An intensive social cognitive intervention delivered by a multidisciplinary team may lead to improvements in health-related quality of life, depressive symptoms, and autonomy in patients with chronic pain, according to a study published in the Journal of Pain Research.
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In this study, researchers evaluated the potential safety impact of using a simple color-coded tray for anesthetic drug preparation and storage. Assessment included observation of 30 cases as well as 20 semi structured interviews with the anesthetists using the rainbow trays.
A study showed that with considerable variation between states, family physicians out of training report high rates of emotional exhaustion and depersonalization, symptoms of burnout. High rates of burnout among new family physicians are concerning and significant state-level variation suggests that state-related factors may contribute to or reduce burnout.
According to this study, researchers from the Queen Mary University of London have identified a new mechanism in which adhesive structures within the cells of the heart sense stiffness through muscle contractions and resting tension at the same time. The study, published in Developmental Cell.
A new potential therapeutic agent, diphenyleneiodonium chloride (DPI) works as an inhibitor of Vitamin B2 and effectively switches off cancer stem cells, preventing their proliferation, researchers reported in the journal Aging.
Information on the hemoglobin status of pregnant and lactating mothers was scarce. The objectives of this study were to determine the burden and determinants of anemia in the pregnant and lactating mother.
A new study reported that Samples collected with microFLOQ® swabs and direct amplification of DNA with GlobalFiler™ Express appears to allow for low quantities of DNA to be typed in a facile and expeditious manner. The results of the study potentially may have important implications for the analysis of low quantity and/or degraded samples that plague forensic casework.
In a new study, researchers showed some 5,000 older people in the UK has shown that rates of long-term cognitive decline are steeper in those who have diabetes compared with people with normal blood sugar control, and that efforts to delay the onset of diabetes and/or control blood sugar levels might prevent subsequent progression of brain function decline.
The study has published in Diabetologia, the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD).
M3DICINE Inc, designers of intelligent medical devices, today announced the launch of Stethee, the world’s first AI-enabled stethoscope system. With a revolutionary new design that works as easily as a traditional stethoscope,
Birth control is the conscious control of the birth rate by methods which temporarily prevent conception by interfering with the normal process of ovulation, fertilization, and implantation.
A strain of bacteria commonly found in milk and beef may be a trigger for developing rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in people who are genetically at risk, according to a new study published in the journal Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology.
A new study has declared that Nanoparticles that transport medicines to a specific part of the human body are usually broken down in the liver prematurely. Jeroen Bussmann from Leiden University has discovered a new method to prevent this from happening. The study has published in ACS Nano.