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Management of Spontaneous Pneumothorax and Postinterventional Pneumothorax: German S3-Guideline.

In Germany, 10,000 cases of spontaneous pneumothorax are treated inpatient every year. The German Society for Thoracic Surgery (DGT), in co-operation with the German Society for Pulmonology (DGP), the German Radiological Society (DRG) and the German Society of Internal Medicine (DGIM) has developed an S3 guideline on spontaneous pneumothorax and postinterventional pneumothorax moderated by the German Association of Scientific Medical Societies (AWMF).


Music Therapy and Pain Management in Patients with End-Stage Liver Disease: An Evidence-Based Practice Quality Improvement Project.

Pain can negatively affect the inpatient hospitalization experience; however, in patients with compromised metabolic pathways who are more vulnerable to medication side effects, pain control becomes even more challenging.

Incident command structure using a daily management system and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Patient Notification Toolkit drives effective response to an infection control breach.

When breaches in infection control occur, it is imperative that organizations respond in a manner that is effective, efficient, and rebuilds trust with patients. Readers will learn how the incident command structure, daily management system, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Patient Notification Toolkit were used to drive an effective response to an infection control breach-resulting in 92% of affected patients completing the recommended testing for hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and human imm...


Dynamic simulation and assessment of the coupling coordination degree of the economy-resource-environment system: Case of Wuhan City in China.

The environmental and resource issues that accompany rapid economic growth have attracted the attention of the government and the public. Multiple non-linear and complicated interactions exist between the economy, resource and environment subsystem. Accordingly, understanding the operating mechanism of the economy-resource-environment (ERE) system and evaluating its coordination level are of immense significance for sustainable urban development. This study uses system dynamics (SD) to build a dynamic model...

Implementation science in low-resource settings: using the interactive systems framework to improve hand hygiene in a tertiary hospital in Ghana.

Low-resource clinical settings often face obstacles that challenge the implementation of recommended evidence-based practices (EBPs). Implementation science approaches are useful in identifying barriers and developing strategies to address them.

The impact of dementia caregiving on self-care management of caregivers and facilitators: a qualitative study.

Caregivers of patients with dementia or Alzheimer's disease (AD) face special health challenges due to the progressive nature of the disease. Self-care has crucial importance on individuals' management of life, health, and well-being. However, limited evidence is available on self-care management of dementia and AD caregivers. This study aimed to investigate the influence of caregiving on the self-care management of dementia and AD caregivers based on the caregivers' experience. In addition, the facilitator...

Navigating Novelty and Risk in Resilience Management.

Resilience theory is increasingly applied to the management of global change impacts. There is growing concern, however, that misapplications of resilience-based management (RBM) can sometimes lead to undesirable outcomes. We address here an inescapable conundrum in the application of resilience theory: systems will need to track environmental change, but management that aims to support adaptive capacity can introduce undesirable levels of change. We provide a framework that links concepts from novel ecosys...

Do plants increase resource acquisition potential in the face of resource shortfalls, and if so, how?

Deep-vein thrombosis in Europe - Burden of illness in relationship to healthcare resource utilization and return to work.

Deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) forms a major healthcare burden in Europe, but exact estimates concerning the economic burden on society are lacking. This study reports results from the PREFER in VTE study concerning resource utilization and absence from work in DVT patients.

Models of support for disclosure of HIV status to HIV-infected children and adolescents in resource-limited settings.

Disclosure of HIV status to HIV-infected children and adolescents is a major care challenge. We describe current site characteristics related to disclosure of HIV status in resource-limited paediatric HIV care settings within the International Epidemiology Databases to Evaluate AIDS (IeDEA) consortium.

Participation, Retention, and Utilization of a Web-Based Chronic Disease Self-Management Intervention Among Older Adults.

Web-based self-management (web-based SM) interventions provide a potential resource for older adults to engage in their own chronic disease management. The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of age on participation, retention, and utilization of a web-based SM intervention.

Imaging in the Diagnosis and Management of Necrotizing Otitis Externa: A Survey of Practice Patterns.

To survey neurotologists and head and neck radiologists regarding use of imaging in the diagnosis and management of necrotizing otitis externa (NOE).

European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) consensus document on management of arrhythmias and cardiac electronic devices in the critically ill and post-surgery patient, endorsed by endorsed by Heart Rhythm Society (HRS), Asia Pacific Heart Rhythm Society (APHRS), Cardiac Arrhythmia Society of Southern Africa (CASSA), and Latin American Heart Rhythm Society (LAHRS).

Can We Apply National Cancer Grid of India Consensus Guidelines for the Management of Cervical Cancer in Low-Resource Settings?

