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61. Patient Modesty: Volume 89

; basically what the average physician in the area would have done. If the physician documented a reason for denial (including it is my right to), attempted to educate the patient (gave him ACS pamphlet on recommended screening), periodically revisited the topic (and noted refusal again), and did not ignore the patient's request for alternative testing (FOBT vs colonoscopy), then the physician did everything possible and has a defensible position. That does NOT mean the physician will be dismissed from (...) think 90 percent of the intimate care shouldn't be happening. At , said... A couple of days ago, I successfully finished a Continuing Medical Education Course for my California medical license renewal on cancer detection, diagnosis and clinical outcomes, the course provided by What I was reminded about and learned regarding the current status of the various cancers and cancer screening, based on numerous studies and based on the current conclusions of various cancer organizations, there is necessary

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

62. Patient Modesty: Volume 89

; basically what the average physician in the area would have done. If the physician documented a reason for denial (including it is my right to), attempted to educate the patient (gave him ACS pamphlet on recommended screening), periodically revisited the topic (and noted refusal again), and did not ignore the patient's request for alternative testing (FOBT vs colonoscopy), then the physician did everything possible and has a defensible position. That does NOT mean the physician will be dismissed from (...) think 90 percent of the intimate care shouldn't be happening. At , said... A couple of days ago, I successfully finished a Continuing Medical Education Course for my California medical license renewal on cancer detection, diagnosis and clinical outcomes, the course provided by What I was reminded about and learned regarding the current status of the various cancers and cancer screening, based on numerous studies and based on the current conclusions of various cancer organizations, there is necessary

2018 Bioethics Discussion Blog

63. Treatment and recommendations for homeless people with Chronic Non-Malignant Pain

Assessment, Screening & Diagnostic Testing 13 PLAN & MANAGEMENT Plan of Care 18 Education, Self-Management 20 Treatment, Management 24 Associated Problems, Complications 30 Follow-up 34 MODEL OF CARE Service Delivery Design 36 Outreach and Engagement 40 Standards of Care 42 Transitions in Care 43 CASE STUDIES Integrated Group Medical Visits for Challenging Patients 44 Managing Chronic Pain with Comorbid Addiction 45 SOURCES & RESOURCES Primary Sources 46 References on Homeless/Underserved Populations 46 (...) exams (as tolerated), if needed. Look for evidence of occult alcoholism or addiction. ? Practice Trauma-Informed Care during the physical examination and in all patient encounters, recognizing that individuals who are homeless are likely to have experienced some form of previous trauma. ASSESSMENT, SCREENING & DIAGNOSTIC TESTING ? Assess every chronic pain patient for substance use and mental health issues. Based on prevalence of behavioral health issues in the patient population served as well

2011 National Health Care for the Homeless Council

64. Evaluation of Neurodevelopment and Factors Affecting it in Children With Acyanotic Congenital Cardiac Disease Full Text available with Trip Pro

in preschool period and determine the factors affecting their neurodevelopmental process.132 children with acyanotic congenital heart disease aged 6 - 72 months were involved in the study. Mental development and intelligence levels of patients under 2 years old were assessed by using Bayley Development Scale-III, and Stanford Binet Intelligence test was employed for patients over 2 years old. Denver Developmental Screening Test II was applied to all patients for their personal-social, fine motor, gross (...) motor and language development.The average age of patients (67 girls, 65 boys) included in the study was 35.2 ± 19.6 months. It was determined that there were subnormal mental level in 13 (10%) patients and at least one specific developmental disorder in 33 (25%) patients. Bayley Mental Development Scale score of patients who had received incubator care in perinatal period was found significantly low (88 ± 4.2) compared to those with no incubator care (93.17 ± 8.5) (P = 0.028). Low educational level

2016 Iranian journal of pediatrics

65. Psychomotor Development in Cri du Chat Syndrome: Comparison in Two Italian Cohorts with Different Rehabilitation Methods Full Text available with Trip Pro

intervention and to develop new CdC oriented programs of rehabilitation, we compare the results obtained for many developmental skills in two groups of CdC patients undergoing two different rehabilitation programs. Using data on the development of a group of CdC patients obtained by validated Italian translation for the Denver Developmental Screening Test II, we compared a group of 13 patients undergoing an educational program developed for CdC patients, the Mayer Project (MP), with a second group of 15 (...) cases in whom caring was not specifically oriented. A positive impact of the MP was reported by parents, observing an improvement in social skills obtained, even if no significant differences were observed when the items of the Denver Test are studied. The need for personalized care in CdC patients and the choice of different methods to compare the results are also discussed.

