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Big data analytics for preventive medicine

Muhammad Imran Razzak, Muhammad Imran, Guandong Xu
2019 Neural computing & applications (Print)  
It does not only forecast but also helps in decision making and is increasingly noticed as breakthrough in ongoing advancement with the goal is to improve the quality of patient care and reduces the healthcare  ...  How can healthcare providers use modern data analytics tools and technologies to analyze and create value from complex data?  ...  Important algorithms of Bayesian networks are Naive Bayes, semi Naive Bayes, selective Naive Bayes, one-dependence Bayesian classifiers, unrestricted Bayesian classifiers, and Bayesian multinets, Bayesian  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00521-019-04095-y pmid:32205918 pmcid:PMC7088441 fatcat:x52upnuwbjdchkyb7hog5pvawm

The Future Role of Machine Learning in Clinical Transplantation

Katie L Connor, Eoin D O'Sullivan, Lorna P Marson, Stephen J Wigmore, Ewen M Harrison
2020 Transplantation  
The rise of ML is due to multiple factors: increasing access to massive data sets, exponential increases in processing power and key algorithmic developments which allow ML models to tackle increasingly  ...  The use of artificial intelligence and machine learning (ML) has revolutionised our daily lives and will soon be instrumental in healthcare delivery.  ...  women with breast cancer.  ... 
doi:10.1097/tp.0000000000003424 pmid:32826798 fatcat:64kbnvm2tjgldptslpt7bhtgwi

45th Annual SER Meeting Minneapolis, Minnesota June 27-30, 2012

2012 American Journal of Epidemiology  
cancer and prostate cancer screening history.  ...  Biomass use was associated with up to a 1.7 times (95% confidence intervals: 1.6 -1.8) increase in household PM2.5 around morning, lunch and evening periods compared to use of clean fuels.  ...  Results highlight the contribution of social and behavioral factors on tumor biology, and provide clues about the etiology of these disparities.  ... 
doi:10.1093/aje/kws258 pmid:22684495 fatcat:oqvpk3zbtfbenmssr5uy2bwymm

INVITED ABSTRACTS

2015 Journal of Thoracic Oncology  
MTE02.01 Patients, Investigators and Pharmaceuticals  ...  Major, well-described geographic, socio-economic, racial, and age-based disparities in diagnosis, staging, treatment, and outcomes suggest that healthcare systems fail to provide the required level of  ...  Characteristics of lung cancer that contribute to this complexity are that, in comparison to other cancer sites, it has a limited evidence base, high mortality, late presentation, diagnosis at advanced  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1556-0864(16)30009-0 fatcat:dp7nw6kfnnekjimnadoi5bexpa

Presented Abstracts from the Thirty Third Annual Education Conference of the National Society of Genetic Counselors (New Orleans, LA, September 2014)

Emily Edelman, Beverly M. Yashar, Katie Darin
2014 Journal of Genetic Counseling  
In both groups, 1/3 of those with a family history of breast and/or ovarian cancer did not meet provincial guidelines to warrant BRCA analysis.  ...  A family history of breast and/or ovarian cancer was reported in 43 % of the BRCA positive cases and 13 % in the BRCA negative cases, this was statistically significant (p= 0.005).  ...  We mailed recruitment notices to families of boys with DMD who were non-ambulatory and who had participated in the Harvard Neuromuscular Disease Project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10897-014-9778-4 fatcat:lqx3ok2o7vadbf7k6p5ggzwq6y

American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology (ASPHO) 2021 Paper and Poster Abstracts

2021 Pediatric Blood & Cancer  
Objectives: The goal of this project is to define how cohesin mutations alter the biology of core binding factor AML.  ...  In 16 evaluable patients with ≥6 months of follow-up, total Hb at last visit was 11.5 (9.6-16.2) g/dL, with HbA T87Q contribution of 5.2 (2.7-9.4) g/dL, HbS of 6.1 (4.9-7.8) g/dL, and median HbS ≤ 60%  ...  , population-based evaluation of cancer disparities.  ... 
doi:10.1002/pbc.29060 pmid:33881204 fatcat:otfoqu4rsrazfgxfafzdnfdjpq

ACRT-SCTS Scholar Abstracts

2010 Clinical and Translational Science  
Increased PN admissions may be related to a general increase in the prevalence of PN, more severe disease in minority boys and younger patients, and/or unequal access to healthcare.  ...  Multivariate analysis was done to identify factors associated with PN admission. RESULTS: 46,300 children were hospitalized for PN in CA from 1985-2006.  ...  disparities in the use of radiation therapy (RT) in patients with advanced breast cancer (BCa).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1752-8062.2010.00181_2.x fatcat:lwvd6nteozgezazejeqpjupawu

