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Comparison of clinical and administrative data sources for hospital coronary artery bypass graft surgery report cards. (1/20)

BACKGROUND: Regardless of statistical methodology, public performance report cards must use the highest-quality validated data, preferably from a prospectively maintained clinical database. Using logistic regression and hierarchical models, we compared hospital cardiac surgery profiling results based on clinical data with those derived from contemporaneous administrative data. METHODS AND RESULTS: Fiscal year 2003 isolated coronary artery bypass grafting surgery results based on an audited and validated Massachusetts clinical registry were compared with those derived from a contemporaneous state administrative database, the latter using the inclusion/exclusion criteria and risk model of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. There was a 27.4% disparity in isolated coronary artery bypass grafting surgery volume (4440 clinical, 5657 administrative), a 0.83% difference in observed in-hospital mortality (2.05% versus 2.88%), corresponding differences in risk-adjusted mortality calculated by various statistical methodologies, and 1 hospital classified as an outlier only with the administrative data-based approach. The discrepancies in volumes and risk-adjusted mortality were most notable for higher-volume programs that presumably perform a higher proportion of combined procedures that were misclassified as isolated coronary artery bypass grafting surgery in the administrative cohort. Subsequent analyses of a patient cohort common to both databases revealed the smoothing effect of hierarchical models, a 9% relative difference in mortality (2.21% versus 2.03%) resulting from nonstandardized mortality end points, and 1 hospital classified as an outlier using logistic regression but not using hierarchical regression. CONCLUSIONS: Cardiac surgery report cards using administrative data are problematic compared with those derived from audited and validated clinical data, primarily because of case misclassification and nonstandardized end points.  (+info)

Bridging the gap between evidence and practice in venous thromboembolism prophylaxis: the quality improvement process. (2/20)

Venous thromboembolism (VTE) is considered to be the most common preventable cause of hospital-related death. Hospitalized patients undergoing major Surgery and hospitalized patients with acute medical illness have an increased risk of VTE. Although there is overwhelming evidence for the need and efficacy of VTE prophylaxis in patients at risk, only about a third of those who are at risk of VTE receive appropriate prophylaxis. To address the shortfall in VTE prophylaxis, the US Joint Commission and the National Quality Forum (NQF) endorse standardized VTE prophylaxis practices, and are identifying and testing measures to monitor these standards. Hospitals in the USA accredited by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to receive medicare patients will need VTE prophylaxis programs in place to conform to these national consensus standards. This review aims to give background information on initiatives to improve the prevention of VTE and to identify key features of a successful quality improvement strategy for prevention of VTE in the hospital. A literature review shows that the key features of effective quality improvement strategies includes an active strategy, a multifaceted approach, and a continuous iterative process of audit and feedback. Risk assessment models may be helpful for deciding which patients should receive prophylaxis and for matching VTE risk with the appropriate intensity of prophylaxis. This approach should assist in implementing the NQF/Joint Commission-endorsed standards, as well as increase the use of appropriate VTE prophylaxis.  (+info)

The impact of a citywide audit with educational intervention on the care of patients with epilepsy. (3/20)

The care of patients with epilepsy historically has been well documented to be poor. Previous attempts to improve care through education have been unsuccessful. The New GP Contract in the UK introduced epilepsy as a core quality indicator from April 2004. This prospective audit assesses the impact of an audit with educational intervention on the process of care of patients with epilepsy. The case notes of 610 patients, of all ages, with epilepsy on treatment, in 13 general practices serving Chester and surrounding area were reviewed before and 2 years after an intervention, comprising (a) the provision of a comprehensive template, (b) individualised categorisation for each patient and (c) an educational session led by a Neurologist. The overall review rate increased in the first year from 41 to 49% (p<0.0001) and by 2 years to 63% (p<0.0001). Documented remission rate increased from 29 to 43% (p<0.0001). Admissions to accident and emergency fell significantly (p=0.0026). There was no fall in the non-compliance rate. Forty five percent of patients with documented poor control were not under shared care. Issues highlighted in the audit generated 77 referrals. There were clear health gains in 62 (13%) individuals from referrals and practice interventions related to the audit. This original audit identified significant improvements in review rate, documented remission rate and beneficial outcomes in individual patients. The changes were attributable to both the educational intervention and the coincidental acceptance of the New GP Contract. Remaining problems include lack of shared care for patients with active epilepsy.  (+info)

Use of a registry-generated audit, feedback, and patient reminder intervention in an internal medicine resident clinic--a randomized trial. (4/20)

BACKGROUND: Disease registries, audit and feedback, and clinical reminders have been reported to improve care processes. OBJECTIVE: To assess the effects of a registry-generated audit, feedback, and patient reminder intervention on diabetes care. DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial conducted in a resident continuity clinic during the 2003-2004 academic year. PARTICIPANTS: Seventy-eight categorical Internal Medicine residents caring for 483 diabetic patients participated. Residents randomized to the intervention (n = 39) received instruction on diabetes registry use; quarterly performance audit, feedback, and written reports identifying patients needing care; and had letters sent quarterly to patients needing hemoglobin A1c or cholesterol testing. Residents randomized to the control group (n = 39) received usual clinic education. MEASUREMENTS: Hemoglobin A1c and lipid monitoring, and the achievement of intermediate clinical outcomes (hemoglobin A1c <7.0%, LDL cholesterol <100 mg/dL, and blood pressure <130/85 mmHg) were assessed. RESULTS: Patients cared for by residents in the intervention group had higher adherence to guideline recommendations for hemoglobin A1c testing (61.5% vs 48.1%, p = .01) and LDL testing (75.8% vs 64.1%, p = .02). Intermediate clinical outcomes were not different between groups. CONCLUSIONS: Use of a registry-generated audit, feedback, and patient reminder intervention in a resident continuity clinic modestly improved diabetes care processes, but did not influence intermediate clinical outcomes.  (+info)

Quantifying data quality for clinical trials using electronic data capture. (5/20)

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Will the NHHRC recommendations drive quality performance? (6/20)

General practice is the heart of the Australian health care system, addressing the health needs of people, in their communities and in diverse locations and contexts across Australia. With over 100 million items of service claimed by general practitioners each year, even small but incremental improvements in quality have the potential to translate into population level gains in the outcomes and safety of general practice care. In recent years, Australian general practice has undertaken significant work in quality improvement, with practice accreditation to The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners standards and the Australian Primary Care Collaboratives Program being examples. Will the recommendations of the National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission (NHRC) enhance this work?  (+info)

Improving GP diabetes management - A PDSA audit cycle in Western Australia. (7/20)

