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By the 1900s, Lyon & Healy was one of the largest music publishers in the world, and was a major producer of musical instruments. However, In late 1920s, Lyon & Healy sold its brass musical instrument manufacturing branch (see New Langwill Index). In the 1970s, the firm concentrated solely upon making and selling harps. In 1928, Lyon & Healy introduced one of the most unusual harps ever mass-produced, the Salzedo Model. The company designed it in collaboration with the harpist Carlos Salzedo. It an Art Deco style instrument that incorporates bold red and white lines on the soundboard to create a stylized and distinct appearance. In the 1960s, Lyon & Healy introduced a smaller lever harp, the Troubadour, a 36-string harp for young beginners with smaller hands, and for casual players. This harp stands 65.5 inches (166 cm), and weighs 17 kilograms (37 lb). In the late 1970s, Steinway & Sons (then owned by CBS) purchased Lyon & Healy and soon after closed all retail stores-that sold sheet music ...
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Volume 23 Issue 2 December 2007 ISSN 0952 9934 MDUJournal Treating under-18s - tackling the dilemmas How to handle violent patients Issues of confidentiality Reducing risk in ophthalmology UK 24-Hour advisory helpline 0800 716 646 Membership helpline 0800 716 376 Membership email [email protected] Website www.the-mdu.com Ireland 24-Hour advisory helpline 1800 535 935 Membership helpline 1800 509 132 This is the sixty-third issue of the MDU Journal, published for members of the MDU in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. The medico-legal advice in the MDU Journal is for general information only. Appropriate professional advice should be taken before taking or refraining from action based on it. Opinions expressed by authors of articles published in the MDU Journal are their own and do not necessarily reflect the policies of The Medical Defence Union Limited. Unless otherwise stated the photographs used in this publication are posed by models or have been specially commissioned by the MDU and are ...
Many Canadians are familiar with Olivieris confrontation with Apotex, the pharmaceutical firm that funded some of her investigations into L1, the drug that offered thalassemia patients an alternative to the standard - and onerous - treatment with Desferal to manage iron overload. Olivieris difficulties entered the media spotlight with her publication of findings that she and her coauthors believed showed that deferiprone therapy had dangerous side-effects. The subsequent scientific controversy hinged on the interpretation of liver biopsy specimens from several patients and on the authors selection of specimens in their analysis.. Olivieri and one of her colleagues, Gideon Koren, had signed a contract with Apotex that precluded the publication of their findings for up to 3 years unless the company gave consent. Apotex refused to grant permission to publish and threatened legal action in the event of a confidentiality breach. Olivieri forged ahead with publication despite this threat, and ...
-- eBook 9781401685379 16270EB HEALY Erin Healy --|Promise, a talented young vocalist with a terminal illness, is counting on fame to keep her memory alive after she dies. Porta is an aging witch and art collector in search of the goddess who will grant her immortality. When Promise inexplicably survives a series of freak accidents, Porta believes that Promise is the one she seeks. But Chase, an autistic artist who falls in love with Promise and opposes Porta, comes between the women with his mysterious visions and drawings, and plunges everyone into a flesh-and-blood confrontation over the true meaning of eternal life. The Promises She Keeps - eBook (9781401685379) by Erin Healy
Tables and Figures ix. Preface xvii. The Authors xix. Chapter 1 Introduction and Overview 1. Review of Foundational Research Concepts 3. Review of Foundational Statistical Information 6. The Normal Distribution 14. Chapter 2 Logical Steps of Conducting Quantitative Research: Hypothesis-Testing Process 29. Hypothesis-Testing Process 30. Chapter 3 Maximizing Hypothesis Decisions Using Power Analysis 39. Balance between Avoiding Type I and Type II Errors 41. Chapter 4 Research and Statistical Designs 53. Formulating Experimental Conditions 54. Reducing the Imprecision in Measurement 55. Controlling Extraneous Experimental Influences 57. Internal Validity and Experimental Designs 59. Choosing a Statistic to Use for an Analysis 67. Chapter 5 Introduction to IBM SPSS 20 77. The IBM SPSS 20 Data View Screen 80. Naming and Defining Variables in Variable View 80. Entering Data 86. Examples of Basic Analyses 87. Examples of Modifying Data Procedures 96. Chapter 6 Diagnosing Study Data for Inaccuracies and ...
I think theres a widespread misunderstanding of pre-registration. Its main function is to distinguish hypothesis-testing analyses from exploratory analyses. It should not stop exploratory research, but should make it clear what is exploratory and what is not. Most of the statistical methods that we use make basic assumptions that are valid only in a hypothesis-testing context. If we explore a multidimensional dataset, decide on that basis what is interesting, and then apply statistical analysis, we run a high risk of obtaining spurious significant findings. Currently science is not so much in chains as bogged down in a mire of non-replicable findings, and we need to find ways to deal with this. I increasingly find myself reading papers and wondering just what I can believe - particularly in areas of neuroscience where there are huge multidimensional datasets and multiple researcher degrees of freedom in choosing how to analyse findings. I would not insist that pre-registration is mandatory, ...
