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381. Information-seeking behavior changes in community-based teaching practices Full Text available with Trip Pro

were located in medically underserved areas and received a computer, a printer, and, during year one, a fax machine. Participants were provided dial-up Internet service or were connected to the affiliated hospital's network. Clinicians were trained in how to search PubMed as a tool for practicing evidence-based medicine and to support clinical decision making. Health care providers were also taught how to find patient-education materials and continuing education programs and how to network (...) Information-seeking behavior changes in community-based teaching practices A National Library of Medicine information access grant allowed for a collaborative project to provide computer resources in fourteen clinical practice sites that enabled health care professionals to access medical information via PubMed and the Internet. Health care professionals were taught how to access quality, cost-effective information that was user friendly and would result in improved patient care. Selected sites

2004 Journal of the Medical Library Association

382. Slope of the Pressure-Time Waveform Predicts Resistance and Compliance in Mechanically Ventilated Subjects

, a 0.4 second end-inspiratory pause will be set and the following pressures measured: peak pressure; plateau pressure; and PEEP. The following ventilator settings will be recorded: inspiratory flow; expired tidal volume; and rate. The presence or absence of autoPEEP will be noted. During pressure-control ventilation, the flow versus time waveform will be printed from the ventilator using a conventional computer printer for later analysis. The following ventilator settings will be recorded

2008 Clinical Trials

383. Web-based Education to Enhance Fibromyalgia Management

. Inclusion Criteria: Ability to travel to Sioux Falls, SD for study visits. All subjects must fulfill the diagnostic criteria for fibromyalgia as established by the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) in 1990 (Wolfe et al., 1990) Be 18 years of age All subjects must have been in standard medical care with a physician for at least 3 months. Subjects must have a home computer or access to a computer with the following features: An Internet browser that is Internet Explorer version 5.0 or higher. Printer (...) Speakers or headphones Ability to use e-mail and access to the Internet Subjects must be able to perform the following screening test designed to assess computer ability: Go to a webpage Log in to a website Click on an icon Click on a radio button to answer a multiple choice question Fill a name into a text box Click on a submit button Print a document Exclusion Criteria: Subjects will be excluded from participation if they have any of the following: A severe physical impairment that precludes

2007 Clinical Trials

384. Teen Online Problem Solving (TOPS)

resources will show greater improvements in the more comprehensive TOPS intervention. We hypothesize better teen problem solving and communication skills, fewer teen emotional/behavioral problems, less parental burden and distress, and less parent-teen conflict at follow-up among the TOPS group compared to the IRC group. Other Names: TOPS IRC Experimental: Internet Resources Comparison Families in the IRC group will also receive a computer, printer, and high-speed internet access if they do

2006 Clinical Trials

385. A cluster randomized trial evaluating electronic prescribing in an ambulatory care setting. Full Text available with Trip Pro

. Using a handheld computer (PDA) the physician selects medications using an error minimising menu-based pick list from a comprehensive drug database, create specific prescription instructions and then transmit the prescription directly and electronically to a participating pharmacy via facsimile or to the physician's printer using local area wireless technology. The unit of allocation and randomization is by 'week', i.e. the system is "on" or "off" according to the randomization scheme and the unit

2007 Trials Controlled trial quality: uncertain

386. History and Physical Examination

patient may be taking co-codamol. The computer will record if medication is overused or underused and the date of last issue. Enquire about over-the-counter (OTC) remedies and possible herbal or other treatments. The latter are just as likely as prescription-only medicines (POMs) to have toxic effects or drug interactions, perhaps more so as they have not been so thoroughly tested. Family history Patients also assume that their family doctor is aware of their family history. Many conditions do have (...) think about the issue. Linking specific lifestyle advice to the current illness is far more effective so pick your issue. [ ] However, be careful not to swamp the patient's agenda with your own. Health promotion may also affect your practice's performance under the Management is more than just a prescription. It includes health education and advice. This is not simply a move away from paternalism but aids compliance and may reduce unnecessary attendance. Twin-tray laser printers enable printed