BACKGROUND: Tight glucose, blood pressure and lipid control in patients with diabetes can reduce morbidity and mortality from macro- and micro-vascular complications. However, treatment targets are not being met in a large proportion of patients. Clinical audit involves cycles of evaluation of current activity against standards. It allows problems to be identified and action to be taken to address them. METHODS: Annual retrospective audits over 3 years of random samples of up to 20 patient medical records from 13 general practitioners in the midwest region of Western Australia (n=807). Statistical tests compared the second and third audits with the first in regard to completeness of screening, health indicators, and the proportion of patients within The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Diabetes Australia guidelines targets. RESULTS: While there was a significant improvement in lipid monitoring over the study period (p<0.001), monitoring of HbA1c and blood pressure (BP) remained unchanged. Between the first and third audits, a reduction in mean HbA1c (p<0.001), mean total cholesterol (p=0.017), mean LDL cholesterol (p=0.014) and mean systolic BP (p=0.002) was seen. There was an improvement in the proportion of patients achieving cholesterol goals (measured by LDL and reaching a target of HbA1c <7%) between the first and third audits; however the proportion with BP within target declined. In the third audit, 11% of patients on diet alone, 36% on an oral hypoglycaemic agent, 90% on three oral hypoglycaemic agents and 84% of those on insulin were outside the target HbA1c. In the same audit, of those outside target BP, 53% were on no treatment and 65% were only on one type of medication. Eighty-seven percent of patients outside target cholesterol levels had not been prescribed a statin. DISCUSSION: Many of the audited GPs in our study undertreated BP, HbA1c and cholesterol. Improvement in some areas was seen over the study period, which may have been due to the quality assurance activities undertaken. These results reveal a therapeutic opportunity for reducing cardiovascular events in patients with diabetes. More aggressive management of BP and lipids by GPs may see rewards in terms of reducing cardiovascular events in patients with diabetes.  (+info)

The Stroke Practice Improvement Network: a quasiexperimental trial of a multifaceted intervention to improve quality. (8/20)

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*National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers

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*Pharmacy

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*Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine

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*East Tennessee Children's Hospital

