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Association between unexplained hypoalbuminaemia and new cancer diagnoses in UK primary care patients
Scritto da Family Practice - current issue   
Di-comunitaBackground.

The association between hypoalbuminaemia and a new diagnosis of cancer is as yet unknown.

Objective.

This study aimed to assess whether unexplained hypoalbuminaemia was associated with an incr ... ...

 
Multiple somatic symptoms and frailty: cross-sectional study in Japanese community-dwelling elderly people
Scritto da Family Practice - current issue   
Di-comunitaBackground.

Physical frailty is relevant to adverse outcomes, but appropriate procedures for screening populations are lacking. We hypothesized that frailty is associated with multiple somatic symptoms because frail elderly people m ... ...

 
Phenotypic familial aggregation in chronic chilblains
Scritto da Family Practice - current issue   
Di-comunitaBackground.

Our clinical observations and two earlier studies indicate familial clustering to be involved in chronic chilblains. Demonstrating phenotypic familial aggregation is a next step to investigate the origin of familial clus ... ...

 
Influence of family dynamics on burden among family caregivers in aging Japan
Scritto da Family Practice - current issue   
Di-comunitaBackground.

Long-term care for the elderly is largely shouldered by their family, representing a serious burden in a hyper-aging society. However, although family dynamics are known to play an important role in such care, the influe ... ...

 
Poor congruence with guidelines in the use of antibiotics for acute bronchitis: a descriptive study based on electronic health records
Scritto da Family Practice - current issue   
Di-comunitaBackground.

Although acute bronchitis is frequently viral in nature, antibiotics are usually inappropriately prescribed in Primary Care to treat this condition, with serious public health consequences.

Objective. ... ...
 
Impact of caregivers education regarding respiratory infections on the health status of day-care children: a randomized trial
Scritto da Family Practice - current issue   
Di-comunitaBackground.

Acute respiratory infections are the most common illness in childhood, and caregivers often make an excessive use of medication and medical consultations. It is vital to design and implement educational interventions in ... ...

 
Direct access to magnetic resonance imaging improved orthopaedic knee referrals in the Netherlands
Scritto da Family Practice - current issue   
Di-comunitaBackground.

The use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in primary care is under debate, and the majority of GPs have no experience with MRI.

Objectives.

To examine for which patients with knee injury an ... ...

 
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