Journal of Clinical Medicine Research

Frequency: Bimonthly (monthly from 2015)
Journal Access:
Open Access
ISSN-print: 1918-3003
ISSN-online: 1918-3011
Journal scope: All disciplines of clinical medicine, medical research and clinical practice, preventive medicine, epidemiology, nursing, and healthcare research. Submissions include interventional trials reports, evidence-based medical research reports, meta-analyses, observational studies, retrospective and prospective studies, and other clinical studies.
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Relationship of Clinical and Pathologic Nodal Staging in Locally Advanced Breast Cancer: Current Controversies in Daily Practice?
Systemic neo-adjuvant therapy plays a primary role in the management of locally advanced breast cancer. Without having any negative effect in overall survival, induction chemotherapy potentially assures a surgery approach in unresectable disease or a conservative treatment in technically resectable disease and acts on a well-vascularized tumor bed, without the modifications induced by surgery. A specific issue has a central function in the neo-adjuvant setting: lymph nodes status. It still represents one of the strongest predictors of long-term prognosis in breast cancer. Full Text

 

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Clinical Markers of Crohn’s Disease Severity and Their Association With Opiate Use
The safety of opiate use for patients with Crohn’s disease (CD) has long been a concern. The recent Crohn’s therapy, resource, evaluation, and assessment tool (TREAT) registry update has added to these concerns by demonstrating an association of opiate use with an increased risk of infection and death in CD. While the association is clear, the relationship of opiates to these negative outcomes is not. It is unknown whether opiates are a contributing factor to these negative outcomes or if their use is merely a marker of more severe disease.
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-Lack of Clinical Benefit of Thromboprophylaxis in Patients Hospitalized in a Medical Unit Over a 10-year Span

-A Brief Overview of Preeclampsia

-The Fixed-Dose Combination of Losartan/Hydrochlorothiazide Elicits Potent Blood Pressure Lowering During Nighttime in Obese Hypertensive Patients

-Sleep Quality in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Relationship Between the Disease Severity, Depression, Functional Status and the Quality of Life

-Levosimendan in Critical Illness: A Literature Review

-Ten Years Experience With Belatacept-Based Immunosuppression After Kidney Transplantation

-Efficacy of Combination Therapy With Sitagliptin and Low-Dose Glimepiride in Japanese Patients With Type 2 Diabetes

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Increasing Severity of Aortic Atherosclerosis in Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting Patients Evaluated by Transesophageal Echocardiography
Atherosclerotic disease in coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) patients is a potential contributor to complications in the perioperative periods. This study was undertaken to better define how the frequency of aortic atheromatous disease among patients coming for CABG has evolved over the last decade. Data from elective patients coming for CABG who underwent transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) examinations following induction of anesthesia were obtained for the years 2002 and 2009. Aortas were graded according to the method of Kronzon, with the following interpretations: normal = grade I, intimal thickening = 2, atheroma of less than 5 mm = 3, atheroma of > 5 mm = 4, and any mobile atheroma = 5. Full Text

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An Atypical Calcaneal Fracture in a Child: A Literature Review Concerning the Treatment
Calcaneal fractures are considered uncommon accounting for 0.005-0.41% of all children fractures. Few reports concerning treatment are available. Most of these fractures are non-displaced/minimally displaced and are associated with a fall of less than 1 m. The aim of this case report was to discuss the diagnosis and treatment of a child calcaneal fracture, an atypical presentation despite the high energy mechanism of trauma. A 7-year-old child fell from a 5-m ladder with all his weight on his right heel. Significantly hind-foot reduced range of motion associated with a lateral/plantar calcaneal swelling and pain was found. Full Text


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Vol. 7, No. 2, Feb 2015

Table of Contents

Original Article

Implementation of Continuous Capnography Is Associated With a Decreased Utilization of Blood Gases Abstract HTML PDF
Courtney M. Rowan, Richard H. Speicher, Terri Hedlund, Sheikh S. Ahmed, Nancy L. Swigonski 71-75
Potent Anticancer Effects of Bioactive Mushroom Extracts (Phellinus linteus) on a Variety of Human Cancer Cells Abstract HTML PDF
Sensuke Konno, Kevin Chu, Nicholas Feuer, John Phillips, Muhammad Choudhury 76-82
Variations in Respiratory Excretion of Carbon Dioxide Can Be Used to Calculate Pulmonary Blood Flow Abstract HTML PDF
David A. Preiss, Takafumi Azami, Richard D. Urman 83-90
Trends in the Epidemiological Aspects and Mortality of Alcoholic Liver Disease in Korea in the Decade Between 2000 and 2009 Abstract HTML PDF
Hyung-Ae Bang, Young-Hwan Kwon, Myeong-Jin Lee, Won-Chang Lee 91-96
Effect of Maternal Age on Pregnancy Outcome and Cesarean Delivery Rate Abstract HTML PDF
Ali Ramazan Benli, Neriman Cetin Benli, Abdullah Taner Usta, Tolga Atakul, Mustafa Koroglu 97-102
Seroepidemiology of Hepatitis E Virus Infection in Mennonites in Mexico Abstract HTML PDF
Cosme Alvarado-Esquivel, Luis Francisco Sanchez-Anguiano, Jesus Hernandez-Tinoco 103-108
Utilization of Emergency Service of Obstetrics and Gynecology: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of a Training Hospital Abstract HTML PDF
Huseyin Aksoy, Ulku Aksoy, Mustafa Ozturk, Sezin Ozyurt, Gokhan Acmaz, Ozge Idem Karadag, Burak Yucel, Turgut Aydin 109-114

Case Report

Preventing “A Bridge Too Far”: Promoting Earlier Identification of Dislodged Dental Appliances During the Perioperative Period Abstract HTML PDF
John T. Denny, Sloane Yeh, Adil Mohiuddin, Julia E. Denny, Christine H. Fratzola 115-117
The First Case of Biological Therapy Discontinuation After a Complete Remission Induced by Maintenance Therapy With Adalimumab for Refractory Ulcerative Colitis Abstract HTML PDF
Satoshi Tanida, Tsutomu Mizoshita, Keiji Ozeki, Hironobu Tsukamoto, Yoshinori Mori, Eiji Kubota, Hiromi Kataoka, Takeshi Kamiya, Takashi Joh 118-121
Successful Surgical Treatment of Mature Teratoma Arising From the Sella Abstract HTML PDF
Yaxiong Li, Yuekang Zhang, Jianguo Xu, Ni Chen 122-125
Artery of Percheron Occlusion in an Elderly Male: A Case Report Abstract HTML PDF
Yuh-Ming Chang, Yang-Kai Fan 126-128
Vertical Open Patella Fracture, Treatment, Rehabilitation and the Moment to Fixation Abstract HTML PDF
Joao Alberto Larangeira, Liliane Bellenzier, Vanessa da Silva Rigo, Elias Josue Ramos Neto, Francisco Fritsch Machry Krum, Tiango Aguiar Ribeiro 129-133


 

 

 

 
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