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Comparing different methods for fast screening of microbiological quality of beach sand aimed at rapid-response remediation.

There is scientific evidence that beach sands are a significant contributor to the pathogen load to which visitors are exposed. To develop beach quality guidelines all beach zones must be included in microbiological evaluations, but monitoring methods for beach sand quality are relatively longstanding, expensive, laborious and require moderate laboratory infrastructure. This paper aimed to evaluate the microorganism activity in different beach zones applying and comparing a classical method of membrane filt...


The ability of intensive care unit physicians to estimate long-term prognosis in survivors of critical illness.

To assess the reliability of physicians' prognoses for intensive care unit (ICU) survivors with respect to long-term survival and health related quality of life (HRQoL).

The Value That Infectious Diseases Physicians Bring to the Healthcare System.

While a career in infectious diseases (ID) has always been challenging and exciting, recognition of the value that ID physicians provide to the healthcare system as a whole, over and above the value they provide to individual patients, has been poor in this system. In response to this disparity, the Infectious Diseases Society of America Clinical Affairs Committee has long endeavored to quantify the value of ID physicians to the system, which is challenging in part because of the many avenues through which ...


Effect of Baseline Nutritional Status on Long-term Multivitamin Use and Cardiovascular Disease Risk: A Secondary Analysis of the Physicians' Health Study II Randomized Clinical Trial.

Long-term multivitamin use had no effect on risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) in the Physicians' Health Study II. Baseline nutritional status may have modified the lack of effect.

Alignment between physicians and hospital administrators: historical perspective and future directions.

Unfortunately, the working relationship between physicians and hospital administrators is often not congruent and can even become contentious, resulting in antagonism across many Healthcare Organizations (HCOs). This treatise provides a broad, literature-based, descriptive overview in an evolving historical context, coupled with observations based on extensive professional experience. It highlights the root causes of the nonalignment between physicians and hospital administrators. Most importantly, this man...

Opioid-Prescribing Patterns of Emergency Physicians and Risk of Long-Term Use.

Background Increasing overuse of opioids in the United States may be driven in part by physician prescribing. However, the extent to which individual physicians vary in opioid prescribing and the implications of that variation for long-term opioid use and adverse outcomes in patients are unknown. Methods We performed a retrospective analysis involving Medicare beneficiaries who had an index emergency department visit in the period from 2008 through 2011 and had not received prescriptions for opioids within ...

Enablers and determinants of the provision of written action plans to patients with asthma: a stratified survey of Canadian physicians.

Despite national recommendations, most patients with asthma are not given a written action plan . The objectives were to ascertain physicians' endorsement of potential enablers to providing a written action plan, and the determinants and proportion, of physician-reported use of a written action plan. We surveyed 838 family physicians, paediatricians, and emergency physicians in Quebec. The mailed questionnaire comprised 102 questions on asthma management, 11 of which pertained to written action plan and pro...

Opioid Prescribing by Emergency Physicians and Risk of Long-Term Use.

Opioid Prescribing by Emergency Physicians and Risk of Long-Term Use.

Through the sands of time: Beach litter trends from nine cleaned north cornish beaches.

Marine litter and its accumulation on beaches is an issue of major current concern due to its significant environmental and economic impacts. Yet our understanding of spatio-temporal trends in beach litter and the drivers of these trends are currently limited by the availability of robust long term data sets. Here we present a unique data set collected systematically once a month, every month over a six year period for nine beaches along the North Coast of Cornwall, U.K. to investigate the key drivers of be...

The Role of Value-Based Care in Patients with Cirrhosis.

Value-based care means delivering high-quality care while keeping costs at a reasonable level. Many physicians have long viewed quality care and the responsible utilization of resources to be an integral part of their professional responsibilities. As the health care system changes, however, physicians are increasingly being asked to objectively demonstrate value. In this review article, the author describes the reimbursement and regulatory shift toward value-based care, and provides specific strategies for...

Interactions between physicians and the pharmaceutical industry generally and sales representatives specifically and their association with physicians' attitudes and prescribing habits: a systematic review.

The objective of this review is to explore interactions between physicians and the pharmaceutical industry including sales representatives and their impact on physicians' attitude and prescribing habits.

Longitudinal qualitative study describing family physicians' experiences with attempting to integrate physical activity prescriptions in their practice: 'It's not easy to change habits'.

