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Advances in Health Technology Use and Implementation in the Era of Healthy Living: Implications for Precision Medicine.

Much of the focus of precision medicine has been directed toward genomics, despite the fact that "lifestyle and behavioral factors" are included in the description of precision medicine. Numerous structured diet and PA interventions have demonstrated success in preventing and/or reducing chronic-disease risk. The use of personal health technologies has expanded exponentially in the health care arena; there are a number of consumer-based technologies yielding health information to individual users. The explo...

New intraoperative imaging technologies: Innovating the surgeon's eye toward surgical precision.

Imaging is one of the pillars for the ongoing evolution of surgical oncology toward a precision paradigm. In the present overview, some established or emerging intraoperative imaging technologies are described in light of the vision and experience of our group in image-guided surgery, focusing on digestive surgical oncology.

Development and Pilot Testing of a Computerized Asthma Kiosk to Initiate Chronic Asthma Care in a Pediatric Emergency Department.

Emergency department (ED) visits are an opportunity to initiate chronic asthma care. Ideally, this care should be implemented in a fashion that limits utilization of scarce ED resources. We developed, iteratively refined, and pilot tested the feasibility of a computerized asthma kiosk to (1) capture asthma information, (2) deliver asthma education, and (3) facilitate guideline-based chronic asthma management.

The Precision Psychiatry. An Individualized Approach to the Diseases.

The Precision Psychiatry is a new emergent topic in Psychiatry, and is "an approach for treatment and prevention that takes into account each person's variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle". It promises to be even more transformative than in other fields of medicine, because the psychiatry has not yet benefited from the advanced diagnostic and therapeutic technologies that now form an integral part of other clinical specialties. It may be an epistemological change in the field of psychiatry. This...

An infrastructure for precision medicine through analysis of big data.

Nowadays, the increasing availability of omics data, due to both the advancements in the acquisition of molecular biology results and in systems biology simulation technologies, provides the bases for precision medicine. Success in precision medicine depends on the access to healthcare and biomedical data. To this end, the digitization of all clinical exams and medical records is becoming a standard in hospitals. The digitization is essential to collect, share, and aggregate large volumes of heterogeneous d...

Blood pressure checks and diagnosing hypertension (BP-CHECK): Design and methods of a randomized controlled diagnostic study comparing clinic, home, kiosk, and 24-hour ambulatory BP monitoring.

The US Preventive Services Task Force recommends out-of-office blood pressure (BPs) before making a new diagnosis of hypertension, using 24-h ambulatory (ABPM) or home BP monitoring (HBPM), however this is not common in routine clinical practice. Blood Pressure Checks and Diagnosing Hypertension (BP-CHECK) is a randomized controlled diagnostic study comparing the accuracy and acceptability of clinic, home, and kiosk-based BP monitoring to ABPM for diagnosing hypertension. Stakeholders including patients, pr...

Repurposing Macromolecule Delivery Tools for Plant Genetic Modification in the Era of Precision Genome Engineering.

Efficient delivery of macromolecules into plant cells and tissues is important for both basic research and biotechnology product applications. In transgenic research, the goal is to deliver DNA molecules into regenerable cells and stably integrate them into the genome. Over the past 40 years, many macromolecule delivery methods have been studied. To generate transgenic plants, particle bombardment and Agrobacterium-mediated transformation are the methods of choice for DNA delivery. The rapid advance of gen...

Determination of 18 antibiotics in urine using LC-QqQ-MS/MS.

A determination method to identify and quantify 18 multi-class antibiotics in urine was developed using liquid chromatography triple quadrupole tandem mass spectrometry (LC-QqQ-MS/MS). Targeted antibiotics were extracted using preliminary dilution followed by d-SPE extraction. Specificity and selectivity, linearity, LOD and LOQ, accuracy, and precision were validated. LOQ of the majority of targeted compounds ranged from 0.3-7.5 μg/L. Excellent recovery in the range of 73-136% was achieved for most antib...

Distinguishing the precision of spatial recollection from its success: Evidence from healthy aging and unilateral mesial temporal lobe resection.

Successful episodic recollection can vary in the precision of the information recalled. The hypothesis that recollection precision requires functional neuroanatomical contributions distinct from those required for recollection success remains controversial. Some findings in individuals with hippocampal lesions have indicated that precision is dependent on the hippocampus. However, other neuroimaging and lesion studies have implicated regions outside of the mesial temporal lobe (MTL) in precision, such as pa...

Difficulties and challenges in the development of precision medicine.

The rapid development of precision medicine is introducing a new era of significance in medicine. However, attaining precision medicine is an ambitious goal that is bound to encounter some challenges. Here, we have put forward some difficulties or questions that should be addressed by the progress in this field. The proposed issues include the long road to precision medicine for all types of diseases as the unknown domains of the human genome hinder the development of precision medicine. The challenges in t...

Big data hurdles in precision medicine and precision public health.

Nowadays, trendy research in biomedical sciences juxtaposes the term 'precision' to medicine and public health with companion words like big data, data science, and deep learning. Technological advancements permit the collection and merging of large heterogeneous datasets from different sources, from genome sequences to social media posts or from electronic health records to wearables. Additionally, complex algorithms supported by high-performance computing allow one to transform these large datasets into k...

Application of the ConNECT Framework to Precision Health and Health Disparities.

