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online medical journals about Emerging Infectious Diseases called things like "the orange sweater"

 
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i am trying to gain access to these JAMA journals.
and if i can, i will post whatever information i find out here.

i'm curious to know what they discuss in them.

until then....over and out.
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i'll unpin this until i find out more.
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I tried this

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The cover. Monhegan, Maine.
Golub RM.
JAMA. 2010 Sep 15;


I found this [link to fsmweb.northwestern.edu (secure)]

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I tried this

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The cover. Monhegan, Maine.
Golub RM.
JAMA. 2010 Sep 15;


I found this [link to fsmweb.northwestern.edu (secure)]

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oh ya, i can see why they put "art" on the cover of these things if this is what they talk about inside:

Robert M Golub: PubMed Publications
New Orleans, Katrina, and the death and life of cities.
Golub RM
JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association 2007 Sep 5; 298(9):1062-3
PMID: 17785655
Responding to a small-scale bioterrorist anthrax attack: cost-effectiveness analysis comparing preattack vaccination with postattack antibiotic treatment and vaccination.
Schmitt B, Dobrez D, Parada JP, Kyriacou DN, Golub RM, Sharma R, Bennett C
Archives of internal medicine 2007 Apr 9; 167(7):655-62
PMID: 17420423
Cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation versus the induction of labor for second-trimester pregnancy termination.

Cowett AA, Golub RM, Grobman WA
American journal of obstetrics and gynecology 2006 Mar; 194(3):768-73
PMID: 16522411

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you can see the covers here:
[link to wwwnc.cdc.gov]

and then a few "Expedited Articles"
the ones they will let you know about slightly.
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this is so sick:

Cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation versus the induction of labor for second-trimester pregnancy termination.
Cowett AA, Golub RM, Grobman WA.
Source
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA.
Abstract
OBJECTIVE:
The purpose of this study was to compare the cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation versus misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination.
STUDY DESIGN:
Using decision analysis, we compared the cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation and misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination. Complications for dilation and evacuation and induction of labor included repeat dilation and curettage, cervical laceration repair, hospital admission, laparotomy, hysterectomy, and maternal death. Induction of labor complications also included failed induction of labor. The primary outcome was cost per quality-adjusted life year. Sensitivity analyses were performed for all relevant variables.
RESULTS:
Dilation and evacuation was less costly and more effective than misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination with baseline estimates. In 1-way sensitivity analysis, the model was robust to all variation in probabilities and costs. In Monte Carlo simulation with 1000 trials and a cost-effectiveness threshold of $50,000/quality-adjusted life year, dilation and evacuation was the preferred approach in 97.9% of trials.
CONCLUSION:
Dilation and evacuation is less expensive and more effective than misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination.


isn't that sweet that they considered "quality of life" in their cost effectiveness for killing babies in the 2nd trimester.

i think that is super of them.
*sarcasm*
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Contemplating cognitive enhancement in medical students and residents.
Webb JR, Thomas JW, Valasek MA.
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Medical Scientist Training Program, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX 75390, USA. jwebb1@parknet.pmh.org
Abstract
Medical school and residency can be stressful times, involving years of intensive academic study and pressure to earn high grades. Students and residents must learn to care for the sick, a task requiring long work hours and sleep deprivation. In such an environment, it is important to monitor the mental health of trainees and the factors that influence it. This essay examines a relatively unexplored facet of physician mental health: the use of pharmacological stimulants by students and residents to study better, earn higher grades, stay awake longer, and take better care of patients. Practical and ethical considerations of stimulant use in the medical profession, along with future directions for medical student mental health, are discussed.


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I tried this

20.
The cover. Monhegan, Maine.
Golub RM.
JAMA. 2010 Sep 15;


I found this [link to fsmweb.northwestern.edu (secure)]

Smiley
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oh ya, i can see why they put "art" on the cover of these things if this is what they talk about inside:

Robert M Golub: PubMed Publications
New Orleans, Katrina, and the death and life of cities.
Golub RM
JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association 2007 Sep 5; 298(9):1062-3
PMID: 17785655
Responding to a small-scale bioterrorist anthrax attack: cost-effectiveness analysis comparing preattack vaccination with postattack antibiotic treatment and vaccination.
Schmitt B, Dobrez D, Parada JP, Kyriacou DN, Golub RM, Sharma R, Bennett C
Archives of internal medicine 2007 Apr 9; 167(7):655-62
PMID: 17420423
Cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation versus the induction of labor for second-trimester pregnancy termination.

