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  • Cardiovascular Screening Practices and Attitudes From the NCAA Autonomous "Power" 5 Conferences. [Journal Article]
  • SHSports Health 2018 May 01; :1941738118775039
  • Miars CW, Stamatis A, … Drezner JA
  • CONCLUSIONS: The majority (62%) of A5DI institutions include ECG and/or echocardiography as part of their cardiovascular screening of all athletes, increasing to 78% when specifically analyzing male basketball athletes.A5DI institutions, presumably with greater resources, have largely implemented more intensive cardiovascular screening than just history and physical for all student-athletes and specifically for men's basketball-the athlete group at greatest risk.
  • Options to improve the quality of kidney grafts from expanded criteria donors experimental study. [Journal Article]
  • RCRozhl Chir 2018; 97(5):193-201
  • Molacek J, Opatrný V, … Hes O
  • CONCLUSIONS: The presented results of our experimental studies establish that alternative methods of preservation during cold ischemia and before removal of kidney grafts from the donor may be beneficial for its function after transplantation. We believe that these methods may be suitable especially for so-called marginal grafts from extended criteria donors.Key words: transplantation donors after circulatory death controlled organ perfusion in situ perfusion retrograde oxygen persufflation.
  • Resolving ambiguities in SUDEP classification. [Journal Article]
  • EEpilepsia 2018 May 23
  • Devinsky O, Bundock E, … Friedman D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Accurate and consistent classification of cause of death among individuals with epilepsy remains a dire public health concern. SUDEP is likely underestimated in national health statistics. Greater standardization of criteria among epilepsy researchers, medical examiners, and epidemiologists to determine cause and classify death will lead to more accurate tracking of SUDEP and other epilepsy-related mortalities.
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