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Research Insights

This section focuses on the most recent research and discoveries across the globe in the various healthcare disciplines.

Similarity-driven motion-resolved reconstruction for ferumoxytol-enhanced whole-heart MRI in congenital heart disease

A similaritydriven multidimensional binning algorithm reconstruction of freerunning cardiac magnetic resonance imaging data was previously proposed While very

Relationship between youth cardiometabolic health and physical activity in medical records

Engaging in physical activity and reducing sedentary behaviors improves cardiometabolic health and weight status in children The prevalence of cardiometabolic diseases

Surgical appropriateness nudges: Developing behavioral science nudges to integrate appropriateness criteria into the decision making of spine surgeons

Substantial variation exists in surgeon decision making In response multiple specialty societies have established criteria for the appropriate use of spine surgery

Effect of systemic vascular resistance on the agreement between stroke volume by non-invasive pulse wave analysis and Doppler ultrasound in healthy volunteers

Stroke volume can be estimated beattobeat and noninvasively by pulse wave analysis However its reliability has been questioned during marked alterations in systemic vascular resistance

Motivating factors for physical activity participation among individuals with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease A qualitative study applying the motivation, opportunity, and ability model

The study aims to explore the driving forces behind physical activity engagement among patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease focusing on motivation

Hepcidin, in contrast to heparin binding protein, does not portend acute kidney injury in patients with community acquired septic shock

Acute kidney injury is a common and severe complication in patients treated at an Intensive Care Unit The pathogenesis of AKI has been reported to involve hypoperfusion diminished oxygenation

Characterization of heart rate variability in end-stage renal disease patients after kidney transplantation with recurrence quantification analysis

Heart rate variability is a noninvasive approach to studying the autonomic modulation of heart rate in experimental settings such as active standing sympathetic stimulation It is known that patients with endstage renal disease

A model-based cost-utility analysis of an automated notification system for deteriorating patients on general wards

Delayed response to clinical deterioration of hospital inpatients is common Deployment of an electronic automated advisory vital signs monitoring and notification system to signal clinical deterioration

Impact of Cardiac Rehabilitation on Ventricular-arterial Coupling and Left Ventricular Function in Patients With Acute Myocardial Infarction

To maintain efficient myocardial function optimal coordination between ventricular contraction and the arterial system is required Exercisebased cardiac rehabilitation CR has been demonstrated to improve left ventricular LV function This study aimed to investigate

Retrospective Analysis of Percutaneous Intervention of the Renal Artery in Transplanted Kidneys in Children and Adolescents at a Tertiary Public Hospital

Twenty patients had significant stenosis and underwent percutaneous transluminal angioplasty PTAstenting TRAS groupintervention TNS nonsignificant group control patients did not have significant stenosis and were treated clinically The combined

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