2008 Mentor

387. Spirometry

, hand-held devices that provide digital readings. These are the cheapest options and will fit into a medical bag but do not provide a graphical display (spirogram) and therefore it may be difficult to judge when an expiration is complete. They also need to be used in combination with predicted charts and a calculator to interpret results. Portable meters with integrated printers. Typically more expensive than (1.) but will provide calculations, spirograms to monitor the blow and a printout including (...) a flow volume loop. Systems designed to work with a computer that will display a graph, make calculations of predicted values and reversibility and provide a printout for records. They also enable tests to be emailed for a second opinion and for electronic storage. Whatever equipment is used, devices should be regularly calibrated, maintained, cleaned and disinfected according to the manufacturer's instructions. Disposable 'one-way' valved mouthpieces reduce the risk of cross infection (but prevent

2008 Mentor

388. Sick Building Syndrome

morale. Causes Internal chemical contaminants: usually air pollutants: Initial emissions from components and fittings of a building - the 'new smell' generally dissipates over a short period but can last years. Volatile organic compounds, including formaldehyde, cleaning products, and manufactured plastic and wood products. Ozone from photocopiers and printers. Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and other inorganic oxides given off as combustion products in heating systems. [ ] Small fibres from (...) building syndrome as a part of the autoimmune (auto-inflammatory) syndrome induced by adjuvants. Mod Rheumatol. 2011 Jun21(3):235-9. doi: 10.1007/s10165-010-0380-9. Epub 2010 Dec 29. ; Sick building syndrome in relation to air exchange rate, CO(2), room temperature and relative air humidity in university computer classrooms: an experimental study. Int Arch Occup Environ Health. 2008 Oct82(1):21-30. doi: 10.1007/s00420-008-0301-9. Epub 2008 Feb 2. ; Sick Building Syndrome: is mould the cause? Med Mycol

2008 Mentor

389. A flexible microprocessor system for the measurement of cell size. Full Text available with Trip Pro

A flexible microprocessor system for the measurement of cell size. A flexible system for the measurement of length and area is described. The system consists of the Reichert Jung MOP-1 area measuring device interfaced with a Commodore PET computer. Its use is illustrated by the planimetric measurement of cross sectional areas in histochemical preparations of normal and diseased muscle. While measurements are being made data can be displayed on the computer screen either in numerical form (...) or as a frequency histogram together with simple statistical analyses. Hard copy can be obtained from an attached printer. Mean values for fibre area in normal human skeletal muscle are reported. An alternative, widely used method of calculating fibre area from the lesser diameter was found to give a consistent underestimate of approximately 30% when compared with our planimetric method. In diseased muscle with abnormally shaped fibres the discrepancy is even larger; such fibres can be identified using a "form

1982 Journal of Clinical Pathology

390. A data processing system adapted to the special needs of the emergency laboratory. Full Text available with Trip Pro

transfer of verified test results. For security purposes all steps of sample processing (request, result, report) are recorded via line printers outside the emergency laboratory. The capacity of the computer for managing sample and data processing reduces the work load for technicians. This results in a reduction of the turn-round time of tests. 95% of all requested tests are performed and reported within the requested time period and in emergencies, test results are available within 5-10 min (...) A data processing system adapted to the special needs of the emergency laboratory. A data processing system for the emergency laboratory was integrated in our clinical laboratory computer system, its prime objective being the service requirements of the laboratory. It included the possibility of simultaneous optical reading of request forms and on-line capturing, processing, and printing of laboratory test data. Priority request forms, which allow the clinician to specify the interval by which

1983 Journal of Clinical Pathology

391. Text-interpreter language for flexible generation of patient notes and instructions. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Text-interpreter language for flexible generation of patient notes and instructions. An interpreted computer language has been developed along with a windowed user interface and multi-printer-support formatter to allow preparation of documentation of patient visits, including progress notes, prescriptions, excuses for work/school, outpatient laboratory requisitions, and patient instructions. Input is by trackball or mouse with little or no keyboard skill required. For clinical problems