Cowett AA, Golub RM, Grobman WA
American journal of obstetrics and gynecology 2006 Mar; 194(3):768-73
PMID: 16522411
 Quoting: pink cat


Maybe in this case, must be a reference in the database to the cover art of the subject medical attention rats. The cover (zoom with mouse here [link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] ) used is that of Rembrandt van Rijn. The text describes the design with rats.
From this point you can read in the text (I insert the first few lines ...)

In The Rat Catcher, on this month's cover, Rembrandt's light hand scratched a telling rat's tale in a local transaction between an itinerant peddler and a homeowner.

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

In Top of the page if you click the logo "EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES" directs you here [link to wwwnc.cdc.gov] On this page you can click "Browse by Cover" and you are here [link to wwwnc.cdc.gov]

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this is so sick:

Cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation versus the induction of labor for second-trimester pregnancy termination.
Cowett AA, Golub RM, Grobman WA.
Source
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA.
Abstract
OBJECTIVE:
The purpose of this study was to compare the cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation versus misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination.
STUDY DESIGN:
Using decision analysis, we compared the cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation and misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination. Complications for dilation and evacuation and induction of labor included repeat dilation and curettage, cervical laceration repair, hospital admission, laparotomy, hysterectomy, and maternal death. Induction of labor complications also included failed induction of labor. The primary outcome was cost per quality-adjusted life year. Sensitivity analyses were performed for all relevant variables.
RESULTS:
Dilation and evacuation was less costly and more effective than misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination with baseline estimates. In 1-way sensitivity analysis, the model was robust to all variation in probabilities and costs. In Monte Carlo simulation with 1000 trials and a cost-effectiveness threshold of $50,000/quality-adjusted life year, dilation and evacuation was the preferred approach in 97.9% of trials.
CONCLUSION:
Dilation and evacuation is less expensive and more effective than misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination.


isn't that sweet that they considered "quality of life" in their cost effectiveness for killing babies in the 2nd trimester.

i think that is super of them.
*sarcasm*
 Quoting: pink cat


This might be a little less horrific when you think about it in terms of the fetus already being dead. I lost a babe in the 5th to 6th month and had to be induced to deliver the dead baby. Yes, it was horrific but it wasn't an abortion either. I would much rather have had a dilation and evacuation while asleep, than going thru labor and delivery with nothing to show for it. The quality of life, is the mother's life, as each labor is hard on her and does damage, yes every birth does.

Not putting you down, just hoping to show that this isn't all about abortion here. 2nd term abortions should be totally outlawed!!!!! Poor little soul going through that horrific pain....God in heaven!!!! I do think this is talking about fetal death but could be wrong.

Good find on the cover up of emerging disease. Like how they have changed the names of old diseases to new names so we think they did away with the old ones with poisonous vaccines!!
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and why can't they call the journal what the actual SUBJECT is instead of the cover art you dumbass?
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For the illiterate librarians, of course.
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and why can't they call the journal what the actual SUBJECT is instead of the cover art you dumbass?
 Quoting: pink cat


For the illiterate librarians, of course.
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this is so sick:

Cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation versus the induction of labor for second-trimester pregnancy termination.
Cowett AA, Golub RM, Grobman WA.
Source
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL, USA.
Abstract
OBJECTIVE:
The purpose of this study was to compare the cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation versus misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination.
STUDY DESIGN:
Using decision analysis, we compared the cost-effectiveness of dilation and evacuation and misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination. Complications for dilation and evacuation and induction of labor included repeat dilation and curettage, cervical laceration repair, hospital admission, laparotomy, hysterectomy, and maternal death. Induction of labor complications also included failed induction of labor. The primary outcome was cost per quality-adjusted life year. Sensitivity analyses were performed for all relevant variables.
RESULTS:
Dilation and evacuation was less costly and more effective than misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination with baseline estimates. In 1-way sensitivity analysis, the model was robust to all variation in probabilities and costs. In Monte Carlo simulation with 1000 trials and a cost-effectiveness threshold of $50,000/quality-adjusted life year, dilation and evacuation was the preferred approach in 97.9% of trials.
CONCLUSION:
Dilation and evacuation is less expensive and more effective than misoprostol induction of labor for second-trimester termination.


isn't that sweet that they considered "quality of life" in their cost effectiveness for killing babies in the 2nd trimester.

i think that is super of them.
*sarcasm*
 Quoting: pink cat


This might be a little less horrific when you think about it in terms of the fetus already being dead. I lost a babe in the 5th to 6th month and had to be induced to deliver the dead baby. Yes, it was horrific but it wasn't an abortion either. I would much rather have had a dilation and evacuation while asleep, than going thru labor and delivery with nothing to show for it. The quality of life, is the mother's life, as each labor is hard on her and does damage, yes every birth does.

