Review Article November 2014

Evidence Based Medicine

Evidence-based medicine (EBM) uses the best evidence carefully, clearly and wisely in making decisions about the care of individual patients. It started in the early 1990s with the aim of implementing the best practices for patients by integrating evidence and patient specificities into the clinical decision-making process. In present day, the approach of opinion based decision has been replaced by…

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  • Recieved 09.06.2013
  • Accepted 19.06.2013
  • Published Online 19.06.2013
  • Printed 01.11.2014
  • DOI 10.4328/JCAM.1847
  • Author Elif Yilmaz, Meltem Col
  • Identifier J Clin Anal Med. 2014;5(6):537-542
  • Index Page 537-542
  • How to Cite Elif Yilmaz, Meltem Col. Evidence Based Medicine. J Clin Anal Med. 2014;5(6):537-542
  • Running Title EBM
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The Relationship Between Diabetic Retinopathy and Systemic Factors

Diabetes mellitus is a disease that affects entire the world and its prevalence is increasing. Most patients with diabetes mellitus will have developed diabetic retinopathy which can cause blindness in time. The treatment of retinopathy, a microvascular complication of diabetes mellitus, needs a multifaceted approach. For the follow up of diabetic retinopathy, beside ophthalmologist and endocrinologist, family physician and dietician…

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  • Recieved 21.03.2013
  • Accepted 14.05.2013
  • Published Online 14.05.2013
  • Printed 01.11.2014
  • DOI 10.4328/JCAM.1750
  • Author Ayse Kevser Demir, Sait Alim
  • Identifier J Clin Anal Med. 2014;5(6):530-536
  • Index Page 530-536
  • How to Cite Ayse Kevser, Demir, Sait Alim. The Relationship Between Diabetic Retinopathy and Systemic Factors. J Clin Anal Med. 2014;5(6):530-536
  • Running Title Diabetic Retinopathy and Systemic Factors
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The Probable Effects of Cytokines in Intrauterine Infections and Perinatal Brain Injury

Perinatal brain injuries and the subsequent development of cerebral palsy are closely associated with intrauterine infections and inflammatory response. Premature prenatal rupture of membranes and premature births are also closely linked to infections and inflammation, and the presence of both infection / inflammation and premature birth together greatly increase the risk for cerebral palsy. Periventricular leukolamacia, a common neonatal brain…

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  • Recieved 12.04.2013
  • Accepted 25.04.2013
  • Published Online 25.04.2013
  • Printed 01.11.2014
  • DOI 10.4328/JCAM.1806
  • Author Mehmet Burhan Oflaz, Gulsen Kose
  • Identifier J Clin Anal Med. 2014;5(6):524-529
  • Index Page 524-529
  • How to Cite Mehmet Burhan Oflaz, Gulsen Kose. The Probable Effects of Cytokines in Intrauterine Infections and Perinatal Brain Injury. J Clin Anal Med. 2014;5(6):524-529
  • Running Title Infections, Cytokines and Perinatal Brain Injury
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