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41. Ankle sprain as a work-related accident: status of proprioception after 2 weeks (PubMed)

undergone an ankle sprain due to a work-related accident comprised the cases group. The following stability tests were undertaken to both the healthy and injuried feet using a force plate: Monopodal Romberg test with eyes open, Monopodal Romberg test with eyes open on a 30 mm thick foam rubber, Monopodal Romberg test with eyes closed, and Romberg test as monopodal support with eyes closed on a 30 mm thick foam rubber. A multiple logistic regression analysis was performed. From the results (...) Ankle sprain as a work-related accident: status of proprioception after 2 weeks This study aims at verifying whether proprioception is abnormal or not, two weeks after a grade 1 and 2 ankle sprain in the scope of work-related accident.A descriptive, observation and transversal study was designed to compare speed, movement and oscilation of centre of pressure in employees of companies signed up to a mutual company. Participants' healthy feet comprised the control group, and feet that had

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2017 PeerJ

42. The Evidence Base for Interventions Targeting Individuals With Work-Related PTSD: A Systematic Review and Recommendations. (PubMed)

The Evidence Base for Interventions Targeting Individuals With Work-Related PTSD: A Systematic Review and Recommendations. The purpose of this study was to summarize the evidence base for interventions targeting individuals with work-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), to make recommendations for clinicians and administrative decision makers involved in their rehabilitation, and to guide future research in this area. Particular attention was given to studies that were conducted (...) in naturalistic clinical settings or in a workers' compensation claim context. Electronic searches of Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, MEDLINE, PubMed, PsycINFO, CINAHL, PILOTS, and EMBASE identified 11 articles. Study populations included railroad personnel, police officers, disaster workers, and individuals with industrial injuries. Interventions included trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. Several studies specifically targeted

2017 Behavior modification

43. NephroCheck test to help assess the risk of acute kidney injury in critically ill patients

vidence summarised in this briefing are from 3 validation and diagnostic accuracy studies (n=1,262) and 2 randomised controlled trials (n=397). The evidence suggests that an increase in urinary TIMP2 and IGFBP7 in the critically ill may be a predictor of acute kidney injury risk. K Ke ey uncertainty y uncertainty is that there are no studies comparing NephroCheck-guided implementation of preventive care with standard NHS practice. The cost cost of a NephroCheck test cartridge is £49.80 (excluding VAT (...) NephroCheck test to help assess the risk of acute kidney injury in critically ill patients NephroCheck test to help assess the risk of acute NephroCheck test to help assess the risk of acute kidne kidney injury in critically ill patients y injury in critically ill patients Medtech innovation briefing Published: 24 August 2018 nice.org.uk/guidance/mib156 pathways Summary Summary The technology technology described in this briefing is the NephroCheck (including VITROS NephroCheck) test

2018 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Advice

44. Alcohol related brain injury (ARBI). A guide for general practitioners and other health workers

-motor problems (impaired eye-hand coordination and perception-related tasks). Assessment Psychometric assessment by a registered psychologist can help in determining the nature and extent of the ARBI symptoms and how they may impact on daily functioning and treatment. ARBI refers to the physiological and biochemical changes in the brain associated with regular, prolonged and excessive use of alcohol. Injury to the brain is caused by thiamine deficiency due to poor nutrition and alcohol-related (...) Alcohol related brain injury (ARBI). A guide for general practitioners and other health workers Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia Alcohol Related Brain Injury (ARBI) A guide for general practitioners and other health workers The assessment needs to occur at least six weeks after alcohol withdrawal in the context of abstinence and proper nutrition. Repeat assessment at three months is recommended, as significant recovery in functioning can occur during this time and up to 12 months after

2014 Clinical Practice Guidelines Portal

45. Eye Injury

Evaluation in Trauma From Related Chapters II. Epidemiology : 500,000 eye injuries per year in United States Males represent 80% of eye injuries, typically in their later 20s Two thirds of eye injuries are related to hammering III. Types: Common Eye Injuries or l IV. History Type of work being performed at time of injury? Tools being used (e.g. high velocity power tool, hammering)? Working with metal or wood? Wearing at the time of the injury? Baseline ? Glasses or contacts use (and are contacts (...) is a major cause of Eye Injury (use !) XII. References Jhun and Swaminathan in Herbert (2015) EM:Rap 15(6):12-13 Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Eye Injury." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Ontology: Eye Injuries (C0015408) Definition (MEDLINEPLUS) The structure of your face helps protect your eyes from injury. Still, injuries

