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Year Number of Results
1947 1
1952 1
1953 2
1954 2
1955 3
1956 4
1957 2
1958 3
1959 3
1960 3
1961 2
1962 8
1963 2
1964 3
1965 1
1968 1
1973 15
1974 17
1975 20
1976 28
1977 24
1978 20
1979 19
1980 34
1981 43
1982 70
1983 74
1984 140
1985 148
1986 187
1987 174
1988 183
1989 194
1990 208
1991 215
1992 262
1993 279
1994 653
1995 1100
1996 1400
1997 1700
1998 1744
1999 1939
2000 1928
2001 2179
2002 1926
2003 2342
2004 2507
2005 2573
2006 2833
2007 3080
2008 3399
2009 3976
2010 4188
2011 3361
2012 2988
2013 3496
2014 3402
2015 3366
2016 3104
2017 2922
2018 2900
2019 1353
2020 49
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Missing Domains of Lung Transplant Patient Selection.
Blumenthal NP, et al. Prog Transplant 2017 - Review. PMID 27888278
This study had 3 aims (1) to establish the missing domains of the interdisciplinary assessment of the lung transplant candidate, (2) to have these domains validated by an international panel of lung transplant experts, and (3) to recommend the next step for inclusion of these domains into the lung transplant candidate selection process. ...RESULTS: Seven domains of patient attributes were identified as relevant to lung transplant patient selection: cognitive performance, frailty, psychological factors, self-efficacy, social support, quality of life, and sociodemographic factors. ...
This study had 3 aims (1) to establish the missing domains of the interdisciplinary assessment of the lung transplant candidate, (2) to have …
Response
Yu FJ and Wu IC. Gastrointest Endosc 2019. PMID 30567680
Evidence-based patient safety advisory: patient selection and procedures in ambulatory surgery.
Haeck PC, et al. Plast Reconstr Surg 2009 - Review. PMID 20827237
Despite the many benefits of ambulatory surgery, there remain inherent risks associated with any surgical care environment that have the potential to jeopardize patient safety. This practice advisory provides an overview of the preoperative steps that should be completed to ensure appropriate patient selection for ambulatory surgery settings. ...
Despite the many benefits of ambulatory surgery, there remain inherent risks associated with any surgical care environment that have the pot …
Patient-Engaged Research: Choosing the "Right" Patients to Avoid Pitfalls.
Largent EA, et al. Hastings Cent Rep 2018. PMID 30311207
This article focuses attention on the "who" of patient engagement in research. First, we provide background on the rationale for patient engagement, underscoring the importance of ensuring the representativeness of engaged patients. ...Patient engagement is intended to address the inability of researchers, funders, and others to fully represent patient views and priorities, but without sufficient attention, the patients selected for this role may still leave important gaps....
This article focuses attention on the "who" of patient engagement in research. First, we provide background on the rationale for p
Non-probability sampling
El-Masri MM. Can Nurse 2017. PMID 29235800
Patient selection caveats.
Hutchison RL. Plast Reconstr Surg 1996. PMID 8701008
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