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12101. Is there any medical evidence that shows the reason why patients on warfarin are recommended to have their warfarin levels done after the influenza or pneumococcal vaccine?

Is there any medical evidence that shows the reason why patients on warfarin are recommended to have their warfarin levels done after the influenza or pneumococcal vaccine? Is there any medical evidence that shows the reason why patients on warfarin are recommended to have their warfarin levels done after the influenza or pneumococcal vaccine? - Trip Database or use your Google+ account Turning Research Into Practice ALL of these words: Title only Anywhere in the document ANY of these words (...) &As that have been generated over the years by various services Trip Database have run or been involved in. Trip are keen to retain this collection for a historical and research reasons. More results What is Trip? Trip is a clinical search engine designed to allow users to quickly and easily find and use high-quality research evidence to support their practice and/or care. Trip has been online since 1997 and in that time has developed into the internet’s premier source of evidence-based content. Our motto

2006 TRIP Answers

12102. Are there any medical conditions which would lead to un-explained episodes of hypothermia in a 4 year old child who is otherwise well?

, multiple trauma, pancreatitis, prolonged cardiac arrest, and uremia. Hypothermia may be related to drug administration; such medications include beta-blockers, clonidine, meperidine, neuroleptics, and general anesthetic agents. Ethanol, phenothiazines, and sedative-hypnotics also reduce the body’s ability to respond to low ambient temperatures.” An online book, Pediatric Emergency Medicine [2] has a long list of potential causes of hypothermia in children and infants (see URL below). References 1) 2 (...) Are there any medical conditions which would lead to un-explained episodes of hypothermia in a 4 year old child who is otherwise well? Are there any medical conditions which would lead to un-explained episodes of hypothermia in a 4 year old child who is otherwise well? - Trip Database or use your Google+ account Liberating the literature ALL of these words: Title only Anywhere in the document ANY of these words: Title only Anywhere in the document This EXACT phrase: Title only Anywhere

2008 TRIP Answers

12103. In children who are receiving routine vaccinations, is there any evidence that giving antipyretic medication reduces the immune response to the vaccine?

antipyretic medication reduces the immune response to the vaccine? We searched the TRIP and Medline databases and found no guidelines or studies that suggest antipyretic medication reduces the immune response to the vaccine. The CKS (PRODIGY) guidance on childhood immunisations, the Green Book (Immunisation Against Infectious Disease) and the NHS Immunisations websites [4] all advise giving an antipyretic, i.e. paracetamol or ibuprofen to children experiencing fever following vaccination: " Parents should (...) also be advised: To give a dose of paracetamol or ibuprofen if fever develops, and keep the child cool by removing excessive clothing and bedding. If fever persists after a second dose, they should seek medical advice." [1] The Green Book discusses the management of vaccine-induced adverse events following immunisation in chapter 8. It states: " Fevers over 37.5¢ªC are common in children and are usually mild. Advice on the use and appropriate dose of paracetamol or ibuprofen liquid to prevent

2007 TRIP Answers

12104. What general vacines should HIV positive patients have and how effective are they?

are links to appropriate guidelines: The Green Book, Chapter 7, Immunisation of People with underlying medical Conditions. British HIV Association (2006) Immunisation guidelines for HIV-infected adults. Medical Foundation for AIDS & Sexual Health , HIV in Primary Care Answered 27 October 2008 Follow us: © 2019 Trip Database Ltd. company number 04316414. Trip is proud to be made in the UK. (...) What general vacines should HIV positive patients have and how effective are they? What general vacines should HIV positive patients have and how effective are they? - Trip Database or use your Google+ account Turning Research Into Practice ALL of these words: Title only Anywhere in the document ANY of these words: Title only Anywhere in the document This EXACT phrase: Title only Anywhere in the document EXCLUDING words: Title only Anywhere in the document Timeframe: to: Combine searches

