Benefits and Risks Associated With Continuation of Anti-Tumor Necrosis Factor After 24 Weeks of Pregnancy in Women With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Ann Intern Med.
Sep 28, 2022

Continuation of anti-TNF after 24 weeks of pregnancy appears beneficial regarding IBD activity and prematurity, while not affecting neonatal outcomes and serious infections in the offspring.

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Factors Affecting Hospital Readmission Rates Following An Acute Coronary Syndrome

J Clin Nurs
Sep 27, 2022

Strategies that integrate comprehensive discharge planning and individualised care planning to enhance behavioural support are related to a reduction in readmission rates.

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Association of Celiac Serology Normalization With the Risk of Hypothyroidism

Am J Gastro.
Sep 27, 2022

During the study it was reported that persistent-positive serology may be associated with the risk of hypothyroidism among the pediatric population.

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Telehealth Privacy and Security Tips

Skyscape
Oct 02, 2022

Buzz, a HIPAA-complaint platform enables providers to conduct secure video conferences or calls with patients quickly, easily & seamlessly.

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Fractures and Osteoporosis in Patients With Diabetes With Charcot Foot

Diabetes Care
Sep 26, 2022

Patients with diabetes with a Charcot foot have an increased risk of fractures and osteoporosis compared with patients with diabetes without a Charcot foot.

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Exploring Dyadic Management Of Nutrition Care Throughout And Beyond Head and Neck Cancer Treatment

J Clin Nurs
Sep 20, 2022

It is important that healthcare professionals understand information and support needs and preferences within patient - carer dyads prior to HNC treatment commencing and adapt care and interventions based on their changing needs throughout and beyond the treatment period.

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Diagnosis and Management Of Mucormycosis In The Dental Clinic

J Family Med Prim Care
Sep 20, 2022

A multidisciplinary approach by various specialties is a prerequisite for effective diagnosis and management. Antifungal therapy, surgical debridement, and resection of the affected areas are protocols to be followed.

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D-Dimer and Risk for Thrombosis In Adults with Newly Diagnosed Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Blood Adv.
Sep 19, 2022

D-dimer level at ALL diagnosis is associated with venous or arterial thrombosis during the first 100 days of therapy. Future studies should include D-dimer with other known risk factors to build a risk assessment model for thrombosis in newly diagnosed ALL.

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Role of MRCP to Determine The Etiological Spectrum, Level and Degree Of Biliary Obstruction In Obstructive Jaundice

J Family Med Prim Care
Aug 29, 2022

MRCP has high sensitivity for CBD such as stones, strictures and malignancies therefore to avoid unnecessary diagnostic ERCP

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The Mirror and Obesity

J Clin Nurs
Aug 23, 2022

Mirror exposure can positively alter behaviour in obese patients and can be used as an intervention in clinical practice to assist in weight loss and improve health outcomes.

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Effect of Lipoprotein Apheresis on Progression of Carotid Intima-Media Thickness in Patients with Severe Hypercholesterolemia

Am J Cardiol.
Aug 23, 2022

An increase in CIMT seen with advanced age and severe hypercholesterolemia was halted with lipoprotein apheresis with an estimated annual rate of change in mean common CIMT of -4 µm/y and maximum CIMT of -3 µm/y.

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