pyruvate carboxylase

Gene Context Sentence

Table 2. Analysis of context sentence of PC gene in 52 abstracts.

PMID Gene Context Sentence
32209118 To capture the key information of the spike protein, three feature encoding algorithms (amino acid composition, AAC; parallel correlation-based pseudo-amino-acid composition, PC-PseAAC and G-gap dipeptide composition, GGAP) were used to train 41 random forest models.
32249102 To discuss community pharmacists’ role and the content of pharmaceutical care (PC) during the novel coronavirus pandemic to promote effective prevention and control and safe drug use of the community patient population. […] Collect and summarize the experience Chinese community pharmacies gained from providing pharmacy services during the COVID-19 outbreak, and taking patients’ PC needs into consideration, analyze and discuss the methods and strategies that community pharmacies and pharmacists shall use to provide PC during the pandemic. […] Community pharmacy management teams shall support PC services by providing adequate supply of COVID-19 related medications and preventative products, following environment regulations, and providing sufficient staff trainings. […] Pharmacists shall use various approaches to provide PC services in drug dispensing, consulting and referrals, chronic disease management, safe use of infusions, patient education, home care guidance and psychological support to promote the COVID-19 pandemic control and ensure safe medication use of community patients during the pandemic. […] PC services in communities during the COVID-19 shall possess different properties due to disease characteristics and related change in patients’ need. […] Community pharmacists shall be prepared to provide skilled and effective PC services for community patient population to ensure medication safety and promote the overall COVID-19 pandemic control.
32267139 Human pulmonary adenocarcinoma brain metastasis cell line PC-14/B were incubated and treated with constructed lentiviral plasmids expressing miR-217 and/or SIRT1. […] PC-14/B cells expressed higher SIRT1 and lower p53 and KAI1 compared with BEAS-2B control cells (P<0.05). […] MiR-217 expression suppressed PC-14/B cell invasion (P=0.004), migration (P=0.001) and proliferation (P<0.05), whereas SIRT1 overexpression reversed all processes.
32356508 This is a retrospective review of men with intermediate and high-risk prostate cancer (PC) in the National Cancer Database (NCDB) underdoing radical prostatectomy from 2010-2016. […] We identified 128,062 men with intermediate- and high-risk PC treated with RP. […] Subgroup analysis of men with Grade group 4 and 5 PC did not demonstrate an association between delayed RP and worse oncological outcomes.
32425655 We compared diagnostic and therapeutic elective procedures requested and performed for PC management from our multidisciplinary team (MDT) during 1 month activity in the highest national level of COVID-19 infection (March 2020) and under restrictions for all the population, with the management performed in a no-COVID-19 month (March 2019) 1 year ago. […] The only management that did not received a significant reduction are medical therapies for advanced hormone sensitive (HS) or castration resistant (CR) PC. […] We describe our MDT identifications of elective undeferrable PC management in this COVID-19 time.
32439516 Given the significant overlap between the core tenets of TIC and accepted guidelines for the provision of quality palliative care (PC), PC teams are particularly well poised to both incorporate such practices into routine care and to argue for their integration across health systems. […] We outline this intersection in order to highlight the uniquely powerful role PC teams can play to reduce the long-term psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
32471812 In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, many healthcare systems are experiencing an increased demand for palliative care (PC). […] To meet this challenge, the PC team at Cleveland Clinic designed an enterprise-wide response plan organized around 4 domains: staff (educational resources and tools), stuff (medications and supplies), space (recommendations for optimizing physical space and facilities), and systems to facilitate high-quality PC delivery to patients.
32479861 The coronavirus disease 2019 surge in New York City created an increased demand for palliative care (PC) services. […] The volunteers completed 109 PC consults in the pilot period. […] Survey feedback from TPMVs and on-site PC providers was largely positive, with areas of improvement identified around electronic health record navigation and continuity of care. […] This was a successful, proof of concept, and quality improvement initiative leveraging TPMVs from across the nation for a PC pandemic response in a safety net system.
32501023 Given that the disease is likely to be holoendemic, the role of primary care (PC) with its features of comprehensiveness, accessibility, coordination and continuity, functioning at the heart of a primary healthcare (PHC) approach, will be important. […] The elements of PC are applicable in the epidemic preparation, case finding and management, follow-up and post-epidemic phases of responding to this pandemic.
32519594 Few TNP studies have done in-home assessments and most studies rely on a PC or laptop.Conclusions: Overall, there appears to be good support for TNP assessments in older adults.
