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The waiting list period for kidney transplantation can be lengthy and associated with a deteriorated health-related quality of life (HRQoL). It might also be experienced differently depending on the experience of renal replacement therapy (preemptive or dialyzed patients), and the type of dialysis. The main objective of this study is to measure and compare HRQoL changes in preemptive, hemodialysis (HD), and peritoneal dialysis (PD) patients during the waiting list period for kidney transplantation.
Patients with an incisional hernia often wait a significant period of time from the first referral to hernia surgery because of waiting lists, watchful waiting, or the need for preoperative optimization. It is unknown if hernia dimensions or patient-reported symptoms increase during this period. The aim of the study was to examine if incisional hernias increase in size during the time from initial assessment to surgical repair.
We develop a dynamic model of hospital competition where (i) waiting times increase if demand exceeds supply; (ii) patients choose a hospital based in part on waiting times; and (iii) hospitals incur waiting time penalties. We show that, whereas policies based on penalties will lead to lower waiting times, policies that promote patient choice will instead lead to higher waiting times. These results are robust to different game-theoretic solution concepts, designs of the hospital penalty structure, and patie...
Waiting time in the hospital directly affects the quality of healthcare providing centers. One of the waiting times in hospital is the time spent waiting for receiving various consultations and visits requested by emergency medicine specialists from specialist services.
In recent years, hepatitis B virus (HBV) has been detected in some species of animals. In this study, we found HBV-like nucleotide sequences in murine rodents and Asian house shrews () collected in China. A total of 801 animals were trapped. We found that 0.48% (3/624) of the murine rodents and 1.69% (3/177) of Asian house shrews were positive for HBV-like DNA. Detection of HBV-like DNA in brown rats (), rice-field rat (), and Asian house shrews indicated that these species of animals might be hosts for HBV...
Waiting is an inevitable experience in all emergency departments (EDs). This waiting time may negatively influence the patients and their relatives' satisfaction, healthcare professionals' (HCPs) performance, and the quality of care provided. This study aims to explore, gain understanding of and describe what it is like to wait in an Iranian emergency department (ED) with particular focus on cultural features.
Atmospheric mercury (Hg) has been monitored at the Lulin Atmospheric Background Station (LABS) in Taiwan since April 2006 and is still continuing. Here we reported the trend in gaseous elemental Hg (GEM) concentrations at LABS between April 2006 and December 2016, before the Minamata Convention on Mercury entered into force in 2017. Previous research indicated nighttime (0-8 am) data collected at LABS are better representative of regional influence. Therefore, only nighttime GEM data were used for trend a...
Mechanical evaluation of tracheal grafts is of great relevance for transplant research. Although there are some publications demonstrating different techniques of tracheal mechanical evaluation, there is still no definitive or preferred protocol available. Here, we present a simple image-processing acquisition system that can be used for in vivo experiments. Six male Wistar rats were submitted to orotracheal intubation and a longitudinal incision was made to expose the trachea. Images of tracheae were acqui...
Musculoskeletal disorders are not properly managed in office workers because of their busy work life. In-house physical therapy is a good way to manage the musculoskeletal disorders in office workers. Despite the numerous advantages of in-house physical therapy, the establishment and research of in-house physical therapy were insufficient.
The arterial switch procedure can be safely and consistently performed at less than 2.5kg making the apparent new cut point for safe repair 2.0kg. Below 2.0kg complications mount and outcomes are challenged. Weight-related risks must be thoughtfully balanced against the risk of waiting for weight.
Adequate identification of estrus is crucial to achieve satisfactory reproductive performance in dairy farms. Even though several studies evaluated expression and identification of estrus at the cow level, limited data exist regarding estrus identification parameters at the herd level. The objectives of this study were to use data from large dairy farms located in Kansas to describe temporal patterns of insemination risk (IR), and to investigate associations between IR and various herd-level factors. Nine h...
