Authors' Reports

 
Authors' Reports
Prestigious authors usually writing in languages not spoken in Ibero-America describe in English their studies that have been recently published in journals from around the world and classified in SIIC Data Bases.
To gain access to reports from Ibero-american authors please go to Crónicas de Autores.
Autores prestigiosos que habitualmente escriben en idiomas no hablados en Iberoamérica describen en inglés sus estudios, recientemente publicados en revistas del mundo, y clasificados en SIIC Data Bases
Para acceder a informes de autores iberoamericanos por favor dirijase a Crónicas de autores.
 

Seema Bandhu, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  E-LEARNING IN MEDICAL EDUCATION-A FEASIBLE OPTION.
E-learning, the use of internet for education was introduced to medical students in the subject of Ophthalmology. The topics were converted to web friendly format and used for teaching and evaluation. Feedback taken from the students showed that they found E-learning to be a useful medium of instruction.

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Seema Bandhu  (author)
Pune,  India  (author's city and country) / Pune, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

Priyamvada Sharma, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  ETHYL GLUCURONIDE AS A BIO-MARKER OF ALCOHOL ABUSE
We have demonstrated a simple, sensitive and specific method of EtG quantization in biological fluids where a good correlation was obtained. This has important implications for clinical as well as medico-legal evaluation of recent alcohol use.

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Priyamvada Sharma  (author)
Bangalore,  India  (author's city and country) / Bangalore, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

Suhash Chakraborty, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  SOCIO-CULTURAL DYNAMICS INFLUENCE CARE PATHWAYS IN CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER.
Children with specific learning disability share similar barriers in care pathways as those with mental retardation. Socio- cultural dynamics play a role in seeking help. The role of teachers, neighbours, guardians of other children and relatives is significant as they refer maximum children in both groups to the right care.

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Suhash Chakraborty  (author)
Bangalore,  India  (author's city and country) / Bangalore, India (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

Yuan-pang Wang, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  MALE DEPRESSED WORKERS TAKE LONGER TO RETURN TO WORK THAN FEMALE
The majority of depressed workers remained working with serious impairments and disabling cognitive complaints. The period of sick leave was significantly lengthier for men than women. General and gender-related strategies to handle depression in the workplace are recommended.

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Yuan-pang Wang  (author)
São Paulo,  Brazil  (author's city and country) / São Paulo, Brasil (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

Noor Alolabi, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  HAND TRANSPLANTATION: IS IT WORTH IT? A HAND AMPUTEE PERSPECTIVE
From the perspective of hand amputee patients, no clear preference towards hand transplantation, with its inherent risks, was shown. With increase spread of centers offering hand VCAs worldwide, the benefits must be carefully weighed against the risks of lifelong immunosuppressive therapy.

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Noor Alolabi  (author)
Hamilton,  Canada  (author's city and country) / Hamilton, Canadá (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

Jay Ye, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  SECRETARY-MIMICKING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (SMILE) CAN TRANSFORM PATHOLOGY PRACTICE
Secretary-mimicking artificial intelligence (SMILE) is an artificial intelligence for pathologists that has been developed and used in a busy pathology practice for two and a half years. SMILE performs secretarial tasks for pathologists with rapidity, completeness, and consistency that is unachievable by human secretaries, resulted in marked increase in efficiency.

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Jay Ye  (author)
Bangor,  United States  (author's city and country) / Bangor, EE.UU. (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

Linda Yi-chieh Poon, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  PHACOTRABECULECTOMY IN PRIMARY-ANGLE CLOSURE GLAUCOMA AND PRIMARY OPEN-ANGLE GLAUCOMA
Phacotrabeculectomy combines the management of cataract and glaucoma in 1 surgery. Surgical success rate and intraocular pressure (IOP) on the final visit was similar for primary-angle closure glaucoma (PACG) and primary open-angle glaucoma patients. However, mean postoperative IOP reduction was greater in PACG patients.

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Linda Yi-chieh Poon  (author)
Kaohsiung,  Taiwan  (author's city and country) / Kaohsiung, Taiwán (Republica Nacionalista China) (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

Emilie Calvello, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  MATERNAL MORTALITY REDUCTION TO GLOBAL EMERGENCY HEALTH
An undue amount of morbidity and mortality globally is due to the lack of systematic and directed implementation of resources toward development of emergency care systems. The three-delay model of understanding maternal morbidity and mortality offers a number of transferable lessons which should be considered when designing further interventions for global emergency care systems.

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Emilie Calvello  (author)
Baltimore,  United States  (author's city and country) / Baltimore, EE.UU. (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

Maurizio Sisti, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  BALNEOTHERAPY AND MICROBIOLOGICAL SAFETY
The role of UV radiation as an effective method for the disinfection of mineral thermal pool water to eliminate the microbiological risk posed by the presence of dermatophytes fungi was evaluated in this study.

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Maurizio Sisti  (author)
Urbino,  Italy  (author's city and country) / Urbino, Italia (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

Gianfranco Scaperrotta, author's report for SIIC / crónica del autor para SIIC

  puntero.gif  BLES! NEW DEVICE FOR BREAST BIOPSY
The Breast Lesion Excision System (BLES, Intact medical corporation, Natick MA, USA) is the latest available biopsy tool for percutaneous removal of a single gross breast specimen. It is handly and user friendly and is a valid option to remove suspicious microcalcifications allowing better histological interpretation and lower underestimation than VAB systems used in the 90s.

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Gianfranco Scaperrotta  (author)
Milano,  Italy  (author's city and country) / Milano, Italia (ciudad y país del autor/a)
 
 

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