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Should Trolleys Be Scared of Mice? Replies to Evans and Brandt (2019); Białek, Turpin, and Fugelsang (2019); Colman, Gold, and Pulford (2019); and Plunkett and Greene (2019).

The Next Quarter Century.

Immunity celebrates its 25th anniversary at an exciting time in immunology, marked by the advent of new, door-opening approaches and a deeper understanding of the centrality of the immune system to both health and disease. We asked 25 investigators to look forward and share a vision of the next quarter century of immunology research.

Chest pain after angiography without anomalies.

Myocardial infarction can be categorized based on ECG-findings (presence or absence of ST-elevations on STEMI/NSTEMI) or on the results from coronary angiography (CAG) (presence or absence of obstructive atherosclerosis). Myocardial infarction without significant obstruction on CAG (Myocardial Infarction with Non-Obstructive Coronary Arteries/Atherosclerosis; MINOCA) occurs in up to a quarter of patients with myocardial infarcts. These patients have a higher risk of future heart diseases; up to a quarter of...

Provider and Public Health Adaptation to Changing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Guidance for Zika Virus, 2015-2017.

In 2015, Harris County (Texas) Public Health responded to the Zika virus (ZIKV) threat by investigating every report of potential ZIKV infection, including those with negative laboratory results, through December 2017. Before investigations, 40.6% of patients who were indicated for testing received it in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. By investigating reports with negative ZIKV results, we increased the number of patients receiving correct and complete laboratory test...

Changes in physical demands between game quarters of U18 elite official basketball games.

The aim of this study was to describe the physical demands during U18 elite basketball games according to the game quarter and to identify a smaller subset of variables and threshold scores that distinguish players' physical performance in each quarter.

2019 Scientific Session of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES), Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 3-6 April 2019: 2019 Posters.

Building Complexity: Making and Breaking Synthetic Subunits of the HIV Capsid.

In this issue of Cell Host & Microbe, Summers et al. (2019) use protein engineering to generate a toolbox of HIV-1 capsid oligomers. In an accompanying Cell Reports paper, Huang et al. (2019) use these oligomers to determine how the capsid engages the kinesin-1 adaptor protein FEZ1.

Empathy Huddles: Cultivating a Culture of Empathy.

Managing complex neurological patients challenges new nurses with minimal experience, which can interfere with their ability to relate empathetically to their patients. This article is the story of how 1 neuroscience unit's experience with Empathy Huddles improved the staff's ability to respond to their patients and families with empathy. The hospital collects quarterly patient satisfaction data using the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Provider and Systems. In the third and fourth quarters of 20...

Advancing Progress in Stem Cells and Biomedicine: 2018-2019 Year in Review.

Comment on "Theoretical Investigations on Geometrical and Electronic Structures of Silver Clusters".

We would like to make a few comments on the results reported in a recent paper in this journal by Tsuneda, J. Comput. Chem, 2019, 40, 206. The structures of some pure silver clusters were not correctly assigned. © 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Building Blastocysts from Stem Cells.

The blastocyst stage and the subsequent implantation are critical for a successful pregnancy, yet are challenging to study in vivo. In this issue of Stem Cell Reports, Kime et al. (2019) describe a novel way to generate blastocyst-like structures only from pluripotent stem cells. These structures mimic several aspects of the early embryo, offering a new promising tool to study this stage.

Platelets Give a Running Start to Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis.

Exercise boosts neural stem and progenitor cell proliferation and differentiation in the dentate gyrus region of the hippocampus. In this issue of Stem Cell Reports, Leiter et al. (2019) identify acute exercise-induced platelet activation and platelet factor-4 as novel systemic mediators of adult hippocampal neurogenesis.

The standardization of the report for urine cell counting-A converting factor for Sysmex UF-1000i.

