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Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Atazanavir in HIV-1-Infected Children Treated With Atazanavir Powder and Ritonavir: Combined Analysis of the PRINCE-1 and -2 Studies.

Two clinical studies (PRINCE-1 and -2) in HIV-1-infected children assessed the safety, efficacy, and pharmacokinetics of dual nucleos(t)ide reverse transcriptase inhibitor (NRTI) background therapy plus once-daily atazanavir powder formulation boosted with ritonavir (ATV+RTV). Here, we present a combined analysis of ATV pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics across these studies.


A prospective study of hospital-acquired infections among adults in a tertiary hospital in north-western Nigeria.

Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) are an important cause of morbidity and mortality. This study examined the epidemiology, clinical outcomes and microbiological profile of HAIs.

Patient's Experience with Living Donation: A Questionnaire-Based Survey of 144 Living Kidney Donors.

Living organ donation becomes more and more important as the number of patients needing organ transplantation is increasing. The University Hospital of Erlangen initiated a survey of living kidney donors to improve the process of living donation. The survey aimed to assess the donor's needs and experiences during the process of living kidney donation. From 2003 to 2014 n=199 living kidney donations were registered at the University Hospital of Erlangen. A total of n=144 living kidney donors (65.3% females, ...


Intense pressure on the Royal Hobart Hospital after psychiatric bed cuts.

The chief registrar: a new Royal College of Physicians leadership initiative for trainees.

Submicroscopic Plasmodium falciparum parasitaemia in human immunodeficiency virus-infected adults living in Gabon (Central Africa)-a pilot study.

Submicroscopic malaria infections contribute to malaria transmission. Describing the extent of the parasite reservoir is of importance. In people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the frequency of subpatent malaria infections is rarely reported. The aim of the present study was to determine the frequency of submicroscopic infections in people living with HIV in Gabon and its relationship with cotrimoxazole (CTX) use.

Frequency of Hospital Use Before and After Home-Delivery Meal by Meals On Wheels, of Tarrant County, Texas.

Patients recently discharged from the hospital are vulnerable and are at high risk for readmission. Home-delivered meals may be beneficial in improving their health and facilitating independent living in the community. The purpose of this study was to identify the association between home-delivered meals and use of hospital services.

A Time of Forgetting: Menopause May Hold a Key to Understanding the Development of Alzheimer?s Disease.

One day in the mid-1980s, at New York City's Rockefeller Hospital, two scientists met at opposite poles of their careers. Roberta Diaz Brinton (Figure 1) was a newly minted Ph.D. and a postdoctoral researcher at the hospital, where she was studying the molecular and cellular mechanisms of learning and memory. Dr. Rowena Ansbacher was a patient who'd spent her working life at the University of Vermont as a passionate scholar of Adlerian psychology. The pair clicked immediately, playfully bantering at times o...

Editorial: translation of the 1955 monograph by Alfred Bangerter on the treatment of amblyopia.

Proceedings of the RAMI Section of OtoRhinoLaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (ORL HNS) Winter Meeting, Friday 8th December 2017, Education and Research Centre, Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Adelaide Road, Dublin 2.

The Platonic Receptacle (Hypodoché), Whitehead's Philosophy, and Genome Evolution.

The discovery of a universal genetic code utilized by all existing organisms became the backbone of biology. The coding capacity underwent changes during evolution, but its main fluctuation results from its different reading and regulation. The genetic code thus represents a sort of receptacle of living organism evolution. In this article, we propose an analogy between the genetic code and a broader Platonic hypodoché, a concept that Alfred North Whitehead used to explain various aspects of science.

Immunizations under sedation at a paediatric hospital in Melbourne, Australia from 2012-2016.

Sedation for immunizations is of particular importance in a subset of paediatric patients with anxiety disorders, needle phobia, developmental or behavioural disorders. The Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) Melbourne offers a unique immunization under sedation service for these patients. We aimed to evaluate the number and types of patients using inpatient sedation for immunizations, distraction and sedation techniques used, and outcomes of these procedures.

From Research to Application: Supportive and Therapeutic Environments for People Living With Dementia.

