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  • Wound Complications after 2-Octyl Skin Closure Systems for Total Joint Arthroplasty. [Journal Article]
    J Bone Jt Infect. 2020; 5(2):101-105.Michalowitz A, Comrie R, … Kehoe J
  • Introduction: Total joint arthroplasty is projected to expand rapidly by 2030. With large numbers of patients undergoing TJA, the choice of incisional closure has come into question. We compared the 2-Ocyl cyanoacrylate closure system of Dermabond ® Prineo ® with Exofin Fusion ® to compare rates of adverse wound outcomes after total joint arthroplasty. Secondary outcome measures were age, sex, an…
  • Ensemble estimation and variable selection with semiparametric regression models. [Journal Article]
    Biometrika. 2020 Jun; 107(2):433-448.Shin S, Liu Y, … Fine JP
  • We consider scenarios in which the likelihood function for a semiparametric regression model factors into separate components, with an efficient estimator of the regression parameter available for each component. An optimal weighted combination of the component estimators, named an ensemble estimator, may be employed as an overall estimate of the regression parameter, and may be fully efficient u…
  • Successful cataract surgery leads to an improvement of depressive symptomatology. [Journal Article]
    Ophthalmic Res. 2020 May 26 [Online ahead of print]Mylona I, Aletras V, … Tsinopoulos I
  • Introduction Cataract is the most common reversible cause of blindness worldwide and the associated vision impairment has been associated with an adverse impact on health-related quality of life and mental health in particular. However, findings from studies on the mental health improvement of patients after cataract surgery remain inconclusive. The objective of this study is to ascertain whether…
  • Central Venous Catheter Utilization and Complications in the Pediatric Cardiac ICU: A Report From the Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care Consortium (PC4). [Journal Article]
    Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2020 Mar 13 [Online ahead of print]DiPietro LM, Gaies M, … Cooper DS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Utilization of central venous catheters in pediatric cardiac ICUs differs according to indication for hospitalization. Although thrombosis and central line-associated bloodstream infection are infrequent complications of central venous catheter use in cardiac ICU patients, these events can have important short- and long-term consequences for patients. Total central venous catheter line days were the only modifiable risk factor identified. Future study must focus on understanding central venous catheter practices in high-risk patient subgroups that reduce the prevalence of thrombosis and central line-associated bloodstream infection.
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