This is an open letter to Prime Minister Paul Martin from Dr. nancy Olivieri, Dr. David Healy and the Canadian Association of University Teachers all of whom are staging a public meeting on January 28th protesting the proposed changes to the Canadian Food and Drugs Act.. From this letter you will see that if those changes go through we would abandon the precautionary principle and all drugs approved by the Health Protection Branch would be assumed to be safe until proven otherwise. And this in the wake of the HRT scandal, the SSRI scandal, and the statin drugs scandal! Frankly, it takes my breath away and I am used to a lot of skullduggery on a daily basis. I urge you to sign this petition and contact Dr. Olivieris group accordingly: [email protected] I will attend the meeting on January 28th in Ottawa and will be writing a full-length article on the event in this issue for the March issue of Vitality. Cheers, Helke. ...A key element appears to be the redesign of the federal approach to ...
MATHIAS, Lígia Andrade da Silva Telles et al. Short sleep latency in residents after a period on duty in anesthesia. Rev. Bras. Anestesiol. [online]. 2004, vol.54, n.5, pp.693-699. ISSN 0034-7094. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0034-70942004000500012.. BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Physicians in general, and anesthesiologists in particular, have long working hours. Residents of Anesthesiology may present significant fatigue and stress. This study aimed at investigating first and second year residents sleep latency after a period on duty. METHODS: Participated in this study 11 residents in different situations: at 7:00 am, after a normal night sleep (, 7 h), without on duty period in the last 3 days (M1); at 7:00 am, after 24h of night work, without on duty period in the last 3 days (M2); and at 1:00 pm after 30h of work without on duty period in the last 3 days (M3). Continuous EEG was performed for all situations in adequate room to record sleep signals. Sleep latency (SL) was evaluated. RESULTS: ...
Through her drawn, screen printed, and stuffed fabric installations, Kay Healy investigates themes of home, displacement, and loss. Healy is an artist and educator originally from Staten Island, NY and received a BA from Oberlin College, and a MFA from the University of the Arts in Book Arts and Printmaking.
DiCicco is alleged to have been involved in an altercation with comedian Ted Healy just before the latters death in 1937. A source alleged that actor Wallace Beery, producer Albert R. Broccoli and DiCicco beat Healy so badly that he fell into a coma and died.[6] While there is no documentation in contemporaneous news reports that either Beery or DiCicco was present, Broccoli admitted that he was indeed involved in a fist fight with Healy at the Trocadero.[7] He later modified his story, stating that a heavily intoxicated Healy had picked a fight with him, the two had briefly scuffled, then shook hands and parted ways.[8] In other reports, Broccoli admitted to pushing Healy, but not striking him.[9]. There is disagreement over whether Healy died as a result of the brawl or due to his well-known alcoholism.[1] Because of the authorities lack of interest in investigating Healys death, an autopsy was not performed until after Healys corpse had been embalmed, rendering the examiners note that ...
The Seattle Mariners run of early-season injuries continued Monday when the team placed first baseman Ryon Healy on the 10-day disabled list.Healy sprained...
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Not snitching may get you stitches too: The Constitutional Court decides on duty to rat on fellow employees By Hugo Pienaar, Director, Jessica
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PHOENIX - A U.S. Border Patrol agent who admitted smuggling marijuana while on duty along the Arizona-Mexico border has pleaded guilty to a felony drug-related gun charge. The possible...
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Dozens of scales and questionnaires have been used in the detection of frailty; however, a generalized method for its screening and diagnosis is still lacking in clinical settings. FRAILTOOLS´ main objective is to evaluate the usefulness of frailty scales in the detection of frailty in different clinical and social settings, and its integration in management algorithms for the frail older patient. FRAILTOOLS is an observational, longitudinal and prospective study with a follow-up of 6, 12 and 18 months. People older than 75 years old will be recruited from three separate clinical settings (acute geriatric wards, geriatric outpatient clinics and primary care) and one social setting (nursing homes). Exclusion criteria include Mini-mental State Examination | 20 points, and a Barthel index | 90 points, except in nursing home residents (| 40 points). The participants will be recruited in Spain, Italy, France, United Kingdom and Poland. The total sample size will be of 1.940 subjects, 97 subjects in each
panitumumab and was 25.4 months with bevacizumab (HR = 0.72; P = 0.14).. The overall response rates were 58% and 54%, and the resection rates were 13% and 11% for panitumumab and bevacizumab, respectively. Treatment exposure to the individual agents and number of cycles received were the same between the arms.. In the subgroup analysis of treatment hazard ratios, no clear differences were observed, although there was a suggestion that progression-free survival may be better with panitumumab among patients with three or more metastatic sites (HR = 0.52). For overall survival, patients who were young, with a high tumor burden and with high levels of lactate dehydrogenase-which often cluster together, he said-appeared to fare better with panitumumab as well, though these are hypothesis-generating observations only, according to Dr. Schwartzberg.. The safety profile in both treatment arms was similar to previous studies, and the treatment discontinuation rates due to adverse events were similar ...
