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  • Human errors in manual techniques for ABO/D grouping are associated with potentially lethal outcomes. [Journal Article]
  • TMTransfus Med 2019 Jul 15
  • Mistry H, Poles D, … SHOT Steering Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: Where manual testing cannot be avoided, results should be confirmed using automated techniques as soon as possible, and a back-up process should be available 24/7. SHOT data confirm that manual interventions are prone to human error, especially in transcription and interpretation, and demonstrate a continuing need for appropriate serological knowledge and understanding by transfusion laboratory staff to underpin safety provided by automation and information technology (IT).
  • Moderate Chronic Ischemic Mitral Regurgitation. [Journal Article]
  • IHInt Heart J 2019 Jul 12
  • Shen J, Xia L, … Wang C
  • The benefits of concomitant mitral valve procedure (MVP) for treating moderate chronic ischemic mitral regurgitation (IMR) during coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) have not been clearly establis…
  • Utilizing Quality Improvement Methods to Examine the Radiation Therapy Pathway for Patients Requiring Palliative Radiation Therapy at a Community Cancer Center. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Imaging Radiat Sci 2019 Jul 12
  • Lavergne C, Edmunds L, Warden P
  • CONCLUSIONS: The team focused on the four principles of quality improvement: the patient, team, process, and data to address the expressed discomfort around this specific radiation therapy pathway. The results dispelled some of the myths among teams and provided solutions to areas where minor improvements were required. Utilizing the data, an evidence-informed timeline was validated, encouraging task deadlines to be more evenly distributed across the pathway. Plans to monitor this pathway are being established. The team was successful in contributing to a growing culture of continuous improvement at this community cancer center.
  • A new method for classifying distal radius fracture: the IDEAL classification. [Journal Article]
  • RBRev Bras Ortop 2013 Jan-Feb; 48(1):36-40
  • Belloti JC, Santos JBGD, … Faloppa F
  • CONCLUSIONS: IDEAL classification staging rationale was presented, which is based on the best available evidence. The evidence of its scientific plausibility will be settled with the assessment of the classification reliability and its capacity to aid in therapeutical decisions and as a tool to predict prognosis. Further studies are under development to support these properties.
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