Research Insights

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

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

Identifying Prognostic Factors for Survival in Intensive Care Unit Patients With Sirs or Sepsis by Machine Learning Analysis on Electronic Health Records

Systemic inflammatory response syndrome SIRS and sepsis are the most common causes of inhospital death However the characteristics associated with the improvement in the patient conditions during the ICU stay were not fully elucidated

Mathematical Expansion and Clinical Application of Chronic Kidney Disease Stage as Vector Field

There are cases in which CKD progression is difficult to evaluate because the changes in estimated glomerular filtration rate eGFR and proteinuria sometimes show opposite directions as CKD progresses Indices and models that enable the easy

Deep Learning-based Prediction of Major Arrhythmic Events in Dilated Cardiomyopathy: a Proof of Concept Study

Prediction of major arrhythmic events MAEs in dilated cardiomyopathy represents an unmet clinical goal Computational models and artificial intelligence AI are new technological tools that could offer a significant improvement in our ability to predict MAEs In this proof

Impact of Interstitial Lung Disease on Left Ventricular Myocardial Function

Interstitial lung disease ILD comprises a wide variety of pulmonary parenchymal disorders within which progressive fibrosing ILD PFILD constitutes a phenotypic subset By use of speckle trackingbased strain analysis we aimed to evaluate the degree of left ventricular LV dysfunction

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