32538806 The objective of this publicationis to provide recommendations in the management of prostate cancer (PC) in a new reality framework based on the presence of COVID-19 disease. […] The authors defined different priorities for the different clinical situations in PC. […] According to this classification, the working panel agreed on the distribution of the different diagnostic, therapeutic and follow-up scenarios for PC. […] The risk of severe morbidity as a result of SARS-CoV-2 infection may out weigh the risk of PC morbidity/mortalityin many men; therefore, in the short term it is unlikely that delays in diagnosis or treatment can led to worse cancer outcomes. […] The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a challenge for our health system, which raises several considerations in the treatment of patients with PC.
32544647 In the setting of the COVID-19 pandemic, new strategies are needed to address the unique and significant palliative care (PC) needs of patients with COVID-19 and their families, particularly when health systems are stressed by patient surges. […] Many PC teams rely on referral-based consultation methods that can result in needs going unidentified and/or unmet. […] Here we describe a novel system to proactively identify and meet the PC needs of all patients with COVID-19 being cared for in our hospital’s ICUs. […] Patients were screened through a combination of chart review and brief provider interview, and PC consultations were provided via telemedicine for those with unmet needs identified. […] In the first six weeks of operation, our pilot program of proactive screening and outreach resulted in PC consultation for 12 of the 29 (41%) adult patients admitted to the ICU with COVID-19 at our institution. […] Consultations were most commonly for patient and family support as well as for goals of care and advance care planning, consistent with identified PC needs within this unique patient population.
32680888 Palliative care (PC) is centred on effective symptom control, promotion of quality of life, complex decision-making, and holistic care of physical, psychological, social and spiritual health. […] This article explores how the field can contribute by ensuring that PC principles and practices are woven into everyday healthcare practice.
32717367 Palliative care (PC) workers have been an essential part of the COVID-19 response in advising on goals of care, symptom management and difficult decision making, and in supporting distressed health care workers, patients, and families. […] We describe Global Palliative Education Collaborative (GPEC), a training partnership between Harvard, University of California San Francisco, and Tulane medical schools in the U.S.; and two international PC programs in Uganda and India. […] GPEC offers U.S.-based PC fellows participation in an international elective to learn about resource-limited PC provision, gain perspective on global challenges to caring for patients at the end of life, and cultivate resiliency. […] International PC colleagues have much to teach about practicing compassionate PC amidst resource constraints and humanitarian crisis.
32769075 Phase 1 of the study evaluates proof-of-concept that older cancer survivors (age ≥60 years) can follow the testing protocol and use a tablet PC to communicate with the study investigator.
32833568 These patients have varying death experiences based on their location of death, the availability and utilization of various medical technologies, the amount of strain on the local health care system, the involvement of specialist palliative care (PC) teams, and access to essential medications to alleviate symptoms at the end of life. […] The objective of this report is to describe the death experiences of four patients cared for in an urban academic medical center who received very different degrees of medical interventions and to examine the interventions of our interdisciplinary PC team. […] We conclude that PC teams must adapt to this new landscape by creating best practices for ensuring adequate symptom control, modifying approaches for withdrawal of life-sustaining medical technologies, and gaining facility with communication through teleconferencing platforms to meet the challenge of alleviating suffering for people dying from COVID-19.
32834586 Finally, we propose and simulate a strategy of controlled natural immunization through risk-based population compartmentalization (PC) wherein the population is divided in Low Risk (LR) and High Risk (HR) compartments based on risk factors (like comorbidities and age) and subjected to different disease transmission dynamics by isolating the HR compartment while allowing the LR compartment to develop natural immunity.
32839042 The purpose of this study is to assess changes in STEMI volumes, door to reperfusion, and the time from the onset of symptoms until reperfusion therapy, and in-hospital events between the pre-COVID-19 (PC) and after COVID-19 (AC) period. […] There were no differences between the AC and PC period with respect to in-hospital events and the length of hospital stay.
32852112 In patients with suspected coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) consulting primary care (PC) centers, clinical criteria may not be sensitive enough to detect many cases in which complications first occur. […] We intended to assess whether lung ultrasound (LUS) examinations performed by PC physicians are a useful tool to detect lung injury and may help in decisions about hospital referral. […] This study included 61 patients with moderate symptoms suggesting COVID-19 who were evaluated with LUS by PC physicians and then referred to a hospital during the current pandemic peak in Madrid. […] This study supports the use of LUS in PC as a tool to assess patients with suspected COVID-19.
