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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-930048

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Objective:To observe the efficacy and safety of teriprizumab combined with bevacizumab in above the second line treatment of high-level microsatellite instability (MSI-H) type metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC) patients.Methods:From February 2019 to September 2019, 56 patients with MSI-H mCRC admitted to the Third Affiliated Hospital of Guangdong Medical University were selected and divided into control group and test group by random number table method, with 28 cases in each group. The control group was treated with bevacizumab, and the test group was treated with teriprizumab combined with bevacizumab. The objective response rate (ORR), disease control rate (DCR), progression-free survival, overall survival and incidence of adverse reactions were compared between the two groups.Results:The ORR and DCR of the test group were 60.71% (17/28) and 75.00% (21/28) respectively, higher than 28.57% (8/28) and 46.63% (13/28) of the control group, with statistically significant differences ( χ2=5.85, P=0.016; χ2=4.79, P=0.029). The median progression-free survival of patients in the control group and the test group were 3.5 months and 5.8 months respectively, with a statistically significant difference ( χ2=9.83, P=0.003). The median overall survival of patients in the control group and the test group were 12.1 months and 16.2 months respectively, with a statistically significant difference ( χ2=6.13, P=0.007). There were no significant diffe-rences in the incidences of hematological reaction (17.86% vs. 14.29%, χ2=0.13, P=0.716), cardiovascular injury (10.71% vs. 14.29%, χ2=0.16, P=0.686), liver and kidney function injury (25.00% vs. 21.43%, χ2=0.10, P=0.752), gastrointestinal reaction (28.57% vs. 35.71%, χ2=0.33, P=0.567), skin and mucosal injury (7.14% vs. 10.71%, χ2=0.35, P=0.553), nervous system disease (3.57% vs. 14.29%, χ2=2.25, P=0.134), endocrine reaction (3.57% vs. 10.71%, χ2=1.29, P=0.256), alopecia (14.29% vs. 17.86%, χ2=0.13, P=0.716) and fatigue (25.00% vs. 28.57%, χ2=0.27, P=0.605) between the control group and the test group. Conclusion:The combination of teriprizumab and bevacizumab can improve the short-term and medium-long-term efficacy of patients with MSI-H mCRC, which is safe and reliable.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-510190

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Objective To explore the pancreatic kininogenase enteric-coated tablets in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy (DR) patients and its effect on the optic disc and macula retinal hemodynamics. Methods 86 cases (140 eyes) of DR patients were randomly divided into pancreatic kininogenase group and normal group with 43 cases in each group, two groups were treated with basic therapy, pancreatic kininogenase group were combined with pancreatic kininogenase treatment. The best corrected visual acuity and the clinical effect of optic disc and macula retinal hemodynamic changes were compared between two groups. Results After treatment, the best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) in pancreatic kininogenase group was greater than the normal group (P<0.05), the retinal neovascularization and fluorescein leakage area in pancreatic kininogenase group was less than the normal group (P<0.05). The disc vascular and macular retinal blood flow volume (VOL), blood flow velocity (FLW)values in pancreatic kininogenase group were larger than those of normal group, and the clinical curative effect of pancreatic kininogenase group was better than that of normal group (P<0.05). Conclusion Pancreatic kininogenase enteric-coated tablets in the treatment of DR patients can improve the optic disc and macular retinal hemodynamic parameters, improve visual acuity and reduce the retinal neovascularization and fluorescein leakage area, so as to improve the clinical treatment effect.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-406618

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BACKGROUND: For decades, liposome drug carrier has been used to enhance drug stability and efficacy, reduce drug toxicity and adverse effects. However, they fail to provide long-term delivery due to insufficient stability. Studies have demonstrated that silica is not toxic, with chemically inert and biological compatibility, and can be used as modified material. OBJECTIVE: To characterize the silica coated liposome and investigate the controlled release property. DESIGN, TIME AND SETTING: In vitro observation. The study was performed at the Nanomedicine and Biosensor Laboratory, Biomedical Engineering Center, Harbin Institute of Technology from May 2007 to June 2008. MATERIALS: Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine (DPPC) was purchased from Nanjing Kangsente Chemical Engineering Company; tetraethylorthosilicate (TEOS) was purchased from Aldrich, USA. Doxorubicin (DOX) was purchased from Beijing Huafeng United Technology Company; Sephadex G-50 was purchased from Amersham Biosciences, Sweden. All other chemical agents were of analytical purity. METHODS: Liposome was formed from DPPC following the precipitation of silica by sol-gel method. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Zeta-potential and dynamic light scanning were used for zeta-potential measurement and particle size distribution; transmission electron microscopy was used to collect the image of particle morphology; Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) was used to display chemical characteristics of Si-O-Si structure; Spectrophotofluorimetry was used to determine DOX regression equation and was further used for calculation in drug encapsulation efficiency and in vitro release. RESULTS: ①Silica coated liposome was successfully prepared. ②FTIR proofed the presence of Si-O-Si at 1 166, 1 080, 859 and 526 cm-1. ③The DOX encapsulated silica coated liposome had encapsulation efficiency of 72.4%. ④Drug release profiles showed that sustained release of DOX was achieved after modification of silica on liposome. CONCLUSION: With Si-O-Si as protective layer, the liposome has increased stability and prolonged drug release.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-407300

