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Conclusion : It was concluded that the specific threadlike and corpuscle-like structures corresponded to superficial Bonghan duct and corpuscle, respectively. Expert Panel Elicitation. Jensen, M. Scientists are now frequently in a situation where data cannot be easily assessed, since they may have conflicting or uncertain sources.
While expert judgment reflects private choices, it is possible both reduce the personal aspect as well as in crease confidence in the judgments by using formal protocols for choice and elicitation of experts. A full-scale elicitation made on seismicity following glaciation, now in its late phase and presented here in a preliminary form, illustrates the value of the technique and some essential issues in connection with the decision to launch such a project.
The results show an unusual low variation between the experts. Eliciting Sound Memories. Sensory experiences are often considered triggers of memory, most famously a little French cake dipped in lime blossom tea. Sense memory can also be evoked in public history research through techniques of elicitation. In this article I reflect on different social science methods for eliciting sound memories such as the use of sonic prompts, emplaced interviewing, and sound walks.
I include examples from my research on medical listening. The article considers the relevance of this work for the conduct of oral histories, arguing that such methods "break the frame," allowing room for collaborative research connections and insights into the otherwise unarticulatable. Roukens Guy ; A. Vossen Ann ; P. Bredenbeek Peter ; J. Visser Leo. An alternative route of administration with reduced amounts of vaccine but without loss of vaccine efficacy would boost vaccination programmes.
Methods and Findings:A randomized,. Elicited vs. We set up an experiment with pre-play communication to study the impact of promise elicitation by trustors from trustees on trust and trustworthiness. When given the opportunity a majority of trustors solicits a promise from the trustee. This drives up the promise making rate by trustees to almost. Validation of the cephalosporin intradermal skin test for predicting immediate hypersensitivity: a prospective study with drug challenge.
Cephalosporin is a major offending agent in terms of drug hypersensitivity along with penicillin. Cephalosporin intradermal skin tests IDTs have been widely used; however, their validity for predicting immediate hypersensitivity has not been studied.
This study aimed to determine the predictive value of cephalosporin intradermal skin testing before administration of the drug. We prospectively conducted IDTs with four cephalosporins, one each of selected first-, second-, third-, or fourth-generation cephalosporins: ceftezol; cefotetan or cefamandole; ceftriaxone or cefotaxime; and flomoxef, respectively, as well as with penicillin G.
After the skin test, whatever the result, one of the tested cephalosporins was administered intravenously and the patient was carefully observed. We recruited patients who required preoperative cephalosporins. However, none of responders had immediate hypersensitivity reactions after a challenge dose of the same or different cephalosporin, which were positive in the skin test.
Four patients who suffered generalized urticaria and itching after challenge gave negative skin tests for the corresponding drug. Routine skin testing with a cephalosporin before its administration is not useful for predicting immediate hypersensitivity because of the extremely low sensitivity and PPV of the skin test CRIS registration no.
Township Administered Roads. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources — This data set contains roadway centerlines for township administered roads found on the USGS , mapping series. In some areas, these roadways are current Severe acute caffeine poisoning due to intradermal injections: Mesotherapy hazard. Full Text Available Introduction. Caffeine is indicated in the treatment of migraine headaches, as well as neonatal apnea and bradycardia syndrome.
In mild poisoning, the most prevalent symptoms are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, tremor, anxiety and headache. In more severe cases, symptoms consist of heart rythym abnormalities, myocardial infarction and seizures. Due to its common lipolytic effect, caffeine is used in mesotherapy, usually in combination with drugs of similar effect. We presented a patient with acute iatrogenic caffeine poisoning. Case report. A year-old woman, with preexisting hypertension and hypertensive cardiomyopathy was subjected to cosmetic treatment in order to remove fat by intradermal caffeine injections.
During the treatment the patient felt sickness, an urge to vomit, and a pronounced deterioration of general condition. Upon examination, the patient exhibited somnolence, hypotension and nonsustained ventricular tachycardia, which was sufficient enough evidence for further hospitalization.
On admission to the intensive care unit the patient was anxious with increased heart rate, normotensive, with cold, damp skin, and visible traces of injection sites with surrounding hematomas on the anterior abdominal wall. Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia PSVT on electrocardiographic monitoring was found. The laboratory analysis determined a lowered potassium level of 2. On application of intensive therapy, antiarrhythmics, and substitution of potassium, as well as both symptomatic and supportive therapy, there was a significant recovery.
The patient was discharged without any sequele within four days. A presented rare iatrogenic acute caffeine poisoning occured due to massive absorption of caffeine from the. Severe acute caffeine poisoning due to intradermal injections: mesotherapy hazard. A presented rare iatrogenic acute caffeine poisoning occured due to massive absorption of caffeine from the subcutaneous adipose tissue into the circulation when injected.
University medical school in Japan. Further studies of the diagnostic significance and immunological mechanisms of this phenomenon are needed. For clinical application, especially during contact screening, QFT-G should be evaluated while keeping in mind the possible influence of prior PPD intradermal injection.
Intradermal invasive lobular carcinoma presenting: Not everything in the skin is benign. In this case report, the history and imaging of two patients with invasive lobular carcinoma ILC in the skin are presented, followed by a discussion of both benign and malignant intradermal findings on breast ultrasound.
Although the majority of dermal findings are benign, these cases are a reminder that malignancy can manifest within the skin. The purpose of presenting these cases together is to remind breast imagers of the importance of considering malignancy in the differential diagnosis of intradermal lesions on breast ultrasound, especially in special circumstances such as a personal history of breast cancer or associated clinical findings.