2018 FP Notebook

46. Cyanoacrylate Eye Injury

Cyanoacrylate Eye Injury Aka: Cyanoacrylate Eye Injury , Superglue Eye Injury From Related Chapters II. Cause Cyanoacrylate adhesives (Superglue) to eyes and lids III. Management Lids or eyelashes are glued shut Use K-Y gel on scissors and cut eyelashes Try to mechanically remove loose glue Avoid solvent use Referral to Ophthalmology Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Cyanoacrylate Eye Injury." Click on the image (or right (...) Cyanoacrylate Eye Injury Cyanoacrylate Eye Injury Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Cyanoacrylate Eye Injury

2018 FP Notebook

47. Chemical Eye Injury

: Chemical Eye Injury , Eye Chemical Burn , Ocular Chemical Burn From Related Chapters II. Causes Strong acids and bases III. Epidemiology Common Also occurs with home cleaning products (e.g. bleach) IV. Risk Factors: Most eye damaging agents Strong bases/alkali such as bleach (pH > 10, associated with worse outcomes) Hydrofluoric acid (semiconductor production) V. Pathophysiology Damage to and l Ischemia may result from adjacent injury to l or l vessels VI. Symptoms Severe Photophobia Blurred vision (...) . Tobradex) Consider agent (e.g. or , Scopolamine 0.25%) Disposition Recheck within 24 hours Indications for emergent or urgent ophthalmology referral Strong alkali or acid burn Abnormal Severe Marked l swelling or l epithelial defect ( uptake) Cloudy ( , Roper-Hall Grades 2-4) XII. Prognosis Best prognosis with early copious irrigation and Grade 1-2 injuries XIII. Resources Toxic Substances and Disease Registry XIV. References Trobe (2013) Physicians Guide to Eye Care, p. 89-92 Images: Related links

2018 FP Notebook

48. Eye Injury in Sports

Aka: Eye Injury in Sports , Sports Related Eye Injury From Related Chapters II. Sports with high risk of Eye Injury Basketball (most common cause ages 15-64) Baseball (most common cause age <15 years) Water polo Hockey ball Fencing Wrestling Racquet sports Squash (ball speed 140 MPH) Badminton (ball speed 135 MPH) Racquetball and Tennis (ball speed 110 MPH) III. Sports with low risk of Eye Injury Track and field Swimming Gymnastics Cycling IV. Types of Eye Injury in Sports Orbital blowout Lid s (...) Requires ophthalmology exam and clearance Eye must be pain free with return of required No ocular anesthetics may be used to return to play IX. References Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Eye Injury in Sports." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Related Topics in Sports Medicine About FPnotebook.com is a rapid access, point

2018 FP Notebook

49. TearLab osmolarity system for diagnosing dry eye disease

, whereas grade 4 refers to severe and constant DED with potentially disabling symptoms. Severe symptoms can impair vision, limiting vision-related daily activities such as reading and driving. The complications of DED include conjunctivitis, keratitis (infection of the cornea) and corneal scarring. The condition is estimated to affect 15–33% of people aged over 65 years, and is about 50% more common in women than men (NICE clinical knowledge summary on dry eye syndrome; Lemp et al. 2012). DED is also (...) the risk of injury to the cornea. Osmolarity may differ between the left and right eye, so the manufacturer recommends that both eyes are tested and the higher osmolarity reading should be considered as the relevant value. Separate test cards are needed for each eye. The pen confirms when the test card is correctly attached and when the tear fluid sample has been properly collected. Once the pen is docked, the system reader then calculates and displays the osmolarity measurement in mOsm/litre

2015 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Advice

50. CRACKCast E022 – Red and Painful Eye

) Hyperthyroidism (enlarged ocular muscles) Orbital emphysema or inflammation (retained foreign body) What are the causes of enophthalmos? Contralateral proptosis Penetrating globe injury causing vitreous extrusion 2) How to differentiate between bacterial vs. viral conjunctivitis? Still NO good evidence exists to distinguish between the two Weak positive LR of 3.1 for bacterial IF Sticking eyelids in the AM plus mucoid/purulent discharge 3) What are the causes of Anisocoria? Previous eye trauma Globe injury (...) Afferent or efferent nerve dysfunction Ciliaris or iris paralysis Previous eye surgery (iridotomy) Synechiae from prior iritis Physiologic (up to 10% of the population) Medication related (drugs) Serious causes: Uveitis AACG This post was copyedited and uploaded by Michael Bravo ( ). 1. Marx J. Rosen’s Emergency Medicine – Concepts and Clinical Practice . Mosby; 2015. (Visited 2,356 times, 3 visits today) Adam Thomas CRACKCast Co-founder and newly minted FRCPC emergency physician from the University

