pyrrolidone (PVP) carrageenan hydrogel with the proposed trade name of skin-up has been developed and patented by the Philippine Nuclear Research Institute. Negotiations are Underway for the complete transfer of the Technology to Biotecos, Inc. which wil . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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The Accuracy of BronkoTest in Detecting Bacterial Infection in Patients With Chronic Lung Diseases.

HERDIN record number :
NCR-PHC-16041415224276
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Abstract :
Background: The presence of bacteria causing infection in the airways is associated with neutrophil recruitment thus correlating with the degree of yellow-green coloration of the sputum due to neutrophil myeloperoxidase accumulation. Therefore purulence of the sputum can be used . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Heart Center Medical Library
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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The association between the level of COPD severity and hyperinflation.

HERDIN record number :
NCR-PHC-17090714261465
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Abstract :
Background: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is estimated to affect 10% of the population worldwide and is an important cause of mortality and morbidity. Traditional spirometric measurements such as FEV1 correlate poorly with exercise tole . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Heart Center Medical Library
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
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Bioassay of indigenous plant products used in traditional folk medicine.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD08171109083634
Author(s) :
R.F. Quijano
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Abstract :
Analgesic order 8301, bioassay procedures for analgesic was developed using a device to measure/record animal responses to painful stimulus. Preliminary trials of charcoal tracing methods in measuring antidiarrheal effects, and sensitivity of method in measuring dose- . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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An early repolarization syndrome n a 39 year old male presenting with sudden cardiac death and treated with ICD: a case report.

HERDIN record number :
100731-19050211083776
Author(s) :
Jennilyn T. O’yek , Jason Roy M. Bacani
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Abstract :
An Early Repolarization Syndrome is a rare clinical entity and is a significant etiology of idiopathic ventricular fibrillation causing sudden cardiac death. We presented a case of a 39 year-old male with no known co-morbidities who had ventricular fibrillation-related cardiac arrest. A 12-lead e . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Heart Center Medical Library
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Infective endocarditis involving a bicuspid aortic valve with rupture of the anterior cusp and fistula formation between aorta and right ventricle.

HERDIN record number :
100731-19040211493277
Author(s) :
Neil D. Erguiza, Jose A. Santos
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Abstract :
We are presenting a case ofE.R., a 45-year-old female, who was admitted because of dyspnea. Two months prior to admission, she had cough and fever, which resolved after intake of antibiotics. These recurred after one month and she was admitted at the Makati City Hospital because of difficulty of . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Heart Center Medical Library
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Acute myocardial infarction in young females.

HERDIN record number :
100731-19040311125955
Author(s) :
Glenn A. Mana-ay, Romeo J.  Santos
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Abstract :
Despite the numerous advances in the treatment of cardiac diseases, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death among men and women and accounts for approximately half of the female deaths. Furtheremore, although mortality from acute coronary syndromes has decreased over the past several . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Heart Center Medical Library
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Outcomes of patients undergoing concomitant aortic and mitral valve surgery in the Philippine Heart Center from Year 2000 - 2013.

HERDIN record number :
100731-19062810573792
Author(s) :
Ada Cherryl L. Jayme, James Ho Khe Sui
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Abstract :
Background: There has been a steady increase in cardiac valve surgery performed for concomitant aortic and mitral disease in the Philippine Heart Center. Although the frequency of double valve surgery (DVS) remains low compared to isolated valve surgery, more patients are undergo . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Heart Center Medical Library
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Hypoglycemic effect of Zea mays L. on the blood glucose levels of normal and alloxan - induced diabetic rats.

HERDIN record number :
PCHRD08151102080553
Author(s) :
Rene H. Francisco
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Abstract :
The hypoglycemic effect of Zea mays L. ("buhok ng mais") on the blood glucose level was studied on Alloxan-induced diabetic rats. Freeze dried extract of "buhok ng mais" was administered orally at two close levels namely 5.40g/kg and 2.14 g/kg, after the LD50 value of . . .
Physical Location :
Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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