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AGA Clinical Practice Update: Surgical Risk Assessment and Perioperative Management in Cirrhosis.

Fatal flaws in clinical decision making.

Clinical decision making is a core competency of surgical practice, involving a continuous and evolving process of data interpretation and evaluation. The aim of this article is twofold. First, to recognize patient deaths where a clinical incident arose following unsatisfactory clinical decision making, determining where in the clinical decision-making process each failure occurred. Second, to discuss and explore individual incidents to provide lessons from which the surgical community can learn.

Advances in Clinical Cardiology 2017: A Summary of Key Clinical Trials.

Numerous important cardiology clinical trials have been published or presented at major international meetings during 2017. This paper aims to summarize these trials and place them in clinical context.

Narrative Review for Clinical Microbiology and Infection "how to" How to: Implement procalcitonin testing in my practice.

Adding procalcitonin (PCT) to antibiotic stewardship algorithms may improve antibiotic use. PCT protocols, however, need to be adapted to clinical settings and patient populations.

Future clinical applicability of optical coherence tomography angiography.

Optical coherence tomography angiography (OCT-A) is an emerging technology that allows for the non-invasive imaging of the ocular microvasculature. Despite the wealth of observations and numerous research studies illustrating the potential clinical uses of OCT-A, this technique is currently rarely used in routine clinical settings. In this review, technical and clinical aspects of OCT-A imaging are discussed, and the future clinical potential of OCT-A is considered. An understanding of the basic principles ...

New insights into the pathophysiology of fasciculations in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: An ultrasound study.

To describe the fasciculation pattern in ALS and to analyse its clinical and pathophysiological significance.

Bridging Gaps in Evidence-based Clinical Practice in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Observational Comparative Effectiveness Research for the Win.

What is clinical relevance?

Statistical significance is not the same as clinical relevance. Clinical relevance exists only when the patient feels a clear improvement by a measure.

The effect of five different universal adhesives on the clinical success of class I restorations: 24-month clinical follow-up.

The aim of this study was to evaluate the 24-month clinical performance of universal adhesives on the restoration success of Class I carious lesions.

What clinical rotation factors have an impact on trainee success?

Educators and trainees both recognise that autonomy, the number of patient encounters and setting learning outcomes are all vital for a successful residency. This study examined whether these clinical rotation characteristics have an impact on trainee success in an orthotic and prosthetic clinical residency.

Recent Developments in Clinical Terminologies - SNOMED CT, LOINC, and RxNorm.

 To discuss recent developments in clinical terminologies. SNOMED CT (Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terms) is the world's largest clinical terminology, developed by an international consortium. LOINC (Logical Observation Identifiers, Names, and Codes) is an international terminology widely used for clinical and laboratory observations. RxNorm is the standard drug terminology in the U.S.

Sex Bias in Interventional Clinical Trials.

Prior studies have shown that sex bias exists with subject enrollment in clinical trials, with more men being enrolled than women. The objective of this study was to identify if sex bias continues to exist in present day clinical trials entered into . We hypothesize that males and females are not equally represented in recent clinical trials.

The epidemiology and clinical manifestations of mucormycosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis of case reports.

To examine the contemporary epidemiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and causative pathogens of mucormycosis. The epidemiology of mucormycosis in the era of modern diagnostics is relatively under-explored.

Systematic Review of Typologies Used to Characterize Clinical Ethics Consultations.

Classifying the ethical issues in clinical ethics consultations is important to clinical practice and scholarship. We conducted a systematic review to characterize the typologies used to analyze clinical ethics consultations.

Uncovering the relation between clinical reasoning and diagnostic accuracy - An analysis of learner's clinical reasoning processes in virtual patients.

Clinical reasoning is an important topic in healthcare training, assessment, and research. Virtual patients (VPs) are a safe environment to teach, assess and perform research on clinical reasoning and diagnostic accuracy. Our aim was to explore the details of the clinical reasoning process and diagnostic accuracy of undergraduate medical students when working with VPs using a concept mapping tool.

Evolution of Clinical Trials in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases.

Since the first clinical trial of cortisone in ulcerative colitis in 1955, remarkable progress has been made in the design and conduct of clinical trials in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). In this review article, we will discuss evolution of clinical trials in IBD over the last 3-5 years.

Selected highlights from clinical anesthesia and pain management.

To review research highlights of manuscripts published in 2017 that pertain to all aspects of the clinical practice of anesthesiology.

Patient and Public Involvement in Infection Clinical Research.

Self-report measures of loss of control over eating: Psychometric properties in clinical and non-clinical samples.

Research evidence supports the clinical significance of subjective feelings of loss of control over eating; however, limited attention has been given to how this construct is assessed. Two measures have been developed in recent years (i.e., Eating Loss of Control Scale [ELOC] and Loss of Control over Eating Scale [LOCES]), but further validation in clinical and non-clinical samples is needed.

Clinical and Echocardiographic Predictors of Embolism in Infective Endocarditis: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Prediction of embolic events (EEs) in infective endocarditis (IE) could inform clinical decisions, such as surgical timing. We conducted a systematic review to more precisely define associations between risk factors and EEs.

Unproven Clinical Value of Interim FDG-PET in Aggressive Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma.

Chinese version of the clinical learning environment comparison survey: Assessment of reliability and validity.

Simulation is recommended as a substitute for clinical practice among nursing students. No current guidelines exist regarding the accurate percentage of simulation hours versus clinical practice hours. Comparing simulation with clinical practice is needed so that both strategies can be optimally combined in nursing education. The 29-item Clinical Learning Environment Comparison Survey (CLECS) is validated to compare the traditional and simulated clinical environment in meeting nursing students' learning nee...

Clinical and prognostic significance of glomerular C1q deposits in primary MN.

Although complement activation is believed to be important in mediating PMN, the pathways involved and clinical consequences remain controversial. Many cases of idiopathic or primary membranous nephropathy (PMN) present with subepithelial C1q deposits along with IgG and C3 on glomerular capillary walls but without deposits of IgA or IgM ("full house") by immunofluorescence or any causes of secondary MN. We sought to define the clinical and pathological significance of these C1q deposits in PMN by comparing ...

Reply to letter by B. D. McCullough regarding Kernan, Walter N., Catherine M. Viscoli, Robert W. Makuch, Lawrence M. Brass, and Ralph I. Horwitz (1999), "Stratified Randomization for Clinical Trials," Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 52(1), 19-26.

Clinical Pharmacy Services in a Multidisciplinary Specialty Pain Clinic.

To describe a model of clinical pharmacy services as part of a multidisciplinary specialty pain clinic by discussing 1) the role of a clinical pharmacist in a specialty setting, including clinical interventions implemented, and 2) how integration of a clinical pharmacist may translate into an improved patient care model for the management of chronic pain.

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