The effects of topical sodium cromoglicate on itch and flare in human skin induced by intradermal histamine: a randomised double-blind vehicle controlled intra-subject design trial. Full Text Available Abstract Background Itch is a prominent feature of many skin diseases, particularly atopic dermatitis and cutaneous mastocytosis.
Sodium cromoglicate SCG, a chromone developed for the treatment of allergic disease has been shown to reduce the severity of itch when applied topically to subjects with atopic dermatitis. The aim of this study was to investigate whether topical sodium cromoglicate can reduce the severity of itch induced by intradermal histamine. The skin was then challenged with intradermal histamine. There were no effects on wheal or blood flux. Conclusions Topically applied SCG, administered in a new cutaneous emulsion base, significantly reduced the itch and flare caused by intradermal histamine.
The effect was greatest in atopic subjects and increased with the concentration of SCG in the emulsion. Background Itch is a prominent feature of many skin diseases, particularly atopic dermatitis and cutaneous mastocytosis. Sodium cromoglicate SCG , a chromone developed for the treatment of allergic disease has been shown to reduce the severity of itch when applied topically to subjects with atopic dermatitis.
Ag coated microneedle based surface enhanced Raman scattering probe for intradermal measurements. Syndecan-1 is required to maintain intradermal fat and prevent cold stress. Full Text Available Homeostatic temperature regulation is fundamental to mammalian physiology and is controlled by acute and chronic responses of local, endocrine and nervous regulators. Here, we report that loss of the heparan sulfate proteoglycan, syndecan-1, causes a profoundly depleted intradermal fat layer, which provides crucial thermogenic insulation for mammals.
The metabolic phenotype in mutant mice, including reduced liver glycogen, is rescued by housing at thermoneutrality, suggesting that reduced insulation in cool temperatures underlies the observed phenotypes. We find that syndecan-1, which functions as a facultative lipoprotein uptake receptor, is required for adipocyte differentiation in vitro. Intradermal fat shows highly dynamic differentiation, continuously expanding and involuting in response to hair cycle and ambient temperature. This physiology probably confers a unique role for Sdc1 in this adipocyte sub-type.
Our study indicates that disruption of intradermal adipose tissue development results in cold stress and complex metabolic pathology. Immunogenicity to poliovirus type 2 following two doses of fractional intradermal inactivated poliovirus vaccine: A novel dose sparing immunization schedule.
The global removal of oral poliovirus type 2 was successfully implemented in May We conducted a literature review and contacted corresponding authors of recent studies with fractional-dose IPV fIPV , one-fifth of intramuscular dose administered intradermally , to conduct additional type 2 immunogenicity analyses of two fIPV doses compared with one full-dose IPV. In response to the current IPV shortage, a schedule of two fIPV doses at ages 6 and 14weekshas been endorsed by technical oversight committees and has been introduced in some affected countries.
Published by Elsevier Ltd. Cosmeceutical effect of ethyl acetate fraction of Kombucha tea by intradermal administration in the skin of aged mice. Natural ingredients have been always an interesting approach to prolong youthful appearance of skin.
One of the natural compounds is Kombucha tea KT , which has been mainly used as an energy drink in Asian countries for a long time. Previous reports indicated that it has pharmaceutical and favorable wound repairing effects. The beneficial properties of KT are thought to be mainly due to the presence of fermentation products such as flavonoids and other polyphenols with inhibition of hydrolytic and oxidative enzymes and anti-inflammatory effects.
These properties prompted us to study the anti-aging potential of KT and investigate its effective fraction in aged mice, METHODS: Kombucha tea was fractionated into chloroform, butanol, and ethyl acetate, and flavonoid content was determined. Young and old mice were used as control. KT ethyl acetate fraction KEAf , which had the highest flavonoid content, was intradermally administered to old mice.
No sensitivity or irritation was observed. This finding suggested that KEAf can be a suitable candidate as a cosmetic product to improve aging-related skin abnormalities and regeneration of aged skin. Constructive Preference Elicitation. Full Text Available When faced with large or complex decision problems, human decision makers DM can make costly mistakes, due to inherent limitations of their memory, attention, and knowledge.
Preference elicitation tools assist the decision maker in overcoming these limitations. Most state-of-the-art techniques, however, fail in constructive settings, where the goal is to synthesize a custom or entirely novel configuration rather than choosing the best option among a given set of candidates. Many wide-spread problems are constructive in nature: customizing composite goods such as cars and computers, bundling products, recommending touristic travel plans, designing apartments, buildings, or urban layouts, etc.
In these settings, the full set of outcomes is humongous and can not be explicitly enumerated, and the solution must be synthesized via constrained optimization. In this article, we describe recent approaches especially designed for constructive problems, outlining the underlying ideas and their differences as well as their limitations. Relative clauses have been implicated alternately as a strength and a weakness in the language of people with Williams Syndrome WS.
To clarify the facts, an elicited production test was administered to 10 people with WS age years , 10 typically developing children age years , and 12 typically developing adults. Nearly every WS…. Five volunteers were placebo recipients. No differences were seen between DNA vaccine groups.
Immunotherapy in viral warts with intradermal Bacillus Calmette—Guerin vaccine versus intradermal tuberculin purified protein derivative: A double-blind, randomized controlled trial comparing effectiveness and safety in a tertiary care center in Eastern India.
Conclusion: Both intradermal Bacillus Calmette—Guerin and tuberculin purified protein derivative hold promise in the treatment of viral warts. Bacillus Calmette—Guerin may be more effective, though it had more adverse events in our study.