32876941 A model based on positivity change (PC) and an estimated prevalence of COVID-19 was used to determine countries with similar screening strategies.
32882066 Palliative care (PC) represents an approach that encompasses the procedures to relieve pain and distressing symptoms and maintain function as much as possible in the terminally ill patient until death. […] PC dentistry (PCD) is an approach for providing supportive and palliative dental care in patients with serious life-threatening illness (cancer, chronic heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and cognitive impairment). […] Dentists have a significant role to play in the multidisciplinary team of PC. […] It is essential to incorporate PCD in the guidelines of critical dental care during the COVID-19 pandemic to decrease the suffering of these patients by symptom management.
32882358 Although the importance of palliative care (PC) integration in the emergency department (ED) has long been recognized, few formalized programs have been reported, and none have evaluated the experience of ED clinicians with embedded PC. […] We evaluate the experience of ED clinicians with embedded PC in the ED during the coronavirus disease pandemic. […] ED clinicians completed a survey about their perceptions of embedded PC in the ED. […] Of those who had interacted with PC, 100% indicated a benefit of having PC involved. […] Among barriers related to engaging PC were difficulty locating them (8%) and lack of time to consult because of ED volume (5%). […] About 98% of respondents felt that having PC in the ED was either valuable or very valuable. […] Clinicians expressed gratitude for having PC in the ED and noted the importance of having readily available and easily accessible PC in the ED. […] ED clinicians’ perception of embedded PC was overall positive, with an emphasis on the impact related to task management, enrichment of PC skills, providing support for the team, and improved care for ED patients.
32900707 PHC includes public health and first-contact primary care (PC). […] To compare perceptions of PC experts on PC system strength, pandemic preparedness, and response with COVID-19 mortality rates in countries globally. […] A convenience sample of international PHC experts (clinicians, researchers, and policymakers) completed an online survey (in English or Spanish) on country-level PC attributes and pandemic responses. […] Analyses of perceived PC strength, pandemic plan use, border controls, movement restriction, and testing against COVID-19 mortality were undertaken for 38 countries with ≥5 responses. […] No correlation was found between PC strength and mortality. […] Countries perceived by expert participants as having a prepared pandemic plan and a strong PC system did not necessarily experience lower COVID-19 mortality rates. […] Important responses are first to limit COVID-19 entry across borders, then to mobilise PHC, integrating the public health and PC sectors to mitigate spread and reduce burden on hospitals through hygiene, physical distancing, testing, triaging, and contract-tracing measures.
32926779 Here, we delineate a novel mechanism of antiviral activity by studying the activity of tweezer variants: the “phosphate tweezer” CLR01, a “carboxylate tweezer” CLR05, and a “phosphate clip” PC. […] Importantly, CLR01 and CLR05 but not PC form closed inclusion complexes with lipid head groups of viral membranes, thereby altering lipid orientation and increasing surface tension.
32980983 To evaluate right ventricle (RV) diastolic function from phase-contrast MRI (PC-MRI) in aging. 89 healthy individuals (50 men, 43 ± 15 years) underwent cardiac MRI including 2D PC-MRI (1.5T) and reference Doppler echocardiography of both ventricles on the same day. […] PC-MRI images were analyzed using custom software, providing: E’, E and A waves along with respective peak flow rates (Ef, Af, mL/s) and filling volume (mL), for both ventricles. […] RV diastolic function indices derived from PC-MRI data were reproducible (CoV ≤ 21%, ICC ≥ 0.75) and reliable as reflected by significant associations with left ventricular diastolic function indices assessed using both echocardiography (linear regression Pearson correlation coefficient r ≤ 0.59) and PC-MRI (r ≤ 71). […] Despite the fair associations between RV echocardiography and PC-MRI (r ≤ 0.25), the highest correlation with age was obtained for MRI Ef/Af ratio (r = - 0.64, p < 0.0001 vs. r = - 0.40, p = 0.0001 for echocardiographic E/A). […] Among PC-MRI E/A ratios, highest correlations with age were observed for flow rate and mean velocity ratios (r = - 0.61, p < 0.0001) as compared to maximal velocity ratios (r = - 0.56, p < 0.0001). […] Associations with age for E’ were equivalent between PC-MRI (mean velocity: r = - 0.40, p < 0.0001; maximal velocity: r = - 0.36, p = 0.0005) and echocardiography (r = - 0.36, p = 0.0006). […] Finally, the significant and age-independent associations between RV mass/end-diastolic volume and E’ were stronger for PC-MRI (mean velocity: r = - 0.36, p = 0.0006; maximal velocity: r = - 0.28, p = 0.007) than echocardiography (r = - 0.09, p = 0.38). […] PC-MRI tricuspid inflow and annulus myocardial velocity parameters were reproducible and able to characterize age-related variations in RV diastolic function.
