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Linda M Willems, Anthony C Redmond, Tanja A Stamm, Carina Boström, Saskia Decuman, Ann Tyrrell Kennedy, Jadranka Brozd, Sanja Roškar, Vanessa Smith, Theodora P M Vliet Vlieland, Cornelia H M van den Ende
OBJECTIVES: To describe the non-pharmacological care in systemic sclerosis (SSc) provided by European health professionals (HPs) including referrals, treatment targets, interventions, and educational needs. METHODS: In this observational study, European HPs working in SSc care were invited to complete an online survey through announcements by EUSTAR (European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) Scleroderma Trials and Research) and FESCA (Federation of European Scleroderma Associations), the EULAR HPs' newsletter, websites of national patient and HP associations, and by personal invitation...
July 2015: Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology
K Murphy, M Chaudry, Hp Redmond
INTRODUCTION: The case report describes the rare presentation of a 79-year-old patient with a locally perforated splenic flexure tumour of the colon presenting with an apparent empyema thoracis in the absence of abdominal signs or symptoms. CASE PRESENTATION: Initial presentation was with a non-productive cough, anorexia and general malaise. An admission chest X-ray and subsequent computed tomographic image of the thorax showed a loculated pleural effusion consistent with an empyema...
2009: Journal of Medical Case Reports
J Kelly, Et Condon, Wo Kirwan, Hp Redmond
Diaphragmatic rupture due to trauma is both well recognised and uncommon. The difficulties in diagnosing traumatic diaphragmatic rupture at the first admission are the most common causes of latent morbidity and mortality. Herniation of the abdominal viscera is the most common sequel with strangulation and perforation the most serious complication. This case outlines the delayed presentation of diaphragmatic rupture and herniation presenting as an acute tension faecopneumothorax. We review the relevant literature, with particular emphasis on the difficulties in diagnosis at presentation...
2008: World Journal of Emergency Surgery: WJES
Ronan A Cahill, Hp Redmond
While the haemorrhagic consequences of anti-coagulants are well and frequently described in the surgical literature, the paradoxical prothrombotic tendencies of these drugs tend to be under-recognised due, perhaps, to their clinical infrequency. However, when these effects pertain, their consequences can be devastating. Here, we present a postoperative oncology patient who suffered a massive recrudescence of his lower limb venous thrombosis immediately after discontinuation of his heparin infusion, despite seemingly being adequately anticoagulated by warfarin therapy (INR > 2...
2007: Journal of Medical Case Reports
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