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Saturday 08, Jan 2011

  Researchers recommend progesterone for TBI patients

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Researchers recommend progesterone for TBI patientsAdministration of progesterone to individuals treated for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) shortly after the injury has the potential of reducing the chances of death and degree of disability to a considerable extent, according to Emory University researchers.

The researchers said progesterone treatment for TBI has been extensively studied in lab animals for over 15 years with efficacy.

The research was published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine.

Tuesday 28, Dec 2010

  Progesterone supply improves brain injury outcomes

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Progesterone supply improves brain injury outcomesResearchers from the Emory University have suggested that offering progesterone to patients treated for traumatic brain injuries, shortly after the injury, can considerably reduce the risk of death and degree of disability.

The research was published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine.

It was disclosed by the study that progesterone treatment for brain injuries is safe and has been extensively studied on animals for more than 15 years.

Thursday 23, Sep 2010

  Traumatic brain injury outcomes improve with progesterone

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Traumatic brain injury outcomes improve with progesteroneProviding progesterone to victims with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) shortly after the injury could minimize the risk of death and the degree of disability besides being safe, according to a study by researchers from Emory University.

The study disclosed that progesterone treatment for TBI has been extensively studied in laboratory animals for more than fifteen years and has demonstrated efficacy by reducing brain swelling, improved functional outcomes, and prevention of nerve death.

The research was published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine.

Friday 22, Jan 2010

  Women with higher DHEAs have effective cognitive function

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Women with higher DHEAs have effective cognitive functionWomen with naturally increased levels of DHEAs, the hormone precursor, were found to perform better in terms of cognitive function than their counterparts with reduced levels. This finding appeared in the March issue of the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism (JCEM).

This study revealed that cognitively intact women with increased circulating levels of DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) in the form of DHEA sulfate (DHEAS) fared better on executive function, concentration, and working memory tests.

Other researchers involved in the study were Sonal M. Shah, Dean P. McKenzie, Jayashri Kulkarni, Sonia L. Davison, and Robin J. Bell, all of the Monash University.