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The Role of Completion Lymphadenectomy in Positive Regional Lymph Nodes in Melanoma: A Meta-analysis.

The optimal management of melanoma with positive sentinel lymph node (SLN) remains unclear. Completion lymph node dissection (CLND) only yields additional positive non-SLN in 20% of cases and its benefits on survival remains debatable.


Assessment of the ergonomic risk from saddle and conventional seats in dentistry: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

This study aimed to verify whether the saddle seat provides lower ergonomic risk than conventional seats in dentistry.

Polyoxometalate-Cyclodextrin Metal-Organic Frameworks: From Tunable Intrinsic Microporosity to Customized Storage Functionality.

Self-assembly allows structures to organize themselves into regular patterns by using local forces to find the lowest-energy configuration. However, assembling organic and inorganic building blocks in an ordered framework is hampered by the difficulties of interfacing two dissimilar materials. Herein, the ensemble of polyoxometalates (POMs) and cyclodextrins (CDs) as molecular building blocks (MBBs) has yielded two unprecedented POM-CD-MOFs, namely [PW12O40]3- & α-CD MOF (POT-CD) and [P10P15.5O50]19- & γ-...


Prescription fill rates for acute and chronic medications in claims-EMR linked data.

Nonadherence to prescribed medications poses a significant public health problem. Prescription data in electronic medical records (EMRs) linked with pharmacy claims data provides an opportunity to examine the prescription fill rates and factors associated with it.Using a claims-EMR linked data, patients who had a prescription for either an antibiotic, antihypertensive, or antidiabetic in EMR were identified (index prescription). Prescription fill was defined as a pharmacy claim found within the 90 days foll...

Admission cardiotocography: A hospital based validation study.

Admission CTG is a short fetal heart rate (FHR) tracing recorded immediately at hospital admission to avoid unnecessary delay in action among pregnancies complicated by pre-existent fetal distress. There are different opinions regarding the value of the admission CTG, especially in low risk pregnancies.

Investigation on the impact of powder arching in small die filling.

The flow of particulate materials is critical during processes such as mixing, compression and packing. Non-cohesive arching, a feature characteristic of coarse and free-flowing particles, has been studied extensively for silos and hoppers. However, the arching of powders during die fill has received much less attention. In this study, die fill performance of coarse and free-flowing nonpareils was evaluated using a specially designed die filling device in order to investigate the impact of non-cohesive arch...

Government doctor absenteeism and its effects on consumer demand in rural north India.

Government doctor absenteeism from their public posts is a sizable problem across developing economies. The consumer demand estimation for outpatient fever treatment presented in this paper investigates the interrelationship between government doctor absenteeism and the large informal healthcare sector. Using a counterfactual framework, this paper estimates treatment effect of eliminating government doctor absenteeism. The effects are measured by changes to the market share of government Bachelor of Medicin...

Gaps in chlamydia treatment within California family planning clinics: Are patients filling prescriptions?

Compared with receiving medication dispensed in a health center, patients receiving prescriptions must take additional steps for treatment. Few clinics have protocols for ensuring prescriptions are filled. This study evaluated prescription fill rates for chlamydia treatment based on claims data in California Title X clinics, and examined fill rates by patient demographics and clinic type.

Measuring mistreatment of women throughout the birthing process: implications for quality of care assessments.

Measuring mistreatment and quality of care during childbirth is important in promoting respectful maternity care. We describe these dimensions throughout the birthing process from admission, delivery and immediate postpartum care. We observed 677 client-provider interactions and conducted 13 facility assessments in Kenya. We used descriptive statistics and logistic regression model to illustrate how mistreatment and clinical process of care vary through the birthing process. During admission, the prevalence...

Ian T Meredith MBBS PhD.

An Enhanced Actualized DNP Model to Improve DNP Project Placements, Rigor, and Completion.

Doctor of nursing practice (DNP) projects are summative evaluations of enactment of the DNP Essentials. However, information about structure, process, and outcomes of DNP projects is scarce. Guided by an enhanced actualized DNP model, this study tested the effect of a PhD-DNP-site mentor model to guide DNP projects. Time-to-complete assignments, defense, and graduation improved; high satisfaction for students, mentors, and faculty were found; and a strengthened academic-practice partnership occurred, leadin...

Risk factors for admission after shoulder arthroscopy.

Shoulder arthroscopy is a common orthopedic procedure typically performed on an outpatient basis. Occasionally, patients require an unplanned hospital admission. An understanding of the incidence and risk factors for admission after shoulder arthroscopy may assist surgeons in determining which patients may be susceptible to unplanned admission after surgery.

Quality improvement: A practical nursing program's admission test.

