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Factors Associated with Use of Urban Emergency Departments by the U.S. Homeless Population
Objective. Homeless individuals frequently use emergency departments (EDs), but previous studies have investigated local rather than national ED utilization rates. This study sought to characterizeExpand
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Inhibition of Candida albicans biofilm formation on denture material.
OBJECTIVE The aim was to determine the ability of several thin-film polymer formulations, with and without incorporated antifungals, to inhibit Candida albicans biofilm growth on denture material.Expand
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Prospective evaluation of a clinical guideline for the diagnosis and management of iron deficiency anemia.
PURPOSE We examined the effect of introducing an evidence-based clinical guideline on the diagnosis and evaluation of iron deficiency anemia. SUBJECTS AND METHODS The guideline recommendedExpand
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Health Profiles of Newly Arrived Refugee Children in the United States, 2006-2012.
OBJECTIVES We conducted a large-scale study of newly arrived refugee children in the United States with data from 2006 to 2012 domestic medical examinations in 4 sites: Colorado; Minnesota;Expand
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The urban homeless: super-users of the emergency department.
In the United States, patient usage of costly emergency departments (EDs) has been portrayed as a major factor contributing to health care expenditures. The homeless are associated with ED frequentExpand
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Anaemia in rheumatoid arthritis: can we afford to ignore it?
Introduction Anaemia is common in rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Clinicians may focus on rheumatological issues and assume anaemia of chronic disease (ACD). This study challenged this assumption andExpand
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Growth Trajectories of Refugee and Nonrefugee Children in the United States
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Limited data examine longitudinal nutrition outcomes of refugee children after United States resettlement. Among refugee children, our aims were to (1) assess the changesExpand
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Effects of long term treatment with high doses of odanacatib on bone mass, bone strength, and remodeling/modeling in newly ovariectomized monkeys.
The objectives here were to evaluate the effects of odanacatib (ODN) at doses exceeding the clinical exposure on biomechanical properties of lumbar vertebrae (LV), hip and central femur (CF), andExpand
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Hepatitis B Screening and Prevalence Among Resettled Refugees — United States, 2006–2011
Globally, more than two billion persons have been infected at some time with the hepatitis B virus (HBV), and approximately 3.5 million refugees have chronic HBV infection. The endemicity of HBVExpand
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Heart failure: Best options when ejection fraction is preserved.
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