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    Case Report; Ke Schwab; M Mcmahon; W Simon
    Rituximab: an emerging treatment for recurrent diffuse alveolar hemorrhage in systemic lupus erythematosus

  2. ©Polish Histochemical et Cytochemical Society

    Folia Histochem Cytobiol
    Chelidonium majus L. (Greater Celandine) belongs to the Papaveraceae family and is widely distributed in Europe and Western Asia. Milky sap isolated from Ch. majus serves as a rich source of various biologically

  3. Sciences & Technologie C – N°32 décembre (2010), pp.23-30.

    Université Mentouri Constantine; Etude Des; Mecanismes De; Tolerance A La; Salinite Chez; Deux Varietes
    La sensibilité au sel est associée à l'accumulation du sodium (Na+) dans les tissus photosynthétiques chez plusieurs espèces, notamment dans la gaine et le limbe des feuilles, ce qui implique des mécanismes de transport de ces ions et de tolérance à la salinité. Dans cette étude, nous présentons une analyse physiologique des plantules de deux génotypes du blé tendre (Triticum aestivum L.), Mahon-Demias (MD) et Hidhab (HD1220), sensible et tolérant au sel respectivement. Les principales différences de transport des ions Na+ entre les deux génotypes étaient, le taux de transfert de la racine vers la tige ou chargement du xylème,...

  4. Feeling healthy: So why should Mexicandescent women screen for breast cancer

    Evelinn A. Borrayo; Sharon Rae Jenkins
    Mexican-descent women are at particular risk of late-stage breast cancer diagnosis by being the least likely of the major U.S. Hispanic subgroups to undergo breast cancer screening. This grounded theory study investigated how cultural health beliefs regarding the causes and nature of breast cancer influence women’s decision to participate in screening. Thirty-four women (age 49 to 81) were interviewed in five focus groups using theoretical sampling across levels of acculturation and socioeconomic status. Analysis of the most prevalent cul-tural health beliefs led to a discovery that the core problem Mexican-descent women face is that they perceive there is no reason...

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    directional selection in the lineage, selection did not appear to affect the observed morphological changes, suggesting that this method is biased against finding evidence for directional change (18). For fossils, the number of generations be-tween successive samples is generally so high that the amount of morphological change would have to be unrealistically high for directional selection to be detected with current methods. Our research compared trends for the same taxon in different geographical locations and iden-tified a possible environmental influence on evo-lutionary modes and rates. We found that the two current quantitative methods used for delineating evolutionary mode provide equivalent...

  6. Case Report Cholera-like diarrhoea due to Salmonella infection

    Suleiman Mzee Saidi; Shinji Yamasaki; Yoshio Iijima; Samuel Kariuki
    An unusually high number of sporadic cholera outbreaks have occurred in various parts of Kenya since January 2009. Clinical symptoms of cholera play an important role in the diagnosis and management of the disease, especially in resource-poor settings in most developing countries. We describe a case report of a patient who was treated for cholera according to symptoms at presentation to hospital. Non-typhoid Salmonella was later isolated and the patient’s condition improved after administration of ciprofloxacin. Key words: Salmonella; cholera-like diarrhoea; Vibrio cholerae

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    Andrew King; Kelsea Fortino; Nicholas Stevens; Sachin Shah; Margaret Fortino-mullen; Andrew King; Kelsea Fortino; Nicholas Stevens; Sachin Shah; Margaret Fortino-mullen; Insup Lee; Andrew King; Kelsea Fortino; Nicholas Stevens; Sachin Shah; Margaret Fortino-m
    We describe and report the results of an evaluation of a smart alarm algorithm for post coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) patients. The algorithm (CABG-SA) was applied to vital sign data streams recorded in a surgical intensive care unit (SICU) at a hospital in the University of Pennsylvania Health System. In order to determine the specificity of CABGSA, the alarms generated by CABG-SA were compared against the actual interventions performed by the staff of the critical care unit. Overall, CABG-SA alarmed for 55 % of the time

  8. Early determinants of development: A lipid perspective

    Susan E Carlson
    This article results from an International Life Sciences Institute workshop on early nutritional determinants of health and develop-ment. The presentation on lipids focused mainly on the longer-chain products of the essential fatty acids, particularly docosahexaenoic acid (22:6n–3), and cognitive development as among the most stud-ied lipids and outcomes, respectively, in early human nutrition. Be-cause there have been several recent reviews on this topic, the present review takes a broader perspective with respect to both early devel-opment and lipids: an expanded research agenda is plausible on the basis of observations from some human studies and from animal studies. Other lipids known...

  9. 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Preparing for Response to a Nuclear Weapon of Mass

    Ltc Vance; P. Visser
    The public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 1 hour per response, including the time for reviewing instructions. searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this collection of information, including suggestions for reducing the burden, to Department of Defense. Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports (0704-0188), 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1204, Arlington, VA 22202-4302. Respondents should be aware that not withstanding any other provision of law, no person shall...

  10. Design of a Computer-controlled Electroanalytical System

    Richard M. Miller; Kathryn E. Thomas
    A dedicated high-level computer language has been written for use with a computer-controlled electroanalytical system. The language can be compiled to produce executable machine code modules, and provides considerable flexibility i n the design of experiments. The compiled modules can be linked to programs in other high-level languages, allowing very complex strategies to be implemented. The language is sufficiently general t o al low extension to the control of other types of analytical instrumentation.

