Seasonal Variation Of Hip Fractures In Patients With Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, 2022 University of Nebraska Medical Center, Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
Seasonal Variation Of Hip Fractures In Patients With Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, Steven D. Curry, Pooja M. Varman, Alessandro Carotenuto, Justin C. Siebler, Jonathan L. Hatch
Graduate Medical Education Research Journal
Introduction: Seasonal variation of benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) presentation has been reported, with higher rates of presentation in months associated with times of lower serum vitamin D levels. The purpose of this study was to examine the association between the timing of hip fracture in patients with BPPV.
Methods: A retrospective review (2013 to 2019) of adult patients was performed at a tertiary care academic center to identify patients with hip fracture due to ground level fall (ICD-10 code S72) and a previously established diagnosis of vestibular disorder (ICD-10 codes H81-83, A88.1, and R42). Included patients were matched ...
Podium Persentation: Trauma-Informed Care In Palliative Care, 2022 Providence St. Peter
Podium Persentation: Trauma-Informed Care In Palliative Care, Amber Piranio
2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference
No abstract provided.
Stop The Stroke: An Analysis Into The Role Of Gender And Pmh In Stroke Symptom Recognition, 2022 The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Stop The Stroke: An Analysis Into The Role Of Gender And Pmh In Stroke Symptom Recognition, Shuaibahmed M. Arab, Kelsey Baker
MEDI 8127 Scholarly Activities Pre-Clerkship
A cerebral vascular accident, also known as a stroke, is an event in which blood flow to a brain region is disrupted. This disruption leads to loss of perfusion which results in brain tissue death.
The best combat against a stroke and its long-term effects/death is timely interventions. This requires quick symptom recognition by patients and presentation to an emergency department. However, stroke remains the 5th most common cause of CVD-related death. With an incidence of 40% across the United States, stroke events have been identified as an actionable goal by Healthy People 2030; with the goal of decreasing ...
Assessment Of Trauma-Informed Care Knowledge Among Caregivers In An Inpatient Mental Health Unit, 2022 Providence St. Patrick
Assessment Of Trauma-Informed Care Knowledge Among Caregivers In An Inpatient Mental Health Unit, Katie Rhea, Loni Conley, Jeremy Williams, Kathryn Wiltfong, Teresa Bigand
2022 Providence Nurse Research Conference
Background: Research suggests exposure to traumatic events is extremely common. Furthermore, risk of developing chronic health conditions or engaging harmful behaviors such as substance use later in life increases with more frequent exposure to traumatic events, especially during childhood. Best evidence recommends delivery of health care using a Trauma Informed Care (TIC) approach to improve outcomes such as anxiety or depression. This care approach guides healthcare providers on interactions with patients centered on the tenets of (1) safety, (2) trustworthiness, (3) peer support, (4) collaboration, (5) empowerment and choice, and (6) cultural, historical, and sex issues. On one inpatient mental ...
Predictive Factors For Length Of Hospital Stay In Pediatric Dog Bite Patients, 2022 Wayne State University School of Medicine
Predictive Factors For Length Of Hospital Stay In Pediatric Dog Bite Patients, Dominic Alessio-Bilowus, Nishant Kumar, Elika Ridelman Ph.D, Christina Shanti Md
Medical Student Research Symposium
Title: Predictive Factors for Length of Hospital Stay in Pediatric Dog Bite Patients
Authors: Alessio-Bilowus D1, Kumar N2, Ridelman E1, Shanti C2
1Wayne State University, Detroit, MI; 2Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit, MI
Introduction: Dog bite injuries are a source of significant morbidity in the United States, with children being at increased risk compared to adults, yet there is a lack of published data on factors affecting hospital length of stay (LOS) in pediatric patients.
Methods: A full-text retrospective chart review was conducted of all patients presenting to our urban, academic pediatric surgery ...
Effective Therapies And Nursing Approaches: Improving Cognition In Older Adult Stroke Patients, 2022 Dominican University of California
Effective Therapies And Nursing Approaches: Improving Cognition In Older Adult Stroke Patients, Selyna Baltazar
Nursing | Senior Theses
Ischemic stroke occurs in thousands of older adults throughout the year. Due to the lack of oxygen entering the brain, many patients experience a decline in cognitive function due to ischemic stroke. Cognition is the ability to understand, learn, and remember information which is needed for completing daily tasks. Modern technology has allowed for patients to survive ischemic strokes but has yet to provide proper screening tools and methods for stroke-related cognitive impairment.
To investigate the best practices for identifying, treating, and caring for patients with a cognitive injury related to a stroke. A review of the research ...