33015366 Growing concerns over ethical issues in mentoring in medicine and surgery have hindered efforts to reinitiate mentoring for Palliative Care (PC) physicians following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
33020673 In the most efficient configuration, an average of 6 frames per second has been achieved using the Raspberry Pi 4 as host and with a power consumption of just 11.2W, increasing by a factor of 3.3X the energy efficiency with respect to a PC-based solution in a multi-face scenario.
33029321 As a secondary measure, symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder will be measure using the Primary Care PTSD Screen for DSM-5 (PC-PTSD-5).
33049547 Participants reported physical inactivity (PI; <150 min/week), high TV-viewing (TV; ≥4 h/day), and high computer/tablet use (PC; ≥4 h/day) before and during COVID-19 quarantine (exposures). […] The incidence of PI, high TV, and high PC use were associated with loneliness, sadness, and anxiety feelings. […] Worsening sleep quality partly mediated the association of the incidence of PI, high TV, and high PC use with loneliness (PI:30.9%; TV:19.6%; PC: 30.5%), sadness (PI:29.8%; TV:29.3%; PC: 39.1%), and anxiety (PI:21.9%; TV:30.0%; PC:38.5%).
33088083 We conducted a prospective analysis of the smartphone-based telemedicine service at our palliative care (PC) unit from March 25, 2020, to May 13, 2020. […] In PC, we deal with immunocompromised debilitated cancer patients and telemedicine is immensely helpful for us to provide holistic integrated care to these patients who are unable to visit hospitals regularly.
33088087 The aim of the study was to perform a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis of the palliative care (PC) services provided by the Institute of Palliative Medicine (IPM), Kozhikode, amid COVID-19 pandemic. […] A SWOT analysis of PC services provided by IPM. […] Having good prioritization and documentation system, reinforcing infection control practices, already established emergency homecare system, presence of a well-developed network of community-based PC services, and a vast network of community volunteers and awareness and cooperation of families had helped IPM to quickly reorganize its services and transition smoothly to continue to provide PC for those suffering from life-limiting illnesses in this pandemic situation.
33091718 An interesting debate concerning the potential relationship between androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) and SARS-CoV-2 infection has recently been opened in the case of prostate cancer (PC), and the aim of this multi-centre cohort study was to investigate the incidence and outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 infection in patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostrate cancer (mCRPC). […] We retrospectively reviewed the clinical records of patients with mCRPC who developed SARS-CoV-2 infection, and recorded their baseline clinical characteristics, their history of PC and SARS-CoV-2 infection, and their oncological status and treatment at the time of infection. […] The primary study end point was the death rate and the possible impact of the patients’ PC-related history and treatments on mortality. […] Thirty-four of the 1433 patients with mCRPC attending the participating centres (2.3%) developed SARS-CoV-2 infection, 22 (64.7%) of whom were hospitalised. […] The number of treatments previously administered for mCRPC had a significant impact on mortality (p = 0.004). […] Our findings contribute additional data to the current debate concerning the postulated protective role of ADT, which seems to be less in patients with metastatic PC.
33141807 HLA-DRB1*08 was more frequent in COVID+ (9.7% and 5.2%: OR = 1.9, 95% CI, 1.2-3.1; P = 0.003; Pc = 0.036).
33161031 Health systems have aspired to integrate palliative care (PC) into the emergency department (ED) to improve care quality for over a decade, yet there are very few examples of implemented models in the literature. […] The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic led to an increase in the volume of seriously ill patients in EDs and a consequent rapid increase in PC integration in many EDs. […] To describe the new PC-ED delivery innovations that emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic. […] For this qualitative study of PC programs in EDs, semistructured interviews were conducted with ED and PC clinicians between June 30, 2020 and August 18, 2020. […] Participants were asked about PC-ED integration before, during, and after COVID. […] These included elements of fully embedded PC, the use of PC extenders, technology both within the electronic medical record and outside it, and innovations in training emergency clinicians in primary PC skills to support care delivery. […] Most PC efforts focused on increasing goals-of-care conversations. […] Institutions that implemented these programs reported that they increased PC utilization in the ED, were well received by clinicians, and changed patient’s care trajectories. […] Several new innovations in PC-ED care delivery emerged during COVID. […] Many innovations leveraged different types of clinicians to deliver care, an increased physical presence of PC in the ED, and used technology to enhance care delivery.
