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101. The Management of Upper Extremity Amputation Rehabilitation (UEAR)

percent of this population one or both upper limbs are involved [1] with nearly 70 percent of upper limb amputations resulting from trauma. [2] Traumatic injuries are also the most common cause of upper limb amputations within the Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Other causes of amputations are from cancer, infections, and dysvascular conditions. From 2001-2014, more than 700 Service Members with some level of upper limb amputation (including partial hand and digits (...) • Provide primary care providers an algorithm to assist with the referral process • Provide rehabilitation care providers with a structured framework of appropriate rehabilitation interventions to improve the patient’s outcome and reduce practice variation • Establish priorities for future research efforts that will generate evidence for practice improvement Traumatic injuries account for nearly 70 percent of upper limb amputations in the United States [2] and are also the most common cause of upper

2014 VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines

102. Royal Flying Doctor Service Western Operations Clinical manual part 1.Clinical guidelines

6.5 Severe Sepsis 7 7 MENTAL HEALTH 1 7.1 Transfer of Mental Health Patients 1 8 MISCELLANEOUS 1 8.1 Anaphylaxis 1 8.2 Hyperkalaemia 3 8.3 Hypokalaemia 4 8.4 Shock 5 8.5 Vascular Catastrophes 7 8.6 Transfusion Medicine 9 8.7 Major Haemorrhage 13 8.8 Reversal of Anticoagulation 15 8.9 Mass Casualty Incidents 17 8.10 Morbid Obesity 22 8.11 Diving Related Injury and Illness 24 9 NEUROLOGICAL 1 9.1 Status Epilepticus 1 9.2 Subarachnoid Haemorrhage 3 9.3 Delirium Tremens 4 RFDS Western Operations (...) Cord Injuries 11 14.8 Head Injury 13 15 AIRWAY & VENTILATION 1 15.1 Intubation of Patients - Overview 1 15.2 Rapid Sequence Induction 2 15.3 Difficult Airway Algorithm 7 15.4 Preparation of Ventilated Patient for Transport 10 15.5 Ventilated Patients—Continuing Management 13 15.6 Ventilation Strategies 15 15.7 Non-Invasive Ventilation 19 15.8 Paediatric Induction, Intubation and Ventilation 23 15.9 Paediatric Leak Attachment 25 16 OCCUPATIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE 1 16.1 Occupational Exposure to Blood

2014 Clinical Practice Guidelines Portal

103. Occupational Health and the Anaesthetist

guidance from infection prevention and control team, occupational health and/or health and safety teams. • Work-related musculoskeletal disorders, including manual handling injuries, are the most common type of occupational ill health in the UK accounting for approximately 40% of all sickness absence in the NHS. • Anaesthetists should receive training in the principles of safe manual handling, and a Patslide® or Hover Matt® employed whenever possible. • Environmental factors may present risks (...) to have been living with HIV by the end of 2010. The estimated prevalence of HIV in 2011 was 1.5 per 1000 population of all ages: 2.1 per 1000 men and 1.0 per 1000 women Since the late 1990s, following work related exposure, at least 17 healthcare workers have contracted hepatitis C and there have been five documented cases of HIV transmission. Methods and risks of transmission Blood borne viruses may be transmitted by the percutaneous route (needlestick injuries) or by direct mucocutaneous contact

2014 Association of Anaesthetists of GB and Ireland

104. Abuse and violence - working with our patients in general practice

they knew than by a stranger, while the reverse was true for men. 10 This manual concentrates on the more prevalent form – violence against women by someone they know. The prevalence of different types of violence and abuse are detailed in individual sections of this manual. Types of abuse and violence Abuse and violence can take many forms. Violence can be severe and leave obvious injuries, but some victims may be subject to more subtle abuse that may not leave physical injuries. Abuse and violence may (...) be any of the following: • Physical abuse – injuries may range from minor trauma, which may or may not be visible, to broken bones and lacerations, head injuries and injuries to internal organs. For many victims, the abuse occurs regularly. Some are threatened with weapons, such as knives, or household items such as a hot iron, cigarettes or a length of rubber hose. Physical abuse can take many forms such as smashing property, or killing or hurting family pets. • Emotional abuse – may include subtle