2016 The Scientific World Journal

66. Evaluation of the Home Visiting Pilot Program on Early Childhood Outcomes in Fortaleza Brazil

will receive home visits by community health workers trained in the standard basic health curriculum (no PCCSF). Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Denver Developmental Screening Test II- aggregate rating of language skills [ Time Frame: change from baseline to follow-up at 18 months ] language development Denver Developmental Screening Test II - aggregate rating of socioemotional skills [ Time Frame: change from baseline to follow-up at 18 months ] socioemotional development Denver (...) Developmental Screening Test II -aggregate rating motor skills [ Time Frame: change from baseline to follow-up at 18 months ] motor development Denver Developmental Screening Test II -aggregate rating cognitive skills [ Time Frame: change from baseline to follow-up at 18 months ] cognitive development Eligibility Criteria Go to Information from the National Library of Medicine Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about

2016 Clinical Trials

67. Melatonin use for neuroprotection in perinatal asphyxia: a randomized controlled pilot study. (Abstract)

. Neurologic evaluations and Denver Developmental Screening Test II were performed at 6 months.Compared with healthy neonates, the two HIE groups had increased melatonin, SOD and NO. At enrollment, the two HIE groups did not differ in clinical, laboratory or EEG findings. At 5 days, the melatonin/hypothermia group had greater increase in melatonin (P<0.001) and decline in NO (P<0.001), but less decline in SOD (P=0.004). The melatonin/hypothermia group had fewer seizures on follow-up EEG and less white (...) matter abnormalities on MRI. At 6 months, the melatonin/hypothermia group had improved survival without neurological or developmental abnormalities (P<0.001).Early administration of melatonin to asphyxiated term neonates is feasible and may ameliorate brain injury.

2015 Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association Controlled trial quality: uncertain

68. Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for the Prevention of Perinatal Depressive Relapse/Recurrence

group will receive "ongoing assessment and referral" (OAR), consisting of routine screening and referral to behavioral health services within obstetric clinical settings within Kaiser Permanente (KP) in Colorado and Georgia. The investigators will randomly assign participants at each site to 8 weeks of MBCT-PD or OAR. During this phase, the investigators will address the following aims: Specific Aim 1: To test the primary hypothesis that participants receiving MBCT-PD will experience improved (...) in the context of pregnancy and in anticipation of the postpartum. Active Comparator: OAR Ongoing Assessment and Referral (OAR) Behavioral: OAR Ongoing Assessment and Referral (OAR) consists of routine screening and referral to behavioral health services within obstetric clinical settings within Kaiser Permanente (KP) in Colorado and Georgia. Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Engagement (class attendance) [ Time Frame: Up to 8 weeks ] Engagement is operationalized in-part as class attendance

2015 Clinical Trials

69. Facioscapulohumeral Dystrophy in Children

] Walking Distance in 6 minutes. ICH Body functioning: Denver II developmental screening test [ Time Frame: 2 years ] Developmental level. ICH Body functioning: visual acuity [ Time Frame: 2 years ] Snellen card ICH Body functioning: hearing [ Time Frame: 2 years ] Tone- and voice audiometry ICH Body functioning: mental functioning [ Time Frame: 2 years ] Electro-encephalography performed in clinically suspected epilepsy. ICH Body functioning: Pain [ Time Frame: 2 years ] Faces scale pain. ICH Body (...) muscle weakness, pain, fatigue, epilepsy, hearing loss, vision loss, mental retardation and spinal deformities. The prevalence of these symptoms and the adequate follow-up of these symptoms is unknown. Moreover the clinical impact and social functioning of children with FSHD is under exposed. Therefore this study will focus on the total spectrum of FSHD in children. In addition, an extensive genetic screening will be conducted, searching for (epi)genetic disease modifiers and severity predictors

2015 Clinical Trials

70. Pregnancy after Bariatric Surgery: Obstetric and Perinatal Outcomes and the Growth and Development of Children. (Abstract)

was 64.88. Speech delays were found in three male children evaluated using the Denver Developmental Screening Test II. A statistical association was found between the interval from the surgery to the pregnancy and the outcome of the questionable Denver II test results (p = 0.011).Except for the large index of low birth weight, it can be concluded that pregnancy after bariatric surgery is safe. The growth rate was found to be adequate in the children born after the surgery, with reduced obesity. Although

