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Microangiopathic Hemolytic Anemia Following Three Different Species of Hump-Nosed Pit Viper (Genus: Hypnale) Envenoming in Sri Lanka.

There are 3 species of hump-nosed pit vipers in Sri Lanka: Hypnale hypnale, Hypnale zara, and Hypnale nepa. The latter 2 are endemic to the country. Microangiopathic hemolytic anemia (MAHA) is a known complication of hump-nosed pit viper bites. It was previously documented as a complication of general viper bites and not species specific. We report a series of 3 patients who developed MAHA after being bitten by each species of hump-nosed pit viper. The first patient was bitten by H hypnale and developed a s...


Trends in self-efficacy to quit and smoking urges among homeless smokers participating in a smoking cessation RCT.

In the U.S., approximately 73% of homeless adults smoke cigarettes and they experience difficulty quitting. Homeless smokers report low self-efficacy to quit and that smoking urges are a barrier to quitting. Self-efficacy to quit and smoking urges are dynamic and change throughout smoking cessation treatment. This study examines changes in self-efficacy to quit and smoking urges throughout a smoking cessation intervention among the homeless and identifies predictors of change in these characteristics.

Patients' perceptions of their doctors' notes and after-visit summaries: A mixed methods study of patients at safety-net clinics.

Patients are increasingly offered electronic access to their doctors' notes, and many consistently receive paper After-Visit Summaries. Specific feedback from patients about notes and summaries are lacking, particularly within safety-net settings.


How are junior doctors managing patients with self-limiting illnesses at their first presentation? A video vignette study.

To conduct a video vignette survey of medical students and doctors investigating test ordering for patients presenting with self-limiting or minor illness.

Practice Patterns of Referring Physicians in Management of the Dysphonic Patient.

Objective Dysphonia is commonly encountered by primary care physicians and general otolaryngologists. We examine practice patterns of referring physicians to a tertiary voice clinic, including adherence to evidence-based guidelines. Study Design Retrospective case series with chart review. Setting Academic tertiary care hospital. Subjects and Methods In total, 821 charts of patients with voice complaints seen at a tertiary voice clinic between January 2011 and June 2016 were reviewed. Included charts (n = 7...

Crossed perceptions about malnutrition in patients and their doctors in oncology.

Malnutrition is common in oncology. However, it is often detected too late and nutritional support is sub-optimal. The patient's opinion, although often sought in therapeutic decisions in oncology, does not appear to be frequently taken into account in dietetic management. In NutriCancer2012 study, we interviewed patients, relatives and doctors about their perceptions of the impact of malnutrition and its quality of care. Of the 2209 patients questioned, majority said they were concerned about nutrition wi...

Perception of sexual ramification among women toward male doctors in today's Indian society.

The objective of the study was to assess the perception of women patients toward attitude of health professionals who have undergone physical examination.A descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted among 1,257 women. A self-administered structured questionnaire comprising of 16 questions was designed to assess perception of patients toward attitude of health professionals.Mean perception scores of the study population were 19.79 ± 1.78. Women in the age group of 29-38 years had a greater perception (...

Awareness about medico legal aspects and Consumer Protection Act among dentists.

The practice of medicine in India has undergone considerable change affecting delivery of health in both positive and negative directions. As a result, there was a growing feeling that medical treatment should be made accountable and this led to doctors and dentists becoming subject to the process of law. Patients have become more aware of their right to compensation and as a consequence doctors and dentists should be knowledgeable about the laws that govern them.

How many doctors should we train for Sri Lanka? System dynamics modelling for training needs

Over the years, Sri Lanka has achieved remarkable health gains for the money spent on health. Currently about 1450 doctors enter the health system annually. While some advocate opening up of new medical schools to address an apparent shortage of doctors in the country, others argue against it.

Gendered Expectations: Do They Contribute to High Burnout Among Female Physicians?

Patients have differing expectations of female versus male physicians. Female patients tend to seek more empathic listening and longer visits, especially with female physicians; however, female doctors are not provided more time for this. Female doctors have more female patients than male doctors, and more patients with psychosocial complexity. We propose that gender differences in patient panels and gendered expectations of female physicians may contribute to the high rate of burnout among female clinician...

Primary care providers' physical activity counseling and referral practices and barriers for cardiovascular disease prevention.

The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends offering or referring adults who are overweight or obese and have additional cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors to intensive behavioral counseling interventions to promote a healthful diet and physical activity for CVD prevention. This study determined the proportion of primary care providers (PCPs) who discussed physical activity with most of their at-risk patients and referred them to intensive behavioral counseling, and reported barriers to...

