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Case Series
Published On: April 3, 2020

Hyperbaric Medicine, Evidence-Based Science

Fabian A, Paula V, Reyes P, Harold Palmera P and Erik Muñoz R*
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy was born in the 1600s, when Clergyman Henshaw, a physiologist, who suggests that by increasing the pressure of the air consumed, he would be able to relieve acutetype lesions and, by decreasing it, could improve pathologies of chronic type, this is how the first known hyperbaric chamber is constructed, without having major scientific basis...

Editorial
Published On: May 22, 2020

Does G-CSFR Blocker Reduces Hematopoietic Dysfunction Among Trauma Associated Hemorrhagic Shock?

Kumar M*, Mondithoka S and Bhoi S
Hematopoietic Dysfunction (HD) has been proved in trauma associated hemorrhagic shock (T/HS). Prolonged mobilization of Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells (HPCs) are related with the HD and poor outcome following T/HS patients. Excessive Granulocyte Colony Stimulating Factor (G-CSF) related with this response [1-3]....