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Penetrating and missile wounds

The injury caused by a missile depends upon its velocity and the amount of kinetic energy released by it. A high-velocity bullet may produce little surrounding damage if it passes only through soft tissues that do not obstruct it. However, if, for example, it strikes bone, its effect is like that of an explosion within the body, causing a shock wave that homogenizes and kills muscles, may cause endothelial damage in nearby blood vessels, and sends off splinters of bone that act like shrapnel. The bullet velocity carries particles of clothing into the tissues with attendant microorganisms. It is vitally important to explore and assiduously clean these wounds. Every visible particle of dirt and dead tissue must be removed. The vitality of muscle can be gauged by gently pinching it to see if it contracts and cutting it to see if bleeding occurs.

Positive Well Being and Physical Health

Fortunately, other studies provide stronger evidence. A good example is Kubzansky and Thurston's (2007) study of emotional vitality and coronary heart disease (CHD). A cohort of 6025 men and women aged 25-75 years who were initially free of CHD were followed for an average of 15 years, during which time 1141 developed CHD. Emotional vitality, a combination of vitality (sense of energy and pep), positive well-being (happiness and life satisfaction), and emotional self-control (feeling emotionally stable and secure), was assessed at baseline. Participants with greater emotional vitality were at markedly reduced risk for CHD, and this effect remained significant after accounting statistically for age, gender, ethnicity, marital status, educational attainment, blood pressure, cholesterol, body mass index (BMI), smoking, alcohol use, physical activity level, diabetes, hypertension, and psychological illness. All three components of emotional vitality appeared to contribute to the health...

Toward A New Classification Of Personality Disorders

In contrast to the large number of specific features detailed by Parker et al. (2002) that appear more suitable to Step 2, Livesley (1998, 2001) proposed that review of the clinical literature on personality disorders reveals two major features of dysfunction that can be used to elegantly and parsimoniously define personality disorder (Step 1). He suggested that personality disorder could be clinically defined by chronic interpersonal dysfunction and problems with self or identity. The former is characterized by pervasive abnormalities in social functioning, including failure to develop adaptive relational functioning, impairments in cooperative and prosocial relational capacity, and instability and poor integration of mental representations of others and relationships. Such deficits often give rise to interpersonal relationships marred by deleterious vicious circles (Millon, 1996), self-fulfilling prophecies (Carson, 1982), and maladaptive transaction cycles (Kiesler, 1991). Self...

QOL in Long Term Survivors of Breast Cancer

Eleven of the 16 studies discussed physical domain QOL outcomes for long-term survivors.2,4,32,41,43,46-51 Generally, survivors report lower physical domain QOL than healthy controls and poorer physical functioning.4,41,43,49 Arm pain, including swelling, loss of sensation, weakness, and stiffness, are common.4,32,48,50,51 Survivors also report fatigue,2,46 with one study finding that younger survivors report the lowest levels of vitality.51 Physical problems associated with treatment induced menopause are also common.2,32 One study shows that physical functioning was predicted by age at diagnosis,48 while another found that older age in general is related to worse physical domain QOL.47 Another study found that physical health was most affected among women who were both diagnosed with lymphoma and treated with chemotherapy.2

Aging Related Outcome Cognitive Impairment

There is quite extensive evidence that behavioral factors can either progress or inhibit cognitive decline. Lifestyle behaviors, for instance, have been linked with cognitive decline. Certain nutritional indicators such as vitamin Bi2 and folate deficiency, but also an unfavorable cholesterol profile, have been associated with poorer cognition in old age (Solomon et al, 2007 Tangney et al, 2009). Smoking and excess alcohol intake have also been shown to contribute to cognitive decline and avoiding these activities may promote cognitive vitality in aging (Peters et al, 2008a, b). On the other hand, moderate alcohol consumption has been associated with better cognition (Bond et al, 2003 Ngandu et al, 2007). Finally, there is evidence from both animal and human studies to suggest that lifelong learning, mental and physical exercise, and continuing social engagement are important factors in promoting cognitive vitality in aging (Fillit et al, 2002).

Comparisons Of Longterm Effects Of Diagnosis And Treatment By Cancer Site Breast Cancer And Hodgkins Disease

In the breast cancer cohort, little change in the women's ratings of health was reported. Five years after diagnosis, 92 rated their health as good or excellent and only 10 said their health had been getting worse. Significant improvements were reported for surgical symptoms, and the following SF-36 scales (i.e., physical functioning, physical and social roles, vitality, and bodily pain). Overall, physical domain QOL ratings improved when compared to the first year following diagnosis. Using the composite physical measure from the SF-36, a greater increase in physical QOL was associated with reporting fewer chronic conditions (coefficient is -2.60, p 0.01), being employed (coefficient is 3.24, p 0.04), having been treated by chemotherapy (coefficientis 3.88, p 0.03), and fewer children under age 18 living at home (coefficientis -4.77, p 0.01).32 health (72.8 to 78.0, p 0.001), and the vitality (50.5 to 62.8, p 0.001) scales. In the multivariate analyses, the mental health dimension...