Waiting times are still assumed to be unavoidable in medicine. However, waiting time is an essential factor of patient satisfaction. Because patient expectations are increasing, medical institutions should address the issue. Above all, this requires transparency about the current processes in the facilities. Conventional information systems often do not offer sufficient solutions to ensure this in real time combined with helpful visualization. In a pilot project in a radiological practice, the use of a p...
The aim of this study was to report the 3-year survival results of the GRECCAR-6 trial.
Here, we report the case of a patient with renal allograft with full-house immunofluorescence staining in the zero-hour biopsy. Full-house immunofluorescence staining is a well-known characteristic of lupus nephritis. Previous studies have reported patients with full-house immunofluorescence staining, but without other symptoms or serological findings; this condition is referred to as full-house nephropathy. We identified only one case out of 2203 zero-hour biopsies over 13 years. Zero-hour biopsy presented...
Currently, there is no clear consensus regarding the optimal waiting period before permanent pacemaker implantation in patients with conduction disorders following an inferior myocardial infarction.
Concerns related to equity and efficacy of our previous center-based allocation system have led us to introduce a patient-based allocation system called the "Liver Score" that incorporates the MELD score. The main objective of this study was to compare waitlist and post-transplant survivals before and after implementation of the "Liver Score" using the French transplant registry (period before: 2004-2006 and period after: 2007-2012). Patients transplanted during the second period were sicker and had a highe...
As the population ages, and more patients with chronic pulmonary diseases become frail and functionally impaired, the prevalence of homebound patients grows. Homebound patients have higher disease burden, inpatient utilization rates, and mortality than non- homebound patients. Vulnerable homebound patients with pulmonary disease benefit from pulmonary expertise to evaluate and optimize their complex medication regimens, evaluate equipment such as nebulizers, home oxygen, ventilators and suction machines, an...
We describe the isolation and characterization of three bacterial isolates from the common house fly, , caught in Londerzeel, Belgium and Huye District, Rwanda. Although isolated from distinct geographical locations, the strains show >99 % identical 16S rRNA gene sequences and are
Drivers' non-compliance with rules is a prominent factor in collisions with trains at railway level crossings. Road user impatience and frustration has been identified as an underlying factor in non-compliance and can be characterised as a specific risk factor. However, research on non-compliance related to waiting times and driver inconvenience lacks in the literature. This paper, therefore, seeks to enhance the currently limited understanding of the relationship between waiting times and risky driver beha...
Cocoa contains aluminium and cadmium as environmental contaminants while concentrations are supposed to be country of origin-related. Integrating origin in dietary exposure assessment could refine calculations. Averages or higher percentiles of concentrations in cocoa powder from German Food Monitoring (GFM) and cocoa consumption from the German National Nutrition Survey II (NVS II) were combined in standard scenarios. Additional origin-related scenarios used concentration data grouped into origin A (lower ...
Where should we look to understand the origin of inequality? I propose an unusual window of evidence-modern societies. I hypothesize that evidence for the origin of inequality is encoded in the institutional structure of industrial societies. To test this idea, I use a model to project modern trends into the past. This model takes the modern relation between energy, hierarchy, and inequality and creates a hindcast of the origin of inequality. The results are broadly consistent with the available evidence. T...
Ultraviolet light traps are commonly used to manage house flies in indoor situations. Many indoor traps are longer than their 46-cm fluorescent tubes and have glue boards to capture attracted flies. Smaller traps have been sold to use in homes and small rooms, but few if any trap evaluations can be found in the literature. One trap, the DynaTrap Flylight DT-3009 (DTFL) has become quite common and a performance evaluation between it and an open-front commercial trap seemed warranted. Evaluations were conduct...
Over 19% of deceased organ donors are labelled increased risk for disease transmission (IRD) for viral bloodborne disease transmission. Many potential organ recipients need to decide between accepting an IRD organ offer or waiting for a non-IRD organ.