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APA Guideline for the treatment of patients with eating disorders

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:26h | UTC

The American Psychiatric Association Practice Guideline For The Treatment Of Patients With Eating Disorders, Fourth Edition – American Psychiatry Association

News Release: APA Releases Updated Guideline for Treating Eating Disorders – American Psychiatric Association

See also: Special Report: Youth With Eating Disorders—Time Is of the Essence in Achieving Remission – American Psychiatric Association

 


Global, regional, and national burdens of ischemic heart disease attributable to smoking from 1990 to 2019

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:25h | UTC

Global, Regional, and National Burdens of Ischemic Heart Disease Attributable to Smoking From 1990 to 2019 – Journal of the American Heart Association – J Am Heart Assoc

 


M-A | Cardiovascular and renal effects of SGLT2 inhibitor initiation in acute heart failure

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:23h | UTC

Cardiovascular and renal effects of SGLT2 inhibitor initiation in acute heart failure: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials – Clinical Research in Cardiology

 


Special Issue | Recent advances in anesthesia

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:21h | UTC

Recent advances in anaesthesia for intrauterine and foetal surgery

Recent advances in obstetric anaesthesia and critical care

Recent advances in paediatric anaesthesia

Recent advances in anaesthesia for abdominal solid organ transplantation

Update on preoperative evaluation and optimisation

Recent advances in airway management

Recent advancements in total intravenous anaesthesia and anaesthetic pharmacology

Recent advancements in regional anaesthesia

Newer frontiers in onco-anaesthesia and palliative medicine

Recent advances in cardiac anaesthesia

Recent advancements in the practice of neuroanaesthesia and neurocritical care: An update

A novel approach in understanding the basic modes of ventilation in a recent generation mechanical ventilator– A review of the underlying principles

Recent advancements in critical care: Part I

Recent advances in critical care: Part II

Anaesthetic management of robot-assisted laparoscopic surgery

Recent trends in chronic pain medicine

Recent advances in perioperative blood management

Recent advances in research, training and teaching in anaesthesia and critical care

Recent advances in system management, decision support systems, artificial intelligence and computing in anaesthesia

Recent advances in geriatric anaesthesia

 


Cohort Study | Predictors of acute coronary occlusion in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest without ST-segment elevation

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:20h | UTC

Acute Coronary Occlusion in Patients With Non-ST-Segment Elevation Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest – Journal of the American College of Cardiology (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

JACC Podcast: Acute Coronary Occlusion in Patients with Non-ST-segment Elevation Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest

Commentary: Coronary Occlusion in Patients With Non-ST Elevation Cardiac Arrest – American College of Cardiology

Related:

#ESCCongress – RCT: Immediate coronary angiography after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest without ST-segment elevation did not improve outcomes compared to delayed/selective angiography – New England Journal of Medicine

Emergency vs Delayed Coronary Angiogram in Survivors of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest: Results of the Randomized, Multicentric EMERGE Trial – JAMA Cardiology (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

 


The next generation of coronavirus vaccines: a graphical guide

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:18h | UTC

The next generation of coronavirus vaccines: a graphical guide – Nature

 


Analysis | Papers and patents are becoming less disruptive over time

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:17h | UTC

Papers and patents are becoming less disruptive over time – Nature

Commentaries:

‘Disruptive’ science has declined — and no one knows why – Nature

Innovation in Science Is on The Decline And We’re Not Sure Why – Science Alerts

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Epidemiology, clinical presentation, and outcomes of 620 patients with eosinophilia in the intensive care unit

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:15h | UTC

Epidemiology, clinical presentation, and outcomes of 620 patients with eosinophilia in the intensive care unit – Intensive Care Medicine

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Ten recommendations for child-friendly visiting policies in critical care

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:14h | UTC

Ten recommendations for child-friendly visiting policies in critical care – Intensive Care Medicine

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Review | How to optimize extubation?

3 Feb, 2023 | 14:13h | UTC

How to optimize extubation? – Intensive Care Medicine

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


ILO Report | Working time and work-life balance around the world

2 Feb, 2023 | 15:09h | UTC

Working Time and Work-Life Balance Around the World – International Labour Organization

News Release: Flexible working hours can benefit work-life balance, businesses and productivity – International Labour Organization

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Choosing Wisely | Five things physicians and patients should question in general internal medicine

2 Feb, 2023 | 15:08h | UTC

Society of General Internal Medicine: Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question

Commentary: Patients don’t need to be ‘checked for everything’ – Northwestern University

Related: Selection of the Top 36 International Choosing Wisely Recommendations by the Romanian Society of Internal Medicine

See complete lists of low-value practices: Choosing Wisely U.S. / Choosing Wisely UK / Choosing Wisely Australia AND Choosing Wisely Canada

 


Review | Choosing Wisely in pediatric healthcare

2 Feb, 2023 | 15:07h | UTC

Choosing Wisely in pediatric healthcare: A narrative review – Frontiers in Pediatrics

Related:

Choosing Wisely | Five things physicians and patients should question in the practice of pediatric emergency medicine.

