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  • Landscape of Cardiovascular Device Registries in the United States. [Journal Article]
    J Am Heart Assoc 2019; 8(11):e012756Rajan PV, Holtzman JN, … Kramer DB
  • Background Regulators increasingly rely on registries for decision making related to high-risk medical devices in the United States. However, the limited uniform standards for registries may create substantial variability in registry implementation and utility to regulators. We surveyed the current landscape of US cardiovascular device registries and chart the extent of inconsistency in goals, ad…
  • EK-DRD: A Comprehensive Database for Drug Repositioning Inspired by Experimental Knowledge. [Journal Article]
    J Chem Inf Model 2019Zhao C, Dai X, … Wang L
  • Drug repositioning, or the identification of new indications for approved therapeutic drugs, has gained substantial traction with both academics and pharmaceutical companies because it reduces the cost and duration of the drug development pipeline and it reduces the likelihood of unforeseen adverse events. So far, there has not been a systematic effort to identify such opportunities, in part beca…
  • Perinatal post-mortem ultrasound (PMUS): radiological-pathological correlation. [Review]
    Insights Imaging 2019; 10(1):81Shelmerdine SC, Sebire NJ, Arthurs OJ
  • There has been an increasing demand and interest in post-mortem imaging techniques, either as an adjunct or replacement for the conventional invasive autopsy. Post-mortem ultrasound (PMUS) is easily accessible and more affordable than other cross-sectional imaging modalities and allows visualisation of normal anatomical structures of the brain, thorax and abdomen in perinatal cases. The lack of a…
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