Improving The Quality Of Burn Care Through Implementation Of The American Burn Association Competencies, 2022 Sacred Heart University
Improving The Quality Of Burn Care Through Implementation Of The American Burn Association Competencies, Laura Ritter
Background and Significance: Specialty certification is an important method to demonstrate that nurses possess training, expert knowledge, and skill in a specialty field. The American Burn Association (ABA) and the Burn Nurse Competency Initiative (BNCI) developed 11 competencies that specify the training, expert knowledge, and skills that nurses require for all aspects of burn nursing practice. The ABA and Board of Certification of Emergency Nurses are in the process of developing a burn certification for nurses. They suggest that all burn units begin to adopt these competencies to ensure consistent and competent care.
Purpose: To adopt the ABA burn competencies ...
Age Moderates The Effect Of Injury Severity On Functional Trajectories In Traumatic Brain Injury: A Study Using The Nidilrr Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems National Dataset., 2022 Nursing Service, Corporal Michael J. Crescenz Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA; M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing, Villanova University, Villanova, PA 19085, USA
Age Moderates The Effect Of Injury Severity On Functional Trajectories In Traumatic Brain Injury: A Study Using The Nidilrr Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems National Dataset., Laraine Winter, Janell L Mensinger, Helene J Moriarty, Keith M Robinson, Michelle Mckay, Benjamin E Leiby
Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics Faculty Papers
Age is a risk factor for a host of poor outcomes following traumatic brain injury (TBI), with some evidence suggesting that age is also a source of excess disability. We tested the extent to which age moderates the effect of injury severity on functional trajectories over 15 years post injury. Data from 11,442 participants from the 2020 National Institute of Disability and Independent Living Rehabiitation Research (NIDILRR) Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems (TBIMS) National Dataset were analyzed using linear mixed effects models. Injury severity was operationally defined using a composite of Glasgow Coma Scale scores, structural imaging findings, and ...
Sitting, 2022 Advocate Aurora Health
Sitting, John Brill
Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
A family physician volunteers for a hospital shift as a patient sitter and reflects on the experience in this creative writing article. Freed from clinical responsibilities in a hospital setting, sitting and observing the patient’s interactions with health care professionals and staff reinforced the importance of human connection to recovery.
Post-Intensive Care Syndrome Prevention And Detection In Covid-19 Patients, 2022 University of Lynchburg
Post-Intensive Care Syndrome Prevention And Detection In Covid-19 Patients, Bethany Sloane Melega
Student Scholar Showcase
COVID-19 has impacts on patient health beyond the hospital. The trauma that patients, and families of patients, can experience during an admission to an intensive care unit (ICU) can last long after discharge from the ICU and the hospital in general. The psychological and physical impacts of ICU hospitalization can cause patients to experience Post Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS). PICS is the culmination of symptoms that persist after a critical illness that involve all aspects of a patient’s physical and mental well-being and can significantly affect family life and increase recovery time. Due to the strict personal-protective equipment (PPE ...
Maximising Access To Timely Trauma Care Across Population Of Karachi And Its Districts: A Geospatial Approach To Develop A Trauma Care Network, 2022 Global Health Directorate, Indus Health Network, Karachi, Pakistan
Maximising Access To Timely Trauma Care Across Population Of Karachi And Its Districts: A Geospatial Approach To Develop A Trauma Care Network, Muhammad Nabeel Ashraf, Mohammad Salman Khalil, Ahwaz Akhtar, Lubna Samad, Asad Latif
Department of Anaesthesia
Objectives: To develop and propose a cost-effective trauma care network for Karachi, Pakistan, by calculating maximum timely trauma care (TTC) coverage achieved with the addition of potential designated private and public level 1 and level 2 trauma centres (TCs).
Setting: A lower middle-income country metropolis, Karachi is Pakistan's largest city with a population of 16 million and a total of 56 hospitals as per government registry data.
Participants: 41 potential TCs selected using a two-level, contextually-relevant TC designation criteria adapted from various international guidelines.
Primary and secondary outcome measures: Maximum TTC coverage achievable with the addition of potential TCs ...
Association Of Trauma Center Designation With Postdischarge Survival Among Older Adults With Injuries, 2022 Brigham and Women's Hospital
Association Of Trauma Center Designation With Postdischarge Survival Among Older Adults With Injuries, Molly P. Jarman, Ginger Jin, Joel S. Weissman, Arlene S. Ash, Jennifer Tjia, Ali Salim, Adil Haider, Zara Cooper
Section of General Surgery
Importance: Trauma centers improve outcomes for young patients with serious injuries. However, most injury-related hospital admissions and deaths occur in older adults, and it is not clear whether trauma center care provides the same benefit in this population.
Objective: To examine whether 30- and 365-day mortality of injured older adults is associated with the treating hospital's trauma center level.
Design, setting, and participants: This prospective, population-based cohort study used Medicare claims data from January 1, 2013, to December 31, 2016, for all fee-for-service Medicare beneficiaries 66 years or older with inpatient admission for traumatic injury in 2014 to 2015 ...
