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In Vitro Activity of Cefiderocol, a Siderophore Cephalosporin, Against Gram-Negative Bacilli Isolated by Clinical Laboratories in North America and Europe in 2015-2016: SIDERO-WT-2015.

Cefiderocol (S-649266) is a parenteral siderophore cephalosporin currently in Phase III of clinical development. In this study, we determined the in vitro susceptibility of a 2015-2016 collection of 8,954 clinical isolates of Gram-negative bacilli (GNB), provided by 100 clinical laboratories in North America and Europe, to cefiderocol and comparators using the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute broth microdilution method. Iron-depleted cation-adjusted Mueller-Hinton broth was used to test cefideroc...

Ascaris lumbricoides found in ashore copses from Korean peninsula to Japan.

Yearly, several reports of unknown boats and corpses brought by the Tsushima Current are found ashore Japanese coast. Niigata prefecture had the highest number of the drifting ashore corpses in Japan with 45.7% (16/35) in 2017. Corpses from North Korea, confirmed by documents and photos were autopsied and in 3/16 was possible to recover worms full of eggs, morphologically identified as ascarids. Further molecular analysis of ITS1, 5.8S rDNA and ITS2 sequences confirmed all specimens were Ascaris lumbricoide...

Comparative clinical and laboratory study of the force loss generated by NiTi closed coil springs.

The purpose in this study was to compare the force decay of laboratory and clinical NiTi closed coil springs. Specimens were 30 NiTi coil springs (clinical) and 15 (laboratory in artificial saliva 36.6 ºC) springs were tested by dynamometer to evaluate force loos at different intervals: 1, 2 and 3 months of use. Data (gF) were analyzed statistically using. Clinical and laboratory data were compared to evaluate effect of the oral environment on force loss. It was observed a significant force loss of NiTi sp...

Results of Laboratory Tests not Accessed in Brazilian Private Laboratories.

Laboratory medicine is an important part of the healthcare system and directly contributes to preventive actions, diagnostics, treatment, and management of diseases. The level and quality of the utilization of laboratory resources have been frequently questioned. A dissemination of conflicting data regarding the quantity of laboratory tests not accessed by the requesting doctors or by the patients themselves is observed, although very often the sources and methodologies used to raise those numbers are not p...

Impact on the transmission of malaria with different treatment schemes in the peruvian coast and amazon region within the framework of a policy on antimalarial medications, 1994-2017.

At the end of the 90s in Peru, after determining the resistance to antimalarial drugs, a change in antimalarial treatment schemes was decided; this change included the combined therapy for P. falciparum, mefloquine/artesunate in the Amazon region, and sulfadoxine pyrimethamine/artesunate in the North coast. After two decades, and aimed at assessing the impact of these schemes on the malaria endemic, a review was conducted of malaria reports in three departments accounting for more than 70% of cases reported...

Analysis and Occurrence of Bisphenol A in Mediterranean Mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) Sampled from the Slovenian Coastal Waters of the North Adriatic Sea.

During 2015, a selection of Mediterranean mussels (Mytilus galloprovincialis) and seawater were sampled along the Slovenian coast, which is part of the North Adriatic Sea, in order to test for the presence of bisphenol A (BPA). The concentration of the BPA in the tissues of mussels sampled from the farms and open sea was from

Clinical Laboratory - Protagonist in Patient Safety.

Inter-laboratory proficiency results of blood alcohol determinations at clinical and forensic laboratories in Italy.

Inter-laboratory proficiency schemes are widely used to control the performance of clinical and forensic toxicology laboratories. In 2016 the Laboratory of Environmental Hygiene and Forensic Toxicology - Venice (Italy) initiated an inter-laboratory proficiency test of blood-alcohol analysis. The number of participating laboratories gradually increased from 26 to 36. Furthermore, a few clinical laboratories were included if gas chromatographic (GC) methods were used for blood alcohol analysis.

Clinical and laboratory characteristics of hematopathy with t(5;12)(q33;p13) translocation.

To investigate the clinical and laboratory characteristics of hematopoietic tumor with t(5;12)(q33;p13). To sum up the similarities and differences of these diseases.

Thalassemia in the laboratory: pearls, pitfalls, and promises.

Radiofrequency Interference in the Clinical Laboratory: Case Report and Review of the Literature.

Radiofrequency interference (RFI) is a known medical device safety issue, but there are no documented cases of interference resulting in erroneous laboratory results.

A Root Cause Analysis Into the High Error Rate in Clinical Immunohistochemistry.

