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  • Bringing the Social Context into Research using the Common Sense Model. [Journal Article]
    Health Psychol Rev 2019; :1-9DeLongis A, Morstead T
  • Reviews of the literature on the common sense model (CSM) provide strong support for the value of the framework in understanding and predicting illness behavior. It is clear from these reviews, however, that there are gaps in the literature and aspects of the model that have been left relatively unexamined. Here, we focus on two such gaps. First is an inattention to social contextual factors, inc…
  • The Effect of Lymph Node Dissection in Metastatic Prostate Cancer Patients Treated with Radical Prostatectomy: A Contemporary Analysis of Survival and Early Postoperative Outcomes. [Journal Article]
    Eur Urol Oncol 2018Mazzone E, Preisser F, … Karakiewicz PI
  • CONCLUSIONS: Within the SEER database, 199 (60.3%) of 330 mPCa patients treated with RP underwent LND. After IPTW, multivariable CRMs showed lower CSM (hazard ratio [HR]: 0.52, confidence interval [CI]: 0.31-0.87; p=0.01) and OM (HR: 0.38, CI: 0.24-0.60; p<0.001) rates after LND at RP in patients. Within the NIS database, 1186 (71.3%) of 1663 mPCa patients treated with RP underwent LND. After IPTW, MLR models showed higher rates of transfusions (odds ratio [OR]: 1.54, CI: 1.03-2.30; p=0.03) after LND versus no LND. No difference was observed in overall complications (OR: 1.04, CI: 0.77-1.41, p=0.7). In MPR, LND at RP did not affect the length of stay (OR: 1.05, CI: 0.97-1.14, p=0.2).We are the first to demonstrate that LND at RP is associated with lower CSM and OM in the setting of mPCa, but not with higher rates of perioperative complications.
  • In vivo evaluation of callispheres microspheres in the porcine renal artery embolization model. [Journal Article]
    Am J Transl Res 2019; 11(7):4166-4179Ren B, Wang W, … Zhu X
  • This study aimed to evaluate the operational performance, embolization effect and safety of CalliSpheres microspheres (CSM) in a porcine renal model. 24 healthy normal pigs were randomized into CSM group and Embosphere microspheres (ESM) group equally, and embolized with CSM or ESM in the lower pole of right kidneys, respectively. On D2, D7 and D28 after the operation, angiography and biochemistr…
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