A bedside tool predicted the need for dialysis after cardiac surgery
- A bedside tool predicted the need for dialysis after cardiac surgery: COMMENTARY. Rifkin, Dena E.; Sarnak, Mark J. // ACP Journal Club;May/Jun2007, Vol. 146 Issue 3, p81
The author comments on a study on how a bedside tool can predict the need for post-operative dialysis in patients having cardiac surgery. He explained that researchers used a multicenter registry of cardiac surgeries and associated outcomes in studying how risk can be quantified. He claimed that...
- OTHER ARTICLES NOTED. // ACP Journal Club;May/Jun2007, Vol. 146 Issue 3, p82
The article presents a list of papers related to medical research which are reviewed by the publication in the U.S. These include one on the effects of perioperative nesiritide in patients with left ventricular dysfunction undergoing cardiac surgery by R.M. Mentzer and M.C. Oz, another on the...
- The pursuit of persistence. Chase, James // Medical Marketing & Media;Oct2007, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p6
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one about point-of-care system and another about the issues concerning the physician-patient dialogue.
- A Phenotypic Approach for IUIS PID Classification and Diagnosis: Guidelines for Clinicians at the Bedside. Bousfiha, Ahmed; Jeddane, Leïla; Ailal, Fatima; Al Herz, Waleed; Conley, Mary; Cunningham-Rundles, Charlotte; Etzioni, Amos; Fischer, Alain; Franco, Jose; Geha, Raif; Hammarström, Lennart; Nonoyama, Shigeaki; Ochs, Hans; Roifman, Chaim; Seger, Reinhard; Tang, Mimi; Puck, Jennifer; Chapel, Helen; Notarangelo, Luigi; Casanova, Jean-Laurent // Journal of Clinical Immunology;Aug2013, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p1078
The number of genetically defined Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases (PID) has increased exponentially, especially in the past decade. The biennial classification published by the IUIS PID expert committee is therefore quickly expanding, providing valuable information regarding the...
- Hemodynamic and cardiac correlates of different hemodialysis regimes: The National Cooperative Dialysis Study. Rao, T. K. Sreepada; Roxe, David M.; Laird, Nan M.; Santiago, Godofredo C. // Kidney International Supplement;Apr1983, Issue 13, pS-89
Presents a U.S. National Cooperative Dialysis Study that compares variables related to cardiovascular disease with four different hemodialysis regimes. Collection of data on variables that are often associated with cardiovascular disease; Stability of the hemodynamic and metabolic parameters...
- Education and Service Delivery: Improved patient management with point-of-care ultrasound. Main, Stephanie; Jarman, Robert D.; Richards, Simon; Connolly, Jim // Ultrasound;Nov2010, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p201
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- Near-patient testing in primary care. Khunti, Kamlesh // British Journal of General Practice;Mar2010, Vol. 60 Issue 572, p157
The author reflects on the implementation of the concept of near-patient testing (NPT) in primary care (PC) in Great Britain. He cites the potential advantages of NPT which include improved patient satisfaction and earlier diagnosis. He mentions a study on patient satisfaction in relation to...
- Telemedicine by email in remote Cambodia. Heinzelmann, Paul J.; Jacques, Gary; Kvedar, Joseph C. // Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare;Dec2005 Supplement 2, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p44
An email-based telemedicine service was implemented in two remote village communities in Cambodia. Volunteer physicians at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital and the Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope in Phnom Penh provide monthly consultations to the local...
- Building bridges one bar code at a time: Laboratorians and nurses pursue patient ID system. Botterbusch, Melody // MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer;Sep2004, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p30
Focuses on the use of the data management for point-of-care (POC) testing to improve accurate posting of results to the patient chart at hospitals in York, England. Design of the POC; Usage of the patient identification system; Importance of the alliance between the laboratory and nursing staff.