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The Ocular Trauma Score as a Method for the Prognostic Assessment of Visual Acuity in Patients with Close Eye Injuries

Raif Serdarevic Abstract Introduction: Traumatic injuries of the eye are the most common cause of loss of visual function. In our study we performed Ocula Trauma Score (OTS). We compared with the values of visual acuity of injury and thus get an accurate model for determining the prognostic value of the final visual acuity before [...]

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Comparison of Specific Ovarian Tumor Markers by Elecsys Analyzer 2010

Lejla Hasanbegovic, Selma Alicelebic, Nedeljka Sljivo Abstract Background: the most widely used tumor marker in ovarian cancer, often considered the and lsquo;gold standard' is CA125 but reliable clinical evidence demonstrates that human epididymis protein (HE4), used alone or in combination with CA125, substantially improves the accuracy of screening and/or disease monitoring. Aim: to evaluate the [...]

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Selective Inhibition on RAGE-binding AGEs Required by Bioactive Peptide Alpha-S2 Case in Protein from Goat Ethawah Breed Milk: Study of Biological Modeling

Fatchiyah Fatchiyah, Ferlany Hardiyanti, Nashi Widodo Abstract Background: Advanced Glycation End Products (AGE) play a pivotal role in the development various degenerative diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, stroke, neuropathy, and nephropathy. Different studies have been done to employ AGEs as drug targets for the diseases therapy. In previous study, we have found bioactive peptide [...]

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Information Technology and ndash; a Tool for Development of the Teaching Process at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Sarajevo

Izet Masic, Edin Begic Abstract Introduction: Information Technologies, taking slow steps, have found its application in the teaching process of Faculty of Medicine, University of Sarajevo. Online availability of the teaching content is mainly intended for users of the Bologna process. Aim: The aim was to present the level of use of information technologies at [...]

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Electronic Health Records: Critical Success Factors in Implementation

Reza Safdari, Marjan Ghazisaeidi, Mohamad Jebraeily Abstract Introduction: EHR implementation results in the improved quality of care, customer-orientation and timely access to complete information. Despite the potential benefits of EHR, its implementation is a difficult and complex task whose success depends on many factors. The purpose of this research is indeed to identify the key [...]

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A Rare Case of Biliary Leakage After Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and ndash;Diagnostic Evaluation and Nonsurgical Treatment: a Case Report

Zlatan Mehmedovic, Majda Mehmedovic, Jasmin Hasanovic Abstract Although laparoscopic cholecystectomy has become a gold standard in treatment of symptomatic cholelithiasis, it is associated with higher risk of intraoperative lesions and primarily lesions of biliary ducts. In small percentage of cases biliary fistulas occur, most commonly after leakage from cystic duct stump or accessory bile ducts [...]

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Bathing Epilepsy: Report of Three Caucasian Cases

Florian Dashi, Arsen Seferi, Arben Rroji, Eugen Enesi, Mentor Petrela Abstract Introduction: Bathing epilepsy is a specific type of reflex epilepsy triggered by domestic bathing in water. It is a geographically specific epilepsy syndrome that is more prevalent in India Cases in Caucasian population are very rarely reported. These cases share many similar clinical features [...]

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Determining the Awareness and Attitude of Employees in Deputy of Health of Isfahan University of Medical Science toward Telemedicine and its Advantages

Hamid Keshvari, Asefeh Haddadpoor, Behjat Taheri, Mehran Nasri Abstract Introduction: The useful capabilities of information and communication technologies for improving health services are becoming widely known. However many of the managers and policymakers of health systems are not yet familiar with these technologies, their dimensions and applications and the advantages of these new technologies for [...]

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