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Hypothesis-generating systematic review of the impact of marine-derived omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) on lipid, glycemic and hematological risk factors in type 2 diabetes using pooled data from randomized controlled trials searched up to 20 September 2008. RECENT FINDINGS: Seven new trials in 2007 and 2008 were identified from 206 abstracts to give a total of 24 trials between 1966 and 2008 involving 1533 participants that could be pooled. The mean omega-3 PUFAs dose and duration of treatment in the new trials was 2.4 g/day and 24 weeks, respectively. Compared with placebo, omega-3 PUFAs supplementation decreased triglycerides by 7% (mean -0.17 mmol/l, 24 trials, 1530 participants), fibrinogen by 10% (mean -0.96 micromol/l, three trials, 159 participants), ADP platelet aggregation to ADP by 22% (mean -10.30%, two trials, 64 participants) and to collagen by 21% (mean -10.55%, two trials, 64 participants), with an LDL-cholesterol increase of 3% (mean 0.08 mmol/l, ...
Dr. Stub said his team had issues with troponin compliance at a few sites early in the study, so that may reflect the low numbers.. At hospital discharge, there was an increase in the rate of recurrent MI in the oxygen group compared to the no-oxygen group (5.5% vs 0.9%, P , .01) and an increased frequency of significant arrhythmia (40.4% vs 31.4%; P = .05). At 6 months, there was no mortality difference between the groups (3.8% vs 5.9%; P = .32), but those who received oxygen had increased myocardial infarct size on cardiac magnetic resonance (20.3 vs 13.1 g; P = .04) and tended to have higher rates of recurrent MI (7.6% vs 3.6%; P =.07) and MACCE (21.9% vs 15.4%; P = .08).. In hypothesis-generating subgroup analyses, Dr. Stub said that patients older than 65 years, women, and those with either symptom-to-intervention times of longer than 180 minutes or pre-intervention TIMI flow of 2 or 3 benefitted from no oxygen therapy.. Time to Break Up with MONA?. Discussing the provocative study, ...
Our primary hypothesis that treatment by an AN who had attended a CVN course would result in more effective pain relief 15 min after start of treatment in suspected ACS was not confirmed. However, there are a number of secondary outcome findings that suggest a connection between treatment allocation and outcome. These results should however be regarded as hypothesis-generating, since they all deal with secondary outcomes, and therefore need to be confirmed in further studies.. The results show that ANs who had attended the CVN course gave significantly higher doses of morphine (i.e. average 1 mg more morphine) compared to ANs without this qualification. This is important, especially since there were no significant differences in demographics, previous history or cardiopulmonary findings between the two groups. Despite this, the ANs who had attended the CVN course showed the courage to use their knowledge in pain treatment with morphine in line with earlier recommendations [21]. Thus, the CVN ...
The proteasome system is a proteolytic pathway that regulates the expression of genes involved in inflammation. Polymorphisms in the gene encoding subunit alpha type 6 (PSMA6)--in particular the rs1048990 exon 1-8C/G SNP--have been implicated with susceptibility to myocardial infarction (MI) in a Japanese study. We examined whether several polymorphisms in the PSMA6 gene were related to MI risk in 6946 nonfatal MI cases and 2720 unrelated controls in a UK population. The homozygous GG genotype for rs1048990 was much less frequent in this UK population than in the Japanese population (2.1 vs 8.9%), and was associated with an odds ratio (OR) for MI of 1.09 (95% confidence interval (CI): 0.98-1.21) per G allele in a co-dominant genetic model and 1.32 (95% CI: 0.90-1.93) in a recessive genetic model. Although not statistically significant, these results for this variant are still consistent with the Japanese hypothesis-generating study. Our findings, when taken together with four other studies (including
The proteasome system is a proteolytic pathway that regulates the expression of genes involved in inflammation. Polymorphisms in the gene encoding subunit alpha type 6 (PSMA6)--in particular the rs1048990 exon 1-8C/G SNP--have been implicated with susceptibility to myocardial infarction (MI) in a Japanese study. We examined whether several polymorphisms in the PSMA6 gene were related to MI risk in 6946 nonfatal MI cases and 2720 unrelated controls in a UK population. The homozygous GG genotype for rs1048990 was much less frequent in this UK population than in the Japanese population (2.1 vs 8.9%), and was associated with an odds ratio (OR) for MI of 1.09 (95% confidence interval (CI): 0.98-1.21) per G allele in a co-dominant genetic model and 1.32 (95% CI: 0.90-1.93) in a recessive genetic model. Although not statistically significant, these results for this variant are still consistent with the Japanese hypothesis-generating study. Our findings, when taken together with four other studies (including
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History of Trotskyism. PHASE ONE: Leon Trotskys heir apparents immediately after WWII are: United States: (James P. Cannon) United Kingdom: (tripartite of Ted Grant, Tony Cliff, Gerry Healy) Europe: Michel Pablo, nominal head of the Fourth International Latin America: Juan Posadas PHASE TWO: Grant, Cliff and Healy split and form their own parties, each one convinced that they alone have the solution to the burning question of the crisis of leadership in the working-class. Healy retains ties to the Fourth International; the others go their own way. PHASE THREE: Healy and Cannon have a falling out with Pablo in the 1950s and form their own Fourth International. They accuse Pablo of adapting to non-Trotskyist currents (well, bully for Pablo!). It is called the International Committee. Pablos outfit is the International Secretariat, named after the famous race-horse. One of his co-leaders is the noted Belgian economist Ernest Mandel. Juan Posadas goes bonkers in the 1950s. Argues that UFOs are ...
