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The Patient's Role in Patient Safety.

Keeping patients safe while they receive medical care is essential. Yet current systems designed to ensure patient safety are not enough, because medical error is the third leading cause of preventable deaths in the United States. Clinicians can partner with the patient to enhance patient safety. Pulse Center for Patient Safety proposes patient- and family-driven processes designed to improve a patient's chances of avoiding harm. This article discusses highlights of the role of patient safety through a gras...


Datastorr: a workflow and package for delivering successive versions of 'evolving data' directly into R.

The sharing and re-use of data has become a cornerstone of modern science. Multiple platforms now allow easy publication of datasets. So far, however, platforms for data sharing offer limited functions for distributing and interacting with evolving datasets- those that continue to grow with time as more records are added, errors fixed, and new data structures are created. In this article, we describe a workflow for maintaining and distributing successive versions of an evolving dataset, allowing users to re...

Development and validation of an open source Monte Carlo dosimetry model for wide-beam CT scanners using Fluka.

Development and validation of an open source Fluka-based Monte Carlo source model for diagnostic patient dose calculations.


Leadership and Teamwork: Essential Roles in Patient Safety.

Obstetrics and gynecology is a specialty practiced in some of the most complex care environments. Particular attention must constantly be paid to maintaining patient safety as a primary focus. A safe patient environment can only exist where leadership is committed to a patient-centric model of care delivery and creates a supportive culture. Safe patient care is best accomplished by teams. These teams need to understand and be committed to the concepts of open communication, situational awareness, and contin...

Integrating Safe Patient Handling and Early Mobility: Combining Quality Initiatives.

Safe Patient Handling and Mobility (SPHM) programs reduce staff injuries from lifting and repositioning patients. Early Mobility programs improve many patient-centered outcomes. Reframing SPHM equipment as mobilization tools can help safely mobilize hospitalized patients to their highest abilities.

Open Source Infrastructure for Health Care Data Integration and Machine Learning Analyses.

We have created a cloud-based machine learning system (CLOBNET) that is an open-source, lean infrastructure for electronic health record (EHR) data integration and is capable of extract, transform, and load (ETL) processing. CLOBNET enables comprehensive analysis and visualization of structured EHR data. We demonstrate the utility of CLOBNET by predicting primary therapy outcomes of patients with high-grade serous ovarian cancer (HGSOC) on the basis of EHR data.

NaPLeS: a natural products likeness scorer-web application and database.

Natural products (NPs), often also referred to as secondary metabolites, are small molecules synthesised by living organisms. Natural products are of interest due to their bioactivity and in this context as starting points for the development of drugs and other bioactive synthetic products. In order to select compounds from virtual libraries, Ertl et al. developed a natural product likeness score which was later published as an open data, open source implementation. Here we present NaPLeS, an easily portabl...

Lipid species annotation at double bond position level with custom databases by extension of the MZmine 2 open-source software package.

In recent years, proprietary and open-source bioinformatics software tools have been developed for the identification of lipids in complex biological samples based on high-resolution mass spectrometry data. These existent software tools often rely on publicly available lipid databases, such as LIPID MAPS®, which, in some cases, do only contain a limited number of lipid species for a specific lipid class. Other software solutions implement their own lipid species databases, which are often confined regardin...

Open source software security vulnerability detection based on dynamic behavior features.

Open source software has been widely used in various industries due to its openness and flexibility, but it also brings potential security problems. Therefore, security analysis is required before using open source software. The current mainstream open source software vulnerability analysis technology is based on source code, and there are problems such as false positives, false negatives and restatements. In order to solve the problems, based on the further study of behavior feature extraction and vulnerab...

Interactive Browser-Based Genomics Data Visualization Tools for Translational and Clinical Laboratory Applications.

Visualization-driven data exploration is a highly effective modality for interpreting and discovering insights from high-throughput genomics datasets; however, it is vastly underutilized in routine workflows in clinical and translation settings. We have developed three open-source, browser-based, interactive genomics data visualization widgets that can be used as intuitive standalone applications or integrated with existing web-based laboratory information solutions. The widgets were developed in JavaScript...

BioJava 5: A community driven open-source bioinformatics library.

BioJava is an open-source project that provides a Java library for processing biological data. The project aims to simplify bioinformatic analyses by implementing parsers, data structures, and algorithms for common tasks in genomics, structural biology, ontologies, phylogenetics, and more. Since 2012, we have released two major versions of the library (4 and 5) that include many new features to tackle challenges with increasingly complex macromolecular structure data. BioJava requires Java 8 or higher and i...

CLEESE: An open-source audio-transformation toolbox for data-driven experiments in speech and music cognition.

Over the past few years, the field of visual social cognition and face processing has been dramatically impacted by a series of data-driven studies employing computer-graphics tools to synthesize arbitrary meaningful facial expressions. In the auditory modality, reverse correlation is traditionally used to characterize sensory processing at the level of spectral or spectro-temporal stimulus properties, but not higher-level cognitive processing of e.g. words, sentences or music, by lack of tools able to mani...

