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12561. OMERACT 6 Economics Working Group report: a proposal for a reference case for economic evaluation in rheumatoid arthritis. (Abstract)

OMERACT 6 Economics Working Group report: a proposal for a reference case for economic evaluation in rheumatoid arthritis. Standardization of methods for economic evaluation is essential for defining the methodological research agenda that will advance the discipline. Standardization also greatly facilitates the interpretation and comparison of the results of economic analyses. For these reasons, several jurisdictions now require economic evaluation, conducted according to standardized

2003 Journal of Rheumatology

12562. Gregor Mendel, OSA (1822-1884), founder of scientific genetics. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Gregor Mendel, OSA (1822-1884), founder of scientific genetics. Gregor Mendel, an Augustinian monk and part-time school teacher, undertook a series of brilliant hybridisation experiments with garden peas between 1857 and 1864 in the monastery gardens and, using statistical methods for the first time in biology, established the laws of heredity, thereby establishing the discipline of genetics.

2003 Archives of Disease in Childhood. Fetal and Neonatal Edition

12563. The development of pediatric nephrology. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The development of pediatric nephrology. Pediatric nephrology, as a discipline, arose from descriptive studies of childhood glomerulonephritis in Europe and the field of pediatric metabolism in the United States. While pediatric scientists before 1950 were concerned with fluid and electrolyte metabolism, regulation of intracellular and extracellular fluid, acid-base homeostasis, and parenteral fluid therapy, the defined field of nephrology developed after the Second World War around six major (...) nephrology, ongoing patient care needs, and its technical aspects - renal biopsy, dialysis and transplantation - assure its continuing future as a major pediatric discipline on all continents.

2002 Pediatric Research

12564. Child neurology in the 20th century. Full Text available with Trip Pro

scientific foundation. Like other pediatric disciplines, child neurology evolved into a distinct clinical and scientific specialty early in the 20th century. Remarkable advances in the neurosciences, particularly in the fields of genetics, molecular biology, metabolism, immunology and nutrition, have greatly advanced our understanding of how the brain develops and responds to environmental influences. Advances in neuroimaging, electroencephalography, electromyography, muscle histology, biochemistry

2003 Pediatric Research

12565. History of academic general and ambulatory pediatrics. (Abstract)

to remedy this deficiency. The sciences basic to general pediatrics research include epidemiology, biostatistics, and the behavioral sciences. In addition, general pediatrics research often borrows from other sciences and collaborates with investigators in other disciplines. Partnerships between general pediatrics divisions and practicing pediatricians for teaching and research, e.g. the Community Education in Community Settings program, provides a realistic educational program for future pediatricians (...) . The Pediatric Research in Office Setting network is another important vehicle for translation of research into the practice of general pediatrics. The steady growth of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association over the past four decades is testimony to the creativity, adaptability, and verve that has characterized the discipline of general pediatrics.

2003 Pediatric Research

12566. Guidelines for the prevention of intravascular catheter-related infections. The Hospital Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee, Center for Disese Control and Prevention, u.s. (Abstract)

the disciplines of critical care medicine, infectious diseases, health-care infection control, surgery, anesthesiology, interventional radiology, pulmonary medicine, pediatric medicine, and nursing. The working group was led by the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), in collaboration with the Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA), Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA), Surgical Infection Society (SIS), American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP), American Thoracic Society (ATS

2002 Pediatrics

12567. Family pediatrics: report of the Task Force on the Family. (Abstract)

by other disciplines. The task force found that a great deal is known about family functioning and family circumstances that affect children. With this knowledge, it is possible to provide pediatric care in a way that promotes successful families and good outcomes for children. The task force refers to that type of care as "family-oriented care" or "family pediatrics" and strongly endorses policies and practices that promote the adoption of this 2-generational approach as a hallmark of pediatrics

2003 Pediatrics

12568. Child disobedience and noncompliance: a review. (Abstract)

problems. Antecedents of noncompliance including parental discipline techniques and child characteristics are reviewed. Parent training programs designed to reduce noncompliance are described, and the effectiveness of such programs is examined.

2003 Pediatrics

12569. Emergency medicine in South Africa: a personal perspective. (Abstract)

the system in South Africa has been defined as "underdeveloped," efforts are underway to establish Emergency Medicine as a separate, independent discipline. Some of the differences in medical education, postgraduate training, and disease prevalence are highlighted. A significant number of South Africans use the services of traditional healers, and a brief review of their services is included.

2003 Journal of Emergency Medicine

12570. Creating the model of a clinical practice: the case of emergency medicine. (Abstract)

to develop it with the belief that other medical disciplines that face similar issues and challenges could benefit from a similar undertaking.