2014 Clinical Practice Guidelines Portal

105. Assessment and Management of Pain (Third Edition)

of publication, neither the authors nor the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) give any guarantee as to the accuracy of the information contained in them nor accept any liability, with respect to loss, damage, injury or expense arising from any such errors or omission in the contents of this work. Copyright With the exception of those portions of this document for which a specific prohibition or limitation against copying appears, the balance of this document may be produced, reproduced (...) or she experiences an injury to the central or peripheral nervous system because of trauma or diseases such as multiple sclerosis and stroke. Early screening by the interprofessional team is important because diagnosing neuropathic pain may take more investigation to facilitate early management (Bennett et al., 2007). There are screening questionnaires for neuropathic pain that incorporate the person’s signs and symptoms, including the Self-Report Leeds Assessment of Neuropathic Symptoms and Signs (S

2013 Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario

106. An Update of Comprehensive Evidence-Based Guidelines for Interventional Techniques in Chronic Spinal Pain - Part 2 - Guidance and Recommendations

injections. IV. i mpLanTabLeS • The evidence is fair for spinal cord stimulation (SCS) in managing patients with failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS) and limited for implantable intrathecal drug administration systems. V. a nTiCoaguLaTion • Ther e is good evidence for risk of thromboembolic phenomenon in patients with antithrombotic therapy if discontinued, spontaneous epidural hematomas with or without traumatic injury in patients with or without anticoagulant therapy to discontinue or normalize INR (...) ) criteria (40) and detailed methodology of guideline development. The reviews were developed based on contemporary practices of systematic review development including guidance from the IOM (1,9-40). I. PREAMBLE 1.0 ChRonIC PAIn Chronic pain is defined as a complex and multifac- torial phenomenon with pain that persists 6 months after an injury and/or beyond the usual course of an acute disease or a reasonable time for a comparable injury to heal, that is associated with chronic pathologic processes

2013 American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians

107. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

possible harm to them, such as illness, injury, disasters, or death. 3. Persistent and excessive worry about experiencing an untoward event (e.g., getting lost, being kidnapped, having an accident, becoming ill) that causes separation from a major attachment figure. 4. Persistent reluctance or refusal to go out, away from home, to school, to work, or elsewhere because of fear of separation. 5. Persistent and excessive fear of or reluctance about being alone or without major attachment figures at home

2013 University of Michigan Health System

108. Treatment and recommendations for homeless people/Unstably Housed Patients with HIV/AIDS

the patient has had sex with men and/or women. Ask about condom use and history of any sexually transmitted diseases. ? Reproductive history – Ask female patients about past/current pregnancies, complications, whether any children were HIV-infected, and if so, how treated. ? Work history – Ask what types of work the patient has done and longest time held a job. Ask about work-related illness, injuries, and toxic exposure (asbestos, silica, coal). HIV/AIDS Care for Unstably Housed Patients: Summary

2013 National Health Care for the Homeless Council

109. American Heart Association Guide for Improving Cardiovascular Health at the Community Level, 2013 Update Full Text available with Trip Pro

% eat at least two 3.5-oz servings/wk Decrease fats … Saturated fat 9% consume <7% saturated fat as a percent of total calories Trans fat … Dietary cholesterol 39% of men (≥19 y of age) consume <300 mg/d 79% of women (≥19 y of age) consume <300 mg/d Decrease sugar , … Decrease sugar-sweetened beverages 52% drink <450 kcal/wk Decrease salt , <1% consume <1500 mg/d Physically active lifestyle Increase physical activity transport (eg, biking) Occupational/work-related , Increase active sports and other