Intradermal influenza vaccination of healthy adults using a new microinjection system: a 3-year randomised controlled safety and immunogenicity trial. Full Text Available Abstract Background Intradermal vaccination provides direct and potentially more efficient access to the immune system via specialised dendritic cells and draining lymphatic vessels. We investigated the immunogenicity and safety during 3 successive years of different dosages of a trivalent, inactivated, split-virion vaccine against seasonal influenza given intradermally using a microinjection system compared with an intramuscular control vaccine.
Methods In a randomised, partially blinded, controlled study, healthy volunteers aged 18 to 57 years at enrolment received three annual vaccinations of intradermal or intramuscular vaccine. Randomisation lists in Year 1 were stratified for site. Randomisation lists in Years 2 and 3 were stratified for site and by vaccine received in previous years to ensure the inclusion of a comparable number of subjects in a vaccine group at each centre each year. Immunogenicity was assessed 21 days after each vaccination.
Safety was assessed throughout the study. Safety of the intradermal and intramuscular vaccinations was comparable in each year of the study. Injection site erythema and swelling was more common with the intradermal route. To report on changes in sensitivity to mold allergens determined by changes in intradermal skin testing reactivity, after exposure to two severe hurricanes.
A random, retrospective allergy charts review divided into 2 groups of patients each: Group A, patients tested between and prior to hurricanes, and Group B, patients tested in and following hurricanes. Reactivity to eighteen molds was determined by intradermal skin testing. Test results, age, and respiratory symptoms were recorded. Posthurricane patients had This supports climatologists' hypothesis that environmental changes resulting from hurricanes can be a health risk as reflected in increased allergic sensitivities and symptoms and has significant implications for physicians treating patients from affected areas.
Muzzle imprint mark: a patterned injury which may be constituted of intradermal blood extravasations. The muzzle imprint mark in contact shots is usually regarded as a patterned pressure abrasion depicting the barrel end as well as adjacent constructional components of the weapon. Due to parching after exposure to air, the affected skin assumes a brown color, especially along the contours of the impacting structures.
Apart from this well-known type of epidermal damage, the imprint mark may also be formed by intradermal hemorrhages. In some cases, these intracutaneous bleedings manifest themselves as circular, curved or straight reddish lines mirroring the surface relief of the weapon's muzzle end. To estimate the frequency of skin hematomas in muzzle imprints, 35 consecutive contact shots to the head temple, forehead, submental and occipital region were evaluated. In 3 cases, the muzzle imprint mark exclusively consisted of intracutaneous bruises surrounding the bullet entrance hole.
In 14 cases, the muzzle imprint was composed of both excoriations and intradermal hematomas. Tattooing has been utilized by the medical community for precisely demarcating anatomic landmarks. This practice is especially important for identifying biopsy sites of nonmelanoma skin cancer NMSC due to the long interval i.
Commercially available tattoo pigments possess several issues, which include causing poor cosmesis, being mistaken for a melanocytic lesion, requiring additional removal procedures when no longer desired, and potentially inducing inflammatory responses. The ideal tattoo pigment for labeling of skin biopsy sites for NMSC requires i invisibility under ambient light, ii fluorescence under a selective light source, iii a finite intradermal retention time ca.
Herein, we introduce cross-linked fluorescent supramolecular nanoparticles c-FSNPs as a "finite tattoo" pigment, with optimized photophysical properties and intradermal retention time to achieve successful in vivo finite tattooing. Fluorescent supramolecular nanoparticles encapsulate a fluorescent conjugated polymer, poly[5-methoxy 3-sulfopropoxy -1,4-phenylenevinylene] MPS-PPV , into a core via a supramolecular synthetic approach. The nm sized c-FSNPs display an ideal intradermal retention time ca.
In addition, the c-FSNPs induce undetectable inflammatory responses after tattooing. Wide variations in the types of pain and response to analgesic pharmacotherapy mean that a variety of treatment strategies are needed. One approach is mesotherapy intradermal therapy.
This consists of microinjections into the skin and is ideally suited to the management of localized pain. Advantages include increasing the duration of drug activity, reduced risk of adverse events and interactions, and possible synergy with other therapies. Mesotherapy provides general practitioners with anot Kinetics of Leptospira interrogans infection in hamsters after intradermal and subcutaneous challenge. Full Text Available Leptospirosis is a zoonosis caused by highly motile, helically shaped bacteria that penetrate the skin and mucous membranes through lesions or abrasions, and rapidly disseminate throughout the body.
Although the intraperitoneal route of infection is widely used to experimentally inoculate hamsters, this challenge route does not represent a natural route of infection. Here we describe the kinetics of disease and infection in hamster model of leptospirosis after subcutaneous and intradermal inoculation of Leptospira interrogans serovar Copenhageni, strain Fiocruz L Histopathologic changes in and around the kidney, including glomerular and tubular damage and interstitial inflammatory changes, began on day 5, and preceded deterioration in renal function as measured by serum creatinine.
Weight loss, hemoconcentration, increased absolute neutrophil counts ANC in the blood and hepatic dysfunction were first noted on day 6. Vascular endothelial growth factor, a serum marker of sepsis severity, became elevated during the later stages of infection. The burden of infection, as measured by quantitative PCR, was highest in the kidney and peaked on day 5 after intradermal challenge and on day 6 after subcutaneous challenge.