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Pregnancy induces physiological changes that affect the risk of thrombosis and thyroid disease. In this hypothesis-generating review, the physiological changes in the coagulation system and in thyroid function during a normal pregnancy are described, and the incidence of venous thromboembolism (VTE) and thyroid disease in and after a pregnancy are compared and discussed. Furthermore, evidence regarding the association between thyroid disease and VTE in non-pregnant individuals is scrutinized. In conclusion, a normal pregnancy entails hormonal changes, which influence the onset of VTE and thyroid disease. Current evidence suggests an association between thyroid disease and VTE in non-pregnant individuals. This review proposes the hypothesis that maternal thyroid disease associates with VTE in pregnant women and call for future research studies on this subject. If an association exists in pregnant women specifically, such findings may have clinical implications regarding strategies for thyroid function
BACKGROUND: Five years of statin therapy lowers low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol substantially and, over a 5-year period, results in reductions in the incidence of cardiovascular events. The Simvastatin and Ezetimibe in Aortic Stenosis (SEAS) trial (ClinicalTrials.gov number, NCT00092677) has raised the hypothesis that adding ezetimibe to statin therapy for larger LDL cholesterol reductions might increase the incidence of cancer. METHODS: We compared the results of a hypothesis-generating analysis of the incidence of cancer in the SEAS trial of ezetimibe plus simvastatin in 1873 patients (mean follow-up after ezetimibe or matching placebo was begun, 4.1 years) with a hypothesis-testing analysis of cancer data from the two large ongoing trials of this regimen: the Study of Heart and Renal Protection (SHARP) (NCT00125593) with 9264 patients (mean follow-up, 2.7 years) and the Improved Reduction of Outcomes: Vytorin Efficacy International Trial (IMPROVE-IT) (NCT00202878), currently with 11,353
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In some situations sedation may be appropriate. The choice of drug and dosage used is influenced by the patients age, size, other prescribed or non-prescribed drugs taken, known illness such as long-term benzodiazepine abuse, alcoholism, liver or renal failure. Physical signs such as hypotension and hyperthermia indicate a need for resuscitation as well as adjustment of drug choice and dosage. Position the patient appropriately, for example lay them flat, elevate their legs if hypotensive, and ensure a safe airway position if they are post-ictal. When possible administer oxygen, intravenous fluids and glucose (plus thiamine if Wernickes encephalopathy is a possibility). Gather information, continue to manage clinically and arrange transfer if indicated. For disturbed patients, in the first instance an oral sedative should be offered in a non-threatening collaborative way: I know you feel very distressed and this will help while we work out what to do next. Oral diazepam 5 mg or olanzapine 5 ...
An Argentine police officer is being hailed a hero after breastfeeding a malnourished baby while on duty at a childrens hospital.
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The aim of this study is to investigate the validation of a sarcopenia screening test (Ishiis formula) for predicting long-term mortality among older adult inpatients. A prospective, observational study was conducted in acute geriatric wards at three hospitals in western China. Sarcopenia was estimated using Ishiis formula. Survival status was assessed at 12, 24, and 36 months after the baseline investigation. Cox proportional-hazard models were applied to calculate the hazard ratio for mortality associated with sarcopenia. Three hundred and eighty participants (100 women) with a mean age of 80.2 ± 7.1 years were included. According to Ishiis formula, 264 participants (69.5%) were sarcopenic. The prevalence of sarcopenia was similar in men and women (71.1% vs. 65.0%, respectively, P = 0.258). Sixty-seven participants (17.6%) died during the 3-year follow-up period. The all-cause mortality was significantly higher in the sarcopenia group than in the non-sarcopenia group (20.1% vs. 12.1%, respectively
Men with unfavorable-risk prostate cancer and moderate or severe comorbidities had significantly decreased overall and cardiac mortality when treated with radiotherapy alone vs radiotherapy and androgen-deprivation therapy, according to a study described in a research letter in JAMA. In the letter, DAmico et al present long-term follow-up to their randomized trial, reported in JAMA in 2008, that showed 6 months of androgen-deprivation therapy and radiotherapy vs radiotherapy alone prolongs survival and is the standard treatment for unfavorable-risk prostate cancer.. The new findings build on a post-randomization hypothesis-generating analysis suggesting that men with moderate or severe comorbidity had no increased survival from combined therapy, the researchers noted. Using updated data from our randomized trial, we compared overall survival and mortality from prostate cancer, cardiac, or other causes in all men and those within comorbidity subgroups by randomized treatment group, the ...
