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GLM-based optimization of NGS data analysis: A case study of Roche 454, Ion Torrent PGM and Illumina NextSeq sequencing data.

There are various next-generation sequencing techniques, all of them striving to replace Sanger sequencing as the gold standard. However, false positive calls of single nucleotide variants and especially indels are a widely known problem of basically all sequencing platforms.


Beyond the Ebola Battle - Winning the War against Future Epidemics.

The battle to contain and ultimately defeat the Ebola epidemic of 2014-2015 has been vividly described.(1)-(3) Caught off guard from the start and hindered by myriad coordination, communication, and other problems, a combination of local and international teams fought back with determination, courage, and eventually the deployment of substantial resources to stem the contagion and save lives. Yet more than 11,000 people died, and local economies were brought to a halt. The battle was won, but at immense cos...

Divided Infringement in the Limelight of the Patent Battle Field.

Diagnostic patents usually comprise multiple steps and can be jointly implemented by different parties. However, in the USA, joint implementation may render diagnostic patents unenforceable in light of recent court opinions. Here, I explain how inappropriate claim drafting may render a diagnostic patent vulnerable to joint implementation.


Update in Hypertension Therapy.

Hypertension is the leading cause of early mortality in the world, and reduction of blood pressure can help to reduce that burden. There is an enormous and ever-expanding body of literature on hypertension, with a 2016 Medline search for hypertension retrieving more than 113,000 publications. Recent guidelines from major societies have been published, and often present conflicting recommendations based on the same data. Using a question-and-answer format, this article reviews some of the recent developments...

Comment on Cefalu et al. Update and Next Steps for Real-World Translation of Interventions for Type 2 Diabetes Prevention: Reflections From a Diabetes Care Editors' Expert Forum. Diabetes Care 2016;39:1186-1201.

Response to Comment on Cefalu et al. Update and Next Steps for Real-World Translation of Interventions for Type 2 Diabetes Prevention: Reflections From a Diabetes Care Editors' Expert Forum. Diabetes Care 2016;39:1186-1201.

HW 02-3 AMBULATORY CENTRAL BLOOD PRESSURE: WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE FOR VALIDATION?

Validation of a medical device measuring a biomarker is a complex process, involving technical aspects (What is actually measured by the device, and how is this done ? Is the measurement reproducible ? Is there a gold standard for measurement of the particular biomarker ? If yes, how accurate and how precise are the measurements by the device, compared to the gold standard ?) and clinical aspects (Do the measurements predict outcome ? If yes, is there added value, when standard clinical parameters are consi...

Analysis of HbA1c on an automated multicapillary zone electrophoresis system.

Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) is a frequently requested laboratory test and there is thus a need for high throughput instruments for this assay. We evaluated a new automated multicapillary zone electrophoresis instrument (Capillarys 3 Tera, Sebia, Lisses, France) for analysis of HbA1c in venous samples. Routine requested HbA1c samples were analyzed immunologically on a Roche c6000 instrument (n = 142) and then with the Capillarys 3 Tera instrument. The Capillarys 3 Tera instrument performed approximately 70 Hb...

Pressure Cooker-A Potential Hazard in Domestic Setting.

Pressure cooker is an integral part of Asian kitchen, and is frequently used in Nepal. Steam under pressure generated while cooking has high boiling point and great penetrating power. The use of pressure cooker in kitchen is associated with unintentional injuries that mostly include pressure cooker burns. In rare instances the pressure cooker may accidently explode and may cause serious injuries. The same mechanism is used in making explosive device for mass homicides. An unusual case of penetrating facial ...

Primary and secondary arterial hypertension - update 2016.

In patients with hypertension without diabetes and with an increased risk of cardiovascular complications a blood pressure of below 130 mmHg should be targeted. Hypertensive patients with an age above 80 years should be treated in the same way as younger hypertensive patients if they are otherwise healthy and functionally independent. On the other hand frail elderly patients could have an increased morbidity and mortality with intensive blood pressure control. In patients with resistant hypertension spirono...

Association of central venous pressure with intra-abdominal pressure, mean airway pressure and hemodynamics: an observational study.

Reduction of Medication Errors: A Unique Approach.

Medication errors are a source of serious patient harm. A unique approach, Socio-Technical Probabilistic Risk Assessment, was used to analyze historical errors in this setting. The goal was to identify a minimal number of steps that would establish increased reliability and decrease errors if these steps were used every time. Three steps were identified that should be taken with every intravenous medication or fluid administration. Preliminary analysis revealed a 22% reduction in errors when using these 3 s...