2015 Obesity Surgery

71. Genetics of Skin Cancer

decisions about genetic testing for inherited cancer risk and risk-management strategies. for pathogenic variants in CDKN2A is generally high. Perceived benefits among individuals with a strong family history of melanoma include information about the risk of melanoma for themselves and their children and increased motivation for sun-protective behavior. A number of studies have examined in individuals with a family history of melanoma. Overall, these studies indicate inconsistent adoption (...) and maintenance of these behaviors. Intervention studies have targeted knowledge about melanoma, sun protection, and screening behaviors in family members of melanoma patients, with mixed results. Research is ongoing to better understand and address psychosocial and behavioral issues in high-risk families. Introduction [ Note: Many of the medical and scientific terms used in this summary are found in the . When a linked term is clicked, the definition will appear in a separate window. ] [ Note: A concerted

2012 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

72. Effects of parental imprisonment on child antisocial behaviour and mental health: a systematic review Full Text available with Trip Pro

. To assess the relationship between parental imprisonment and child outcomes, we find it useful to consider whether or not parental imprisonment is a risk factor or a causal risk factor, using the definitions of these terms provided by Helena Kraemer et al. ( ; ; ). These terms are defined below. Risk factors Risk factors are variables that are shown to predict an outcome. Prediction requires association and precedence. Association should be tested by comparing outcomes for children of prisoners (...) ‐ they can be used both to identify those of high risk of the outcome and to provide the bases for interventions to prevent the outcome” ( , pp. 32‐33). The term causal risk factor is used instead of cause, because the term cause can suggest deterministic effects, and causal relations in social science are probabilistic ( ; ): changes in X are followed by changes in Y with a certain probability. Causal risk factors should be tested by investigating changes in the outcome following changes in the risk

2009 Campbell Collaboration

73. General Recommendations for the Care of Homeless Patients

) • Developmental assessment - Ages & Stages Questionnaires, Parents’ Evaluation of Develop- mental Status (PEDS), Denver II or other standard screening tool • Interpersonal violence - Posttraumatic Diagnostic Scale for Use with Extremely Low-income Women • Forensic evaluation - if strong evidence of child abuse • Health care maintenance - cancer screening for adults, EPSDT for children PLAN & MANAGEMENT Plan of care • Basic needs - Food, clothing, housing may be higher priorities than health care. • Patient (...) living in shelters and others at risk for tuberculosis; QuantiFERON®-TB Gold test (QFT-G) if available • STI screening - for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV, HBV, HCV, trichomonas, bacterial vagino- sis, monilia • Mental health - Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9, PHQ-2), MHS-III, MDQ • Substance abuse - SSI-AOD • Cognitive assessment - Mini-Mental Status Examination (MMSE), Traumatic Brain Injury Ques- tionnaire (TBIQ), Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuro-Psychological Status (RBANS

2010 National Health Care for the Homeless Council

74. Melatonin for Neuroprotection Following Perinatal Asphyxia

] Incidence of abnormal Denver Developmental Screening Test II [ Time Frame: 6 months ] Eligibility Criteria Go to Information from the National Library of Medicine Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study. To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff using the contacts provided below. For general information, Layout table for eligibility information (...) Screening Test II assessments were performed at 6 months. A group of healthy newborns will be used as a control for baseline labs. Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Actual Enrollment : 45 participants Allocation: Randomized Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment Masking: Triple (Participant, Investigator, Outcomes Assessor) Primary Purpose: Treatment Official Title: Melatonin for Neuroprotection Following Perinatal Asphyxia Study Start

2014 Clinical Trials

75. Trial of Therapeutic Horseback Riding in Children and Adolescents With Autism Spectrum Disorder

: One month pre-intervention, weekly for 10 weeks during intervention, and one month post intervention, and 6 months post intervention ] Subjects in the THR group will have greater improvement on communication, as measured by blinded speech therapist assessment using the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test and the Systematic Analysis of Language Transcripts, as well as by parent interview utilizing the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales-II communication subscale, than the control group. Change (...) the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test and the Systematic Analysis of Language Transcripts, as well as by parent interview utilizing the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales-II communication subscale. Eligibility Criteria Go to Information from the National Library of Medicine Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study. To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research