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*Ciudad Victoria

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*Vandenberg Air Force Base

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Objective: A well-designed final year may ease the transition from medical school to postgraduate training, if it has enough depth to enable the acquisition of early specialty expertise, while keeping enough breadth to support the graduation as all-round physician. Aim of this article is to describe the design of a multidisciplinary dedicated transitional year (DTY) around the theme of recognition and initial treatment of vitally threatened patients. Methods: Undergraduate and postgraduate training directors from the departments of Anaesthesiology, Cardiology, Emergency Medicine, Intensive Care Medicine and Respiratory Medicine at UMC Utrecht and partnering hospitals have collaboratively developed and implemented a curriculum for a final year focusing on three entrustable professional activities (EPAs) in the domain of acute care ...
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Remote data capture is the process of automatic collection of scientific data. It is widely used in clinic trials,[1] where it is referred to as electronic data capture. In physical sciences, automatic observation hardware in the field can be linked to an observer in a laboratory through a cellphone or other communication link,[2] for example in hydrology. RDC systems influenced the design of later electronic data capture (EDC) systems.[3]. ...
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This post is the first in a three-part series about the transformations that are occurring throughout the clinical research industry and Clinipace Worldwides effort to bring more efficiency and transparency to the process.]. In recent years, most clinical trial stakeholders (Sponsors and CROs) have migrated from paper-based clinical research processes (Clinical Research 1.0) to technology-based tools such as electronic data capture and clinical trial management layered on top of existing (and often inefficient) methods (Clinical Research 2.0). While these technologies have improved many aspects of the research process, they have also reinforced existing silos among clinical trial stakeholders and clinical trial processes.. Therefore, the benefits of technology have not been fully realized.. The independent systems and software make cross talk among functions difficult and integration among functions expensive. The end result is widespread duplication of effort and frequent mis-communication. ...
I have 9 years of exeprience in clinical trial management whose 6 years in clinical monitoring activities (regulators affairs, site qualification, SIV, RMV, COV). My work experience allowed me to travel in many West Africa and Central Africa countries. I have a strong knowledge of GCP/ICH guideline and trial regulations in Subsaharan Africa. My experiences in clinical monitoring are focused on infectious diseases. I worked on many projects sponsored by pharmaceutical and academic institutions. I can communicate both in English and French and have a good command of Electronic Data capture system (EDC RAVE) , electronic management of essential documents used for clinical trials. My values are: Integrity-Discipline-No discrimination based on gender, race, and ethnicity-Equity. ...
M Bocan1, J Pokorny2. 1Department of Biomedical Sciences, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia PA.. 2Prevail Infoworks, Inc., Philadelphia PA. Electronic data capture (EDC) systems are a critical clinical trial tool to aggregate data and ensure data integrity. Comfortability and understanding of the EDC system is important in making sure that the results of a trial are clean and trustworthy. Currently, there is no work comparing the training techniques for EDC systems. It is hypothesized that there will be a shorter lag between training and system use for users who utilize an online training (OT) and they will produce less queries in the system than those who attended an investigator meeting (IM). The EDC of a global, multi-site clinical trial with two cohorts was used to collect the length of time between training and system use and the number of queries per subject for each site. Those trained via IM (n=83) acted as control and OT (n=149) as the case as IM is the standard practice. For ...
Video created by Vanderbilt University for the course Data Management for Clinical Research. This week, we set up an Electronic Data Capture (EDC) instrument in REDCap for the Morphine vs. Marinol Study. We also review data processes that occur ...
Most pharmaceutical companies are now employing electronic data capture (EDC) to some degree in their clinical development programmes, even if the technology has not yet achieved routine use in the majority of trials. - News - PharmaTimes
Number of items: 112.. Franklin, Joshua D and Guidry, Alicia F and Brinkley, James F (2011) A Partnership Approach for Electronic Data Capture in Small-Scale Clinical Trials. Wynden, Rob and Solbrig, Harold and Tu, Samson and Brinkley, James F (2011) The Value of Value Sets. Detwiler, Landon T and Gatterbauer, Wolfgang and Louie, Brenton and Suciu, Dan and Tarczy-Hornoch, Peter (2009) Integrating and Ranking Uncertain Scientific Data. Cook, Daniel L and Mejino, Jose L V and Neal, Maxwell L and Gennari, John H (2009) Composite annotations: requirements for mapping multiscale data and models to biomedical ontologies. Gennari, John H and Neal, Maxwell L and Mejino, Jose L V and Cook, Daniel L (2009) Using multiple reference ontologies: Managing composite annotations. Neal, Maxwell L and Gennari, John H and Arts, Theo and Cook, Daniel L (2009) Advances in semantic representation for multiscale biosimulation: a case study in merging models. Detwiler, Landon T and Suciu, Dan and Brinkley, James F ...
From systems biology and in silico modeling to cheminformatics and electronic data capture, Bio-IT World shows how predictive information is the key to improving the efficiency of drug discovery, all the way through clinical trials. Critical to the goal of modeling and exploiting information is the IT and informatics infrastructure -- the hardware and software that facilitates the creation of databases, text mining and the conversion of information into hypotheses, models, and conclusions.
Find detailed information on the seminar dedicated to life sciences co-hosted by Infosys and Oracle, which focuses on trends in electronic data capture.
Expand its access strategy to cover more relevant products. Pfizer can expand its access strategies to cover more products for diseases in scope, for example, by piloting a variety of healthcare interventions. Pfizer can expand equitable pricing to more products for high-burden diseases, and implement intra-country equitable pricing in markets with high inequality and high out-of-pocket spending on healthcare.. Publish a position on where it will file for or enforce patents. Pfizer can develop and disclose a public position on how it plans to file for and enforce its patents. This would give drug procurement agencies and generic medicine manufacturers greater confidence to act. In tandem, Pfizer can publish the status of its patents, to clearly show where products are on and off patent, and when they are due to expire.. Set access provisions for pipeline projects. Pfizer can make plans for the accessibility of future products early in the product development process, particularly for unique ...
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THIS NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF THE UNION COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HAS BEEN REVISED TO AMEND THE TIME OF THE SPECIAL MEETING FROM 3:15 P.M. TO 3:00 P.M. REVISED PUBLIC NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING of the Union County Board of Commissioners Monday, ·May 22, 2017 3:00 P.M. NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN that the Union County Board of Commissioners will hold a special meeting on Monday, May 22, 2017, at 3:00 p.m. in the Commissioners Conference Room, first floor, Union County Government Center, 500 North Main Street, Monroe, North Carolina, for the purpose of going into closed session: 1) to discuss matters relating to the location or expansion of industries or other businesses including agreement on a tentative list of economic development incentives in accordance with G.S. 143-318.11 (a)(4); and 2) to consult with an attorney in order to preserve the attorney-client privilege in accordance with G.S. 143-318.11 (a)(3). ...
醫院之臨床路徑:醫院的決策制定已經從以意見為基礎轉而尋求以合理的科學證據為依歸。這樣的決策制定被視為是以臨床證據為基礎的執行臨床業務方式。由於新證據不斷的出刊發表,加上日常業務的要求,因此對於醫事人員來說,很難不斷地更新證據。臨床路徑是一個以文件記錄為基礎的工具,將可得的最佳證據與臨床實務之間連結。它們針對特定的症狀以或介入措施提供了建議、流程以及時程。臨床路徑已經被廣泛的運用,但是在許多單一的試驗當中,它的影響結果卻是矛盾不一致的。這篇文獻回顧的目的在總結臨床路徑對於臨床人員執行業務 (如文書品質) 、病人結果 (如死亡率、併發症) 、住院天數以及醫院成本的證據並且評估其影響。 ...
When my eldest arrived in junior high (7-8), he commented that the grade curve had changed. Many of the kids (mostly girls) who always had As in ES were struggling to get Bs and lots of kids (mostly boys) who had a pattern of Bs and Cs were now getting As. The difference was SUBJECT CONTENT AND WRITING MECHANICS; no longer did artsy-crafty presentation count enough to balance weak content, grammar or spelling. Sadly, by the time my youngest kids arrived at the school, it had become a MS (despite overwhelming community objections), and the former HS-type structure and orientation had been replaced by artsy-crafty, touchy-feely stuff that was just as bad as it had been in ES. Making it pretty was just as important as getting the right answer. Sigh ...
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JUDGMENT/ORDER REVERSING THE DECISION OF THE COMMISSIONER AND REMANDING THIS CASE TO THE COMMISSIONER FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION PURSUANT TO SENTENCE four of 42 U.S.C. 405(g) as set forth in the 12 Memorandum Opinion. Signed by Honorable Barry A. Bryant on August 15, 2013. (cnn) ...
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After swearing in newly-elected Commissioner Jan Scoggins and naming Commissioner Brian Delzeit as mayor of Dodge City, the Commission approved the purchase of a water treatment screening building and four new police vehicles at the regular meeting Monday.
Introduction In December 2003, Health and Disability Commissioner Ron Paterson initiated an inquiry into the quality of care provided to five patients by Tauranga surgeon Ian Breeze, prompted by new complaints to the Commissioners Office. In January and ...
The San Saba County Commissioners Court was held on Tuesday, September 17th at 9:00 a.m. in the County Judges Chambers. County Judge Byron Theodosis called the Court to order and welcomed everyone. Commissioner Kenley Kroll gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags ...
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Dupple tips a story at Techdirt about comments from EU commissioner Karel De Gucht, who made some discouraging remarks to the EU International Trade committee about the opposition to ACTA: If you decide for a negative vote before the European Court rules, let me tell you that the Commission will no...
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A meeting slated for Thursday called for by California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones to deal with force-placed insurance has cast the dye for debate
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Pseudoscience has been the bane of science since the latter became a professional activity. Rather than dismissing it as wrong, the more efficient way of dealing with pseudosciences false claims is to stress the nature of science itself with all its problems and pitfalls. ...
Most of us are unhappy about paying our bills once; but a flap between the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners and the county school board raised the specter of the countys paying certain bills twice -- an idea that didnt seem to sit well with the commissioners.At their Feb. 18 meeting, Child Care Services Director…
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By Chris [email protected] Will the New Hanover County commissioners have to raise property taxes to deal with a massive budget hole?Its too early to say, but the commissioners embarked Tuesday on the perilous task of cobbling together the spending plan for the 2010-11 fiscal year, which will run from July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011.. More: continued here ...
