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Road user hazard perception tests: A systematic review of current methodologies.

Poor hazard perception, or the ability to anticipate potentially dangerous road and traffic situations, has been linked to an increased crash risk. Novice and younger road users are typically poorer at hazard perception than experienced and older road users. Road traffic authorities have recognised the importance of hazard perception skills, with the inclusion of a hazard perception test in most Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) systems.

The regional consensus and agreement among managers of the SUS (Unified Health System) in the northeast of Brazil.

The creation of consensus and agreement among managers of the Unified Health System (SUS) was analyzed in Regional Interagency Commissions of two metropolitan scenarios, by means of a multiple case study for comparative analysis between the Metropolitan Region of Fortaleza-Ceará and the Metropolitan Region of Salvador-Bahia. The theoretical reference used was based on Mario Testa's work and on Habermas' Theory of Communicative Action. The data production merged documental analysis, interviews with managers...

Effects of Monocular Atropinization on Refractive Error and Eye Growth in Infant New World Monkeys.

To explore the effect of topical atropine on axial eye growth and emmetropization in infant marmosets.

Variation of Peripapillary Scleral Shape With Age.

To define the shape of the anterior surface of the peripapillary sclera (PPS) and evaluate its relationship with age and ocular determinants in a population-based Chinese cohort.

Emphysematous cystitis successfully treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy: case report.

Emphysematous cystitis is an uncommon acute infection of the underlying bladder musculature and mucosa, caused by gas-producing organisms. Here we describe an 87-year-old woman with diabetes mellitus and emphysematous cystitis who was successfully treated with hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2) therapy. Her predisposition of diabetes and infection with gas-producing bacteria was considered to precede the development of emphysematous cystitis. Computed tomography revealed gas accumulation in the bladder wall and lumen...

Identifying Homogeneous Outcome Groups in Adult Rehabilitation Using Cluster Analysis.

Adults receiving occupational therapy in inpatient rehabilitation are a heterogeneous population with differing needs, outcomes, and rehabilitation processes. Outcome studies based on what works for all clients may obscure the needs of population subgroups who benefit unequally from rehabilitation services.

Health Through Activity: Initial Evaluation of an In-Home Intervention for Older Adults With Cancer.

The objective of this study was to assess the feasibility of conducting a future full-scale trial to test the efficacy of an in-home occupational therapy intervention designed to reduce disability in older adult cancer survivors.

Commentary on "Benefits of Activity-Based Interventions Among Female Adolescents Who Are Overweight and Obese".

Lumpectomy plus Hormone or Radiation Therapy Alone for Women Aged 70 Years or Older with Hormone Receptor-Positive Early Stage Breast Cancer in the Modern Era: An Analysis of the National Cancer Database.

De-intensification of adjuvant therapy is being considered for older women with early-stage, biologically-favorable breast cancer. Although radiation therapy (RT) can be omitted in some cases, toxicity from endocrine therapy (ET) is not trivial, and adherence rates vary. We hypothesized that adjuvant RT alone would produce comparable survival outcomes as adjuvant ET alone among elderly patients treated with lumpectomy.

Clinical decision support recommending ventilator settings during noninvasive ventilation.

NIV therapy is used to provide positive pressure ventilation for patients. There are protocols describing what ventilator settings to use to initialize NIV; however, the guidelines for titrating ventilator settings are less specific. We developed an advisory system to recommend NIV ventilator setting titration and recorded respiratory therapist agreement rates at the bedside. We developed an algorithm (NIV advisor) to recommend when to change the non-invasive ventilator settings of IPAP, EPAP, and FiO based...

Augmentation of Positive Valence System-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy by Inaudible High-Frequency Sounds for Anhedonia: A Trial Protocol for a Pilot Study.

Recent conceptualizations in Research Domain Criteria have indicated that anhedonia, 1 of 2 core symptoms of depression, which can be treatment resistant, is associated with deficits in the positive valence system, and inaudible high-frequency sound therapy has been shown to enhance reward-related brain circuitry. Hence, cognitive behavioral therapy focusing on the positive valence system enhanced with sound therapy could have a synergistic effect on anhedonia.

Predicting diabetes second-line therapy initiation in the Australian population via time span-guided neural attention network.

The first line of treatment for people with Diabetes mellitus is metformin. However, over the course of the disease metformin may fail to achieve appropriate glycemic control, and a second-line therapy may become necessary. In this paper we introduce Tangle, a time span-guided neural attention model that can accurately and timely predict the upcoming need for a second-line diabetes therapy from administrative data in the Australian adult population. The method is suitable for designing automatic therapy rev...

A National Survey of Learning Activities and Instructional Strategies Used to Teach Occupation: Implications for Signature Pedagogies.

