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Evaluación cognitiva de los pacientes ancianos en el servicio de urgencias: Comparación entre instrumentos estándar, historia clí nica y la percepción de los Purchase médicos Original Research Article Revista Espa? de Geriatrí y Gerontologí Volume 45, $ 31.50 ola a a, Issue 4, July-August 2010, Pages 183-188 Alejandro Rodrí guez-Molinero, Marí López-Diéguez, I?aki a Pérez Medina, Ana I. Tabuenca, Juan J. De La Cruz, José R. Banegas
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Hemos evaluado la exactitud con la que los médicos juzgan la capacidad cognitiva de los pacientes ancianos en el servicio de urgencias. En particular hemos evaluado la validez de la impresió subjetiva que el médico tiene sobre n la cognición de sus pacientes (comparando su juicio clí nico con el resultado del S-IQCODE, un test de cribado de deterioro cognitivo) y la validez de los datos de la historia clí nica (comparando la información cognitiva contenida en la

historia con el resultado del S-IQCODE).

Material y métodos

Estudio transversal sobre 101 pacientes ancianos seleccionados al azar de entre aquellos que acudieron al servicio de urgencias, sus médicos y sus familiares-informadores. El estudio se llevó a cabo en 4 grandes hospitales universitarios entre julio y noviembre de 2003. El antecedente de deterioro cognitivo recogido en la historia fue comparado con el resultado del S-IQCODE, mediante el índice de concordancia Kappa (κ). Además la impresión que los médicos pudieran tener sobre la presencia de deterioro cognitivo en sus pacientes, también fue comparada con el S-IQCODE usando el coeficiente de concordancia κ. Cada paciente y su informador fueron emparejados con un solo médico. Se realizó un análisis multivariado para detectar factores asociados a la impresión del médico sobre la cognición de su paciente.


La concordancia entre la información sobre deterioro cognitivo contenida en la historia y los resultados del S-IQCODE fue de 0,47 (IC95%: 0,05–0,88). La concordancia entre la opinión del médico y el S-IQCODE fue de 0,26 (IC95%: 0,06–0,45). El análisis multivariado mostró que la impresión que el mé dico tení a de la situación cognitiva del paciente, estaba ligada a la impresió del médico n sobre la situación funcional de su paciente, más que a ningú otro factor n relacionado con la salud del paciente.


La situació cognitiva de los pacientes ancianos no es bien evaluada por los n médicos del servicio de urgencias.


We evaluated the accuracy of physician recognition of cognitive impairment in elderly patients in emergency departments (ED). In particular, we evaluated the accuracy of the subjective impression of the physician on patients' cognition (a comparison of the information obtained from the responsible physician with the S-IQCODE, a cognitive impairment screening test), and the accuracy of the medical records (a comparison of the information in the medical record with the S-IQCODE).

Material and methods

Cross-sectional study on 101 elderly patients selected at random from those attending ED, their ED physicians, and family member-carer. The study was conducted in the ED of four tertiary university teaching hospitals in a city, from July through November 2003. Cognitive data shown in the patient's medical records were compared against the S-IQCODE obtained from the family member-carer, using the kappa (κ) concordance index. The physicians’ impressions on the patients’ cognitive status were also compared against the S-IQCODE results, using the kappa (κ) concordance index. Each patient and their family member-carer were paired with a single physician. A logistic regression model was constructed to identify factors associated with the physicians’ impressions of the patients’ cognitive capacity.


The concordance between information on cognitive decline from medical records and the results of the S-IQCODE, was 0.47 (IC95%: 0.05–0.88). Concordance between the physicians’ impression on the presence of cognitive

impairment, and the S-IQCODE obtained from family member-carer was 0.26 (IC95% 0.06–0.45). The multivariate analysis demonstrated that the functional status of patients, as perceived by the physicians, were the variable that better explained the physicians’ impressions of patient cognitive function.


The cognitive status of elderly patients is not properly assessed by emergency department physicians.

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Introducción Material y métodos Població de estudio n Medidas e intervenciones Análisis estadí stico Resultados Caracterí sticas basales de los participantes Historias clí nicas de urgencias Juicio clí nico de los médicos de urgencias Discusión Conflicto de intereses Acknowledgements References


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RHtriangle This article provides an empirical examination of differences between 525 actual and 540 potential German-speaking Mobile Internet (MI) users concerning their perceptions of MI attributes and the relationships between such perceptions and adoption-phase specific acceptance criteria. RHtriangle The findings indicate that attribute perceptions of MI offers tend to have stronger impacts on MI use intensity among effective adopters than on MI use interest among potential adopters. RHtriangle All in all, effective and potential MI adopters who (intend to) use a laptop for MI access perceive MI attributes more positively than the respective adopter groups equipped with a cellular handset. RHtriangle Cellular customers, independent of the MI adoption status of and the MI appliance category used or preferred, tend to be convinced that almost 50% of the qualities of MI offerings are assessable only after the initial phase of effective service use; Put differently, MI is predominantly viewed as an “experience good”.