33177436 This paper describes the adaptation of the Project Connections (PC) program, a low-threshold buprenorphine program in Baltimore, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. […] In March 2020, there was a sharp increase in new enrollments to the PC program. […] The PC program illustrates that offering on-demand, flexible treatment is an opportunity to increase opioid use disorder treatment access, even during a public health emergency that disrupted access to services.
33182268 CD3+CD8+ T cells count had a high correlation with time to hospital discharge (PC = -0.700 (-0.931, -0.066)).
33196973 The COVID-19 pandemic has put under pressure all the health national systems in Europe and telemedicine (TM) has been an almost unavoidable answer for primary care (PC) services to constrain the contagion. […] PC includes all the healthcare services that are the first level of contact for individuals. […] General practitioners (GPs) are the pivotal providers of PC throughout Europe. […] Although the adoption of TM seems to be compelling in our era, its practical dissemination in PC has been quite slow so far, and many different concerns have been raised on it. […] On the whole, TM widespread adoption in PC seems to be more a matter of labor organization and health care funding than of technology and ethics. […] Larger-scale organizations comprising a wide range of health professionals have become a pressing priority for a modern PC, because working together is crucial to provide high-quality care to patients, and co-location should boost teamwork and facilitate the management of information technology. […] A national network of large organizations in PC could be rationally managed through local budgets and should increase efficiency by adopting tools such as TM.
33221830 Two chromatographic methods were validated for the determination of the widely prescribed analgesic and antipyretic drug combination of paracetamol (PC) (recently integrated into the supportive treatment of COVID-19), propyphenazone (PZ) and caffeine (CF) in the presence of two PC impurities, namely 4-aminophenol and 4-nitrophenol. […] The developed methods were fully validated as per the ICH guidelines and proved to be accurate, robust, specific and suitable for application as purity indicating methods for routine analysis of PC in pure form or in pharmaceuticals with PZ and CF in quality control laboratories.
33228383 Triple lumen catheter (TLC), temporary hemodialysis catheter (HDC), and pneumothorax catheter (PC) insertions by surgical residents were recorded for 5 weeks. […] Bedside procedures over 5 weeks totaled to 153, 93 TLCs, 39 HDCs, and 21 PCs.
33249082 Providing palliative care (PC) at home for patients with advanced cancer has become essential during the COVID-19 emergency. […] Nevertheless, the home PC professionals (PCPs) faced a challenging situation because of increased number of discharged patients, reduced availability of health-care facilities, and physical/relational barriers between them and patients. […] This study aimed to investigate the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on burnout and psychological morbidity among home PCPs in Italy. […] One hundred and ninety-eight PC physicians and nurses working in home assistance in Italy were invited to participate. […] The PCPs participating in COVID2020 survey (n = 145) were mostly the same (70%) who participated in the BURNOUT2016 study (n = 179). […] One hundred and forty-five PCPs participated in the study (response rate 73.2%). […] During the COVID-19 emergency, home PCPs presented a lower burnout frequency (P < .001) and higher level of personal accomplishment than in 2016 (P = .047). […] In the age of COVID-19, the awareness of being at the forefront of containing the pandemic along with the sense of responsibility toward their high-risk patients may arouse PCPs’ psychological distress, but, on the other hand, this condition may improve their sense of professional satisfaction and personal accomplishment.
33264677 Through an online survey, we used primary care posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) screen for DSM 5 (PC-PTSD-5), Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)-7 and Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ)-9, along with coping methods. […] Stress symptoms, above the cut-off point of 3 in PC-PTSD-5 suggestive of probable PTSD, were present in 34.1%.
33313897 We used two stochastic individual-based models to simulate the impact of missing one or more preventive chemotherapy (PC) rounds in different endemicity settings. […] We also investigated the extent to which this impact can be lessened by mitigation strategies, such as semiannual or community-wide PC. […] Although a PC interruption will only temporarily impact the progress towards the WHO 2030 target, programmes are encouraged to restart as soon as possible to minimise the impact on morbidity.
33343579 The extended haplotype HLA-A02:05, B58:01, C07:01, DRB103:01 [OR 0.1 (95% CI 0-0.6), Pc = 0.015] was absent in all 182 patients, while the HLA-C04:01 allele and the three-loci haplotype HLA-A30:02, B14:02, C08:02 [OR 3.8 (95% CI 1.8-8.1), Pc = 0.025] were more frequently represented in patients than controls. […] In a comparison between in-patients and home care patients, the HLA-DRB1*08:01 allele was exclusively present in the hospitalized patients [OR > 2.5 (95% CI 2.7-220.6), Pc = 0.024].
