Rotavirus Vaccination Does Not Increase Type 1 Diabetes and May Decrease Celiac Disease in Children and Adolescents
Conclusions: RV vaccination using RotaTeq did not alter the occurrence of DM1 but decreased the prevalence of CD in childhood and adolescence. We propose that wild-type RV may trigger CD and the triggering effect can be prevented or reduced by RV vaccination.
CONCLUSION: recommendations emphasize isolation, proper rest, sleep, nutrition, hydration, medications, and in the more severe cases, oxygen support, monitoring of vital signs, emotional support, and multiprofessional and individualized care. Medications should be used with caution due to a lack of evidence. Future research is needed to analyze the impact of the infection at the beginning of pregnancy and the psychological aspects of pregnant women infected with the virus. PMID: 32609284 [PubMed - in process]
CONCLUSION: it became evident that palliative care in primary health care has been gradually developed, but it is necessary to consider the organization of primary health care and the social policies that support or weaken it, being considered a complex challenge. PMID: 32609270 [PubMed - in process]
Publication date: Available online 2 July 2020Source: Journal of Theoretical BiologyAuthor(s): KM Ariful Kabir, Jun Tanimoto
Publication date: 15 October 2020Source: Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Volume 321Author(s): Jing Wang, Li Jiang, Lianjing Zhao, Fangmeng Liu, Rui You, Zijie Yang, Junming He, Tong Liu, Chuan Zhang, Chenguang Wang, Xishuang Liang, Peng Sun, Geyu Lu
CONCLUSIONS: in this theoretical reflection, we argue that in order to promote health equity and quality of care in the Unified Health System (Brazilian SUS) it is important to translate scientific knowledge to various practice settings and create opportunities for exchange with users of this knowledge, such as health professionals, managers, policy makers, patients, family members and other stakeholders. PMID: 32609213 [PubMed - in process]
; SPC Abstract OBJECTIVE: to report the "Talent Workshop: Art Therapy Connects the Group". METHOD: this is an experience report of a workshop developed in November 2018, in 3 meetings, at the Family Clinic setting - Rio de Janeiro. Twenty-eight users participated, including diabetics and health professionals. In the first meeting, dynamics was used for presentation. At the second meeting, the circular process and peer education were used to address issues related to diabetes, in addition to exposing talent to workshop participants. At the third meeting, there was exposure of talents to every health ...
CONCLUSION: discharge planning based on the NIC improves the NOC score and may interfere in the health outcomes. PMID: 32609201 [PubMed - in process]
CONCLUSIONS Most of the young (≤50 years of age) CHD patients had poor management of risk factors and better controlling these risk factors would be helpful for the primary and secondary prevention of premature CHD in Guangdong province. PMID: 32608384 [PubMed - in process]
Publication date: Available online 3 July 2020Source: Meta GeneAuthor(s): Esmat Ashour, Weaam Gouda, Lamiaa Mageed, Mie Afify, Waleed Hamimy, Yehia M. Shaker
Next week, we’ll be wrapping up Coronapod in its current form. Please fill out our short survey to let us know your thoughts on the show.In this episode:02:15 Simulating pandemicsResearchers have run numerous military-style simulations to predict the consequences of fictitious viral outbreaks. We discuss how these simulations work, what recommendations come out of them and if any of these warnings have been heeded.24:08 One good thingOur hosts pick out things that have made them smile in the last week, including audience feedback, the official end of the Ebola outbreak in the northeastern Democratic Republic of the C...