1992 Proceedings of the Annual Symposium on Computer Application in Medical Care

392. Application of a computerized medical decision-making process to the problem of digoxin intoxication. (Abstract)

report" and sent to line printers in the nursing division to be placed on the individual patients' charts. To assess the effect of these reports on patient management, a randomized double-blind study was undertaken. Patients were assigned to an alert or nonalert group. Alert reports were withheld from charts of patients in the nonalert group. A medical record review was subsequently carried out, wherein the physician's orders were searched to identify actions taken with possible relation (...) to the digoxin alerts. The computer monitored 396 patients over a 3 month period. Of these, 211 (53%) were randomized to the alert group and 185 (47%) to the nonalert group. Seventy-two percent of patients received at least one alert. The most frequently occurring alerts included: hypoxemia, hypokalemia, concurrent use of a beta-adrenergic blocking agent, renal insufficiency and ventricular arrhythmia. Results from the record review demonstrated a 22% increase in physician actions for the alert group

1984 Journal of the American College of Cardiology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

393. A systematic review of duplex ultrasound, magnetic resonance angiography and computed tomography angiography for the diagnosis and assessment of symptomatic, lower limb peripheral arterial disease

A systematic review of duplex ultrasound, magnetic resonance angiography and computed tomography angiography for the diagnosis and assessment of symptomatic, lower limb peripheral arterial disease A systematic review of duplex ultrasound, magnetic resonance angiography and computed tomography angiography for the diagnosis and assessment of symptomatic, lower limb peripheral arterial disease A systematic review of duplex ultrasound, magnetic resonance angiography and computed tomography (...) resonance angiography and computed tomography angiography for the diagnosis and assessment of symptomatic, lower limb peripheral arterial disease. Health Technology Assessment 2007; 11(20): 1-202 Authors' objectives "The objectives of this review were: to determine the diagnostic accuracy of DUS, MRA and CTA, alone or in combination, for the assessment of lower limb PAD to evaluate the impact of these assessment methods on patient management/outcome to evaluate the evidence regarding patient attitudes

2007 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

394. The clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for lung cancer: systematic reviews

The clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for lung cancer: systematic reviews The clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for lung cancer: systematic reviews The clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for lung cancer: systematic reviews Black C, Bagust A, Boland A, Walker S, McLeod C, De Verteuil R, Ayres J, Bain L, Thomas S, Godden D, Waugh N Record Status (...) This is a bibliographic record of a published health technology assessment from a member of INAHTA. No evaluation of the quality of this assessment has been made for the HTA database. Citation Black C, Bagust A, Boland A, Walker S, McLeod C, De Verteuil R, Ayres J, Bain L, Thomas S, Godden D, Waugh N. The clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for lung cancer: systematic reviews. Health Technology Assessment 2006; 10(3): 1-106 Authors' objectives The aim of this review

2006 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

395. Systematic review of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of 64-slice or higher computed tomography angiography as an alternative to invasive coronary angiography in the investigation of coronary artery disease

Systematic review of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of 64-slice or higher computed tomography angiography as an alternative to invasive coronary angiography in the investigation of coronary artery disease Systematic review of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of 64-slice or higher computed tomography angiography as an alternative to invasive coronary angiography in the investigation of coronary artery disease Systematic review of the clinical effectiveness (...) and cost-effectiveness of 64-slice or higher computed tomography angiography as an alternative to invasive coronary angiography in the investigation of coronary artery disease Mowatt G, Cummins E, Waugh N, Walker S, Cook J, Jia X, Hillis GS, Fraser C Record Status This is a bibliographic record of a published health technology assessment from a member of INAHTA. No evaluation of the quality of this assessment has been made for the HTA database. Citation Mowatt G, Cummins E, Waugh N, Walker S, Cook J