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BACKGROUND: The expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) vascular grafts hold promise for enhanced healing,extended suture retention, kink reduction and compression resistance. But thrombus formation still limits its use for revascularization of small-caliber vessels. It is the surface of ePTFE vascular graft that contacts with the blood. The current study focused on surface modification of ePTFE materials to improve its blood compatibility.OBJECTIVE: To characterize the heparin/alginate (H/A) gel modified ePTFE vascular graft and investigate the hemocompatibility and histocompatibility of the graft.DESIGN: Observation experiment.SETTING: Laboratory for Nanomedicine and Biosensor, Biomedicine Engineering Center, Harbin Institute of Technology.MATERIALS: The GORE-TEX ePTFE vascular grafts were 4 mm in internal diameter. Sodium alginate and 1-ethyl-3-(3-dimethylaminopropyl)-carbodiimide hydrochloride (EDC) were purchased from Sigma. Heparin sodium salt was obtained from Calbiochem. Nation and chitosan were purchased from Aldrich company. Human α-thrombin and AT Ⅲ were purchased from Haematologic Technologies, Inc. S-2238 was purchased from Chromogenix.METHODS: This study was performed at the Laboratory for Nanomedicine and Biosensor, Biomedicine Engineering Center, Harbin Institute of Technology between May 2006 and June 2007. The graft was first modified with Nation and then Chitosan/Nafion/Chitosan multilayer. Following the impregnation of heparin and alginate, covalent crosslinking was performed using ethylenediamine and EDC. Some characterization methods were employed: stastic water contact angle for the hydrophilicity; SEM for the surface morphology; ATR-FTIR for the surface chemical characteristics; APTT and PT,percent hemolysis and Chromogenic assay for the hemocompatibility of the ePTFE vascular graft after modification.MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: ①Static water contact angles. ②Charactedzation of the surface morphology and platelet adhesion by SEM. ③ATR-FTIR ④APTT and PT. ⑤Percent hemolysis ⑥Chromogenic assay for heparin activity.RESULTS: ①ATR-FTIR revealed the presence of -CO-NH- at 1626 cm-1. ②The water contact angle was greatly decreased from (125±1)° to (84±2)° .③The prolonged APTT and PT, low percent hemolysis(0.065%) and low amount of platelet adhesion assay showed the H/A gel impregnated graft had good blood compatibility. ④Chromogenic assay showed the modified graft was less thrombogenic than the bare one, and the H/A coating had good stability in. PBS buffer.CONCLUSION: The H/A modified ePTFE vascular graft has great potential in applications utilizing small-diameter vascular grafts.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-407196

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BACKGROUND:Thrombus formation and neointimal hyperplasia still limit the use of small-caliber expanded poly(tetrafluoroethylene) (ePTFE) vascular prosthesis with a diameter less than 6 mm for revascularization in the coronary or peripheral circulation. Bioactive surface heparin coating is one conceivable path for above-mentioned problems.OBJECTIVE: To elevate the anticoagulant property of ePTFE, this study promoted the patency of a novel small-caliber ePTFE vascular graft by modifying its luminal surface with covalently crosslinked poly(vinyl alcohol)/ p-diazonium diphenyl amine polymer/heparin gel (PVA/PA/Hep gel) and examined the hemocompatibility of the graft.DESIGN, TIME AND SETTING: Observational experiments were performed at the Nanomedicine and Biosensor Lab,Biomedical Engineering Center, Harbin Institute of Technology from May 2006 to June 2007.MATERIALS: The ePTFE vascular grafts (diameter of 4 mm), Nafion (Naf) and Poly(vinyl alcohol) (Aldrich, USA), heparin (Mw 12 000- 14 000) (Calbiochem, USA), p-diazonium diphenyl amine polymer (PA) (this lab, China) were used in this study.METHODS: ①The vascular graft surface was firstly modified with Nafion. ②Following the impregnation of the mixture of PVA/PA/Hep, covalent crosslinking between polyvinyl alcohol and heparin was performed using crosslinker PA under ultraviolet radiation.MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: ①Contact angles, ②Attenuated total reflection-fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (ATR-FTIR), ③Activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT) and prothromhin time (PT), ④hemolysis test, ⑤platelet adhesion test and ⑥thrombosin inactivation test.RESULTS: ①The water contact angle of the vascular graft surface was greatly decreased after modifying. ATR-FTIR revealed the disappearance of diazonium groups at 2 172 cm-1 and 2 224 cm-1. Vascular prosthesis after modifying had prolonged APTT and PT, low percent hemolysis and low amount of platelet adhesion. Modified vascular prosthesis had inhibitory effect on thrombosin activity and good coating stability.CONCLUSION: Converage of PVA/PA/Hep has good antithrombotic function and low percent hemolysis, resulting in improving hemocompatibility of vascular prosthesis.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-558435

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Objective To evaluate the relationship between lasar in situ keratomileusis(LASIK) and macular hemorrhage after the operation.Methods 1840 patients(3430 eyes) treated by LASIK in our hospital were reviewed for macular hemorrhage in the past four years(July,2001 to 2005).Results The rate of macular hemorrhage was 0.26%(9/3430) after LASIK.The shortest period of time from the LASIK to the occurrence of macular hemorrhage was 20 days and the longest was 8 months 2 patients(2 eyes) with the history of macular hemorrhage suffered hemorrhage again after the LASIK,among the 65 cases with Fuchs spot in macula,there were 4 cases(6.15%) with macular hemorrhage.Conclusions We think there is no direct cause-effect relation between LASIK and macular hemorrhage.LASIK will not increase the rate of macular hemorrhage,but these cases with the history of macular hemorrhage,pathological changes with Fuchs,or fluorescence leaks in checking of FFA cannot receive LASIK.

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