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Dr. Catherine Young Dmd

6506 Austin St
Rego Park NY 11374
718 971-1218
Medical School: Other - Unknown
Accepts Medicare: No
Participates In eRX: No
Participates In PQRS: No
Participates In EHR: No
License #: 057398
NPI: 1083022438
Taxonomy Codes:
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Door-to-balloon time in acute ST segment elevation myocardial infarction--further experience. - Hawai'i journal of medicine & public health : a journal of Asia Pacific Medicine & Public Health
Early coronary reperfusion has been established as the optimal treatment for acute ST segment elevation myocardial infarction. A treatment protocol, previously described, has been designed to reduce delay in achieving recanalization of the culprit coronary artery. Over a period of about 4 years, Door-to-Balloon time has been analyzed for patients arriving in the Emergency Department with this condition. During that time the process was enhanced by the ability of ambulance personnel to transmit 12 lead EKG's from the field. Door-to-Balloon times have been analyzed and compared to the American College of Cardiology target of 90 minutes. After just over one year of gradually improving results, 100% compliance was achieved. From that time on, this was achieved during the period under consideration in 97% of cases.
Supporting mothering: service providers' perspectives of mothers and young children affected by intimate partner violence. - Research in nursing & health
Although negative outcomes from intimate partner violence (IPV) are not inevitable, IPV is recognized to have profound negative effects on child development. We conducted a qualitative descriptive study of service providers' understandings of the impact of IPV on mothers, young children (birth to 36 months), and mother-infant/child relationships, and of the support needs of these mothers and young children. Service providers suggested that IPV negatively influenced caregiving and identified a pressing need for information and strategies to help mothers promote and protect their young children's development. Although service providers struggled to articulate ideal forms of assistance to promote maternal-infant/child relationships, they agreed that mothers and young children experiencing IPV required more support than is currently available.Copyright © 2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Annual consultation prevalence of regional musculoskeletal problems in primary care: an observational study. - BMC musculoskeletal disorders
Regional musculoskeletal pain such as back or shoulder pain are commonly reported symptoms in the community. The extent of consultation to primary care with such problems is unknown as a variety of labels may be used to record such consultations. The objective was to classify musculoskeletal morbidity codes used in routine primary care by body region, and to determine the annual consultation prevalence of regional musculoskeletal problems.Musculoskeletal codes within the Read morbidity Code system were identified and grouped by relevant body region by four GPs. Consultations with these codes were then extracted from the recorded consultations at twelve general practices contributing to a general practice consultation database (CiPCA). Annual consultation prevalence per 10,000 registered persons for the year 2006 was determined, stratified by age and gender, for problems in individual regions and for problems affecting multiple regions.5,908 musculoskeletal codes were grouped into regions. One in seven of all recorded consultations were for a musculoskeletal problem. The back was the most common individual region recorded (591 people consulting per 10,000 registered persons), followed by the knee (324/10,000). In children, the foot was the most common region. Different age and gender trends were apparent across body regions although women generally had higher consultation rates. The annual consultation-based prevalence for problems encompassing more than one region was 556 people consulting per 10,000 registered persons and increased in older people and in females.There is an extensive and varied regional musculoskeletal workload in primary care. Musculoskeletal problems are a major constituent of general practice. The output from this study can be used as a resource for planning future studies.
A checklist of the mosquitoes of Indiana with notes on the cryptic species complexes Anopheles quadrimaculatus s.l. and Anopheles punctipennis. - Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association
The checklist of the mosquito species reported to occur in the state of Indiana is updated to include a number of new records and new classifications. Specimens of the cryptic species complex Anopheles quadrimaculatus s.1. are identified as An. quadrimaculatus s.s., and specimens of An. punctipennis are identified as the Eastern form of the species.
CT features of esophageal emergencies. - Radiographics : a review publication of the Radiological Society of North America, Inc
Esophageal emergencies-primarily, perforation and conditions with the potential to progress to perforation-result in significant morbidity and mortality if they are not recognized and treated promptly. The spectrum of esophageal emergencies includes esophagitis, foreign body impaction, and traumatic esophageal injury. Because there is considerable variability in the clinical manifestations of emergent esophageal conditions, computed tomography (CT) may play both primary and complementary roles in their diagnosis and evaluation. An awareness of the CT findings associated with the spectrum of acute esophageal disease facilitates the accurate and prompt diagnosis of esophageal emergencies and thereby contributes to a more successful outcome.(c) RSNA, 2008.
