NUOVO STRUMENTO PER VALUTARE LA DIFFERENZA CLINICA NELLE META-ANALISI !

A new tool to assess Clinical Diversity In Meta‐analyses (CDIM) of interventions M Barbateskovic et al. HIGHLIGHTS What is new? This paper describes Clinical Diversity In Meta-analyses (CDIM), the first tool scientifically developed to assess clinical diversity in meta-analyses Key findings: CDIM was developed using a rigorous methodology and consists of four domains: setting diversity;…

TROPPI TRIAL RIDONDANTI: EVIDENZA DI ALTA CERTEZZA NON RICHIEDE PIU’ STUDI ! UNO STUDIO DAL CILE

Registered trials address questions already answered with high-certainty evidence: a sample of current redundant research. Laura Vergara Merino et al. Highlights Redundant trials exist despite previous findings of the same clinical question. Existing high certainty evidence may not be considered when planning new trials. Redundant trials should be avoided because of their ethical implications. ABSTRACT…

EVIDENCE BASED MANAGEMENT DELLO SCOMPENSO ACUTO CARDIACO. UNA OTTIMA REVIEW

Review: Evidence-Based Management of Acute Heart Failure Arjun K. Gupta, et al. Abstract Acute heart failure (AHF) is a complex, heterogeneous clinical syndrome with high morbidity and mortality, incurring significant healthcare costs. Patients transition from home to the emergency department, the hospital and home again, and require decisions surrounding diagnosis, treatment and prognosis at each…

MICROBIOTA ED ASSE BRAIN-GUT: UNA REVIEW USA. DALLA MOTILITA’ AL TONO DELL’UMORE

The Microbiota-Gut-Brain Axis: From Motility to Mood Kara G. Margolis et al. Abstract The gut-brain axis plays an important role in maintaining homeostasis. Many intrinsic and extrinsic factors influence signaling along this axis, modulating the function of both the enteric and central nervous systems. More recently the role of the microbiome as an important factor…

UN’ OTTIMA REVIEW DALLA GASTROENTEROLOGIA DELLA CATTOLICA SULL’ASSE GUT-BRAIN E MICROBIOTA: IBS vs IBD

The gut–brain axis in irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease. Angela Ancona et al. Introduction Gut microbiota (GM) has a critical role on host health accounting for bacteria, virus, archea, fungi, yeasts, parasite and phages [1]. Over the last twenty years, the research on gut microbiota has focused on bacterial components [2]. The majority…