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Oxford Radiographic Chart of Foreign Bodies.

The Oxford radiographic chart of foreign bodies is a useful clinical tool for identifying the radio-opacity of foreign bodies. It may be used in all emergency departments with radiography facilities. The methods can easily be replicated if desired. Foreign body shape can alter visibility despite known opacity. This tool should be used as an aid and does not replace appropriate clinical examination. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.


Is there a return on investment for training?

Funding for behavioral health service provider agencies is always limited, making it difficult to decide how and when to spend scarce resources on staff training. If evidence existed for a clear return on investment for certain training topics or techniques, agency administrators may find it easier to make the decisions about how much and what type of training to provide to staff.

General dependencies and causality analysis of road traffic fatalities in OECD countries.

The road traffic accidents were responsible for material and human loss which was equal to 2.8 to 5% of gross national product (GNP). However, literature does not explore the elasticity coefficients and nexus of road traffic fatalities with foreign direct investment, health expenditures, trade openness, mobile subscriptions, the number of researchers in R&D department, and environmental particulate matter. This study filled this research gap by exploring the nexus between road traffic fatalities, foreign di...


Real-world management of heart failure in the Netherlands : Improving quality of care by simple measures.

Uncommon foreign body in the hypopharynx: A case report.

Pharyngeal foreign bodies are a common complaint in emergent cases, and sometimes can be lethal. A large variety of foreign bodies may lodge in the pharynx. We present a case of uncommon foreign body in the hypopharynx.

Results of the assessment procedure for dentists with a foreign degree in the Netherlands.

During the period from 1 January 2007 to 1 January 2017, 138 dentists with a foreign dental degree (obtained outside the European Economic Area or Switzerland) who wanted to practice dentistry in the Netherlands have undertaken the assessment procedure to obtain a certificate of professional competence. The procedure comprises a Dutch language proficiency and communications test, followed by tests of competence specific to the dental profession. For 68 dentists (49%), no deficiencies in knowledge or skills ...

A step-up approach for dealing with rectal foreign bodies.

Patients visiting a hospital with retained rectal foreign bodies can no longer be considered rare and the incidence appears to increase. Currently, little is known about management of patients with retained foreign bodies and there are no medical protocols for situations like this. There is no limit to the type of objects inserted into the anal canal, exposing clinicians to diagnostic and therapeutic dilemmas. Standardised algorithms for patients with retained foreign bodies are needed to avoid serious comp...

Foreign body embedded in the lower esophageal wall located by endoscopic ultrasonography: A case report.

Ingested esophageal foreign bodies are commonly seen in adult population. In very few instances, esophageal foreign body may pass through the mucosal surface, re-epithelialize or migrate into surrounding soft tissues.

Imaging before cardiac resynchronisation therapy implantation-luxury or necessity?

Treating patients suffering from acute coronary syndrome with prasugrel, the Rotterdam experience.

Effect of foreign direct investments, economic development and energy consumption on greenhouse gas emissions in developing countries.

In accordance with the Sustainable Development Goal 17 of improving global partnership for sustainable development, this study examined the effect of foreign direct investment inflows, economic development, and energy consumption on greenhouse gas emissions from 1982 to 2016 for the top five emitters of greenhouse gas emissions from fuel combustion in the developing countries, namely; China, India, Iran, Indonesia and South Africa. The study employed a panel data regression with Driscoll-Kraay standard erro...

NVVC/NHJ Durrer prizes 2017.

Action-effect binding and agency.

The sense of agency is a pervasive phenomenon that accompanies conscious acting and extends to the consequences of one's actions in the environment. Subjective feelings of agency are typically explained in terms of predictive processes, based on internal forward models inherent to the sensorimotor system, and postdictive processes, i.e., explicit, retrospective judgments by the agent. Only recently, research has begun to elucidate the link between sense of agency and more basic processes of human action con...

Worth one's salt.

Worth one's salt.

Outside influence: The sense of agency takes into account what is in our surroundings.

We are quite capable of distinguishing those outcomes we cause from those we do not. This ability to sense self-agency is thought to be produced by a comparison between a predictive representation of an outcome and the actual outcome that occurs. It is unclear, though, specifically what types of information can be entered into agency computations. Here, we demonstrate that information from non-target stimuli (stimuli that are not directly acted upon) incidentally present in our surroundings can influence pr...

Return on Investment Analysis of Breast Cancer Screening and Downstaging in Egypt: Implications for Developing Countries.

The aim of this study was to perform a return-on-investment (ROI) analysis of a breast cancer screening program in Egypt by comparing net profit in treatment costs saved to program cost investment.

Effect of Navigation System on Removal of Foreign Bodies in Head and Neck Surgery.

Foreign bodies retained in oral and maxillofacial regions include different types and properties. Road traffic accident is one of the major causes of the maxillofacial trauma. Foreign bodies can cause direct or indirect damage to the body, even life-threatening. It is a demanding procedure to detect the accurate position and implement surgical removal of the embedded fragments in the soft tissue in clinic.Usually, foreign bodies are close to important structures such as the head and neck region with limited...

Return on Investment: Building the Case for a Nurse Manager Certificate Program.

Nursing professional development practitioners are frequently asked about program return on investment. A pre-postprogram self-assessment was developed for a Nurse Manager Certificate Program using the American Nurses Credentialing Center Nurse Executive Certification blueprint. The results identified knowledge and skill gaps, defined program outcomes, and helped determine return on investment. The results revealed improvement of knowledge, skill, and evidence for return on investment. J Contin Educ Nurs. 2...

What is the rhythm?

A large-scale application of project prioritization to threatened species investment by a government agency.

In a global environment of increasing species extinctions and decreasing availability of funds with which to combat the causes of biodiversity loss, maximising the efficiency of conservation efforts is crucial. The only way to ensure maximum return on conservation investment is to incorporate the cost, benefit and likelihood of success of conservation actions into decision-making in a systematic and objective way. Here we report on the application of a Project Prioritization Protocol (PPP), first implemente...

Laparoscopic retrieval of a sewing needle from the liver: A case report.

Less than 1% of ingested foreign bodies will require surgical management. An uncommon complication of ingested foreign body is migration to the liver. We present a case of laparoscopic removal of an intrahepatic foreign body.

Foreign body granuloma following cranial surgery:A systematic review of published cases.

In cranial surgery, different foreign body (FB) materials are used and may be left intentionally or unintentionally in the surgical field after closure, inducing a foreign body granuloma (FBG). This is a rare complication in neurosurgery, but it may be a diagnostic dilemna with sometimes medico-legal implications.

Foreign language reduces the longevity of the repetition-based truth effect.

Recent evidence suggests that judgment biases may diminish when a problem is presented in a foreign language. This foreign-language effect has primarily been examined with emotional materials such as risky-choice problems and moral dilemmas. In two experiments, we investigated the effect of foreign-language processing on an emotionally neutral judgment bias: the repetition-based truth effect, the phenomenon that statement repetition enhances the perceived truth of statements. In Experiment 1, we found no ev...

Home Visiting: Improving Children's and Families' Well-Being.

(1) Studies have found a $1.80 to $5.70 return on investment for every dollar spent on home visiting. (2) Nearly 4 million evidence-based home visits reached more than 300,000 families in 2016. (3) Approximately 40 percent of U.S. counties have at least one home visiting agency that offers an evidence-based program.


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