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    • Association of oxidative stress markers and C-reactive protein with multidimensional indexes in COPD 

      Folchini, F. [UNIFESP]; Nonato, N. L. [UNIFESP]; Feofiloff, E. [UNIFESP]; D'Almeida, V. [UNIFESP]; Nascimento, O. [UNIFESP]; Jardim, J. R. [UNIFESP] (Sage Publications Ltd, 2011-05-01)
      To evaluate the oxidative stress and the C-reactive protein (CRP) in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients and their correlation between the severity of the disease according to GOLD criteria and multidimensional ...

    • Cerebrospinal fluid GABA levels in chronic migraine with and without depression 

      Vieira, DSS; Naffah-Mazacoratti, M. G.; Zukerman, E.; Soares, CAS; Alonso, E. O.; Faulhaber, MHW; Cavalheiro, E. A.; Peres, MFP (Elsevier B.V., 2006-05-23)
      Psychiatric comorbidity is one of the key elements in chronic migraine (CM) management. Depression is particularly common in these patients, occurring in up to 85%. Preclinical studies have suggested that gamma-aminobutyric ...

    • Functional impact of exercise pulmonary hypertension in patients with borderline resting pulmonary arterial pressure 

      Oliveira, Rudolf K. F. [UNIFESP]; Faria-Urbina, Mariana; Maron, Bradley A.; Santos, Mario; Waxman, Aaron B.; Systrom, David M. (Sage Publications Inc, 2017)
      Borderline resting mean pulmonary arterial pressure (mPAP) is associated with adverse outcomes and affects the exercise pulmonary vascular response. However, the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying exertional intolerance ...

    • The Impact of Heterozygous KCNK3 Mutations Associated With Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension on Channel Function and Pharmacological Recovery 

      Bohnen, Michael S.; Roman-Campos, Danilo; Terrenoire, Cecile [UNIFESP]; Jnani, Jack; Sampson, Kevin J.; Chung, Wendy K.; Kass, Robert S. (Wiley, 2017)
      Background-Heterozygous loss of function mutations in the KCNK3 gene cause hereditary pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). KCNK3 encodes an acid-sensitive potassium channel, which contributes to the resting potential of ...

    • Nutritional management of regurgitation in infants 

      Vandenplas, Yvan; Lifshitz, Jere Ziffer; Orenstein, Susan; Lifschitz, Carlos H.; Shepherd, Ross W.; Casaubon, Pablo R.; Muinos, William I.; Fagundes-Neto, Ulysses [UNIFESP]; Aranda, José A Garcia; Gentles, Myrna; Santiago, José D.; Vanderhoof, Jon; Yeung, Chap Yung; Moran, J Roberto; Lifshitz, Fima (Amer College Nutrition, 1998-08-01)
      Infantile regurgitation is a frequently occurring problem. Throughout the world, anxious parents are imploring physicians to eliminate their infant's regurgitation. General practitioners, pediatricians and pediatric ...

    • Update on diagnosis and monitoring of cystic fibrosis-related diabetes mellitus (CFRD) 

      Noronha, Renata Maria de; Calliari, Luis Eduardo Procopio [UNIFESP]; Damaceno, Neiva; Muramatu, Lucia Harumi; Monte, Osmar (Sbem-soc Brasil Endocrinologia & Metabologia, 2011-11-01)
      Cystic fibrosis (CF) is the most common recessive autosomal disease among Caucasian. Children with CF have benefitted from advances in medical and nutritional treatments, and this can be gleaned from the improvement in the ...

    • Urinary 6-Sulphatoxymelatonin Levels Are Depressed in Chronic Migraine and Several Comorbidities 

      Masruha, Marcelo R. [UNIFESP]; Lin, Jaime [UNIFESP]; Souza Vieira, Domingos S. de; Minett, Thais S. C. [UNIFESP]; Cipolla-Neto, Jose; Zukerman, Eliova; Vilanova, Luiz C. P. [UNIFESP]; Peres, Mario F. P. [UNIFESP] (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010-03-01)
      Objective.-To assess urinary 6-sulphatoxymelatonin levels in a large consecutive series of patients with migraine and several comorbidities (chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, insomnia, anxiety, and depression) as compared ...