Estimation of glomerular filtration rate GFR in renal transplant patients is often assessed by application of creatinine-based equations. This is a single-center, cross-sectional study involving adult renal transplant patients. Background demographic data, medications, office blood pressure, and baseline investigations were taken.
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A Joint Initiative of. This website is a joint initiative between the Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health, Department of Nutrition and the National University of Singapore, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health to provide up-to-date, best practice information to the public, health and public health practitioners, business and community leaders, media, and policymakers.
Context: The size and morphology of the adrenal glands are affected by several physiological and pathological conditions. Radiologists need to be aware of the normal thickness of adrenal gland to accurately assess patients with suspected adrenal pathology. However, there is limited data on the normal size of the adrenal glands. Moreover, this has not been studied in our population.
For optimal treatment of femoral fractures, it is essential to understand the anatomical antecurvation of the human femur. Recent clinical studies have highlighted the problem of distal anterior encroachment or even perforation of the nail tip. The aim of this study was to accurately describe the femoral antecurvation in a large cohort.
Asia Pacific Education Review. In this article, we seek to assess the extent to which adult and lifelong learning policies and practices in Asia have distinctiveness by comparison to those found in western societies, through an analysis of inter-governmental, national and regional policies in the field. We also inform our study through the analysis of the work of organisations with an international remit with a specific focus on Asia and Europe.
Though the area of mental health in black, Asian and minority ethnic BAME groups is under-researched, BAME groups are generally considered to be at higher risk of developing mental ill health. Below is a summary of the research to date, but please apply caution when interpreting these results. The Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey APMS found the prevalence of common mental health problems to vary significantly by ethnic group for women, but not for men.