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Outpatients' recall of information when provided with an audio recording: A mixed-methods study.

While the ability to recall medical information is crucial, it is known to be a considerable challenge for many patients. Consequently, we aimed to investigate whether replay could enhance information recall and to explore the extent of information recall in a group of Danish outpatients.

Author Correction: Markers of subclinical vascular damages associate with indices of adiposity and blood pressure in obese children.

Since the publication of this paper, it has been noted that the author Denise Marcon had been missed out of the author list. The correct author list is shown above.

Improving Patient Comprehension of Screening Mammography Recall Lay Letters.

In accordance with the Mammography Quality Standards Act, recall lay letters should be written using language that is "easily understood by a lay person." The authors hypothesized that the readability of their institution's current recall lay letter may contribute to the misinterpretation of intended time for patient return. Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate the comprehension of the current recall lay letter statement.

Foodborne Outbreak Investigation: Effect of Recall Inaccuracies on Food Histories.

Comparably low accuracy of dietary recall is present after 7 and 18 days. Experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms did not affect accuracy of dietary recall. Repeatedly recalling food exposures leads to a higher rate of false positives. Prevalence of exposure was associated with higher sensitivity and lower specificity. Recall inaccuracies can be quantified and accounted for in public health practice.

Using meta-analyses to improve risk estimates of specific birth defects.

Meta-analysis is a powerful framework for combining information across several studies and it is a particularly appealing option in birth defect research. Given that individual birth defects are rare, studies of specific birth defects are often hampered by small numbers. To deal with issues stemming from the small number of infants with a given birth defect, it is common to group birth defects, resulting in analyses of outcomes like "all birth defects" or all birth defects in a given body system.

Evaluating consistency of recall of maternal and newborn care complications and intervention coverage using PMA panel data in SNNPR, Ethiopia.

There is recognition that effective interventions are available to prevent neonatal and maternal deaths but providing reliable and valid coverage estimates remains a challenge. Household surveys rely on recall of self-reported events that may span up to 5 years, raising concerns of recall bias.

Correction to: Coronal and sagittal laxity affects clinical outcomes in posterior-stabilized total knee arthroplasty: assessment of well-functioning knees.

Unfortunately, the co-author "Hiroki Katagiri' was omitted in the original publication from the author group. The author name is added here. The original article has been corrected.

Maternal confidence for physiologic birth: Associated prenatal characteristics and outcomes.

Pregnancy, labor, and birth are normal, physiologic processes. Women often seek information during pregnancy to enhance their confidence for physiologic birth. Little is known about confidence for physiologic birth and associated prenatal characteristics and birth outcomes such as provider type, source of labor and birth information, mode of birth, and use of pain medication in labor. The purpose of this study was to examine prenatal confidence for physiologic birth and associated prenatal characteristics a...

Health care experiences and birth outcomes: Results of an Aboriginal birth cohort.

The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between perceived discrimination in perinatal care and birth outcomes of women giving birth to an Aboriginal baby in South Australia using methods designed to respect Aboriginal culture and communities.

The evolution of the science of kangaroo (mother) care (skin-to-skin contact).

In the early 1970s, researchers in Ohio, USA, investigated the effects of "Extra Contact" between mothers and their infants early after birth. The "Extra Contact" consisted of the skin-to-skin holding of the newborn infant on the mother's bare chest as soon as possible after birth. In the mid 1970s, Rey and Martinez in Bogota Colombia started investigating the same care method and they called it "Kangaroo Care" (KC). Infants are held upright, skin-to-skin on the mother's bare chest. KC, also referred to as ...

Coupling adaptive molecular evolution to phylodynamics using fitness-dependent birth-death models.

Beneficial and deleterious mutations cause the fitness of lineages to vary across a phylogeny and thereby shape its branching structure. While standard phylogenetic models do not allow mutations to feedback and shape trees, birth-death models can account for this feedback by letting the fitness of lineages depend on their type. To date, these multi-type birth-death models have only been applied to cases where a lineage's fitness is determined by a single character state. We extend these models to track sequ...

Twenty-five years after its publication, innovative solutions to the three delays model are essential.

In southwest Ethiopia, we hypothesized that the Three Delays Model, describing three barriers to maternal health care that result in maternal mortality, is still relevant today.[1] During a presentation on April 22, 2019 by the primary author at Mizan-Tepi University Teaching Hospital (MTUTH) in Bench Maji Zone, which explored the context of low cesarean birth rates in Ethiopia, all attendees were asked questions about fistula and cesarean birth.

Recall and Recognition Discriminability in Parkinson's Disease and Huntington's Disease.