The evidence about the role the designed and built environment plays in supporting individuals living with dementia has been steadily mounting for almost 40 years. Beginning with the work of M. Powell Lawton at the Weiss Pavilion at the Philadelphia Geriatric Center, there are now dozens of researchers who are exploring how the environment can be either supportive and therapeutic, indeed even serving as a prosthetic for various changes in cognition, or be a barrier to independent functioning and high qualit...

Pre-hospital frailty and hospital outcomes in adults with acute respiratory failure requiring mechanical ventilation.

We aimed to estimate the independent effect of pre-hospital frailty (PHF) on hospital mortality and prolonged hospital length of stay (pLOS) while adjusting for other patient level factors.

Effect of the Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth (P.A.R.T.Y.) Program among senior school students.

The Prevent Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth (P.A.R.T.Y.) Program at The Alfred uses vivid clinical reality to build resilience and prevent injury by following a trauma patient's journey through hospital. The present study aims to analyse the effect of P.A.R.T.Y. on safety perceptions of driving after alcohol, seat belt use and risk-taking activities.

Audit of referrals for concern regarding labial appearance at the Royal Children's Hospital: 2000-2012.

To audit the clinical features and outcomes for all patients referred to our centre with concerns regarding labial appearance.

A randomized, controlled pilot study of warm handoff versus fax referral for hospital-initiated smoking cessation among people living with HIV/AIDS.

The prevalence of smoking among people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) remains higher than the general population. Life expectancy among PLWHA has increased over the past decade, however, PLWHA who smoke will die younger than their non-smoking peers. The primary aim of this pilot study was to examine the effects of warm handoff versus fax referral to the quitline for smoking cessation among hospitalized smokers living with HIV/AIDS.

Which factors predict success in the mandatory UK postgraduate surgical exam: The Intercollegiate Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS)?

The Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons examination (MRCS, Parts A and B) is one of the largest postgraduate surgical exams in the world, but little is known about the factors that affect candidate performance. We describe the relationship between both parts of MRCS and several independent predictors of MRCS success.

Predicting medical emergency team calls, cardiac arrest calls and re-admission after intensive care discharge: creation of a tool to identify at-risk patients.

We aimed to develop a predictive model for intensive care unit (ICU)-discharged patients at risk of post-ICU deterioration. We performed a retrospective, single-centre cohort observational study by linking the hospital admission, patient pathology, ICU, and medical emergency team (MET) databases. All patients discharged from the Alfred Hospital ICU to wards between July 2012 and June 2014 were included. The primary outcome was a composite endpoint of any MET call, cardiac arrest call or ICU re-admission. Mu...

ICG-001 Exerts Potent Anticancer Activity Against Uveal Melanoma Cells.

Uveal melanoma (UM) is uniformly refractory to all available systemic chemotherapies, thus creating an urgent need for novel therapeutics. In this study, we investigated the sensitivity of UM cells to ICG-001, a small molecule reported to suppress the Wnt/β-catenin-mediated transcriptional program.

Transitions to Home Mechanical Ventilation: The Experiences of Canadian Ventilator-Assisted Adults and Their Family Caregivers.

Several studies have explored the experience of ventilator-assisted individual (VAIs) living at home with family caregivers. However, few explore the experiences of these individuals as they transition from a hospital setting to living at home with a view to identifying modifiable processes that could optimize transition.

RNA Therapeutics (Almost) Comes of Age: Targeting, Delivery and Endosomal Escape.

In-hospital prescriptions of secondary-prevention medications for post-acute coronary syndrome patients in South Korea
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Optimal medical therapy and the management of cardiac risk factors are crucial for the secondary prevention of acute coronary syndrome (ACS). However, there have been reports on the underutilization of secondary-prevention medications for ACS. This study aimed to investigate adherence of in-hospital prescriptions to clinical practice guidelines for the secondary prevention of ACS using real-world data.

Shared decision-making in psychiatry: a study of patient attitudes.

Shared decision-making (SDM) is promoted as beneficial in mental healthcare, despite a dearth of supportive evidence. We aimed to obtain patients' perspective on SDM in a 'real world' hospital sample.

Ethnic youth and sexual identity: the role of clinical and social support for 'double minorities'.

Sexual-minority youth exhibit increased rates of psychiatric morbidity, subject to various social factors. We examine the impact of ethnicity and culture on these phenomena, with particular reference to Asian youth living in Western societies.


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