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*  Traumatic brain injury
The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), the most commonly used system for classifying TBI severity, grades a person's level of ... In addition, outcome depends heavily on the cause of head injury. In the US, patients with fall-related TBIs have an 89% ... Grading scales also exist to classify the severity of mild TBI, commonly called concussion; these use duration of LOC, PTA, and ... Research is also planned to clarify factors correlated to outcome in TBI and to determine in which cases it is best to perform ...
*  Post-traumatic amnesia
... this particular GOAT assessment has been found to strongly predict functional outcome as measured by the Glasgow Outcome Scale ... and scores on the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), which measures degrees of consciousness, with higher scores indicating higher ... The scale is administered once each day, until the patient scores 12/12 on three consecutive days. The WPTAS is suitable for ... systems for determining the severity of TBI may use duration of PTA alone or with other factors such as Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS ...
*  Extinct language
The third and most rare outcome is for the pressured group to maintain as much of its native language as possible, while ... Glasgow, UK: SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN 978-1-4129-0779-8. Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove. (2000). Linguistic Genocide in Education or ... With increasing economic integration on national and regional scales, people find it easier to communicate and conduct business ... three linguistic outcomes may occur: first - and most commonly - a subordinate population may shift abruptly to the dominant ...
*  Class-size reduction
Aware of both the preliminary results of a CSR program in Indiana called Project Prime Time and the potential large scale costs ... Does Small Really Make a Difference? University of Glasgow: The Scottish Council for Research in Education. Finn, Jeremy D. and ... Although no significant differences were observed in the gains of both male and female students, improved outcomes were again ... A literature review by Wilson (2002) noted that results from the Tennessee STAR study, a large-scale randomized experiment in ...
*  Triage
Medicine portal Combat stress reaction Glasgow coma scale Hospital emergency codes Mass decontamination Mental health triage - ... For general triage concepts, see the sections for types of triage, treatment options, and outcomes. During the early stages of ... The scale has been in use since 1994. The scale consists of 5 levels, with 1 being the most critical (resuscitation), and 5 ... The Australasian Triage Scale (abbreviated ATS and formally known as the National Triage Scale) is a triage system that is ...
*  Plate tectonics
This can act on various scales, from the small scale of one island arc up to the larger scale of an entire ocean basin. Alfred ... One of the major outcomes of these datasets was that all along the globe, a system of mid-oceanic ridges was detected. An ... Geological Society of Glasgow: 559-606. Tanimoto & Lay 2000. Meyerhoff et al. 1996. Mallard, Claire; Coltice, Nicolas; Seton, ... Valencia, Diana; O'Connell, Richard J. (2009). "Convection scaling and subduction on Earth and super-Earths". Earth and ...
*  Emergent evolution
... if it can be interpreted as the outcome of the exercise of one which stands lower in the psychological scale. - Morgan, 1894, p ... Glasgow: Gifford Lectures. Emmet, Dorothy. "Whitehead and Alexander" Check ,url= value (help). Retrieved 23 July 2012. [ ... Emergence was further developed by Samuel Alexander in his Gifford Lectures at Glasgow during 1916-18 and published as Space, ... In no case may we interpret an action as the outcome of the exercise of a higher psychical faculty, ...
*  Grid plan
On a grander scale, Philadelphia was designed on a rectilinear street grid in 1682: one of the first cities in North America to ... The positive outcome of these changes reinforces Appleyard's findings and the need to reduce or prevent through traffic on ... Later came the New Town in Edinburgh and almost the entire city centre of Glasgow, and many planned communities and cities in ... but not larger scale movement, relative affluence and the number of neighbours have a greater effect than either being on a cul ...
*  Adam Jerzy Czartoryski
On reaching Italy, Czartoryski found that that monarch was a king without a kingdom, so that the outcome of his first ... but with branches in Glasgow, Birmingham and Hull. That same year, Czartoryski emigrated to France, where he bought and took up ... émigrés of his subjugated nation conducted a foreign policy often on a broader scale than had the old Polish-Lithuanian ...
