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Tracking changes in the occurrence and source of pharmaceuticals within the River Thames, UK; from source to sea.

There is a growing interest in the occurrence and sources of pharmaceutical substances in the environment. This paper reports the first detailed transect of pharmaceutical occurrence along the River Thames, UK, from source to sea, undertaken during a period of high flow in 2016. In 37 samples a total of 41 pharmaceuticals and 2 lifestyle compounds (cocaine and sucralose) were detected. Total concentration of pharmaceuticals ranged from 0.0012 μg/l to 10.24 μg/l with a median of 2.6 μg/l. Sucralose ...

Drug sourcing and motivations among a sample of people involved in the supply of pharmaceutical drugs in Australia.

The non-medical use (NMU) of pharmaceuticals is increasing internationally, along with mortality. Previous research indicates that end-users access pharmaceuticals through social networks, however little is known about supplier sources particularly outside the US. This study examined sourcing and motivations among a sample of people involved in pharmaceutical diversion and supply in Australia.

Combination of ozonation and electrolysis process to enhance elimination of thirty structurally diverse pharmaceuticals in aqueous solution.

The increasing amounts of pharmaceuticals in aqueous environment are found to be structurally diverse. O has been demonstrated as a high effective agent in removing pharmaceuticals, however, O is a very selective oxidant which is ineffective for some ozone refractory structures. Recently, a novel electrochemistry-based oxidation process (E-peroxone) has been developed by a simple combination of electrolysis and conventional ozonation process, which can produce a large amount of aqueous OH in situ. E-peroxon...

Applicability of the electrocoagulation process in treating real municipal wastewater containing pharmaceutical active compounds.

In this study, the viability of using electrocoagulation process as a method for pharmaceuticals removal from real municipal wastewater was demonstrated. Batch experimental runs were performed using a simple laboratory scale electrochemical reactor with aluminium and stainless steel as anode and cathode, respectively. Diclofenac (DCF), carbamazepine (CBZ) and amoxicillin (AMX) were selected as representative of pharmaceuticals frequently detected in the aquatic environment. The effects of varying experiment...

Effects of pharmaceuticals on microbial communities and activity of soil enzymes in mesocosm-scale constructed wetlands.

Cyperus alternifolius based mesocosm-scale constructed wetland was employed to remove pharmaceuticals. We investigated the microbial community composition using phosphor lipid fatty acids (PFLAs) analysis and substrate enzyme activity during long-term exposure to pharmaceuticals in mesocosm-scale constructed wetlands. The results showed that there was no visible inhibition effect of pharmaceuticals on CW substrate enzymes activities in the experimental range (0-500 μg/L). Microbial communities, as reveal...

Evaluation of wastewater tracers to predict pharmaceutical distributions and behavior in the Long Island Sound estuary.

Urban estuaries receive large volumes of effluents from municipal wastewater treatment facilities containing numerous contaminants, such as pharmaceuticals residues. Water was sampled for 16 highly prescribed pharmaceuticals at 17 sites along the Long Island Sound (LIS) estuary located in the Northeastern U.S. Pharmaceutical concentrations were highest in western LIS, ranging from non-detect to 71 ng L and declining steadily eastward, while river samples from four major tributaries ranged from non-detec...

Pharmaceutical residues in streams near concentrated animal feeding operations of Korea - Occurrences and associated ecological risks.

Concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) have been suggested to be the most significant source of pharmaceutical release into the environment. However, limited information is available on the occurrence of veterinary pharmaceutical residues and the associated ecological risks to the aquatic environment near CAFO areas. In this study, ten commonly used veterinary antibiotics, including sulfonamides, tetracyclines, and cephalosporins, along with three analgesics, were measured in water samples collected...

Insight into the distribution of pharmaceuticals in soil-water-plant systems.

Pharmaceuticals in agricultural soils originating from irrigation with treated wastewater and land-applied biosolids can enter field crops. However, little is known about the role of pore water in plant uptake of pharmaceuticals from soils. In this study, the fate, uptake and distribution of fifteen commonly used pharmaceuticals in soil-water-radish systems were investigated to examine the relationship between the accumulation and their physicochemical processes in soils. The results indicate that the distr...

Semi-continuous pharmaceutical and human tracer monitoring by POCIS sampling at the watershed-scale in an agricultural rural headwater river.

Pharmaceutical monitoring (37 pharmaceuticals and 3 human tracers) was conducted in a headwater streams in southwest France, an area characterized by a low population density with an elderly population (30% > 60 years old) and extensive agriculture (cow cattle breeding). Polar Organic Chemical Integrative Sampler (POCIS) were exposed for 14-day consecutive periods in 2016 at three sampling points. Three human wastewater tracers and 20 pharmaceuticals commonly used for human and/or cattle were quantified in ...

Pharmaceuticals in freshwater aquatic environments: A comparison of the African and European challenge.

Hundreds of tons of pharmaceutical compounds are annually dispensed and consumed worldwide. Pharmaceuticals are an important class of emerging environmental micropollutants: their presence in water bodies is an increasing environmental concern. The aim of this review paper is to provide a comprehensive review of the occurrence of pharmaceuticals in freshwater aquatic environments in the African and European context. A literature survey has been performed, resulting in 3024 data points related to environment...

Impact of group practices on patients, physicians and healthcare systems: protocol for a scoping review.

Group practices have potential benefits for patients, physicians and healthcare systems. Although group practices have been around for many years, research in this area is lacking and generally is centred around the economic benefits that may be realised from group practice. The aim of this scoping review is to identify the impact that group practices have on patients, physicians and healthcare systems to guide further research in this area.

Assessing the public landscape of clinical-stage pharmaceuticals through freely available online databases.

