The Community Composite Abuse Scale: Reliability and Validity of a Measure of Intimate Partner Violence in a Community Survey from the ALSWH
Research examining the prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is limited by a lack of comprehensive measurement tools. While the Composite Abuse Scale (CAS) was designed to assess multiple forms of partner abuse, to date it has been primarily used in clinical samples and has not been applied to the broader community.
Abdominal pregnancy is becoming a nightmare to many obstetricians and it represents just about 1% of ectopic pregnancies. Since its first report in 1708, copious cases have been published subsequently. The diagnosis is usually intricate except if there are complications such as abdominal pain and haemorrhage. Maternal mortality and morbidity are also very high principally if the condition is not diagnosed and managed appropriately. By and large, abdominal pregnancies do not attain to or go beyond 37 weeks of gestation.
It provides a strong foundation for permanent or removal replacement teeth. There are various advantage of dental implant. For example: They are having improved appearance, improved speech, improved comfort, easier eating, improved self-esteem, durability and convenience. Dental implant depends upon the placement of implants in the jaw and success rate is upto 98%. Dental Implant is a root device and usually made of titanium and used to support restoration of missing teeth. There are generally three types of implants. They are: Endosseous implant, subperiosteal implant and transmandibular implant. Dental implant also called an endosseous implant or fixture. It is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, denture, facial prosthesis or to act as an orthodontic anchor. The basis for modern dental implant is a biologic process called osseointegration where materials, such as titanium, form an intimate bond to bone.
Comparison of Digital Measurement versus Physical Model Measurement: An Analysis of Accuracy and Precision.
Objective: The objective of this study was to compare the accuracy and precision of digital model measurement to physical measurement of orthodontic models. To assess accuracy, teeth were removed from a typodont and measured individually to obtain a gold standard measurement A stone model of the typodont was then measured n=75 times by both digital and physical measurement and these measurements were compared to the gold standard. To assess precision, patient models (n=27) were measured five times each by each method and assessed via an intraclass correlation coefficient.
New research studies cite pervasive concern among US physicians about privacy issues related to electronic health records, despite recognized benefits of using them.
A virtual interprofessional education curriculum has been developed in which students were paired with a virtual team member to learn with, from, and about each other to improve collaboration and the delivery of care
Increases in information technology sophistication can lead to potential improvements in health care quality measures, researchers report in a new article.