2013 American Heart Association

110. Australian guidelines for the treatment of acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder

of parents/caregivers in treatment 62 Does it matter where treatment occurs? 63 References 64 Interventions 68 Pre-incident preparedness 68 Pre-incident preparedness training 68 Post-incident interventions for all 68 Psychological debriefing 68 Psychological first aid 69 Stepped care 69 Psychological interventions for ASD and PTSD 69 Brief psychodynamic psychotherapy 69 Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing 69 Group therapy 70 Hypnosis 70 Imagery rehearsal 70 Interapy 70 Interpersonal therapy 70 (...) Assessment 150 Treatment 150 PTSD in older people 152 Background issues 152 Presentation 152 Assessment 153 Treatment 153 Directions for future research 154 6 7xii Motor vehicle accident and other traumatic injury survivors 155 Background issues 155 Presentation 155 Assessment 155 Treatment 156 Working with children 156 Victims of crime 157 Background issues 157 Presentation 157 Assessment 158 Treatment 158 Working with children 158 Sexual assault 159 Background issues 159 Presentation 159 Assessment 160

2013 Clinical Practice Guidelines Portal

111. Towards Comparative Effectiveness in Military Vestibular Rehabilitation

research staff using the contacts provided below. For general information, Layout table for eligibility information Ages Eligible for Study: 18 Years to 49 Years (Adult) Sexes Eligible for Study: All Accepts Healthy Volunteers: No Criteria Inclusion Criteria: Active Duty Service Member Referral to Warrior Recovery Center Need of treatment for gaze stabilization, static standing, balance, dynamic standing balance, gait, motion sensitivity, modified center of gravity, and/or work-related functional task (...) See Sponsor: The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center Collaborator: Evans Army Community Hospital Information provided by (Responsible Party): The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: To prospectively evaluate the tools, environment and resources to compare the effectiveness of two different standard of care vestibular rehabilitation approaches in a military cohort with post-concussive vestibular symptoms. Condition or disease

2018 Clinical Trials

112. Clinical Analysis of 1593 Patients with Infectious Endophthalmitis: A 12-Year Study at a Tertiary Referral Center in Western China Full Text available with Trip Pro

of infectious endophthalmitis in Western China for the past decade. The demographic and clinical characteristics of infectious endophthalmitis in Western China had its own characteristics and differed from those of developed countries. Here, open globe trauma was the most common cause of endophthalmitis, most traumatic endophthalmitis patients were male, and most of the injuries were work related, implicate that we should strengthen the education and application of ocular safety regulation specifically (...) Clinical Analysis of 1593 Patients with Infectious Endophthalmitis: A 12-Year Study at a Tertiary Referral Center in Western China Infectious endophthalmitis is a severe ocular inflammation which can cause devastating visual loss. The aim of the study was to identify the demographic and clinical features of infectious endophthalmitis in Western China for better prophylaxis and treatment of this disease.A.retrospective, cross-sectional study was conducted based on the medical records

2018 Chinese medical journal

113. Effectiveness of a Community-based Tai Chi Rehabilitation Program for Patients After Total Knee Arthroplasty

will be assessed by the Physical Activity Scale for the Elderly (Chinese version), which is a 12-item questionnaire asking the leisure, physical, household and work-related activities over the last 7 days. It has demonstrated very good reliability and fair-to-moderate associations with psychosocial and physical measures in older adults aged 65 years or above Global impression of change [ Time Frame: 1-week before TKA, 6-, 12-, 24- and 52-week post-TKA follow-ups ] The patient's perceived changes after the Tai (...) ) to 10 (the worst imaginable pain). It documents the current, best, and worst pain in the last 24 hours. It will be used to record the pain intensity of participant's knee and other body parts, if appropriate. The NPRS has been used as a gold standard for pain measurement given its high reliability, sensitivity and validity Number of trips/falls [ Time Frame: every month by mail for 12 months ] The number of trips, falls or related injuries in the last 12 months or between the follow-up periods

2018 Clinical Trials

114. Pathophysiological Mechanism Behind Prolonged Whiplash Associated Disorders

EuroQuol five dimensions [ Time Frame: Change from baseline to 3 months (the end of treatment) and 15 months (1 year after study treatment is finalized) follow-up ] Self-reported health, in patients Effort Reward Imbalance questionnaire [ Time Frame: Change from baseline to 3 months (the end of treatment) and 15 months (1 year after study treatment is finalized) follow-up ] Work related balance between effort and reward, in patients Symptoms Satisfaction scale [ Time Frame: Change from baseline to 3 (...) samples, they will be re-investigated in the healthy group as well. The study results may contribute to the development of improved understanding and diagnostics in chronic WAD that may improve future rehabilitation. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Whiplash Injuries Other: Exercises Not Applicable Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Estimated Enrollment : 60 participants Allocation: Non-Randomized Intervention Model

