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A simulation team-based crew resource management training programme was developed to provide a unique multidisciplinary learning experience for health care professionals in a regional hospital in Hong Kong. In this study, we evaluated how health care professionals perceive the programme.
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To study the latest epidemiology trend of geriatric hip fracture in Hong Kong, as well as the excess mortality for patients who undergo surgery for hip fracture.
To evaluate the efficacy of short-duration, open-ended ureteral catheter drainage as a replacement to indwelling stent, and to study the effect of tamsulosin on stent-induced pain and storage symptoms following uncomplicated ureteroscopic removal of stones.
To evaluate the effectiveness of various orthotic treatments for patients with isolated medial compartment osteoarthritis.
To explore pregnant women' views on the impact of nuchal cord on fetal outcomes, mode of delivery, and management.
To validate a locally developed chromatography-based method to monitor emerging drugs of abuse whilst performing regular drug testing in abusers.
Vitamin B12 deficiency is common among the elderly. Elderly people are particularly at risk of vitamin B12 deficiency because of the high prevalence of atrophic gastritis-associated food-cobalamin (vitamin B12) malabsorption, and the increasing prevalence of pernicious anaemia with advancing age. The deficiency most often goes unrecognised because the clinical manifestations are highly variable, often subtle and non-specific, but if left undiagnosed the consequences can be serious. Diagnosis of vitamin B12 ...