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Middle School Art in the Capitol is a statewide visual arts contest that requires each school district to annually hold an art competition for all students in grades 6 through 8 attending public schools, private schools and home schools in Florida.




Ibd Home Study Chart School 22


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Middle School Art in the Capitol Entries and WinnersFebruary 3, 2023Middle School Art in the Capitol is a statewide visual arts contest that requires each school district to annually hold an art competition for all students in grades 6 through 8 attending public schools, private schools and home schools in Florida.


This is a retrospective cohort study using de-identified data collected from a research data base that included 6 integrated facilities associated with one tertiary healthcare center from 2012 to 2019. The electronic chart records for 3104 Caucasian and African American IBD patients were reviewed for frequency of urolithiasis and uncomplicated UTI via diagnosed ICD-10 codes. Comparison between data groups was made using multivariate regressions, t-tests, and chi square tests.


This study was approved under University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) IRB #2019-0194 for retrospective analysis of 3272 identified charts of individuals with either UC or CD. This study was designed using a retrospective cohort model. The data was collected by IRB-approved researchers from 2012 to 2019 from a research data base that recorded data from 6 integrated facilities associated with one tertiary healthcare center based around Jackson, Mississippi. The study data was collected from EPIC, de-identified, and managed using Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) tools hosted at UMMC [17, 18].


Due to our large cohort, which is spread out among many physicians and several medical centers, our analysis is limited by the use of ICD-10 codes for the diagnosis of uncomplicated UTIs and urolithiasis. While 100 patient charts were manually reviewed by IRB-approved researchers to confirm accuracy of the coding, it would have been nearly impossible to confirm all of the diagnoses, and this may present another limitation of our study. We did not personally review the computer tomography scans that reported the kidney stones, as well as the data of the urinalysis cultures that confirmed the UTIs in CD and UC patients. We also did not examine the types of stones that were formed in patients with CD versus the types of stones that formed in patients with UC. Our study focused on the number of patients who have ever been diagnosed with an UTI. It would be interesting to further analyze this data to see the average number of UTIs per person. Further studies should be conducted to examine the rate at which different types of kidney stones are formed in UC and the rates at which different pathogens are cultured in IBD patients with UTIs. It would also be interesting to see how the rates of urolithiasis and UTIs in this IBD population compare to the general population with similar comorbidities. Additional studies should also examine whether IBD patients with urolithiasis have an elevated risk of developing further kidney complications, such as pyelonephritis and renal failure. It may also be helpful to have further studies stratify the IBD population based on the severity of their disease.


This study was approved under University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) IRB #2019-0194. All procedures performed in the study involving the human participants were in accordance with the ethical standards of the University of Mississippi Medical center and with the 1964 Helsinki declaration and its later amendments. The retrospective chart review was performed in accordance with UMMC IRB #2019-0194 protocol and does not require informed consent as patients received normal standard of care treatment.


Several limitations need to be considered when interpreting the results of this post-hoc analysis. The nature of retrospective chart review studies means that suboptimal response indicators may be underestimated due to insufficient or inconsistent information being recorded in patient medical records and the reasoning for clinicians adjusting treatment regimen and patient outcomes (biochemical, clinical, endoscopic or quality of life) have not been captured. The off-label use of anti-TNF therapy and low numbers of patients with UC mean that the data set analyzed here must be interpreted with caution. While only 10 centers in mainland China participated in this study, potentially limiting the generalizability of the results, centers were located in North, East and South China, and included some of the largest anti-TNF prescribing centers in the country. Nonetheless, this study provides insights on the outcomes following first-line treatment with an anti-TNF therapy for IBD in China; the definition of suboptimal outcomes in this study was well established and aligned with a previous multinational chart review, allowing meaningful comparisons between countries [7, 9].


There is no universal formula for building resilience in young people. If a child seems overwhelmed or troubled at school and at home, parents might consider talking to someone who can help, such as a counselor, psychologist, or other mental health professional.


JR One of the most important take-home messages is that every study that has compared subcutaneous and intramuscular administration has shown that they are about the same in terms of efficacy. In addition, patients find that subcutaneous administration hurts less than intramuscular, so if health care providers prescribe parenteral administration, they should recommend a subcutaneous route. The bioavailability of parenteral methotrexate has been shown to be superior to oral, especially when going above doses of 15 mg. Thus, induction doses are best absorbed parenterally. If an even lower dose is being used, such as with adult dosing of 15 mg once a week for maintenance monotherapy or 12.5 mg once a week for combination therapy with an anti-TNF agent, oral administration is likely adequate.


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