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  • The risk of under-nutrition in hospitalised Malaysian children: use of 3-minute nutrition screening-paediatrics (Paediatric 3-MinNS) 

    Yeo, Pei Sien; Majid, Hazreen Abdul (Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association, 2024-05-24)
    Objective: To evaluate the under-nutrition risk of children admitted to hospitals using a validated tool. Methods: The cross-sectional study was conducted from September 2017 to June 2018 in the paediatrics wards of a ...
  • Value of MRI in the cervical spine imaging series of trauma patients: A state-of-the-art review 

    Sarblah, S. R.; Rachman, P.; Antwi, W. K.; Anudjo, Messiah; Botwe, B. O.; Akudjedu, T. N. (Radiography, 2024-04-30)
    Introduction: Clinical decision protocols for evaluation and assessment of traumatic cervical spine injuries (TCSI) lean more towards the use of CT imaging. Investigation with MRI is therefore considered unnecessary following ...
  • Associations of meeting 24-hour movement behavior guidelines with social and emotional function in youth with ASD/ADHD 

    Zhao, Mengxian; Hou, Meijun; Herold, Fabian; Chen, Yanxia; Werneck, André O.; Block, Martin E.; Kramer, Arthur F.; Taylor, Alyx; Cunha, Paolo M.; Chaput, Jean-Philippe; Falck, Ryan S.; Owen, Neville; Zou, Liye (Journal of Affective Disorders, 2024-05-22)
    Background: The 24-hour movement behavior (24-HMB) guidelines recommend that children and adolescents (youth) should limit screen time (ST), get an adequate amount of sleep (SL), and engage in sufficient physical activity ...
  • Development of the Parent-to-Infant Bonding Scale: validation in Swedish mothers and fathers in community and clinical contexts 

    Lindeberg, Sara; Tedgård, Eva; Kerstis, Birgitta; Tedgård, Ulf; Taylor, Alyx; Jönsson, Peter (Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 2024-05-17)
    Valid measurement instruments are needed to investigate the impact of parental bonding on child health development. The aim was to develop and validate a self-report questionnaire, the Parent-to-Infant Bonding Scale (PIBS) ...
  • The prevalence and determinants of anemia among indigenous (Orang Asli) children in Peninsular Malaysia: A systematic review 

    Ab Aziz, Munazieraa; Ai Kah, Ng; Ismail, Maslinor; Majid, Hazreen Abdul (Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health, 2024-05-02)
    Low- and lower-middle-income countries bear the greatest burden of anemia, particularly those living in rural settings such as an indigenous community. The objective of this systematic review is to recognize the prevalence ...
  • Integrated manual therapies 

    Newell, Dave; Draper-Rodi, Jerry; Barbe, Mary (IASP, 2023-07-19)
  • Prevalence of 24-hour movement behavior guidelines among youth with prescribed eyeglasses/contact lenses and anxiety 

    Liu, Xin; Herold, Fabian; Werneck, André Oliveira; Chen, Yanxia; Liu, Zijun; Taylor, Alyx; Kramer, Arthur F.; Zou, Liye (Mental Health and Physical Activity, 2024-04-29)
    Background: This study examined the prevalence of meeting 24-h movement behavior (24-HMB: physical activity [PA], screen time [ST], and sleep duration [SL]) guidelines in U.S. children and adolescents (youth) with prescribed ...
  • Overtraining in professional sport: Exceeding the limits in a culture of physical and mental toughness 

    Tibbert, Stephanie; Anderson, Mark B. (Human Kinetics, 2015)
    Doing Exercise Psychology uses applied theories alongside authentic client interactions to address the challenging psychological components of physical activity. Doing Exercise Psychology helps students understand how to ...
  • Individual and total sugar contents of street foods in Malaysia - Should we be concerned? 

    Arifen, Zainorain Natasha Zainal; Shahar, Suzana; Trieu, Kathy; Majid, Hazreen Abdul; Md Noh, Mohd Fairulnizal; Haron, Hasnah (Food Chemistry, 2024-08-30)
    Street foods are often of poor nutritional quality with high sugar content, in which the overconsumption of sugar is associated with obesity. However, sugar content information on local street foods is scarce. Thus, the ...
  • The mystery of the COVID toes - turning evidence-based medicine on its head 

    Bristow, Ivan; Borthwick, Alan M. (Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 2020-06-23)
    The recent and rapid emergence of COVID-19 infection has led to a flood of publications describing all aspects of the disease and its presentation. The appearance of chilblain-like lesions, in children and young adults has ...
  • Successful treatment of hard corns in two patients using microwave energy 