  11. Hyperkalemia with Renal Replacement Therapy in Acute Kidney Failure Due To

    Alfred Ibrahimi; Saimir Kuci; Ervin Bejko; Stavri Llazo; Esmerilda Bulku; Diana Dhimitri; Ilir Ohri; Bulku E; Dhimitri D; Ohri I. Treating Severe; Rhabdomyolysis Oa Maced; J Med Sci
    Copyright: © 2014 Ibrahimi et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Competing Interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. Rhabdomyolysis and myoglobinuria are the main cause of the acute renal failure. Hyperkalemia is life threating complication of rhabdomyolisis due to massive cell destruction. We report a case of very severe hyperkalemia treated successfully with high volume hemodiafiltration (CVVHDF).

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    Mucus from the lumen of the cervix appears to be a morphologically heterogeneous entity. It con-tains different types of secretions, the proportion of which vary throughout the menstrual cycle. The different mucosal types show different types of crystallization, different patterns of ultrastructure (probably related to the arrangement of the gly-coprotein network) and are produced in different secretory zones of the crypts in the cervix. One of these mucus types is P mucus. Recent studies about it shows the relation between mucus symptom and P mucus levels in the samples from the cervix, although this is the least abundant of the...

  13. The Electron Spin as Resulting From the Ether Elasticity

    David Zareski
    We recall how the Maxwell equations ensue from the Navier-Stokes-Durand equation of elasticity that governs the field of the displacements ξ of the points of the ether shown to be an elastic medium. Such a field ξ can be constituted by waves propagated in this ether. In previous papers we have generalized the waves ξ associated to photons to waves ()e,mξ associated to ()se,mPar, (i.e., particles of mass m and electrical charges e), and demonstrated that a moving ()e,mPar, as, e.g., an electron is a superposition ()e,mξ ̂ of waves ()e,mξ that forms a small globule moving with the velocity...

  14. Statistical Changes in Lakes in Urbanizing Watersheds and Lake Return Frequencies Adjusted for Trend and Initial Stage Utilizing Generalized Extreme Value Theory

    Shayne Paynter; Shayne Paynter; Mark Ross Ph. D
    Statistical changes in lakes in urbanizing watersheds and lake return frequencies adjusted for trend and initial stage utilizing generalized extreme value theory


    Integrated Flight Experiment (ifx; Matthew E. Zuber; J. Jackson; Marty Wacks
    Proceedings To order the complete compilation report, use: ADB273195 The component part is provided here to allow users access to individually authored sections f proceedings, annals, symposia, etc. However, the component should be considered within [he context of the overall compilation report and not as a stand-alone technical report. The following component part numbers comprise the compilation report: ADPO11183 thru ADPO11193 ADP204784 thru ADP204818

  16. E-ISSN: 1929-4409/13 © 2013 Lifescience Global Constructing the Military Hero

    Gray Cavender; Sarah Prior
    Abstract: Today we see an increase in the usage of the term hero. Especially in the media, the term is applied not only to those who do specific heroic deeds but to entire professions, e.g., the military. In this paper, we analyze the media’s social construction of military heroes with respect to four individuals, two fictional characters and two real people. We argue that four themes are essential to the construction of the military hero whether for fictional or real people: a biography; strength of purpose; gender; and the reinforcement of national values. Once constructed in the media, the hero...

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    Servicio De Ginecología; Y Obstetricia; Hospital De; Villaviciosa De Odón
    Does exercise training during pregnancy infl uence fetal cardiovascular responses to an exercise stimulus? Insights from a randomised, controlled trial R Barakat,1 J R Ruiz,2 G Rodríguez-Romo,1 R Montejo-Rodríguez,3 A Lucia4 In this study, the effects of maternal physical activity level on several fetal haemodynamic parameters such as pulsatility index of the fetal middle cerebral and umbilical arteries and cerebral-to-fetal ratio, as well as on fetal heart rate responses to one bout of moderate exercise (20 min cycle-ergometry at ~60% of age-predicted maximum heart rate) during the third pregnancy trimester were assessed. 26 Sedentary and 26 physically active gravidae aged...

  18. Stability and localization of rapid shear in fluidsaturated fault gouge: 1. Linearized stability analysis

    James R. Rice; John W. Rudnicki; John D. Platt
    (Article begins on next page) The Harvard community has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters.

  19. Self-rated health among cardiovascular drug users in a study

    Carola Svìrdh; Dag Isacson; Nancy L. Pedersen; D. Isacson; N. L. Pedersen
    The aim of this study was to analyse the relationship between self-perceived health and cardiovascular disease with and without drug treatment. Mental health and genetic e¡ects were controlled for in the analyses. The data for these analyses were collected in 1984 as part of the Swedish Adop-tion/Twin Study of Aging (SATSA). In the ¢rst set of ana-lyses, 1147 persons (mean age 60 years, 72 % older than 50 years) were included. In the second part of the study, twin pairs discordant with respect to having a cardiovascular dis-ease and/or drug use were included in the analyses. Cardio-vascular disease was related...

  20. The Effects Of Transient Signal Propagation Through Electronic Systems

    Anthony Q. Martin; Chaitanya Sreerama

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