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Orthostatic Hypotension: An Important Risk Factor for Clinical Progression to Mild Cognitive Impairment or Dementia. The Amsterdam Dementia Cohort.

Orthostatic hypotension (OH) has been cross-sectionally and longitudinally related to dementia in the general population. Whether OH contributes to clinical progression to mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia is less certain. Also, differences in risk of progression between patients with early OH (EOH) versus delayed and/or prolonged OH (DPOH) are unclear.

Community Benefit Spending Among North Carolina's Tax-Exempt Hospitals After Performing Community Health Needs Assessments.

As of March 23, 2012, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires tax-exempt hospitals to conduct Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) every 3 years to incentivize hospitals to provide programs responsive to the health needs of their communities.

Technology and Dementia: The Future Is Now.

Non-Invasive Estimation of Hemoglobin Using a Multi-Model Stacking Regressor.

Objective We describe a novel machine-learning based method to estimate total Hemoglobin (Hb) using photoplethysmograms (PPGs) acquired non-invasively.

Risk of dementia in stroke-free patients diagnosed with atrial fibrillation: data from a population-based cohort.

Atrial fibrillation (AF) is generally regarded as a risk factor for dementia, though longitudinal studies assessing the association between AF and dementia have shown inconsistent results. This study aimed to determine the effect of AF on the risk of developing dementia using a longitudinal, community-based, and stroke-free elderly cohort.

Inverse association between serum albumin and depressive symptoms among drug-free individuals with a recent suicide attempt.

Albumin is a protein with multifaceted functions in the human body. According to many studies, lower serum albumin may be associated with depression in various groups of psychiatric and non-psychiatric patients, as well as with attempted suicide. As more severe depressive symptoms have been identified as a reliable risk factor for suicide in patients with high suicide risk, it would be of interest to study whether, the inverse association between depressive symptoms and albumin may exist among patients with...

History of Dementia.

The term dementia derives from the Latin root demens, which means being out of one's mind. Although the term "dementia" has been used since the 13th century, its mention in the medical community was reported in the 18th century. Even though the Greeks postulated a cerebral origin, the concept was not restricted to senile dementia and included all sorts of psychiatric and neurological conditions leading to psychosocial consequences. In the 19th century, individuals with dementia were recognized as patients, ...

Creating a dementia enabling university using a Knowledge Translation approach: Innovative practice.

Preliminary study of the role of general hospital psychiatric ward for patients with dementia in Japan.

A psychiatric ward in a general hospital might be suitable for people with dementia because of the comprehensive medical care available. The aim was to investigate the characteristics of 86 patients with dementia admitted to psychiatric ward in a general hospital. About 40% of the patients were admitted due to a diagnosis of dementia and the need for treatment of a physical disease. The expected roles of psychiatric ward in a general hospital for patients with dementia include the acute care of physical and...

Structural Characterization of a Gold/Serum Albumin Complex.

The medicinal gold(III) dithiocarbamato complex AuL forms a stable adduct with bovine serum albumin. The crystal structure reveals that a single gold(I) center is bound to Cys34, with the dithiocarbamato ligand being released. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first structure for a gold adduct of serum albumin.

Consumption of psychoactive substances in prison: Between initiation and improvement, what trajectories occur after incarceration? COSMOS study data.

Few studies have examined the consumption trajectories of inmates after entry to prison. The aim of this study was to assess the changes in the consumption of psychoactive substance between the period before detention and during incarceration and to characterize the profiles of prisoners with similar consumption trajectories during incarceration.

Osteoporosis in patients with dementia is associated with high morbidity and mortality: Findings from a single orthogeriatric unit.

Osteoporosis and dementia are common and associated with a high healthcare burden. The aim of this paper was to assess the impact of dementia on treatment, morbidity and mortality in osteoporosis.

Potentially inappropriate prescribing in people with dementia: an Australian population-based study.

To investigate the prevalence of potentially inappropriate prescribing (PIP) using the Screening Tool of Older Person's Prescriptions (STOPP) criteria in people with dementia compared to people without dementia.

SPS: Understanding the complexity.