2017 CandiEM

51. Wearing a patch after a scratch to the eye probably makes no difference to healing

the effectiveness of patching for large abrasions. Expert commentary Corneal abrasions are very common minor ocular injuries that can be exquisitely painful. Such abrasions may occur through a variety of accidents including in the workplace, sports injuries and daily activities and are common in children and patients within the working age group. Patients with corneal abrasions may present to a variety of health care professionals both in primary and secondary care settings. Health professionals are motivated (...) Surgeon, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital Related Signals Published 7 August 2018 Published 3 July 2018 Published 7 November 2017 Categories Tools Preview Based on NHS Choices Close Useful Links Related Sites Follow Us Get NIHR Signals by email Stay up to date with the latest health research through our monthly bulletin of new NIHR Signals. | | Powered by Insight Explorer / HaystackLabs © 2015. All Rights Reserved. Please enable JavaScript to view the

2019 NIHR Dissemination Centre

52. Evaluation of Short Term Use of Experimental Eye Drops BHVI2, 0.02% Atropine and BHVI2 Plus 0.02% Atropine Eye Drops

Ocular Effects of Experimental BHVI2 and 0.02% Atropine Eye Drops Either Alone or in Combination Actual Study Start Date : October 1, 2018 Actual Primary Completion Date : February 2, 2019 Estimated Study Completion Date : April 2019 Resource links provided by the National Library of Medicine related topics: available for: Arms and Interventions Go to Arm Intervention/treatment Active Comparator: Experimental BHVI2 eye drops 20 participants will receive one drop per eye every night for four weeks (...) trial visit schedule as directed by the investigator; have ocular findings deemed to be normal vision correctable to at least 20/25 or better in each eye with spectacles Exclusion Criteria: Subjects enrolled in the trial must NOT have: Any pre-existing ocular irritation, allergic conjunctivitis, injury or condition, including infection or disease. Any systemic disease that adversely affects ocular health e.g. diabetes, Graves disease, and auto-immune diseases such as ankylosing spondylitis, multiple

2018 Clinical Trials

53. Clinical Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of Ectoin® Containing Eye Spray for Treatment of Dry Eye Disease

to Evaluate the Efficacy and Tolerability of Ectoin® Containing Eye Spray (EES09) and Comparison to the Liposomal Eye Spray Tears Again® (TA) in the Treatment of Dry Eye Disease Actual Study Start Date : June 1, 2018 Actual Primary Completion Date : October 30, 2018 Actual Study Completion Date : December 31, 2018 Resource links provided by the National Library of Medicine related topics: Arms and Interventions Go to Arm Intervention/treatment Active Comparator: Ectoin Eye Spray Eye Spray to be applied 3 (...) (Adult, Older Adult) Sexes Eligible for Study: All Accepts Healthy Volunteers: No Criteria Inclusion Criteria: Minimum age 18 years OSDI Score of at least 18 NIBUT smaller or equal to 10s in at least one eye Exclusion Criteria: Post-operative trauma or injury Ocular disease with exception of DED Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients in the products used for this study Contact lens wear 24h before or on the day of study visits Use of eye drops / other eye sprays on the day of visit 1 or during

2018 Clinical Trials

54. FDA permits Artificial intelligence-based in diabetes-related eye problems

FDA permits Artificial intelligence-based in diabetes-related eye problems FDA permits Artificial intelligence-based in diabetes-related eye problems - Sumer's Radiology Blog Top Ad unit 728 × 90 Radiology News radiology FDA permits Artificial intelligence-based in diabetes-related eye problems FDA permits Artificial intelligence-based in diabetes-related eye problems Reference and Further Reading FDA permits Artificial intelligence-based in diabetes-related eye problems Reviewed by Sumer (...) for sedating children. Chemic... Young adult presented with lateral force injury and right nasal bone tenderness pictures show possible high fracture of right side better ... We live in an era where a scientist has to think about being politically correct. Think about it. ----------------------------------- ... Radiology is an increasingly favored specialty for medical graduates. Here is my attempt to explain the charm of this branch. 6 year child shows T2/FLAIR white matter hyperintensity in the bilateral

2018 Sumer's Radiology Blog

55. Ocular injuries and eye care seeking patterns following injuries among cocoa farmers in Ghana (PubMed)

Ocular injuries and eye care seeking patterns following injuries among cocoa farmers in Ghana The work environment of cocoa farmers exposes them to several ocular hazards that predispose them to eye diseases and injuries. However, the extent of ocular injuries and health seeking patterns following these injuries are unknown among cocoa farmers in Ghana.To determine the prevalence of ocular injuries and health seeking behaviour following injury among cocoa farmers in Ghana.Five hundred and fifty (...) six participants were recruited through simple random sampling using a multistage approach from four cocoa growing districts in Ghana. A structured questionnaire was used to collect relevant information such as demography, ocular hazards and injuries experienced. An ocular examination was also conducted to assess the eye health of the participants. Descriptive and regression statistics were used to analyze the data. The rate of ocular injuries was calculated by using the number of injuries