Compared to subcutaneous challenge, intradermal challenge resulted in a lower burden of infection in both the kidney and liver on day 6, lower ANC and less weight loss on day 7. The intradermal and subcutaneous challenge routes result in significant differences in the kinetics of dissemination and disease after challenge with L. These results provide new information regarding infection kinetics in the hamster model of leptospirosis. Intradermal injection of PPD as a novel approach of immunotherapy in anogenital warts in pregnant women.
Immunotherapy for treatment of recalcitrant warts was used through different modalities including intralesional injection of purified protein derivative PPD , which is an extract of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, used for testing exposure to tuberculin protein, either from a previous vaccination or from the environment.
This method is used to evaluate the efficacy of a new approach of intradermal injection of PPD in the treatment of anogenital warts in pregnant women. A total of 40 pregnant women, aged years, and presented with anogenital warts were enrolled in this study.
The patients were treated with weekly injections of PPD given intradermally in the forearms, and evaluated for the response regularly. HPV type-6 was the predominant genotype Nineteen Three 7. Side effects were minimal and insignificant.
Treatment of anogenital warts in pregnant women with intradermal injection of PPD was found to be a unique, safe, and effective modality of immunotherapy. Interrupted or continuous- intradermal suturing? Statistical analysis of postoperative scars. Full Text Available Background and Design: Postoperative scar development is an important problem for patients treated in plastic surgery clinics. Most patients think that continuous intradermal suturing is superior to interrupted suturing because they assume that it creates less scarring.
We evaluated scars that form following intradermal and interrupted suturing. This article presents our controlled study that objectively compared the scars on patients' faces using a wound evaluation scale. Materials and Methods: Thirty-five patients, who had undergone operations on the bilateral cheeks, were included in this study.
Thirty patients were female; five patients were male. Their mean age was The average scar evaluation time after surgery was 9. Elliptical excisions were made on the lesions under local anesthesia. The left cheek incisions were sutured with same sutures using the interrupted suturing method. Results: The patients were evaluated 7—11 months after operation mean: 9.
A Related Samples T-test was used for statistical evaluation of the differences between the suturing techniques. Conclusion: We found no differences in scar formation between the two frequently used suturing techniques studied here. We believe that the suturing technique is a less important determinant of scar formation than are other factors.
Effect of intradermal human recombinant copper-zinc superoxide dismutase on random pattern flaps in rats. Studies have focused on enhancing flap viability using superoxide dismutase SOD , but only a few used SOD from human origin, and most gave the compound systemically.
We evaluated the ability of SOD to improve random skin flap survival using human recombinant copper-zinc superoxide dismutase Hr-CuZnSOD in variable doses, injected intradermally into the flap. Seventy male Sprague Dawley rats were randomly assigned into 4 groups.
Cephalic random pattern flaps were elevated on their backs and intradermal injections of different dosages of Hr-CuZnSOD were given 15 minutes before surgery. Flap survival was evaluated by fluorescein fluorescence. Flap survival in all treated groups was significantly better than in the controls. Effect analysis of intradermal hyaluronic acid injection to treat enlarged facial pores. To investigate the clinical application and efficacy of intradermal injection of low molecular weight hyaluronic acid LMW-HA for treating enlarged facial pores.
From January to May , 42 subjects who sought aesthetic treatment underwent intradermal injection of LMW-HA to improve enlarged facial pores. For each treatment, 2. The treatment was repeated times with an interval of 1 to 1. Statistical analysis was used to compare the degree of enlargement of facial pores before and after injection. The clinical efficacy and adverse effects were recorded. The enlarged facial pores before and after treatment were categorized and subjected to the Wilcoxon matched-pairs signed-rank test.
The difference was statistically significant Pinjection sites in the subjects who sought aesthetic treatment. The overall satisfaction rate was Intradermal injection of LMW-HA can significantly improve skin texture, reduce pore size, and enhance skin radiance. The injection technique was simple, safe, and effective and could easily be extended to clinical practice. Immune response in domestic ducks following intradermal delivery of inactivated vaccine against H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus adjuvanted with oligodeoxynucleotides containing CpG motifs.
Ducks are a natural reservoir for H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza HPAI viruses, which produces a range of clinical outcomes from asymptomatic infections to severe disease with mortality. Vaccination against HPAI is one of the few methods available for controlling avian influenza virus AIV infection in domestic ducks; therefore, it is necessary to improve vaccine efficacy against HPAI in domestic ducks.
However, few studies have focused on enhancing the immune response by testing alternative administration routes and adjuvants. While attempting to maximize the efficacy of a vaccine, it is important to select an appropriate vaccine delivery route and adjuvant to elicit an enhanced immune response. Although several studies have indicated that the vaccination of ducks against HPAI viruses has offered protection against lethal virus challenge, the immunogenicity of the vaccine still requires improvement.
In this study, we characterized the immune response following a novel vaccination strategy against H5N1 HPAI virus in domestic ducks. Our novel intradermal delivery system and the application of the cytosine-phosphodiester-guanine CpG oligodeoxynucleotide ODN adjuvant allowed us to obtain information regarding the sustained vaccine immunity. Compared with the intramuscular route of vaccination, the intradermal route resulted in higher antibody titer as well as lower antibody deviation following secondary vaccination.
Furthermore, when a high dose of antigen was used, the CpG-ODN-adjuvanted vaccine maintained a high mean antibody titer. This data demonstrates that intradermal immunization combined with administration of CpG-ODN as an adjuvant may be a promising strategy for improving vaccine efficacy in domestic ducks. The comparative performance of the single intradermal test and the single intradermal comparative tuberculin test in Irish cattle, using tuberculin PPD combinations of differing potencies.
