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Initiating Advance Care Planning in Primary Care: A Model for Success.

Primary care physicians recognize the importance of advance care planning (ACP) conversations and report lack of training and time in the office to start them. Previous efforts have shown that ACP is a low-risk high-value intervention for older patients and those with life-limiting illness.

Stability of end-of-life preferences in relation to health status and life-events: A cohort study with a 6-year follow-up among holders of an advance directive.

Stating preferences about care beforehand using advance care planning and advance directives has become increasingly common in current medicine. There is still lack of clarity what happens over the course of time in relation to these preferences. We wanted to determine whether the preferences about end-of-life care of a person owning an advance directive stay stable after the experience of a life-event; how often advance directives are altered and discussed with family members and physicians over time.

Strategies to Improve Start Time in the Operating Theatre: a Systematic Review.

Operating theatres represent a significant cost burden for healthcare providers around the world. Theatre start time is widely acknowledged as an important target for efficiency savings. However, there is uncertainty surrounding the effectiveness of strategies to improve start time, and questions regarding the barriers to their implementation. We conducted a systematic review of bibliographic databases to identify primary research papers assessing the effect of interventions on theatre start time. Two hundr...

Selection of seeding strategy for fast start-up of Anammox process with low concentration of Anammox sludge inoculum.

The long start-up time and large demand of Anammox seed sludge limit the practical application of Anammox process. In this study, the seeding strategy of fast start-up of Anammox process using 2.0 g VSS L of anaerobic granular sludge (AGS) or activated sludge (AS) with various low concentration of Anammox sludge as inoculum was investigated. In laboratory scale, the start-up (achieving 70% TN removal) was shortened from 21 days to 5 days when Anammox sludge concentration increased from 0.02 g ...

Sleepmore in Seattle: Later school start times are associated with more sleep and better performance in high school students.

Most teenagers are chronically sleep deprived. One strategy proposed to lengthen adolescent sleep is to delay secondary school start times. This would allow students to wake up later without shifting their bedtime, which is biologically determined by the circadian clock, resulting in a net increase in sleep. So far, there is no objective quantitative data showing that a single intervention such as delaying the school start time significantly increases daily sleep. The Seattle School District delayed the sec...

Early Start Peritoneal Dialysis: Technique Survival in Long-Term Follow-Up.

Peritoneal dialysis (PD) has gained interest over the last decade as a viable option for early start dialysis. It is still unknown if shorter break-in periods and less time for proper patient evaluation and training could influence technique survival in comparison to planned-start PD.

Effect of a Flying Versus Stationary Start on Wingate Test Outcomes Using an Electromagnetically-Braked Cycle Ergometer in Advanced Resistance-Trained Males.

The purpose of this study was to compare power outputs of the flying start to the stationary start method on an electromagnetically-braked cycle ergometer. Twenty advanced resistance-trained men (age 24.6 ± 4.5 years; 25.4 ± 2.5 kg/m) volunteered to participate in this study. A counter-balanced, repeated-measures design was utilized to randomly assign participants to either the flying start or the stationary start for their first Wingate test. Paired t tests were used to evaluate mean differences between ...

Fast Start-up of Shortcut Nitrification in a CSTR and an MBR.

In order to achieve fast start-up of shortcut nitrification, a continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR) and a membrane bioreactor (MBR) were selected for a comparative study about the start-up characteristic of shortcut nitrification. The differences in three aspects of the two reactors were investigated, namely start-up time, nitrogen transformation, and sludge performance. The results showed that the start-up of shortcut nitrification was successfully achieved in the CSTR and MBR after 44 and 56 days of ope...

On the Rate of Abiogenesis from a Bayesian Informatics Perspective.

Life appears to have emerged relatively quickly on the Earth, a fact sometimes used to justify a high rate of spontaneous abiogenesis (λ) among Earth-like worlds. Conditioned upon a single datum-the time of earliest evidence for life (t)-previous Bayesian formalisms for the posterior distribution of λ have demonstrated how inferences are highly sensitive to the priors. Rather than attempt to infer the true λ posterior, we here compute the relative change to λ when new experimental/observational evidence...

Virtual Hepatic Venous Pressure Gradient with CT: Ready for Prime Time?

Predicting the Post-Thrombotic Syndrome: Not Quite Ready for Prime Time.

The Cardioband annuloplasty system: is it ready for prime time?

Critical Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: Is It Ready for Prime Time?

Effects of school time on sleep duration and sleepiness in adolescents.

Delaying the time of start of school allows for longer sleep duration, better mood, and better school performance. In South Korea, a campaign was launched in 2014 to delay the school start time to 9 a.m. We analyzed the campaign's effects on adolescents' total sleep duration, sleepiness (presented as weekend catch-up sleep), emotions, and school performance. Based on data from 2013, changes of sleep patterns, emotions, and academic achievement in adolescents were evaluated using the 2012-2016 Korea Youth Ri...

Quick start-up and performance of microbial fuel cell enhanced with a polydiallyldimethylammonium chloride modified carbon felt anode.

It is of significant importance to simultaneously shorten the start-up time and enhance the electricity generation performance for practical application of microbial fuel cell (MFC). In this paper, the polydiallyldimethylammonium chloride (PDDA) modified carbon felt (PDDA-CF) electrode was prepared and used as the anode of PDDA-MFC. The anode significantly enhanced the start-up speed and electricity generation and dye wastewater degradation performances of the PDDA-MFC. The start-up time of PDDA-MFC is only...

Advance care planning: Meeting a crucial need.

To improve the healthcare team's comfort and efficacy with end-of-life conversations at a 474-licensed bed community acute care hospital through training on advance care planning (ACP) and advance directives (ADs).

A Rapid Cycle Improvement Approach to Increase Patient Readiness at Their Scheduled Appointment Time.

Patient unpunctuality negatively affects quality care. We found that 39% of patients at an academic primary care center were not ready to be evaluated at their scheduled appointment time. Our aim was to reduce this to 20% in 3 months' time.

Reply: Making Critical Care Ready for Prime Time in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Monitoring the Adaptive Immune System in Septic Shock Patients: Ready for Prime Time?

Red cell distribution width and prognosis in acute heart failure: ready for prime time!

Quantification of myocardial blood flow with dynamic SPECT acquisitions: ready for prime time?

Factors associated with advance directives completion among patients with advance care planning communication in Taipei, Taiwan.

Although advance directives (AD) have been implemented for years in western countries, the concept of AD is not promoted extensively in eastern countries. In this study we evaluate a program to systematically conduct advance care planning (ACP) communication for hospitalized patients in Taiwan and identify the factors associated with AD completion.

Nurses Preparation for Advanced Directives: An Integrative Review.

Although nurses have a legal and ethical responsibility to educate and help patients complete advance directives, few nurses have a clear understanding of their role. This review integrates 19 studies published between 1990 and 2018 of the knowledge or confidence of nurses and nursing students regarding advance directives or of education on advance directives in nursing curricula. Fewer than half of working nurses demonstrated knowledge, confidence, or both regarding advance directives, and nursing programs...

Diagnosing adrenal insufficiency in critical illness: time to go back to the start.

The time of DMARD start in Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis determines the likelihood of a drug-free remission in young adulthood.

To study JIA long-term outcomes in relation to the time of biological (b)DMARD initiation.

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