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Cancer Research and Clinic ; (6): 683-685,688, 2014.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-601781


Objective To investigate the surgical effort of transurethral bipolar plasma kinetic resection (PKR-BT) on who cannot tolerate radical cystectomy in elderly patients with high-risk infiltration bladder urothelial cancer.Methods From 2010 January to 2013 September,data from 27 cases of elderly had been reviewed.The risk of invasive bladder urothelial cancer were treated with PKR-BT treatment.All patients met WHO elderly standards in this group of patients with severe diabetes was 7 cases,and other comlications.Results All 27 patients had been successful in operation and postoperative recovery.Patients were followed up for 4-45 months,8 cases occured recurrence,6 cases of PKR-BT again,2 cases missed,complete follow up 25 patients still survived,the median follow-up time was 23.6 months,the longest survival was 45 months.Conclusion PKR-BT in the treatment of invasive bladder urothelial cancer patients is safe and effective,it can be used as one of the alternate treatment for such patients.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-676993


Seventy two diabetic subjects type Ⅱ were given konjac food for 65 days.The data analysed by multiple F-test indicated that the fasting blood glucosc(FBG), 2-h postprandial blood glucose (PBG) at the 30th and 65th day after consuming the food were significantly reduced (P = 0.001, P200mg%) decreased on the average by 51.8 and 84.6 mg% respectively, those with FBG-O 150-200 mg% by 24.1 and 68.7mg%, and those with FBG-0200 mg%).It could be concluded that konjac food was very useful in both prevention and treatment of hyperglycemia.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-676958


In the present article the effects of animal blood and liver on the status of iron nutrition in preschool children were studied.71 apparently normal children in a kindergarten, aged 3-7 years, were selected for feeding trial. All of them were undergone physical examination to verify the absence of hookworm infestation and chronic diseases, but having a bit lower hemoglobin concentration (Hb

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-549991


With food containing konjac flour, a 45-day-long feeding trial on 110 old people suffering from hyperlipidemia was conducted to observe the effect of konjac food on lipid metabolism of human beings.The konjac flour was from Amorphophallus konjac, a kind of traditional food, with trace protein and very low energy, but rich in dietary fibre composed mainly of gluco-mannan.The results obtained were as follows;1.After having konjac flour 5g/day as a supplement of their regular meal for 45 days, concentration of TG, TC and LDLC in the serum of the experimental subjects decreased significantly (P

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-549229


In the present work the relative biological availability (RBA) of iron in the blood and the liver paste of swine has been studied by means of the hemoglobin regeneration technique in chickens. One day-old chickens were first made anemic on a low iron basal diet for 3 weeks, and were then divided into groups to which basal diets with various iron levels (10, 20, 40 ppm Fe) from different iron sources (ferrous sulfate reference standard, whole blood meal of swine and liver paste of swine) were subsequently fed respectively.After 16 days on test diets hemoglobin levels and hematocrit values in the blood of the chickens were measured. The chickens were then sacrificed for measurement of the iron concentration in their livers.Regression lines of each iron source were fitted by plotting final hemo- globin concentrations against the corresponding iron concentrations of the diet fed. Let the slope of the regression line from ferrous sulfate be 100, (i.e. relative bioavailability of ferrous sulfate), the RBA of the other 3 iron sources was as follows; processed whole blood meal of swine was 90.2; raw blood meal of swine 64.6; and the live paste of swine 78.4; but the differences between any two of them are statistically non-significant; i.e. their effects on hemoglobin regeneration are of the same extent.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-549027


Although breast feeding has long been proved to be the best way tor infant feeding, for many reasons, however, the number of breast-fed infants were always fewer than those of artiticially or mixed fed ones either in urban or in rural, e.g. it was found that only 35.7% of infants aged 4 months in Shanghai were breast-fed in 1980. Therefore manufacturing some kinds of humanized milk for improving infant nutrition seems necessary.A humanized milk powder was manufactured in Hongyuan Powdered Milk Factory. For testing its suitability for infant nutrition, a feeding experiment in infants was conducted in our laboratory in spring 1982.75 healthy babies aged 1-5 months were equally randomly assigned into three groups, i. e. humanized milk group, breast feeding group, and cow's milk group. The other food supplements except the milks were same in all groups.All the babies were subjected to anthropometric examination and blood hemoglobin determination before and after the 3 months' experimental period.Experimental results showed that there was no significant difference between the three groups either in growth and development or in blood hemoglobin level.In addition, Hongyuan humanized milk powder was also found to be more digestible and acceptable for the majority of the tested infants.