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[Social considerations affecting acceptance of HPV vaccination in Colombia. A systematic review].

To identify social factors influencing the acceptance of human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination in the Colombian population before and after the unexpected and poorly defined event of unknown etiology which occurred in 2014.
Francisco Palencia-Sánchez, Sandra Johanna Echeverry-Coral

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[Acceptability and safety of the menstrual cup: A systematic review of the literature].

To conduct a systematic review of the literature and assess the acceptability and safety of the menstrual cup as a feminine hygiene product.
Camilo Arenas-Gallo, Gabriela Ramírez-Rocha, Laura González-Hakspiel, Catalina Merlano-Alcendra, Daniela Palomino-Suárez, Santiago Rueda-Espinel

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#32770854   2020/08/08 To Up

Clinical trial to test the efficacy of melatonin in COVID-19.

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Dario Acuña-Castroviejo, Germaine Escames, Juan C Figueira, Pedro de la Oliva, Alberto M Borobia, Carlos Acuña-Fernández

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#32770851   2020/08/08 To Up

Real-world long-term effectiveness of ustekinumab in Crohn's disease: results from the ENEIDA registry.

Data on the long-term administration of ustekinumab in recommended doses are limited.
Marisa Iborra, Belén Beltrán, Agnes Fernández-Clotet, Eva Iglesias-Flores, Pablo Navarro, Montserrat Rivero, Ana Gutiérrez, Mónica Sierra-Ausin, Francisco Mesonero, Rocío Ferreiro-Iglesias, Joaquín Hinojosa, Xavier Calvet, Beatriz Sicilia, Carlos González-Muñoza, Beatriz Antolín, María González-Vivo, Ana Y Carbajo, Santiago García-López, Albert Martín-Cardona, Gerard Surís, María Dolores Martin-Arranz, Ruth de Francisco, Fiorella Cañete, Eugeni Domènech, Pilar Nos,

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#32770850   2020/08/08 To Up

Respiratory and atopic conditions in children two to four years after the 2014 Hazelwood coalmine fire.

To evaluate associations between exposure during early life to mine fire smoke and parent-reported indicators of respiratory and atopic illness 2-4 years later.
Gabriela A Willis, Kate Chappell, Stephanie Williams, Shannon M Melody, Amanda Wheeler, Marita Dalton, Shyamali C Dharmage, Graeme R Zosky, Fay H Johnston

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#32770847   2020/08/08 To Up

The Segond fracture occurs at the site of lowest sub-entheseal trabecular bone volume fraction on the tibial plateau.

In a series of human cadaveric experiments, Dr. Paul Segond first described the avulsion injury occurring at the anterolateral tibial plateau that later took his name. The fracture is thought to arise as a consequence of excessive tibia internal rotation which often also elicits damage to other connective tissue of the knee. The exact mechanism behind the avulsion is, however, unclear. A number of ligamentous structures have been proposed in separate studies to insert into the Segond fragment. Suggestions include the iliotibial band (ITB), biceps femoris and the controversial 'anterolateral ligament' (ALL). Despite increasing knowledge of tibial plateau bony microarchitecture in both healthy and disease states, no studies have yet, to our knowledge, considered the role of tibial sub-entheseal bone structure in pathogenesis of the Segond fracture. The goal of this study was thus to elucidate the differences in trabecular properties at regions across the tibial plateau in order to provide an explanation for the susceptibility of the anterolateral region to avulsion injury. Twenty human tibial plateaus from cadaveric donors were dissected and imaged using a Nikon-XTH225-μCT scanner with <80 μm isotropic voxel size. Scans were reconstructed using MicroView 3D Image Viewer and Analysis Tool. Subsequent virtual biopsy at ten anatomically defined regions of interest (ROI) generated estimates of bone volume fraction ('bone volume divided by total volume' (BV/TV)). The overall mean BV/TV value across all 20 tibiae and all 10 ROIs was 0.271. Univariate repeated-measurements ANOVA demonstrated that BV/TV values differed between ROIs. BV/TV values at the Segond site (Sα, Sβ or Sγ) were lower than all other ROIs at 0.195, 0.192 and 0.193, respectively. This suggests that, notwithstanding inter- and intra-specimen variation, the Segond site tends to have a lower trabecular bone volume fraction than entheseal sites elsewhere on the tibia. Since BV/TV correlates with tensile and torsional strength, the lower BV/TV at the Segond site could equate to a region of local weakness in certain individuals which predisposes them to an avulsion injury following the application of force from excessive internal rotation. The low BV/TV recorded at the Segond site also challenges the idea that the fracture occurs due to pull from a discrete 'anterolateral ligament', as the tension exerted focally would be expected to elicit a hypertrophic response in line with Frost's Mechanostat hypothesis. Our data would instead agree with the aforementioned reports of the fibrous band at the Segond site being part of a broader insertion of an 'anterolateral complex'.
William Mullins, Gavin E Jarvis, Daniel Oluboyede, Linda Skingle, Ken Poole, Tom Turmezei, Cecilia Brassett

