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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27561787/pulmonary-hyalinizing-granuloma-a-multicenter-study-of-5-new-cases-and-review-of-the-135-cases-of-the-literature
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Raphael Lhote, Julien Haroche, Loïc Duron, Nicolas Girard, Marie Pierre Lafourcade, Michel Martin, Hugues Begueret, André Taytard, Frédérique Capron, Philippe Grenier, Jean Charles Piette, Fleur Cohen-Aubart, Zahir Amoura
Pulmonary hyalinizing granuloma (PHG) is a rare disease characterized by single or multiple benign lung nodules mimicking lung neoplasma. Histologic analysis reveals homogenous hyaline lamellae, usually surrounded by collection of plasma cells, lymphocytes and histiocytes in a perivascular distribution. The clinical and radiological findings have been described in small series, but the long-term outcomes have rarely been reported. The objectives were to describe the clinical, radiological and outcomes of PHG in new cases and through a literature review...
August 25, 2016: Immunologic Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27497456/innovative-patient-centered-skills-training-addressing-challenging-issues-in-cancer-communications-using-patient-s-stories-that-teach
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Thomas W Bishop, James Gorniewicz, Michael Floyd, Fred Tudiver, Amy Odom, Kathy Zoppi
This workshop demonstrated the utility of a patient-centered web-based/digital Breaking Bad News communication training module designed to educate learners of various levels and disciplines. This training module is designed for independent, self-directed learning as well as group instruction. These interactive educational interventions are based upon video-recorded patient stories. Curriculum development was the result of an interdisciplinary, collaborative effort involving faculty from the East Tennessee State University (ETSU) Graduate Storytelling Program and the departments of Family and Internal Medicine at the James H...
May 2016: International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27457537/behavioral-analysis-of-visitors-to-a-medical-institution-s-website-using-markov-chain-monte-carlo-methods
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Teppei Suzuki, Yuji Tani, Katsuhiko Ogasawara
BACKGROUND: Consistent with the "attention, interest, desire, memory, action" (AIDMA) model of consumer behavior, patients collect information about available medical institutions using the Internet to select information for their particular needs. Studies of consumer behavior may be found in areas other than medical institution websites. Such research uses Web access logs for visitor search behavior. At this time, research applying the patient searching behavior model to medical institution website visitors is lacking...
2016: Journal of Medical Internet Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27006631/another-important-news-from-the-neuronman-malaysia-s-neuroscience-group-moves-upwards-in-terms-of-research-creativity-and-innovation
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Jafri Malin Abdullah
12 months ago the first Neuroscience special issue of the Malaysia Journal of Medical Sciences was born with the intention to increase the number of local publication dedicated to neurosciences. Since then many events happened in the neuroscience world of Malaysia, those considered major were the establishment of a Neurotechnology Foresight 2050 task force by the Academy of Medicine Malaysia as well as the launching of Malaysia as the 18th member to join the International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility on the 9th October 2015 which was officiated by the Deputy Ministers of Higher Education, Datuk Mary Yap...
December 2015: Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences: MJMS
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26947274/migration-wall-to-wall
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It is no news to anyone that health transcends national borders, driven by cross-border movement of vectors, populations, health professionals, climate, even policy trends. There is an increasing recognition that it is, in fact, a small world: we are affected by and affect what happens to our neighbors, whether they live around the corner or on the other side of the globe. This conception underpins the shift from the term international health to global health in policy discussions. The new terminology reflects change across several dimensions: from an approach in which there is one medicine for the developed world and another for developing countries, to an appreciation that we all have a stake in one another's wellbeing; from a primarily biomedical focus on treatment to a more multidisciplinary, population health focus taking into consideration a range of interventions to improve health and well-being, including the social and environmental determinants of health; and from a vertical bilateral-aid approach focused on specific diseases, to systems and ecological approaches addressing the complexities of health, involving multiple partnerships...
October 2015: MEDICC Review
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26769869/family-medicine-research-that-provides-compelling-urgent-data-to-improve-patient-care
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EDITORIAL
Marjorie A Bowman, Dean A Seehusen, Anne Victoria Neale
Herein is positive, mixed, and negative news-albeit all useful-on family medicine topics. The time to depression remission can be dramatically reduced. There is compelling evidence on how to improve medication reconciliation. There is a major underestimated determinant of the length of intrauterine device use. Data on the convoluted nature of the International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, transition could cause heart sink for doctors. Another article notes how family physicians can improve the usability of electronic health records by working with vendors...
January 2016: Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine: JABFM
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26685651/-delivering-bad-news-in-a-swiss-internal-medicine-ward-a-medical-and-nurse-partnership
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J Castioni, F Teike Lüthi, S Moser Boretti, P Vollenweider
Delivering bad news to a patient has a major impact for patients, their relatives and caregivers. The way this information is delivered can affect the way the patient sees his disease and potentially how he adheres to its treatment. To improve this communication with the patient the service of internal medicine at the Swiss university hospital of Lausanne set up a process including the coordination between all involved caregivers, and to break the bad news in a setting including a medical and nurse partnership...
