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I have not included all possible options but only the most important syntax commands. There are a few more, e.g. for programming your own model templates (you are not limited to the preprogrammed ones). The full options list is part of Hayes' excellent book Introduction to mediation, moderation, and conditional process analysis: A regression-based approach (2017).
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The authors gratefully acknowledge the Institutional Review Board of the Tehran University of Medical Sciences for approving and supporting this project. We also wish to thank the participants for their cooperation.
A retrospective chart review was performed to evaluate the patients with congenital sternoclavicular sinus in the Department of Pediatric Surgery, West China Hospital, Sichuan University, from March 2018 to June 2020. The study was approved by the Institutional Review Board of our hospital. All subjects participating in the study gave written informed consent. Inclusion criteria included: (1) patients younger than 14 years of age; (2) congenital sinus located near the sternoclavicular joint; (3) surgical excision performed in our hospital. The medical record, ultrasound examination and operation note were reviewed carefully to exclude other cervical fistula or cyst, such as the second brachial fistula anomaly or midline dermoid cyst. We also excluded the patients with obscure description of the precise location of the sinus in the records. Data were collected including age, sex, side of the sinus, symptoms, history of infection, prior incision and drainage (I&D), date of procedure, recurrence and histopathological finding.
BP and heart rate were measured using an automatic sphygmomanometer (Omron M4-I, fully automatic BP monitor, Omron Matsusaka Co, Ltd, Japan) following 10 minutes rest in a sitting position. BP was measured three times with intervals of at least two minutes, between the hours of 7:00 am and 12:00 noon. The mean of the last two BP measurements was used as the result. BP was measured using the non-dominant arm with the exception of the first study visit during which BP was measured using both arms. If the BP in the two arms differed in SBP or DBP by more than 10 mmHg, the arm with the higher reading was used for all subsequent measurements. Volunteers were not told the results of their BP measurements during the study and the study nurse was unaware of the treatment allocations.
We like to thank study nurse M.Sc. Merja Merikoski for numerous carefully conducted blood pressure measurements and M.Sc. Riitta Feodoroff for valuable help in product logistics as well as M.Sc. Niina Tapola for statistical help. The study was supported by Smart Salt® Inc., 2461 Highway 4 Suite 7 Arnold, California 95223, USA.
The NHANES III Second Exam Sample was a sub-study of NHANES III, conducted for research purposes. These research files are intended to provide additional data for use with special statistical methods to improve estimates from the main survey data and for methodologic investigations. Be sure to read the documentation carefully before attempting any analysis. There are seven files in this release: CFFSE, EXAMDRSE, EXAMSE, IFFSE, LABSE, LAB2SE and VIFSE.
In the hemorrhage brain, erythrocyte lysis occurs following an intracerebral bleed [6, 10], releasing free heme (iron protoporphyrin IX), which is degraded by heme oxygenase into ferrous iron, carbon monoxide, and biliverdin. Iron overload and hemoglobin toxicity has been thought to contribute to microglia activation, brain edema, oxidative stress, and upregulation of cytokine expression [4, 5, 7]. A recent report suggests that heme activates TLR4 to induce TNF-α secretion . Also, after ICH, upregulation of TLR4 and activation of NF-κB in perihematoma tissues have been reported [21, 22]. However, the exact mechanism of the TLR4 signaling pathway in ICH is not fully understood. Therefore, we propose a hypothesis that following ICH, hematoma components (i.e. heme) may act on TLR4 expressed on inflammatory cells, and activate gene transcription through the TLR4 downstream signaling pathway, which results in the production of inflammatory factors and ultimately leads to inflammatory injury and neurological deficits. To test this hypothesis, we investigated in this study the role of TLR4 in ICH-induced inflammatory injury and explore the endogenous trigger and possible signaling pathway involved in TLR4-mediated inflammatory response following ICH.
Heme and iron metabolism are of considerable importance in neuropathogenesis following traumatic injury and hemorrhagic stroke . Free heme is released through hemoglobin lysis following an intracerebral bleed, and then degraded by heme oxygenase to form free iron . The above data showed that TLR4 was significantly upregulated in microglia following ICH, however, the event that triggered the activation of TLR4 remained unclear. Free heme and iron are potent inducers of inflammation, and are highly toxic to brain tissues [6, 10]. To test the hypothesis that heme and iron trigger activation of TLR4 after ICH, we investigated the effect of exogenous hemin and iron on the expression of TLR4 and cytokine release in both in vitro and in vivo < models. First, using primary cultured microglial cells, we found that hemin treatment significantly increased TLR4 expression (P < 0. 01) in cultured microglia while bilirubin and FeSO4 showed no effect (Figure 5A). Moreover, the expression of TNF-α by activated microglia was significantly increased (P < 0.01). A major concern when characterizing any putative ligand of TLR4, especially in an endogenous environment, is the possible presence of microbial derived contaminants. Determination of the content of endotoxin by the limulus assay demonstrated that hemin preparations used in the study were free of any detectable LPS. Furthermore, hemin induced TNF-α in the presence of polymyxin B in a concentration that fully abolished the LPS effect. Hemin also induced the secretion of TNF-α by microliga in the presence of polymyxin B (Figure 5B).
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