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Signs and symptoms to determine if a patient presenting in primary care or hospital outpatient settings has COVID‐19 disease
TLDR
The diagnostic accuracy of signs and symptoms is assessed to determine if a person presenting in primary care or to hospital outpatient settings, such as the emergency department or dedicated COVID‐19 clinics, has CO VID‐19 disease or COVID­19 pneumonia.
Signs and symptoms to determine if a patient presenting in primary care or hospital outpatient settings has COVID‐19
TLDR
To assess the diagnostic accuracy of signs and symptoms to determine if a person presenting in primary care or to hospital outpatient settings, such as the emergency department or dedicated COVID-19 clinics, has CO VID-19, 44 studies are identified.
Diagnostic value of biomarkers for paediatric urinary tract infections in primary care: systematic review and meta-analysis
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Clinical prediction rules including the dipstick test biomarkers can support family physicians while awaiting urine culture results, and CRP and PCT have low accuracy for cystitis, but might be useful for pyelonephritis.
Antimicrobial prescribing by Belgian dentists in ambulatory care, from 2010 to 2016.
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Antibiotics typically classified as broad- or extended-spectrum were prescribed most often by Belgian dentists during the period 2000-2016, and although the DID rate of all 'Antibacterials for systemic use' (J01) increased over the years, the number of prescriptions per dentist decreased since 2013.
Prediction of Shoulder Pain in Youth Competitive Swimmers: The Development and Internal Validation of a Prognostic Prediction Model
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Multivariable logistic regression showed the strongest predictors for shoulder pain were regional competitive swimming level, acute:chronic workload ratio, posterior shoulder muscle endurance, and hand entry error.
Dietary exposure of the Belgian population to emulsifiers E481 (sodium stearoyl-2-lactylate) and E482 (calcium stearoyl-2-lactylate)
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The estimated daily intake of the food emulsifiers was below the ADI for all age groups, except for a small percentage of children for which the intake exceeded theADI, and when replacing the MPL with maximum analysed concentration levels in foods, daily intake estimates decreased dramatically.
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