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  • StatPearls: Koebner Phenomenon [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Sanchez Daniela P. DP Boston University School of Medicine Sonthalia Sidharth S SKINNOCENCE: The Skin Clinic BOOK
  • The Koebner phenomenon (KP), first described in 1876 by Heinrich Koebner, is the appearance of new skin lesions on previously unaffected skin secondary to trauma.[1] This phenomenon is also termed the isomorphic (from Greek, “equal shape”) response, given the fact that the new lesions that appear are clinically and histologically identical to the patient’s underlying cutaneous disease.[2] In othe…
  • StatPearls: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Rolle-Lake Lenzetta L University Hospital Robbins Eric E University Hospital Medical Center BOOK
  • Behavior risk factor surveillance system or BRFSS is a United States national self-report telephone survey that provides prevalence data concerning behavioral risk factors associated with the nation's most common health conditions.[1] A collaborative effort between the CDC and each state health department, it is the world's largest and nation's leading ongoing telephone survey. Established in 198…
  • Non-medical Use of Naphazoline (Naphthyzin): Two Case Reports. [Journal Article]
    J Addict Med 2020Skryabin VY, Vinnikova MA, … Khvan AG
  • : The paper describes 2 case reports of non-medical use of Naphazoline (Naphthyzin). Both demonstrate that the peripherally acting alpha-adrenergic agonist Naphazoline obtains some addictive potential. The drug produces a feeling of euphoria, which resembles the perceived effects of psychostimulants. Both patients and people who consume Naphazoline for intoxication report increased tolerance afte…
  • Validity of the Past-day Adults' Sedentary Time Questionnaire in a Cardiac Rehabilitation Population. [Journal Article]
    J Cardiopulm Rehabil Prev 2020Freene N, McManus M, … Davey R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Following repeated assessments, the PAST questionnaire may be useful to determine sedentary time in cardiac rehabilitation participants at a group level, with participants appearing to more accurately recall their time spent in sedentary behavior. Further research is indicated to assess the validity of sedentary behavior questionnaires in cardiac rehabilitation, with a combination of objective and self-reported measures currently recommended.
  • Effects of oxycodone and diazepam alone and in combination on operant nociception. [Journal Article]
    Behav Pharmacol 2020Leonard MZ, Kangas BD
  • Developing effective analgesics with fewer unwanted side effects is a pressing concern. Due to a lack of effective nonopioid options currently available, an alternative approach termed opioid-sparing evaluates the ability of a coadministered drug to reduce the amount of opioid needed to produce an antinociceptive effect. Opioids and benzodiazepines are often coprescribed. Although this approach i…
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