November 4, 2015: Revue Médicale Suisse
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26664260/no-resistance-to-penicillin-cefuroxime-cefotaxime-or-vancomycin-in-pneumococcal-pneumonia
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Josef Yayan, Beniam Ghebremedhin, Kurt Rasche
OBJECTIVES: Group B Streptococcus is a primary source of pneumonia, which is a leading cause of death worldwide. During the last few decades, there has been news of growing antibiotic resistance in group B streptococci to penicillin and different antibiotic agents. This clinical study retrospectively analyzes antimicrobial resistance in inpatients who were diagnosed with group B streptococcal pneumonia. METHODS: All of the required information from inpatients who were identified to have group B streptococcal pneumonia was sourced from the database at the Department of Internal Medicine of HELIOS Clinic Wuppertal, Witten/Herdecke University, in Germany, from 2004-2014...
2015: International Journal of Medical Sciences
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26645026/a-news-media-analysis-of-economic-sanction-effects-on-access-to-medicine-in-iran
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Mehrnaz Kheirandish, Arash Rashidian, Maryam Bigdeli
OBJECTIVE: In the past decades economic sanctions have been used by different countries or international organizations in order to deprive target countries of some transactions. While the sanctions do not target health care systems or public health structures, they may, in fact, affect the availability of health care in target countries. In this study, we used media analysis to assess the impacts of recent sanctions imposed by the Central Bank of Iran in 2012 on access to medicines in Iran...
October 2015: Journal of Research in Pharmacy Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26243073/global-trends-in-alzheimer-disease-clinical-development-increasing-the-probability-of-success
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Haruhiko Sugino, Akihito Watanabe, Naoki Amada, Miho Yamamoto, Yuta Ohgi, Dusan Kostic, Raymond Sanchez
PURPOSE: Alzheimer disease (AD) is a growing global health and economic issue as elderly populations increase dramatically across the world. Despite the many clinical trials conducted, currently no approved disease-modifying treatment exists. In this commentary, the present status of AD drug development and the grounds for collaborations between government, academia, and industry to accelerate the development of disease-modifying AD therapies are discussed. METHODS: Official government documents, literature, and news releases were surveyed by MEDLINE and website research...
August 2015: Clinical Therapeutics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26216594/the-eupa-biobank-initiative-meeting-the-future-challenges-of-biobanking-in-proteomics-systems-medicine
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Åsa M Wheelock, Linda Paulson, Jan-Eric Litton
UNLABELLED: In this News & Reviews Discussion, the recently launched EuPA (European Proteomics Association) Biobank Initiative is introduced in the context of current and future challenges in biobanking. The purpose of the initiative is to provide a forumand knowledge platform for integrating the extensive experiences collected by the EuPA community, and link it to the European and international biobanking communities at large. The specific impact of providing a forum and easy access to this type of information to the EuPA community is the potential of improving the quality of future sample collections and biobanks, the quality of the research produced from these sample collections, as well as the output and productivity from existing biobanks...
September 8, 2015: Journal of Proteomics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26199755/impact-of-a-simulation-based-communication-workshop-on-resident-preparedness-for-end-of-life-communication-in-the-intensive-care-unit
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Abraham Markin, Diego F Cabrera-Fernandez, Rebecca M Bajoka, Samantha M Noll, Sean M Drake, Rana L Awdish, Dana S Buick, Maria S Kokas, Kristen A Chasteen, Michael P Mendez
Introduction. Although residents frequently lead end-of-life (EOL) discussions in the intensive care unit (ICU), training in EOL care during residency has been required only recently, and few educational interventions target EOL communication in the ICU. This study evaluated a simulation-based intervention designed to improve resident EOL communication skills with families in the ICU. Methods. Thirty-four second-year internal medicine residents at a large urban teaching hospital participated in small group sessions with faculty trained in the "VitalTalk" method...
2015: Critical Care Research and Practice
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25770045/highlights-of-pbti-coimbra-conference-on-prt-of-plasma-current-opinions-on-pathogen-reduction-treatment-of-blood-components
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Gracinda de Sousa, Jerard Seghatchian
Two experts from Octapharma and from Cerus addressed, in very concise ways, the concerns about non-viral inactivated FFP and how they managed to obtain highest standard of safety margin for pathogen reduction treatment [PRT] of plasma. The session was moderated by Portuguese Institute of Blood and Transplantation (PIBT) consultant advisor [Jerard Seghatchian] with long standing familiarity and international recognition in PR technologies for plasma, platelets and WB/red cells. The focus of conference was mainly on the criteria of acceptability of PRT-FFP; added values of having diversity in choice without fears of liability, as both of PRT technologies provide an excellent safeguard margins, for more than a decade of usage...
