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The implementation of an electronic health record: Comparing preparations for Epic in Norway with experiences from the UK and Denmark.

The implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) requires careful preparations but may still cause trouble. In this study we focus on one EHR - Epic.


10th Kuwait Dermatology Update and Laser Symposium, April 23-25, 2019, Kuwait City.

The tenth edition of this extraordinary dermatologic congress was held in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in the magnificent Kuwait City on April 23-25, 2019, thanks to the patronage of His Excellency, the Honorable Dr. Basel H Al-Sabah, Minister of Health, Kuwait. It was organized and shepherded by the renowned Chairman of the Dermatology Council in Kuwait, Professor Nawaf Al-Mutairi, FRCP Edin This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Urban and semi-urban mosquitoes of Mexico City: A risk for endemic mosquito-borne disease transmission.

Since past century, vector-borne diseases have been a major public health concern in several states of Mexico. However, Mexico City continues to be free of endemic mosquito-borne viral diseases. The city is the most important politic and economic state of Mexico and one of the most important city of Latin America. Its subtropical highland climate and high elevation (2240 masl) had historically made the occurrence of Aedes species unlikely. However, the presence of other potential disease vectors (Culex spp,...


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Cumulative Risks of Multiple Criminal Justice Outcomes in New York City.

Previous research has provided estimates of the cumulative risk of felony conviction and imprisonment in the United States. These experiences are, however, also the rarest; most of what happens in the criminal justice system occurs at the level of the misdemeanor rather than the felony. This article addresses our limited understanding of the scope of subfelony justice by providing estimates of the cumulative risk of several lower-level arrest outcomes for one jurisdiction: New York City. Because of excess l...

Pediatric Blood Lead Levels Within New York City Public Versus Private Housing, 2003-2017.

To compare blood lead levels (BLLs) among children residing in public and private housing in New York City and examine the implications for lead identification and remediation policies. We examined electronic medical records for BLLs among 4693 children receiving care at a multisite Federally Qualified Health Center during 2003 to 2017. We plotted home addresses against city housing data to assess BLL differences between children living in public housing and private housing. Only 0.25% of children residin...

T1ρ, T2 mapping, and EPIC-µCT imaging in a canine model of knee osteochondral injury.

The dog is the most commonly used large animal model for the study of osteoarthritis. Optimizing methods for assessing cartilage health would prove useful in reducing the number of dogs needed for valid study of osteoarthritis and cartilage repair. Twelve beagles had critical-sized osteochondral defects created in the medial femoral condyle of both knees. Eight dogs had T1ρ and T2 MRI performed approximately 6 months after defect creation. Following MRI evaluations, all twelve dogs were humanely euthanatiz...

How the medium shapes the message: Printing and the rise of the arts and sciences.

Communication technologies, from printing to social media, affect our historical records by changing the way ideas are spread and recorded. Yet, finding statistical evidence of this fact has been challenging. Here we combine a common causal inference technique (instrumental variable estimation) with a dataset on nearly forty thousand biographies from Wikipedia (Pantheon 2.0), to study the effect of the introduction of printing in European cities on Wikipedia's digital biographical records. By using a city's...

H. Michael Shepard, Dennis J. Slamon, and Axel Ullrich honored with the 2019 Lasker~DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award.

Maintaining Updated Patient's Medication Records: Introduction of an Order-on-Behalf Service by Pharmacists.

Accurate medication records are integral to healthcare, especially for obstetrics and gynecology and pediatric patients. When pharmacists perform verbal interventions with prescribers, these were often not updated in the patients' medication records. To address this issue, the order-on-behalf (OOB) service by pharmacists was implemented in late November 2015, with the aim of providing timely updates of patients' medication records. The impact of service will be evaluated in this article.

Erratum to "Deer Keds (Diptera: Hippoboscidae: Lipoptena and Neolipoptena) in the United States and Canada: New State and County Records, Pathogen Records, and an Illustrated Key to Species".

Modelling the impacts of climate and land use changes on soil water erosion: Model applications, limitations and future challenges.

The world is experiencing serious soil losses. Soil erosion has become an important environmental problem in certain regions and is strongly affected by climate and land use changes. By selecting and reviewing 13 extensively used soil water erosion models (SWEMs) from the published literature, we summarize the current model-based knowledge on how climate factors (e.g., rainfall, freeze-thaw cycles, rainstorms, temperature and atmospheric CO concentrations) and land use change impact soil erosion worldwide. ...