Choosing Wisely: Nine pediatric otolaryngology recommendations.

Choosing Wisely in Pediatric Hospital Medicine: 5 New Recommendations to Improve Value.

Choosing Wisely: Five things clinicians and patients should question in Neurological Surgery in Children

Five things clinicians and patients should question in Pediatric Cardiology

Choosing Wisely: Five low-value or harmful practices that should be avoided in pediatric pulmonology and sleep medicine

Choosing Wisely in Pediatric Hematology: Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question

Choosing Wisely in Pediatric Surgery: Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question

New Choosing Wisely List: American Academy of Pediatrics – Section on Rheumatology

Choosing Wisely: Committee on Infectious Diseases and the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society

Choosing Wisely: Section on Nephrology and the American Society of Pediatric Nephrology

New Choosing Wisely Lists in Pediatrics: Things Physicians and Patients Should Question

New Choosing Wisely Recommendations – American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Endocrinology & Nurse Practitioner Association of Canada

See complete lists of low-value practices: Choosing Wisely U.S. / Choosing Wisely UK / Choosing Wisely Australia AND Choosing Wisely Canada

 


Efficacy, safety, and tolerability of antidepressants for pain in adults: overview of systematic reviews

2 Feb, 2023 | 15:05h | UTC

Efficacy, safety, and tolerability of antidepressants for pain in adults: overview of systematic reviews – The BMJ

Editorial: Rethinking use of medicines for chronic pain – The BMJ

News Release: Antidepressants use for chronic pain on the rise, but are they effective? – University of Sidney

 

Commentary from the author on Twitter (thread – click for more)

 


Review | Current and emerging knowledge of diagnostic imaging in COVID-19

2 Feb, 2023 | 15:04h | UTC

Current and Emerging Knowledge in COVID-19 – Radiology

See also:

Long-term Lung Abnormalities Associated with COVID-19 Pneumonia – Radiology

An Integrated Radiologic-Pathologic Understanding of COVID-19 Pneumonia – Radiology

 


Patients labeled as nonallergic after initial tests for penicillin allergy may develop resensitization afterwards

2 Feb, 2023 | 15:03h | UTC

Resensitization in suspected penicillin allergy – Allergy

Video summary: Resensitisation in suspected penicillin allergy

Commentary: Patients should be retested for penicillin resensitization before being deemed nonallergic – Healio (free registration required)

Related:

Improving antimicrobial stewardship with penicillin allergy testing: a review of current practices and unmet needs – JAC-Antimicrobial Resistance

Management of Patients with Suspected or Confirmed Antibiotic Allergy. Executive Summary of Guidance from the Spanish Society of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology (SEIMC), the Spanish Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (SEAIC), the Spanish Society of Hospital Pharmacy (SEFH) and the Spanish Society of Intensive Medicine and Coronary Care Units (SEMICYUC) – Journal of Investigational Allergology and Clinical Immunology (PDF)

The prevalence of penicillin allergy labeling ranged from 0.9% to 10.2% across practices in a large pediatric cohort, raising questions regarding the validity of those labels and the unnecessary use of second-line antibiotics that may follow.

The prevalence of penicillin allergy labeling ranged from 0.9% to 10.2% across practices in a large pediatric cohort, raising questions regarding the validity of those labels and the unnecessary use of second-line antibiotics that may follow.

M-A: Most patients with allergy to Penicillin can be given Cefazolin

Systematic review: Safety and efficacy of de-labelling penicillin allergy in adults using direct oral challenge

Penicillin allergy labels increase second-line broad-spectrum antibiotic prescribing for pediatric respiratory tract infections

Podcast: A Clinical Pharmacologist’s Perspective on Penicillin Allergy

Study: Development and Validation of a Penicillin Allergy Clinical Decision Rule

Management of a surgical patient with a label of penicillin allergy: narrative review and consensus recommendations – British Journal of Anaesthesia

NICE: Double Check Patients with ‘Penicillin Allergy’ to Avoid Increased MRSA Risk

Cohort Study: Risk of Meticillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus and Clostridium Difficile in Patients with a Documented Penicillin Allergy

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


RCT | Remifentanil vs. neuromuscular blockers during rapid sequence intubation in patients at risk of aspiration

2 Feb, 2023 | 15:01h | UTC

Effect of Remifentanil vs Neuromuscular Blockers During Rapid Sequence Intubation on Successful Intubation Without Major Complications Among Patients at Risk of Aspiration: A Randomized Clinical Trial – JAMA (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Deconstructing the dogma: meta-analysis of adjunctive gentamicin and rifampin in staphylococcal prosthetic valve endocarditis

2 Feb, 2023 | 15:00h | UTC

Deconstructing the Dogma: Systematic Literature Review and Meta-analysis of Adjunctive Gentamicin and Rifampin in Staphylococcal Prosthetic Valve Endocarditis – Open Forum Infectious Diseases