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2016 African health sciences

56. Wearing a patch after a scratch to the eye probably makes no difference to healing

the effectiveness of patching for large abrasions. Expert commentary Corneal abrasions are very common minor ocular injuries that can be exquisitely painful. Such abrasions may occur through a variety of accidents including in the workplace, sports injuries and daily activities and are common in children and patients within the working age group. Patients with corneal abrasions may present to a variety of health care professionals both in primary and secondary care settings. Health professionals are motivated (...) Surgeon, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital Related Signals Published 7 August 2018 Published 3 July 2018 Published 7 November 2017 Categories Tools Preview Based on NHS Choices Close Useful Links Related Sites Follow Us Get NIHR Signals by email Stay up to date with the latest health research through our monthly bulletin of new NIHR Signals. | | Powered by Insight Explorer / HaystackLabs © 2015. All Rights Reserved. Please enable JavaScript to view the

2018 NIHR Dissemination Centre

57. Paintball related ocular injuries: First case report in Saudi patients (PubMed)

. Paintball related ocular injuries can result in severe visual loss and in most of the time requires surgical intervention. Most injuries occur in under-supervised settings and are easily preventable. Our main aim was to increase awareness among local ophthalmologists and eye professionals about this new game. Improved safety measures and appropriate public education could prevent such serious ocular injuries. (...) Paintball related ocular injuries: First case report in Saudi patients Paintball is a popular recreational sport. This case series describes three Saudi patients exposed to paintball ocular injuries with sever ocular trauma. Two patients developed hyphema and traumatic cataract and one patient had vitreous hemorrhage, choroidal detachment, commotio retinae and retinal tear. All patients require surgical intervention. Final best corrected visual acuity was 20/200, 20/30 and 20/50 respectively

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2017 Saudi Journal of Ophthalmology

58. TRAFFIC ACCIDENT-RELATED OPEN GLOBE INJURIES. (PubMed)

driving (6 eyes; 42.9%), riding a bicycle (5 eyes; 35.7%), involved in car accident while walking (2 eyes; 14.3%), and riding a motorbike (1 eye; 7.1%). Initial visual acuity was significantly related to final visual acuity (P = 0.003, R = 0.80). The final visual acuity in patients with traffic accident-related open globe injuries was significantly better than that of the total group (P = 0.01).Traffic accident-related open globe injuries had better visual outcomes than common open globe injuries (...) . Visual outcomes in patients with traffic accident-related open globe injuries were related to the initial visual acuity. No eyes developed endophthalmitis in patients with traffic accident-related open globe injuries.

2017 Retina

59. Injuries in marginal workers and social trauma in female: Important cause of the paradigm shift in eye injury over a decade (PubMed)

Injuries in marginal workers and social trauma in female: Important cause of the paradigm shift in eye injury over a decade Changing profile of work force can give rise different types of injuries.To analyse causative factors (Host-Agent-Event) in ocular trauma over last 15 years.Hospital based prospective study during 1997-2012. Detailed information on nature of trauma; agent and setting were recorded.Cohort included 12365 eye injuries, 1241 serious cases. Prevalence - 0.45 /10000 Mean age (...) 45.8 with bi- modal pattern of incidence, 3:1 male-female ratio. 80% closed globe, 48% workplace injury (90% in marginal labourers with an exponential annual increase). 10% cases from garage mechanics.60% of eye injuries in female were related to "social violence". Multivariate analysis has detected new causative agents.Significant change in parameters of trauma (Host-Agent-Event) is resulting in paradigm shift in eye injury. Unorganised unaccustomed labour in workplace injury and "social trauma

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2015 Indian journal of occupational and environmental medicine

60. Surfboard-related eye injuries in New South Wales: a 1-year prospective study. (PubMed)

Surfboard-related eye injuries in New South Wales: a 1-year prospective study. To determine the incidence of surfboard-related eye injuries (SREIs) in New South Wales in 1 year.Prospective questionnaire-based study of SREIs through reporting on injuries, treatment and outcomes by ophthalmologists and ophthalmology trainees in NSW and by patients of all ages with any SREIs on risk factors for SREIs that occurred between 30 December 2010 and 30 December 2011.Incidence, nature and severity (...) of SREIs, defined as any injury to the eye, orbit or eyelid caused by a surfboard.10 cases of SREIs were reported. Eight patients were male. The mean age of injured patients was 35.4 years. Two of the patients were children. Patients often had a combination of ophthalmic injuries. There were two globe ruptures, four fractured orbits, one case of fibreglass foreign bodies in the orbit and six eyelid lacerations. SREIs were caused by all sharp projections of the surfboard including the nose, fins

2014 Medical Journal of Australia

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