Academic institutions are under pressure to maintain a nearly flawless retention rate, while graduating successful students. The use of standardized admission tests to provide data driven decisions regarding applicant selection is common. The varying reliability and validity of current standardized tests inspired a large Canadian academic institution to use a faculty developed admission test for admission to its practical nursing (PN) program.

Performance of Electronic Prediction Rules for Prevalent Delirium at Hospital Admission.

Delirium at admission is associated with increased hospital morbidity and mortality, but it may be missed in up to 70% of cases. Use of a predictive algorithm in an electronic medical record (EMR) system could provide critical information to target assessment of those with delirium at admission.

Powder die filling under gravity and suction fill mechanisms.

In pharmaceutical tablet manufacturing, the powder formulation is filled into a die and compacted into a tablet using rigid punches. Die fill is important because it limits the productivity of tablet presses and determines key quality attributes of tablets including weight and content uniformity. Die fill occurs due to gravity and suction fill mechanisms. A model linear shoe-die filling system has been instrumented with pressure measurement devices for detailed characterisation of air pressure evolution as ...

Admission diagnoses among patients with heart failure: Variation by ACO performance on a measure of risk-standardized acute admission rates.

A key quality metric for Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) is the rate of hospitalization among patients with heart failure (HF). Among this patient population, non-HF-related hospitalizations account for a substantial proportion of admissions. Understanding the types of admissions and the distribution of admission types across ACOs of varying performance may provide important insights for lowering admission rates.

Completion lymphadenectomy for a positive sentinel node biopsy in melanoma patients is not associated with a survival benefit.

Completion lymph node dissection (CLND) for sentinel lymph node (SLN) disease in melanoma patients is debated. We evaluated the impact of CLND on survival and assessed for predictors of nonsentinel node metastasis (positive CLND).

Costs and complications of increased length of stay following adolescent idiopathic scoliosis surgery.

Accelerated discharge protocols for scoliosis surgery have recently been described in the literature. There are limited data describing the association of length of stay (LOS) during the index admission with postoperative outcomes. We sought to define the economic and clinical implications of an additional 1 day in the hospital for scoliosis surgery. The Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System database was used to identify patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis who underwent spinal fusion ...

Nursing home admission after myocardial infarction in the elderly: A nationwide cohort study.

Data on nursing home admission after myocardial infarction (MI) in the elderly are scarce. We investigated nursing home admission within 6 months and 2 years after MI including predictors for nursing home admission in a nationwide cohort of elderly patients.

Delivering Family Psychoeducation at the Mental Health Acute Inpatient Service: A Practitioner Narrative.

Accessible Summary What is known on the subject? • The admission of a loved one for first episode psychosis can cause considerable distress and confusion for family members. • Psychoeducation can enhance family members' knowledge of the disease process and their role in supporting recovery. What this paper adds to existing knowledge • There is limited research on psychoeducation processes within adult inpatient settings. • A Practitioner Narrative found that basic assessment questions can help guide...

Multi-objective admission planning problem: a two-stage stochastic approach.

Effective admission planning can improve inpatient throughput and waiting times, resulting in better quality of service. The uncertainty in the patient arrival and the availability of resources makes the patient's allocation difficult to manage. Thus, in the admission process hospitals aim to accomplish targets of resource utilization and to lower the cost of service. Both objectives are related and in conflict. In this paper, we present a bi-objective stochastic optimization model to study the trade-off be...

Very early diuretic response after admission for acute heart failure.

In hospitalized heart failure patients, a poor diuretic response (DR) during the first days of hospital admission is associated with worse outcomes. However, it remains unknown whether diuretic response in the first hours has similar prognostic value. Moreover, data on the sequential change in DR during hospital admission are lacking.

Identifying hospital acquired infections using retrospective record review from the Irish National Adverse Events Study (INAES) and European point prevalence survey case definitions.

Point prevalence surveys (PPSs) collect data on hospital acquired infections (HAIs) at one point in time but do not provide information on incidence over the entire admission or impact on patients or healthcare resources. Retrospective record review examines the entire admission to determine adverse event prevalence, incidence, preventability, physical impairment and additional length of stay.

Admission to bed 13 in the ICU does not reduce the chance of survival.

To examine whether admission to bed number 13 on our intensive care unit has any negative impact on the patient's hospital mortality.

Intestinal carriage of antibiotic resistant Acinetobacter baumannii among newborns hospitalized in Moroccan neonatal intensive care unit.

This study was conducted in order to assess the acquisition rate of Acinetobacter baumannii by newborn screening, on admission and during the discharge process of neonatal intensive care unit. (NICU). Furthermore, we investigated risk factors for potential colonization and molecular epidemiology of isolated resistant bacteria. This prospective study was conducted in the neonatal unit of Hassan II University Hospital of Fez from February 2013 to July 2015. During this period, all consecutive admitted neonate...


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