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14:57 EDT 23rd March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 516 from The New Zealand medical journal

Where are we going with cancer treatment in New Zealand?

Relationship between estimated glomerular filtration rate and incident cardiovascular disease in an ethnically diverse primary care cohort.

To investigate eGFR as an independent risk factor for CVD in a New Zealand primary care cohort, stratified by disease status (prior CVD, diabetes or no CVD or diabetes).

The factors that lead to a delay between general practitioner referral of symptomatic patients and specialist diagnosis of colorectal cancer: an audit in the Bay of Plenty District Health Board.

To determine factors leading to delay between referral by the GP of symptomatic patients and subsequent specialist diagnosis of colon or rectum cancer (CRC).

Developing a regional cancer service; lessons from the Waitemata Cancer Patient Experience Survey.

As part of a project developing cancer service capability, the National Health Service (NHS) Cancer patient experience survey was used to assess the currently available services at Waitemata District Health Board (WDHB).

New Zealand Society of Gastroenterology Guidelines on Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Inflammatory Bowel Disease.

The incidence of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in New Zealand has increased over the last several decades. The management of IBD has been transformed since the introduction of monoclonal antibody drugs. Other medications used in the treatment of IBD include amino-salicylates, steroids, thiopurines and methotrexate. Therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) involves the measurement of serum drug levels or active metabolites and anti-drug antibodies. TDM is essential for a personalised approach to the management o...

Vision screening in New Zealand: an audit of the B4 School Check.

To assess the accuracy of the B4 School Check (B4SC) vision screening programme in two distinct regions of New Zealand.

Considering evidence for ethnicity bias using assessment case scenarios and medical student correctness and certainty.

There is inequitable distribution of health risks, exposures, resources and outcomes by ethnicity. This may be contributed to by health professional bias. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between ethnicity of patients, within written assessment case scenarios, and medical students' response correctness and certainty.

District health board of residence, ethnicity and socioeconomic status all impact publicly funded insulin pump uptake in New Zealand patients with type 1 diabetes.

Insulin pump therapy (CSII) is becoming increasingly common for those living with type 1 diabetes (T1D), and has been publicly funded in New Zealand since 2012. The aim of the current study was to examine national uptake of publicly funded pumps from 2012 to 2016, with a focus on the proportion of patients using pumps analysed according to district health board (DHB) as well as demographic characteristics.

Beau lines and telogen effluvium following aluminium phosphide poisoning.

Successful intravascular lithotripsy for severely calcified left anterior descending coronary artery stenosis.

Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) of heavily calcified stenoses remains a significant challenge to interventional cardiologists. Over the last years, high-pressure balloons, cutting balloons as well as atherectomy devices have been used to tackle such lesions. Lithoplasty is a method of lesion modification using intravascular lithotripsy (IVL, shockwave) to treat particularly calcified coronary lesions. A 55-year-old male without previous cardiac history reported chest pain and was found to have ECG ...

Lifespan of New Zealand Second World War veterans from one large cemetery: the case for a national-level study.

Comment on: "Quality of electronic records documenting adverse drug reactions…".

Switching from gabapentin to pregabalin.

Advancing transgender healthcare teaching in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

Nothing short of universal healthcare coverage, fully funded and without charge both in primary and hospital care is good enough for New Zealand.

The 'elephants in the room' for New Zealand's health system in its 80th anniversary year: general practice charges and ownership models.

The 2018 year signalled the 80th anniversary of the Social Security Act 1938. In order to implement this legislation, a historic compromise between the government and the medical profession created institutional arrangements for the New Zealand health system that endure to this day. The 2018 year also marked the commencement of a Ministerial review of the New Zealand health system. This article considers two intertwined arrangements which stem from the post-1938 compromise that the Ministerial review will n...

Self-harm in adults: a comparison between the middle-aged and the elderly.

In New Zealand, men aged 45-49 years and 85 years and above have one of the highest suicide rates. As the population in New Zealand ages, it is anticipated that the absolute number of late-life suicides will rise. Self-harm is one of the better predictors of future suicide. The aims of this study are to: (i) characterise middle-aged (45-64 years) and older-aged people (65+ years) who have self-harmed; and (ii) determine whether there are differences between the two age groups.

Specialist mental health care for older adults in New Zealand-an exploration of service models and routine data.

Older people experiencing mental distress are commonly overlooked in research and policy in New Zealand, partly due to lack of consistent national service provision and collation of information. This study aimed to: 1. Describe service arrangements for older people's mental health; 2. Describe mental health service use from age 65, where data is available.

The development and first six years of a nurse-led chest pain clinic.

Chest pain is a common symptom that creates significant anxiety for patients until a diagnosis can be offered. However, hospital cardiology services can struggle to cope with referral demands from primary care. The aim of this paper is to describe the development and implementation of a nurse-led chest pain service, its care processes and clinical outcomes to show feasibility, safety and sustainability.

Lifetime risk of primary total knee replacement surgery in New Zealand from 2000 to 2015.

To estimate the lifetime risk of total knee replacement surgery (TKR) including unicompartmental knee replacement surgery (UKR) for osteoarthritis (OA) in New Zealand, and to identify if lifetime risk is changing over time.

Video or verbal? A randomised trial of the informed consent process prior to endoscopy.

Informed consent (IC) prior to endoscopy is often inconsistently and poorly performed. We compared use of video-assisted consent to standard verbal consent for enhancing patients' recollection of procedural risks, understanding and fulfilment of expectation.

SF-12 indicators of health following the 22 February 2011 Christchurch earthquake.

To explore the health status of people who experienced the magnitude 6.3 earthquake in Christchurch on 22 February 2011, across time and in comparison with other New Zealanders.

Addition of explicit guidance to acute pancreatitis guidelines increases compliance with amylase measurement recommendations.

Hospital HealthPathways is an online database of local clinical guidelines produced by a dedicated team for use within Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) hospitals. A 'Practice Point'-a bullet point making explicit a recommendation within the body of a clinical guideline-was added to the guideline for acute pancreatitis, instructing users to avoid serial measurements of serum amylase levels. The aim was to explore whether the addition of this Practice Point affected compliance with the amylase measurem...

Examining the accuracy of the New Zealand B4 School Check universal health service anthropometric measurements of children.

The aim of the current study was to determine whether anthropometric data from the New Zealand B4 School Check (B4SC) universal health service assessments are comparable to research grade anthropometric data.

Minimal risk of PFOS residues in eel to Māori consumers.


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