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12105. Medicinal Plant Use for Treating Inflammation Among Dominicans in New York City and the Dominican Republic

of this study is to determine medical plant knowledge and use among Dominican traditional healers and patients in New York City and in the Dominican Republic. This study will comprise two parts. In Part I, Dominican medicinal plant users and Dominican traditional healers in New York City will be questioned about the medicinal plant species they know and how they are used for prevalent illnesses. The same number of participants will be interviewed in the Dominican Republic, allowing for detailed comparisons (...) Measures : Identification of culturally important medicinal plants [ Time Frame: June 2010 ] 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

2005 Clinical Trials

12106. Return to Work After Hand Injury: the Role of Medical, Demographic and Psycho-Social Factors

research staff using the contacts provided below. For general information, Layout table for eligibility information Ages Eligible for Study: 18 Years to 60 Years (Adult) Sexes Eligible for Study: All Accepts Healthy Volunteers: No Sampling Method: Non-Probability Sample Study Population Individuals will be recruited from those referred to occupational therapy department at Soroka Medical Center. Criteria Inclusion Criteria: The individual worked until he/she was injured Traumatic hand injury including (...) Return to Work After Hand Injury: the Role of Medical, Demographic and Psycho-Social Factors Return to Work After Hand Injury: the Role of Medical, Demographic and Psycho-Social Factors - 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 (100). Please remove one or more

2008 Clinical Trials

12107. A Comparison of Primary Care and Traditional Internal Medicine Residents

of Primary Care and Traditional Internal Medicine Residents The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT00224224 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : September 22, 2005 Last Update Posted : April 3, 2008 Sponsor: Weill Medical College of Cornell University Information provided by: Weill (...) Medical College of Cornell University Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: The goal of this study is to identify objective differences between primary care and traditional medicine residents in clinical performance, continuity of care and utilization of resources. Specifically, this retrospective study will analyze the database collected by CLIMACS, the computer system at Cornell Internal Medicine Associates (CIMA). This system is used for clinical and administrative purposes

2005 Clinical Trials

12108. Bibliometric analysis of the American Journal of Veterinary Research to produce a list of core veterinary medicine journals Full Text available with Trip Pro

articles in zone 2, and 1,409 journals produced 7,422 cited articles in zone 3.A core collection of veterinary medicine journals would include 49 veterinary medicine journals from zones 1 and 2. Libraries supporting a veterinary curriculum or veterinary research should also include veterinary medical journals from Zone 3, as well as provide access to journals in non-veterinary subjects such as biochemistry, virology, orthopedics, and surgery and a selection of general science and medical journals. (...) of productivity to create a core list of journals most frequently used by veterinary medical researchers.The majority of items cited were journals (88.8%), followed by books (9.8%) and gray literature (2.1%). Current sources of information were favored; 65% of the journals and 77% of the books were published in 1990 or later. Dividing the cited articles into 3 even zones revealed that 24 journals produced 7,361 cited articles in the first zone. One hundred thirty-nine journals were responsible for 7,414 cited

2006 Journal of the Medical Library Association

12109. In a medical bookshop Full Text available with Trip Pro

In a medical bookshop 17263941 2007 07 31 2008 11 20 0960-1643 57 535 2007 Feb The British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners Br J Gen Pract In a medical bookshop. 161 Vernon Gervase G eng Journal Article England Br J Gen Pract 9005323 0960-1643 IM Attitude of Health Personnel Empathy Family Practice Humans Reference Books, Medical 2007 2 1 9 0 2007 8 1 9 0 2007 2 1 9 0 ppublish 17263941 PMC2034186

2007 The British Journal of General Practice

12110. Do patients’ expectations influence their use of medications?: Qualitative study Full Text available with Trip Pro

Do patients’ expectations influence their use of medications?: Qualitative study To investigate whether patients' expectations influence how they take their medications by looking at the expectations patients have of their medications and the factors that affect these expectations.Qualitative study using in-depth interviews and a grounded-theory approach.A large city in Ontario.A total of 18 community-dwelling adult patients taking medication for at least 6 months.Both purposive (...) and convenience sampling techniques were used. The initial strategy comprised stratified, maximum variation, and typical case sampling. The research team developed a semistructured interview guide after a preliminary review of the literature. Individual, face-to-face, in-depth interviews were conducted and audiotaped. At the end of the interviews, basic demographic information was collected. Interviewers were debriefed following each interview and their comments on relevant contextual information, general

