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To identify priority interventions for the prevention and reduction of work stress and burnout in hospital doctors through analysis of (1) doctors' experiences of work stress and burnout and (2) their preferences with respect to interventions.
Numerous adverse drug events (ADEs) are not identified by doctors in medical emergencies, and they are a barrier to optimal treatment of patients. Identification of the factors that influence awareness of ADEs by doctors could allow events that compromise patient safety to be avoided. The aims of this study were to quantify the recognition of ADEs by emergency room (ER) doctors and to identify the factors associated with the lack of identification of drug-related risks.
Kidney transplantation is the optimal treatment for patients with kidney failure. A successful transplant offers better quality of life decreased hospitalizations and longer survival. However, the number of kidneys available for transplantation is limited, and the median wait time ranges from 2-8 years. Therefore, it is of major importance to optimize graft survival. Graft longevity requires that patients follow their medication regimen in terms of dosing and timing intake and practice self-management behav...
Renal transplantation of adult-size kidneys presents a size mismatch in small children. This study presents a comparison of live donor predonation and recipient posttransplant kidney volumes (k-vol) and glomerular size at 1 year after transplantation. We analyzed 47 pediatric renal transplant recipients weighing
Post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder (PTLD) is a serious, life-threatening complication in organ transplant patients receiving immunosuppressive therapy. The risk factors include Epstein-Barr virus infection and a cumulative dose of the immunosuppression.
Healthcare delivery and education face critical potential shortages in the foreseeable future in terms of retaining doctors nearing the time of retirement - doctors who have experience-based knowledge to pass onto the next generation. Retirement decisions are driven by a combination of macro-related, job and individual factors. This is a constantly shifting space; findings from earlier studies do not always help us understand the retirement decisions of contemporary cohorts of doctors. To address these issu...
Waste management historically focused on the protection of human health and the natural environment from the impacts of littering and dispersion of pollutants. An additional and more recent concern is the resource value of waste. Our analysis shows that the regulatory concept of waste in the European Union, which comprises environmental principles, the legal definition of waste, legal requirements, and policy implementation, is not fit for addressing this concern. The legal definition of waste overlooks the...
The relevance of vitamin D for infections after kidney transplantation is poorly defined. 25-OH vitamin D (25-OHD) levels of 135 kidney transplant recipients, enrolled in the Swiss Transplant Cohort Study, were determined peri-transplant and 6 months post-transplant. Logistic regression was used to address associations of 25-OHD and overall infections and bacterial infections, respectively. For the first 6 months post-transplant, 25-OHD peri-transplant, and for the second period (after 6 to 30 months post-t...
Primary care doctors are responsible to provide smoking cessation intervention (SCI) to smokers in a community. This study aimed to assess the SCI practice among primary care doctors themselves and its associated factors.
Mechanical properties of the brain tissue are crucial to understand the mechanisms of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Injured brain tissue could induce changes of mechanical properties and anatomical structures. However, limited data is available for the injured tissue.
Locum doctors are often perceived to present greater risks of causing harm to patients than permanent doctors. After eligibility and quality assessment, eight empirical and 34 non-empirical papers were included in a narrative synthesis to establish what was known about the quality and safety of locum medical practice. Empirical literature was limited and weak methodologically. Locums enabled healthcare organisations to maintain appropriate staffing levels and allowed staffing flexibility, but they also gave...
Severely elevated pre-transplant pulmonary vascular resistance (PVR) has been linked to adverse effects after heart transplantation (HTX). The impact of a moderately increased PVR before HTX on post-transplant outcomes remains uncertain. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of an elevated pre-transplant PVR ≥ 300 dyn·s·cm (≥3.75 Wood units) on outcomes after HTX.
An important part of doctors' identity is the social position they adopt relative to patients. Dialogic theory predicts that medical school discourses influence the positions students incorporate into their professional identities. Since this may affect how students later exercise power in doctor-patient relationships, we set out to examine how faculty position doctors in relation to patients.
Advances in medicine have seen changes in mortality in Western countries. Simultaneously, countries such as Australia, Canada, USA, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Germany have encouraged consumer-directed care and Advance Care Plan (ACP) completion, giving patients a voice despite incapacity. Adhering to ACPs relies on the decision-making of treating doctors, making hospital doctors key partners, and their perspectives on ACP adherence critical.
Medical doctors are prone to stress and utilize a variety of coping strategies. This study aims to measure the level of perceived stress and its relationship with coping strategies among doctors working in a tertiary hospital in Ile-Ife, Nigeria.
A 59-year-old man presented with fever and lower extremity myalgia. Laboratory studies revealed elevated C-reactive protein. F-FDG PET/CT demonstrated FDG uptake not only in the brachial arteries, femoral arteries, and their main ramifications, which were equivalent to small- to medium-sized arteries but also in the kidneys. Angiography revealed a renal aneurysm, confirming the diagnosis of polyarteritis nodosa. The increased FDG uptake in the vessels and kidneys resolved after 6 months of glucocorticoid tr...
Invasive fungal infection (IFI) in solid organ transplant (SOT) recipients is associated with significant morbidity and mortality. The long-term probability of post-transplant IFI is poorly understood.
During routine post-kidney transplant care, most European transplant physicians screen patients for asymptomatic bacteriuria. The usefulness of this strategy is debated. To make screening cost-effective, asymptomatic bacteriuria should be prevalent enough to justify the expense, and antibiotics should improve patient outcomes significantly if asymptomatic bacteriuria is detected. Regrettably, the prevalence of asymptomatic bacteriuria among kidney transplant recipients is not well defined.
Tumor necrosis factor receptor 2 (TNFR2) is strongly upregulated on renal tubular epithelial cells by acute cell-mediated rejection (ACR). In human kidney organ culture, TNFR2 signaling both upregulates TNFR2 expression and promotes cell cycle entry of tubular epithelial cells. We find significantly more cells express CD133 mRNA and protein, a putative stem cell marker, in allograft biopsies with ACR compared to acute tubular injury (ATI) without rejection or pre-transplant "normal kidney" (NK) biopsies. ~8...
Our aim was to evaluate liver transplant outcomes involving donors with high macrosteatosis grafts in the obese modern liver transplant recipient population.
In response to a longstanding Federal mandate to minimize the role of geography in access to transplant in the United States, we assessed whether patient travel distance was associated with lung transplant outcomes. We focused on the posttransplant time period, when the majority of patient visits to a transplant center occur.
The kidney is the most commonly transplanted solid organ. Advances in surgical techniques, immunosuppression regimens, surveillance imaging, and histopathologic diagnosis of rejection have allowed prolonged graft survival times. However, the demand for kidneys continues to outgrow the available supply, and there are efforts to increase use of donor kidneys with moderate- or high-risk profiles. This highlights the importance of evaluating the renal transplant patient in the context of both donor and recipien...
Background The inclusion of pharmacist in health care system is essential to ensure optimal patient care. However, with the passage of time, pharmacist's role has transcended from dispensing, compounding and counting of pills, to more sophisticated clinical duties. Objective To evaluate doctors' experience, perceptions and expectations regarding pharmacists' role in Pakistani healthcare settings. Setting All tertiary care hospitals across 26 cities of Pakistan. Method A cross-sectional study using a self-ad...
Many doctors regard online reviews and ratings of their professional work as menacing or defamatory. Some even expect that their reputation and economic success could be deeply compromised. Constant jurisdiction in Germany however has straightened out, that there is no avoidance strategy. In this overview I consider some options for doctors, who actively want to go into the matter.