BMJ


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BMJBritish Medical Journal
BMJBundesministerium der Justiz (German: Federal Ministry of Justice)
BMJBundesministerium für Justiz (Vienna, Austria)
BMJBuilders Merchants Journal (online journal)
BMJBill Moyers Journal (TV series)
BMJBureau of Medicine and Surgery
BMJBonvin-Messerli-Jentsch SA (Swiss staffing company)
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The BMJ highlighted that National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines state that cataract removal is cost effective and should not be restricted to the more severe cases.
The BMJ report said: "At 10 weeks, the patient remained well, with no neurological deficit and no residual ear symptoms, and CT demonstrated complete resolution of the intracranial abscesses."
BMJ aims to advance healthcare worldwide by sharing knowledge and expertise to improve experiences, outcomes, and value.
Scopus identified the lowest percentage of FAs for all journals, except BMJ Open, for which a lower percentage of FAs was identified in PubMed.
The Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMet) runs WRF model for a three-day weather forecast and employs Conf1 (WSM6, BMJ, and YSU) scheme combination.
Now, a study published in BMJ finds that, indeed, there is some promise here.
In a study published in the BMJ, Ju-Young Shin, PhD, and colleagues examined records of 1,224 patients aged 17 years and younger from a nationwide South Korean health insurance database submitted between January 2007 and December 2011.
Subsequent full or half siblings of a child with cerebral palsy had a 9.2-fold and 3.0-fold increase in the risk of cerebral palsy, respectively, and parents with cerebral palsy had a 6.5-fold increase in the risk of having an affected child, the investigators found (BMJ 2014 [doi:10.1136/bmj.g4294]).
Both papers have now been withdrawn and the BMJ are investigating.
The minister said that the access to the database is sourced from UpToDate, a software system for medical databases, and the British Medical Journal (BMJ), with whom the Ministry of Health had already signed agreements to gain access to its medical and clinical evidence and information.
Walsh is Editor of BMJ Learning at the British Medical Association.
The BMJ is now running a series of intermittent articles looking at the risks and harms of overdiagnosis in a broad range of common conditions--the first of which is an article that suggests that the introduction of computed tomography pulmonary angiography led to an associated 80% rise in the detection of pulmonary emboli--many of which, the authors argue, do not need to be found.