2008 Canadian Family Physician

12111. Authorship, collaboration, and predictors of extramural funding in the emergency medicine literature. (Abstract)

Authorship, collaboration, and predictors of extramural funding in the emergency medicine literature. The objectives of the study were to examine the last decade of general emergency medicine (EM) literature published in the United States for trends with regard to authorship and multidisciplinary collaboration and to estimate the effect on extramural funding.Print articles published in the Academic Emergency Medicine, Annals of Emergency Medicine, Journal of Emergency Medicine, and American (...) Journal of Emergency Medicine between 1994 and 2003 were reviewed. Original research, case reports/series, and others (consensus/educational) were considered; abstracts, book reviews, and editorials were not. The author byline was reviewed for number, specialty, nationality, collaboration, and presence of extramural funding. Multidisciplinary collaboration was defined as authors from 2 or more specialties, whereas multi-institutional collaboration was defined as EM authors from more than one

2008 American Journal of Emergency Medicine

12112. The European Union of Medical Specialties core training curriculum in infectious diseases: overview of national systems and distribution of specialists. Full Text available with Trip Pro

and collaboration between them has been initiated. The increased movement of medical staff within Europe will place greater demands on those responsible for training, monitoring and quality assurance. The Board and Section of Infectious Diseases have established core training programmes with a generic logbook to assist those countries without a written curriculum or record book and facilitate the development of common standards of training. The duration of training varies across Europe; 4 years is the UEMS (...) standard, or longer if the training is combined with general internal medicine. The numbers of infection specialists (infectious diseases and microbiology) per million population show considerable variation. The UEMS Sections have recognised the importance of working closely with European specialist societies involved with training. The Section for Infectious Diseases has, in partnership with the ESCMID, established a Board for the accreditation of continuing medical education/continuing professional

2005 Clinical Microbiology and Infection

12113. Oral medicine -- update for the dental practitioner: dry mouth and disorders of salivation. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Oral medicine -- update for the dental practitioner: dry mouth and disorders of salivation. This series provides an overview of current thinking in the more relevant areas of oral medicine for primary care practitioners, written by the authors while they were holding the Presidencies of the European Association for Oral Medicine and the British Society for Oral Medicine, respectively. A book containing additional material will be published. The series gives the detail necessary to assist (...) the primary dental clinical team caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in general dental practice. Space precludes inclusion of illustrations of uncommon or rare disorders, or discussion of disorders affecting the hard tissues. Approaching the subject mainly by the symptomatic approach -- as it largely relates to the presenting complaint -- was considered to be a more helpful approach for GDPs rather than taking a diagnostic category approach. The clinical aspects of the relevant

2005 British Dental Journal

12114. Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner: oral malodour. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner: oral malodour. This series provides an overview of current thinking in the more relevant areas of oral medicine for primary care practitioners, written by the authors while they were holding the Presidencies of the European Association for Oral Medicine and the British Society for Oral Medicine, respectively. A book containing additional material will be published. The series gives the detail necessary to assist the primary dental clinical team (...) caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in general dental practice. Space precludes inclusion of illustrations of uncommon or rare disorders, or discussion of disorders affecting the hard tissues. Approaching the subject mainly by the symptomatic approach--as it largely relates to the presenting complaint--was considered to be a more helpful approach for GDPs rather than taking a diagnostic category approach. The clinical aspects of the relevant disorders are discussed, including

2005 British Dental Journal

12115. Oral Medicine--update for the dental practitioner: oral white patches. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Oral Medicine--update for the dental practitioner: oral white patches. This series provides an overview of current thinking in the more relevant areas of oral medicine for primary care practitioners, written by the authors while they were holding the Presidencies of the European Association for Oral Medicine and the British Society for Oral Medicine, respectively. A book containing additional material will be published. The series gives the detail necessary to assist the primary dental clinical (...) team caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in general dental practice. Space precludes inclusion of illustrations of uncommon or rare disorders, or discussion of disorders affecting the hard tissues. Approaching the subject mainly by the symptomatic approach--as it largely relates to the presenting complaint--was considered to be a more helpful approach for GDPs rather than taking a diagnostic category approach. The clinical aspects of the relevant disorders are discussed

