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(European journal of medical research[TA])
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  • Is it time to rebalance the case mix? A portfolio analysis of direct catheterization laboratory costs over a 5-year period. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Med Res 2016 Nov 03; 21(1):44
  • Plehn G, Butz T, … Plehn N
  • CONCLUSIONS: The CBM concept allows a comprehensive analysis of CLL costs and cost dynamics. From a health service providers view, its range of application includes global profitability analysis, portfolio evaluation, and a detailed cost analysis of specific service lines. From a healthcare payers perspective, it may help to monitor hospital activities and to provide a solid data basis in cases where inappropriate developments are suspected. The calculation principle is simple which may increase user acceptance and thus the motivation of team members.
  • Detection of blood aspiration in deadly head gunshots comparing postmortem computed tomography (PMCT) and autopsy. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Med Res 2016 Nov 01; 21(1):43
  • Scaparra E, Peschel O, … Kirchhoff SM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The presented study provides evidence for the assumption that PMCT seems to be helpful in the detection of blood aspiration in cases of deadly head gunshots. In conclusion, it seems reasonable to suggest performing PMCT additionally to traditional postmortem exams in cases of suspected aspiration to rule out false-negative cases and to possibly allow for a more detailed and rather evidence based examination reconnoitering the cause of death. However, the adequate use of PMCT in this context needs further evaluation and the definition of an objective scale for aspiration detection on PMCT needs to be established in future studies.
  • C5aR inhibition in the early inflammatory phase does not affect bone regeneration in a model of uneventful fracture healing. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Med Res 2016 Oct 26; 21(1):42
  • Ehrnthaller C, Huber-Lang M, … Ignatius A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present results demonstrate that the short-term inhibition of complement activation immediately after fracture does not significantly affect bone regeneration in an experimental model of regular fracture healing. Whereas other studies demonstrated that the early posttraumatic blockade of the C5aR improves fracture healing in a scenario of combined trauma, the present findings implicate that the same treatment has no effect in uneventful bone healing.
  • Long term disease free survival with multimodal therapy in small cell bladder cancer. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Med Res 2016 Oct 13; 21(1):40
  • Heidegger I, Tulchiner G, … Pichler R
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this case report, we were able to show that early multimodal therapy results in long term disease free survival, thus we highly recommend neoadjuvant chemotherapy as a part of multimodal management of a primary metastases-free, localized and surgically resectable SCBC.
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