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  • Measuring Effects of Nondrug Interventions on Behaviors: Music & Memory Pilot Study. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Am Geriatr Soc 2019 Jul 13
  • McCreedy EM, Yang X, … Mor V
  • CONCLUSIONS: Direct observations were most likely to capture behavioral responses, followed by staff interviews. Nursing-home based, pragmatic trials that rely solely on available administrative data may fail to detect effects of nonpharmaceutical interventions on behaviors. Findings are relevant to evaluations of nonpharmaceutical strategies for addressing behaviors in NHs, and will inform a large, National Institute on Aging-funded pragmatic trial beginning spring 2019.
  • Evaluating the demographic and clinical minimum data sets of Iranian National Electronic Health Record. [Journal Article]
  • BHBMC Health Serv Res 2019 Jul 04; 19(1):450
  • Abbasi R, Khajouei R, Mirzaee M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study showed that the minimum data sets of Iranian national electronic health record needs to be revised. Using the proposed MDSs by this study can improve the quality and efficiency of information and reduce redundancy by adding necessary data and preventing communication of unnecessary data. The method employed in this study can be used for investigating, refining and completing the MDSs of other health information systems.
  • On the Complexity of Logistic Regression Models. [Journal Article]
  • NCNeural Comput 2019 Jul 01; :1-32
  • Bulso N, Marsili M, Roudi Y
  • We investigate the complexity of logistic regression models, which is defined by counting the number of indistinguishable distributions that the model can represent (Balasubramanian, 1997). We find t…
  • Register and clinical follow-up of patients with Peutz-Jeghers syndrome in Valencia. [Journal Article]
  • RGRev Gastroenterol Mex 2019 Jun 27
  • Rodríguez Lagos FA, Sorlí Guerola JV, … Codoñer Franch P
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present study is the first register of patients with Peutz-Jeghers syndrome in Valencia, Spain. The ICD-9 code is nonspecific for rare diseases. The duodenum was the most frequent location for polyps and the majority of cases presented with intestinal invagination, bowel obstruction, and urgent surgical intervention. A large percentage of patients presented with cancer. It would be of interest to review and evaluate the existing surveillance protocols in the Valencian Community.
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