Occupational therapy practitioners' professional identities and distinctive contributions to health care connect essentially to their knowledge of occupation. Thus, the strategies educators use to convey occupation to students and the perspectives embedded in those strategies are critical topics for researchers.

Current Status of Helicobacter pylori Diagnosis and Eradication Therapy in Japan Using a Nationwide Database.

Helicobacter pylori infection increases the risk of stomach cancer; therefore, eradication therapy is recommended for infected individuals. Although several methods are recommended for the diagnosis and therapy of H. pylori infection, their frequency and effectiveness have not been fully investigated in Japan.

Effect of Plantar Flexor Muscle Strengthening on the Gait of Children With Idiopathic Toe Walking: A Study Protocol.

To evaluate the effect of plantar flexor strengthening associated with conventional physical therapy treatment in participants with idiopathic toe walking.

Photodynamic therapy for basal cell carcinoma of external auditory canal: a case report.

Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) that occurs in the external auditory canal (EAC) is very rare. Currently reported cases were mainly treated with surgical resection. Here, we described an early-detected BCC of the EAC, which achieved good results with photodynamic therapy (PDT).

Efficacy and toxicity of extended aromatase inhibitors after adjuvant aromatase inhibitors-containing therapy for hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer: a literature-based meta-analysis of randomized trials.

Endocrine therapy with aromatase inhibitors (AIs) is the cornerstone of adjuvant systemic treatment for postmenopausal patients with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer. It has become clear that hormone receptor-positive breast cancer carries a consistent risk of relapse up to 15 years after diagnosis. Extended duration of adjuvant AIs therapy after completing initial standard adjuvant AIs-containing therapy may prevent late recurrence and death. We performed a meta-analysis to assess the real impact of...

Cardiovascular Effects of Androgen Deprivation Therapy in Prostate Cancer.

This review paper is a comprehensive look at the cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk that is associated with the use of androgen deprivation therapy in prostate cancer. It summarizes when certain cancer therapies are indicated and should guide physicians in identifying patients at increased risk for CVD during prostate cancer therapy.

Gay, Lesbian, and Heterosexual Couples About to Begin Couples Therapy: An Online Relationship Assessment of 40,681 Couples.

We currently have little idea of precisely who goes for couples therapy. This is a report of the results of a validated online assessment of relationship and individual functioning based on 39,251 heterosexual, 1,022 lesbian, and 438 gay couples about to begin couples therapy. Using validated and reliable questionnaires of relationship and individual functioning, this report presents and compares, for each sexual-orientation, the percentage of couples, pre-therapy, who are coping with a variety of relations...

Outcomes of Patients with Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma Treated with Targeted Therapy After Immuno-oncology Checkpoint Inhibitors.

Immuno-oncology (IO) therapies have changed the treatment standards of metastatic renal cell carcinoma (mRCC). However, the effectiveness of targeted therapy following discontinuation of IO therapy in real-world settings has not been well studied.

Calcium state estimation by total calcium: the evidence to end the never-ending story.

Background Total blood calcium (TCa) is routinely used to diagnose and manage mineral and bone metabolism disorders. Numerous laboratories adjust TCa by albumin, though literature suggests there are some limits to this approach. Here we report a large retrospective study on agreement rate between ionized calcium (iCa) measurement and TCa or albumin-adjusted calcium measurements. Methods We retrospectively selected 5055 samples with simultaneous measurements of iCa, TCa, albumin and pH. We subgrouped our pat...

iNO Therapy in Patients with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia - Discrepancy between Widespread Use and Therapeutic Effects.

Despite recent studies failing to prove beneficial effects of iNO therapy in patients with CDH, its use is still widespread. The aim of this work was to analyze iNO use in a retrospective cohort focusing on outcome parameters. Patients 378 CDH patients born and treated in Mannheim University Medical Center, Department for Neonatology, between 2010 and 2017 constituted our cohort. Therapy was based on the standardized protocol of the CDH EURO Consortium.

New Insights on Choroidal Vascularity: A Comprehensive Topographic Approach.

To obtain a choroidal vascularity index (CVI) map of macular area on an Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy Study (ETDRS) grid.

Cone Structure Persists Beyond Margins of Short-Wavelength Autofluorescence in Choroideremia.

We studied the relationship between structure and function of the choriocapillaris (CC), retinal pigment epithelium (RPE), and photoreceptors in patients with choroideremia (CHM).

Symptom improvement and predictors associated with improvement after 6 weeks of alpha-blocker therapy: An exploratory, single-arm, open-label cohort study.

Clinicians should not only know how many patients will benefit from alpha-blocker therapy but should also be able to identify who will benefit. We studied the changes in patient symptoms following alpha-blocker therapy and the predictors of symptom improvement in clinical practice.

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