Not putting you down, just hoping to show that this isn't all about abortion here. 2nd term abortions should be totally outlawed!!!!! Poor little soul going through that horrific pain....God in heaven!!!! I do think this is talking about fetal death but could be wrong.

Good find on the cover up of emerging disease. Like how they have changed the names of old diseases to new names so we think they did away with the old ones with poisonous vaccines!!
 Quoting: whiteangel


i totally understand that aspect.
i just think things like "cost effective" should be left out of a discussion on anything like this.

in the 5th month i found out my son inside me had trisomy 13. so i knew he would die either inside fo me or shortly thereafter being born. i chose to go forward with my pregnancy since this is all i would ever have of him.
he then decided to go in the 38th week after i pleaded for him to go because i couldn't take it anymore.
and so he just left. peacefully. it was quite the experience.

i had a c section. there was no way i was going to go through a delivery. and i've even done a home birth before on my bed.

his name was henry.
he will always be my son.

and yes, i totally understand that aspect completely.
and my heart goes out to anyone in that position.
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and why can't they call the journal what the actual SUBJECT is instead of the cover art you dumbass?
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For the illiterate librarians, of course.
 Quoting: zenobiaphobia


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Pink if you look over to the right of the first link you posted you will see links to neurological behaviors based on certain test


here is the list that shows 21 articles linked to your first link

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

here are the first 5 on that page ...

Neurobehavioral assessment of mice following repeated postnatal exposure to chlorpyrifos-oxon.

Cole TB, Fisher JC, Burbacher TM, Costa LG, Furlong CE.

Neurotoxicol Teratol. 2012 May-Jun;34(3):311-22. doi: 10.1016/j.ntt.2012.02.003. Epub 2012 Mar 7.

PMID:
22425525
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Free PMC Article

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Repeated developmental exposure of mice to chlorpyrifos oxon is associated with paraoxonase 1 (PON1)-modulated effects on cerebellar gene expression.

Cole TB, Beyer RP, Bammler TK, Park SS, Farin FM, Costa LG, Furlong CE.

Toxicol Sci. 2011 Sep;123(1):155-69. doi: 10.1093/toxsci/kfr157. Epub 2011 Jun 14.

PMID:
21673326
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Free PMC Article

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Behavioral Characterization of GCLM-Knockout Mice, a Model for Enhanced Susceptibility to Oxidative Stress.

Cole TB, Giordano G, Co AL, Mohar I, Kavanagh TJ, Costa LG.

J Toxicol. 2011;2011:157687. doi: 10.1155/2011/157687. Epub 2011 Apr 27.

PMID:
21559092
[PubMed]

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Paraoxonase 2 (PON2) in the mouse central nervous system: a neuroprotective role?

Giordano G, Cole TB, Furlong CE, Costa LG.

Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 2011 Nov 1;256(3):369-78. doi: 10.1016/j.taap.2011.02.014. Epub 2011 Feb 23.

PMID:
21354197
[PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

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Paradigm shift in translational neuroimaging of CNS disorders.

Sako&#287;lu U, Upadhyay J, Chin CL, Chandran P, Baker SJ, Cole TB, Fox GB, Day M, Luo F.

Biochem Pharmacol. 2011 Jun 15;81(12):1374-87. doi: 10.1016/j.bcp.2010.12.029. Epub 2011 Jan 8. Review.

PMID:
21219879
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here is "The Orange Sweater" article, hope it helps

[link to jama.jamanetwork.com]
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yes, every bit of information helps.
thank you.

interesting
"Orange Sweater (cover), by the American painter Elmer Bischoff (1916-1991), doesn't have a hidden meaning or tell a story. Like many of his paintings, it was intended to evoke a feeling, a sensory memory. The setting is a quiet space with tall windows and soft lighting—probably a library at Yuba College in northern California where Bischoff was on the faculty in 1955. The focal point is a woman's glowing orange sweater. All the colors in the room play off this small orange trapezoid at the center of the painting's lower third. Another woman sits far in the back near a window. A sense of stillness is created by the spacing of the figures and the drowsy tones of forest green, taupe, and mother-of-pearl. One can almost imagine dust motes floating in the air."

i wonder then what energing infectious disease they talk about after this lovely cover?
i will sign up and see.
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a layperson has to pay $125 to see these articles.

nice.
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