2003 Academic Emergency Medicine

12571. Diagnosis clusters for emergency medicine. (Abstract)

Diagnosis clusters for emergency medicine. Aggregated emergency department (ED) data are useful for research, ED operations, and public health surveillance. Diagnosis data are widely available as The International Classification of Diseases, version, 9, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) codes; however, there are over 24,000 ICD-9-CM code-descriptor pairs. Standardized groupings (clusters) of ICD-9-CM codes have been developed by other disciplines, including family medicine (FM), internal

2003 Academic Emergency Medicine

12572. Careers of graduates of combined emergency medicine/internal medicine programs. (Abstract)

Careers of graduates of combined emergency medicine/internal medicine programs. In 1991, the American Boards of Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine changed their credentialing requirements to recognize training common to both disciplines. This allowed the formation of a five-year track for dual board eligibility. From 1995 to 1998, 28 physicians graduated from eight emergency medicine/internal medicine (EM/IM) programs. This study was an analysis of career outcomes of these graduates.To

2002 Academic Emergency Medicine

12573. Roller skating--is it a dangerous sport? Full Text available with Trip Pro

discipline, instruction classes and safety publicity should be helpful in minimising accidents.

1987 British Journal of Sports Medicine

12574. A comparative study of the metabolic effort expended by horse riders during a jumping competition. Full Text available with Trip Pro

A comparative study of the metabolic effort expended by horse riders during a jumping competition. The three main Olympic horse riding disciplines are dressage, jumping, and three-day eventing (including dressage, cross country and jumping). In the jumping discipline (obstacle race), the 'team' (horse rider) is judged under the different conditions that might take place in a varied run. The horse is expected to show power and ability; the rider must show riding skill and good physical condition

1992 British Journal of Sports Medicine

12575. Prevention of soccer injuries. Supervision by doctor and physiotherapist. (Abstract)

of optimum equipment; (3) prophylactic ankle taping; (4) controlled rehabilitation; (5) exclusion of players with grave knee instability; (6) information about the importance of disciplined play and the increased risk of injury at training camps; and (7) correction and supervision by doctor(s) and physiotherapist(s). The injuries in the test teams were 75% fewer than in the controls. The most common types of soccer injuries, sprains and strains to ankles and knees, were all significantly reduced

1983 American Journal of Sports Medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

12576. Tournament water skiing trauma. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Tournament water skiing trauma. Tournament water skiing is an increasingly popular and internationally successful sport in Great Britain, despite the climate. The kinematics and injury patterns of the three disciplines will be unfamiliar to most clinicians and are described, with estimation of the stresses. Advances in equipment over the last 15 years have reduced the risk of severe injury in the tricks event, while high speed impacts are responsible for the majority of trauma in slalom

1996 British Journal of Sports Medicine

12577. "Living high and training low" can improve sea level performance in endurance athletes Full Text available with Trip Pro

Studies as Topic Female Hemodynamics physiology Humans Male Norway Oxygen Consumption Physical Endurance physiology Running physiology NASA Discipline Cardiopulmonary Non-NASA Center Blomqvist C G CG U TX SW Med Ctr, Dallas 1999 6 23 1999 6 23 0 1 1999 6 23 0 0 ppublish 10378061 PMC1756165 J Appl Physiol (1985). 1997 Jul;83(1):102-12 9216951 J Appl Physiol (1985). 1998 Oct;85(4):1448-56 9760340 J Appl Physiol (1985). 1998 Apr;84(4):1242-51 9516190

1999 British Journal of Sports Medicine

12578. Injuries to riders in the cross country phase of eventing: the importance of protective equipment Full Text available with Trip Pro

Injuries to riders in the cross country phase of eventing: the importance of protective equipment To determine the distribution of injuries in the eventing discipline of equestrian sports and the effectiveness of the protective equipment worn.Data on all injuries sustained in the cross country phase over fixed obstacles were collected from 54 days of competition from 1992 to 1997. This involved 16,940 rides.Data on a total of 193 injuries were collected, which included two deaths

1999 British Journal of Sports Medicine

12579. Organisation of safety measures in an Alpine World Junior Championship Full Text available with Trip Pro

in girls. The overall injury rate was 4 per 1000 runs. An injury rate of 8.3 per 1000 runs was recorded in the downhill. One skier had a possibly severe injury (ISS = 14) in the downhill; the rest of the injuries were minor (ISS = 1). The mean ISS was 4.3 and the total ISS was 17.A significantly higher injury rate was recorded for young female than young male racers. The injury rate was significantly higher in downhill than the other alpine disciplines in the Alpine World Junior Championship

2001 British Journal of Sports Medicine

12580. Magnetic resonance imaging findings of the lumbar spine in elite horseback riders: correlations with back pain, body mass index, trunk/leg-length coefficient, and riding discipline. (Abstract)

Magnetic resonance imaging findings of the lumbar spine in elite horseback riders: correlations with back pain, body mass index, trunk/leg-length coefficient, and riding discipline. Most orthopaedic problems experienced by competitive horseback riders are related to pain in the lower back, hip joint, and hamstring muscles. Riders-especially, show jumpers-are frequently hampered in their performance because of lumbar pain. To date, there has been no research into lumbar disk degeneration (...) the 2 groups was compared, and the relationship was investigated between low back pain (LBP), riding discipline, body mass index (BMI), trunk/leg-length coefficient, and MRI results.Eighty-eight percent of elite riders (n = 51) had a history of LBP, versus 33% of the controls (P < .05). There was no statistical difference for the prevalence of LBP among the different riding disciplines. However, there was a high rate of pathologic T2 signal intensity of the lumbar intervertebral disk among riders

2009 American Journal of Sports Medicine

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