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KISSIMMEE - A Kissimmee city commissioner has been charged with driving drunk with his son and two other teenagers in the back of his pickup, causing a chain-reaction crash.Steve Burke, 49, who was
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There is some risk in tying a procurement offices reimbursement to the value of purchases by user facilities, as this may create an incentive for the procurement office to increase, rather than decrease, prices and purchases. Therefore, if this sort of approach is used, checks and balances must be put in place, such as a requirement that all major procurement decisions be made by user representatives.. 8. Procurement should be effected in the largest possible quantities in order to achieve economies of scale; this applies to both centralised and decentralised systems.. Justification and explanation. Larger procurement volume makes favourable prices and contract terms more likely, by increasing suppliers interest in bidding and by providing them with an incentive to offer a competitive price.. Practical aspects. A higher volume for single items may be achieved through pooling of procurement volume from many facilities or from several States or countries, by restriction of the drug list or by ...
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Summary The NIHR Dissemination Centre (NIHR DC) has released a themed review of NIHR research into the organisation of stroke services and care pathways. This review of 44 published and 29 ongoing studies covers recent research into stroke and acute stroke management, stroke recovery and rehabilitation, and also includes life after stroke. The main section…
title:Continious Hyperfractionated Accelerated Radiation Therapy in Head and Neck Cancers - A Pilot Study. Author:Thejaswini B, R. Nanda, Jagannath P, Giri G V, Aradhana K. Keywords:CHART, accelerated hyperfractionation, acute toxicities, head and neck cancers. Type:Original Article. Abstract:Objectives: To assess the acute radiation reactions and immediate locoregional response of accelerated hyperfractionation radiotherapy in head and neck cancers. Methods: A prospective study of 20 patients with squamous cell carcinoma of oropharynx, hypopharynx and nasopharynx with stage II - IV received continuous accelerated hyperfractionated radiotherapy (CHART) to a total dose of 54 Gy/36 fractions, dose per fraction of 1.5GY/fraction, 3 fractions /day given at 4-6 hours interval, 6 days / week with overall treatment time of 12 days. Results: Patients were assessed as per UICC guidelines. 6 patients developed Grade 6 mucositis, 10 patients developed Gr 5 mucositis and remaining 4 patients developed only ...
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Illinois Appellate Court,May 07, 1999,The opinion of the court was delivered by: Presiding Justice Buckley, KARIM BAKSH, PETITIONER-APPELLANT, v. THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, COMMISSIONER ROSE M. JENNINGS, COMMISSIONER MATHILDA A. JAKUBOWSKI, COMMISSIONER GRACE KAMINKOWITZ, COMMISSIONER RANDALL C. RAYNOLDS, COMMISSIONER SYLVIA NEIL, COMMISSIONER VIVIAN STEWART TYLER, COMMISSIONER RUDOLPH S. SHOULTZ, COMMISSIONER JANE YAYES RADER, COMMISSIONER CLYDE H. BROOKS, COMMISSIONER ISIAH THOMAS, AND THE ESTATE OF G.S., BY ITS EXECUTOR, S.A.B., RESPONDENTS-APPELLEES.
Officials in Thyolo are brain storming on how best to deal with high unsafe abortion and sexually transmitted infection (STI) rate among youths of 18 and below
Mkuu wa Mkoa wa Rukwa Mh. Joachim Wangabo ametoa miezi mitatu kwa wananchi wanaoishi katika kambi ya uvuvi ya Nankanga iliyopo kando ya ziwa Rukwa kuhama kwa hiyari baada ya kambi hiyo kuwa katika hatari ya kupatwa na ugonjwa wa kipindupindu kwa kutokuwa na vyoo.Mh. Wangabo amesema kuwa kuondoka huko kwa hiari kuwepo ndani ya mwezi huu wa kwanza hadi wa nne ...
As for individual use of a personal nature, outside therapeutic treatment, this is where we will find the vast majority of anabolic steroids. It is here we will also find the biggest problems, not in terms of ill-effects of a physical or mental
Commissioner Bob Coleman stands alone among the seven-person commission in pushing to end euthanasia at the countys beleaguered animal shelter. The attitudes of his fellow commissioners have ranged from mildly supportive to apathetic, and Coleman held a town hall meeting last week to try to bring some of them over to his cause.. "Ive been pushing all along to get animal enthusiasts, the commission and staff all on the same page," he said. But only two of his fellow commissioners, Richard Strickland and Clyde Taylor, attended, and no one from Animal Services did.. Speakers who attended the meeting at the packed conference room at the School Systems Risley Annex voiced concern about the way the shelter conducts business and tends to the dogs and cats in its custody.. One of the driving forces behind the no-kill movement is former Animal Control Advisory Board chairman Marci DeSart, co-founder of No Kill Glynn County. She was ousted from her position on the board in March after releasing some ...
In the scope of this study the participating transfusion medicine establishments obligate themselves to record all significant Adverse Events (AE) related to preparative hemaphereses of healthy donors. All complications (phlebotomy and circulation problems, citrate toxicity, donor compliance, and technical complications) shall be assessed with respect to plasma-, platelet-, leukocyte- (stem cells, granulocytes, monocytes), and red cell aphereses as well as multicomponent aphereses. Study data are recorded by means of an Internet-based hemapheresis vigilance system. Study results will be evaluated according to the advanced standards of the International Haemovigilance Network (IHN). The study contributes to the quality assurance of each single center as it enables the comparison to other transfusion medicine establishments ...
Whereas excessive sound and vibration are a serious hazard to the public health and welfare, safety and the quality of life; and technology exists by which excessive sound and vibration may be substantially abated; and whereas the people have a right to and should be ensured an environment free from excessive sound and vibration that may jeopardize their health or welfare or safety or degrade the quality of life; it is the policy of the Borough to prevent excessive sound and vibration which may jeopardize the health and welfare or safety of its citizens or degrade the quality of life ...
Original article Reporting transfusion-incidents: two-year s experiences of haemovigilance in the Southwest region of the Netherlands Erik AM Beckers 1, Rob B Dinkelaar 2, Peter AW te Boekhorst 3, Huub
Hydraulic systems store considerable energy. They lift implements, such as plows, change the position of implement components, such as a combine header or bulldozer blade, operate hydraulic motors and assist in steering and braking. Careless servicing, adjustment or replacement of parts can result in serious injury. High-pressure blasts of hydraulic oil can injure eyes or other body parts by burning or penetrating the tissue.. Leaks are a serious hazard. Never inspect hydraulic hoses with your hands because a fine jet of hydraulic fluid can pierce the skin. Get medical attention quickly, or you could lose that part of the body that was injected. Use a piece of cardboard to test the hose for leaks.. Follow the instructors manual when servicing hydraulic systems. Make certain the hydraulic pump is turned off. Lower the attached equipment to the ground and confirm that load pressure is off the system. Treat hydraulic fluid as flammable liquid. Avoid open flames and sparks if hydraulic fluid has ...
The following expert advice was obtained from specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr John Short:. "I have been asked to provide advice to the Commissioner on case number C15HDC01415. I have read and agree to follow the Commissioners Guidelines for Independent Advisors.. I am a specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, vocationally registered in New Zealand since 2007. I have worked as a senior medical officer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Christchurch Womens Hospital since 2006.. I have been asked to provide advice to the Commissioner regarding the care provided to [Twin 2] by [the] hospital . More specifically I have been asked to comment on the following:. 1 Was it reasonable to continue with a vaginal delivery considering the length of time taken for [Mrs As] labour to progress?. 2 Was a caesarean section clinically indicated at an earlier point during labour?. 3 The failure to conduct baby blood gas test. 4 Any further comments you would like to make about the obstetric care ...
Our grand bunch of commissioners got together the other day and in a closed meeting, unamimously voted themselves a very generous health insurance benefit. The plan was included in the county personnel manual by commissioners Godwin, McKenzie and Jacobs. The News Reporter stated that they requested a copy of the manual before the vote, but that county Manager Jim Varner wouldnt allow. After the benefit was made public, some of the commissioners said that they thought it was a grand idea, that their constituents would want them to have this token of appreciation, other counties have similar benefits, I didnt know it was in there and no comment. Board rebel James Prevatte, stated that he didnt read the manual word for word and must have overlooked that section. Everyone Ive spoken with has said that that was no excuse and wondered what else he might have overlooked since taking office ...
Longmeadow - Troubled by what he says is a threat to the health of the citizens of this community, Water and Sewer Commissioner Bruce Randall is speaking out.. "Three years ago I didnt know anything about (fluoridation). But as a water commissioner, I felt I owed it to my constituents to learn," said Randall, referring to the practice of adding fluoride to the Towns drinking water. Fluoridation was passed by referendum in the November 1986 election by a vote of 3,073 to 2,645, but was not implemented until January 1989. Today Longmeadow is one of more than 100 cities and towns in the state who fluoridate their drinking water, a practice Randall finds very disturbing.. "This is not medical grade fluoride. A toxin is being added to our water. It is not a nutrient like calcium or chromium but a toxic by-product from the aluminum and fertilizer industries. And once it gets in your body, it is not flushed like vitamin C - it stays there," he said. Just how much fluoride are Longmeadow residents ...
The turbulent drama surrounding California Insurance Commissioner Chuck Quackenbush reached a climax on June 28 with the Commissioners resignation from of
ROBIN L. WILSON, COMMISSIONER. The claimant has petitioned for review from the November 22, 1999 Finding and Dismissal of the Commissioner acting for the Fifth District. In that decision the trial commissioner concluded that the claimant did not sustain his burden of proof regarding his claim that he suffered mental stress and physical illness as a result of harassment by his supervisor. In support of his appeal, the claimant contends that the trial commissioner erred by relying upon the opinion of the physician who conducted an independent medical examination of the claimant. We find no error.. In the instant case, the claimant contended at the formal hearing that as a result of harassment by his supervisor, he suffered physical illness and nervous conditions from January through May of 1993, which culminated in a nervous breakdown on or about May 19, 1993.1 The trial commissioner found that the claimant commenced employment with the respondent employer as a claims adjuster in 1982. From 1983 ...
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7) Where a person is acting as Managing Director in the circumstances described in paragraph (1) (b), or as a part-time Commissioner in the circumstances described in paragraph (3) (b), and the office of Managing Director or of that part-time Commissioner, as the case may be, becomes vacant while that person is so acting, then, subject to sub-section (5), that person may continue so to act until the Minister otherwise directs, the vacancy is filled or a period of 12 months from the day on which the vacancy occurred expires, whichever first happens. (8) The appointment of a person under this section ceases to have effect if the person resigns his or her appointment by writing signed by the person and delivered to the Minister.. (9) While a person is acting as Managing Director or as a part-time Commissioner under this section, that person has and may exercise all the powers, and shall perform all the functions, of the Managing Director or that part-time Commissioner, as the case may be. (10) ...