Heart Murmurs: What Patients Teach Their Doctors.

What do doctors know about assessing decision-making capacity?

To survey hospital doctors (HDs) and general practitioners (GPs) on what they know about assessing capacity, and to determine their educational needs.

Patients Contributing to Their Doctors' Notes: Insights From Expert Interviews.

Abortion Bans, Doctors, and the Criminalization of Patients.

January 2018, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology issued a position statement opposing the punishment of women for self-induced abortion. To those unfamiliar with emerging trends in abortion in the United States and worldwide, the need for the declaration might not be apparent. Several studies suggest that self-induced abortion is on the rise in the United States. Simultaneously, prosecutions of pregnant women for behavior thought to harm the fetus are increasing. The ACOG statement responds t...

In Rural Towns, Immigrant Doctors Fill A Critical Need.

Immigrant doctors have helped fill physician shortages for years. In the current political climate, are they welcome?

WASP: (Write a Scientific Paper). Doctors in Star Trek - Correctly compassionate, caring Kantian Zampolit.

Doctors in Star Trek are vital and central characters, often crucial in helping their captains to reach command decisions. They are also interdisciplinarians, performing not only medical tasks but also any form of work related to all fields of biology. Furthermore, these doctors also carry out any required research that pertains to the biological sciences. It is perhaps this unique blend of skills, combined with a fundamental orientation towards humanism and compassion, that leads to their default position,...

Medication reconciliation at two teaching hospitals in Australia: a missed opportunity?

Medication reconciliation prevents medication related harm at patient hospitalisation. This cross-sectional study demonstrated that the Hunter New England Health Admission Medication History Form that supports the two processes is underutilised in two hospitals in New South Wales with many doctors unaware of the form and pharmacists facing understaffing and time constraints for completing it. Triaging of patients and, more collaboration between doctors and pharmacists are required for efficient in-hospital ...

A pragmatic comparative study of palliative care clinician's reports of the degree of shadowing visible on plain abdominal radiographs.

The assessment of constipation symptoms is based on history and physical examination. However, the experience is highly subjective perhaps explaining why palliative medicine doctors continue to use plain abdominal radiographs as part of routine assessment of constipation. Previous studies have demonstrated poor agreement between clinicians with this work in palliative care, limited further by disparity of clinicians' experience and training. The aim of this work was to explore whether there was less variati...

The Assistant Doctors' Experience and Vocational Training Satisfaction in Ophthalmology in Bavaria: Outcomes of an Online Survey with Evaluation of the Vocational Training in Ophthalmic Surgery.

The following paper presents findings of an online survey on the assistant doctors' vocational training experiences and satisfaction in Bavaria with a special focus on the evaluation of their ophthalmic surgery training. The starting point for the survey were recent studies and experience reports on the situation of assistant doctors in ophthalmology, which have rudimentarily unveiled the assistant doctors' dissatisfaction with their ophthalmic surgery training as well as the neglect of support for acquirin...

Data systems, genomic data and expertise of doctors.

Introduction of genomic data into health care requires willingness from physicians to adopt decision support systems as well as genomic information as part of their work. In the interview study, doctors' expectations about data systems and genomic data, as well as challenges for their utilization, are brought into light. Besides technical functionality, linking of data systems and the new knowledge mediated by them for clinicians also requires that doctors understand them as part of their professional exper...

Resection of gliomas deemed inoperable by neurosurgeons based on preoperative imaging studies.

OBJECTIVE Maximal safe resection is a primary objective in the management of gliomas. Despite this objective, surgeons and referring physicians may, on the basis of radiological studies alone, assume a glioma to be unresectable. Because imaging studies, including functional MRI, may not localize brain functions (such as language) with high fidelity, this simplistic approach may exclude some patients from what could be a safe resection. Intraoperative direct electrical stimulation (DES) allows for the accura...

From Nuremberg to Guantanamo Bay: Uses of Physicians in the War on Terror.

Seventy years after the Nuremberg Doctors' Trial, health professionals and lawyers working together after 9/11 played a critical role in designing, justifying, and carrying out the US state-sponsored torture program in the CIA "Black Sites" and US military detention centers, including Abu Ghraib, Bagram, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. We analyze the similarities between the Nazi doctors and health professionals in the War on Terror and address the question of how it happened that health professionals, including ...

Smoking prevalence among doctors and nurses-2013 New Zealand census data.

To examine recent smoking trends among doctors and nurses in New Zealand.

Foundation Year 2 doctors' reasons for leaving UK medicine: an in-depth analysis of decision-making using semistructured interviews.

To explore the reasons that doctors choose to leave UK medicine after their foundation year two posts.


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