Abstracts of Healthcare Management

Oratile Kgosidialwa &  Amar Agha 

Hypopituitarism post traumatic brain injury (TBI): review


Ian Conrick-Martin,  Alan Gaffney,  Rory Dwyer,  Colman O’Loughlin,  Frances Colreavy &  on behalf of the Intensive Care Society of Ireland

Intensive Care Society of Ireland — Guidelines for management of the potential organ donor (2018—2nd edition)


Gerard Bury,  Alan Thompson,  Helen Tobin &  Mairead Egan 

Ireland’s Assisted Decision Making Capacity Act—the potential for unintended effects in critical emergencies: a cross-sectional study of Advanced Paramedic decision making


Daniel O’Reilly,  Ciara O’Connor,  Naomi McCallion &  Richard J. Drew

A retrospective study (2001–2017) of acute and chronic morbidity and mortality associated with Staphylococcus aureus bacteraemia in a tertiary neonatal intensive care unit


Aidan Daly,  John J. Coughlan,  Thomas Mross,  Megan Wafer,  Aoife O’Connor &  Richard Liston 

Assessing suitability for sacubitril-valsartan therapy in an Irish cohort: challenges and opportunities


Holly J. Acton,  Douglas Mulholland &  William C. Torreggiani 

Quantification of the impact of interventional radiology in the management of acute pancreatitis


Amy Lee Fowler,  Orla Cullivan,  Shomik Sibartie,  Aidan O’Shea,  Ronan Waldron,  Iqbal Khan,  Waqar Khan &  Kevin M. Barry 

Utilisation of critical care services for surgical patients in a model three hospital


Gemma Reddin,  Niall F Davis &  Kenneth Mc Donald 

Ward stories: lessons learned from patient perception of the ward round


Kenan Özler

The role of increased synovial fluid A disintegrin and metalloproteinase with thrombospondin motifs4 and serglycin levels in osteoarthritis


Keywords ADAMTS4; Knee osteoarthritis; Serglycin;  Synovial fluid; WOMAC score 

Xuehui Liu, Jianping Zhang, Zhaowei Meng, Qiang Jia, Jian Tan, Guizhi Zhang, Xue Li, Na Liu, Tianpeng Hu, Pingping Zhou, Qing Zhang, Kun Song, Qiyu Jia

Gender impact on the correlations between Graves’ hyperthyroidism and hyperuricemia in Chinese


Keywords Gender; Graves’ disease (GD);  Hyperthyroidism;  Hyperuricemia;  Serum uric acid (SUA)