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Do I need any special study before the intervention? If your health is, good only need a blood test to confirm the Rah blood (see below) and perform an analytical study of coagulation and platelet counts, to confirm that there is no anemia or bleeding problems before surgery.
Naturally, also conduct a pelvic ultrasound study to date the weeks of gestation.
In schools where intervention may be done with sedation or general anesthesia, will also perform a query of anesthesia. It is essential that this consultation will provide all the information you have about your current illness or has had in the past. You should also tell the medication you are taking or have recently taken.
An international investigation involving reinvestigations Superior Council (CSIC) has managed to decipher the genome of bifid bacterium bifida, intestinal bacteria with robotic characteristics. The study further shows that this bacterium is able to extract nutrients from the mucking, a glycoprotein present in the intestinal mucosa. The work has been published in the latest issue of the journal ‘PNAS’. As explained by researchers at the CSIC and Borax Margoles Abelard Sanchez, “until now considered that the degradation of intestinal mucus no robotic was desirable because it could damage the mucosa. However, Bifid bacterium bifida PRL2010 is able to acquire nutrients from the degradation of glycols (compounds consisting of one or more sugars) present in the intestinal mucking, a glycoprotein that acts as a lubricant and protector of the gastrointestinal mucosa. “In normal physiological conditions, the human mucking has a high turnover rate.
The study shows how some bifid bacteria such as Bifid bacterium bifida PRL2010 can take advantage of this fact and incorporate catabolism of the degradation products of these polymers so complex without damaging the host, “explains Margoles, the Dairy Institute Asturias. Para conducting the study, researchers have used proteomic techniques and genetic analysis of transcription has identified several groups of genes regulated in a coordinated manner and present in the metabolism of medina.
Posteriormente found that these groups were highly conserved in different strains bacteria of the same species, indicating that the catabolism of these glycols is an important colonization factor for them. “This is one of the few studies that show that some bacteria are able to use mucking as an energy source”, adds Margoles. “It also gives new information about some factors that modulate the microbial ecology and the mechanisms involved in the adaptation of bifid bacteria to the conditions of our gut.” In the study, led by Marco Ventura in collaboration with Douse van Sincere (University of Parma and Cork, respectively) have participated universities of Aberdeen (United Kingdom), California (USA), Siena and Verona (Italy) and Aix- Marseille (France), in addition to the Dairy Institute of Asturias, CSIC.