In national bovine tuberculosis BTB control programmes, testing is generally conducted using a single source of bovine purified protein derivative PPD tuberculin. Alternative tuberculin sources should be identified as part of a broad risk management strategy as problems of supply or quality cannot be discounted. This study was conducted to compare the impact of different potencies of a single bovine PPD tuberculin on the field performance of the single intradermal comparative tuberculin test SICTT and single intradermal test SIT.
Test results were compared based on reactor-status and changes in skin-thickness at the bovine tuberculin injection site. There was a significant difference in the number of reactors detected using the high and low potency tuberculins. Tuberculin of different potencies will affect reactor disclosure rates, confounding between-year or between-country comparisons. Independent checks of tuberculin potency are an important aspect of quality control in national BTB control programmes.
Elicitation of ostomy pouch preferences. Background: Previous studies about patients who have undergone ostomy surgery commonly address the issues of the surgery, complications, preoperative counseling, quality of life, and psychosocial changes following surgery. Only a limited number of studies deal with how technical improvements Objective: This article examines and measures Swedish patients' preferences for potential improvements The theory, study design, elicitation procedure, and resulting preference structure of the sample is described.
Methods: A discrete-choice experiment DCE was used to elicit preferences. Respondents were asked to choose between alternatives in choice sets, in which each Full Text Available Intradermal delivery of antigens for vaccination is a very attractive approach since the skin provides a rich network of antigen presenting cells, which aid in stimulating an immune response.
Hence, our group has devised zinc oxide ZnO nano-rods for non-destructive drug delivery. Chemical vapour deposition was used to fabricate aligned nano-rods on ZnO pre-coated silicon chips. Fluorescence and confocal studies on the skin samples showed FITC penetration through the skin along the channels formed by the nano-rods.
Bradford protein assay on the collected fluid samples indicated a significant quantity of Albumin-FITC in the first 12 h. Nonetheless, due to the reduced dimensions of the nano-rods, our device offers the additional advantage of excluding the simultaneous entrance of microbial pathogens. Taken together, these results showed that ZnO nano-rods hold the potential for a safe, non-invasive, and painless intradermal drug delivery. The nano-rods' length and diameter were found to depend on the temperature, time, quality of sputtered silicon chips, etc.
Field study on the safety and efficacy of intradermal versus intramuscular vaccination against Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae. The present study compares the safety and efficacy of a needle-free, intradermal Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae vaccine to an intramuscular one. As safety parameters clinical observations, local injection site reactions ISR and rectal temperatures were assessed. ISRs were minor in V1. After both vaccinations, no adverse impact on appetite was observed and mean rectal temperatures remained within physiological range.
ADWG during the fattening period was significantly higher in vaccinated groups V1: Vaccinated pigs had a significantly reduced mean extent of LL compared with CG. V1 was superior in reducing the extent and prevalence of LL compared with V2. These results reveal that a needle-free intradermal vaccination is safe and efficacious in reducing both the prevalence and extent of lung lesions, as well as in improving performance parameters, in a farrow-to-finish farm with a late onset of M hyopneumonia e infection.
No commercial use is permitted unless otherwise expressly granted. Mesotherapy provides general practitioners with another tool for the treatment of local pain. However, it is important to provide patients with full details of the pros and cons of this approach and obtain informed patient consent.
Full Text Available New vaccine design approaches would be greatly facilitated by a better understanding of the early systemic changes, and those that occur at the site of injection, responsible for the installation of a durable and oriented protective response.
We performed a detailed characterization of very early infection and host response events following the intradermal administration of the modified vaccinia virus Ankara as a live attenuated vaccine model in non-human primates. We also observed a rapid and transient granulocyte recruitment and the release of IL-6 and IL-1RA, followed by a persistent phase involving inflammatory monocytes. This systemic inflammation was confirmed by molecular signatures, such as upregulations of IL-6 and TNF pathways and acute phase response signaling.
Such comprehensive approaches improve our understanding of the spatiotemporal orchestration of vaccine- elicited immune response, in a live-attenuated vaccine model, and thus contribute to rational vaccine development. Elicitation threshold of cobalt chloride. Sequential treatment with intradermal incision intracision and 2,nm Er:YAG laser for chicken pox scars. Boxcar scars, such as chicken pox scars, are round to oval depressions with sharply defined vertical edges.
Subcision is a simple and safe procedure for treatment of atrophic and depressed scars, but boxcar scars are generally not eliminated by subcision. Intradermal incision technique intracision can treat chicken pox scars by untethering fibrotic strands, raising collagen synthesis, and having additional intradermal blood pocket formation. We have found that chicken pox scars further improve when intracision is followed by laser skin resurfacing. To develop a new intradermal antigen delivery system by coating microneedle arrays with lipid bilayer-coated, antigen-loaded mesoporous silica nanoparticles LB-MSN-OVA.
Microneedle arrays coated with LB-MSN-OVA were successfully developed and shown to be suitable for intradermal delivery of the encapsulated protein antigen. Skin reactions to human papillomavirus HPV 16 specific antigens intradermally injected in healthy subjects and patients with cervical neoplasia. Rob P. We have tested the safety and feasibility of a synthetic long peptide-based HPVspecific skin test to detect cellular immune responses to HPV16 E2, E6 and E7 in vivo.
Vial usage, device dead space, vaccine wastage, and dose accuracy of intradermal delivery devices for inactivated poliovirus vaccine IPV. Intradermal delivery of a fractional dose of inactivated poliovirus vaccine IPV offers potential benefits compared to intramuscular IM delivery, including possible cost reductions and easing of IPV supply shortages.
