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General practitioners' preferences with regard to colorectal cancer screening organisation Colon cancer screening medico-legal aspects.

French health authorities put general practitioners at the heart of the colorectal cancer screening. This position raises organisational issues and poses medico-legal problems for the professionals and institutions involved in these campaigns, related to the key concepts of medical decisions and suitability of standards. The objective of our study is to reveal the preferences of general practitioners related to colorectal cancer screening organisation with regard to the medico-legal risk METHODS: A discrete...


Survival in renal transplant recipients in Colombia, 2008-2012.

The Red Nacional de Donación y Trasplantes of the Colombian Instituto Nacional de Salud reported that in 2014, 1,059 organ transplants were performed, of which 761 were kidney transplants, and 643 (84.5%) of these were from cadaveric organ donors.

Overlap syndrome. LEOPARD and neurofibromatosis. A case report.

We expose a clinical case of a 43-year-old patient who was attended at the Dermatology service in a general hospital of the Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, with a disseminated pattern of lentigines, psychomotor retardation and electrocardiographic abnormalities. Afterwards, we made an analysis of the literature.


Delegation of medico-administrative tasks : what do medical interns and secretaries think?

The hospital activity of physicians in training mainly consists in direct contacts with patients, tasks indirectly linked to patients such as administration, as well as clinical and theoretical training. In our era of digitalization, an important administrative work load without any added medical value fills their daily chores. In parallel activities of medical secretaries are getting more partitioned, with their desks situated far from physicians' and tasks often limited to finalizing discharge letters. Ad...

Discussion of the medico legal aspects of an unusual request for pregnancy termination.

From medico-administrative databases analysis to care trajectories analytics: an example with the French SNDS.

Medico-administrative data like SNDS (Système National de Données de Santé) are not collected initially for epidemiological purposes. Moreover, the data model and the tools proposed to SNDS users make their in-depth exploitation difficult. We propose a data model, called the ePEPS model, based on health care trajectories to provide a medical view of raw data. A data abstraction process enables the clinician to have an intuitive medical view of raw data and to design a study-specific view. This view is ba...

Study of Cases of Child Sexual Abuse Referred for Medico-Legal Examination in Cairo and Giza, Egypt,2007-2011.

Child sexual abuse is a complex problem that results in detrimental effects on its victims. This study aimed to investigate the pattern of child sexual abuse in cases referred for medico-legal examination in Cairo and Giza governorates in the period between 2007-2011. The study included 813 cases of child sexual abuse. Female gender was more predominant than male gender (52.8%, 4.29 cases), and adolescents were the most frequent age group identified as victims of sexual abuse (43.8%, 356 cases). All perpetr...

The training of healthcare personnel and the improvement in health care.

As part of its commitment to improve healthcare services persistently, the Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social (IMSS) takes part in the constant training of its healthcare personnel, since the Institute knows that this has an impact on creating a virtuous circle of higher quality and giving cordial attention to patients. That is the reason why the Unidad de Educación, Investigación y Políticas en Salud has set up different programs, which offer diverse oportunities of study, always in line with the need...

Control of the cost of medicines and medical supplies to the NHS: Health Service and Medical Supplies (Costs) Act 2017.

Estimation of postmortem interval by vitreous potassium evaluation with a novel fluorescence aptasensor.

Estimation of postmortem interval (PMI) is a central role in medico-legal identification. Analysis of vitreous potassium ions (K(+)) concentration is frequently used by forensic workers to estimate PMI. This paper describes interdisciplinary research to introduce fluorescence sensing techniques into forensic medicine. On the basis of silver nanoclusters (AgNCs) probe stabilized by DNA, a simple and highly sensitive fluorescence aptasensor has been proposed to selectively detect K(+) ions. The linear range f...

Strengths and weaknesses of the nursing certificate program at the Instituto Federal de Santa Catarina (Federal Institute of Santa Catarina).

To analyze the strengths and weaknesses found in the implementation process of the Nursing Certificate Program at the Instituto Federal de Santa Catarina (Federal Institute of Santa Catarina), in the 2000s.

Duplicate publication.

Sudden perinatal death due to rupture of congenital cardiac diverticulum. Pathological findings and medico-legal investigations in malpractice charge.

Congenital diverticula of the left ventricle, very rare malformations, are determined by an abnormal embryonic development of the ventricular wall and can be isolated or associated to other cardiac anomalies. In most of the cases, these pathologies are not symptomatic and in some patients can be associated to ventricular arrhythmia, cardiac rupture with tamponade and sudden death. Authors are presenting the case of a sudden death in an 8-weeks-old newborn due to rupture of a cardiac congenital diverticulum ...

Sepsis: the hidden enemy between the lines.

Answer to comment "Duplicate publication".


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