33348027 Palliative care (PC) and hospice services have experienced shortages before 2020, and during the initial phases of the current pandemic, more critical gaps are expected with future surges, much as scarcity in intensive care unit services may recur during the COVID-19 pandemic. […] We review state and regional gaps already recognized in planning for scarcity in PC and hospice services during this pandemic and describe the planning initiatives Colorado has developed to address potential scarcities for this vulnerable and diverse group of people.
33360444 A subset (N = 83; 26.6% of the 312 respondents) were enrolled in college and reported use of cigarettes (n = 35) and/or e-cigarettes (n = 69) in the week prior to their campus closing (PC). […] Paired sample t-tests compared smoking and vaping frequency and quantity PC to past-week use since closing (SC). […] Both smoking and vaping frequency decreased from PC to SC; however, decreased frequency did not correspond to reduced quantity.
33393704 However, this had not been the case for palliative care (PC), because telehealth was considered nontraditional and impractical due to the sensitive nature of conversations and a “high touch” philosophy. […] Motivated by limited PC access to rural and underserved populations and positive PC telehealth studies, clinical PC telehealth models have been developing. […] However, nearly overnight, the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the use and uptake of telehealth across health care and especially in PC. […] The purpose of this review is to describe exemplar PC telehealth programs in research and clinical practice, including pros and cons, lessons learned, and future directions for the ongoing development and expansion of PC via telehealth across diseases and the lifespan.
33394477 Percutaneous cholecystostomy (PC) can provide a permanent treatment for high-risk patients for surgery or act as a bridge for later surgical treatment. […] This study is an evaluation of the use of PC during the current coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic at a single hospital. […] The patients were divided into three groups: PC (n=14), only conservative treatment with antibiotherapy (OC) (n=14), and LC (n=8). […] PC was preferred in eight (11%) patients in the same period of the previous year, whereas 14 (39%) patients underwent PC in the pandemic period. […] Four of the 36 pandemic patients were positive for COVID-19, including one member of the PC group. […] There was one (7.1%) mortality in the pandemic-period PC group due to cardiac arrest. […] LC is not recommended during the pandemic period; PC can be an effective and safe alternative for the treatment of AC.
33450479 Although there was a decrease of almost 50% in ENT-ED visits during the first wave of COVID-19, the pattern of most cases remained similar to the pre-COVID-19 era: non-urgent consultations, not previously assessed by Primary Care (PC), being considered inadequate by the HESP. […] A strengthening of PC and an improvement in the population’s health education is essential.
33492755 Follow-up surveys were sent 4 to 6 weeks after the initial survey and assessed the following: COVID-19 patient exposure, availability of COVID-19 testing, levels of home and workplace anxiety/stress, changes in behaviors, and performance on a primary care posttraumatic stress disorder screen (PC-PTSD-5). […] Logistic regression explored factors associated with a high PC-PTSD-5 scale score (≥3), indicating increased risk for PTSD. […] Women physicians were more likely to score ≥ 3 than men on the PC-PTSD-5 screener on the initial survey (43.3% vs. […] In examining the relationship between demographics, living situations, and institution location on having a PC-PTSD-5 score ≥ 3, only female sex was associated with a PC-PTSD-5 score ≥ 3 (adjusted odds ratio = 2.48, 95% CI = 1.28 to 4.79). […] At both initial and follow-up assessments, women were more likely to test positive on the PC-PTSD-5 screener compared to men.
33535513 The studies included involved four main interface modalities: Natural User Interface (e.g., eye trackers), PC or mobile, Wearable, and Robotics.
33544405 Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System; the Patient Health Questionnaire-9; the Primary Care-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Screen for DSM-5 (PC-PTSD-5) were used for assessing anxiety, depression, and PTSS, respectively.
33592533 To identify the sociodemographic, clinical and epidemiological characteristics associated with the presence of infection by the SARS-CoV-2 virus in family physicians who carry out their work in Primary Care (PC) or in Hospital Emergencies. […] 969 Primare Care Physicians, Hospital Emergency physicians and other extrahospitalry centers that had PCR for the detection of the SARS-CoV-2. […] Of these, 133 participated as cases (PCR positive) and 836 as controls (PCR negative).