Physical activity (PA) prescriptions provided by family physicians can promote PA participation among patients, but few physicians regularly write PA prescriptions. The objective of this study was to describe family physicians' experiences of trying to implement written PA prescriptions into their practice.

Understanding Forensic Pharmacology: What Indian Physicians Need to Know?

Periodically spilled-oil input as a trigger to stimulate the development of hydrocarbon-degrading consortia in a beach ecosystem.

In this study, time-series samples were taken from a gravel beach to ascertain whether a periodic oil input induced by tidal action at the early stage of an oil spill can be a trigger to stimulate the development of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria under natural in situ attenuation. High-throughput sequencing shows that the microbial community in beach sediments is characterized by the enrichment of hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria, including Alcanivorax, Dietzia, and Marinobacter. Accompanying the periodic flo...

The 2015 Class of Hospice & Palliative Medicine Fellows-From Training to Practice: Implications for HPM Workforce Supply.

A relatively new specialty, Hospice and Palliative Medicine (HPM) is unusual in that physicians can enter from 10 different specialties. This study sought to understand where HPM physicians were coming from, where they were going to practice and the job market for HPM physicians.

The Risk of Stroke in Physicians: A Population-based Cohort Study in Taiwan.

Physicians in Taiwan work in stressful workplaces and have heavy workloads, both of which may contribute to the occurrence of a stroke. However, it is not clear whether they have a higher risk of stroke. Therefore, we conducted a population-based cohort study to compare the risks of stroke between physicians and the general population and among subgroups of physicians in Taiwan.

Indian College of Physicians Position Statement on Anemia in Metabolic Syndrome.

The Idea of Legitimate Authority in the Practice of Medicine.

Legitimate authority is the normative power to govern, where a normative power is the ability to change the normative situation of others. Correlatively, when one has the normative power to govern others, these others face a normative liability to be governed. So understood, physicians do not have legitimate authority over their patients, and patients do not have legitimate authority over their physicians. An authority is legitimate only when it is a free group agent constituted by its free members. On this...

Factors Influencing Physicians' Selection of Continuous Professional Development Activities: A Cross-Specialty National Survey.

We sought to understand what influences physicians' decisions about participation in continuous professional development (CPD) activities, and how often physicians engage in specific CPD activities.

Are Physicians Blameworthy for Iatrogenic Harm Resulting from Unnecessary Genital Surgeries?

We argue that physicians should, in certain cases, be held accountable by patients and their families for harm caused by "successful" genital surgeries performed for social and aesthetic reasons. We explore the question of physicians' blameworthiness for three types of genital surgeries common in the United States. First, we consider surgeries performed on newborns and toddlers with atypical sex development, or intersex. Second, we discuss routine neonatal male circumcision. Finally, we consider cosmetic va...

Laboratory and field magnetic evaluation of the heavy metal contamination on Shilaoren Beach, China.

This study uses magnetic measurements to evaluate the heavy metal contamination of the surface sediments on Shilaoren Beach. The values of the laboratory magnetic measurements have a positive relationship with the concentrations of Fe, Mn, Cr, Ni, As and Pb. The field magnetic parameter provides an effective and rapid method for evaluating the distribution and dispersal of heavy metal. Sediments with higher heavy metal contents generally accumulate near higher and lower tide lines on the beach, reflecting t...

Comparing Practice Patterns Between Pediatric and General Emergency Medicine Physicians: A Scoping Review.

Acutely ill infants and children presenting to the emergency department are treated by either physicians with pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) training or physicians without PEM training, a good proportion of which are general emergency medicine-trained physicians (GEDPs). This scoping review identified published literature comparing the care provided to infants and children (≤21 years of age) by PEM-trained physicians to that provided by GEDPs.

Self-Regulating Profession? Administrative Discipline of "Pill Mill" Physicians in Florida.

A relatively large number of "pill mills," in which physicians prescribed and sometimes dispensed controlled substances without medical justification, operated in Florida beginning in the mid-2000's. Investigations into these operations have resulted in the arrest and conviction of dozens of physicians for activities related to illegal trafficking in controlled substances.

Effect of blood pressure elevation on cerebral oxygen desaturation in the beach chair position.

The beach chair position (BCP) during shoulder arthroscopy is a known risk factor for cerebral ischemia. We retrospectively investigated whether maintaining the arterial blood pressure (ABP) prevented the decrease in the regional cerebral tissue oxygen saturation (rSO2).


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