The field of Clinical Immunohistochemistry (IHC) is beset with a high error rate, an order of magnitude higher than in other types of clinical laboratory testing. Despite the many improvements in the field, these errors have persisted over the last 2 decades. The improvements over the years include an extensive literature describing the potential causes of errors and how to avoid them. More stringent regulatory guidelines have also been implemented. These measures reflect the standard view is that fixing th...

Differentiated laboratory diagnostics of rheumatic diseases.

Laboratory diagnostics of rheumatic diseases include examinations to confirm the diagnosis, estimate prognosis, assess disease activity as well as recognition and avoidance of complications. Although detection and clinical classification of serological signs of inflammation are the first and often decisive steps in the diagnosis of inflammatory rheumatic diseases, a lack of humoral signs of inflammation does not rule out an inflammatory rheumatic disease. Rheumatological and immunological laboratory diagno...

Limitations of the Hoffmann method for establishing reference intervals using clinical laboratory data.

To examine the effect of different limits of acceptability on the Hoffmann method for selecting "healthy" populations from laboratory test data.

What is happening to laboratory medicine in Denmark?

A number of current trends will affect and probably change laboratory medicine, as we know it. Scientific and technological developments, digital health with big data and artificial intelligence, and centralization will change the interfaces among the specialties of laboratory medicine. They might even challenge the identity of some specialties. Other trends such as demographic changes, increased complexity of health care, digital health with electronic health records, and more demanding and well-informed p...

Updates in diagnostic and clinical laboratory immunology from the 30th annual meeting of the association of medical laboratory immunologists.

Impact of interactions between drugs and laboratory test results on diagnostic test interpretation - a systematic review.

Intake of drugs may influence the interpretation of laboratory test results. Knowledge and correct interpretation of possible drug-laboratory test interactions (DLTIs) is important for physicians, pharmacists and laboratory specialists. Laboratory results may be affected by analytical or physiological effects of medication. Failure to take into account the possible unintended influence of drug use on a laboratory test result may lead to incorrect diagnosis, incorrect treatment and unnecessary follow-up. The...

Establishing a Clinical Laboratory in a Tertiary/Quaternary Care Greenfield Hospital in the Middle East: Recounting the Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi Experience.

- This review chronicles the establishment of a clinical laboratory in Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, a greenfield tertiary/quaternary care hospital in the United Arab Emirates. It discusses the challenges faced, solutions sought, and lessons learned and shares insights and pitfalls that may be encountered in such an undertaking.

Laboratory and clinical reliability of two spectrophotometers.

To evaluate the repeatability, interexaminer, and interdevice reliability of two clinically applicable spectrophotometers under laboratory and clinical conditions.

Clinical markers associated with acute laboratory-confirmed Dengue infection: results of a national epidemiological surveillance system.

To evaluate the association of several clinical markers with acute laboratory-positive Dengue Virus infection.

Do clinical and laboratory parameters predict thiopurine metabolism and clinical outcome in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases?

The thiopurines azathioprine and 6-mercaptopurine are frequently used for remission maintenance in patients with inflammatory bowel diseases. However, there are therapy failures, and it is unclear whether clinical and laboratory parameters can be used to predict thiopurine metabolite concentrations (as a surrogate for adequate remission maintenance therapy) and clinical outcome in these patients.

Comparison of Clinical and Laboratory Characteristics of General Paresis and Non-Neurosyphilis Dementia.

The differential diagnosis of general paresis (GP) and non-neurosyphilis (NS) dementia is not clearly defined. The present study examined the differences in clinical and laboratory features of GP and non-NS dementia.

Equal North: how can we reduce health inequalities in the North of England? A prioritization exercise with researchers, policymakers and practitioners.

The Equal North network was developed to take forward the implications of the Due North report of the Independent Inquiry into Health Equity. The aim of this exercise was to identify how to reduce health inequalities in the north of England.

Comparison of Three Routine Methods for the Measurement of Serum Bilirubin in a China Laboratory.

The reliability of bilirubin measurements is not satisfactory due to the marked variability of methodologies since discovery.

Evaluation of Nova StatStrip and FreeStyle Precision Pro blood ketone tests using 3-hydroxybutyrate doped samples.

The most clinically useful blood ketone in the diagnosis, management, and recovery of diabetes ketoacidosis in both adults and children is 3-hydroxybutyrate. In the absence of laboratory routine methods, several point-of-care methods are in use, but very few clinical evaluations are published.

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