*  Influenza
Glasgow, J; Middleton B (2001). "Reye syndrome - insights on causation and prognosis" (PDF). Arch Dis Child. 85 (5): 351-3. doi ... October 2005). "Large-scale sequencing of human influenza reveals the dynamic nature of viral genome evolution". Nature. 437 ( ... Angelo SJ, Marshall PS, Chrissoheris MP, Chaves AM (April 2004). "Clinical characteristics associated with poor outcome in ... Oct 2013). "Association between influenza vaccination and cardiovascular outcomes in high-risk patients: a meta-analysis". JAMA ...
*  Derek Bailey (guitarist)
2004 Scale Points on the Fever Curve with Milo Fine (Emanem) 2005 Carpal Tunnel (Tzadik) 2006 Derek with Cyro Baptista 2006 To ... was in 1953 with two other guitarists in their shared flat in Glasgow. He was also part of a Sheffield-based trio founded in ... 1983 Outcome with Steve Lacy 1983 Trios by Company (Incus) 1985 Notes (Incus) 1986 Moment Précieux with Anthony Braxton (Victo ...
*  Ian Frazer
Frazer was born in Glasgow, Scotland. His parents were medical scientists, and he was drawn to science from a young age. Frazer ... and 18 on outcomes related to vaccine HPV types in women with no evidence of previous exposure to those types [...] subgroups ... Other estimates of the problem's scale are broadly in agreement: Kennedy, F. (25 January 2006). "UQ Australian of the Year Will ...
*  Nigel Lawson
In this role his most significant action was to prepare for what he saw as an inevitable full-scale strike in the coal industry ... "The Glasgow Herald - Google News Archive Search". news.google.com. Retrieved 13 October 2017. The View from No.11, (London 1992 ... though the extent to which the subsequent trajectory of policy and outcome matched that projected is still a matter for debate ...
*  Medical ultrasound
Parallel developments in Glasgow, Scotland by Professor Ian Donald and colleagues at the Glasgow Royal Maternity Hospital (GRMH ... Color Doppler is the measurement of velocity by color scale. Color Doppler images are generally combined with grayscale (B-mode ... but mentioned that there was a lack of data on long-term substantive outcomes such as neurodevelopment. A study at the Yale ...
*  Welkom
Nhiwatiwa, R; Sepitla, C; Free State Outcome of hospital-based TB in the Goldfields area, South African Medical Journal; Vol 94 ... On 8 December 1976, Welkom experienced an earthquake measuring 5.2 on the Richter magnitude scale. The most significant damage ... silver medal at 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland, who matriculated at Welkom- Gimnasium Christo Ferreira- Springbok ...
*  Governance in Europeanisation
In rapidly growing economies such as Ireland, Estonia and Latvia regional differences lead to a positive outcome and relative ... The local authorities in cities such as Birmingham and Glasgow have participated and encouraged direct lobbying, long-term ... In the European Union the urban governance at the national scale requires except network influences and financial capital, ... In cities of southern Europe a high level of centralized decisions is jeopardizing a successful outcome of the policy. ...
*  Local authorities swaps litigation
Glasgow City Council argued that the English courts had no jurisdiction over it, and the bank's claim should be brought in the ... But the importance of the case is reflected in the legal rationale rather than the sums at stake or the actual outcome. The ... From about 1985 onwards Hammersmith had entered into interest rate swap transactions on an extremely large scale. At one stage ... It originally represented five (Kleinwort Benson Ltd v Glasgow CC was also included as a fifth co-joined appeal until it was ...
*  Morning Star (British newspaper)
A Scottish edition of the Daily Worker was produced from its plant in Glasgow from 11 November 1940. The Daily Worker welcomed ... whether we like the outcome or not", while Stop the War Coalition convener Lindsey German, and political commentator Peter ... the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima, editorialising "The employment of the new weapon on a substantial scale should ... AGMs of the PPPS held in Glasgow, Manchester and London voted by about 60 to 40% for candidates backed by the management ...