Nonlinear mixed-effects model development and simulation using nlmixr and related R open source packages.

nlmixr is a free and open source R package for fitting nonlinear pharmacokinetic (PK), pharmacodynamic (PD), joint PK/PD and quantitative systems pharmacaology (QSP) mixed-effects models. Currently, nlmixr is capable of fitting both traditional compartmental PK models as well as more complex models implemented using ordinary differential equations (ODEs). We believe that, over time, it will become a capable, credible alternative to commercial software tools, such as NONMEM, Monolix, and Phoenix NLME. This a...

Getting that Dx right, keeping patients safe.

Ways of strategies to knowing the patient described by nursing students.

Knowing the patient has been identified in research as important in nursing practice. It's a central phenomenon used by nurses in decision-making to provide good and safe qualitative individualized care. The aim of this study was to describe what strategies nursing students' use to 'know the patient'. Interviews with ten nursing students were analysed using a qualitative content analysis. Four themes emerge: Prepare oneself before the first meeting; Creating relationship; Dare to be open and near; Doing the...

Precision Medicine Applications to Manage Multiply Injured Patients With Orthopaedic Trauma.

Precision medicine offers potential for improved outcomes by tailoring interventions based on patient-specific demographics and disease-specific data. Precision methods are relatively unexplored in trauma patients. New research is being looked at for precision methods to treat patients with large extremity wounds, nonunions, and fractures associated with polytrauma. Precision-based clinical decision tools are being validated to optimize timing for open wound definitive closure. Early patient-specific biomar...

Correction to: How effective and safe is medical cannabis as a treatment of mental disorders? A systematic review.

The article "How effective and safe is medical cannabis as a treatment of mental disorders? A systematic review", written by Eva Hoch, was originally published Online First without open access. After publication in volume 269, issue 1, page 87-105 the author decided to opt for Open Choice and to make the article an Open Access publication. Therefore, the copyright of the article has been changed to © The Author(s) 2019 and the article is forthwith distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribu...

Electrosurgical and Laser Therapy Tools for the Management of Malignant Central Airway Obstructions.

Central airway obstruction (CAO) is associated with significant morbidity and increased mortality. Bronchoscopic electrosurgical and laser ablative tools have proven to be safe and effective instruments for the treatment of malignant CAO. While therapeutic modalities such as electrocautery, argon plasma coagulation (APC), and laser have been utilized for decades, additional tools including radiofrequency ablation (RFA) catheters continue to be developed for the treatment of CAO. These modalities are conside...

IsoProt: A complete and reproducible workflow to analyse iTRAQ/TMT experiments.

Reproducibility has become a major concern in biomedical research. In proteomics, bioinformatic workflows can quickly consist of multiple software tools each with its own set of parameters. Their usage involves the definition of often hundreds of parameters as well as data operations to ensure tool interoperability. Hence a manuscript's methods section is often insufficient to completely describe and reproduce a data analysis workflow. Here we present IsoProt: A complete and reproducible bioinformatic workf...

The Utility of Google Trends Data for Analyzing Public Interest in Breast Procedures.

Google Trends (GT) is a free, open-source tool that permits customizable analysis of search term volumes entered into the Google search engine. Google Trends data may offer useful and actionable insight to plastic surgeons pertaining to worldwide, national, and regional evolution of patient interest for breast procedures and other common surgeries.

Portal of Medical Data Models: Status 2018.

The Portal of Medical Data Models is an open-access platform for medical forms and data models. Annotation with UMLS codes enables semantic interoperability and secondary use of data. The number of forms and users are growing. The site has been updated and two analyzing tools have been added.

The Effect of an Undergraduate Perioperative Nursing Course on Safety Knowledge.

Despite national initiatives and ongoing efforts, keeping patients safe remains a challenge. Education is the key to preparing health care professionals to be able to prevent errors and provide safe patient care. In the past three decades, perioperative courses have been removed from nearly every nursing program in the United States, thereby eliminating the chance for students to learn nursing skills and concepts related to safety in the perioperative environment. The purpose of this study was to determine ...

Facilitating reproducible project management and manuscript development in team science: The projects R package.

The contemporary scientific community places a growing emphasis on the reproducibility of research. The projects R package is a free, open-source package created in the interest of facilitating reproducible research workflows. It adds to existing software tools for reproducible research and introduces several practical features that are helpful for scientists and their collaborative research teams. For each individual project, it supplies a framework for storing raw and cleaned study data sets, and it provi...

From phenotyping to genotyping - bioinformatics for the busy clinician.

Bioinformatics is a new scientific field. It applies computational and analysis tools to the capture, analyze and interpret large quantities of biological data. To understand genomic information, comparative analysis of data obtained is crucial. Primary physicians are dauntingly being implored to evaluate patients genetically, and analyze the results received. We depict online tools available for defining the clinical characteristics of a patient (phenotype), assisting in compiling them into a tentative gen...

Groundwater heat pump feasibility in shallow urban aquifers: Experience from Cardiff, UK.

Ground source heat pumps have the potential to decarbonise heating and cooling in many urban areas. The impact of using shallow groundwater from unconsolidated sedimentary aquifers for heating in urban areas is often modelled, but rarely validated from field measurements. This study presents findings from the 'Cardiff Urban Geo-Observatory' project. This study focuses on an experimental open loop ground source heat pump scheme retrofitted to a school building. Field monitoring for three years between 2015 a...


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