2005 British Dental Journal

12116. Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner: red and pigmented lesions. (Abstract)

Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner: red and pigmented lesions. This series provides an overview of current thinking in the more relevant areas of oral medicine for primary care practitioners, written by the authors while they were holding the Presidencies of the European Association for Oral Medicine and the British Society for Oral Medicine, respectively. A book containing additional material will be published. The series gives the detail necessary to assist the primary dental (...) clinical team caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in general dental practice. Space precludes inclusion of illustrations of uncommon or rare disorders, or discussion of disorders affecting the hard tissues. Approaching the subject mainly by the symptomatic approach--as it largely relates to the presenting complaint--was considered to be a more helpful approach for GDPs rather than taking a diagnostic category approach. The clinical aspects of the relevant disorders are discussed

2005 British Dental Journal

12117. Oral medicine -- update for the dental practitioner. Disorders of orofacial sensation and movement. (Abstract)

Oral medicine -- update for the dental practitioner. Disorders of orofacial sensation and movement. This series provides an overview of current thinking in the more relevant areas of oral medicine for primary care practitioners, written by the authors while they were holding the Presidencies of the European Association for Oral Medicine and the British Society for Oral Medicine, respectively. A book containing additional material will be published. The series gives the detail necessary (...) to assist the primary dental clinical team caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in general dental practice. Space precludes inclusion of illustrations of uncommon or rare disorders, or discussion of disorders affecting the hard tissues. Approaching the subject mainly by the symptomatic approach -- as it largely relates to the presenting complaint -- was considered to be a more helpful approach for GDPs rather than taking a diagnostic category approach. The clinical aspects

2005 British Dental Journal

12118. Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner lumps and swellings. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner lumps and swellings. This series provides an overview of current thinking in the more relevant areas of oral medicine for primary care practitioners, written by the authors while they were holding the Presidencies of the European Association for Oral Medicine and the British Society for Oral Medicine, respectively. A book containing additional material will be published. The series gives the detail necessary to assist the primary dental clinical (...) team caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in general dental practice. Space precludes inclusion of illustrations of uncommon or rare disorders, or discussion of disorders affecting the hard tissues. Approaching the subject mainly by the symptomatic approach--as it largely relates to the presenting complaint--was considered to be a more helpful approach for GDPs rather than taking a diagnostic category approach. The clinical aspects of the relevant disorders are discussed

2005 British Dental Journal

12119. Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner oral cancer. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner oral cancer. This series provides an overview of current thinking in the more relevant areas of oral medicine for primary care practitioners, written by the authors while they were holding the Presidencies of the European Association for Oral Medicine and the British Society for Oral Medicine, respectively. A book containing additional material will be published. The series gives the detail necessary to assist the primary dental clinical team (...) caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in general dental practice. Space precludes inclusion of illustrations of uncommon or rare disorders, or discussion of disorders affecting the hard tissues. Approaching the subject mainly by the symptomatic approach--as it largely relates to the presenting complaint--was considered to be a more helpful approach for GDPs rather than taking a diagnostic category approach. The clinical aspects of the relevant disorders are discussed, including

2006 British Dental Journal

12120. Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner orofacial pain. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Oral medicine--update for the dental practitioner orofacial pain. This series provides an overview of current thinking in the more relevant areas of oral medicine for primary care practitioners, written by the authors while they were holding the Presidencies of the European Association for Oral Medicine and the British Society for Oral Medicine, respectively. A book containing additional material will be published. The series gives the detail necessary to assist the primary dental clinical team (...) caring for patients with oral complaints that may be seen in general dental practice. Space precludes inclusion of illustrations of uncommon or rare disorders, or discussion of disorders affecting the hard tissues. Approaching the subject mainly by the symptomatic approach--as it largely relates to the presenting complaint--was considered to be a more helpful approach for GDPs rather than taking a diagnostic category approach. The clinical aspects of the relevant disorders are discussed, including

2006 British Dental Journal

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