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12541. Global herbal medicine: a critique. Full Text available with Trip Pro

and ecologies that underpin the discipline must be made a clear priority. We argue that local cultural traditions are clearly at odds with a globalizing herbal industry.

2003 Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

12542. Alternative, complementary, and conventional medicine: is integration upon us? (Abstract)

degree of integration will occur throughout much of the United States. Similar processes are occurring in Canada, Europe, and Australia, and indeed within middle and upper level socioeconomic strata worldwide. This paper identifies potential barriers and facilitators to potential integration, of medical disciplines and argues for an accessible, multidisciplinary and evidence-based, yet humanistic and patient-oriented approach.

2003 Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

12543. Complementary and alternative medicine in mainstream public health: a role for research in fostering integration. (Abstract)

that this may be best achieved through a three-tiered system in which (1) clinician-scientists of both mainstream and alternative disciplines recognize the value of research designed to foster such integration; (2) educational and health care institutions must develop academic and clinical training programs that examine and delineate each disciplines' respective strengths and weaknesses; and (3) such programs are attractive to, and receive continued extramural subsidy. In the broadest sense

2003 Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

12544. The bioinformatics of psychosocial genomics in alternative and complementary medicine. (Abstract)

The bioinformatics of psychosocial genomics in alternative and complementary medicine. The bioinformatics of alternative and complementary medicine is outlined in 3 hypotheses that extend the molecular-genomic revolution initiated by Watson and Crick 50 years ago to include psychology in the new discipline of psychosocial and cultural genomics. Stress-induced changes in the alternative splicing of genes demonstrate how psychosomatic stress in humans modulates activity-dependent gene expression

2003 Forschende Komplementärmedizin und klassische Naturheilkunde

12545. Greening healthcare: practicing as if the natural environment really mattered. (Abstract)

conducted from June 2001 through March 2002.Keywords used included health, well-being stress, attention, nature, garden, landscape, restorative, and healing. The literature, published between 1960 and 2001, came from various disciplines, including medicine, public health, nursing psychology, natural resources, history, and landscape architecture. Four components of well-being were used as a framework for literature selection: physical psychological-emotional social, and spiritual.Articles were

2002 Alternative Therapies in Health & Medicine

12546. Preparing complementary and alternative practitioners to teach learners in conventional health professions. (Abstract)

Preparing complementary and alternative practitioners to teach learners in conventional health professions. Federal funding is supporting complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) educational programming in health-professions schools in the United States. CAM practitioners from a wide range of disciplines are now being invited to participate as instructors or content experts in this effort. The challenge is to promote effective and consistent teaching methods around appropriate content

2002 Alternative Therapies in Health & Medicine

12547. Aesthetics and reconstruction--seeing before cutting. (Abstract)

Aesthetics and reconstruction--seeing before cutting. In order to restore a specific form during aesthetic surgery it is self-evident that the surgeon needs to know the form exists. But more than this simple form restoration, the development of aesthetic restoration suggests a specific restoration in the context of the whole form. Developing a disciplined method of visualizing the problem is the first step toward being able to start an aesthetic sense or eye. Careful study of master artists

2003 Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery

12548. What is nonablative photorejuvenation of human skin? Full Text available with Trip Pro

What is nonablative photorejuvenation of human skin? Nonablative photorejuvenation has become an integral procedure in the emerging discipline of laser dermatologic surgery. The objective is to confine selectively, without any epidermal damage, thermal injury to the papillary, and upper reticular dermis leading to fibroblast activation and synthesis of new collagen and extracellular matrix material. The procedure results in minimal patient morbidity, no interference with lifestyle, and a low

2002 Seminars in Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery

12549. Hohenheimer Consensus Talk. Oxidative and premature skin ageing. (Abstract)

Hohenheimer Consensus Talk. Oxidative and premature skin ageing. To elucidate the scientific state of the art with respect to the role of nutrition in skin ageing, nine experts from different disciplines discussed the role of micronutrients on 'oxidative and premature skin ageing'. In this 25th Hohenheim Consensus Meeting, 13 questions were discussed and, based on published valid data, answered by mutual agreement. The consensus answers achieved during the meeting are justified by a scientific

2003 Experimental Dermatology

12550. Molecular and cellular interface between behavior and acute coronary syndromes. (Abstract)

Molecular and cellular interface between behavior and acute coronary syndromes. This review article integrates empirical findings from various scientific disciplines into a proposed psychoneuroimmunological (PNI) model of the acute coronary syndrome (ACS). Our starting point is an existing, mild, atherosclerotic plaque and a dysfunctional endothelium. The ACS is triggered by three stages. (1) Plaque instability: Pro-inflammatory cytokines (IL-1, IL-6, TNF-alpha) and chemoattractants (MCP-1, IL

2002 Cardiovascular Research

12551. A prospective evaluation of the incidence of complications associated with Mohs micrographic surgery. (Abstract)

. The types of complications seen in our patients were identical to those seen in hospitalized patients described in previous studies. Our complication rates were equal to or lower than the published complication rates from specialists in other surgical disciplines.

