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Outcome of Critically ill Patients Undergoing Mandatory Insulin Therapy Compared to Usual Care Insulin Therapy: Protocol for a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial 

Outcome of Critically ill Patients Undergoing Mandatory Insulin Therapy Compared to Usual Care Insulin Therapy: Protocol for a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial 

In 2001, Van den Berghe and colleagues extended this to critically ill patients with no history of diabetes when they published the results of a study of “tight” blood glucose control compared with conventional blood glucose control in Dutch intensive care

Peter J Watkinson, Vicki S Barber, J Duncan Young

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(3):e44


Maximizing Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations and Cost Savings Beyond Targeting the Most Costly Patients

Maximizing Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations and Cost Savings Beyond Targeting the Most Costly Patients

11731AbstractAbstractMaximizing Potentially Avoidable Hospitalizations and Cost Savings Beyond Targeting the Most Costly PatientsHaleTimothySimonsMarianaPhD1Philips Research34 High Tech CampusEindhoven,Netherlandsmariana.simons@philips.comGolasSaraPhD2AgboolaStephenMPH, MD2op den

Mariana Simons, Sara Golas, Stephen Agboola, Jorn op den Buijs, Jennifer Felsted, Nils Fischer, Allison Orenstein

iproc 2018;4(2):e11731


Estimation of the Probability of Reinfection With COVID-19 by the Susceptible-Exposed-Infectious-Removed-Undetectable-Susceptible Model

Estimation of the Probability of Reinfection With COVID-19 by the Susceptible-Exposed-Infectious-Removed-Undetectable-Susceptible Model

next, and the disease will persist.To compute the basic reproductive number (R0) of the model with the incidence rate for the recovered population assumed to vanish, such that B=0, we employed the next generation method as applied by Deikmann et al [8] and van

Alexander Victor Okhuese

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e19097


Metadata Correction: Impact of Educational Level on Study Attrition and Evaluation of Web-Based Computer-Tailored Interventions: Results From Seven Randomized Controlled Trials

Metadata Correction: Impact of Educational Level on Study Attrition and Evaluation of Web-Based Computer-Tailored Interventions: Results From Seven Randomized Controlled Trials

The authors of the paper entitled “Impact of Educational Level on Study Attrition and Evaluation of Web-Based Computer-Tailored Interventions: Results From Seven Randomized Controlled Trials” [J Med Internet Res 2015;17(10):e228] inadvertently omitted Eline

Dominique Reinwand, Rik Crutzen, Iman Elfeddali, Francine Schneider, Daniela Nadine Schulz, Eline Susanne Smit, Nicola Esther Stanczyk, Huibert Tange, Viola Voncken-Brewster, Michel Jean Louis Walthouwer, Ciska Hoving, Hein de Vries

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(11):e252


Internet-Based Physical Activity Interventions: A Systematic Review of the Literature

Internet-Based Physical Activity Interventions: A Systematic Review of the Literature

We used a list of criteria recommended by Van Tulder et al [26], which has proven to be appropriate in other reviews evaluating physical activity or exercise interventions [27,28].

Marleen van den Berg, Johannes Schoones, Theodora Vliet Vlieland

J Med Internet Res 2007;9(3):e26