*  Tommy Sheridan
Initially he was held in Barlinnie prison in Glasgow, but after several weeks he was moved to a semi-open wing in Barlinnie, ... Sheridan denounced those who fought the police in the large-scale riot against the poll tax in London - which took place on 31 ... Harper, Gareth (October 2007). "Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are" (PDF). Strathclyde Telegraph. University of Strathclyde ... A few weeks later he won the Pollok ward on Glasgow City Council. He contested the European Parliament election in 1994 as the ...
*  Early modern warfare
This period saw the size and scale of warfare greatly increase. The number of combatants involved escalated steadily from the ... Schürger, André (2015), The Battle of Lützen: an examination of 17th century military material culture, University of Glasgow [ ... helped to prevent this outcome. Many historians trace the origins of hostility between Somalia and Ethiopia to this war. Some ...
*  Bellwether
Missouri was often referred to as the Missouri bellwether as it produced the same outcome as the national results in the ... Also, the constituencies of Almond Valley, Dundee City West, Edinburgh Eastern, Glasgow Southside, Kilmarnock and Irvine Valley ... can mirror in its popular vote the result on a national scale. In Australian federal elections, the electoral division of Eden- ... Glasgow Govan, Kilmarnock & Loudoun and Fife Central) achieved in the 1999, 2003 and 2007 elections. The American bellwether ...
*  Scotland in the Late Middle Ages
Unlike in England, this did not prompt the Scots to turn to large scale cloth production and only poor quality rough cloths ... French master-mason John Morrow was employed at the building of Glasgow Cathedral and the rebuilding of Melrose Abbey, both ... accepted this outcome with reluctance. Over the next few years Edward I used the concessions he had gained to systematically ... By this point the alliance with England was failing and from 1480 there was intermittent war, followed by a full-scale invasion ...
*  Scotland in the Middle Ages
A. Gibb, Glasgow, the Making of a City (London: Routledge, 1983), ISBN 0-7099-0161-5, p. 7. J. R. Maddicott and D. M. Palliser ... The scale and nature of war also changed, with larger armies, naval forces and the development of artillery and fortifications ... Robert Bruce, 5th Lord of Annandale, the next strongest claimant, accepted this outcome with reluctance. Over the next few ... In the late Middle Ages new castles were built, some on a grander scale as "livery and maintenance" castles, to house retained ...
*  Historiography of the United Kingdom
Chandler, A., Scale and Scope: The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism, Cambridge Mass.: Belknap Press (1990). William Mass, & ... In the second half of the 19th century, provincial centers such as Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, and Manchester ... considering British history as a march of progress with inevitable outcomes and presenting political figures of the past as ... Other research centres followed, notably at Glasgow and Reading, reflecting an increasing involvement in the discipline by ...
*  Birmingham
Instead of the economies of scale of a low-paid, unskilled workforce producing a single bulk commodity such as cotton or wool ... Economic inequality within Birmingham is greater than in any other major English city, and is exceeded only by Glasgow in the ... The city was also the scene of two scientific discoveries that were to prove critical to the outcome of the war. Otto Frisch ... In 1746 John Roebuck invented the lead chamber process, enabling the large-scale manufacture of sulphuric acid, and in 1780 ...
*  Scottish Parliament
As a result, the outcome of each division is known in seconds. The outcome of most votes can be predicted beforehand since ... "Glasgow's miles better for parliament". BBC News. 13 January 2000. Retrieved 4 March 2017. Urquhart, Frank (12 September 2001 ... Private bills normally relate to large-scale development projects such as infrastructure projects that require the use of land ... In May 2000, the Parliament was temporarily relocated to the former Strathclyde Regional Council debating chamber in Glasgow, ...
*  Prefabs in the United Kingdom
The outcome of the Burt Committee was that it favoured prefabricated housing as a solution to the problems. In a radio ... Reema houses were built from large-scale (nominally single-storey height) precast reinforced concrete panels, themselves made ... Glasgow, Inverness and elsewhere. The Tarran was designed by building firm of Tarran Industries Ltd. of Hull. A wooden frame ...