New York City Panel on Climate Change 2019 Report Chapter 9: Perspectives on a City in a Changing Climate 2008-2018.

Revisiting dengue-related knowledge, attitudes and practices: A cross-sectional study in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 2018.

In recent years, Vietnam has been recorded as one of the most endemic areas of dengue fever (DF). Thus, controlling DF has become a matter of concern to healthcare professionals and the government. Nevertheless, there has been little research exploring inhabitants' awareness about DF in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The aims of the study was to assess the knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) regarding DF by the population in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

For A Big-City Health Department, A New Focus On Health Equity.

New York City officials have shifted resources to focus on once underserved communities such as the Brownsville neighborhood, in Brooklyn.

Blessing or curse of electronic health records - readmissions following infrarenal AAA repair in electronic health records.

Essential TNM: Evaluation of a Training Exercise in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Information on cancer stage at diagnosis is largely missing or poorly documented among population-based cancer registries in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). In an early field trial of Essential TNM staging, it was observed that some training was needed to enable cancer registrars to abstract the correct TNM from case records. In November 2018, the Addis Ababa City Cancer Registry hosted a training course attended by 17 participants from 16 cancer registries in SSA. The participants were asked to stage 16 cancer c...

Concordance Between Electronic Clinical Documentation and Physicians' Observed Behavior.

Following the adoption of electronic health records into a regulatory environment designed for paper records, there has been little investigation into the accuracy of physician documentation.

The Dedicated Emergency Physician Model of emergency care is associated with reduced pre-hospital transportation time: A retrospective study with a nationwide database in Japan.

In Japan, the increasing number of patients needing emergency medical care due to population aging is a major public health problem. Recently, emergency medicine in Japan has seen a growth in the number of Dedicated Emergency Physician Model style departments. We aimed to determine whether there is an association between Dedicated Emergency Physician Model emergency care and pre-hospital transportation time. We conducted a secondary analysis of a Japanese national pre-hospital database from 2010 to 2014. Th...

A Visual Analytics Dashboard to Summarize Serial Anesthesia Records in Pediatric Radiation Treatment.

 Young children who undergo radiation therapy may require general anesthesia to remain still during weeks of radiation sessions. On a typical day at our hospital, an anesthesia team will care for 10 patients in the radiation therapy suite, and each patient will have multiple prior anesthetic records. Daily review of prior anesthesia records is important to maintain anesthetic consistency and to identify potential improvement, yet our electronic health record (EHR) made such review time-consuming and cumbe...

Creation of a Multicenter Pediatric Inpatient Data Repository Derived from Electronic Health Records.

 Integration of electronic health records (EHRs) data across sites and access to that data remain limited.

Early attitudes to X-rays in Buenos Aires, 1896-1897: medicine, esotericism and popular fantasies.

The goal of this article is to document early attitudes to X-rays in scientific culture in the city of Buenos Aires. Using various types of periodical sources, the text explores the different reactions to the novelty among different actors in the literary world. Newspapers and weekly magazines for the general public quickly broadcast the discovery, stressing its marvelous or prodigious nature. Meanwhile, physicians in the city took contrasting positions, ranging from mistrust to enthusiasm. Lastly, spiritua...

Between vaccines, diseases, and resistances: the impacts of a smallpox epidemic in nineteenth-century Porto Alegre.

This article examines a smallpox epidemic which killed 1% of the population of Porto Alegre in 1874. Through extensive documentary research and comparison with data from those who died, we problematize why smallpox manifested as an epidemic in the city. Maps showing vaccination in the years preceding the outbreak reveal that only low levels of the population of Porto Alegre participated in prevention efforts, and the benefits of these efforts were ignored by the different social groups which were interconne...

Hospital admissions in the first year of life: inequalities over three decades in a southern Brazilian city.

Hospital admissions in infancy are declining in several countries. We describe admissions to neonatal intensive care units (NICU) and other hospitalizations over a 33-year period in the Brazilian city of Pelotas.

DNA-HPV transition rate and related factors in HPV-infected women in can Tho City, Vietnam.

To determine DNA-HPV transition rates and related factors in HPV-infected women 18-69 years of age in Can Tho City from 2013 to 2018.


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