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#32770846   2020/08/08 To Up

Dyskalemias in patients with acute kidney injury presenting to the emergency department are common and independent predictors of adverse outcome.

No data concerning the prevalence and risk factors of dyskalemia in acute kidney injury (AKI) exists. We investigated A.) prevalence rates, B.) risk factors and C.) outcome of hypo- and hyperkalemia in emergency patients.
Svenja Ravioli, Emanuel Pluess, Georg-Christian Funk, Philipp Walter, Christoph Schwarz, Aristomenis K Exadaktylos, Bertram K Woitok, Gregor Lindner

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#32770845   2020/08/08 To Up

Development and validation of a Score to Assess Risk of Medication Errors detected during medication reconciliation process at admission in Internal Medicine Unit: SCOREM study.

Medication errors (ME) can be reduced through preventive strategies such as medication reconciliation. Such strategies are often limited by human resources and need targeting high risk patients.
Y Audurier, C Roubille, F Manna, L Zerkowski, M Faucanie, V Macioce, A Castet-Nicolas, A Jalabert, M Villiet, P Fesler, L Lohan-Descamps, C Breuker

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#32770843   2020/08/08 To Up

The perspectives of physicians regarding antidiabetic therapy de-intensification and factors affecting their treatment choices- A cross-sectional study.

Comprehensive diabetes management may include treatment intensification or the administration of antidiabetic combination therapy. However, this may be associated with an increased risk of adverse events and death. The aim of this study is to understand physicians' perspectives regarding treatment de-intensification, HbA1c goals individualisation, and factors affecting their treatment choice for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).
Abdallah Y Naser, Zahra Alsairafi, Hassan Alwafi, Fawaz Mohammad Turkistani, Nedaa Saud Bokhari, Badi Alenazi, Eman Zmaily Dahmash, Hamad S Alyami

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#32770833   2020/08/08 To Up

Massively Parallel Sequencing of STRs Using a 29-plex Panel Reveals Stutter Sequence Characteristics.

Massively parallel sequencing of forensic short tandem repeats (STRs) simultaneously provides length-based genotypes and core repeat sequences as well as flanking sequence variations. Here, we report primer sequences and concentrations of a next generation sequencing (NGS)-based in-house panel covering 28 autosomal STR loci (CSF1PO, D1GATA113, D1S1627, D1S1656, D1S1677, D2S441, D2S1776, D3S3053, D5S818, D6S474, D6S1017, D6S1043, D8S1179, D9S2157, D10S1435, D11S4463, D13S317, D14S1434, D16S539, D18S51, D18S853, D20S482, D20S1082, D22S1045, FGA, TH01, TPOX, vWA) and the sex determinant locus Amelogenin. Preliminary evaluation experiments showed that the panel yielded intralocus- and interlocus-balanced sequencing data with a sensitivity as low as 62.5 pg input DNA. A total of 203 individuals from Yunnan Bai population were sequenced with this panel. Comparative forensic genetic analyses showed that sequence-based matching probability of this 29-plex panel reached 2.37 × 10 , which was 23 times lower than the length-based data. Compound stutter sequences of eight STRs were compared with parental alleles. For seven loci, repeat motif insertions or deletions occurred in the longest uninterrupted repeat sequences (LUS). However, LUS and non-LUS stutters co-existed in the locus D6S474 with different sequencing depth ratios. These results supplemented our current knowledge of forensic STR stutters, and provided a sound basis for DNA mixture deconvolution. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Hao Wu, Ai-Cen Ji, Yi-Cheng Liu, Ke-Lai Kang, Chi Zhang, Zhi-Wen Li, An-Quan Ji, Jian Ye, Sheng-Jie Nie, Le Wang

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