This hypothesis-generating, first-in-human, Phase 1 study will be conducted according to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of St Georges. The purpose of the study is to determine the immediate safety and reactogenicity of the vaccine, to guide future larger Phase 1/2 studies of safety and efficacy.. Eight subjects will be included to receive 3 cervico-vaginal topical applications of 100µg of CN54gp140-hsp70 conjugate vaccine in 1.0 mL physiological buffer, administered as topical intra-vaginal drops on day 0, and at 4 and 12 weeks after the first immunisation. The study will consist of 1 pre-study screening visit, 3 immunisation visits, and 2 follow-up visits over a total period of 20 weeks. Subjects will be recruited as one cohort in two groups of four. The dose of antigens and immunisation schedule has been selected based on pre-clinical and clinical experience with the same HIV envelope protein.. Each subjects medical history (including past and present illnesses, current ...
This hypothesis-generating, first-in-human, Phase 1 study will be conducted according to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of St Georges. The purpose of the study is to determine the immediate safety and reactogenicity of the vaccine, to guide future larger Phase 1/2 studies of safety and efficacy.. Eight subjects will be included to receive 3 cervico-vaginal topical applications of 100µg of CN54gp140-hsp70 conjugate vaccine in 1.0 mL physiological buffer, administered as topical intra-vaginal drops on day 0, and at 4 and 12 weeks after the first immunisation. The study will consist of 1 pre-study screening visit, 3 immunisation visits, and 2 follow-up visits over a total period of 20 weeks. Subjects will be recruited as one cohort in two groups of four. The dose of antigens and immunisation schedule has been selected based on pre-clinical and clinical experience with the same HIV envelope protein.. Each subjects medical history (including past and present illnesses, current ...
The primary conclusion of the trial will be based on the results of the primary outcome. If the result of the primary outcome is not statistically significant, the conclusion will be that there is no significant difference between the interventions. The results on all other types of outcomes will be reported for hypothesis-generating purposes. However, we will inspect the confidence interval (CI) to asses if the CI for the group difference contains values of importance, so that we cannot rule out interesting differences.. The primary analysis will include a modified intention-to-treat population, which is defined as all randomized patients, except patients who did not receive CPB-dependent cardiac surgery [9]. A secondary analysis will include the per-protocol population excluding patients with major protocol violations defined as: 1) patients who were randomized to an intervention but did not receive any intervention; and 2) patients who received an incorrect intervention. The dependent ...
Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology is published on behalf of the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG). Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology is a peer-reviewed, open-access online journal dedicated to innovative clinical work in the field of gastroenterology and hepatology. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, epidemiology and preventative medicine. This journal also welcomes hypothesis-generating case series, methods papers, and translational research
Beta-Blockers Less Effective in Heart Failure with Atrial Fibrillation. By Joe Elia. Patients with heart failure and atrial fibrillation do not benefit as much from beta-blocker therapy as those with sinus rhythm, according to a meta-analysis in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Heart Failure.. Researchers analyzed mortality outcomes from four studies including over 8500 patients with heart failure and reduced left-ventricular ejection fraction (,40%). Roughly 20% also had atrial fibrillation. Although those with atrial fibrillation who received beta-blockers had lower mortality risks than those receiving placebo (odds ratio, 0.86), patients with sinus rhythm fared much better (OR, 0.63). In addition, beta-blockers did not reduce hospitalizations for heart failure among patients with atrial fibrillation, whereas they did among those with sinus rhythm.. Editorialists call the study, hypothesis-generating, and conclude that the results at a minimum suggest that treatment for ...
Interferon alpha (IFN-α) has a complex role in autoimmunity, in that it may both enhance and prevent inflammation. We have previously shown that the presence of IFN-α at sensitization protects against subsequent antigen-triggered arthritis. To understand this tolerogenic mechanism, we performed a descriptive, hypothesis-generating study of cellular and humoral responses associated with IFN-α-mediated protection against arthritis. Arthritis was evaluated at day 28 in mice given a subcutaneous injection of methylated bovine serum albumin (mBSA), together with Freund adjuvant and 0 to 5,000 U IFN-α at days 1 and 7, followed by intraarticular injection of mBSA alone at day 21. The effect of IFN-α on mBSA-specific IgG1, IgG2a, IgG2b, IgA, and IgE was evaluated by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). Cytokines in circulation and in ex vivo cultures on mBSA restimulation was evaluated with ELISA and Luminex, and the identity of cytokine-producing cells by fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACS)
Professor Anne Marie Healy is a Professor in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology in the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and is currently Head of School. She was awarded a Special Visiting Research Fellowship by CNPq (Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico, Brazil) in 2014 to further her collaborative research with the Faculty of Pharmacy of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. This research focuses on single and combination dosage forms and on the re-formulation of old drugs to improve treatment by either the pulmonary or oral route ...
