NICE Eyes on Evidence: Cumulative Index 2013 (NICE Evidence)

Summary

The NICE Evidence‘s Eyes on Evidence service covers significant new evidence across a range of topics. Here is an alphabetical list of the items, which have appeared so far this year, of broad interest to readers of this information service:

Adherence to a warfarin dosing algorithm in atrial fibrillation. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 51: July 2013).

‘Anti-fat’ bias among doctors. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 49: May 2013).

Benefits of drug therapy are unclear for mild hypertension. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 45: January 2013).

Benzodiazepines and the risk of dementia. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 46: February 2013).

Citalopram for the treatment of depression. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 46: February 2013).

Cost and risk management in critical care – reducing the use of colloids: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 48: April 2013).

Deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease with early motor complications. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 52: August 2013).

Disease recurrence and survival in node-negative colorectal cancer. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 45: January 2013).

Domestic violence presenting in primary care. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 49: May 2013).

Drug interactions associated with herbal remedies and dietary supplements. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 50: June 2013).

Drug treatments for restless legs syndrome. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 53: September 2013).

Effect of telehealth on secondary and emergency care. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 47: March 2013).

Effects of loneliness and social isolation on mortality in older people. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 53: September 2013).

The effects of printed computerised reminders in clinical practice. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 52: August 2013).

Evaluating mandatory restrictions on trans fatty acids. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 45: January 2013).

Fever in patients with cancer and low-risk neutropenia: oral antibiotic monotherapy versus dual therapy. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 52: August 2013).

General health checks in adults. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 51: July 2013).

Grapefruit: drug interactions. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 48: April 2013).

Heart failure: effects of aldosterone antagonists and renin-angiotensin antagonists on mortality. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 48: April 2013).

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT): cardiovascular outcomes after recent menopause. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 49: May 2013).

Hypoglycaemia and risk of death in critically ill patients. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 47: March 2013).

Improving efficiency and safety of out-of-hours care through wireless working in hospitals: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 51: July 2013).

Improving histopathology management by establishing a 7-day turnaround time: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 45: January 2013).

Improving quality and the patient experience – a children and young people cancer survivorship initiative: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 46: February 2013).

Improving the quality of care for patients with type 1 diabetes through dose adjustment for normal eating (DAFNE): a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 48: April 2013).

Increasing support offered via a national quitline does not improve quit rates. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 45: January 2013).

Infectious diseases among homeless populations. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 48: April 2013).

Integrated whole system services for people with dementia: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 46: February 2013).

Metabolic profile and declining cognitive function. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 50: June 2013).

Musculoskeletal physiotherapy and patient self-referral: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 47: March 2013).

NICE accreditation case study: British HIV Association. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 47: March 2013).

NICE accreditation case study: College of Occupational Therapists. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 50: June 2013).

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: new information and warnings about cardiovascular risk. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 53: September 2013).

Physiotherapy treatment for Parkinson’s disease. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 46: February 2013).

Podiatry education to empower patients to self-care: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 50: June 2013).

Premature death after self-harm. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 49: May 2013).

Preventable deaths due to problems in care in English acute hospitals. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 45: January 2013).

Prevention of ventilator-associated pneumonia with oral antiseptics. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 46: February 2013).

Probiotics in antibiotic-associated diarrhoea. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 49: May 2013).

Reducing bed days and outpatient appointments with Arrhythmia Care Coordinators: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 51: July 2013).

Reducing hospital admission rates for people with type 2 diabetes: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 49: May 2013).

Rheumatoid factor and risk of future rheumatoid arthritis. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 48: April 2013).

Risk of asthma exacerbation after stopping inhaled corticosteroids in people with stable asthma. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 50: June 2013).

Safety Express – a national pilot to deliver harm-free care: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 53: September 2013).

Screening for type 2 diabetes. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 52: August 2013).

Simple behavioural interventions that can reduce non-attendance: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 49: May 2013).

Small benefits of Z drugs over placebo for insomnia. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 49: May 2013).

Trends in new medicine launches in the UK. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 51: July 2013).

Use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) on discharge from hospital and 1-year mortality in older patients. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 52: August 2013).

Using teledermatology for diagnosis, triage and effective care: a case study from the Quality, Improvement, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) collection. (Eyes on Evidence, Issue 45: January 2013).

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Dementia and Elderly Care News. Wolverhampton Medical Institute: WMI. (jh)
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