2018 Clinical Trials

115. Measurement properties of tools used to assess depression in adults with and without autism spectrum conditions: A systematic review Full Text available with Trip Pro

in this group. However, it is unclear if there are valid tools available to assess depression in those with ASC. ASC is characterized by difficulties in socialization, imagination, communication, narrow obsessive interests, and sensory difficulties [APA, 2013]. A number of depressive symptoms may overlap with symptoms and behaviors in ASC, such as social withdrawal, difficulties with sleep, flat affect, and reduced eye contact [Stewart, Barnard, & Pearson, ], resulting in diagnostic overshadowing

2018 Autism Research

116. Preserving Patient Dignity (Formerly Patient Modesty) Volume 110

this time in society, it is almost impossible to educate people that men deserve respect too. At , said... Maurice, The providers may have the best of intentions, but the ends does NOT justify the means . For providers, their goal is diagnosing and treating disease and injury. They want to do this in the fastest, easiest, and most efficient way possible. Here is a prime example: a patient can go into surgery wearing pants/underwear. The staff can remove the pants for the surgery and afterwards put them (...) dynamics leading to the illness or death of either population group. ..Maurice. At , said... Maurice, If you are NOT part of the SOLUTION, then YOU are part of the PROBLEM. That being said, when you take into account all of those who turn a blind eye, do not speak up (for fear of retribution), those who have learned intimate exams on anesthetized patients without consent and do not own up to it, those who ever used the dirty tricks of saying "nothing we haven't seen before" or "we need to," the med

2020 Bioethics Discussion Blog

118. The effects of stress management interventions among police officers and recruits Full Text available with Trip Pro

behavioral outcomes such as alcohol use or job performance indicators. Once again, not all data were reported for these outcomes or when data were reported some data could not be used in the analysis. A single study reported the number of alcoholic drinks consumed as behavioral outcomes ( ). Because only one study reported drinking behavior and the remaining behavioral outcomes were workrelated outcomes, drinking behavior was eliminated from the analysis. Consequently, three studies (25%) reported (...) interventions typically entail the use of spot checking and scanning, positive self‐talk, deep breathing, anchoring, cognitive rehearsal and desensitization, progressive muscle relaxation, meditation, imagery and biofeedback, goal setting, stress debriefing, time management, financial planning, visual‐motor behavior rehearsal (VMBR), critical incident stress management (CISM), physical fitness, progressive relaxation, biofeedback, social support, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR

2012 Campbell Collaboration

119. Workplace Disability Management Programs Promoting Return to Work: A Systematic Review Full Text available with Trip Pro

the term RTW is commonly used, the extent to which it has a shared and agreed upon meaning is limited. RTW can be referred to as an intervention, a process and an outcome ( ). In this review we see RTW as an outcome. RTW refers to a variety of outcomes following work disability that describes the duration or extent of an inability to work due to functional limitations ( ). Work disability following injury or illness can be wholly or partly workrelated. Thus, the work environment often limits (...) consequences resulting in great societal impact ( ; ). Long‐term sickness absence often represents a substantial individual life event ( ), where the duration of absence due to injury or illness increases the future risk of receiving disability pension and permanent exclusion from the labor market ( ; ). At the employer level long‐term sickness absence may lead to lower productivity and quality, higher employee turnover and reduction in job satisfaction due to the added workload placed on other employees

2012 Campbell Collaboration

120. Cardiovascular Benefits of Oral Appliance Therapy in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Systematic Review Full Text available with Trip Pro

. The Editor-in-Chief, the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and its officers, regents, members and employees disclaim all responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas or products referred to in articles contained in this journal. © 2015 American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine Journal of Dental Sleep Medicine Volume 2, Number 1 | January 10, 2015 | Pages 1–28 Official Publication of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine Table of Contents Vol. 2, No. 1

2015 Journal of Dental Sleep Medicine

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