Current and future trends in fecal source tracking and deployment in the Lake Taihu Region of China Original
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The emerging discipline of microbial and/or chemical source tracking (collectively termed fecal source tracking (FST)) is being used to identify origins of fecal contamination in polluted waters in many countries around the world. FST has developed rapidly because standard methods of measuring contamination in water by enumerating fecal indicator bacteria (FIB) such as fecal coliforms and enterococci do not identify the sources of the contamination. FST is an active area of research and development in both the academic and private sectors and includes:

? Developing and testing new microbial and chemical FST methods.

? Determining the geographic application and animal host ranges of existing and emerging FST techniques.

? Conducting experimental comparisons of FST techniques.

? Combining direct monitoring of human pathogens associated with waterborne outbreaks and zoonotic pathogens responsible for infections among people, wildlife, or domesticated animals with the use of FST techniques.

? Applying FST to watershed analysis and coastal environments.

? Designing appropriate statistical and probability analysis of FST data and

? developing models for mass loadings of host-specific fecal contamination.

This paper includes a critical review of FST with emphasis on the extent to which methods have been tested (especially in comparison with other methods and/or with blind samples), which methods are applicable to different situations, their shortcomings, and their usefulness in predicting public health risk or pathogen

occurrence. In addition, the paper addresses the broader question of whether FST and fecal indicator monitoring is the best approach to regulate water quality and protect human health. Many FST methods have only been tested against sewage or fecal samples or isolates in laboratory studies (proof of concept testing) and/or applied in field studies where the “real” answer is not known, so their comparative performance and accuracy cannot be assessed. For FST to be quantitative, stability of ratios between host-specific markers in the environment must be established. In addition, research is needed on the correlation between host-specific markers and pathogens, and survival of markers after waste treatments. As a result of the exclusive emphasis on FIB by regulatory agencies, monitoring and FST development has concentrated on FIB rather than the actual pathogens. A more rational approach to regulating water quality might be to use available epidemiological data to identify pathogens of concern in a particular water body, and then use targeted pathogen monitoring coupled with very specific FST approaches to control the pathogens. Baseline monitoring of FIB would be just one tool among many in this example.

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1. Introduction 2. FST microbes and methods 3. Performance criteria 4. Implementation of FST 5. Water quality in china and the need for FST 6. A case study in FST: implementation in the Lake Taihu Region of China 7. The future of FST References


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Trans-nationally-scaled, multi-stakeholder, non-governmental product certification systems are emerging as important elements of neoliberal environmental governance. However, analysts question the extent to which they represent effective alternatives to the damaging impacts of neoliberalized, global production. They call for work examining the environmental politics arising in these new arenas of regulation, where social movements advocating environmental conservation and social justice interact with business interests in debates over how to use neoliberal tools to govern global commodity chains. This article examines The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) process to revise tree plantation certification standards. First, it considers the political process surrounding standard-setting and argues that tensions between rigor, legitimacy, and acceptability restrain the political struggles over standards within voluntary, multi-stakeholder environmental governance organizations. It proffers findings at odds with the expectation that mainstreaming diminishes the rigor of social and environmental standards. Second, it speculates on the implications of this form of neoliberal environmental governance for promoting more sustainable productions of nature. The review process failed to adequately consider the role of plantation certification in strategies for natural forest conservation. Neither did it adequately consider vital questions of the appropriate scale and location of production, the community actors best suited to deliver both forest conservation and poverty alleviation, or the need to encourage reduced consumption. The reliance on a neoliberal framework and

values limits the scope of action. These contradictions suggest that FSC certification is an important part of what needs to be a broader movement questioning current practices of environmentally damaging production and complicit, complacent, consumption.

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1. Introduction 2. Certification and neoliberalism 2.1. Certification as neoliberal environmental governance 2.2. Questioning the transformative power of certification 2.2.1. Does mainstreaming reduce the “push-back”? 2.2.2. Does a neoliberal approach subvert the “push-back”? 3. The Forest Stewardship Council and plantation certification 3.1. The FSC approach to commodity governance 3.2. Plantation certification 3.3. Method 4. Rigor, acceptability, and legitimacy of the plantation review process 4.1. Rigor, acceptability, legitimacy 4.2. The process maintained legitimacy 4.3. Elements of the debate 4.3.1. Harmful effects of plantations 4.3.2. Vested interests of auditing firms 4.3.3. Certification as market barrier 4.3.4. Certification needed to improve plantation management 4.4. Recommendations increased rigor 4.5. The tradeoff between rigor, acceptability, and legitimacy 5. Forest certification and sustainability 6. Conclusion



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Long-lived authentication protocols for process control systems
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