2003 Archives of Dermatology

12552. Think clearly, be sincere, act calmly: Adolf Kussmaul (February 22, 1822-May 28, 1902) and his relevance to medicine in the 21st century. (Abstract)

, and to gastroenterologists, he is in many ways-through the development of the gastric pump and the first gastroscope-the father of modern gastroenterology. His reputation as an excellent teacher, his compassion for his patients, and his ability as a clinician scientist led him to be regarded as a giant of 19th century medicine. Kussmaul's life and career, dedicated foremost to reducing human suffering and advancing medicine as a scientific discipline with a strong humanistic foundation, make him a role model

2003 Current Opinion in Rheumatology

12553. Long-term care of the tracheostomy patient. (Abstract)

the collaborative care of several disciplines directed by the specialist. To effectively care for these challenging patients, it is critical for the physician who performs tracheostomy to be aware of the new caregiving role that is now theirs.

2003 Clinics in Chest Medicine

12554. Recurrent urinary tract infection in the female. (Abstract)

therapy. In the future, vaccines against specific uropathogenic bacteria may be useful in urinary tract infection prophylaxis.More research is required, by all medical disciplines, on various aspects of urinary tract infection.

2002 Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology

12555. Champ Lyons: an incomplete life. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Champ Lyons: an incomplete life. The life of Champ Lyons, MD, is presented, with emphasis on his tenure as Chairman of the Department of Surgery of the Medical College of Alabama (University of Alabama in Birmingham School of Medicine) from 1950 until 1965. Before becoming chairman Dr. Lyons, as an esteemed microbiologist, participated in the early use of penicillin in wounded servicemen during World War II. Later in his career, he made many contributions to the emerging disciplines of vascular

2003 Annals of Surgery

12556. Surgical adverse events, risk management, and malpractice outcome: morbidity and mortality review is not enough. Full Text available with Trip Pro

or disciplines and result from multiple failures. Indemnity costs per hospital day vary dramatically by patient care center (range $3.60-97.60 US dollars a day). The regionalization of healthcare is in jeopardy from the burden of high indemnity payments.

2003 Annals of Surgery

12557. Integrated fellowship in vascular surgery and intervention radiology: a new paradigm in vascular training. Full Text available with Trip Pro

program. Vascular surgery and interventional radiology faculty members wanted additional training in clinical vascular surgery for the radiology-based fellows. With the exception of the radiology fellows there was uniform agreement that vascular surgery fellows benefit from training in nonvascular aspects of interventional radiology.Integration of vascular surgery and interventional radiology fellowships is feasible and is mutually beneficial to both disciplines. Furthermore, the integrated fellowship

2002 Annals of Surgery

12558. Pulmonary arterial hypertension in children. (Abstract)

World Symposium, clinical scientists from around the world gathered to review and discuss the future of pulmonary arterial hypertension. Bringing together experts from a variety of disciplines provided the opportunity for a better understanding of the pathology, pathobiology, risk factors, genetics, diagnosis and treatment for pulmonary arterial hypertension. Remarkable progress has been made in the field of pulmonary arterial hypertension over the past several decades. The pathology is now better

2003 European Respiratory Journal

12559. Overview of large database analysis in renal transplantation. (Abstract)

Overview of large database analysis in renal transplantation. The discipline of renal transplantation has been fortunate in having one of the largest and most complete databases of any field of medical inquiry. Many analyses have been performed utilizing these databases and a wide array of views regarding the role and limitations of these analyses exists. In this manuscript, we hope to present the merits and limitations of large database analysis in renal transplantation. In addition, we

2003 American Journal of Transplantation

12560. Are subjects satisfied with the informed consent process? A survey of research participants. (Abstract)

Are subjects satisfied with the informed consent process? A survey of research participants. Letters of information (LOI) for clinical trials are becoming longer and more complicated. We investigated patients' perspectives of their ability to understand the information presented during a clinical trial. Satisfaction with and motivation for participation in clinical trials were also ascertained. Perceptions from various treatment disciplines were compared.Participants were chosen from 14

2003 Journal of Rheumatology

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