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  • Effects of sports bra and footwear on vertebral posture during walking and running. [Journal Article]
    J Biomech 2019; :109524Leme JC, Reis YBD, … Moura FA
  • Little attention has been given to factors which affects women running, such as proper footwear and breast support and their effects on spine. The objective of study was to analyse the influence of different breast support and footwear on vertebral posture during walking and running. Seventeen women (x¯ = 23.51; SD = 3.70 years) performed a treadmill walking (5 km/h) and running (7 and 10 km/h) w…
  • Reproductive factors and age at natural menopause: A systematic review and meta-analysis. [Review]
    Maturitas 2020; 131:57-64Roman Lay AA, do Nascimento CF, … Dias Porto Chiavegatto Filho A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite differences in results between countries and study design, our findings suggest that previous use of OC, age at menarche ≥13 and having at least one live birth are associated with later menopause. The results suggest that these factors could be markers of later ovarian aging.
  • Indomethacin for intracranial hypertension secondary to severe traumatic brain injury in adults. [Review]
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2019; 2019(11)Martín-Saborido C, López-Alcalde J, … Baccaro FG
  • CONCLUSIONS: We found no studies, either completed or ongoing, that assessed the effects of indomethacin in controlling intracranial hypertension secondary to severe traumatic brain injury. Thus, we cannot draw any conclusions about the effects of indomethacin on intracranial pressure, mortality rates, quality of life, disability or adverse effects. This absence of evidence should not be interpreted as evidence of no effect for indomethacin in controlling intracranial hypertension secondary to severe traumatic brain injury. It means that we have not identified eligible research for this review.
  • Clonazepam monotherapy for treating people with newly diagnosed epilepsy. [Review]
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2019; 2019(11)Brigo F, Igwe SC, … Lattanzi S
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is only limited and very low-certainty evidence from randomized controlled trials on the efficacy and tolerability of clonazepam used in monotherapy for the treatment of epilepsy. No difference in efficacy and tolerability was found in a small trial comparing clonazepam to carbamazepine for the treatment of mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Clonazepam was less well tolerated than ethosuximide in a trial of children with absence seizures, however no comparative data on efficacy were provided. There is currently insufficient evidence to support the use of clonazepam as monotherapy treatment for epilepsy.
  • A silent epidemic: occupational exposure limits are insufficiently protecting individual worker health. [Letter]
    Scand J Work Environ Health 2019Alblin M, Gustavsson P
  • In an editorial in an earlier issue of this journal, Johanson & Tinnerberg (1) expressed serious and well-founded concern over the large number of future occupational cancer cases that will result if exposures for a number of substances are not reduced below the so-called "binding occupational exposure limit values" (BOELV) issued by the EU (2). The balance between what is perceived as possible t…
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