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Physical and Mental Health of Older People while Cocooning during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Laura Bailey, Mark Ward, Alexandria DiCosimo, Samyrah Baunta, Conal Cunningham, Roman Romero-Ortuno, Rose Anne Kenny, Roisin Purcell, Rosie Lannon, Kevin McCarroll, Rory Nee, David Robinson, Amanda Lavan, Robert Briggs,

<h4>Background</h4>Cocooning or shielding, i.e. staying at home and reducing face-to-face interaction with other people, was an important part of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic for older people. However, concerns exist regarding the long-term adverse effects cocooning may have on their physical and mental health.<h4>Aim</h4>To examine health trajectories and healthcare ... Read more >>

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Lung Organoids And Other Preclinical Models Of Pulmonary Fibrosis.

Irene K Oglesby, Anja Schweikert, Brian Fox, Cliodhna Redmond, Seamas C Donnelly, Killian Hurley,

Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) is a progressive fatal disease affecting over 100,000 people in Europe with an increasing incidence. Available treatments offer only slowing of disease progression and are poorly tolerated by patients leading to cessation of therapy. Lung transplant remains the only cure. Therefore, alternative treatments are urgently required. ... Read more >>

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Is zoomnosis an human-driven human zoonosis? A call for action.

Guglielmo M Trovato,

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Adherence to antihypertensive medication and cardiovascular disease events in hypertensive patients: a dose-response Meta-analysis of 2,769,700 participants in cohort study.

Yifei Feng, Yang Zhao, Xingjin Yang, Yang Li, Minghui Han, Ranran Qie, Shengbing Huang, Xiaoyan Wu, Yanyan Zhang, Yuying Wu, Dechen Liu, Dongdong Zhang, Cheng Cheng, Fulan Hu, Ming Zhang, Yongli Yang, Xuezhong Shi, Liang Sun, Dongsheng Hu,

<h4>Background</h4>Recently, many studies have investigated the association between adherence to antihypertensive medication (AHM) and risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) events for hypertensive patients; however, the results varied by different studies.<h4>Aims</h4>The purpose of our meta-analysis was to explore the comprehensively summarized association between AHM adherence and risk of CVD events in ... Read more >>

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Hydatid disease & the heart.

Navneet Arora, Ashish Behera, Sanjeev Hanumantacharya Naganur, Manika Chhabra, Manphool Singhal, Deba Prasad Dhibar,

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Delayed diagnosis of multiple endocrine neoplasia type 1 during pregnancy: a case report.

Jingcui Guo, Nan Gu, Wei Wang, Geheng Yuan, Junqing Zhang,

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Total bone mineral density is inversely associated with stroke: a family osteoporosis cohort study in rural China.

Bin Zhu, Jie Yang, Ziyi Zhou, Xi Ling, Nannan Cheng, Zhuo Wang, Lishun Liu, Xiao Huang, Yun Song, Binyan Wang, Xianhui Qin, Pierre Zalloua, Xi Ping Xu, Li Yang, Zhigang Zhao,

<h4>Background</h4>The relationship of osteoporosis and stroke is still not fully clarified. Apart from the well-known risk factors for stroke, bone mineral density (BMD) has gained more interest in recent years.<h4>Aim</h4>To further elucidate the relationship between BMD and stroke risk, a prospective cohort study in the Chinese rural population was conducted.<h4>Design</h4>Retrospective ... Read more >>

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Response to: is zoomnosis an human-driven human zoonosis? A call for action.

David H Rowitch, Stephen O'Rahilly, Gordon C S Smith,

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Covid Hypoxia-Personal Reflections.

Simon D Taylor-Robinson,

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Why is COVID-19 more deadly to nursing home residents?

Zhaohui Su, Dean McDonnell, Yue Li,

COVID-19 is deadly to older adults, with research showing that being older and having underlying chronic diseases are significant risk factors for COVID-19 related deaths. However, though similarities exist between both nursing home residents and older community-dwelling people, nursing home residents are substantially more vulnerable to COVID-19. A closer review ... Read more >>

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Corrigendum to: Outcomes in patients with severe COVID-19 disease treated with tocilizumab: a case-controlled study.