Melissa Healy is a health and science reporter with the Los Angeles Times writing from the Washington, D.C., area. She covers prescription drugs, obesity, nutrition and exercise, and neuroscience, mental health and human behavior. She's been at The Times for more than 30 years, and has covered...
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We just got back from the screening clinic. Twenty children and adults came through. Dr. Kevin Healy was part of the Operation of Hope volunteer medical team that performed 21 surgeries in Blantyre, Malawi. We are so thankful to have wonderful volunteers join us on every mission. Below are excerpts from Dr. Healys b
Internet Citation: Slide 28. Analytic Framework: Key questions in Screening for Breast Cancer (Continued). Content last reviewed December 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/cpi/centers/ockt/kt/webinars/tfmethods/tfmethodsld28. ...
g. The distance between Gainesville, Florida, and all Florida cities with a population of atleast 50,000.. What are the requirements (or characteristics) for the binomial and Poisson? Under what conditions will the binomial and the Poisson distributions give roughly the same results? Show with an example.. What is decision theory? What is the difference between a payoff table and an expected payoff table? In the following payoff table, let P(S1) = 0.30, P(S2) = 0.50, and P(S3) = 0.20. Compute the expected monetary value for each of the alternatives. What decision would you recommend?. A foreman thinks that the low efficiency of the machine tool operators is directly linked to the high level of fumes emitted in the workshop. He would like to prove this to his supervisor through a research study.. 1. Would this be a causal or a correlational study? Why?. 2. Is this an exploratory, descriptive, or hypothesis-testing (analytical or predictive) study? Why?. 3. What kind of a study would this be: ...
Alexei S. Ramey, 21, pleaded guilty Thursday in Schenectady County Court to first-degree attempted assault for agreeing with the undercover officer to inflict injury to the child, according to Assistant District Attorney John Healy. A paternity test later showed he wasnt the father of the fetus.. Under the plea deal, Ramey, a warehouse worker, faces 31/2 to 10 years in prison when he is sentenced Sept. 8 by visiting Judge Richard Giardino, according to his attorney, Michael Brosnan of Cobleskill.. His client also agreed to forfeit the $500 and Titan-brand pressure washer.. Rameys would-be-victim, a Duanesburg woman who turns 20 next month, gave birth last year to a healthy baby girl, said Healy.. His intent wasnt to kill her, it was to abort the fetus, Healy said afterward.. ...
UTSI Professor, Steve Brooks, was onboard our Nations largest Icebreaker, the Coast Guard Ship Healy this fall while making its solo surface cruise to the North Pole. The 65 day cruise was also the longest without port stops in Coast Guard history. The Healy is only the second U.S. ship to reach the North Pole and the first to make the trip unaccompanied. The UTSI professor was onboard to study the transport and deposition of air pollutants to the Arctic Ocean.. The study was funded by the National Science Foundation as part of the international Geotraces program which aims to improve the understanding of biogeochemical cycles and large-scale inputs of contaminants to the ocean environment. Scientists from 35 nations have been involved in the program, which is designed to study all major ocean basins over the next decade. This Arctic cruise was coordinated with scientists and icebreakers from the U.S., Canada, Germany, and Norway. The Icebreaker Healy departed Dutch Harbor, Alaska in early ...
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3050380/Depression-NOT-caused-low-serotonin-levels-drugs-used-treat-based-myth-psychiatrist-claims.html Depression is NOT caused by low serotonin levels and most drugs used to treat it are based on a myth, psychiatrist claims David Healy is head of psychiatry at the Hergest psychiatry unit in Bangor Claims the idea low levels of serotonin causes depression is a fallacy Marketing of SSRI drugs like Prozac has…
Drug companies began clinical trials on the safety and efficacy of the SSRIs in children only after prompting by the US food and drug administration in the early 90s. David Healy, the director of the North Wales department of psychological medicine, said: It was standard practice for the FDA approving drugs like Seroxat (Paxil in the US) for adults in 1991 to write to the company and say this drug will also be used in children - it would be helpful if you could run trials in children so we can see what the safety profile is ...
Two important studies have examined rates of relapse in people with classical manic depressive symptoms prior to the 1950s. American psychiatrist George Winokur found the records of 100 patients admitted to a psychiatric hospital between 1934 and 1944 with an episode of mania and then followed them up through their hospital records. He found that 48% had a relapse requiring hospitalisation over an average follow-up duration of 3.2 years. For comparison purposes this equates to a relapse rate of 15% per year.12 Margaret Harris, David Healy and colleagues did the same for patients admitted to the North Wales asylum in the 1890s. They found that on average patients had 4 relapses over the subsequent 10 years, equating to a relapse rate of 20% a year. In comparison, during the 1990s, people with manic depression (most of whom we can assume were on drug treatment) were having an average of 6.3 admissions in 10 years, or 31% per year, for example.13 Thats over 10% higher than the rate of admission ...
