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Caries experience of children with cardiac conditions attending the Royal Children's Hospital of Melbourne.

Poor oral health in children with cardiac conditions can have negative effects on quality of life and increased risk of infective endocarditis. The aim of this study was to investigate the caries experience in children with cardiac conditions attending the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.


Characteristics of Infectious Keratitis in Old and Very Old Patients.

The aim of this study was to analyze patient backgrounds, including activities of daily living (ADL) and living status, predisposing risk factors, causative agents, and severity with infectious keratitis in old (75 

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, ...


The Impact Of Patient-Provider Attachment On Hospital Readmissions Among People Living With Hiv: A Population-Based Study.

Hospital readmission 30 days after discharge is associated with adverse health outcomes, and people living with HIV(PLWH) experience elevated rates of hospital readmission. While continuity of care with a healthcare provider is associated with lower rates of 30-day readmission among the general population, little is known about this relationship among PLWH. The objective of this study is to examine whether engaging with the same provider, defined as patient-provider attachment, is associated with 30-day rea...

Medicare Beneficiaries Living In Housing With Supportive Services Experienced Lower Hospital Use Than Others.

There is strong evidence that housing conditions affect population health, but evidence is limited on the extent to which housing with supportive social services can maintain population health and reduce the use of expensive hospital services. We examined a nonprofit, community-based program in Queens, New York, that supplied affordable housing with supportive social services to elderly Medicare beneficiaries. We evaluated whether this program reduced hospital use, including hospital discharges for ambulato...

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.

Stigma and suicidality among people living with HIV attending a secondary healthcare facility in Nigeria.

To ascertain the relationship between HIV-related stigma and suicidality among people living with HIV receiving care at a hospital in Nigeria.

Hospital-by-Hospital Carbapenem Use in Japan: A Nationwide Ecological Study.

To determine the nationwide distribution of carbapenem use on a hospital-by-hospital basis and to build predictive models using available hospital data from Japan.

Efficacy of the perfluorocarbon dodecafluoropentane as an adjunct to pre-hospital resuscitation.

Hemorrhage is the most common cause of preventable death in the pre-hospital phase in trauma, with a critical capability gap optimizing pre-hospital resuscitation in austere environments. One promising avenue is the concept of a multi-functional resuscitation fluid (MRF) that contains a blood product backbone with agents that promote clotting and enhance oxygen delivery. Oxygen therapeutics, such as hemoglobin based oxygen carriers(HBOCs) and perfluorocarbons(PFCs), may be a critical MRF component. Our purp...

A cross-sectional comparative study of perceived stigma between patients with epilepsy and patients living with HIV/AIDS in Accra, Ghana.

Health-related stigma is a great challenge to the treatment of diseases. In epilepsy like other conditions, it causes affected individuals to conceal their illness. In this study, we described stigma perceived by patients with epilepsy at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH), a tertiary referral facility, and the Accra Psychiatry Hospital in Ghana (APH). We then compared the perception of stigma in patients with epilepsy to stigma perceived by persons living with human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immun...

2018 AAHA Infection Control, Prevention, and Biosecurity Guidelines.

A veterinary team's best work can be undone by a breach in infection control, prevention, and biosecurity (ICPB). Such a breach, in the practice or home-care setting, can lead to medical, social, and financial impacts on patients, clients, and staff, as well as damage the reputation of the hospital. To mitigate these negative outcomes, the AAHA ICPB Guidelines Task Force believes that hospital teams should improve upon their current efforts by limiting pathogen exposure from entering or being transmitted th...

Barriers to Early Hospital Discharge: A Cross-Sectional Study at Five Academic Hospitals.

Understanding the issues delaying hospital discharges may inform efforts to improve hospital throughput.

Effect of institutional case volume on in-hospital mortality after living donor liver transplantation: Analysis of 7073 cases between 2007 and 2016 in Korea.

The relationship between institutional case volume and clinical outcomes after living donor liver transplantation is not clarified.

Royal jelly protection on flunixin meglumine-induced spermiotoxicity and testicular degeneration in mice.