Logan County Commissioner District 2 candidates Michael Bournia and Joe McBride, who will face off in the June 28 primary election, shared their thoughts on a number of county issues at a debate hosted by the Logan County Republicans Tuesday evening at Sterling High School Serving as moderator was Senator Jerry Sonnenberg.
The final part in my series on police agent Micheal Plante is more of a look back by RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson and others involved in the historic investigation.Paulson was the RCMP inspector in charge of B.C. biker investigations in 2003 when Plante and police began to work together.
The final part in my series on police agent Micheal Plante is more of a look back by RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson and others involved in the historic investigation.Paulson was the RCMP inspector in charge of B.C. biker investigations in 2003 when Plante and police began to work together.
Lubbock County commissioners approved Monday morning a contract to design a holding area for prisoners in the courthouse basement.
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Time limitation whether the appeal before the Commissioner (Appeals) was time bar in the fact that director of the respondent company had acknowledged the order in original? Held that it is undisputed fact that when the order was acknowledged by the director of the company the control of the c
Environmentalist: The commissioner of the Fish and Game Authority would have the public believe that increases in the number of marine fish caught demonstrate that ...
A National Bureau of Economic Research study traced the professional activity of 5,000 men for seven years. It found taller participants saw a greater increase in earnings than the shorter ones.
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Moving forward with improved security as part of Auglaize County Courthouse renovations, the Auglaize County commissioners have purchased equipment necessary for those updates.. This week the commissioners approved the purchase of a scanner and magnatometer to place at the single entry point to the courthouse once renovations are complete.. "It wasnt part of our original bid package but its always been budgeted as part of the project," Commissioner Doug Spencer said of the purchase. "Weve always known we needed this and its always been budgeted for. We want to make sure the courthouse is as safe and secure of a courthouse as we can get.". An auto clear model scanner is being purchased from Control Screening for approximately $20,343, the best quote received from several companies, while the Garrett walk-thru magnetometer is being purchased from Event Metal Detectors X-ray machines at a cost of $3,850, also the best bid of several quotes received.. The scanner would be used on items people ...
The importance of good end of life care cannot be overestimated. In the majority of cases, people receive end of life care that is caring and compassionate - but people from certain groups in society may experience poorer quality care because providers and commissioners do not always understand or fully consider their specific needs.
Directed by Paul McCrane. With James Woods, Danielle Panabaker, Sophina Brown, Sarah Carter. An ultimate fighting league champion is dead, and suspects in his death include one of his fellow fighters, and the commissioner of the league.
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for chemical analyses, but a zealout racing commissioner, in an effort to double check, caused samples to be sent to another analyst, who gave this report: five horses (four of whom had raced on the same day), including representatives of prominent stables under the control of reputable trainers, had shown positive for morphine ...
1 WO 2 3 4 5 6 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 7 FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA 8 9 Carl G. Burkin, 10 11 Plaintiff, vs. 12 13 Michael J. Astrue, Commissioner of Social Security, 14 Defendant. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) No. CV-11-446-PHX-SMM MEMORANDUM OF DECISION AND ORDER 15 16 Carl G. Burkin seeks judicial review under 42 U.S.C. §§ 405(g), 1383(c)(3) of the 17 final decision of the Commissioner of Social Security ("Commissioner"), which denied him 18 disability insurance benefits and supplemental security income under the Social Security Act. 19 (Doc. 1.1) Burkin asks this Court to vacate the Commissioners denial. (Doc. 18.) The 20 Commissioner filed his Answering Brief (Doc. 19), and Burkin filed his Reply (Doc. 20). 21 For all of the reasons that follow, the Court finds that the Commissioners decision is neither 22 supported by substantial evidence nor free from harmful legal error. The Court will remand 23 this case to the Commissioner for an award of benefits. 24 25 BACKGROUND Carl ...
Professional Activities Sidney Albert (Emeritus, Philosophy) was advisor to the director and actors of a production of Shaw s Major Barbara by A Noise Within, a professional repertory theater company, Glendale, CA, Oct.-Nov. 1995. Hema Chari (English) presented a paper, Psychoanalysis and Postcolonialism: Nation Identity Self, for the Psychoanalysis and Postcolonialism conference held in Washington, DC, Oct. 12-14, 1995.
Considering the most recent changes in the pension systems in Europe, this article aims to evaluate whether there is any relationship between the employment rates of older cohorts and the employment and unemployment rates in the youngest cohorts of a productive age. Its key finding is that there is no evidence that would indicate that the lower professional activity of older people is accompanied by higher employment and lower unemployment among young people. On the contrary, the study reveals that the higher the labour force participation among the elderly, the better the situation for young cohorts in the labour market. As demonstrated by the results of our empirical research, factors such as unfavourable demographics and the inefficiency of government policy aiming at stimulating the development of the labour market influence the prospects of young people entering this market. Chybalski, Filip; Marcinkiewicz, Edyta
Especially for investigator-initiated research at universities and academic institutions, Internet-based rare disease registries (RDR) are required that integrate electronic data capture (EDC) with automatic image analysis or manual image annotation. We propose a modular framework merging alpha-numerical and binary data capture. In concordance with the Office of Rare Diseases Research recommendations, a requirement analysis was performed based on several RDR databases currently hosted at Uniklinik RWTH Aachen, Germany. With respect to the study management tool that is already successfully operating at the Clinical Trial Center Aachen, the Google Web Toolkit was chosen with Hibernate and Gilead connecting a MySQL database management system. Image and signal data integration and processing is supported by Apache Commons FileUpload-Library and ImageJ-based Java code, respectively. As a proof of concept, the framework is instantiated to the German Calciphylaxis Registry. The framework is composed of ...
In the current study, researchers evaluated the effect of a short message service (SMS) reminder system on STI retesting rates among men who have sex with ...
ECU, Center for Health Services Research and Development, 1997 Eastern North Carolina Health Care Atlas: A Resource for Healthier Communities - 1997 Executive Summary The second edition of the Atlas continues the format and plan of the first. It describes the health care problems, needs, and resources of North Carolinas eastern forty- one counties. The Atlas has been published by East Carolina Universitys Center for Health Services Research and Development as an aid to achieving one of the universitys missions- improving the health care of people in the eastern region of North Carolina. As a monitoring instrument, the Atlas is used at the university to identify where graduates in health sciences are most needed and target applied research. With the publication of the second edition it can now be used as a report card or tool to track trends in rates and make comprehensive comparisons of those rates across counties and regions in research applications. The Atlas may be useful to others ...
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Press Release issued May 30, 2014: The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reports a 44 percent increase in the number of labiaplasty patients over the last year, marking the second most considerable gain in popularity among cosmetic procedures. While a number of reasons are presented for choosing to undergo this type of surgery, the majority of women seem to be pursuing the procedure from a purely aesthetic standpoint. With this in mind, Dr. Edward Jacobson, M.D., OBGYN and Plastic Surgeon, has launched a campaign to educate women on the full scope of this operation.
Cervical cancer is the most common female genital tract carcinoma worldwide. It is increasingly becoming the leading carcinoma seen among women in the developing world. The aim of our study was to showcase the effect of educational intervention on the knowledge of cervical cancer and subsequently the uptake of Pap smear test amongst market women in Niger state, Nigeria. The state has a rich network of markets in all the local government areas because of the fishing activities, bountiful agricultural produce yearly and its situation to the North of the national capital, Abuja. This was a quasi-experimental study conducted in two groups with pre and post intervention data collection. Sample size was determined based on a previous similar study done in Nigeria. Multi stage sampling technique was used for recruiting the study participants. SPSS statistical software was used for data entry, editing and analysis. Respondents knowledge of cervical cancer were comparable at pre-intervention but were ...
The 25 participating township hospitals in two counties of Guangxi province, China, are randomly allocated into one of two groups. The hospitals in the control group continue usual management according to the current national guidelines. The hospitals in the intervention group receive an educational intervention for both clinicians and parents. Clinicians receive antibiotic use guidelines, training on antibiotic use, and an antibiotics use appraisal in the monthly hospital staff meeting. Parents receive specific short messages and printed educational material describing rational antibiotic use during clinical consultations, and videos about rational antibiotic use play in the education area at the hospitals. A questionnaire survey is conducted to see the changes in clinicians knowledge, attitude and practice before and after the intervention in each group. Interviews and group discussions take place to see if this study is feasible and acceptable with the intervention package. Effectiveness is ...
Think asbestos is a problem of the past? If youre one of the many Americans who love getting your hands dirty with a do-it-yourself home renovation, you might want to think again. Decades after it was identified in studies as a serious hazard to human health, asbestos still lurks in the walls, floors, roofs, and insulation of millions of American homes. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), there are numerous places in and around homes that could potentially contain materials made with asbestos. These include insulation, floor coverings, walls and ceilings, pipes, furnaces, appliances, and many more. Over time, asbestos-containing materials can crumble and become reduced to powder. This can present health risks to anyone living in a home containing asbestos, especially when those materials are disturbed during the course of renovation. As the EPA notes, the asbestos fibers that can cause health problems such as mesothelioma and asbestosis (a serious lung disease) are much ...