2008 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

396. Impact of computer-aided detection prompts on the sensitivity and specificity of screening mammography

Impact of computer-aided detection prompts on the sensitivity and specificity of screening mammography Impact of computer-aided detection prompts on the sensitivity and specificity of screening mammography Impact of computer-aided detection prompts on the sensitivity and specificity of screening mammography Taylor P, Champness J, Given-Wilson R, Johnston K, Potts H Record Status This is a bibliographic record of a published health technology assessment from a member of INAHTA. No evaluation (...) of the quality of this assessment has been made for the HTA database. Citation Taylor P, Champness J, Given-Wilson R, Johnston K, Potts H. Impact of computer-aided detection prompts on the sensitivity and specificity of screening mammography. Health Technology Assessment 2005; 9(6): 1-72 Authors' objectives The objective of this study was to determine the value of computer-aided detection (CAD) for breast cancer screening. The impact of the R2 ImageChecker (R) on the sensitivity and specificity

2005 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

397. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for coronary artery disease: systematic review

The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for coronary artery disease: systematic review The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for coronary artery disease: systematic review The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for coronary artery disease: systematic review Waugh N, Black C, Walker S, McIntyre L, Cummins E, Hillis G Record Status This is a bibliographic record of a published health (...) technology assessment from a member of INAHTA. No evaluation of the quality of this assessment has been made for the HTA database. Citation Waugh N, Black C, Walker S, McIntyre L, Cummins E, Hillis G. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography screening for coronary artery disease: systematic review. Health Technology Assessment 2006; 10(39): 1-59 Authors' objectives The aim of this review is to assess the clinical and cost-effectiveness of computed tomography (CT) screening

2006 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

398. A systematic literature review of spiral and electron beam computed tomography: with particular reference to clinical applications in hepatic lesions, pulmonary embolus and coronary artery disease

A systematic literature review of spiral and electron beam computed tomography: with particular reference to clinical applications in hepatic lesions, pulmonary embolus and coronary artery disease A systematic literature review of spiral and electron beam computed tomography: with particular reference to clinical applications in hepatic lesions, pulmonary embolus and coronary artery disease A systematic literature review of spiral and electron beam computed tomography: with particular reference (...) , O'Connor P J, Smith M A. A systematic literature review of spiral and electron beam computed tomography: with particular reference to clinical applications in hepatic lesions, pulmonary embolus and coronary artery disease. Health Technology Assessment 1999; 3(18): 1-118 Authors' objectives The aim of this review was to identify publications relating to the use of spiral and electron beam computed tomography (CT), in order to draw conclusions about the effectiveness of latest generation CT devices

1999 Health Technology Assessment (HTA) Database.

399. Computer interviewing in urogynaecology: concept, development and psychometric testing of an electronic pelvic floor assessment questionnaire in primary and secondary care. Full Text available with Trip Pro

care) were recruited between June 2003 and January 2004.The e-PAQ was located on a workstation (computer, touchscreen and printer). Women completed the e-PAQ prior to their appointment. Untreated women in primary care were asked to return seven days later to complete the e-PAQ a second time (test-retest).Factor analysis, reliability, validity, patient satisfaction, completion times and system costs.In secondary care, factor analysis identified 14 domains within the four dimensions (urinary, bowel (...) Computer interviewing in urogynaecology: concept, development and psychometric testing of an electronic pelvic floor assessment questionnaire in primary and secondary care. To develop and evaluate a Web-based, electronic pelvic floor symptoms assessment questionnaire (e-PAQ)1 for women.A cross-sectional study in primary and secondary care.Two general practices, two community health clinics and a secondary care urogynaecology clinic.A total of 432 women (204 in primary care and 228 in secondary

2006 BJOG

400. Computer-Assisted Treatment of Urinary Tract Infection in Emergency Departments and Community Health Centers

at UCSF urgent care clinic in 2005, and has been successfully integrated into the clinical work flow at this clinic for over 2 years. The computer-based module is housed in a freestanding kiosk with a touch-screen monitor and audio handset to allow patients with low literacy and minimum computer skills to complete the module. A printer in the kiosk provides a summary of the patient's responses to each question in the module, as well as a prescription for the clinic physician to sign and return (...) Computer-Assisted Treatment of Urinary Tract Infection in Emergency Departments and Community Health Centers Computer-Assisted Treatment of Urinary Tract Infection in Emergency Departments and Community Health Centers - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies

2008 Clinical Trials

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