Objectives of this study were to assess intradermal delivery devices for dead space, wastage generated by the filling process, dose accuracy, and total number of doses that can be delivered per vial. Devices tested included syringes with staked fixed needles autodisable syringes and syringes used with intradermal adapters , a luer-slip needle and syringe, a mini-needle syringe, a hollow microneedle device, and disposable-syringe jet injectors with their associated filling adapters.
Each device was used to withdraw 0. Both vial and device were weighed before and after filling and again after expulsion of liquid to record change in volume at each stage of the process. Data were used to calculate the number of doses that could potentially be obtained from multidose vials. Results show wide variability in dead space, dose accuracy, overall wastage, and total number of doses that can be obtained per vial among intradermal delivery devices.
Syringes with staked needles had relatively low dead space and low overall wastage, and could achieve a greater number of doses per vial compared to syringes with a detachable luer-slip needle. Of the disposable-syringe jet injectors tested, one was comparable to syringes with staked needles. If intradermal delivery of IPV is introduced, selection of an intradermal delivery device can have a substantial impact on vaccine wasted during administration, and thus on the required quantity of vaccine that needs to be purchased.
An ideal intradermal delivery device should be not only safe, reliable, accurate, and acceptable to users and vaccine recipients, but should also have low dead space, high dose accuracy, and low overall. A potential relationship between skin hydration and stamp-type microneedle intradermal hyaluronic acid injection in middle-aged male face.
There is an increasing interest in skin rejuvenation using hyaluronic acid HA fillers beyond the improvement of deep wrinkles and volume deficiencies, which have been primary research foci in the past. We conducted a pilot study using a sample of six middle-aged male subjects. Using an automatic intradermal injector with 0. We administered injections of HA for a total of three sessions per subject at 2-week intervals and evaluated the results using a corneometer, TEWL, cutometer, measures of patient satisfaction, and the global aesthetic improvement scale GAIS.
Corneometer values increased steadily at each measurement, while the average value of TEWL increased in comparison with baseline after each application of the procedure. However, values returned to readings similar to those at 4 weeks after complete termination of the procedures. Cutometer values differed between the baseline and after procedures. All patients were assessed as "very much improved" or "much improved" according to GAIS, and all were pleased with the outcomes of treatment in terms of the enhancement of moisture, elasticity, and brightness.
Intradermal capsaicin as a neuropathic pain model in patients with unilateral sciatica. AIM This study compared the responses between patients with unilateral sciatica and pain-free volunteers following administration of intradermal capsaicin. For each dose, spontaneous pain 10 cm VAS , area of flare cm2 and the sum of allodynia and hyperalgesia radii across eight axes cm were recorded pre-injection and at 5, 15, 30, 45 and 60 min post injection.
RESULTS Sciatica subjects experienced higher spontaneous pain and hyperalgesia responses in both legs compared with pain-free volunteers. The largest mean difference in spontaneous pain was 2. The largest mean difference in hyperalgesia was Allodynia was greater in patients than in controls with the largest mean difference of 2. Allodynia was also higher in the affected leg compared with the unaffected leg in sciatica patients with the highest mean difference of 3.
False-negative reactions to the comparative intradermal tuberculin test for bovine tuberculosis. The latter is also used as a confirmatory test. A group of 53 animals from three dairy herds in a focal area for bovine tuberculosis, that were submitted to depopulation in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, were submitted to the CITT. Among the 53 animals analyzed using the CITT, 32 Among the total of 14 uninfected animals based on cultures, the CBT detected eight as negative.
Thus, the CITT demonstrated sensitivity of The maintenance of these false-negative animals in herds has serious implications for the control of the disease, since they can be a source of infection. The addition of complementary tests could help identify such animals and increase the odds of diagnostic success. Emotion Eliciting in Affective Design. The fundamental affective design principle also applies to assistive product design. This paper outl To form a closed loop reflective model, the emotion response from the user is assessed with an emotion assessment tool.
Emotion ontology is established to form the backbone of the emotion assessment tool Schneider, Laura P. However, it is not useful as a vaccine adjuvant due to its toxicity. Eliciting Spill: A methodological note. Full Text Available Classic grounded theory is an inductive process that focuses on the experiences and perceptions of research participants Glaser, , Although grounded theorists may utilize other types of data, most are likely to gather information through qualitative interviews.
The theorist seeks to understand what is going on as people resolve their main concern in a given substantive area. People know what is important to them and most want to tell their stories. They feel encouraged to talk when they recognize that their stories are valued. Once the informant realizes that he or she is being heard, the story flows. But, as easy as this seems, the researcher must overcome certain positivist tendencies to allow this to happen.
Rather than asking a list of pre-planned questions, the grounded theorist will try to develop one question that will trigger the telling of a story. Eliciting spill requires a deliberate process that employs a deep understanding of the fundamentals of classic grounded theory. Immune response and reactogenicity of intradermal administration versus subcutaneous administration of varicella-zoster virus vaccine: an exploratory, randomised, partly blinded trial.
The licensed live, attenuated varicella-zoster virus vaccine prevents herpes zoster in adults older than 50 years. We aimed to determine whether intradermal administration of zoster vaccine could enhance vaccine immunogenicity compared with conventional needle subcutaneous administration. In this randomised, dose-ranging study, adults aged 50 years or older who had a history of varicella or who had resided in a country with endemic varicella-zoster virus infection for 30 years or more were eligible.