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To retain credibility with professionals, any established system of performance measurement must be nimble enough to be able to ... the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality ( ... The ACC and AHA also supported measure development efforts by the JCAHO for its new requirement that hospitals measure ... both organizations recognized the need for a common set of measures to accompany those quality improvement activities. The ...
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Medical Centers / Hospitals University Medical Center University Medical Center is a 245-bed, two-campus acute health care ... coupled with assistance from a team of qualified professionals who ensure daily quality standards are met.. The Gardens at ... facility with over 270 physicians on staff and is fully accredited by the State of Tennessee as well as the Joint Commission on ... and Alzheimers Care community offers accommodations for those who may require assistance in their daily living activities. It ...
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Manual for the PAS System - Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities - Google BooksManual for the PAS System - Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities - Google Books

Manual for the PAS System, Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. Author. Commission on Professional and Hospital ... The Commission, 1973 - Hospital records. 0 Reviewshttps://books.google.com/books/about/Manual_for_the_PAS_System.html?id= ... in item entry mark-off items final diagnosis explaining fluid H-ICDA hematocrit hemoglobin HOSPITA1 NUMBER Hospital Activities ... Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. ...
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Professional Activity Study: Report - Commission of Professional and Hospital Activities, inc - Google BooksProfessional Activity Study: Report - Commission of Professional and Hospital Activities, inc - Google Books

