Lege Artis Medicinae - 2016;26(07-08)

Lege Artis Medicinae

AUGUST 20, 2016

Lege Artis Medicinae

AUGUST 20, 2016

[Cardiovascular aging]

VÁLYI Péter

[The world population in both industrialized and developing countries is aging. The clinical and economic implications of this demographic shift are staggering because age is the most powerful risk factor for cardiovascular diseases. The incidence and prevalence of hypertension, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, and stroke increase steeply with advancing age. Although epidemiologic studies have discovered that some aspects of lifestyle and genetics are risk factors for these... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

AUGUST 20, 2016

[Defending the statins]

MÁRK László

[Taking into account the frequent occurrence of coronary heart disease and the mortality related to this, it is obvious that the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular events is nowadays a major challenge in medicine. The lipid lowering therapy has become the basic element of the prevention and the statins are first-choice drugs in this field. Despite the great amount of the evidences coming from studies based on the principles of the evidence based medicine, the statins are... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

AUGUST 20, 2016

[Health behavior of tattooed persons]

CZUPY Gábor, PONGÓ Gabriella, MIHÁLFFY Dávid, SUSÁNSZKY Éva

[INTRODUCTION - In post-modern societies tattoo has become decidedly fashionable as acceptance have replaced negative attitudes towards it. We assume that body decoration is a fashion-conscious behavior in the present Hungarian society and thus their lifestyle and risk behavior would not differ from the average of the Hungarian population; also, that there would be no gender differences in the motivations of having a tattoo nor in the messages communicated by tattoos. SAMPLE AND METHOD -... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

AUGUST 20, 2016

[Young men’s knowledge about the human papillomavirus]

BALLA Bettina Claudia, TEREBESSY András, TÓTH Emese, BALÁZS Péter

[Introduction - Nearly the fifth of more than 100 HPV serotypes affect the anogenital region causing genital warts, penile and anal cancer. The incidence of male pathologies is lower than that of females (genital warts, vaginal, vulvar, cervical and anal cancer), however they are equally important in epidemiological terms. Methods - The aim of our questionnaire-based cross-sectional study was to assess the HPV-related knowledge of young men in 19 randomly selected high schools in Budapest. The... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

AUGUST 20, 2016

[Catheter related infection caused by Rhizobium radiobacter in hemodialysis patient]

SÁGI Veronika, OROSZ Attila

[INTRODUCTION - Rhizobium radiobacter is a rare opportunistic pathogen. The bacteria present in soils causes systemic infection mostly in immuncompromised patients and frequently forms biofilm on intravascular and other indwelling plastic catheters. Majority of the pathogen stems shows sensitivity to cephalosporins, carbapenems and ciprofloxacin. CASE REPORT - In case of our hemodialysis patient a vegetation developed on the tip of the tunneled central venous catheter. The patient was exposed... tovább »

Lege Artis Medicinae

AUGUST 20, 2016