The primary immunogenicity endpoint was the change from baseline in IgG antibody to varicella-zoster virus-specific glycoproteins gpELISA measured at 6 weeks. All patients were included in the primary and safety analyses. This study is registered with ClinicalTrials. The clinical distinction between basal cell carcinoma BCC and intradermal melanocytic nevus lesions on the face can be difficult, particularly in young patients or patients with multiple nevi.
Dermoscopy is a useful tool for analyzing characteristic dermoscopic features of BCC, such as cartwheel structures, maple leaf-like areas, blue-gray nests and dots, and ulceration. It also reveals arborizing telangiectatic vessels and prominent curved vessels, which are typical of BCC, and comma vessels, which are typical of intradermal melanocytic nevi. It is, however, not always easy to distinguish between these 2 conditions, even when dermoscopy is used. We describe 2 facial lesions that posed a clinical and dermoscopic challenge in two year-old patients; confocal microscopy showed separation between tumor nests and stroma and polarized nuclei, which are confocal microscopy features of basal cell carcinoma.
Protein phosphatase 2A regulates central sensitization in the spinal cord of rats following intradermal injection of capsaicin. Full Text Available Abstract Background Intradermal injection of capsaicin into the hind paw of rats induces spinal cord central sensititzation, a process in which the responsiveness of central nociceptive neurons is amplified. In central sensitization, many signal transduction pathways composed of several cascades of intracellular enzymes are involved.
As the phosphorylation state of neuronal proteins is strictly controlled and balanced by the opposing activities of protein kinases and phosphatases, the involvement of phosphatases in these events needs to be investigated. Results In experiment 1, the expression of PP2A protein in rat spinal cord at different time points following capsaicin or vehicle injection was examined using the Western blot method. In experiment 2, an inhibitor of PP2A okadaic acid, 20 nM or fostriecin, 30 nM was injected into the subarachnoid space of the spinal cord, and the spontaneous exploratory activity of the rats before and after capsaicin injection was recorded with an automated photobeam activity system.
The results showed that PP2A protein expression in the spinal cord was significantly upregulated following intradermal injection of capsaicin in rats. Capsaicin injection caused a significant decrease in exploratory activity of the rats. Thirty minutes after the injection, this decrease in activity had partly recovered.
Infusion of a phosphatase inhibitor into the spinal cord intrathecal space enhanced the central sensitization induced by capsaicin by making the decrease in movement last longer. Conclusion These findings indicate that PP2A plays an important role in the cellular mechanisms of spinal cord central sensitization induced by intradermal injection of capsaicin in rats, which may have implications in. Hollow agarose microneedle with silver coating for intradermal surface-enhanced Raman measurements: a skin-mimicking phantom study.
Human intradermal components contain important clinical information beneficial to the field of immunology and disease diagnosis. Although microneedles have shown great potential to act as probes to break the human skin barrier for the minimally invasive measurement of intradermal components, metal microneedles that include stainless steel could cause the following problems: 1 sharp waste production, and 2 contamination due to reuse of microneedles especially in developing regions.
In this study, we fabricate agarose microneedles coated with a layer of silver Ag and demonstrate their use as a probe for the realization of intradermal surface-enhanced Raman scattering measurements in a set of skin-mimicking phantoms. The Ag-coated agarose microneedle quantifies a range of glucose concentrations from 5 to mM inside the skin phantoms with a root-mean-square error of 5. The needle is found enlarged by The shape-changing capability of this agarose microneedle ensures that the reuse of these microneedles is impossible, thus avoiding sharp waste production and preventing needle contamination, which shows the great potential for safe and effective needle-based measurements.
Repetitive intradermal bleomycin injections evoke T-helper cell 2 cytokine-driven pulmonary fibrosis. IL-4 and IL are major T-helper cell Th 2 cytokines implicated in the pathogenesis of several lung diseases, including pulmonary fibrosis. In this study, using a novel repetitive intradermal bleomycin model in which mice develop extensive lung fibrosis and a progressive decline in lung function compared with saline-treated control mice, we investigated profibrotic functions of Th2 cytokines.
Notably, our findings demonstrated that ILdriven migration involves increased phospho-focal adhesion kinase signaling and F-actin polymerization. Importantly, in vivo findings demonstrated that IL augments matrix metalloproteinase MMP -2 and MMP9 activity that has also been shown to increase migration and invasiveness of fibroblasts in the lungs during bleomycin-induced pulmonary fibrosis. Together, our findings demonstrate a pathogenic role for Th2-cytokine signaling that includes excessive migration and protease activity involved in severe fibrotic lung disease.
A blanching technique for intradermal injection of the hyaluronic acid Belotero. With the proliferation of dermal fillers in the aesthetic workplace have come instructions from various manufacturers regarding dermal placement. Determination of injection needle location in the dermis has in large part been based on physician expertise, product and needle familiarity, and patient-specific skin characteristics.
An understanding of the precise depth of dermal structures may help practitioners improve injection specificity. Unlike other dermal fillers that suggest intradermal and deep dermal injection planes, a new hyaluronic acid with a cohesive polydensified matrix may be more appropriate for the superficial dermis because of its structure and its high degree of integration into the dermis.
To that end, the authors designed a small study to quantify the depth of the superficial dermis by means of ultrasound and histology. Using ultrasound resources, the authors determined the depths of the epidermis, the dermis, and the reticular dermis in the buttocks of six patients; the authors then extrapolated the depth of the superficial reticular dermis.