Professional Activity Study: Report, Issues 4-30. Commission of Professional and Hospital Activities, inc. Snippet view. ... code PAS-CPHA pathologist patient number patients transfused pital Professional Activity Study Professional and Hospital ... Activity_Study.html?id=kMTUAAAAMAAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareProfessional Activity Study. ... entered in Item Figure Gallbladder gastric graph hematocrit hematology hemoglobin hormones Hospital Activities hospitals ICDA ...
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General Vaccine Acronyms and Abbreviations | CDCGeneral Vaccine Acronyms and Abbreviations | CDC

Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. CRS. Congenital rubella syndrome. CSF. Cerebrospinal fluid. ...
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Surveillance Manual | Front Matter | Vaccine Preventable Disease | CDCSurveillance Manual | Front Matter | Vaccine Preventable Disease | CDC

Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. CRS. Congenital rubella syndrome. CSF. Cerebrospinal fluid. ... Activities focused on monitoring key health indicators in the general population or in special populations. The primary intent ... This manual is designed to provide general guidance regarding surveillance activities for vaccine-preventable diseases. Because ... physicians and other health-care professionals should review the package inserts prepared by the manufacturers to determine ...
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Use of β-blocker therapy in older patients after acute myocardial infarction in Ontario | CMAJUse of β-blocker therapy in older patients after acute myocardial infarction in Ontario | CMAJ

Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. International classification of diseases, ninth revision, clinical ... We identified all patients aged 66 years or more residing in Ontario who were admitted to an acute care hospital between Apr. 1 ... Methods: From a comprehensive hospital discharge database, all people aged 66 years or more in Ontario who survived an acute MI ... There were 19 970 acute care hospital discharges of patients who had had an MI. To avoid misdiagnosing acute MI, we excluded 96 ...
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The Institute of Professional Orientation of Barcelona (1917-1936): an anthropometric study.The Institute of Professional Orientation of Barcelona (1917-1936): an anthropometric study.

Commission On Professional And Hospital Activities. The non-profit, non-governmental organization which collects, processes, ... and distributes data on hospital use. Two programs of the Commission are the Professional Activity Study and the Medical Audit ... Professional Impairment. The inability of a health professional to provide proper professional care of patients due to his or ... Professional Staff Committees. Committees of professional personnel who have responsibility for determining policies, ...
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Ectopic pregnancy surveillance, United States, 1970-1987. - Free Online LibraryEctopic pregnancy surveillance, United States, 1970-1987. - Free Online Library

7. The Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. International classification of diseases, ninth revision, clinical ... The average length of hospital stay for women who had ectopic pregnancies decreased 8%, from 4.1 days in 1986 to 3.8 days in ... The average length of hospital stay for the period 1970-1987 was 5.3 days, and person-days of hospitalization during that ... The ,180,000 medical records included in the 1987 sample were weighted to represent ,33 million hospital admissions (5). For ...
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Surveillance for Ectopic Pregnancy -- United States, 1970-1989Surveillance for Ectopic Pregnancy -- United States, 1970-1989

The Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. International classification of diseases, ninth revision, clinical ... National Hospital Discharge Survey, 1988. In: National Hospital Discharge Survey: annual summary, 1988. Hyattsville, MD: US ... National Hospital Discharge Survey, 1989. In: National Hospital Discharge Survey: annual summary, 1989. Hyattsville, MD: US ... of the hospitals were short-term. The sampling methodology was also changed to include all hospitals with greater than or equal ...
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Øyvind Omland - Publications
     - Aalborg Universitys Research PortalØyvind Omland - Publications - Aalborg University's Research Portal

Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities Ships Heel 2016 4 Citations (Scopus) ... The influence of vessel movements on the energy expenditure of fishermen in relation to activities and occupational tasks on ... Physical-work ability and chronic musculoskeletal complaints are related to leisure-time physical activity: Cross-sectional ... of livestock-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus CC398 in a survey of staff at a regional Danish hospital. ...
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Stuttering: A Brief Review - American Family PhysicianStuttering: A Brief Review - American Family Physician

Ann Arbor, Mich.: Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities, 1978..... 2. Andrews G, Craig A, Feyer AM, Hoddinott S, ... They may not be able to participate fully in school activities, especially those that involve speaking in front of a group. ...
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Classification Systems | Springer for Research & DevelopmentClassification Systems | Springer for Research & Development

Report of the Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, 1978.Google Scholar ... Rochester, NY, University of Rochester and Highland Hospital Family Medicine Program, 1972.Google Scholar ...
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International Classification Of Diseases - 9, Abbreviated TitlesInternational Classification Of Diseases - 9, Abbreviated Titles

CPHA Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities 1968 Green Road Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105 DOCUMENTATION FORMS. File ... The Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities through its affiliated division, the Council on Clinical Classification ... UHDD5 Glasses of Procedures, ICD-9-CM, published by the Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities, Ann Arbor, Michigan ... with the Commission on Professional and Hospital activities to produce certain of these adjunct materials. This contract (HCFA ...
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Annual report of the Bureau of Vital Statistics of the North Carolina State Board of Health :: State PublicationsAnnual report of the Bureau of Vital Statistics of the North Carolina State Board of Health :: State Publications

Volume 1. Diseases; Tabular List . Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities, Ann Arbor, MI, 1980. Grove, R.D.; Hetzel ... Volume 1. Diseases; Tabular List . Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities, Ann Arbor, MI, 1980. Grove, R.D.; Hetzel ... Physical activity, both avocational and occupational, may decrease risk. (10) Individuals with a first-degree relative with ... Physical activity, both avocational and occupational, may decrease risk. (10) Individuals with a first-degree relative with ...
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Annual report of the Bureau of Vital Statistics of the North Carolina State Board of Health :: State PublicationsAnnual report of the Bureau of Vital Statistics of the North Carolina State Board of Health :: State Publications

Volume 1. Diseases; Tabular List . Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities, Ann Arbor, MI, 1980. Grove, R.D.; Hetzel ... Volume 1. Diseases; Tabular List . Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities, Ann Arbor, MI, 1980. Grove, R.D.; Hetzel ... Physical activity, both avocational and occupational, may decrease risk. (10) Individuals with a first-degree relative with ... Physical activity, both avocational and occupational, may decrease risk. (10) Individuals with a first-degree relative with ...
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Association between skin diseases and severe bacterial infections in children: case-control study | BMC Family Practice | Full...Association between skin diseases and severe bacterial infections in children: case-control study | BMC Family Practice | Full...