Current study was designed to investigate the protective effects of royal jelly on Flunixin me- glumine (FM)-induced spermiotoxicity related to sperm concentration, abnormal spermatozoa count and histopathological changes in mice testis. The subjects were divided into five groups according to FM and/or royal jelly intake: Control group; group 1, FM alone (25 mg/kg, im); group 2, combination of FM (25 mg/kg, im) and royal jelly (200 mg/kg, oral); group 3, FM alone (50 mg/kg, im); and group 4, combination of ...

Recommendations for the post-operative management of an existing Warfarin therapy after lower limb joint arthroplasty.

Warfarin administration after lower limb joint replacements is associated with a high bleeding risk, creating the circumstances for periprosthetic joint infections, increased treatment costs and prolonged Length of Stay (L.o.S). We believe that previously warfarinized patients can be treated safely and discharged without delays, if appropriate policies are established and adhered to.

The Pattern of Hospital Admissions Prior to Care Home Placement in People With Parkinson's Disease: Evidence of a Period of Crisis for Patients and Carers.

We hypothesized that the number and length of hospital admissions in people with Parkinson's disease (PD) would increase immediately prior to admission to a care home relative to those who were able to continue living at home or who died.

The clinical characteristics of patients with sepsis in a tertiary referral hospital in Yangon, Myanmar.

The clinical characteristics and course of patients hospitalised with sepsis in Myanmar and the responsible pathogens remain poorly defined.

A Shooting in the Hospital: When Domestic Violence Occurs in the Hospital, Reflection, and Response.

Outbreaks of Serratia marcescens and Serratia rubidaea bacteremia in a central Kathmandu hospital following the 2015 earthquakes.

Human infections with Serratia spp. are generally limited to Serratia marcescens and the Serratia liquefaciens complex. There is little data regarding the infections caused by the remaining Serratia spp., as they are seldom isolated from clinical specimens.

Roles of Donor/Recipient Body Surface Area Ratio and Donor Kidney Glomerular Filtration Rate in Kidney Selection for Living Transplantation from Family Members.

Accurate assessing donor renal function is crucial to the success of living kidney transplants. We studied the roles of donor kidney glomerular filtration rate (GFR) and donor/recipient body surface area (BSA) ratio in kidney selection for living transplantation from family members.

A diagnostic performance evaluation of rapid diagnostic tests and microscopy for malaria diagnosis using nested polymerase chain reaction as reference standard in a tertiary hospital in Jos, Nigeria.

Rapid diagnostic tests are frequently used in healthcare settings across Nigeria for diagnosis of Plasmodium falciparum malaria, which is the commonest form of malaria in the country. In this study, the performance of a rapid diagnostic test (RDT) was compared with expert microscopy using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) as the reference standard in a tertiary hospital in Jos, Nigeria.

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

On foreign soil: anaesthetists at the surgical multidisciplinary team meeting.

Decision making through multidisciplinary teams offers an opportunity to improve perioperative care for high-risk surgical patients. While multidisciplinary team decision making is commonplace in the NHS, involvement of perioperative physicians including anaesthetists and intensivists in this process is not well established. This article presents an exemplar of anaesthetic and intensivist involvement in a joint perioperative upper gastrointestinal cancer multidisciplinary team meeting at the Royal Surrey Co...

Parental perceptions of onsite hospital food outlets in a large hospital in the North East of England: A qualitative interview study.

Addressing the increasing obesity rates in children living in the United Kingdom has become a priority. A public health level approach as opposed to an individual approach is potentially one way forward. The wider food environment should be designed so that the 'healthier choice' is the easiest choice; this includes public sector settings such as hospitals. Many hospital outlets sell and promote food and drinks high in sugar, fat and salt undermining health messages developed by the UK National Health Servi...

Creating New Models of Care Through Academic-Clinical Partnership.

There are many documented instances of academic nurses creating faculty practice opportunities to support their faculty and students. Fewer articles have been published about the value of these shared models to clinical partners. Advanced practice nurses from the academic and clinical departments at Emory University and Emory Healthcare codesigned a new model of care that addresses the health system's need to achieve better experiences and health outcomes for patients living with dementia. The nurse-led cli...


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