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The Effects Of Music Therapy On Pediatric Patients With Congenital Heart Defects In The Pre And Postoperative Setting, Janelle Marie Choy Dec 2024

The Effects Of Music Therapy On Pediatric Patients With Congenital Heart Defects In The Pre And Postoperative Setting, Janelle Marie Choy

Nursing | Student Research Posters

Congenital heart defects is a prominent medical occurrence especially in pediatrics. These defects often require surgeries and extensive treatment plans. These treatment plans often include invasive surgeries and extensive treatment plans which can require long recovery times along with potential surgical complications. This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of music therapy on pediatric patients with congenital heart defects in the pre and postoperative setting and how music therapy can be implemented in treatment plans to yield effective recovery results for these patients. This research is significant as elevated vital signs and preoperative anxiety are associated with an increased need …


Social Needs Risk And Patient Outcomes With Supportive Oncology Care, Rebecca Cammy, Lcsw, Joshua Banks, Ma Feb 2024

Social Needs Risk And Patient Outcomes With Supportive Oncology Care, Rebecca Cammy, Lcsw, Joshua Banks, Ma

Department of Medical Oncology Posters

Objective

This study utilized social risk data in the electronic heath record collected in routine clinical practice and examined relationships with supportive oncology care contacts and patient outcomes.


Intouch Week Of February 19, 2024, New York Medical College Feb 2024

Intouch Week Of February 12, 2024, New York Medical College Feb 2024

Intouch Week Of February 5, 2024, New York Medical College Feb 2024

Birds, Bats And Minds. Tales Of A Revolutionary Scientist: Donald R. Griffin. Volume Three, Carolyn A. Ristau Feb 2024

Birds, Bats And Minds. Tales Of A Revolutionary Scientist: Donald R. Griffin. Volume Three, Carolyn A. Ristau

eBooks

In this three-volume biography, we revisit the life and accomplishments of the revolutionary scientist, Donald R. Griffin. He encountered a lifetime of initial hostile resistance to his ideas and studies; now they are largely accepted. He and a colleague discovered the phenomenon of echolocation used by bats to navigate and capture insects, proposed that birds navigate guided by such cues as the sun and stars, and suggested that animals are likely aware, thinking and feeling beings. Forty interviews with his colleagues and friends help us understand the young emerging scientist and the mature researcher. We learn about his and others’ …


Inspire : Vol 7 Issue 2, Department Of Medicine Feb 2024

Inspire : Vol 7 Issue 2, Department Of Medicine

INSPIRE

  • Message from the Chair
  • Medicine at National and International Forum
  • IHME (University of Washington) team members AKU visit By M Hassan Raja & Asim Shai
  • Revolutionizing Skin Health Education through Moulage
  • ID section | Consultative meeting
  • What Academics Are Reading?
  • Upcoming events


February 2024, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee Feb 2024

February 2024, Swosu Bulldog Wellness Committee

SWOSU BULLDOG WELLNESS

February is the Month that we Celebrate Love.

Here are a few tips on how to love yourself more....


The Scoop, Vol. 10 Issue 11, February 2024, Health Sciences Library Feb 2024

The Scoop, Vol. 10 Issue 11, February 2024, Health Sciences Library

Volume 10

Latest news and updates from the Health Sciences Library in our monthly newsletter for February 2024.


Sepsis, Children's Mercy Kansas City Feb 2024

Sepsis, Children's Mercy Kansas City

Clinical Pathways

No abstract provided.


Seizures, First Nonfebrile Seizure, Children's Mercy Kansas City Feb 2024

Seizures, First Nonfebrile Seizure, Children's Mercy Kansas City

Clinical Pathways (Formally Known As Clinical Practice Guidelines)

No abstract provided.


Transposition Of The Great Arteries With Intramural Left Main Coronary Artery: Salient Imaging Findings And Description Of Two Operative Techniques, Joshua Holbert, Manasa Gadiraju, Sanket Shah, Edo Bedzra Feb 2024

Transposition Of The Great Arteries With Intramural Left Main Coronary Artery: Salient Imaging Findings And Description Of Two Operative Techniques, Joshua Holbert, Manasa Gadiraju, Sanket Shah, Edo Bedzra

Posters

Background: Transposition of the great arteries (TGA) is a common cyanotic critical congenital heart disease, with a feasible prenatal diagnosis. Arterial switch operation (ASO) with/without VSD closure is the preferred surgical approach with added challenge when an intramural coronary artery (IMC) is present. ASO is technically quite demanding with IMC, and incidence of post-operative complications and mortality are potentially higher. We present our recent TGA-IMC experience focusing on salient features identified on echocardiography, CT and invasive angiograms, as well as variations in ASO surgical techniques for repair. Methods: Our echo imaging acquisition required high frequency transducers and shallow image depth …