Parkinson's disease (PD) and Huntington's disease (HD) are two neurodegenerative diseases affecting frontal-striatal function and memory ability. Studies using the original California Verbal Learning Test (CVLT) to examine recall and recognition abilities between these groups have produced mixed findings. Some found that individuals with HD demonstrate worse recall and recognition than those with PD, whereas others reported comparable performance.

The birth and death of toxins with distinct functions: a case study in the sea anemone Nematostella.

The cnidarian Nematostella vectensis has become an established lab model, providing unique opportunities for venom evolution research. The Nematostella venom system is multimodal: involving both nematocytes and ectodermal gland cells, which produce a toxin mixture whose composition changes throughout the life cycle. Additionally, their modes of interaction with predators and prey vary between eggs, larvae, and adults, which is likely shaped by the dynamics of the venom system. Nv1 is a major component of ad...

Good birth narratives: Diverse South African women's perspectives.

There is currently a substantial international research focus on issues relating to childbirth distress, traumatic birth and negative birth experiences. Less research attention has been paid to women's narratives or accounts of positive or affirming birth experiences, particularly in the South African context. The aim of this article is to explore the ingredients of a 'good birth' experience from the perspectives of South African women's birth narratives.

Correction to: Incidence of hyperkalemia in the emergency department: a 10-year retrospective study.

In the original publication of the article, the 3rd author name was swapped. The correct author name should read as Damien Masson.

Correction to: Genetic variant predictors of gene expression provide new insight into risk of colorectal cancer.

Every author has erroneously been assigned to the affiliation "62". The affiliation 62 belongs to the author Graham Casey.

Author Correction: Biallelic expansion of an intronic repeat in RFC1 is a common cause of late-onset ataxia.

In the version of this article initially published, the name of author Wai Yan Yau was misspelled. The error has been corrected in the HTML and PDF versions of the article.

Critical windows for maternal fine particulate matter exposure and adverse birth outcomes: The Shanghai birth cohort study.

Prenatal exposure to ambient levels of air pollution has been reported to adversely affect birth outcomes, yet few studies have investigated refined susceptible windows for adverse birth outcomes.

Can 7- or 30-day recall questions capture self-reported lower urinary tract symptoms accurately?

Self-reported measurement tools often provide a recall period, e.g., "In the past 7 days…" For lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), concordance between end-of-day (daily) reports and 7- and 30-day recalled reports is unknown. We evaluated how accurately 7- or 30- day recall questions capture LUTS.

Specific birth defects in pregnancies of women with diabetes - National Birth Defects Prevention Study, 1997-2011.

Diabetes is associated with an increased risk for many birth defects and is likely to have an increasing impact on birth defect prevalence due to the rise in diabetes in the United States in recent decades. One of the first analyses in which specific birth defects were assessed for their relationship with both pregestational and gestational diabetes used data from the initial six years of the National Birth Defects Prevention Study. That analysis reported strong associations for pregestational diabetes with...

Hematological and biochemical analysis of healthy neonatal puppies during the immediate fetal-to-neonatal transition.

For the neonatal patient, precocity of diagnosis is crucial for effectiveness of medical approach. However, the newborn has its own physiological peculiarities due to ongoing adaptive mechanism for extra-uterine life and deserves special attention in order to underline a specific management or clinical approach. The objective of this work was to verify clinical adaptations and biochemical balance of neonates during immediate period, with special reference to hematological, renal and metabolic functions. Neo...

Perspective: L-arginine and L-citrulline Supplementation in Pregnancy: A Potential Strategy to Improve Birth Outcomes in Low-Resource Settings.

The available data support the hypothesis that L-arginine or L-citrulline supplementation would be suitable for implementation in resource-constrained settings and will enhance placental vascular development and improve birth outcomes. In resource-constrained settings, the rates of adverse birth outcomes, including fetal growth restriction, preterm birth, and low birth weight, are disproportionately high. Complications resulting from preterm birth are now the leading cause of mortality in children

Vemurafenib-induced radiation recall dermatitis.

Radiation recall dermatitis is an uncommon inflammatory reaction of the skin appearing after several days to several years at the site of previous irradiation; it is precipitated by the use of triggering drugs, although rarely by BRAF or MEK inhibitors.

There is no item vs. I wish there were an item: Implicit negation causes false recall just as well as explicit negation.

When talking about absence, we may express it in a negative statement (using explicit negation e.g. I was not) or in a positive statement (using implicit negation e.g. I wished I were). Previous research has shown that explicitly negated statements may cause false recall-negated items may paradoxically be remembered as present. The current study compares false recall caused by implicit and explicit negation. Participants listened to a recording in which some objects were mentioned as present, some as absent...

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