Epitopes associated with mature spores not recognized on Kudoa thyrsites from recently infected Atlantic salmon smolts. - Diseases of aquatic organisms
Atlantic salmon Salmo salar skeletal muscle was examined for Kudoa thyrsites by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and positive fish were further examined by in situ hybridization (ISH) and immunohistochemistry (IHC). The infection was detected in 42% of salmon by PCR following a 60 d exposure to infective seawater at a temperature of 10 degrees C (= 600 degree-days, degreeD). The parasite was detected by ISH in skeletal and cardiac muscle but not in gill, kidney, spleen, liver, stomach, intestine, pyloric caeca and skin. None of 4 monoclonal antibodies (2F4, 4H2, 1H2, 3E8) raised against mature K. thyrsites spores reacted with the stages identified by ISH following a 600 degreeD exposure, but they did react with ISH-identified stages following a 1600 degreeD exposure. In contrast, a polyclonal antibody reacted with K. thyrsites stages in salmon with both 600 and 1600 degreeD exposures, suggesting that the parasite observed in 600 degreeD infections represents an antigenically distinct developmental stage of K. thyrsites.
Identification of a novel tumor necrosis factor alpha-responsive region in the NCF2 promoter. - Journal of leukocyte biology
The phagocyte reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate oxidase is a multiprotein enzyme that catalyzes the production of microbicidal oxidants. Although oxidase assembly involves association of several membrane and cytosolic oxidase proteins, one of the cytosolic cofactors, p67phox, appears to play a more prominent role in final activation of the enzyme complex. Based on the importance of p67phox, we investigated transcriptional regulation of the p67phox gene [neutrophil cytosolic factor 2 (NCF2)] and demonstrated previously that activator protein-1 (AP-1) was essential for basal transcriptional activity. As p67phox can be up-regulated by tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha), which activates AP-1, we hypothesized that TNF-alpha might regulate NCF2transcription via AP-1. In support of this hypothesis, we show here that NCF2 promoter-reporter constructs are up-regulated by TNF-alpha but only when AP-1 factors were coexpressed. Consistent with this observation, we also demonstrate that NCF2 mRNA and p67phox protein are up-regulated by TNF-alpha in various myeloid cell lines as well as in human monocytes. It was surprising that mutagenesis of the AP-1 site in NCF2 promoter constructs did not eliminate TNF-alpha induction, suggesting additional elements were involved in this response and that AP-1 might play a more indirect role. Indeed, we used NCF2 promoter-deletion constructs to map a novel TNF-alpha-responsive region (TRR) located between -56 and -16 bp upstream of the translational start site and demonstrated its importance in vivo using transcription factor decoy analysis. Furthermore, DNase footprinting verified specific binding of factor(s) to the TRR with AP-1 binding indirectly to this region. Thus, we have identified a novel NCF2 promoter/enhancer domain, which is essential for TNF-alpha-induced up-regulation of p67phox.
How a specialist nurse helps patients undergoing deep brain stimulation. - Professional nurse (London, England)
Deep brain stimulation is becoming the most frequently used neurosurgical treatment for patients with complex Parkinson's disease. This paper reports on the creation of a clinical nurse specialist role in a Scottish hospital's movement disorder team to support patients going through this treatment and their families, working with the neuroscience nurses and multidisciplinary team.
Molecular analysis of the bison phagocyte NADPH oxidase: cloning and sequencing of five NADPH oxidase cDNAs. - Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part B, Biochemistry & molecular biology
During the host defense process, neutrophils migrate into infected tissues where they become activated, resulting in the assembly of a superoxide anion-generating complex known as the NADPH oxidase. Despite the importance of this system in animal host defense, almost nothing is known about the NADPH oxidase in neutrophils from wild ruminant species. In the present studies, we provide a molecular analysis of the bison leukocyte NADPH oxidase. Using reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction and rapid amplification of cDNA ends, we cloned and sequenced the full-length cDNAs for five bison NADPH oxidase components: p22(phox), p40(phox), p47(phox) and p67(phox), and gp91(phox). When compared to other species, the deduced amino acid sequences of the bison homologs were most similar to those of bovine. Interestingly, a bison p40(phox) alternative splice product was isolated, which was similar to that observed for human p40(phox) in that the cDNAs contained sequence from intron 8. Consistent with the high degree of similarity between bison and bovine amino acid sequences, immunoblot analysis showed that the bison homologs migrated similarly to their bovine counterparts. Overall, these studies show that the bison and bovine NADPH oxidase genes are highly conserved between these two species, despite their divergence from a common ancestor over 1 million years ago.

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