Multicenter laboratory may apply both automated flow cytometer and microscopy for urinalysis. Automated flow cytometer such as Sysmex UF-1000i evaluates particles with native urine without centrifugation and reports as "counts per μL." Microscopic examination recommended as the reference method for urine sediment analysis reports results as "counts per HPF (or μL)." Moreover, some results from flow cytometer are needed to be checked visually under microscopy. Therefore, it is worth to establish the consis...

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Mandates: Impact On Opioid Prescribing And Related Hospital Use.

Comprehensive mandates for prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs) require state-licensed prescribers and dispensers both to register with and to use the programs in most clinical circumstances. Such mandates have the potential to improve providers' participation and reduce opioid-related adverse events. Using Medicaid prescription data and hospital utilization data across the US in the period 2011-16, we found that state implementation of comprehensive PDMP mandates was associated with a reduction in...

Variation in Follow-up Imaging Recommendations in Radiology Reports: Patient, Modality, and Radiologist Predictors.

Background Variation between radiologists when making recommendations for additional imaging and associated factors are, to the knowledge of the authors, unknown. Clear identification of factors that account for variation in follow-up recommendations might prevent unnecessary tests for incidental or ambiguous image findings. Purpose To determine incidence and identify factors associated with follow-up recommendations in radiology reports from multiple modalities, patient care settings, and imaging divisions...

Uncoupling the DSB End-Protecting and CSR-Promoting Functions of 53BP1.

Sundaravinayagam et al. (2019) uncovered a critical role of 53BP1 in class switch recombination in B cells beyond its role in limiting end resection.

Hospitalization risk factors of older cohorts of home health care patients: A systematic review.

Nearly one million Medicare home health care beneficiaries are hospitalized annually of which one-quarter are considered preventable. Older hospitalized patients are at risk for nosocomial complications and poorer outcomes and incur higher health care costs. This paper reports the results of a systematic review of 28 studies on hospitalization risk factors of older home health care patients. It found that males, Blacks, and non-Asian minorities are at greater hospitalization risk. Factors associated with hi...

ISN-ASN 2019 Meeting, Montreal, Canada, 4th-8th August 2019.

ILTS Annual Congress 2019, Toronto, Cananda, May 15-18, 2019.

Optimal currents for electrical stimulation of bone fracture repair: A computational analysis including variations in frequency, tissue properties, and fracture morphology.

Fracture healing happens naturally in most bone break cases. Occasionally prolongation of restoration period or non-union of the fracture may occur, where electrical stimulation has been shown to facilitate bone restoration by stimulating osteoblasts. Despite clinical use, a comprehensive computational model linking the applied currents to the stimulating field in the fracture has been missing. In this paper, we investigate the input current needed to stimulate osteoblasts in a fracture in the human forearm...

Waun Ki Hong (1942-2019) John Mendelsohn (1936-2019).

Perspectives on urea cycle disorder management: Results of a clinician survey.

Urea cycle disorders (UCDs) are rare inborn errors of urea synthesis. US and European consensus statements on the diagnosis and treatment of UCDs were last published in 2001 and 2019, respectively. Recommendations are based primarily on case reports and expert opinion and there is limited agreement or consistency related to long-term management approaches. A clinician survey was conducted to assess current real-world practices and perspectives on challenges and unmet needs.

AGSMO Jahreskongress 2019 Supportive Therapie bei Krebs, Berlin, 15.-16. März 2019.

Abstracts of the UROFAIR 2019, Best Practices & Emerging Trends in Urology, 4-6 April 2019, Singapore.

Understanding real world maternity care using video techniques.

Post Partum Haemorrhage (PPH) is a global problem that requires a team-based approach for effective care and management. There are a plethora of national reports that have identified deficiencies in clinical teamworking leading to preventable mortality and morbidity in PPH. Furthermore, improving teamworking has been associated with improved outcomes (Liberati, E.G., et al., Soc Sci Med, 2019. 223: p. 64-72). A study that furthers our understanding of effective teams and their function in real life is ther...

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