Volume 2 Issue 3
Study and Analysis of Cardiovascular Risk Factors In An Indian Mexican Community
Jorge Alberto Morales-Quispe MD, Rocío Caballero-Caballero MD, Nilda Espínola-Zavaleta MD, PhD*, María Elena Soto-López MD, PhD, Eulo Lupi-Herrera, MD
For indigenous peoples, health care programs and environmental sanitation applied by institutions are insufficient because the morbidity and mortality remain high. As an antecedent within the Mixtec town, it is known that since 1989 a group of traditional therapists pussies which formed the Organization of Indigenous Doctors Chocho-Mixteco (OIDCHM), located in Nochixtlán, which groups about 27 trained traditional healers whose objectives have been designed to have a representation that allows them to raise support and health-related jobs.
Anti-Inflammatory Effects of -3Hydroxy-3-Methylglutaryl-Coenzyme a Reductase Inhibitor on Acute Coronary Arteritis in a Rabbit Model of Kawasaki Disease
Seiichiro Ozawa MD, Kenji Hamaoka MD*, Kazuyuki Ikeda MD
Recent observations suggest that some of the clinical benefits associated with statin therapy are pleiotropic, i.e., they are independent of their cholesterol-inhibiting action. In this study, we attempted to evaluate the anti-inflammatory effects of statins on coronary arteritis in a rabbit model of Kawasaki disease (KD).