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Fungal Nomenclature: managing change is the name of the game

2 Feb, 2023 | 14:59h | UTC

Fungal Nomenclature: Managing Change is the Name of the Game – Open Forum Infectious Diseases

 

Commentary from the author on Twitter (thread – click for more)

 


A primer on home infusion administration methods

2 Feb, 2023 | 14:57h | UTC

A Primer on Home Infusion Administration Methods – Open Forum Infectious Diseases

 


Editorial | Nonhuman “authors” and implications for the integrity of scientific publication and medical knowledge

1 Feb, 2023 | 13:38h | UTC

Nonhuman “Authors” and Implications for the Integrity of Scientific Publication and Medical Knowledge – JAMA

Related:

ChatGPT is fun, but not an author – Science

Tools such as ChatGPT threaten transparent science; here are our ground rules for their use – Nature

ChatGPT listed as author on research papers: many scientists disapprove – Nature

Abstracts written by ChatGPT fool scientists

 


The IDSA Guidelines on the diagnosis of COVID-19: antigen testing

1 Feb, 2023 | 13:37h | UTC

The Infectious Diseases Society of America Guidelines on the Diagnosis of COVID-19: Antigen Testing – Clinical Infectious Diseases

 


Assessment of COVID-19 as the underlying cause of death among children and young people aged 0 to 19 years in the US

1 Feb, 2023 | 13:36h | UTC

Assessment of COVID-19 as the Underlying Cause of Death Among Children and Young People Aged 0 to 19 Years in the US – JAMA Network Open

News Release: COVID-19 is a leading cause of death in children and young people in the US – University of Oxford

Commentary: Expert reaction to study looking at children in the US aged 0 to 19 years whose underlying cause of death was COVID-19 – Science Media Centre

Related:

[Preprint] Risk of Hospitalization, severe disease, and mortality due to COVID-19 in children with SARS-CoV-2 infection in Germany – “overall hospitalization rate associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection was 35.9 per 10,000 children, ICU admission rate was 1.7 per 10,000 and case fatality was 0.09 per 10,000”.

Deaths in children and young people in England after SARS-CoV-2 infection during the first pandemic year – “In total, 99.995% of children and young people with a positive SARS-CoV-2 test survived”.

 


Cohort Study | Associations between infant screen use, electroencephalography markers, and cognitive outcomes

1 Feb, 2023 | 13:34h | UTC

Associations Between Infant Screen Use, Electroencephalography Markers, and Cognitive Outcomes – JAMA Pediatrics

Commentaries:

Infant Screen Use Linked to Alterations in Cortical EEG Before Age 2 – HealthDay

Your child’s academic success may start with their screen time as infants, study says – CNN

 


The introduction of sugary drinks tax in the UK was followed by a drop in obesity cases among children

1 Feb, 2023 | 13:32h | UTC

Associations between trajectories of obesity prevalence in English primary school children and the UK soft drinks industry levy: An interrupted time series analysis of surveillance data – PLOS Medicine

News Releases:

UK soft drink taxes associated with decreased obesity in girls – PLOS

Sugary drinks tax may have prevented over 5,000 cases of obesity a year in year six girls alone – University of Cambridge

Commentaries:

Expert reaction to study looking at the UK sugary drinks tax and obesity in children – Science Media Centre

UK sugar tax ‘prevents 5,000 cases of obesity in year 6 girls annually’ – The Guardian

Related:

WHO manual on sugar-sweetened beverage taxation policies to promote healthy diets.

M-A: Outcomes following taxation of sugar-sweetened beverages.

Public Policies to Reduce Sugary Drink Consumption in Children and Adolescents – Pediatrics

Cutting back on sugar-sweetened beverages: What works? – Cochrane Library

Association of a Beverage Tax on Sugar-Sweetened and Artificially Sweetened Beverages With Changes in Beverage Prices and Sales at Chain Retailers in a Large Urban Setting – JAMA

Impact of sugar‐sweetened beverage taxes on purchases and dietary intake: Systematic review and meta‐analysis – Obesity Reviews

Association between tax on sugar sweetened beverages and soft drink consumption in adults in Mexico: open cohort longitudinal analysis of Health Workers Cohort Study – The BMJ

Potential impact on prevalence of obesity in the UK of a 20% price increase in high sugar snacks: modelling study – The BMJ

Changes in food purchases after the Chilean policies on food labelling, marketing, and sales in schools: a before and after study – The Lancet Planetary Health

Association of a Sweetened Beverage Tax With Soda Consumption in High School Students – JAMA Pediatrics

Sugar-sweetened beverage taxes: Lessons to date and the future of taxation – PLOS Medicine

Banning the promotion of soft drinks could be more effective than a sugar tax – The Conversation

Sugar tax: why health experts want it but politicians and industry are resisting – The Guardian

 

Commentary from the author on Twitter (thread – click for more)

 


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