Stiff-person syndrome (SPS), first described in 1956 by Moersch and Woltman, is a progressive autoimmune disorder with core features of chronic fluctuating progressive truncal and limb rigidity and painful muscle spasms leading to gait difficulties, falls and an appearance that resembles tin soldiers. The syndrome is a rare, highly disabling disorder of the central nervous and frequently results in significant disability. Understanding of the etiology, clinical spectrum, diagnostic workup and therapeutic mo...

Albumin losses during hemodiafiltration: all dialyzers are not created equal - a case report.

Online hemodiafiltration (OL-HDF) is associated with better removal of both small and middle molecules and might improve survival compared to conventional hemodialysis (HD). Nevertheless, hemodiafiltration (HDF) can lead to an increase in albumin loss across the dialyzer, especially with high permeability membrane and high convective volume (CV). We present the case of a patient treated by OL-HDF who developed severe hypoalbuminemia resulting from massive albumin loss into dialysate.

Reply to Dai et al.

We thank Dai et al. for their interest in our study. Indeed plasma albumin levels significantly differed between patients with and without liver dysfunction (LD) in our exploration cohort. As mentioned by the authors, it is already known that decreased plasma albumin levels correlate with perioperative outcome. However, we feel quite confident about our results as we were able to validate the predictive potential of our microRNA (miRNA) signature in an independent validation cohort where no significant diff...

Facilitators for person-centred care of inpatients with dementia: A meta-synthesis of registered nurses' experiences.

The association between eating difficulties and biliary sludge in the gallbladder in older adults with advanced dementia, at end of life.

In clinical settings, untreatable biliary sludge in the gallbladder can be observed in older adults with advanced dementia. The underlying cause of biliary sludge existence in patients with dementia is currently unknown. Therefore, we aimed to investigate the prevalence, risk factors, and related outcomes of biliary sludge formation in the gallbladder of older adults with dementia.

Validity of screening instruments for the detection of dementia and mild cognitive impairment in hospital inpatients: A systematic review of diagnostic accuracy studies.

As the population ages, Alzheimer's disease and other subtypes of dementia are becoming increasingly prevalent. However, in recent years, diagnosis has often been delayed or not made at all. Thus, improving the rate of diagnosis has become an integral part of national dementia strategies. Although screening for dementia remains controversial, the case is strong for screening for dementia and other forms of cognitive impairment in hospital inpatients. For this reason, the objective of this systematic review ...

Frailty Is Related to Subjective Cognitive Decline in Older Women without Dementia.

Physical frailty (or loss of physiologic reserve) is associated with cognitive impairment and dementia. Subjective cognitive decline (SCD) may represent early pathologic changes of dementia. The association between these disease markers is unclear.

Incorporating symptom data in longitudinal disease trajectories for more detailed patient stratification.

Use symptoms to stratify temporal disease trajectories.

Effects of Using Music Therapy for Patients Suffering From Dementia.

The purpose of this study was to discuss the mental and physical effects of using music therapy with patients suffering with dementia. Like any type of therapy, there are guidelines for measuring the effects. Music therapy can be used as a substitute for pharmaceuticals with dementia patients. The earlier the diagnosis and the earlier treatment commences for dementia patients, the more likely the treatment will work. Music therapy can reach the part of the brain where we hold memories, which is why it is us...

Small fluorescent albumin nanoparticles for targeted photothermal therapy via albumin-Binding protein pathways.

Targeted delivery of nanotheranostics to tumor site plays critical roles in the diagnosis and treatment of cancers, therefore, fabrication of targeted nanotheranostics has attracted increasing interest these years. Especially, nutrient transporters exhibit great prospect in the targeted delivery of nanotheranostics. However, small albumin nanoparticles which could even demonstrate more outstanding targeting ability via albumin-binding protein pathways than those nanoparticles modified with targeting ligands...

Pathways to care for people for dementia: an international multi-centre study.

The aim of the present study was to characterize the clinical pathways that people with dementia (PwD) in different countries follow to reach specialized dementia care.

A Groupware Tool to Facilitate Caregiving for Home-Dwelling Frail Older Persons in the Netherlands: Mixed-Methods Study.

Collaboration among informal and formal caregivers in a mixed care network of home-dwelling elderly may benefit from using a groupware app for digital networked communication (DNC).

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