April 2015: Transfusion and Apheresis Science
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25685861/pharmacovigilance-discussion-forum-the-european-generic-medicines-association-s-8th-annual-meeting-january-21-2015-london-uk
#14
S Lam
The practice and science of pharmacovigilance first emerged following the disaster caused by thalidomide in 1961, which led to the initiation of systemic international efforts to address drug safety issues spearheaded by the WHO. Systems were developed in member states of the WHO to analyze cases of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) and collate these data into a central database to aid national drug regulatory authorities in improving safety profiles of medicines. Pharmacovigilance is a key public health function for monitoring all medicinal products to assess their quality, efficacy and safety before and following authorization...
January 2015: Drugs of Today
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25661483/is-cannabis-an-illicit-drug-or-a-medicine-a-quantitative-framing-analysis-of-israeli-newspaper-coverage
#15
Sharon R Sznitman, Nehama Lewis
BACKGROUND: Various countries and states, including Israel, have recently legalized cannabis for therapeutic purposes (CTP). These changes have received mass media coverage and prompted national and international dialogue about the status of cannabis and whether or not it can be defined as a (legitimate) medicine, illicit and harmful drug, or both. News media framing may influence, and be influenced by, public opinion regarding CTP and support for CTP license provisions for patients. This study examines the framing of CTP in Israeli media coverage and the association between media coverage and trends in the provision of CTP licenses in Israel over time...
May 2015: International Journal on Drug Policy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25545573/equal-global-local-discourses-in-taiwan-s-international-medical-graduate-debate
#16
Ming-Jung Ho, Kevin Shaw, Tzu-Hung Liu, Jessie Norris, Yu-Ting Chiu
CONTEXT: With the globalisation of medicine, the role of international medical graduates (IMGs) has expanded. Nonetheless, the experiences of native-born IMGs remain under-researched. In Taiwan, public controversy has unfolded around IMGs educated in Poland, calling into question the meaning(s) of equality in policy and medicine. In focusing on the return of IMGs to their countries of origin, this study adds to the growing literature concerning equality and globalisation in medical education...
January 2015: Medical Education
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25539753/-what-s-new-in-internal-medicine
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REVIEW
E Laffitte
This article focuses on current trends in various autoimmune diseases of interest for the dermatologist. In the antiphospholipid syndrome, many news: better characterization of the severe disease, involvement of the mTOR pathway in the vasculopathy-induced renal disease, and diversification of the therapeutic approaches: use of mTOR inhibitors and several biologics, new various antiplatelet and anticoagulants. In dermatomyositis, new autoantibodies are better characterized with a good correlation with clinical disease; the results of a large study on genetic predisposition to the disease are available...
December 2014: Annales de Dermatologie et de Vénéréologie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25491668/industrial-update
#18
Mayura Oak, Rhishikesh Mandke
The current industry update covers the period 1-31 August 2014, with the information largely based on company press releases, and news from regulatory agencies, patents and various news websites. On the product approval front, Genzyme, The Medicines Company, Merck, Sharpe & Dohme Corporation, Genentech/Roche, and Boehringer Ingelheim-Eli Lilly reported approval of new products. There was promising news on the clinical trial front for the experimental vaccine to prevent the mosquito-borne viral disease 'chikungunya'...
November 2014: Therapeutic Delivery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25354834/communication-skills-curriculum-for-foreign-medical-graduates-in-an-internal-medicine-residency-program
#19
Ravishankar Ramaswamy, Alicia Williams, Elizabeth M Clark, Amy S Kelley
Effective communication is an important aspect of caring for the elderly, who are more likely to have multimorbidity, limited health literacy, and psychosocial barriers to care. About half of Internal Medicine (IM) trainees in the United States are foreign medical graduates, and may not have been exposed to prior communication skills education. This novel communication skills curriculum for IM interns aimed to increase trainees' confidence and use of specific communication tools with older adults, particularly in delivering bad news and conducting family meetings...
November 2014: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25325189/ebola-outbreak-response-the-role-of-information-resources-and-the-national-library-of-medicine
#20
Cynthia B Love, Stacey J Arnesen, Steven J Phillips
The US National Library of Medicine (NLM) offers Internet-based, no-cost resources useful for responding to the 2014 West Africa Ebola outbreak. Resources for health professionals, planners, responders, and researchers include PubMed, Disaster Lit, the Web page "Ebola Outbreak 2014: Information Resources," and the Virus Variation database of sequences for Ebolavirus. In cooperation with participating publishers, NLM offers free access to full-text articles from over 650 biomedical journals and 4000 online reference books through the Emergency Access Initiative...
February 2015: Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness
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