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characteristics of bacterial skin infections in children compared to adults at a tertiary dermatologic center.bacterial skin infections in children and adults are caused by different organisms with different antimicrobial susceptibility.199910487446
collagen-related genes influence the glaucoma risk factor, central corneal thickness.central corneal thickness (cct) is a risk factor of glaucoma, the most common cause of irreversible blindness worldwide. the identification of genetic determinants affecting cct in the normal population will provide insights into the mechanisms underlying the association between cct and glaucoma, as well as the pathogenesis of glaucoma itself. we conducted two genome-wide association studies for cct in 5080 individuals drawn from two ethnic populations in singapore (2538 indian and 2542 malays) ...201021098505
genome-wide association studies reveal genetic variants in ctnnd2 for high myopia in singapore determine susceptibility genes for high myopia in singaporean chinese.201121095009
management of ruptured intracranial aneurysms in the post-isat era: outcome of surgical clipping versus endovascular coiling in a singapore tertiary institution.the results of the international subarachnoid aneurysm trial (isat) in 2002 have significantly influenced the management of ruptured intracranial aneurysms. there is now an established shift worldwide toward endovascular coiling as the initial treatment of choice. we assessed the outcomes of patients admitted to our institution for aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage (sah), comparing the outcomes of patients (world federation of neurosurgical societies [wfns] grades 1-3) who underwent surgical c ...201323820544
perceptions of pediatric critical care nurses on the initiation of a nursing-led feeding protocol.critically ill children frequently receive inadequate nutritional support. feeding protocols have been shown to facilitate optimal nutritional care.201526562462
sleep time and pattern of adult individuals in primary care in an asian urbanized community: a cross-sectional study.sleep norms vary between individuals, being affected by personal, communal, and socioeconomic factors. individuals with sleep time which deviate from the population norm are at risks of adverse mental, cardiovascular, and metabolic health. sleep-related issues are common agenda for consultation in primary care. this study aimed to determine the sleep time, pattern, and behavior of multiethnic asian individuals who attended public primary care clinics in an urban metropolitan city-state.standardi ...201627583923
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