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Journal of Medical Postgraduates ; (12): 381-385, 2018.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-700838


Objective It is a great challenge to perform hip revision surgery especially with severe proximal femoral bone de -fect.This study aims to discuss the short-medium clinical outcomes of using nonmodular full-coated tapered stem in femoral revision with Paprosky Ⅲ bone defect. Methods From May 2011 to October 2015, 58 patients(58 hips)diagnosed as ostiolysis/aseptic loosening with severe femoral bone defect(Paprosky Ⅲ)were treated with hip revision surgery.The cases of septic loosening and tumor were excluded.Harris scoring system and pain visual analogue scale(VAS)were used pre-and post-operatively to evaluate the function of hip joints and the pain level.Radiograph was used to evaluate loosening,subsidence and bone healing of the prosthesis. Results All patients were followed-up with 24-67 months,the mean follow up time was 49.3±12.7 months.None of the patients showed infec-tion or surrounding bone fracture.Dislocation happened in one case after surgery and was treated with manipulative reduction without re -currence.One case had progressive subsidence which led to aseptic loosening and was treated with re-revision.By the end of last follow-up,Haris Score was improved from preoperative 41.6±6.9 points to 83.1±5.7 points, VAS score decreased from preoperative 6.7 ±1.6 points to 2.5 ±1.2 points,(P<0.05). Conclusion Nonmodular full-coated tapered stem can obtain good clinical effect in femoral revision with severe proximal bone defect.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-699972


Objective To explore the fire prevention management to ensure the operating of the data room in the hospital. Methods The hidden risks in the fire prevention of the data room were pointed out in auto fire fighting system,precision air-conditioning equipment, UPS and battery pack, compatibilization and expansion, high-voltage power supply circuit, lightningproof grounding and etc.It's indicated that the maintenance staff had deficiency in mastering related knowledge on gas fire-extinguishing system.Results The maintenance had to be strengthened for the auto fire fighting system,precision air-conditioning equipment,UPS and battery pack,and the detection should be reinforced for the high-voltage power supply circuit and lightningproof grounding system. It's suggested that standardized construction be executed during data room compatibilization and expansion,corresponding management system be established,and the knowledge be mastered on the composition,operation and announcements.Conclusion The fire prevention management of the data room is enhanced in the hospital,and the hidden risks are eliminated for fire fighting.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-356509


To explore the mechanism of iron metabolism and its regulation as well as the roles of IRP(2) in ion metabolism of HL-60 cells, HL-60 cells were cultured in RPMI 1640 medium supplemented with 10% heat-inactivated fetal bovine serum, which was treated with ferric chloride (FeCl(3)) or deferoxamine (DFO). The cells were harvested at 12, 24 and 48 hours of proliferation, and total RNA was isolated; cDNA was synthesized by reverse transcription (RT), and relative expression levels of IRP(2) mRNA, Fn mRNA and TfR mRNA were determined by RT-PCR. The results showed at follows: (1) the level of IRP(2) mRNA remained constant in all cells, whether or not treated with DFO or FeCl(3). However, the expression of IRP(2) mRNA decreased when the time of cell culture was prolonged. There was no significant difference between groups (F(B-S) = 1.199, P > 0.05), but there was significant difference among the different time culture (F(W-S) = 43.418, P < 0.01). (2) Cells which treated neither with DFO nor ferri chloride showed significant difference from the control (F(W-S) = 7.184, F(B-S) = 113.926; P < 0.01). The level of TfR mRNA increased in the cells treated with DFO. Surprisingly, when cells treated with FeCl(3), there was not decline of TfR mRNA expression, but it increased lightly at 12 hours and peaked at 24 hours and declined drastically at 48 hours. (3) The level of Fn mRNA in the cells treated with FeCl(3) was approximately 2-fold as the control cells. In contrast with the control cells, there was significant difference (P < 0.05). The level of Fn mRNA of the cells treated with DFO had little change. As compared with the control cells, no significant difference was seen (P > 0.05). (4) There was not any significant correlation between IRP(2) mRNA and TfR mRNA or Fn mRNA in HL-60 cells (r = -0.005; r = 0.074; P > 0.05). It is concluded that (1) IRP(2) may regulate the iron metabolism in HL-60 cells by altering amounts of the IRP(2) 3.7- or 6.4-kb mRNA at the transcriptional level, or by IRP(2) degradation at the post transcriptional level. (2) Both of Fn mRNA and TfR mRNA participated, more or less, in the iron metabolism in HL-60 cells.

Ferritins , Genetics , Gene Expression Regulation, Neoplastic , HL-60 Cells , Humans , Iron Regulatory Protein 2 , Genetics , RNA, Messenger , Genetics , Metabolism , Receptors, Transferrin , Genetics , Reverse Transcriptase Polymerase Chain Reaction