Legal and Ethical Aspects of Pain Management.

In this manuscript we presented legal and ethical aspects of pain management. Pain is a global public health problem because the burden of acute and chronic pain is considerable and is continuously increasing. It has been postulated that pain management is a fundamental human right, and that health systems are obliged to ensure universal access to pain management services. The suggestion that pain management is a right was fuelled by ample evidence about inadequate treatment of pain. Undertreatment and unde...

Evaluation of new quality indicators for the TraumaRegister DGU using the systematic QUALIFY methodology.

The TraumaRegister DGU (TR-DGU) of the German Trauma Society (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Unfallchirurgie, DGU) enables the participating hospitals to perform quality management. For that purpose, nine so-called audit filters have existed, since its foundation, which, inter alia, is listed in the Annual Report. The objective of this study effort is a revision of these quality indicators with the aim of developing pertinent new and reliable quality indicators for the management of severely injured patients.

Management of aortic injury during minimally invasive lateral lumbar interbody fusion.

Minimally invasive lateral approaches to the lumbar spine allow for interbody fusion with good visualization of the disk space, minimal blood loss, and decreased length of stay. Major neurologic, vascular, and visceral complications are rare with this approach; however, the steps in management for severe vascular injuries are not well defined. We present a case report of aortic injury during lateral interbody fusion and discuss the use of endovascular repair.

CellMarker: a manually curated resource of cell markers in human and mouse.

One of the most fundamental questions in biology is what types of cells form different tissues and organs in a functionally coordinated fashion. Larger-scale single-cell sequencing and biology experiment studies are now rapidly opening up new ways to track this question by revealing substantial cell markers for distinguishing different cell types in tissues. Here, we developed the CellMarker database (http://biocc.hrbmu.edu.cn/CellMarker/ or http://bio-bigdata.hrbmu.edu.cn/CellMarker/), aiming to provide a ...

Human Otopathologic Findings in Cases of Folded Cochlear Implant Electrodes.

We hypothesize that human cases of cochlear implantation (CI) with folding of the electrode array will demonstrate greater degrees of intracochlear ossification, lower spiral ganglion neuron (SGN) counts, and poorer audiometric outcomes.

Management of Spontaneous Pneumothorax and Post-Interventional Pneumothorax: German S3 Guideline.

In Germany, 10,000 cases of spontaneous pneumothorax are treated inpatient every year. The German Society for Thoracic Surgery, in co-operation with the German Society for Pulmonology, the German Radiological Society, and the German Society of Internal Medicine has developed an S3 guideline on spontaneous pneumothorax and post-interventional pneumothorax moderated by the German Association of Scientific Medical Societies.

Patients experiences of self-management and strategies for dealing with chronic conditions in rural Malawi.

The high burden of chronic communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, and an escalating rise of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Malawi and other sub-Saharan African countries, calls for a shift in how health care services are designed and delivered. Patient-centred care and patient self-management are critical elements in chronic care, and are advocated as universal strategies. In sub-Saharan Africa, there is need for more evidence around the practice of patient self-management, and how to best support pat...

The evolving role of analytics to determine hospital risk management staffing.

This article presents the evolution of an independently developed research project to gather time data from hospital and health care system risk managers to establish an objective, justifiable means of determining necessary staffing levels to support risk management activities and department functions. The authors relied on the data submitted by study participants and did not independently audit the numbers provided.

Improving Opioid Management and Resource Utilization in an Internal Medicine Residency Clinic: A Before-After Study over Two Plan-Do-Study-Act Cycles.

Chronic pain and opioid management are challenging in primary care, especially for trainees with discontinuous ambulatory schedules and less practice experience. The study objective was to improve adherence to quality metrics and office visit utilization in a resident clinic.

Development of an in house ELISA for human intact osteocalcin and its utility in diagnosis and management of osteoporosis.

Serum Osteocalcin (OC) is a biomarker for evaluating bone turnover in humans. Commercial kits of OC in India are imported, hence expensive prohibiting their use in routine screening of osteoporosis. The present study describes the development, validation of human OC ELISA and establishes cut off values for its use in screening and management of women at risk for osteoporosis.

PTMD: A Database of Human Disease-associated Post-translational Modifications.

Various posttranslational modifications (PTMs) participate in nearly all aspects of biological processes by regulating protein functions, and aberrant states of PTMs are frequently implicated in human diseases. Therefore, an integral resource of PTM-disease associations (PDAs) would be a great help for both academic research and clinical use. In this work, we reported PTMD, a well-curated database containing PTMs that are associated with human diseases. We manually collected 1950 known PDAs in 749 proteins ...


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