Quality of Life and Health Profile Measures

Using the Short-Form 36 (SF-36), the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS), and the Psychological Adjustment to Illness Scale (PAIS) (61,62). Significant correlations were observed between changes in neutrophil counts and measures of physical functioning, general health, vitality, and mental health. The greatest decrease in QOL was observed in patients with grade 4 neutropenia. An effort is currently under way to develop a more sensitive and specific measure for detected changes associated with severe or FN in patients receiving cancer chemotherapy. This approach is modeled after the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy (FACT) health profile scales and is termed the FACT-N. The current version of the tool consists of 19 questions generated from semistructured interviews and previous studies. The measure has been found to have good construct validity and internal consistency (63). The entire issue of QOL assessment and the impact of rHuG-CSF in patients with cancer and human...

Nonwestern Medical Systems Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has existed for thousands of years, long before Western medicine. Rather than following the disease model of Western medicine, TCM focuses on a symptom approach such that a person with PD who has mostly tremor would be evaluated and treated differently than another person whose symptoms were mostly gait and balance difficulty with no tremor. The specific symptoms of the individual signal a deficiency in the body fluids blood that is unable to properly nourish the energy flow or chi or Qi of the entire organism. There are three main symptom approaches under TCM (5). The first is Qi and blood deficiency, which is believed to arise from anger, emotional stress, frustration, and resentment. The second is phlegm-fire-agitating wind (yang), which is the result of poor diet, in particular eating greasy, fried, sweet, sugary foods and alcohol. The third is kidney and liver (yin) deficiency, which results from a lack of rest and overwork as well as part of...

Self Psychologically Influenced Framework For Personality Disorders

Against this background, the self psychological framework I now propose is an additional or alternative way of grouping the personality disorders according to self psychological concepts of deficits and strivings or life tasks necessary for the repair of deficits of the self. I take the position that the particular stylistic behavior and symptoms of the various personality disorders represent different ways of attempting to repair the self. Attempting to repair the injuries of early caregiving deficits gives rise to self disorders that are characterized by different types of self-cohesion disturbances. These disorders are approximately synonymous with what is meant by personality disorders. These self-reparative paths, therefore, represent patients' attempts to (1) sustain self-esteem by turning away in the face of devitalization or depletion, (2) devote predominant effort to maintain self-cohesion when it is threatened by fragmentation, or (3) preserve a thriving self through...

Overall Quality Of Life

Several investigators have attempted to assess overall QOL of survivors of testicular cancer. Methods for assessing this outcome vary widely among studies. Overall QOL may be reported as a component summary score generated from various weighted scale scores of more specific functional status outcomes (eg, physical role limitations, emotional functioning, and social functioning). For example, the Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item Short Form (SF-36), a commonly used generic QOL measure, incorporates scores of eight different functional status constructs physical functioning, role-physical, bodily pain, general health, vitality, social functioning, role-emotional, and mental health.49 These eight scales can then be combined to generate two summary scores the Physical Component Summary and the Mental Component Summary. Alternatively, overall QOL is sometimes assessed on the basis of response to a single survey item. This single item typically has the participant rate his perception of an...

Recent Advances In Self Psychology

Thus, while interpretation of the forward edge does not preclude simultaneously considering defenses or pathological processes, detecting forward edge strivings is what deepens understanding of affective experience. In this way, conceptualizing the origins of depletion of the self invariably includes considering what the injured self requires to restore sufficient vitality to sustain its cohesion.

Measuring Quality of Life

The goal of each instrument is to measure overall quality of life and various quality-of-life domains, such as physical functioning, social functioning, and mental health. Other domains include disease symptoms, pain, general health perceptions, vitality, and role functioning. Quality-of-life instruments usually include several individual questions, or items pertaining to a particular domain, and the domain score (also called scale score) is obtained by summarizing the responses from the associated items (e.g., average of the item responses). Each

BCG Strain Diversity

The first difference in vitality between the Pasteur and the Copenhagen strains was reported by Orskov in 1948 at the first BCG Congress 16 . It was supposed that the differences were due to the successive passages into the Sauton liquid medium without intermediate passages onto bile potato and or glycerinated potato as was the case at the Pasteur Institute. Later on, in 1956, Dubos reported difference between BCG strains with respect to morphology and multiplication capacity in mice and showed that residual virulence correlated with the degree of protection 20 . Furthermore, numerous individual or collaborative studies under the aegis of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Association for Biological Standardization (IABS) confirmed that the current BCG strains were not identical. The WHO therefore recommended the maintenance of BCG strains as freeze-dried primary and secondary seed lots for vaccine production to avoid further mutations through successive...

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