Issue 5/2022

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • Patient and Public Involvement in Family Medicine Research
  • Acute Cough in Adult Patients
  • Cooperation Between Family Physicians and Outpatient Nursing Services – a Qualitative Study
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Table of contents (5/2022 - selection)

  • Clark BW, Niessen T, Apfel A, et al. Relationship of physical examination technique to associated clinical skills: results from a direct observation assessment. Am J Med 2021 Dec 31; online ahead of print (Andere Studienart)Zusammengefasst von: Natalie Ma

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  • Neuman MD, Feng R, Carson JL, et al. Spinal anesthesia or general anesthesia for hip surgery in older adults. N Engl J Med 2021 Nov 25; 385: 2025–2035 (Randomisiert-kontrollierte Studie)Zusammengefasst von: Renato L. GaleazziKommentiert von: Melanie Leder

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  • Boere TM, van Buul LW, Hopstaken RM, et al. Effect of C reactive protein point-of-care testing on antibiotic prescribing for lower respiratory tract infections in nursing home residents: cluster randomized controlled trial. BMJ 2021 Sep 21; 374: n2198 (Ra

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  • Drekonja DM, Trautner B, Amundson C, et al. Effect of 7 vs 14 days of antibiotic therapy on resolution of symptoms among afebrile men with urinary tract infection. JAMA 2021 Jul 27; 326: 324–331 (Randomisiert-kontrollierte Studie)Zusammengefasst und komme

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  • Kobayashi T, Higgins Y, Melia MT, et al. Mistaken identity: many diagnoses are frequently misattributed to Lyme disease. Am J Med 2021 Nov 30; S0002–9343: 00792–0 (Andere Studienart)Zusammengefasst und kommentiert von: Felix Schürch

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  • Matta M, Wiernik E, Robineau O, et al. Association of self-reported COVID-19 infection and SARS-CoV-2 serology: Test results with persistent physical symptoms among French adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. JAMA Intern Med 2022 Jan 1; 182: 19–25 (Andere

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  • Valgimigli M, Frigoli E, Heg D, et al. Dual antiplatelet therapy after PCI in patients at high bleeding risk. N Engl J Med 2021 Oct 28; 385: 1643–1655 (Randomisiert-kontrollierte Studie)Zusammengefasst und kommentiert von: Felix Tapernoux

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  • Sheikh M, Mukeriya A, Shangina O, et al. Postdiagnosis smoking cessation and reduced risk for lung cancer progression and mortality. Ann Intern Med 2021; 174: 1232–1239 (Kohortenstudie)Zusammengefasst und kommentiert von: Markus Häusermann

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  • Acute Cough in Adult Patients

    BackgroundAcute cough (< 8 weeks) is a frequent complaint in family practice consultations. The most common cause are respiratory infections. The Guideline „Acute and...

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  • Patient and Public Involvement in Family Medicine Research

    AbstractPatient and Public Involvement (PPI) has gained importance in Germany and is also increasingly implemented in research in family medicine. Internationally,...

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  • Cooperation Between Family Physicians and Outpatient Nursing Services – a Qualitative Study

    BackgroundFamily medicine can be strengthened by networking with other service providers, especially in an aging population. The aim of this qualitative study was to...

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  • Genetic Topics for Family Medicine Specialist Training? A Cross-Sectional Study with Family Physicians

    BackgroundAround one in 20 patients in family practice brings at least one genetically influenced health condition into consultation. To ensure comprehensive health...

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