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(Nutrition Guide for Clinicians)
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  • Long-Term Gynecological Cancer Survivors in Côte d'Or: Health-Related Quality of Life and Living Conditions. [Journal Article]
  • OOncologist 2018 Dec 21
  • Mamguem Kamga A, Dumas A, … Dabakuyo-Yonli TS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Long-term HRQoL of survivors of gynecological cancer is not impacted by stage of disease. Specific interventions should focus on issues that promote social and professional reintegration and improve HRQoL.This study shows that women with gynecological cancer have problems related to work and sexual dysfunction, even 5 years after diagnosis. The results of this study will help improve clinicians' awareness of the factors affecting the lives of gynecological cancer survivors, even long after diagnosis and treatment. They will also highlight for clinicians the areas that are of importance to gynecological cancer survivors, making it possible to guide management of these patients with a view to preventing deteriorated health-related quality of life after treatment. For the health authorities, the results of this study underline that more than 5 years after gynecological cancer, the initial stage of disease no longer affects quality of life, but there is a clear need for actions targeting socio-professional reintegration of survivors.
  • Nutritional management of young infants presenting with acute bronchiolitis in Belgium, France and Switzerland: survey of current practices and documentary search of national guidelines worldwide. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Pediatr 2019; 178(3):331-340
  • Valla FV, Baudin F, … Le Roux BG
  • CONCLUSIONS: practices were inconsistent among physicians. Guidelines detailed nutritional management poorly. Awareness of hyponatremia risk in relation to intravenous hypotonic fluids and of the safety of enteral hydration and nutrition is insufficient. New guidelines including detailed nutritional management recommendations are urgently needed. What is Known? • Infants presenting with acute bronchiolitis face feeding difficulties. • Underfeeding may promote undernutrition, and intravenous hydration with hypotonic fluids may induce hyponatremia. What is New? • Physicians' nutritional practices are inconsistent and awareness of hyponatremia risk and pathophysiology is insufficient among physicians. • Awareness of hyponatremia risk and pathophysiology is insufficient among physicians. • The reasons for enteral nutrition withholding in bronchiolitis infants are not evidence based, and national guidelines of acute bronchiolitis across the world are elusive regarding nutritional management. • National guidelines of acute bronchiolitis across the world are elusive regarding nutritional management.
  • Development of a Core Outcome Set for Studies on Obesity in Pregnant Patients (COSSOPP): a study protocol. [Journal Article]
  • TTrials 2018 Nov 27; 19(1):655
  • Dadouch R, Faheim M, … COSSOPP Investigators
  • CONCLUSIONS: COSSOPP will engage patients, clinicians, researchers, and other relevant stakeholders in determining the core set of outcomes that should be reported and measured in order to harmonize outcome reporting in studies evaluating the effectiveness of antepartum and peripartum interventions in obese pregnant women. This protocol provides a detailed overview of the steps involved in the development of a COS, to guide researchers in developing COS within their areas of specialization. COMET CORE OUTCOME SET REGISTRATION: http://www.comet-initiative.org/studies/details/939 .
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