Several public databases have emerged over the past decade to enable chemo- and bio-informatics research in the field of drug development. To a naive observer, as well as many seasoned professionals, the differences among many drug databases are unclear. We assessed the availability of all pharmaceuticals with evidence of clinical testing (i.e., been in at least a Phase I clinical trial) and highlight the major differences and similarities between public databases containing clinically tested pharmaceutical...

Highly Effective Removal of Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Pharmaceuticals from Water by Zr(IV)-Based Metal-Organic Framework: Adsorption Performance and Mechanisms.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory pharmaceuticals are emerging organic micropollutants in surface water, groundwater, and wastewater, whose removal is very important yet challenging. As a new class of porous functional materials, metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) have attracted extensive attention for their adsorption applications. Here, we report that Zr(IV)-based MOFs (defective UiO-66, and MOF-808) have extraordinary adsorption ability to remove nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory pharmaceuticals from water. Excel...

PRACTITIONER APPLICATION: Identification of Approaches to Improve Patient Trust in Health Systems: A Group Concept Mapping Study.

Swimming activity in zebrafish larvae exposed to veterinary antiparasitic pharmaceuticals.

Veterinary antiparasitic pharmaceuticals have been detected in surface waters and several of these pharmaceuticals act on the nervous system on the target organisms implying that neurological effects also might be of concern in non-target animals such as fish. We tested if exposure to antiparasitic pharmaceuticals affect swimming activity in 6 days old zebrafish larvae. The results revealed that most pharmaceuticals did not cause any effects in swimming activity. However, larvae exposed to 0.58 mg/L doram...

The quantification of pharmaceutical related biological activity in effluents from wastewater treatment plants in UK and Japan.

Whilst pharmaceuticals are now routinely detected in aquatic environments, we know little of the biological activity their presence might provoke. It is estimated that nearly 40% of all marketed pharmaceuticals are G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs)-acting pharmaceuticals. Here, we applied an in vitro assay, called the TGFα shedding assay, to measure the biological activities of GPCRs-acting pharmaceuticals present in effluents from municipal wastewater treatment plants in the United Kingdom (UK) and Japa...

Effectiveness of National Pricing Policies for Patent-Protected Pharmaceuticals in the OECD: A Systematic Literature Review.

The aim of this review is to assess the current state of empirical research regarding the effectiveness of national pricing regulations of the patent-protected market for prescription pharmaceuticals. Effectiveness is understood to be the capacity of policies to have a desired impact on outcomes, such as health status, patient access, healthcare expenditure, and research investments, among others.

Transport of platinum-based pharmaceuticals in water-saturated sand and natural soil: Carboplatin and cisplatin species.

This study reports the transport characteristics of the pharmaceutical compounds carboplatin and cisplatin, and their respective derivatives, in saturated sand and soil columns. Pharmaceuticals are recognized as emerging pollutants of soil and water resources, but studies of the transport characteristics of organometallic pharmaceuticals in soil-water environments are rare. A recent study of oxaliplatin transport in natural soil raises the question of whether or not its behavior is representative of all Pt-...

A Qualitative Study of Hutterites' Perspective and Attitudes Toward Healthcare Providers.

As the U.S. becomes more diverse, so does the population presenting to healthcare providers. As a result, cultural competency has become a vital aspect of healthcare in the U.S. Providers need to understand not only how their treatments are appropriate for a specific cultural group, but also how they can most effectively communicate with and establish relationships with these patients. One of the distinct cultural groups living in South Dakota are the Hutterites. While members of the Hutterite colonies use ...

A Canadian Take on the International Patient Engagement Revolution.

This Special Issue of Healthcare Quarterly aims to provide an overview of patient and family engagement in healthcare system improvement. It brings together experts (patients, clinicians, researchers, policy makers) from across the country tasked with sharing their experiential learning regarding engagement in the Canadian healthcare system. A team of experts from the Netherlands was added to this group of authors to provide insights into European developments in this area.

Knowledge gaps among South African healthcare providers regarding the prevention of neonatal group B streptococcal disease.

To evaluate obstetric healthcare provider knowledge regarding the prevention of group B streptococcal disease in South African infants.

Comparative study on the influence of final use structure on carbon emissions in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region.

The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region's rapid economic development has led to a dramatic increase in its CO emissions, which is closely related to various regions' consumption habits and structures. In this paper, the decomposition analysis method based on input and output (IO-SDA) was applied to decompose the CO emissions change of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region from 1997 to 2012 into five driving factors: population, carbon emission efficiency, production structure, final use structure and per capita regiona...

Assessment of factors affecting diabetes management in the City Changing Diabetes (CCD) study in Tianjin.

This study aimed to identify the local levels of vulnerability among patients with Type-II diabetes (T2DM) in Tianjin. The study was aimed at curbing the rise of T2DM in cities.

Pharmaceuticals of Emerging Concern in Aquatic Systems: Chemistry, Occurrence, Effects, and Removal Methods.

In the last few decades, pharmaceuticals, credited with saving millions of lives, have emerged as a new class of environmental contaminant. These compounds can have both chronic and acute harmful effects on natural flora and fauna. The presence of pharmaceutical contaminants in ground waters, surface waters (lakes, rivers, and streams), sea water, wastewater treatment plants (influents and effluents), soils, and sludges has been well doccumented. A range of methods including oxidation, photolysis, UV-degrad...

"Please admire me!" When healthcare providers' positive stereotypes of asylum seeker patients contribute to better continuity of care.

Among asylum seekers (AS), mental health conditions are highly prevalent. However this population group has poor access to adequate services and frequently incurs discontinuity of mental healthcare. Many factors explain discontinuity of mental healthcare for asylum seekers. The aim of this study is to evaluate if facilitation of care for AS decreases healthcare provider stereotypes of this population and improves their continuity of care.

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