Does Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Reduce Surgical Site Infection Rates In The Trauma Patient? A Southeast Asian Experience., Chenghan Wu, Kelvin Kah Ho Lor, Eugene Weiren Yang, Allan Shao Hui Ng
The trauma patient has an increased susceptibility to postoperative surgical site infection (SSI). There is a lack of studies in the literature investigating the rates of SSI in minimally invasive spine (MIS) surgery for trauma patients with thoracolumbar fractures with other concomitant injuries. We aim to investigate if MIS surgery for trauma patients reduces the incidence of SSI through a less invasive approach and smaller surgical incision.
A case series of 30 trauma patients who underwent MIS surgery for thoracolumbar spine fractures at our center were followed up for a year. The primary outcome measured was the ...
Attitudes Among Healthcare Professionals Towards Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation During Covid-19., 2022 George Washington University
Attitudes Among Healthcare Professionals Towards Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation During Covid-19., Safinaz Al-Shiakh, Quincy K Tran, Amy Caggiula, Ivan Berezowski, Basma Barnawi, Ali Pourmand
Emergency Medicine Faculty Publications
No abstract provided.
Manual Loop In Laparoscopic Appendectomy: A Retrospective Cohort Study And Literature Review, Priyanka Ramesh, Aniqa Saeed, Muniza Nusrat, Sehrish Batool, Hina Khan, Ghulam Murtaza
Section of Urology
Objectives: To determine the incidence of complications [Surgical site infection (SSI), intra-abdominal abscess (IAA), stump leak] related to stump ligation with manual loop of sliding extracorporeal suture knot in laparoscopic appendectomy.
Methods: This cohort study was conducted on patients who underwent laparoscopic appendectomy from June 2014 to November 2020 performed by the same surgeon with almost similar technique. Stump was ligated with manual loops, applied by the surgeon or trainee or both (one by surgeon and other by trainee). SSI and IAA were classified according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) criteria.
Results: Total 120 patients were included ...
Maternal Wellness: Self, Matrescence, Obstetric Violence, And Self-Care, 2022 The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Maternal Wellness: Self, Matrescence, Obstetric Violence, And Self-Care, Vanessa V. Vales-Lewis
Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects
In this dissertation, I engage in a self-study through an examination of my experience of matrescence (i.e., the transition to motherhood). I discuss my praxis in the development of a self-study on maternal wellness as it applies to my well-being as both a researcher and the researched. In Chapter 1, I preface this study by highlighting critical scholars and the bricoleurs who have been foundational in my undertaking of this work on a narrative study on maternal wellness. Using bricolage as part of a research methodological framework that involved key scholarly methodologies of authentic inquiry, emergence and contingence, and ...
Bedside Diagnosis Of Hemoperitoneum By Characteristics Of Fluid Visualized On Focused Assessment With Sonography In Trauma Exam In A Patient In Non-Traumatic Shock, Margarita S. Popova, Khai-El Johnson, Daniel R. King, Megan T. Quintana, Kendarius Talton, Keith S. Boniface
Emergency Medicine Faculty Publications
No abstract provided.
Changes In Patterns And Outcomes Of Trauma Patients After Betterment In Law And Order Situation Of The City, Sabah Uddin Saqib, Hasnain Zafar
Section of General Surgery
Objective: To assess the impact of the law and order situation of a city on the pattern of traumatic injuries and the overall outcomes of trauma victims.
Methods: The retrospective study of prospective trauma surgery data was done at Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi, and comprised data of patients with torso injuries before the improvement of law and order situation from January 2012 to March 2013 in Group A, and of those with similar injuries after the law and order situation improved in the city from January 2018 to March 2019 in Group B. The required data was collected by ...
Visual Rehabilitation As A Treatment Tool For Collegiate Athletes Post-Mtbi To Improve Return To Sport Outcomes, Maria Asimakis
Featured Student Work
Introduction: Fifty percent of the 46 000 concussions seen in Canada are sports related, with post-concussive syndrome (PCS) impacting up to 30% of those patients. Individuals who experience PCS will often report headaches, dizziness, and blurred vision with visual disturbances reported in 20-85% depending on the nature of the visual deficit. A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and results from an external insult leading to axonal shearing of nerve fibers, which are responsible for the signs and symptoms experienced. Current best practice in treatment involves initial rest followed by increasing aerobic activity as well as visual ...
A Literature Resource For Those Supporting Patients With Autism Spectrum Disorder And Cancer, 2022 Eastern Kentucky University
A Literature Resource For Those Supporting Patients With Autism Spectrum Disorder And Cancer, Kaylee James
Psychology Doctoral Specialization Projects
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that impacts both social interaction and patterns of behavior. ASD is rooted in genetic, biological, and environmental causes. Cancer begins when cells grow out of control and there is also a genetic and biological cause of cancer. There is an overlap between the genetic and biological causes of ASD and cancer. As a result, evidence supports an increased risk of developing some types of cancer as well as protective factors for some times of cancer for individuals with ASD. Therefore, individuals with ASD may be at a heightened risk to develop cancer ...