Physicians are a scarce resource in hospitals. In order to minimize physician attrition, schedulers incorporate individual physician preferences when creating the physicians duty roster. The manual...
Section 330.910 Personnel a) A facility shall not employ an individual as a nurse aide or a person who performs these types of duties unless the facility has inquired of the Department as to information in the Registry concerning the individual. (Section 3-206.01 of the Act) The Department shall advise the inquirer if the individual is on the Registry, if the individual has findings of abuse, neglect or misappropriation of property in accordance with Sections 3-206.01 and 3-206.02 of the Act, and if the individual has a current background check. (See Section 330.911 of this Part.) b) Sufficient staff in numbers and qualifications shall be on duty all hours of each day to provide services that meet the total needs of the residents. As a minimum, there shall be at least one staff member awake, dressed, and on duty at all times. (A, B) c) The facility shall provide an administrator as set forth in Subpart B. (B) d) The facility shall provide activity personnel as set forth in Section 330.1310(b). ...
Although there are no specific national protocols for restraint and seclusion technique, there are a number of common threads among acceptable procedures. First, the techniques practiced within a particular facility should be rehearsed and approved by the staff, including the relevant chief of service. If a particular technique and modality, such as four-point leather restraints, is viewed as usual practice, that should be specifically noted in the facility policy manual. Details of the technique should be disseminated to members of the clinical and direct care staff as part of service training. Written instructions, photographs, and videotapes are desirable.. Even patients at low risk of suicide should always be searched before being placed in seclusion. Agitated or violent patients may become self-destructive or self-mutilating when isolated.. Any need for seclusion or restraint should be part of the patients treatment plan. With regard to the treatment plan, however, one should recognize ...
Abstract Forensic patients with schizophrenia who had carried out a homicide scored higher on a measure of moral cognition (MFQ-30) than other violent patients. Neurocognitive impairment was associated with homicide by ...
Mayo Clinic develops handoff tool for potentially violent patients that features exchange of behavioral information between care teams.
The Law Lords have ruled that people detained under the Mental Health Act have the same right to life as those in prison. Hospitals must now be seen to take responsibility to take reasonable measures to avoid real and immediate harm to patients who have been sectioned. The ruling results from a case brought by Anna Savage against South Essex NHS Trust, concerning her mother Carol, who killed herself in July 2004 after absconding from Runwell Hospital where she was being detained. The ruling holds health authorities responsible for taking measures to properly assess and prevent the risk of suicide. The High Court had previously ruled that unless gross negligence could be established, they could not be held liable for a breach of the right to life ...
a)Prohibitions. Except as provided in § 219.103 - (1) No regulated employee may use or possess alcohol or any controlled substance when the employee is on duty and subject to performing regulated service for a railroad. (2) No regulated employee may report for regulated service, or go or remain on duty in regulated service, while - (i) Under the influence of or impaired by alcohol; (ii) Having 0.04 or more alcohol concentration in the breath or blood; or (iii) Under the influence of or impaired by any controlled substance. (3) No regulated employee may use alcohol for whichever is the lesser of the following periods: (i) Within four hours of reporting for regulated service; or (ii) After receiving notice to report for regulated service. (4) (i) No regulated employee tested under the provisions of this part whose Federal test result indicates an alcohol concentration of 0.02 or greater but less than 0.04 may perform or continue to perform regulated service for a railroad, nor may a railroad ...
The situation is basically this: it depends entirely on the immigration officials on duty at the time that I land at Narita airport, and those officials on duty when I go to the Immigration department in Tokyo. It depends on whether they choose to ask me questions, and if they do, what those questions are. The thing is, if I was to say that the purpose of my visit was to be with my Japanese wife (as she will be by then) they can refuse me entry on a tourist visa. The other option is that I lie, and say that Im going for a short visit. However, when I get to the immigration department they could then ask what I had given as my reason for coming to Japan, and if they see a discrepancy they could refuse my application for a Spouse visa, and ask me to leave ...
After the wedding celebration ended and all our guests had left, Daddy A, our Little Man and I were left in the venues bridal suite to pack up our things. Thats when we noticed that our 10-month old was burning up. I also noticed that he had really bad rashes on his thighs.. He was probably burning up because he has the colds and the rashes might have been caused by the temporary diapers we bought, we thought.. The next day, however, we noticed that the rashes spread to his legs and feet. A few rashes were also starting to show up on his hands. We were very concerned because some of the rashes turned to watery blisters! Thats when we decided to take him to the doctor, thinking that it could be measles.. ...
