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Sports preparticipation examination to screen college athletes for Chlamydia trachomatis.
- Eileen F Hennrikus, Daniel Oberto, Jean M. Linder, J. Rempel, Nicholas Hennrikus
- Medicine and science in sports and exercise
- 1 April 2010
PURPOSE This study assessed the prevalence of Chlamydia trachomatis in the college athlete and the benefit of using the sports preparticipation examination (PPE) as a screening opportunity. METHODS… Expand
Prevalence, Timing, Causes, and Outcomes of Hyponatremia in Hospitalized Orthopaedic Surgery Patients.
- Eileen F Hennrikus, G. Ou, +6 authors B. Mets
- The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American…
- 18 November 2015
BACKGROUND Hyponatremia is common among orthopaedic patients and is associated with adverse clinical outcomes. We examined the prevalence, timing, causes, and outcomes of hyponatremia in adult… Expand
Angiotensin axis blockade, hypotension, and acute kidney injury in elective major orthopedic surgery.
BACKGROUND Patients presenting for surgery with angiotensin axis blockade (AAB) from therapy with either angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors or angiotensin receptor blockers experience an… Expand
Applying Metacognition Through Patient Encounters and Illness Scripts to Create a Conceptual Framework for Basic Science Integration, Storage, and Retrieval
- Eileen F Hennrikus, Michael Skolka, Nicholas Hennrikus
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of medical education and curricular…
- 21 May 2018
Problem: Medical school curriculum continues to search for methods to develop a conceptual educational framework that promotes the storage, retrieval, transfer, and application of basic science to… Expand
Communication Between the Primary Care Physician and the Hospitalist at the Time of Patient Admission
- Eileen F Hennrikus
- 1 October 2012
Objective:�Toassesstheresponseofprimarycare� physicians�(PCPs)�toafaxedrequestforpatientinfor- mationfromtheadmittinghospitalistatthetimeofa� patient'shospitaladmission. •� Methods:�… Expand
Perioperative angiotensin axis blockade, to continue or discontinue, that is the question?
Medical students reintroduce basic science to residents
cal); Third MBBS (2 years, clinical), and Internship (1 year). However, this curriculum includes neither a mandatory module nor the provision of an elective module in research methodology and thus… Expand
Acute kidney injury, surgery, and angiotensin axis blockade.
To the Editor: We read with interest the Case Scenario: Hemodynamic Management of Postoperative Acute Kidney Injury.1 The authors present a 59-yr-old patient with the only preoperative medication an… Expand
Attitude adjustments after global health inter-professional student team experiences
Abstract How medical inter-professional (IP) education should be introduced to students is still a matter of research. We evaluated IP student attitudes before and after a busy “hands-on” clinical… Expand
Defining the Cause of Post-Operative Hyponatremia in the Orthopedic Patient
- Eileen F Hennrikus, A. Georgeson, Kenneth Leymeister, S. Mucha, B. McGillen, R. Miller
- 20 October 2016
Background: Post-operative hyponatremia occurs after 30% of orthopedic surgeries, increasing morbidity, mortality and hospital length of stays and hospital costs. The cause of the hyponatremia can be… Expand