The first control group was randomly selected from the GP patient lists irrespective of hospital admission and GP consultation ... in cases versus hospital controls. Children younger than three months had an odds ratio (cases/GP controls) of 9.2 (95% CI: [ ... 0.81-106.1], p = 0.07) and 4.0 (95% CI: [0.67-23.9], p = 0.12) among cases versus hospital controls. Although cases consulted ... and the National Medical Registration of all hospital admissions in the Netherlands. Cases were defined as children who were ...
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Sporotrichosis-Associated Hospitalizations, United States, 2000-2013 - Volume 22, Number 10-October 2016 - Emerging Infectious...Sporotrichosis-Associated Hospitalizations, United States, 2000-2013 - Volume 22, Number 10-October 2016 - Emerging Infectious...

... of hospital discharge data from the Professional Activity Study of the Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. Our ... hospital region, season, presence of certain underlying conditions, in-hospital deaths, length of stay, and hospital charges by ... 10.9%; p = 0.006), and the hospital stay was more likely to be longer (6.9 vs. 4.6 days; p,0.001) and costlier (mean charges $ ... These findings may reflect participation in outdoor activities that could expose persons to Sporothrix (4). Although most ...
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ICD-10 codes are a valid tool for identification of pneumonia in hospitalized patients aged ⩾65 yearsICD-10 codes are a valid tool for identification of pneumonia in hospitalized patients aged ⩾65 years

Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities. International Classification of Diseases, 9th Revision, Clinical ... 65 years from two major teaching hospitals (Royal Melbourne Hospital and Western Hospital Footscray) for the period 1 April ... Hospital Practice (Office Edition) 1998; 33: 123-133.. Metlay, JP, et al. Influence of age on symptoms at presentation in ... Hospital records for the selected admission were reviewed for notation of pneumonia as a diagnosis considered probable by the ...
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CHAPTER 59CHAPTER 59

The Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities found that, in 1969, about 9,000 women were admitted to hospitals across ... Description of Activity Probability of Death. Heart Disease 22.5% (1 out of 4). All cancers, except breast cancer 13.3% (1 out ... In-Hospital Maternal Mortality in the United States: Time Trends and Relation to Method of Delivery. Obstetrics & Gynecology, ... Nehorayoff Professional. Discipline. Jane Roe No. 18 (Patient F) 12/15/89 New York City Andre Commissioners Nehorayoff Order ...
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List of MeSH codes (N05) - WikipediaList of MeSH codes (N05) - Wikipedia

Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities MeSH N05.700.520 --- nursing audit MeSH N05.700.675 --- professional review ... hospital costs MeSH N05.300.380 --- health care reform MeSH N05.300.385 --- health expenditures MeSH N05.300.400 --- health ... professional MeSH N05.350.340.080 --- codes of ethics MeSH N05.350.340.080.249 --- helsinki declaration MeSH N05.350.340.080. ... hospital records MeSH N05.715.360.300.715.500 --- medical records MeSH N05.715.360.300.715.500.500 --- medical record linkage ...
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Definition of a core set of quality indicators for the assessment of HIV/AIDS clinical care: a systematic review | BMC Health...Definition of a core set of quality indicators for the assessment of HIV/AIDS clinical care: a systematic review | BMC Health...

Search Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities[MeSH Terms]. 206. #51. Search Commission on Professional and Hospital ... De Vos M, Graafmans W, Kooistra M, Meijboom B, Van Der Voort P, Westert G: Using quality indicators to improve hospital care: a ... We found 50 process indicators that assess different aspects of HIV/AIDS hospital care. Wollersheim et al. [9] say that there ... Alemayehu YK, Bushen OY, Muluneh AT: Evaluation of HIV/AIDS clinical care quality: the case of a referral hospital in North ...
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    Results of search for su:{Disease.}WHO HQ Library catalog › Results of search for 'su:{Disease.}'

Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities, 1978Other title: ICD-9-CM..Availability: Items available for loan: WHO HQ [ ... by Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities Material type: Book; Format: print Publisher: Ann Arbor, Mich. : ... Hospital morbidity = Morbidité hospitalière. by Statistics Canada Material type: Book; Format: print Publisher: Ottawa, Ont. : ...
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Dr. Cares: Technical ArticleDr. Cares: Technical Article

1. Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities: Length of Stay by Operation, United States, Northeastern Region, 1984. ... According to the Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities (1), the mean length of stay for simple lumbar disc ... aAbbreviations: MRWH = Milford-Whitinsville Regional Hospital; NWH = Newton-Wellesley Hospital; WWH = Waltham-Weston Hospital. ... Departments of Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Neurology, and Anesthesiology, Newton- Wellesley Hospital, Newton, Massachusetts ...
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Cat-Scratch Disease in the United States, 2005-2013 - Volume 22, Number 10-October 2016 - Emerging Infectious Diseases journal ...Cat-Scratch Disease in the United States, 2005-2013 - Volume 22, Number 10-October 2016 - Emerging Infectious Diseases journal ...

used records from the Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities (1983-1989) and the National Hospital Discharge Survey ... analysis of hospital databases (45%-50%) (6). This difference is surprising given that the MarketScan databases include ... Costs of inpatient medications were incorporated into the total payments for hospital stay. Outpatient prescriptions were ... limiting hunting activity of cats may reduce risk for human infection. Educational efforts should focus on cat owners, ...
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  • The first control group was randomly selected from the GP patient lists irrespective of hospital admission and GP consultation. (biomedcentral.com)
  • Hence, for this reason, we hypothesize that children who were admitted to hospital due to sepsis or bacteraemia suffered more often from skin diseases, especially skin infections, and therefore visited their GP for this reason more often prior to their admission compared to their controls. (biomedcentral.com)
  • 13 16 - 18 Meaningful comparison of hospital death rates requires adjustments for severity of illness, length of hospital stay, age, diagnosis, and type of admission. (bmj.com)
  • Only 21% of highly selected elderly Medicaid recipients in New Jersey, 3 19% of seniors in a hospital-based geriatric practice and 8% of older people admitted to a nursing home 4 received the benefit of β-blocker therapy after MI. (cmaj.ca)
  • Before 1988, the NHDS, which is conducted annually, sampled approxi- mately 400 nonfederal, short-stay hospitals representing all 50 states and the District of Columbia. (cdc.gov)
  • This manual is designed to provide general guidance regarding surveillance activities for vaccine-preventable diseases. (cdc.gov)
  • This manual was first developed in 1996 to provide general guidance to state and local health department personnel who are involved in surveillance activities for vaccine-preventable diseases. (cdc.gov)
  • The IOP during its activity years (1917- 1935) advised youngsters of the city (mainly 13-19 y.) in their job seeking process. (bioportfolio.com)
  • We found odds ratios for skin related GP consultations of 3.4 (95% CI: [1.1-10. p = 0.03) in cases versus GP controls and 1.4 (95% CI: [0.5-3. p = 0.44) in cases versus hospital controls. (biomedcentral.com)