This is a story for a friend. Let s call my friend AR AR is a cop and he is one of my best friends he liked my other story so I am writing another one. Chrissy is in her living room watching TV when she hears a noise outside she gets off the couch and looks out the window. She sees a car outside with 2 guys in it and she thinks nothing of it because she is use to having guys outside her house now that she is a toy for 12 guys. AR is her master and she calls him to ask him if the 2 guys are his he says yes they are and if they come in the house she is to play with them any way they want. She says yes master and hangs up the phone. 1 of the guys comes in the house and she asked him if she could help him. He said that all he needed right now was the bathroom and a drink she said ok and ask if he was on duty or not. He said no he was not on duty and he told her that he wanted a beer so he went to the bathroom and she got his beer. He came out of the bathroom and took the ...
Officer Michael A. Riley administered CPR and was finally able to detect a weak pulse and get Officer Bryan Nickelson breathing. By that time, additional police officers were on scene reporting the events on the radio.
Due to the long holiday that I took for my Sarawak trip last week, I had to work this weekend to give way for my other colleagues to enjoy their weekend. I had to do EOD (every other day) calls, so does my husband. For those who are not familiar with the terms, it just means that eg: on Friday Ill be on duty from 8am until 8am the next day, get a Saturday off, then will be on duty again on Sunday 8am until 8am the next day, and will continue working 8am to 5pm as usual on Monday. Geddit?? ...
This year at the ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Richard Sharp, Ph.D., director of the Bioethics Program in the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine, will participate on Saturday, March 30, in a panel discussion entitled Duty to Recontact in the Genomics Era: Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Open Forum. Duty to Recontact addresses providers obligations to […]. ...
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Why is this important?. In October 2008, the U.S. News and World Report published an article by Bernadine Healy, former head of NIH. The tag line understanding the genetic underpinnings of cancer is a giant step toward personalized medicine, (1) underscores how the popular press views the promise of recent advances in genomics technology in general, and the progress toward understanding the molecular basis of cancer. In the article, Healy presents a scenario where, in 2040, a 45-year-old woman, who has never smoked, develops lung cancer. She undergoes outpatient surgery, and her doctors quickly scrutinize the tumors genes and use a desktop computer to analyze the tumor genomes, and medical records to create a treatment plan. She is treated, the cancer recedes and subsequent checkups are conducted to monitor tumor recurrence. Should a tumor be detected, her doctor would quickly analyze the DNA of a few of the shed tumor cells and prescribe a suitable next round of therapy. The patient lives a ...
Why is this important?. In October 2008, the U.S. News and World Report published an article by Bernadine Healy, former head of NIH. The tag line understanding the genetic underpinnings of cancer is a giant step toward personalized medicine, (1) underscores how the popular press views the promise of recent advances in genomics technology in general, and the progress toward understanding the molecular basis of cancer. In the article, Healy presents a scenario where, in 2040, a 45-year-old woman, who has never smoked, develops lung cancer. She undergoes outpatient surgery, and her doctors quickly scrutinize the tumors genes and use a desktop computer to analyze the tumor genomes, and medical records to create a treatment plan. She is treated, the cancer recedes and subsequent checkups are conducted to monitor tumor recurrence. Should a tumor be detected, her doctor would quickly analyze the DNA of a few of the shed tumor cells and prescribe a suitable next round of therapy. The patient lives a ...
Barros, A. A., Oliveira C., Lima E., Duarte A. R. C., Healy K. E., and Reis R. L., Ureteral Stents Technology: Biodegradable and Drug-Eluting Perspective , Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering, Eds. Ducheyne P., Healy K. E., Hutmacher D. E., Grainger D. W., and Kirkpatrick C. J., Elsevier , doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-803581-8.10189-4, 2017. ...
Heart, muscular organ whose purpose is to pump blood through the body. The human heart is about the size of the closed fist, shaped like a blunt cone and is located in the chest cavity, slightly left of center. The heart is divided into right and left halves by a muscular partition. Each half is subdivided into two cavities, the upper (atrium) and the lower (ventricle). Blood from the veins of the…. less than 1 minute read ...
Things can get a little confusing when figuring out which foods to eat for your hypothyroidism diet. These foods can help support an underactive thyroid.
UFC president Dana White stands by the decision to not award Pat Healy the $130,000 in UFC 159 bonuses, citing Healy being ineligible to receive any bonus.
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As a result of the recent market shocks, banks, capital markets firms and asset managers are rethinking certain issues and focusing on: 1) How to integrate not only risk and reward tradeoffs using portfolio theory, but also how to plan for market shocks; 2) The resulting impact of these shocks on the business and its divisions. Leading financial entities are linking their portfolio risk with the return on capital and integrating market liquidity into their analyses in an attempt to gain a more complete view of risk and return. As a result, optimization of capital deployed - rather than just a single view of risk exposures - has become the new role of risk management. This white paper proposes a new framework for optimizing risk management and discusses the technology needed to establish a high-performance computing environment for risk management. ...
Antibacterial resistance is a growing global problem. At least 2 million people in the U.S. acquire serious infections with bacteria that are resistant to one or more of antibacterial drugs designed to treat it. Despite the potential of new antibacterial products to reduce the social burden associated with resistant infections, development of antibacterials has been limited by insufficient return to capital invested in development of these products.