Roche breaks with PacBio, opts for Genia.

An update on ocular allergy.

The update reviews prevalence, classification, cause, and treatment options for allergic eye disease.

Suitability of blood-pressure-to-height ratio as the criterion for high blood pressure in children in an environmental study.

Blood-pressure-to-height ratio is considered a simple, accurate, inexpensive and non-age-dependent index for screening high blood pressure in a clinical setting, but its suitability in epidemiological surveys was not taken into consideration. The aim of this study was to test the suitability of blood-pressure-to-height ratio against blood pressure for age percentiles for the identification of high blood pressure in an environmental study.

Our Role in the Battle Against Adolescent Obesity.

Equilibria of oligomeric proteins under high pressure - a theoretical description.

High pressure methods have become a useful tool for studying protein structure and stability. Using them, various physico-chemical processes including protein unfolding, aggregation, oligomer dissociation or enzyme-activity decrease were studied on many different proteins. Oligomeric protein dissociation is a process that can perfectly utilize the potential of high-pressure techniques, as the high pressure shifts the equilibria to higher concentrations making them better observable by spectroscopic methods....

Pressure Mapping in Elderly Care: A Tool to Increase Pressure Injury Knowledge and Awareness Among Staff.

The purpose of this study was to evaluate the use of a pressure mapping system with real-time feedback of pressure points in elderly care, with specific focus on pressure injury (PI) knowledge/attitudes (staff), interface pressure, and PI prevention activities (residents).

The ideal dual-isotope imaging combination in evaluating patients with suspected infection of pelvic pressure ulcers.

The successful management of infected pelvic pressure ulcer patients (PPUP) depends on the distinction between infections limited to soft tissue (STI) and those with underlying osteomyelitis (OM), which can be difficult to determine clinically. Dual-isotope (DI) comprehensive imaging has excellent accuracy in localizing diabetic foot infection and differentiating OM from STI with SPECT/CT utilization. In this study, we assess the accuracy and confidence of the different DI SPECT/CT imaging steps in PPUP wit...

High pressure (31)P NMR spectroscopy on guanine nucleotides.

The (31)P NMR pressure response of guanine nucleotides bound to proteins has been studied in the past for characterizing the pressure perturbation of conformational equilibria. The pressure response of the (31)P NMR chemical shifts of the phosphate groups of GMP, GDP, and GTP as well as the commonly used GTP analogs GppNHp, GppCH2p and GTPγS was measured in the absence and presence of Mg(2+)-ions within a pressure range up to 200 MPa. The pressure dependence of chemical shifts is clearly non-linear. For a...

Understanding Blood Pressure Variation and Variability: Biological Importance and Clinical Significance.

Variability is a normative property of blood pressure necessary for survival which likely contributes to morbidity and mortality through allostatic load. Because of its allostatic and adaptive properties blood pressure responses to peculiar situations like the visit to the clinic can lead to the misdiagnosis of hypertension. Cuff methods of blood pressure measurement can also create blood pressure variation when there really is none. There are also physiological differences between populations related to th...

Classification of Adult Renal Tumors: An Update.

The fourth edition of the World Health Organization (WHO) report was published in January 2016 and focused especially on the kidney tumors and several new concepts. Many steps forward in the subclassification have been taken. Several new entities have been added, as major progress on a genetic level has been made. Some already well-known entities have new prognosis in accordance with longer follow up and research, and some concepts of well-known groups have been refined.

The Battle Over Bathrooms: A Solution Without a Problem.

Searching for baseline blood pressure: A comparison of blood pressure at three different care points.

A common approach to blood pressure management in the operating room is to keep the intraoperative, pressures within 20% of baseline blood pressure. One question that arises from this recommendation is; what is a patient's true baseline blood pressure? In order to get a more precise definition of baseline blood pressure, a comparison of the first operating room blood pressure was made with the blood pressure taken in a preoperative holding area before surgery, and the blood pressure taken in pre-surgical te...

How Accurate Are Home Blood Pressure Devices in Use? A Cross-Sectional Study.

Out of office blood pressure measurements, using either home monitors or 24 hour ambulatory monitoring, is widely recommended for management of hypertension. Though validation protocols, meant to be used by manufacturers, exist for blood pressure monitors, there is scant data in the literature about the accuracy of home blood pressure monitors in actual clinical practice. We performed a chart review in the blood pressure assessment clinic at a tertiary care centre.


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