Alzheimers controversy solved For ten years.

Alzheimer’s controversy solved For ten years, Alzheimer’s disease experts have already been entrenched in debate about one of the mechanisms believed to be responsible for brain cell loss of life and memory space loss in the illness . Now experts at the University of Michigan and the University of California, San Diego have settled the dispute. Resolving this controversy improves knowledge of the disease and may one day result in better remedies. Michael Mayer, an assistant professor in the U-M departments of Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering, and Jerry Yang, an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UCSD, and their colleagues found a flaw in earlier studies supporting one side of the debate.


Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring: beyond the easy BP Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring is usually a vital tool in the diagnosis and management of hypertension. A systematic approach must properly interpret an ABPM documenting. Ambulatory blood circulation pressure monitoring is a useful tool in diagnosing and handling patients with an elevated clinic blood circulation pressure reading. ABPM can identify patients with masked hypertension . Key results from ABPM must be identified to interpret a recording; included in these are the true amount of valid BP measurements, typical daytime and night-period BPs, BP load and nocturnal dipping pattern. Picture credit: © Welch Allyn Australia.