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Determinants of hospital length of stay after transcatheter aortic valve implantation with self-expanding prostheses: a prospective, single centre observational study.

We sought to identify baseline and periprocedural variables affecting hospital length of stay (LoS) in patients undergoing transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI).


Comment on: Novosel D. Setting as informed consent in psychotherapy. Swiss Med Wkly.2019;149:w20028.

The target uric acid level in multimorbid patients with gout is difficult to achieve: data from a longitudinal Swiss single-centre cohort.

To characterise adherence and treat-to-target (T2T) strategy in gout patients within a Swiss tertiary hospital.


Reply to comment by Poppe C on: Novosel D. Setting as informed consent in psychotherapy. Swiss Med Wkly.2019;149:w20028.

Drug prescription patterns, polypharmacy and potentially inappropriate medication in Swiss nursing homes: a descriptive analysis based on claims data.

To date, comprehensive data on drug utilisation in Swiss nursing homes are lacking.

Clinical practice guidelines of medical societies in Switzerland: analysis of the current state.

In Switzerland, clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) are not generally registered by a single central institution. Therefore, the total number and overall quality of the existing guidelines are not known. Our aim was to identify and describe the characteristics of current CPGs developed or endorsed by Swiss medical societies, by conducting a comprehensive systematic search.

Tissue Valve Degeneration and Mechanical Valve Failure.

The management of valvular heart disease has been dramatically influenced by recent evolutions in biomedical technology and surgical practice. With an aging population worldwide and accompanying increase in the prevalence of surgical valve disease, an understanding of prosthetic valve behavior and durability is essential for proper patient selection and management. This report offers an overview of the definitions, mechanisms, management, and clinical impact of structural valve degeneration and failure.

Swiss Delphi study on iron deficiency.

Iron deficiency (ID) and iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) are important conditions affecting a large proportion of the general population, causing the patients physical and psychosomatic symptoms, particularly fatigue, and significantly affecting their quality of life. General practitioners (GPs) are frequently consulted with nonspecific symptoms due to the ID. However, little evidence is available to guide iron treatment. The aim of the Swiss Delphi study was to generate a broad consensual Swiss expert opinio...

Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge Among Medical Educators: What Is Our Readiness to Teach With Technology?

This study aimed to empirically assess medical educator knowledge of pedagogy and technology to inform the direction of medical school faculty development efforts.

Indications and associated factors for prescribing intravenous iron supplementation in Swiss general practice: a retrospective observational study.

Intravenous iron supplementation (IVIS) is increasing in Swiss general practice. This is controversial because of higher costs and risks compared with oral iron supplementation (OIS). In this study, we aimed to investigate indications for OIS and IVIS in Swiss general practice and test which factors are associated with prescribing IVIS instead of OIS.

Seeking coherence between 'mobile learning' applications and the everyday lives of medical residents.

The role of technology in health professions education has received increased research attention. Research has examined the interaction between humans and technology, focusing on the mutual influence between people and technology. Little attention has been given to the role of motivation and incentives in how learning technologies are used in relation to daily activities. This research aims to understand the relationship between medical-learning technology and its users.

Use of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and single photon emission computed tomography for the diagnosis of stable coronary artery disease in Switzerland.

Direct invasive testing in the diagnosis of stable coronary artery disease (CAD) involves high costs and relevant risks. By comparison, single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) are noninvasive diagnostic tests. SPECT is currently the most widely used diagnostic technique, but new medical and economic evidence favours CMR. Guidelines do not recommend one technique in preference to the other, and their use in Switzerland is poorly documented, as a scoping...

De novo assembly of the Indian blue peacock (Pavo cristatus) genome using Oxford Nanopore technology and Illumina sequencing.

The Indian peafowl (Pavo cristanus) is native to South Asia and is the national bird of India. Here we present a draft genome sequence of the male blue peacock using Illumina and Oxford Nanopore technology (ONT).

Swiss Mountain Guides: Medical Education, Knowledge, and Practice.

Mountain guides work daily in remote areas and high-altitude locations where specific hypoxia-related and common medical problems may occur. Arrival of rescue teams can be delayed, so mountain guides often have to rely on their own capabilities to provide first aid. Therefore, IFMGA-recognized Swiss mountain guides receive a specific medical education and are equipped with a dedicated medical kit. This specific education has never been evaluated. A questionnaire was sent to all Swiss mountain guides throug...