An emphasis on precision health (PH) has stimulated precision medicine studies to focus on the interplay of biological, behavioral, and environmental factors with disease risks, treatments, prognoses, and outcomes affecting health disparities. It is imperative, as well, that improving health equity among underserved populations remains central to the efforts and aims of PH.

Double precision is not needed for many-body calculations: Emergent conventional wisdom.

Using single-precision floating-point representation reduces the size of data and computation time by a factor of two relative to double precision conventionally used in electronic structure programs. For large-scale calculations, such as those encountered in many-body theories, reduced memory footprint alleviates memory and input/output bottlenecks. Reduced size of data can lead to additional gains due to improved parallel performance on CPUs and various accelerators. However, using single precision can po...

The end of omics? High dimensional single cell analysis in precision medicine.

High-dimensional single-cell (HDcyto) technologies, such as mass cytometry (CyTOF) and flow cytometry, are the key techniques that hold a great promise for deciphering complex biological processes. During the last decade, we witnessed an exponential increase of novel HDcyto technologies that are able to deliver an in-depth profiling in different settings, such as various autoimmune diseases and cancer. The concurrent advance of custom data-mining algorithms has provided a rich substrate for the development ...

Adoption of Stroke Rehabilitation Technologies by the User Community: Qualitative Study.

Using technology in stroke rehabilitation is attractive. Devices such as robots or smartphones can help deliver evidence-based levels of practice intensity and automated feedback without additional labor costs. Currently, however, few technologies have been adopted into everyday rehabilitation.

What Precision Medicine Can Learn from Rare Genetic Disease Research and Translation.

The goal of this article is to examine the intersections of precision health and rare diseases. Specifically, we propose 3 lessons from the last decade of applying genomics to rare diseases: (1) precision can end one odyssey and start another; (2) precise interventions can exacerbate health disparities and create other ethical dilemmas; and (3) democratization of data will transform research and translation. By studying experiences of patients with rare diseases, researchers, clinicians, and policymakers ca...

Doubling Sensitivity in Multicollector ICPMS Using High-Efficiency, Rapid Response Laser Ablation Technology.

The introduction of rapid response laser ablation cells and sample transport technologies to laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LA-ICPMS) has enabled signal pulse durations for a single laser ablation shot of less than 10 ms. These developments have resulted in marked improvements in analytical throughput, resolution, and sensitivity vital for the generation of large, highly spatially resolved elemental maps. The focus on mapping, particularly bioimaging, has obscured the possibili...

Application of Digital Technologies in Maxillofacial Prosthetics Literature: A 10-Year Observation of Five Selected Prosthodontics Journals.

To identify trends in the application of various types of digital technologies in maxillofacial prosthetics by identifying these digital technologies and their characteristics and reviewing the prevalence of applied digital technologies and their recent trends in the maxillofacial prosthetics literature.

The Precision Portrait.

is a mixed-media portrait illustrating the future of precision medicine and its ethical challenges.

Precision fringe period metrology using an LSQ sine fit algorithm.

High-precision grating fabrication is a precondition of grating-based displacement measurement techniques. Likewise, the value of high-precision fringe period is an essential parameter in the grating fabrication process, especially in scanning beam interference lithography. In this paper, a procedure for measuring the fringe periods of interference beams is introduced. The procedure includes signal acquisition and signal processing. The precisions of both the configuration for acquisition and the algorithm ...

What do we know about technologies for dementia-related wandering? A scoping review: Examen de la portée : Que savons-nous à propos des technologies de gestion de l'errance liée à la démence?

Occupational therapists use technologies to manage wandering-related risks to promote safety and independence among individuals with dementia living in the community.

Application of synchrotron radiation and other techniques in analysis of radioactive microparticles emitted from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident-A review.

During the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) accident, large amounts of radioactive materials were released into the environment. Among them, a large proportion of the radionuclides, such as Cs, entered into the environment as radioactive microparticles (RMs). In recent years, the characterization of RMs based on synchrotron radiation (SR) techniques has been reported, since their physical and chemical properties played an important role in evaluating the chemical reactions and physical changes ...

Pharmacogenetics of Clopidogrel Therapy and Neurointerventional Procedures: We Need Precision Data for Precision Medicine.

Genetics has given a real boost to personalized and precision medicine, providing data used either for precise diagnostics, prediction of the course of illness, or for selecting therapy and tailoring it. Pharmacogenetics, as a discipline researching connection between genetic background of an individual and the effect of a certain drug, has created new possibilities in medicine. One of the most researched drugs in pharmacogenetics is certainly clopidogrel.

Should Electronic Health Record-Derived Social and Behavioral Data Be Used in Precision Medicine Research?

Precision medicine research initiatives aim to use participants' electronic health records (EHRs) to obtain rich longitudinal data for large-scale precision medicine studies. Although EHRs vary widely in their inclusion and formatting of social and behavioral data, these data are essential to investigating genetic and social factors in health disparities. We explore possible biases in collecting, using, and interpreting EHR-based social and behavioral data in precision medicine research and their consequenc...

Structure-based immunogen design-leading the way to the new age of precision vaccines.

Vaccines have been one of the most successful interventions in global health. However, traditional vaccine development has proven insufficient to deal with pathogens that elude the immune system through highly variable and non-functional epitopes. Emerging B cell technologies have yielded potent monoclonal antibodies targeting conserved epitopes, and their structural characterization has provided templates for rational immunogen design. Here, we review immunogen design strategies that leverage structural in...

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