May zaw Soe

May zaw Soe
Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) | ums · reproductive health department

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Background Urothelial carcinoma (UC) is a common urinary tract malignancy that predominantly affect the urinary bladder with a low recurrence rate after surgical removal. It usually metastasizes to the lungs, regional lymph nodes, and liver. However, it rarely spread to the thoracic spine and bones, especially in the Asian populations. Case presen...
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Background The deadly coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) wreaked havoc globally in early 2020 and caused lives to a standstill. Healthcare workers (HCW) handling patients infected with COVID-19 wore protective equipment to defend themselves from cross infection and curbing further spread. Nevertheless, these do hamper their dexterity, especially d...
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Background Prostatic carcinoma is the commonest malignancy among men. It usually metastasizes to the spine and regional lymph nodes. However, it is extremely rare for it to metastasize to the mediastinum. Case presentation An elderly man presented to us with progressive onset of bilateral lower limb weakness which was associated with thoracic radi...
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The severe acute respiratory coronavirus 2 (COVID-19) pandemic impacts the health of women at reproductive age in different ways, starting from pregnancy planning to post-delivery. This narrative review summarises the challenges to obstetric practice posed by the severe acute respiratory coronavirus 2 (COVID-19) pandemic. In this paper, we highligh...
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The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) virus is a public health emergency of international concern, without known effective pharmaceutical treatment so far. It is difficult to treat infected patients who are experiencing acute respiratory failure, liver or cardiac injury, gastroenteritis and many other complications without any drug recommendation...
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Dysmenorrhea is one of the leading causes of pelvic pain and menstrual disorder among women during childbearing age. The burden of dysmenorrhea is greater than any other gynecological complaint. Some women have severe dysmenorrhea which renders them incapacitated for days each menstrual cycle requiring absence from study or duty, frequently requiri...
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As general population of obese patients in Malaysia rapidly increases, more obese patients are requiring anaesthesia for various operative procedures. Obesity is associated with anatomical and physiological differences and co-morbidities that influence on the choices of anaesthesia care. A surgical case with general anaesthesia is used as a basis o...
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: To compare immediate with delayed (4 hours) oxytocin infusion after amniotomy on vaginal delivery within 12 hours and patient satisfaction with the birth process. : Parous women with favorable cervixes after amniotomy for labor induction were randomized to immediate titrated oxytocin or placebo intravenous infusion in a double-blind noninferiorit...
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Dengue is the most prevalent mosquito borne infection worldwide. Vertical transmissions after maternal dengue infection to the fetus and pregnancy losses in relation to dengue illness have been reported. The relationship of dengue to miscarriage is not known. We aimed to establish the relationship of recent dengue infection and miscarriage. Women w...

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Construction and Evaluation of DNA Vaccine against V. Cholerae and V. Parahaemolyticus