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Evaluating the impact of an international short-term medical mission through diabetic glycemic control.

This prospective observational study evaluated the impact of a primary care-based, international, short-term medical mission's (STMM) impact on diabetes disease burden as represented through reductions in hemoglobin A1C (HbA1c).


Teamwork and collaboration in long-duration space missions: Going to extremes.

The scientific study of teamwork in the context of spaceflight has uncovered a considerable amount of knowledge over the past 20 years. Although much is known about the underlying factors and processes of teamwork, much is left to be discovered for teams who will be operating in extreme isolation and confinement during a future Mars mission. Special considerations must be made to enhance teamwork and team well-being for multi-year missions during which the small team will live and work together. We discuss ...

Mission Statement.


The Mission of Safety Net Hospitals: Charity or Equity?

The traditional mission of safety net hospitals has been charity, providing the best healthcare for all individuals no matter their ability to pay. The focus has been on vulnerable populations that are low-income, uninsured, and other upstream circumstances that manifest downstream as poor health, poor health outcomes, and repeated high-cost interventions that fail to break cycles of perpetual health instability. Safety net hospitals are committed to serving their populations, even if only temporarily, thro...

Mission Chechnya.

The Clean India Mission: Public and Animal Health benefits.

The Clean India Mission is a national campaign that aims for complete elimination of open defecation from the country. In India, 564 million people do not have access to toilets and defecate in the open environment. The 'Millennium development goals' have given increased weightage to elimination of open defecation for improving health, nutrition and productivity of developing country populations. The Indian economy bears an estimated annual total loss (in terms of health, education, access time and tourism)...

Critical care outcomes in resource-limited settings.

The burden of critical illness in low-income and middle-income countries (LMICs) is substantial. A better understanding of critical care outcomes is essential for improving critical care delivery in resource-limited settings. In this review, we provide an overview of recent literature reporting on critical care outcomes in LMICs. We discuss several barriers and potential solutions for a better understanding of critical care outcomes in LMICs.

OpenSpace: Bringing NASA Missions to the Public.

This viewpoint presents OpenSpace, an open-source astrovisualization software project designed to bridge the gap between scientific discoveries and their public dissemination. A wealth of data exists for space missions from NASA and other sources. OpenSpace brings together this data and combines it in a range of immersive settings. Through non-linear storytelling and guided exploration, interactive immersive experiences help the public to engage with advanced space mission data and models, and thus be bette...

The mission and vision of JAANP.

Sphygmomanometer for Invasive Blood Pressure Monitoring in a Medical Mission.

Community Health Centers Could Provide Better Outsourced Primary Care for Veterans.

The "VA Mission Act of 2018" will expand the current "Choice Program" legislation of 2014, which has enabled outsourcing of VA care to private physicians. As the ranks of Veteran patients swell, Congress intended that the Mission Act will help relieve the VHA's significant access problems. We contend that this new legislation will have negative consequences for veterans by diverting support from our VA system of 1300 hospitals and clinics. We recommend modification of this legislation, promoting much greate...

The Effectiveness of an International Cleft Mission Model in Asia: An Update.

Cleft lip/palate is a congenital craniofacial anomaly affecting patients physically and psychosocially and has contributed to the global burden of surgical disease, especially in underprivileged areas. For 20 years, Noordhoff Craniofacial Foundation (NCF) and the Chang Gung Craniofacial Center (CGCFC) have carried out missions to these areas. Rather than implementing short-term missions that lack proper follow-up care, the team has provided an effective, long-term, and multidisciplinary approach for the tre...

Medical Countermeasures: Mission, Method, and Management.

Successful Mission and Compassion Driven Employee Engagement Journey.

Military Deployments and Suicide: A Critical Examination.

Deployment to a combat zone is a fundamental mission for most military forces, but prior research suggests that there is a complex and nuanced association between deployment and related risk factors for suicide. Deployment and combat experiences vary greatly among military personnel and can affect a variety of protective and risk factors for suicide. This article offers a critical examination of the association among modern U.S. military deployments, suicide attempts, and death while considering the context...

B-cell homeostasis is maintained during long duration spaceflight.

Long duration spaceflights reportedly induce immune dysregulation, which is considered a risk to astronaut safety and mission success. Recent studies have examined the impact of spaceflight on markers of adaptive and innate immunity, but no study to date has comprehensively evaluated humoral immunity and serological markers of B-cell function. The aim of this study was to characterize changes in B-cell numbers and phenotypes, along with plasma immunoglobulins and polyclonal free light chains (FLC) - near 'r...

Understanding Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation and Hepatobiliary Dysfunction Multiple Organ Failure in Hyperferritinemic Critical Illness.

Micronutrients in Critical Illness: Essential and Enigmatic.

Advancing Randomized Controlled Trials in Pediatric Critical Care: The Perspectives of Trialists.

Clinical research is a complex scientific and social enterprise. Our objective was to identify strategies that pediatric critical care trialists consider acceptable, feasible, and effective to improve the design and conduct randomized controlled trials in pediatric critical care.

An assessment of critical care capacity in the Gambia.

Critical illnesses are a major cause of morbidity and mortality in The Gambia, yet national data on critical care capacity is lacking.

Sixty years of classics and sixty years of fulfilling mission.

The Department of Burns of Beijing Jishuitan Hospital has gone through 60 years of glorious course as well as Chinese burn surgery. Over the past 60 years, our department developed from scratch, from weak to strong, with continuous innovation. Under the efforts of several generations, remarkable achievements have been made one after another. This article mainly introduces the contribution of our department to burn medicine from five aspects as follows: critical burn treatment, wound repair, electric burn tr...

Food for Thought-Pediatric Critical Illness and Feeding Outcomes.

Inter-satellite laser link acquisition with dual-way scanning for Space Advanced Gravity Measurements mission.

Laser link acquisition is a key technology for inter-satellite laser ranging and laser communication. In this paper, we present an acquisition scheme based on the differential power sensing method with dual-way scanning, which will be used in the next-generation gravity measurement mission proposed in China, called Space Advanced Gravity Measurements (SAGM). In this scheme, the laser beams emitted from two satellites are power-modulated at different frequencies to enable the signals of the two beams to be m...

Gaia Sky: Navigating the Gaia Catalog.

In this paper, we present Gaia Sky, a free and open-source multiplatform 3D Universe system, developed since 2014 in the Data Processing and Analysis Consortium framework of ESA's Gaia mission. Gaia's data release 2 represents the largest catalog of the stars of our Galaxy, comprising 1.3 billion star positions, with parallaxes, proper motions, magnitudes, and colors. In this mission, Gaia Sky is the central tool for off-the-shelf visualization of these data, and for aiding production of outreach material. ...

A Prospective Observational Study of Anesthesia-Related Adverse Events and Postoperative Complications Occurring During a Surgical Mission in Madagascar.

Two-thirds of the world's population lack access to safe anesthesia and surgical care. Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) play an important role in bridging the gap, but surgical outcomes vary. After complex surgeries, up to 20-fold higher postoperative complication rates are reported and the reasons for poor outcomes are undefined. Little is known concerning the incidence of anesthesia complications. Mercy Ships uses fully trained staff, and infrastructure and equipment resources similar to that of high-...


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