Double Aortic Arch With Atresia Of The Left Aortic Arch Proximal To The Left Common Carotid Artery In A Patient With Phace Syndrome – A Management Conundrum, Mohamed Aashiq Abdul Ghayum, Anmol Goyal, Aliessa P. Barnes, Sanket Shah Feb 2024

Double Aortic Arch With Atresia Of The Left Aortic Arch Proximal To The Left Common Carotid Artery In A Patient With Phace Syndrome – A Management Conundrum, Mohamed Aashiq Abdul Ghayum, Anmol Goyal, Aliessa P. Barnes, Sanket Shah

Posters

Background Cardiac anomalies in PHACE syndrome (P: posterior fossa anomalies, H: hemangiomas, A: arterial lesions, C: cardiac abnormalities, E: abnormalities of the eye) often consists of complex aortic arch anomalies with double aortic arch (DAA) being an uncommon association. Atresia of the proximal segment of the left arch in DAA is extremely rare and can pose a diagnostic and management conundrum due to formation of a loose vascular ring and asymptomatic nature as seen in our case. Case Description A 5-year-old male, diagnosed with PHACE syndrome, at a different center was noted to have an incidental finding on head imaging …


Prognostic Properties Of Kras Gene Mutation Subtypes In Resected Pancreatic Cancer, Faria Nusrat, Eliyahu Gorgov, Md, Wilbur Bowne, Md, Obehioye Isesele, Akshay Khanna, Harish Lavu, Md, Aditi Jain, Phd, Charles J. Yeo, Md, Avinoam Nevler, Md Jan 2024

Prognostic Properties Of Kras Gene Mutation Subtypes In Resected Pancreatic Cancer, Faria Nusrat, Eliyahu Gorgov, Md, Wilbur Bowne, Md, Obehioye Isesele, Akshay Khanna, Harish Lavu, Md, Aditi Jain, Phd, Charles J. Yeo, Md, Avinoam Nevler, Md

Alpha Omega Alpha Research Symposium Posters

Introduction

  • Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) is an aggressive and therapy-resistant cancer with an overall 5-year survival rate of almost 12%, making it among the most lethal of all major cancers.1
  • PDAC has a distinct genomic profile, with somatic KRAS protooncogene mutations in ~90% of cases.2,3
  • Current literature has not reached a consensus on disease prognosis based on KRAS mutation subtype.2-5


Intouch Week Of January 29, 2024, New York Medical College Jan 2024

Intouch Week Of January 15, 2024, New York Medical College Jan 2024

Inspire : Vol 7 Issue 1, Department Of Medicine Jan 2024

Inspire : Vol 7 Issue 1, Department Of Medicine

INSPIRE

  • Message from the Chair
  • Medicine at National and International Forums
  • AKUPI-NCD Symposium "A Dialogue on NCDs"| A Triumph in Health Discourse By Zeerak Jarra
  • Department of Medicine Appreciation Evening 2023
  • AKU Dermatology on International Fronts
  • Developing Healthcare Leaders for Tomorrow
  • Poem Section
  • What Academics Are Reading
  • Upcoming Events


Expanding Awareness Of Tbi Resources In The North Country, Nicholas W. Krant Jan 2024

Expanding Awareness Of Tbi Resources In The North Country, Nicholas W. Krant

Family Medicine Clerkship Student Projects

Disability, emotional dysregulation and financial stress are only some of the issues that many patients who suffer TBI encounter. While resources are available to alleviate some of these burdens on patients who suffer TBI in New York's North Country, patients often struggle to find these resources. This project endeavors to create a resource for patients, family members and practitioners to find available resources.


Growing South Dakota (Winter 2024), Michelle Cartney Jan 2024

Growing South Dakota (Winter 2024), Michelle Cartney

Growing South Dakota (Publication of the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences)

[Page] 3 Continuing a Leadership Journey
[Page] 5 CAFES Leadership Team Grows
[Page] 7 Award-Winning Faculty & Staff
[Page] 9 New Endowment Holders Recognized
[Page] 10 Inaugural Precision Livestock Field School Offered at SDSU Cottonwood Field Station
[Page] 11 SDSU Celebrates Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine Students [Page] 13 Clay Carlson, SDSU Meat Science Graduate Student Approaches School and Life with Winning Mindset
[Page] 15 SDSU Alumni has been selected as the Head Coach of the South Dakota State University Livestock Judging Team
[Page] 16 Livestock Units Promote Hands-On Learning & Premier Research
[Page] 20 SDSU leads NSF-backed fertilizer development …


How To Create This Gynecological Task Trainer, Jami Monico, Karen S. Carlson Jan 2024

How To Create This Gynecological Task Trainer, Jami Monico, Karen S. Carlson

Posters and Presentations: Obsetrics & Gynecology

This document contains instructions for how to create a gynecological task trainer with a 3D-printed uterus and silicone cervix.