Isolated Quadricuspid Aortic Valve as a Cause of Insufficiency-Predominant Aortic Valve Disease.

Quadricuspid aortic valve is a rare cause of symptomatic aortic regurgitation. It tends to present earlier than degenerative native valve aortic regurgitation but with similar symptoms. The condition can occur in isolation or in association with other congenital cardiac abnormalities. Surgical intervention before the development of left ventricular failure is critical to improve long term survival. We describe a case of severe aortic regurgitation due to isolated quadricuspid valve morphology that was treat...

Transcatheter Tricuspid Valve-in-Valve and Valve-in-Ring Implantation for Degenerated Surgical Prosthesis.

With explosive growth in the field of transcatheter therapies in recent years, transcatheter valve-in-valve implantation has rapidly emerged as a viable, low-risk alternative to high-risk redo surgical interventions. The authors review the fundamental clinical principles of transcatheter tricuspid valve-in-valve and valve-in-ring implantation as pertinent to the procedural steps and technique.

Clinical Outcomes in Patients with Severe Aortic Valve Stenosis Treated with a Portico Transcatheter Aortic Valve System.

The Portico™ transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) system (Abbott Vascular, Santa Clara, CA, USA) was specifically designed to reduce some of the limitations associated with first-generation TAVI devices. Most of the currently available clinical evidence was obtained from randomized studies that compared TAVI to aortic valve replacement using first-generation transcatheter heart valve devices. The aim of this review is to describe the characteristics of the repositionable and retrievable Portico...

Emergency department presentations related to abuse of prescription and over-the-counter drugs in Switzerland: time trends, sex and age distribution.

To analyse emergency department (ED) presentations related to acute medical problems after recreational use of prescription/over-the-counter (OTC) drugs in two major Swiss hospitals in order to identify the prevalence of specific drugs, vulnerable groups, time trends and local differences which could have major public health implications.

Outcomes of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement in Patients with Severe Aortic Stenosis: A Review of a Disruptive Technology in Aortic Valve Surgery.

Medically treated symptomatic severe aortic stenosis has poor outcomes, and in the past 6 decades, it has successfully been treated with surgical aortic valve replacement (SAVR). However, one-third of patients with indications for SAVR are not offered surgery because of the high risk of complications. Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), initially developed as a less invasive treatment for inoperable patients, has successfully been used in healthier patient cohorts. In 2017, TAVR became the most c...

Opportunities and Obstacles for Providing Medical Education Through Social Media.

Social media has infiltrated almost every sector of life, and medical education is no exception. As this technology becomes mainstream within society, an increasing number of health care students and professionals are using it for learning. Several important considerations for the risks of this technology are discussed here.

Bioprosthetic Valve Fracture for Valve-in-Valve Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement: Rationale, Patient Selection, Technique, and Outcomes.

Patient-prosthesis mismatch (PPM) is common after surgical valve aortic replacement. A significant percentage of patients with a small annulus have moderate to severe PPM. The outcomes for patients with larger effective orifice areas and lower gradients are better than for patients with PPM. With the advent of valve-in-valve TAVR, a degenerated surgical bioprosthesis can be treated with a percutaneous approach. However, the issue of PPM cannot be overcome by simply implanting a new valve. The technique of b...

One in seven Swiss physicians has left patient care - results from a national cohort study from 1980-2009.

Physician shortage is problematic, but the percentage of physicians who left patient care in Switzerland is unclear. We set out to describe this percentage and determine whether gender or language region was associated with leaving patient care.

Multimorbidity is a game changer.

Patterns of multimorbidity in internal medicine patients in Swiss university hospitals: a multicentre cohort study.

Despite the high prevalence of multimorbidity, we lack detailed descriptive data on the most prevalent combinations of chronic comorbidities in Switzerland. We aimed to describe and quantify the most prevalent combinations of comorbidities in internal medicine multimorbid inpatients.

Dysphagia in the intensive care unit in Switzerland (DICE) - results of a national survey on the current standard of care.

Oropharyngeal dysphagia (OD) is often observed in critically ill patients. In most affected patients OD persists throughout hospital stay and negatively impacts on clinical outcomes. Here we systematically explore routine clinical practice standards for recognition/screening, diagnosis and treatment of OD in accredited Swiss ICUs.


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