Poverty, Environment, and Health

Marie S. O'Neill, Anthony J. McMichael, Joel Schwartz, Daniel Wartenberg
2007 Epidemiology  
REFERENCES ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are grateful to Meredith Fort, Mary Maloney, Carlos Martín Beristain, Eileen Rosin, and Katherine Yih for helpful background information and thoughtful comments on earlier  ...  drafts of this paper.  ...  stress at work and risk of breast cancer.  ... 
doi:10.1097/ede.0b013e3181570ab9 pmid:18049181 fatcat:sscmf4k2djcv5hwr2bcscppxai

Abstracts of the 74th Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, March 9–12, 2015. Denver, Colorado, USA

2016 Psychosomatic Medicine  
These processes, in turn, can set the stage for a range of healthy or harmful biological responses.  ...  This symposium brings together four leaders in the study of relationships and health to discuss new frontiers in this area, emphasizing novels ways to understand how social cognition and social behavior  ...  Although a variety of factors can influence ECs, it is believed that hyperlipidemia and oxidized lipids are important variables in EC dysfunction, leading to increased chemotaxis, cell adhesion and monocyte  ... 
doi:10.1097/psy.0000000000000343 fatcat:vi5mex2kyre5jnbpsmu52va62u

Turning the Tide on HIV: 23rdAnnual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research

2014 Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology  
Multiple logistic regression analysis was used to identify independent factors contributing to the overlapping of sexual and drug injection networking between SWs and IDUs.  ...  In order to ensure increased ethno-racial and geographic diversity in our sample we set the following targets at the start of recruitment: 1) at least 38% of our sample would identify as racialized and  ...  and in Amuru District due to socio-economic factors common in post conflict areas.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/148567 fatcat:vsfzrkkh7fd6hezjlreppkb7fm

PES Abstracts

2021 Hormone Research in Paediatrics  
All had breast or genital Tanner stage 2 at baseline.  ...  Breast Tanner stage (TS) at 6 months in subjects AFAB was I (n=1), III (n=4), IV (n=2) and V (n=3).  ...  to 6-mercaptopurine (6-MP) in a child with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) with resolution following the addition of allopurinol.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000519117 pmid:34521098 fatcat:zc35amolkrekxhvbzidr2whl5a

Epidemiology/Genetics

2013 Diabetes  
However, the converse association could also occur, with functional decline hastening the onset of diabetes, particularly in those at high risk. 13,134 adults aged over 50 years who entered the longitudinal  ...  Health and Retirement Study between 1992 and 2006 with no disability or diabetes were followed to 2010 to determine if those who became disabled would subsequently develop diabetes.  ...  Factors and Treatments, and Breast Cancer The SRR for breast cancer among users of insulin glargine was 1.08 (0.98, 1.20) and was 0.92 (0.32, 2.65) when restricted to randomized trials.  ... 
doi:10.2337/db13-1395-1677 pmid:23792717 fatcat:zfqtqtioyvhtrcfyg2otshap4u

Abstracts 1030-1231

2010 Hepatology  
HCV RNA was measured in each fraction. Results: Very little of HCV-VLDF migrates into the adjacent density fraction by being subject to lipolysis, and instead directly and rapidly clears from VLDF.  ...  at several times during a 6 hour time course.  ...  ETIOLOGIC FACTORS UNDERLYING BUDD-CHIARI SYN-DROME AND PORTAL VEIN THROMBOSIS: THE ROLE OF SITE-SPECIFIC THROMBOSIS Jildou Hoekstra 1 , M. Casellas-Caro 2 , Juan Carlos Garcia-Pagán 3 , Federica M.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hep.23993 fatcat:mkudpxsem5bj5jk3x2jtytp6mm

2022 Eastern Regional Meeting

2022 Journal of Investigative Medicine  
Summary of Results Asphyxia led to lower PaO 2 , SpO 2 , HR and higher PaCO 2 at the initiation of PPV. The primary outcome was achieved in 4/7 (AXECC), 6/7 (AXDCC), 5/6 (NoAXECC) & 7/7 (NoAXDCC).  ...  Not achieving an HR of 100bpm and saturation (SpO 2 ) of 80% by 5 min places a preterm infant at a higher risk of morbidity/mortality.  ...  In this research, a machine learning model built using artificial intelligence based on neural networks and clinical patient data is used to help medical professionals in the diagnosis of bone cancers  ... 
doi:10.1136/jim-2022-erm fatcat:44n3rbijszapjadughnt52b7ny

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2006 Hepatology  
Cox regression models were used to determine factors associated with outcomes.  ...  After a median follow-up of 22.6 mos (range 0-99.8) from diagnosis of antiviral failure, 23/44 were alive on the OLT waiting list, 8 were withdrawn from the study (2 improved, none for worsening), and  ...  Of 19 female C282Y homozygotes in the nested case cohort, 7 had breast cancer.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hep.21395 fatcat:g6rm5sx4qvhvzj64cxqo2yexqy
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