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However, the benefit was not seen in patients with the most severe injuries.... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: NEJM JOURNAL WATCH - specialty: emergency medicine
By Ali S. Raja, MD, MBA, MPH
Toll-like receptors are transmembrane proteins which sense and transmit infectious and inflammatory responses to the cells expressing them. Therapeutic strategies for the blockade of excessive Toll-like receptor signaling are being actively pursued for several diseases. Recently, Sparstolonin B, isolated from Chinese herb, which suppresses selectively Toll-like receptors has been studied... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: SHOCK - most viewed articles
Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) causes respiratory illnesses such as pneumonia, and has been reported to cause acute flaccid myelitis. Enterovirus A71 (EV-A71) is known to cause cardiopulmonary failure due to brainstem encephalitis, but there have been few reports of these conditions being associated with EV-D68. Outbreaks of EV-D68 infection have occurred... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 15-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ CASE REPORTS - recent articles
By Yogo, N., Imamura, T., Muto, Y., Hirai, K.
BACKGROUND Good visibility is essential for successful laryngeal surgery. A Tritube with outer diameter 4.4 mm, combined with flow-controlled ventilation (FCV), enables ventilation by active expiration with a sealed trachea and may improve laryngeal visibility. OBJECTIVES We hypothesised that a Tritube with FCV would provide better laryngeal visibility and surgical conditions... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ANESTHESIOLOGY - most viewed articles
Objective There is little consensus on the best way to measure emergency department (ED) crowding. We have previously developed a consensus-based measure, the International Crowding Measure in Emergency Departments. We aimed to externally validate a short form of the International Crowding Measure in Emergency Department (sICMED) against emergency physician’s perceptions... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE - most viewed articles
Purpose of review Massive haemorrhage is a significant cause of mortality and morbidity in a variety of clinical settings, although most research has been related to trauma patients. Military studies from recent conflicts found that higher ratios of plasma to red blood cells (RBCs) were associated with increased survival in... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: CURRENT OPINION IN CRITICAL CARE - most emailed articles
Purpose of review To summarize the differential diagnosis and diagnostic approach of sudden unresponsiveness with normal vital signs in various settings, including the ICU. Recent findings Sudden unresponsiveness may be either transient or persistent, and may result from primary brain diseases or nonstructural systemic conditions. Life-threatening causes should always be... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: CURRENT OPINION IN CRITICAL CARE - most viewed articles
Purpose of review Preoperative nutrition support has been extensively studied; however, data on the timing of postoperative nutrition initiation are scarce. The current review focuses on the importance of early nutritional support in surgical patients and their impact on outcomes. Recent findings Early nutrition support during the postoperative course may... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: CURRENT OPINION IN CRITICAL CARE - most viewed articles
No abstract available... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: CURRENT OPINION IN ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION - most viewed articles
The Andrew Herxheimer memorial lecture at the 2019 Paris general assembly of the International Society of Drug Bulletins, delivered by Alan Cassels (Communications Director, Therapeutics Initiative, University of British Columbia) and Dee Mangin (Professor of Family Medicine at McMaster University), focused on the burden of overprescribing. Both speakers provided a... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: DRUG AND THERAPEUTIC BULLETIN - online first
By Cave, J. A.
Recruiting participants into clinical trials is notoriously difficult and poses the greatest challenge when planning any investigative study. Poor recruitment may not only have financial ramifications owing to increased time and resources being spent but could adversely influence the clinical impact of a study if it becomes underpowered. Herein, we... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ OPEN - current issue only
By Ruban, A., Prechtl, C. G., Glaysher, M. A., Chhina, N., Al-Najim, W., Miras, A. D., Smith, C., P Goldstone, A., Patel, M., Moore, M., Ashrafian, H., Byrne, J. P., Teare, J. P.
Purpose The Danish Work Life Course Cohort (DaWCo) was initiated to study relations between working conditions, health and labour market affiliation using repeated measures of these factors throughout the working life, while accounting for health-differences pre-existing labour market entry. Participants The cohort encompasses all 15–30-year-old individuals residing in Denmark who... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ OPEN - current issue only
By Svane-Petersen, A. C., Framke, E., Sorensen, J. K., Rugulies, R., Madsen, I. E. H.
Objectives We aimed to analyse the healthcare seeking behaviours (HSB) of populations with different migration status and examine the relationship between migration status and HSB. Design A secondary analysis of cross-sectional data of China Labor-force Dynamics Survey wave 2016, which was conducted by the Sun Yat-sen University every 2 years... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ OPEN - recent issues
By Peng, B., Zhang, H., Shi, L., Ling, L.
Introduction The economic and health burden of sexually transmitted and genital infections (henceforth, STIs) in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs) is substantial. Left untreated, STIs during pregnancy may result in several adverse pregnancy and birth outcomes. Timely diagnosis and treatment at point-of-care (POC) can potentially improve these outcomes. Despite the... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ OPEN - current issue only
By Saweri, O. P., Batura, N., Adawiyah, R. a., Causer, L., Pomat, W., Vallely, A., Wiseman, V.
Objectives Greenspace is one of the important factors that can promote an active lifestyle. Thus, greener surroundings may be a motivating factor for people with newly diagnosed diabetes to engage in more physical activity. Given that diagnosis of type 2 diabetes (T2D) may serve as a window opportunity for behavioural... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ OPEN - current issue only
By Chong, S., Mazumdar, S., Ding, D., Morgan, G., Comino, E. J., Bauman, A., Jalaludin, B.
Objectives The diagnosis and treatment of acute leukaemia (AL) affect physical, psychosocial and existential functioning. Long-lasting treatment periods with impaired immune system, hygienic and social restrictions challenge patient well-being and rehabilitation as compared with other individuals with cancer. This study elucidates how AL patients, treated with curative intent in an... Leggi di più
Pubblicato il 14-11-2019
Fonte: BMJ OPEN - current issue only
By Jepsen, L. O., Friis, L. S., Hoybye, M. T., Marcher, C. W., Hansen, D. G.