In children, does night-to-night variability in sleep parameters affect the accuracy of single-night sleep tests in diagnosing OSA?
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Researchers sought to examine the drivers behind treatment inequities in children with obstructive sleep-disordered breathing.
Researchers compared patient satisfaction with telemedicine visits conducted via phone vs video.
Researchers evaluated the risk for stroke 30 days following herpes zoster infection and the effect of prior varicella zoster virus vaccination on stroke risk.
Researchers conducted a study to assess the effect of COVID-19 vaccination among individuals previously infected with COVID-19.
Investigators conducted a study to determine the accuracy of self-reported taste impairment via psychophysical evaluation in patients with long-haul COVID-19 infection.
Researchers evaluated the effect of sarilumab treatment on the outcomes of patients hospitalized with moderate to severe COVID-19 pneumonia.
Investigators assessed neurocognitive and motor development of children with biliary atresia and identified risk factors for impaired development.
Researchers conducted a study to determine the monetary effect of a surgical care bundle for the prevention of surgical site infections among patients undergoing craniotomy procedures.
In this review, the author discusses the use of autoantibodies as biomarkers for the differential diagnosis of neuropsychiatric systemic lupus erythematosus.
By exploring links between fasting plasma citrate and succinate levels, researchers tested their hypothesis that a metabolic shift may contribute to neurocognitive impairment in people with HIV.
Danish researchers looked into whether hospital-diagnosed and community-treated infections are important risk factors for GBS by examining the magnitude and duration of associated GBS risk.
Study authors examined evidence for household transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and compared it with other coronaviruses.
Intensive health surveillance of close contracts of patients with COVID-19 provided a rare opportunity to determine asymptomatic attack rates and SARS-CoV-2 transmission risk factors.
This detailed description of an institutional response to the COVID-19 pandemic in NYC highlights approaches that can be applied to help other hospitals plan for surges.
Study authors conducted a multinational meta-analysis in SARS-CoV-2 patients to assess the risk of stroke relative to the general population and to identify risk factors of stroke.
A randomized controlled trial comprising infants revealed a reduced schedule of a 4-component capsular group B meningococcal vaccine (4CMenB) was immunogenic and established immunologic memory after booster vaccination.
Among 121 healthcare personnel exposed to a patient with unrecognized COVID-19, 43 became symptomatic and 3 tested positive for SARS-CoV-2.
A patient with a history of pulmonary paracoccidioidomycosis presented with relapsed disease in the central nervous system four years after initial treatment.
Healthcare workers were more likely to partake in hand-hygiene protocols after contaminating tasks vs critical tasks and before such tasks.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) summarized investigations into 3 cases of pan-resistant Candida auris infections in New York.
This case aims to remind physicians of novel pathogens emerging as a cause of endocarditis and to have a high clinical suspicion of endocarditis in patients with predisposing risk factors.
Infants exposed to Zika virus commonly had neuroimaging abnormalities on computed tomography and/or magnetic resonance imaging scans.
Age-specific mortality from subacute sclerosing panencephalitis, the neurodegenerative disease caused by the measles virus, is reflective of changes in measles age distributions, and the condition could disappear in the United States if measles vaccination rates remain high.
HIV-positive individuals with higher alcohol levels performed worse on several cognitive tests, however alcohol was not the primary factor.
HIV patients had reduced brain volume and poorer cognitive performance.
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