Histologic studies of two of the patients showed full integration of the product in the reticular dermis. Following determination of injection depths and filler integration, the authors describe a technique "blanching" for injection of the cohesive polydensified matrix hyaluronic acid into the superficial dermis. At this time, blanching is appropriate only for injection of the cohesive polydensified matrix hyaluronic acid known as Belotero Balance in the United States, although it may have applications for other hyaluronic acid products outside of the United States.
Intradermal therapy mesotherapy for the treatment of acute pain in carpal tunnel syndrome: a preliminary study. The carpal tunnel syndrome CTS is the most common cause of severe hand pain. In this study we treated acute pain in CTS patients by means of local intradermal injections of anti-inflammatory drugs mesotherapy.
In twenty-five patients forty-five hands , CTS diagnosis was confirmed by clinical and neurophysiological examination prior to mesotherapy. A mixture containing lidocaine 10 mg, ketoprophen lysine-acetylsalycilate 80 mg, xantinol nicotinate mg, cyanocobalamine 1, mcg plus injectable water was used. Sites of injection were three parallel lines above the transverse carpal ligament and two v-shaped lines, one at the base of the thenar eminence, and the other at the base of the hypothenar eminence.
The day after the treatment, all but four patients reported a significant reduction in pain and paresthesias. After 12 months, 17 patients had a complete pain relief, eight patients reported recurrence of pain and sensory symptoms and four out of them underwent surgical treatment. With the obvious limits of a small-size open-label study, our results suggest that mesotherapy can temporary relieve pain and paresthesias in most CTS patients and in some cases its effect seems to be long-lasting.
Further controlled studies are needed to confirm our preliminary findings and to compare mesotherapy to conventional approaches for the treatment of CTS. Tissue expansion and fluid absorption by skin tissue following intradermal injections through hollow microneedles.
Hollow microneedles provide a promising alternative to conventional drug delivery techniques due to improved patient compliance and the dose sparing effect. The dynamics of fluid injected through hollow microneedles into skin, which is a heterogeneous and deformable porous medium, have not been investigated extensively in the past.
We have introduced the use of Optical Coherence Tomography OCT for real-time visualization of fluid injections into excised porcine tissue. The injected fluid expands the underlying tissue and causes the external free surface of the skin to rise, forming a characteristic intradermal wheal. We have used OCT to visualize the evolution of tissue and free surface deformation, and advancement of the boundary between regions of expanding and stationary tissue.
We will show the effect of different injection parameters such as fluid pressure, viscosity and microneedle retraction on the injected volume. The strong immunogenicity induction is the powerful weapon to prevent the virus infections. This study demonstrated that one-step synthesis of DNA polyplex vaccine in microneedle MN patches can induce high immunogenicity through intradermal vaccination and increase the vaccine stability for storage outside the cold chain.
Our data in this study support the safety and immunogenicity of the MN-based vaccine; the MN patch delivery system induced an immune response 3. We think this study is significant to public health because there is a pressing need for an effective vaccination in developing countries.
Efficacy and safety of a new intradermal PCV2 vaccine in pigs. In both the onset of immunity and duration of immunity challenge studies with PCV2 or M. In two field trials on two different farms where both PCV2 and M. In this paper we document our needs elicitation process in a relevant example as a method story, and present our findings and reflections on this as the key
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However, most moles develop during childhood and adolescence. This is known as an acquired nevus. Moles can also develop later in life as a result of sun exposure. There are many types of nevi. Some of them are harmless and others more serious. Read on to learn about the different types and how to know whether you should get one checked out by your doctor.
They vary in color, shape, and consistency. Some congenital nevi cover large areas of your body. You can be born with them, but most people develop them later in childhood. Common nevi can be flat or dome-shaped and may appear pink, tan, or brown. Dysplastic nevus is another name for an atypical mole.
These moles are benign noncancerous but often resemble melanoma. They may feature different colors, appear asymmetrical, or have odd borders. People with dysplastic nevi are at higher risk of developing melanoma. A blue nevus is a blue-colored mole that can be congenital or acquired.
A common blue nevus may appear flat or dome-shaped with a color ranging from blue-grey to blue-black. Blue nevi are commonly found in people of Asian descent. A Miescher nevus is a brownish or skin-colored, dome-shaped mole that commonly appears on your face or neck. Unna nevi are soft, brownish moles that resemble Miescher nevi. An Unna nevus may resemble a raspberry. Meyerson nevi are moles surrounded by a small ring of eczema , which is an itchy, red rash.
They can appear on your skin regardless of whether you have a history of eczema. Meyerson nevi affect men nearly three times as often as women. Most develop around age A halo nevus is a mole with a white ring of unpigmented skin around it. Over time, the mole in the center begins to fade from brown to pink before disappearing entirely.
A Spitz nevus is a raised, pink, dome-shaped mole that typically appears before age Spitz nevi can have different color. They may also bleed or ooze. This can make them hard to distinguish from a melanoma. A Reed nevus is a dark brown or black, raised, dome-shaped mole that most often affects women.
These moles can grow quickly and may be mistaken for melanoma. An agminated nevus refers to a cluster of similar moles located on one area of your body. These groups of similar-looking moles can vary in appearance and type. This is the only way to confirm or rule out skin cancer.
Most nevi are removed with either a shave or excisional biopsy. Your doctor will likely recommend doing an excisional biopsy for cancerous nevi to make sure that they remove everything. Learn more about removing moles, including when you can do it at home. Try to get in the habit of examining your skin once a month. You can also check out our guide to screening yourself for skin cancer. Doctors have a developed a system known as the ABCDE method to help people identify signs of skin cancer.
You can keep track of your existing moles and changes by using this body map and chart from the American Academy of Dermatology.
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