G Rojas-Marte, M Khalid, O Mukhtar, A T Hashmi, M A Waheed, S Ehrlich, A Aslam, S Siddiqui, C Agarwal, Y Malyshev, C Henriquez-Felipe, D Sharma, S Sharma, N Chukwuka, D C Rodriguez, S Alliu, J Le, J Shani,

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Argyria: a cause of pseudocyanosis.

N A Bajwa, K Mazurek, E Chebolu, L Pourafkari,

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Rapid recovery of taste and smell in a patient with SARS-CoV-2 following convalescent plasma therapy.

David L Fisher, Alin Pavel, Stephen Malnick,

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Mitral valve 'kissing lesion' in Libman-Sacks endocarditis.

A Sadeghpour, L Pourafkari, N D Nader,

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Rhythmicity of patient flow in an acute medical unit: relationship to hospital occupancy, seven-day working, and the effect of COVID-19.

S J Dauncey, P A Kelly, D Baykov, A C Skeldon, M B Whyte,

<h4>Background</h4>The Acute Medical Unit (AMU) provides care for unscheduled hospital admissions. Seven-day Consultant presence and morning AMU discharges have been advocated to improve hospital bed management.<h4>Aims</h4>To determine whether a later time of daily peak AMU occupancy correlates with measures of hospital stress; whether seven-day Consultant presence, for COVID-19, abolished weekly ... Read more >>

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Characteristic Honeycomb Sign in a Hepatic Abscess Secondary to Melioidosis.

Muhammad Umer Malik, Maisarah Sharif, Pui Lin Chong,

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Pseudosacculations in CT enterography: a diagnostic clue to Crohn's disease.

A Shankar, B Varadan, S Srinivas, R Cherukuru, S Kalyanasundaram,

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An International Patient Centred Study Of Retroperitoneal Fibrosis.

Dattani R, Barwick Td, El Wardany G, Gibbons N, Mason Jc, Morgan P, Pusey Cd, Tam Fwk, Tomlinson J A P, ,

<h4>Background</h4>The impact that rare chronic disorders such as Retroperitoneal Fibrosis (RPF) can have on the physical and psychological aspects of a patient's health is poorly understood. Patient related outcome measures and experiences provide a unique opportunity to understand the impact rare chronic disorders have on a patient's life as well ... Read more >>

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COVID-19 induced collapsing glomerulopathy and role of APOL1.

G J Hoilat, G Das, M Shahnawaz, P Shanley, S H Bukhari,

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Domestic violence detection amid the COVID-19 pandemic: the value of the WHO questionnaire in Emergency Medicine.

Martina Di Franco, Giuseppe Fabio Martines, Giuseppe Carpinteri, Guglielmo Trovato, Daniela Catalano,

<h4>Background</h4>Gender-based violence affects 35 to 45% of women worldwide, mostly coming from domestic violence. A good screening procedure in clinical practice is useful, but WHO does not advise universal screening, recommending further research.<h4>Aim</h4>(1) To report the frequency of domestic violence cases among admissions to the Emergency Room of a major ... Read more >>

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Lipid accumulation product is a reliable indicator for identifying metabolic syndrome: The China Multi-Ethnic Cohort (CMEC) Study.

Xiao Zhang, Feng Hong, Leilei Liu, Fang Nie, Lunwei Du, Han Guan, Ziyun Wang, Qibing Zeng, Jingyuan Yang, Junhua Wang, Xi Li, Jiangping Zhang, Peng Luo,

<h4>Background</h4>Previous studies have shown that lipid accumulation product (LAP) was associated with the risk of cardiometabolic disease, it is not clear whether LAP could be used as a marker to identify metabolic syndrome (MetS) among Chinese ethnic groups.<h4>Aim</h4>To assess the reliability of LAP as a maker to identify MetS among ... Read more >>

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Correspondence: Retirement-a time to dread or to cherish?

Z H Khan, S Samadi,

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Chik sign: post-chikungunya hyperpigmentation.

U Chakraborty, P Biswas, A Chandra, J Pal, A K Ray,

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Smell, Taste and Covid-19: Testing is Essential.

Christopher H Hawkes,

During the Covid-19 pandemic is became clear that smell and taste (chemosensory) disturbance is very common in the early stages of disease. This article addresses: 1) why Covid-19 specifically targets the modalities of smell and possibly taste and what is the mechanism 2) what is the frequency of smell and ... Read more >>

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Japanese spotted fever and rickettsial pneumonia.

H Matsuura,

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