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Findings: We recruited 11 422 patients (median 29 [IQR 10-70]) from 247 hospitals during the national cohort weeks. Hospitals served a median population of 810 000 people (IQR 200 000-2 000 000), with a combined number of specialist surgeons, obstetricians, and anaesthetists totalling 0·7 (0·2-1·9) per 100 000 population. Hospitals did a median of 212 (IQR 65-578) surgical procedures per 100 000 population each year. Patients were younger (mean age 38·5 years [SD 16·1]), with a lower risk profile (American Society of Anesthesiologists median score 1 [IQR 1-2]) than reported in high-income countries. 1253 (11%) patients were infected with HIV, 6504 procedures (57%) were urgent or emergent, and the most common procedure was caesarean delivery (3792 patients, 33%). Postoperative complications occurred in 1977 (18·2%, 95% CI 17·4-18·9]) of 10 885 patients. 239 (2·1%) of 11 193 patients died, 225 (94·1%) after the day of surgery. Infection was the most common complication (1156 [10·2%] of 10 970 patients), of whom 112 (9·7%) died.
Another interesting omission is the decision not to include Raw output from the GH5 II. Panasonic says that stripping out all the processing that usually goes into the cameras footage means that you'd have to do a fair amount of work to the Raw footage, just to bring it up to the same standard, and that there'd be little to gain even if you did.
There isn't a camera that provides such an extensive array of tools to help you capture top-quality footage for anywhere near its price. Only the lack of truly dependable autofocus in video stops it being the default recommendation for budget video shooters, and that's what sees it miss out on a Gold award.
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Well, I have to admit to not be able to master your mother tongue as you do and maybe I (wrongly?? ) didn't dare to translate your concise but meaningful sentence in (verbosely): "What brought you to think this?"In this case, I'm honoured to can contribute remembering you that Richard Butler, above in this review, pointed out:No Raw video outputAnother interesting omission is the decision not to include Raw output from the GH5 II.
I tried the E-M5 III for a week before returning it to B&H. They drastically downgraded the build quality and made a number of missteps. Fuji will happily give you the exact same autofocus, burst rate and blackout free EVF performance in the X-S10 as they do the X-T4. Sony's APS-C line-up had the same or better AF as their full frame line-up until the A9 came out.
Were I to add full frame to my lineup of Olympus and Fuji gear, it would either be Nikon Z or L mount alliance. Of all the FF cams I've tried, those two seemed to have the nicest ergos and build quality for my tastes. Especially that tank of a Panasonic S1!
I think the direct streaming is what I was most interested in here and it sounds like quite a miss. Seems like they should have thrown an ethernet port into this, or maybe even two USB-C ports and done ethernet over USB.
Thanks to the staff of dpreview for this review which I agree having had the camera since end of June. One thing that I really like are the new options for timelapse especially the choice of continuous shooting and the exposure levelling that seems to work well at sunset and sunrise. The new shutter design means you can go all the way to 60" in electronic shutter and don't blow your mechanical shutter as it happened on the GH5 and still goes for the G9 and GH5s. This is the only omission of the review. Also the addition of live composite should be coming in the next quarter unless there are delays
The efficacy of probiotics was recommended for adjuvant use of multispecies probiotic VSL#3 that contains 4 strains of Lactobacillus (L. casei, L. plantarum, L. acidophilus, and L. delbrueckii subsp. bulgaricus), 3 strains of Bifidobacterium (B. longum, B. breve, and B. infantis), and 1 strain of Streptococcus (S. salivarius subsp. thermophilus). For mild to moderately active UC patients, a meta-analysis conducted showed that VSL#3, when added to conventional therapy at a daily dose of 3.6 × 1012 CFU (colony forming unit), could achieve clinical response and remission compared to the use of conventional therapy alone .
The same group of researchers conducted another multicenter trial in 2004 to investigate the efficacy of GBF for maintenance therapy among UC patients . Patients were randomized into control group (n = 37) and GBF group (n = 22). For the treatment group, patients received 20 g/day of GBF with standard drug treatment, while the control group only received the standard drug therapy. Response to treatment was assessed by monitoring the clinical activity index and endoscopic score. In this trial, the recurrence rate was found to be lower in the GBF group compared to that of the control group with significantly higher clinical activity index at 3, 6, and 12 months of the trial were observed. The authors concluded that GBF is safe and effective to prolong the remission state in UC patients .
In a different study by Scaioli et al. , a placebo-controlled trial involving UC patients in remission was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of EPA-free FA capsules supplement (EPA-FFA) to reduce gut inflammation. In the study, patients were randomly assigned into 2 groups which were (1) patients consuming capsules supplement with EPA-FFA, 500 mg, twice per day (n = 30), and (2) placebo (n = 30) for 6 months of the study period. Assessment of fecal calprotectin and clinical parameters was performed at baseline of the study, after 3 months, and after 6 months . Administration capsules supplement of EPA-FFA for 6 months was found to reduce calprotectin in fecal without adverse effects. EPA-FFA was found to be beneficial in inducing and maintaining symptom-free remission in patients with UC. However, further investigations involving a larger sample size are needed.
In another study, an open-label clinical trial was conducted to investigate the safety and efficacy of ω3 emulsified formulation when consumed by CD patients in remission (n = 5) . Patients were required to ingest one bottle (100 mL) of commercially available ω3 emulsifying test formulation daily for 28 days. The results showed that supplementation with the test formulation is safe with minimal side effects. CD activity index scores decreased after ingestion of one bottle of the test formulation (containing 600 mg of EPA and 260 mg of DHA) and blood tests revealed no serious adverse effects . However, this study involved a small sample size which is insufficient to completely elucidate the effects of the ω3 emulsifying formulation to maintain the remission state .
Although some clinical trials have demonstrated the efficacy of ω3FA supplementation in the treatment of IBD, a review by Lev-Tzion et al.41 showed controversial effects of ω3FA. LevTzion et al.  systematically reviewed the safety and efficacy of ω3FA for maintaining remission in CD. Six studies were included in the analysis with a total of 1,039 patients and the primary study outcome was relapse rate. Based on 2 large high-quality studies included in the review, ω3FA was probably found ineffective for the maintenance of remission in CD.
Jones et al.  conducted a controlled trial involving inactive CD patients (n = 20) for a month trial. The study showed that none out of 10 CD patients on unrefined carbohydrate fiberrich diet (control diet) remained in the remission state compared with 7 out of 10 patients on the exclusion diet . However, the study failed to explain the methods used for random allocation concealment which could influence the study findings.
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