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  1. Impact of initial hospital diagnosis on mortality for acute myocardial infarction: A national cohort study.

    Wu, J; Gale, CP; Hall, M; Dondo, TB; Metcalfe, E; Oliver, G; Batin, PD; Hemingway, H; Timmis, A; West, RM
    AIMS: Early and accurate diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction is central to successful treatment and improved outcomes. We aimed to investigate the impact of the initial hospital diagnosis on mortality for patients with acute myocardial infarction. METHODS AND RESULTS: Cohort study using data from the Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project of patients discharged with a final diagnosis of ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI, n=221,635) and non-STEMI (NSTEMI, n=342,777) between 1 April 2004 and 31 March 2013 in all acute hospitals (n = 243) in England and Wales. Overall, 168,534 (29.9%) patients had an initial diagnosis which was not the same as...

  2. Dental calculus reveals Mesolithic foragers in the Balkans consumed domesticated plant foods.

    Cristiani, E; Radini, A; Edinborough, M; Borić, D
    Researchers agree that domesticated plants were introduced into southeast Europe from southwest Asia as a part of a Neolithic "package," which included domesticated animals and artifacts typical of farming communities. It is commonly believed that this package reached inland areas of the Balkans by ∼6200 calibrated (cal.) BC or later. Our analysis of the starch record entrapped in dental calculus of Mesolithic human teeth at the site of Vlasac in the Danube Gorges of the central Balkans provides direct evidence that already by ∼6600 cal. BC, if not earlier, Late Mesolithic foragers of this region consumed domestic cereals, such as...

  3. Regularity of Discharge Constrains Models of Ventral Cochlear Nucleus Bushy Cells

    Young, ED; Rothman, JS; Manis, PB

  4. How paradata can illuminate technical, social and professional role changes between the Poverty in the UK (1967/1968) and Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK (2012) surveys

    Edwards, R; Phoenix, A; Gordon, D; Bell, K; Elliott, H; Fahmy, E
    © 2016 The Author(s)This article brings together analyses of the micro paradata ‘by-products’ from the 1967/1968 Poverty in the United Kingdom (PinUK) and 2012 Poverty and Social Exclusion in the UK (PSE) surveys to explore changes in the conditions of production over this 45 year period. We highlight technical, social and professional role continuities and changes, shaped by the institutionalisation of survey researchers, the professionalization of the field interviewer, and economisation. While there are similarities between the surveys in that field interviewers were and are at the bottom of the research hierarchy, we demonstrate an increasing segregation between the core...

  5. Children with Disabilities in Situations of Armed Conflict, Emergencies and Disaster: Fact Sheet

    Kett, ME

  6. Convention on the Rights of Persons with  Disabilities, Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Convention on Elimination of Discrimination against Women

    Kett, ME

  7. Hierarchical Bayesian analysis of outcome- and process-based social preferences and beliefs in Dictator Games and sequential Prisoner’s Dilemmas

    Aksoy, O; Weesie, J

  8. Pressure as a limiting factor for life

    Hazael, R; Meersman, F; Ono, F; McMillan, PF
    © 2016 by the authors; licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.Facts concerning the stability and functioning of key biomolecular components suggest that cellular life should no longer be viable above a few thousand atmospheres (200–300 MPa). However, organisms are seen to survive in the laboratory to much higher pressures, extending into the GPa or even tens of GPa ranges. This is causing main questions to be posed concerning the survival mechanisms of simple to complex organisms. Understanding the ultimate pressure survival of organisms is critical for food sterilization and agricultural products conservation technologies. On Earth the deep biosphere is limited in its...

  9. Testing Game-Theoretic Comparative Statics Using Bayesian Model Selection

    Aksoy, O; Weesie, J

  10. An optimization framework for the integration of water management and shale gas supply chain design

    Guerra, OJ; Calderon, AJ; Papageorgiou, LG; Siirola, JJ; Reklaitis, GV

  11. Guest Editorial: Multimedia Medical Device (MMD) Designing and Clinical Applications

    Yang, J; Lv, Z; Yin, T

  12. Serum Calcium and the Risk of Breast Cancer: Findings from the Swedish AMORIS Study and a Meta-Analysis of Prospective Studies.

    Wulaningsih, W; Sagoo, HK; Hamza, M; Melvin, J; Holmberg, L; Garmo, H; Malmström, H; Lambe, M; Hammar, N; Walldius, G; Jungner, I; Van Hemelrijck, M
    To investigate the association between serum calcium and risk of breast cancer using a large cohort and a systematic review with meta-analysis. From the Swedish Apolipoprotein Mortality Risk (AMORIS) Study we included 229,674 women who had baseline measurements of serum total calcium and albumin. Multivariable Cox regression was used to assess the association between total and albumin-corrected calcium and breast cancer risk. For the systematic review, an electronic search of MEDLINE and EMBASE databases was performed to identify other prospective cohorts assessing the relationship between serum calcium and breast cancer risk. We pooled the results of our AMORIS cohort with...

  13. Threat appeals in health communication: messages that elicit fear and enhance perceived efficacy positively impact on young male drivers

    Carey, RN; Sarma, KM

  14. KiT: a MATLAB package for kinetochore tracking.

    Armond, JW; Vladimirou, E; McAinsh, AD; Burroughs, NJ
    UNLABELLED: During mitosis, chromosomes are attached to the mitotic spindle via large protein complexes called kinetochores. The motion of kinetochores throughout mitosis is intricate and automated quantitative tracking of their motion has already revealed many surprising facets of their behaviour. Here, we present 'KiT' (Kinetochore Tracking)-an easy-to-use, open-source software package for tracking kinetochores from live-cell fluorescent movies. KiT supports 2D, 3D and multi-colour movies, quantification of fluorescence, integrated deconvolution, parallel execution and multiple algorithms for particle localization. AVAILABILITY AND IMPLEMENTATION: KiT is free, open-source software implemented in MATLAB and runs on all MATLAB supported platforms. KiT can be downloaded as...

  15. Prediction and Quantification of Individual Athletic Performance of Runners

    Blythe, DAJ; Kiraly, FJ

  16. Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma of the foot metastasizing to the Iris: report of a rare case

    Fabian, ID; Hildebrand, GD; Wilson, S; Foord, T; Sagoo, MS

  17. The social experience of early childhood for children with learning disabilities: Inclusion, competence and agency

    Nind, M; Flewitt, R; Payler, J
    This paper tells of the social experiences of three four-year-old children with learning disabilities as they negotiate their daily lives in their homes and early education settings in England. We apply a social model of childhood disability to the relatively unexplored territory of young children and use vignettes drawn from video observation to explore the interactive spaces contained in settings with different cultures of inclusion. Using a multimodal approach to the data we show the nuanced ways in which the children enact their agency. We explore the relationships between agency, culture and structure, and argue that children with learning disabilities...

  18. Pharmacy Registration Assessment Questions

    Bukhari, N
    Questions for pharmacy pre-registration trainees to practice for the GPhC registration assessment.

  19. Liver Disease

    Bukhari, N
    therapeutics. LEARNING OUTCOMES At the end of this case, you will be able to: . Calculate phenytoin loading doses . Explain the relevance of chemical structure, pKa and pH of phenytoin for its formulation and administration in intravenous ...

  20. My Historic Environment

    Perring, D

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