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Survival prediction for patients with incurable malignancies is invaluable information during end-of-life discussions, as it helps the healthcare team to appropriately recommend treatment options and consider hospice enrolment. Assessment of performance status may differ between different healthcare professionals (HCPs), which could have implications in predicting prognosis. The aim of this systematic review and meta-analysis is to update a prior systematic review with recent articles, as well as conduct a ...
To perform an updated systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials evaluating epinephrine for adult out-of-hospital cardiac arrest resuscitation.
As the field of neurogenetics is expanding rapidly and variant classification criteria evolve, genetic variants in databases are re-evaluated overtime allowing updated classifications of pathogenicity predication. When caring for patients with genetic disorders, it is important to obtain the original genetic report and also consider an updated reanalysis.
Women in emergency medicine (EM) at all career stages report gender-specific obstacles to satisfaction and advancement. Programs that facilitate longitudinal mentoring, professional development, and networking may ameliorate these barriers.
The present systematic review aimed to assess the healthcare financing system by studying the relevant indicators in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). The focus of this research was on the entire healthcare system without considering any specific healthcare service or population group. This article explains the conditions of equity in people's payments for healthcare services in LMICs and focuses on the strengths and weaknesses of successful or failed healthcare systems.
Children experience acute pain with routine and emergent healthcare, and untreated pain can lead to a range of repercussions. Assessment is vital to diagnosing and treating acute pain. Given the internal nature of pain, self-report is predominant. This topical review reflects on the state of the field of pediatric acute pain self-report, and proposes a framework for acute pain assessment via self-report.
Over the last decade, there have been numerous developments and changes in treatment practices for the management of patients with immune thrombocytopenia (ITP). This article is an update of the International Consensus Report published in 2010. A critical review was performed to identify all relevant articles published between 2009 and 2018. An expert panel screened, reviewed, and graded the studies and formulated the updated consensus recommendations based on the new data. The final document provides conse...
We reviewed the hypothesised mechanisms of skin cancerogenesis for thiazide diuretics; conducted an updated meta-analysis of studies focusing on their association with skin cancer risk; critically appraised the quality of available studies and identified knowledge gaps; and discussed implications for health professionals and patients.
The optimal surgical approach of parathyroidectomy for patients with secondary hyperparathyroidism (SHPT) has been controversial. The updated meta-analysis aimed to compare the effectiveness of subtotal parathyroidectomy (SPTX) versus total parathyroidectomy with autotransplantation (TPTX + AT).
Culturally and linguistically diverse patients access healthcare services less than the host populations and are confronted with different barriers such as language barriers, legal restrictions or differences in health beliefs. In order to reduce these disparities, the promotion of cultural competence in healthcare organizations has been a political goal. This scoping review aims to collect components and strategies from evaluated interventions that provide culturally competent healthcare for culturally and...
Functional dyspepsia (FD) is a chronic upper gastrointestinal (GI) symptom complex that routine diagnostic work-up, such as endoscopy, blood laboratory analysis, or radiological examination, fails to identify a cause. It is highly prevalent in the World population, and its response to the various available therapeutic strategies is only modest because of the heterogenous nature of its pathogenesis. Therefore, FD represents a heavy medical burden for healthcare systems. We constituted a guideline development...
The practice models, interdisciplinary team functions, intersecting competencies, economies, and settings of contemporary healthcare are all in flux, demanding that educators reconsider traditional health professions clinical education models and partnerships. The Association of Schools Advancing Health Professions (ASAHP) and Allied Health (AH) deans, collectively and individually, must determine the priorities and strategies to advance AH education. This paper offers five recommendations that stem from a ...
Over the last fifteen years, UK HealthCare, the clinical enterprise of the University of Kentucky, has undertaken three clinical strategic plans in order to secure its position as a research-intensive, referral academic medical center. The first plan, titled Securing the Traditional Marketplace (2005-2010), focused on building advanced subspecialty programs on campus while pursuing partnerships with providers in UK HealthCare's traditional marketplace, eastern Kentucky. The second plan, Expanding the Footpr...
The current report provides an updated review of sleep disturbance in posttraumatic stress disorder and anxiety-related disorders. First, this review provides a summary description of the unique and overlapping clinical characteristics and physiological features of sleep disturbance in specific DSM anxiety-related disorders. Second, this review presents evidence of a bidirectional relationship between sleep disturbance and anxiety-related disorders, and provides a model to explain this relationship by integ...
Equity in healthcare is an overarching goal of many healthcare systems around the world. Empirical studies of equity in healthcare utilisation primarily rely on the horizontal inequity (HI) approach which measures unequal utilisation of healthcare services by socioeconomic status (SES) for equal medical need. The HI method examines, quantifies, and explains inequity which is based on regression analysis, the concentration index, and the decomposition technique. However, this method is not beyond limitation...
There is anecdotal evidence that many patients who undergo reduction mammoplasty (RM) procedures, to relieve symptoms of large breasts, also report improvement in existing back pain. Given how important back pain is as a healthcare burden, the literature which explores the relationship between RM and back pain is sparse. Thus, we aimed to appraise whether such a correlation exists, through systematic review and meta-analysis.
To estimate tobacco use prevalence in healthcare workers (HCW) by country income level, occupation and sex, and compare the estimates with the prevalence in the general population.
The purpose of this systematic review was twofold. First, we sought to summarize the literature on barriers and facilitators to successful healthcare transition for adolescents living with HIV from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Next, we assessed healthcare transition-related policies in countries from which we identified barriers and facilitators to determine the extent to which practice and policy meet to address the country-specific needs of adolescents living with HIV during healthcar...
Rapid urbanization requires health promotion practitioners to understand and engage with strategic city planning. This policy analysis research investigated how and why health was taken up into strategic land use planning in Sydney, Australia, between 2013 and 2018. This qualitative study develops two case studies of consecutive instances of strategic planning in Sydney. Data collection was done via in-depth stakeholder interviews (n = 11) and documentary analysis. Data collection and analysis revolved ...
A recent report by the Netherlands Centre for Ethics and Health (CEG) is a valuable contribution to the discussion around patient safety and regulatory pressure in healthcare. The CEG criticizes the recent tendency to make safety the sole and absolute value in healthcare practice. Doing so, not only downplays the dilemmas healthcare professionals are confronted with, but also creates an unnecessary regulatory burden. The report shows how professional practices are more than capable of managing conflicting v...
Although frailty of older people has been shown to be associated with numerous adverse health outcomes, evidence on healthcare costs associated with frailty is scarce.
Ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAAs) have mortality estimated at 81%.
Access to dental healthcare services is a major determinant of dental health in communities. This meta-analysis was conducted to estimate the global prevalence of dental needs and of unmet dental needs in adolescents.
Certifications for medical cannabis are generally restricted to a small number of specific medical conditions, yet patients frequently report symptoms of pain, anxiety, and depression as reasons for use. This is a critical concern for researchers, healthcare providers, and policymakers, yet research in this area is currently obstructed by the lack of a focused review or empirical synthesis on patient-reported reasons for medical cannabis use.
Corrigendum to O'Connor LE, Gifford CL, Woerner DR, Sharp JL, Belk KE, Campbell WW. Dietary Meat Categories and Descriptions in Chronic Disease Research Are Substantively Different within and between Experimental and Observational Studies: A Systematic Review and Landscape Analysis. Adv Nutr 2020;11(1):41-51.