    Bristow, Ivan; Webb, Christopher (Case Reports in Dermatology, 2020-11-05)
    Corns are a common foot problem accounting for nearly half of all problems seen within podiatry and chiropody clinics. Hard corns are concentrated areas of hyperkeratosis within the stratum corneum, typically found on the ...
  • Retronychia - a different kind of ingrowing toenail 

    Bristow, Ivan; Boyle, Andrew (Dermatological Nursing, 2021-03)
    This article looks at a case of retronychia, a recently reported condition, in which literature only exists for the past two decades. The case involves nail trauma where the nail plate embeds in a retrograde direction into ...
  • Optimal emollient treatment and prevention of diabetic foot complications 

    Bowen, Graham; Bristow, Ivan; Chadwick, Paul; Edmonds, Michael; Kedia, Nitil; Leigh, Richard; Welch, Donna; Walker, Ian; Warren, Tim; Wylie, David (Diabetic Foot Journal, 2021-03-26)
    Foot ulcers in diabetes and their associated consequences (including amputation) present a significant burden to both patients and the NHS. The majority of foot ulcers are preceded by callus formation, effective treatment ...
  • Paediatric cutaneous warts and verrucae: An update 

    Bristow, Ivan (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2022-12-07)
    Cutaneous warts are common lesions in children caused by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and for most lesions spontaneously resolve within months of the initial infection, regardless of treatment. The infection is most ...
  • The treatment of plantar warts using microwave-A review of 85 consecutive cases in the United States 

    Gupta, Aditya K.; Wang, Tong; Cooper, Elizabeth A.; Conenello, Robert M.; Bristow, Ivan (Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, 2023-06-20)
    Background: Plantar warts (verrucae plantaris) are a common source of pain for patients and are often refractory to treatment. Previous work has shown a high clearance rate of verrucae using a surface-based microwave device ...
  • Microwave therapy for the treatment of plantar warts 

    Hagon, Wendy; Hagon, Jonathan; Noble, Greer; Brenton-Rule, Angela; Stewart, Sarah; Bristow, Ivan (Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 2023-06-15)
    Background: Plantar warts, or verrucae plantaris, are common lesions causing considerable pain during weightbearing activity. Although current treatment modalities have low success rates, microwave therapy has been introduced ...
  • Independent prescribing in the UK: insights from the Department of Health Allied Health Professions Medicines Project team 

    Bristow, Ivan; Bowen, Catherine; Wilson, Nicky; Borthwick, Alan (Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 2023-07-04)
    Background: The UK medicines legislation was amended ten years ago (2013) to allow podiatrists and physiotherapists independent prescribing rights, the first of the allied health professions to do so. Non-medical prescribing ...
  • Chiropractic Day 2023: A report and qualitative analysis of how thought leaders celebrate the present and envision the future of chiropractic 

    Johnson, Claire D.; Green, Bart N.; Agaoglu, Mustafa; Amorin-Woods, Lyndon; Brown, Richard; Byfield, David; Clum, Gerard W.; Crespo, Waleska; Da Silva, Kendrah L.; Dane, Dawn; Daniels, Clinton J.; Edwards, Micheala; Foshee, William K.; Goertz, Christine; Henderson, Charles; Hynes, Roger; Johnson, Valerie; Killinger, Lisa; Konarski-Hart, Karen; Kopansky-Giles, Deborah; Kowalski, Matthew; Little, Craig; McAllister, Sherry; Mrozek, John; Nixdorf, Don; Peeace, L. David; Peterson, Cynthia; Petrocco-Napuli, Kristina L.; Phillips, Reed; Snow, Gregory; Sorrentino, Anne; Wong, Yi Kai; Yelverton, Christopher; Young, Kenneth J. (Journal of Chiropractic Humanities, 2023-12)
    Objective: This study aimed to (1) collect and analyze statements about how to celebrate chiropractic in the present and roles that chiropractors may fulfill in the future, (2) identify if there was congruence among the ...
  • Formulation and Administration of Enteral Feeds 

    Hardy, Gil; Majid, Hazreen Abdul (Springer, Cham, 2023-10-04)
    Enteral feeding (EF) is used mainly for patients with oral failure due to neurological or head/neck problems. If the gut is functional, it is the first line of treatment for clinically administered nutrition and hydration ...
  • A conventional multiplex PCR for the detection of four common soil-transmitted nematodes in human feces: development and validation 

    Hassan, N. A.; Noor Badi, F. A.; Mohd-Shaharuddin, N.; Wan Yusoff, W. S.; Lim, Y. A. L.; Chua, K. H.; Sidi Omar, S. F. N.; Chang, L. Y.; Majid, Hazreen Abdul; Ngui, R. (Tropical Biomedicine, 2022-03-31)
    Soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections, mainly caused by Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichuris trichiura, and hookworms, are among the most common intestinal parasites that infect humans. The infections are widely distributed ...

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