Zeitlin’S Top 200 Dental Deckades (January 2024), Benjamin D. Zeitlin Jan 2024

Zeitlin’S Top 200 Dental Deckades (January 2024), Benjamin D. Zeitlin

Pacific Open Texts

Pharmacology courses in any institution are information intensive with a constant, high volume of new material. With that in mind, the standards that the American Dental Education Association set for Pharmacology include that: “the student must identify the influences drugs taken for non-dental purposes may have on a proposed treatment (…) and the student must recognize therapeutic agents used in the routine practice of clinical dentistry.” This requires that students at a minimum, recognize common drugs and know their major implications for dental therapy.

This learning tool has been created to address the drug recognition aspect of that standard.

See …


Winona State University Rochester Blog:2014-2023, Winona State University Jan 2024

Winona State University Rochester Blog:2014-2023, Winona State University

Winona State University Blogs

The Winona State University (WSU) Rochester Blog includes articles and entries from May 2014-March 2023. Note: there may be format coding in the document.


Winona State University Wellness Blog: 2013-2023, Winona State University Jan 2024

Winona State University Wellness Blog: 2013-2023, Winona State University

Winona State University Blogs

The Winona State University (WSU) Wellness blog includes articles and entries from February 2013-February 2023. Note: there may be format coding in the document.


Evidence Based Practice: A Decision-Making Guide For Health Information Professionals, Jonathan Eldredge Jan 2024

Evidence Based Practice: A Decision-Making Guide For Health Information Professionals, Jonathan Eldredge

Faculty Book Display Case

This Guide introduces Evidence Based Practice to newcomers as well as serves as a resource for experienced practitioners. It focuses on health information professionals (informaticists, health sciences librarians, informationists, information scientists, data managers, archivists, etc.) within the US context, although others outside of the US health context might find elements of it to be valuable.


Winona State University Improving Our World Blog: 2013-2022, Winona State University Jan 2024

Winona State University Improving Our World Blog: 2013-2022, Winona State University

Winona State University Blogs

The Winona State University (WSU) Improving Our World Blog articles and entries from September 2013-February 2022. Note: there may be format coding in the document.


Winona State University Campus Life Blog: 2013-2022, Winona State University Jan 2024

Winona State University Campus Life Blog: 2013-2022, Winona State University

Winona State University Blogs

The Winona State University (WSU) Campus Life Blog includes articles and entries from October 2013- October 2022. Note: there may be format coding in the document.


Winona State University Alumni Blog: 2011-2022, Winona State University Jan 2024

Winona State University Alumni Blog: 2011-2022, Winona State University

Winona State University Blogs

The Winona State University (WSU) Alumni Blog includes articles and entries from May 2011- August 2022. Note: there may be format coding in the document.


The Scoop, Vol. 10 Issue 10, January 2024, Health Sciences Library Jan 2024

The Scoop, Vol. 10 Issue 10, January 2024, Health Sciences Library

Volume 10

Latest news and updates from the Health Sciences Library in our monthly newsletter for January 2024.


Improving Nutritional Delivery To Pediatric Patients On Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy, Jennifer Ruiz-Boada, Sarah Brunner, Tara Benton, Vimal Chadha Jan 2024

Improving Nutritional Delivery To Pediatric Patients On Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy, Jennifer Ruiz-Boada, Sarah Brunner, Tara Benton, Vimal Chadha

Presentations

INTRODUCTION: Continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) is used in critically ill children with acute renal failure. CRRT can lead to malnutrition by removing essential proteins and micronutrients. Malnutrition is associated with worse outcomes, including increased length of stay and mortality. CRRT guidelines suggest the importance of early nutrition and ensuring high protein intake. After evaluating our CRRT patients, we found sub-optimal adherence to the guidelines. This Quality Improvement project aimed to increase the percentage of patients achieving 75% of their goal protein and caloric intake by day 5 of CRRT initiation by 15% by August 2023. METHODS: A multidisciplinary group …


Position Specific Injury Patterns In Male Developmental Academy Soccer Players, Andrew Donaldson, Catharine Kral, Shannon Margherio, Mckeenna Noe, Brian S. Harvey Jan 2024

Position Specific Injury Patterns In Male Developmental Academy Soccer Players, Andrew Donaldson, Catharine Kral, Shannon Margherio, Mckeenna Noe, Brian S. Harvey

Presentations

Background: Despite the availability of high-quality evidence describing injury patterns in European professional soccer players, there is a paucity of data regarding American athletes. This disparity is accentuated for elite youth athletes. Our study identifies position-specific injury patterns occurring in elite youth male soccer players. Hypothesis: We hypothesize that there are injury types, locations, and specific injuries that occur most frequently in elite youth soccer players and that certain positions have a higher frequency of these injuries than others. Methods: Data from a retrospective review of the IRB-approved Male Academy Soccer Registry from August 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022 …