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  • Fertility and family planning in Uttar Pradesh, India: major progress and persistent gaps. [Journal Article]
    Reprod Health 2019; 16(1):129Halli SS, Ashwini D, … Boerma T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Greater reliance on traditional methods and condoms coupled with relatively low demand for modern contraception suggest inadequate access to modern contraceptives, especially in district with high fertility rates. Family planning activities need to be appropriately scaled according to need and geography to ensure the achievement of state-level improvements in family planning programs and fertility outcomes.
  • Smoked Tobacco, Air Pollution, and Tuberculosis in Lao PDR: Findings from a National Sample. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health 2019; 16(17)Petersen AB, Muffley N, … Singh PN
  • In 2017, more than half of the global burden of incident tuberculosis (TB) came from the Western Pacific region. In Lao People's Democratic Republic (PDR), the high rates of tobacco use and use of polluting biomass fuels for cooking (e.g., wood, charcoal, crop waste, dung) represent significant risk factors for TB. The purpose of this study was to determine the association between self-reported (…
  • Higher prevalence of irritable bowel syndrome and greater gastrointestinal symptoms in obsessive-compulsive disorder. [Review]
    J Psychiatr Res 2019; 118:1-6Turna J, Grosman Kaplan K, … Van Ameringen M
  • CONCLUSIONS: High prevalence and severity of gastrointestinal symptoms may be an important clinical consideration when treating OCD patients. More specifically, assessment of IBS and gastrointestinal symptoms may be useful when considering pharmacotherapeutic treatments options for patients. Given the high comorbidity noted with IBS, a disorder of the "gut-brain axis", results may suggest a shared pathophysiological mechanism between psychiatric and gastrointestinal disorders which should be explored in future research.
  • The association of preoperative delirium with postoperative outcomes following hip surgery in the elderly. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Anesth 2019; 60:28-33Agrawal S, Turk R, … Gabriel RA
  • CONCLUSIONS: After controlling for potential confounding variables, we showed that preoperative delirium was associated with postoperative delirium, pulmonary complications, extended hospital stay, hospital readmission, and mortality. Given the lack of studies on preoperative delirium and its postoperative outcomes, our data provides a strong starting point for further investigations as well as the development and implementation of targeted risk-reduction programs.
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