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Educating the Future of Science and Medicine.

For the past two decades, veterinary educators have been at the forefront of innovations in educational practices related to science and medicine. Many of the resulting methods have been translated and implemented as best practices across the breadth of disciplines in higher education. However, past World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) global conferences have highlighted the necessity for improving global harmonization of veterinary medical education. This underscores a growing need for even broader d...

Insights in Public Health: Recognize, Retreat, and Report: Education and Community Partnerships Essential to Injury Prevention from Unexploded Ordnance across Hawaii's WWII Training Grounds.

Quick Sepsis-related Organ Failure Assessment predicts 72-h mortality in patients with suspected infection.

The aim of this study was to compare quick Sepsis-related Organ Failure Assessment (qSOFA) and Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS) scores for predicting mortality.

Barriers to and enablers of implementing antimicrobial stewardship programs in veterinary practices.

Antimicrobial stewardship (AMS) programs are yet to be widely implemented in veterinary practice and medical programs are unlikely to be directly applicable to veterinary settings.

Analytical quality goals-a review.

Analytical quality goals indicate how laboratory tests must perform to be clinically useful for their intended purpose. These goals have historically focused on analytical error assessment for quantitative methods and vary with measurand concentration or activity, and species. Although formalized quality goal models have been developed in human medicine, quality goals in veterinary medicine, to date, have not been formalized; use of human regulatory-based goals, consensus-based goals, or biologic variation-...

Prognostic value of prehospital quick sequential organ failure assessment score among patients with suspected infection.

After the third international consensus on sepsis released its new definitions, the prognostic value of quick sequential organ failure assessment (qSOFA) score has been confirmed in the emergency department. However, its validity in the prehospital setting remains unknown. The objective of the study was to assess its accuracy for prehospital patients cared by emergency physician-staffed ambulances (services mobiles d'urgence et de réanimation SMUR).

Prognostic value of echocardiographic indices of left atrial morphology and function in dogs with myxomatous mitral valve disease.

The prognostic relevance of left atrial (LA) morphological and functional variables, including those derived from speckle tracking echocardiography (STE), has been little investigated in veterinary medicine.

Seizure occurrence in dogs under primary veterinary care in the UK: prevalence and risk factors.

Primary-care veterinary clinical records can offer data to determine generalizable epidemiological data on seizures occurrence in the dog population.

Strengthening data to inform building code improvements: time for an international dialogue: Editorial for the European Journal of Public Health.

Leadless Pacemaker: Report of the First Experience in Hawai'i.

We had the opportunity to implant the first leadless pacemakers in Hawai'i. This device represents a major change in pacemaker technology. This is a report of the first five cases and a review of the literature. All these devices were implanted via femoral venous access (versus conventional upper chest axillary/subclavian/cephalic routes), with an unique fixation mechanism allowing direct attachment to the ventricular myocardium (dispensing the usage of long transvenous electrode leads). The miniature gener...

Introducing evidence into practice.

describes how Nottingham vet school is helping vets embrace evidence-based veterinary medicine.

Recent advances in viral vectors in veterinary vaccinology.

Viral vectored vaccines, particularly using vectors such as adenovirus, herpesvirus and poxviruses, are used widely in veterinary medicine, where this technology has been adopted much more quickly than in human medicine. There are now a large number of programmes to develop viral vector vaccine platforms for humans and very similar or identical vectors are being developed for veterinary medicine. The shared experiences of developing these new vaccine platforms across the two disciplines is accelerating prog...

14 International Congress of the European Association for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology held in Wroclaw, Poland, June 24-27, 2018. Guest edited by Błażej Poźniak, Marcin Świtała and Johanna Fink-Gremmels.

Incidence of and associated factors for bacterial colonization of intravenous catheters removed from dogs in response to clinical complications.

Infection rate associated with intravenous (IV) catheter placement is emerging as an important issue in small animal veterinary medicine, mostly because of the economic costs associated with these infections. Identification of possible associated factors may provide useful information for the surveillance and prevention of such infections.

Medical School Hotline: New Research Grants Awarded in AY 2016-2017 at the John A. Burns School of Medicine.

Medical School Hotline: School of Medicine Departments - Year in Review 2017, Part 2.

Teaching Veterinary Parasitology in Portugal in the 21st century - Changes, challenges and opportunities after the Bologna process.

Veterinary education in Portugal began in 1830, but individualised teaching of parasitology started in 1911 at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Lisbon (FMV-ULisboa). Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases were taught in the 3rd and 4th years of the veterinary course, respectively. In 2007/2008, a new curriculum was implemented as a consequence of the Bologna Process (BP), with Parasitology converted into "Parasitology I" (General Parasitology, Arthropods and Protozoology) and "Parasitology II"...

A comparison of new drugs approved by the FDA, the EMA, and Swissmedic: an assessment of the international harmonization of drugs.

This study compared the characteristics of new human drugs approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the European Medicine Agency (EMA), and Swissmedic (SMC) in the period 2007 to 2016.

Saccadic oscillations in 4 dogs and 1 cat.

Disorders affecting the control of saccadic eye movements result in involuntary saccadic oscillations and are widely reported in human medicine. Information regarding the occurrence and potential importance of saccadic oscillations in veterinary medicine is currently limited. The clinical histories of three dogs and one cat displaying involuntary eye movements consistent with opsoclonus are presented, with final diagnoses including idiopathic generalized tremor syndrome and neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (N...

Promoting public health in nutrition: Nutri-Score and the tug of war between public health and the food industry.

Early variation of quick sequential organ failure assessment score to predict in-hospital mortality in emergency department patients with suspected infection.

The quick sequential organ failure assessment (qSOFA) score showed good prognostic performance in patients with suspicion of infection in the emergency department (ED). However, previous studies only assessed the performance of individual values of qSOFA during the ED stay. As this score may vary over short timeframes, the optimal time of measurement, and the prognostic value of its variation are unclear. The objective of the present study was to prospectively assess the prognostic value of the change in qS...

New European privacy regulation: Assessing the impact for digital medicine innovations.

Involving the public in epidemiological public health research: a qualitative study of public and stakeholder involvement in evaluation of a population-wide natural policy experiment.

Public involvement in research is considered good practice by European funders; however, evidence of its research impact is sparse, particularly in relation to large-scale epidemiological research.

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