The PhD study of Mari Liukka, MHSc, aimed to describe the level of and differences in the patient safety culture in acute and long-term care and to clarify how patient safety incident reports are analysed and what kind of developments have been proposed based on reports.
People with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are less likely to have cataract surgery than people without Alzheimer’s disease. The procedure rate starts to decrease already one year after the diagnosis.
The risks of an elective revascularisation procedure for coronary artery disease are similar for people with and without Alzheimer’s disease (AD), but people with AD have worse outcomes after an emergency procedure.
Fast, reliable and automatic assessment of the severity of myoclonic jerks from video footage is now possible, thanks to an algorithm using deep convolutional neural network architecture and pretrained models that identify and track keypoints in the human body.