2014 Clinical Trials

76. Status Epilepticus (Overview)

screening and anticonvulsant drug levels Arterial blood gas results Other tests that may be appropriate depending on the clinical setting include the following: Electroencephalography: Criterion standard for diagnosing status epilepticus [ , ] ; however, neurologic consultation is usually required Blood cultures Urinalysis and/or cerebrospinal fluid analysis Imaging studies Imaging modalities used to evaluate status epilepticus may include the following: CT scanning and/or MRI of the brain Chest (...) subdividing it into type I (nonprogressive) and type II (progressive). Type I epilepsy partialis continua features include the following: Intermittent, semi-rhythmic, involuntary twitching involving a discrete subset of muscles Most commonly affects the face and ipsilateral distal hand musculature Myoclonus of this variety may evolve into partial or generalized convulsion Type II epilepsy partialis continua features include the following: Usually linked with Rasmussen encephalitis Gradual loss

2014 eMedicine.com

77. Focal Status Epilepticus (Overview)

screening and anticonvulsant drug levels Arterial blood gas results Other tests that may be appropriate depending on the clinical setting include the following: Electroencephalography: Criterion standard for diagnosing status epilepticus [ , ] ; however, neurologic consultation is usually required Blood cultures Urinalysis and/or cerebrospinal fluid analysis Imaging studies Imaging modalities used to evaluate status epilepticus may include the following: CT scanning and/or MRI of the brain Chest (...) subdividing it into type I (nonprogressive) and type II (progressive). Type I epilepsy partialis continua features include the following: Intermittent, semi-rhythmic, involuntary twitching involving a discrete subset of muscles Most commonly affects the face and ipsilateral distal hand musculature Myoclonus of this variety may evolve into partial or generalized convulsion Type II epilepsy partialis continua features include the following: Usually linked with Rasmussen encephalitis Gradual loss

2014 eMedicine.com

78. Autistic Spectrum Disorders (Overview)

fill out the Autism Screening Checklist can identify children who merit further assessment for possible autism. See the image below for a printable version of the checklist. The significance of answers to individual Autism Screening Checklist items is as follows: Item 1- A "yes" occurs in healthy children and children with some pervasive developmental disorders; a "no" occurs in children with autism, Rett syndrome, and other developmental disorders. Item 2 - A "yes" occurs in healthy children (...) -by-case basis. (See Treatment.) Practice guidelines The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry's practice guidelines for the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with ASD include the following recommendations: [ , ] Questions about core symptoms of ASD should be a routine part of psychiatric and developmental assessments of young children. If screening reveals significant ASD symptomatology, a thorough evaluation should be performed and possible comorbid diagnoses should

2014 eMedicine.com

79. Status Epilepticus (Diagnosis)

screening and anticonvulsant drug levels Arterial blood gas results Other tests that may be appropriate depending on the clinical setting include the following: Electroencephalography: Criterion standard for diagnosing status epilepticus [ , ] ; however, neurologic consultation is usually required Blood cultures Urinalysis and/or cerebrospinal fluid analysis Imaging studies Imaging modalities used to evaluate status epilepticus may include the following: CT scanning and/or MRI of the brain Chest (...) subdividing it into type I (nonprogressive) and type II (progressive). Type I epilepsy partialis continua features include the following: Intermittent, semi-rhythmic, involuntary twitching involving a discrete subset of muscles Most commonly affects the face and ipsilateral distal hand musculature Myoclonus of this variety may evolve into partial or generalized convulsion Type II epilepsy partialis continua features include the following: Usually linked with Rasmussen encephalitis Gradual loss

2014 eMedicine.com

80. Focal Status Epilepticus (Diagnosis)

screening and anticonvulsant drug levels Arterial blood gas results Other tests that may be appropriate depending on the clinical setting include the following: Electroencephalography: Criterion standard for diagnosing status epilepticus [ , ] ; however, neurologic consultation is usually required Blood cultures Urinalysis and/or cerebrospinal fluid analysis Imaging studies Imaging modalities used to evaluate status epilepticus may include the following: CT scanning and/or MRI of the brain Chest (...) subdividing it into type I (nonprogressive) and type II (progressive). Type I epilepsy partialis continua features include the following: Intermittent, semi-rhythmic, involuntary twitching involving a discrete subset of muscles Most commonly affects the face and ipsilateral distal hand musculature Myoclonus of this variety may evolve into partial or generalized convulsion Type II epilepsy partialis continua features include the following: Usually linked with Rasmussen encephalitis Gradual loss

2014 eMedicine.com

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