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  • Sleep Bruxism and Oral health-related Quality of life in Children: A Systematic Review. [Review]
    Int J Paediatr Dent 2019Rodrigues JA, Azevedo CB, … Lenzi TL
  • Sleep bruxism (SB) is a masticatory muscle activity during sleep that can cause several consequences to the stomatognathic system. This systematic review investigated the impact of SB on oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) of 0 to 6 years old children. Literature search was undertaken through PubMed/MEDLINE, LILACS, SCOPUS, TRIP, Livivo databases and grey literature. The search was condu…
  • Dependent double-observer method reduces false positive errors in auditory avian survey data. [Journal Article]
    Ecol Appl 2019Strickfaden KM, Fagre DA, … Dreitz VJ
  • Bias introduced by detection errors is a well-documented issue for abundance and occupancy estimates of wildlife. Detection errors bias estimates of detection and abundance or occupancy in positive and negative directions, which can produce misleading results. There have been considerable design- and model-based methods to address false negative errors, or missed detections. However, false positi…
  • Covariation bias in depression - a predictor of treatment response? [Journal Article]
    J Neural Transm (Vienna) 2019Stonawski S, Wiemer J, … Pauli P
  • Covariation bias, defined as an overestimation of the relationship between fear-relevant stimuli and aversive consequences, is a well-investigated cognitive bias in anxiety disorders. As patients with affective disorders also show biased information processing, the aim of the present study was to investigate whether depressed patients also display a covariation bias between negative stimuli and a…
  • Vancomycin volume of distribution estimation in adults with class III obesity. [Journal Article]
    Am J Health Syst Pharm 2019Dunn RD, Crass RL, … Krop LC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Results of the largest analysis of vancomycin V in class III obesity to date indicated that use of a fixed V value (75 L) and use of a TBW-based estimate (0.52 L/kg) for estimation of vancomycin V in patients with a BMI of ≥40.0 kg/m2 have similar bias. Two postdistribution vancomycin concentrations are needed to accurately determine patient-specific pharmacokinetic parameters, estimate AUC, and improve the precision of vancomycin dosing in this patient population.
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