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  1. UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL PAULISTA

    Júlio De Mesquita Filho; Faculdade De; Medicina Veterinária; Avaliação Do; Efeito Da; Toxina Épsilon; Do Clostridium; Darby Canine; Kidney Cell; Marina Castro; Ferrarezi Soares; Médica Veterinária; Araçatuba Sp; Universidade Estadual Paulista; Júlio De Mesquita Filho; Faculdade De; Medicina Veterinária; Avaliação Do; Efeito Da; Toxina Épsilon; Do Clostridium
    perfringens EM MONOCAMADAS DE CÉLULAS MDCK (MADIN-DARBY CANINE KIDNEY CELL) Tese de Doutorado apresentada junto ao curso de Pós-graduação em Ciência Animal, área Medicina Veterinária Preventiva, para obtenção do título de

  2. European Journal of Preventive Medicine

    Ahmed M. S. Hegazy; Basem M. M. Salama; Ahmed M. M. Elgaml; Ahmed Ramzy Alzyat
    Association of low back pain with vitamin D deficiency and other common risk factors: A hospital based case-control study

  3. REVIEW ARTICLE Do our patients receive maximum benefit from preventive care? A North

    American Perspective; W W Rosser; H Lamberts
    SUMMARY Politicians, their constituents and family physi-cians believe that preventive medicine is essential if health care is to be improved. Family physicians believe that the majority of their patients are well cared for with preventive health care services but in reality preventive services are provided to less than half the population and some to fewer than 10%. Barriers to providing preventive care include the selection of procedures of unproven effectiveness, public unawareness of the benefits of the procedure and practical obstacles for physicians providing the services. Assessment of each of these barriers indicates how preventive care can be improved. Narrowing...

  4. Annals of Internal Medicine The Association between Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Impaired Fasting Glucose and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Men

    Ming Wei; Chong D. Lee; Steven N. Blair
    Background: Several studies show an inverse association between self-reported physical activity and type 2 diabe-tes. It is not known whether physical activity or cardiores-piratory fitness is associated with the onset of objectively determined impaired fasting glucose and type 2 diabetes. Objective: To determine whether cardiorespiratory fit-ness, an objective marker of physical activity, is associated with risk for impaired fasting glucose and type 2 diabetes. Design: Population-based prospective study. Setting: Preventive medicine clinic. Patients: 8633 nondiabetic men (of whom 7511 did not have impaired fasting glucose) who were examined at least twice. Measurements: Cardiorespiratory fitness (determined by a maximal exercise test...

  5. Commentary A Model of Care for Familial Hypercholesterolaemia: Key Role for Clinical Biochemistry


    Familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH) is a dominantly inherited disorder present from birth that causes marked elevation in plasma low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol concentrations and premature coronary heart disease. There are at least 45,000 people with FH in Australia and New Zealand, but most remain unrecognised and those diagnosed remain inadequately treated. To bridge this gap in coronary prevention the FH Australasia Network has developed a model of care for FH. An executive summary of the model of care is presented, with a commentary on its recommendations and the key role of the clinical biochemistry laboratory. Context Familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH) is a...

  6. Discussion and Conclusions


    Our study supports the evidence that there are common risk factors for SD in men and women such as socio-demographic, general health and CV risk factors. A stronger correlation between CDV disease and poor sexual function was expected, if it wasn’t for the shortness of our sample. However, even without statistical significance, all CDV disease were associated with a diminishing of sexual function when comparing with apparently healthy people. As ED usually precedes a CV event, prevention and correct management of this situation could have a positive impact on the individual and public health. Thus, all patients presented with SD...

  7. Publication Info

    James F. Thrasher; Christine Jackson; Edna Arillo-santillán; James D. Sargent; James F. Thrasher; Christine Jackson; Edna Arillo-santillán; James D; Sargent Md
    NOTICE: This is the author's version of a work that was accepted for publication in American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Changes resulting from the publishing process, such as peer review, editing, corrections, structural formatting, and other quality control mechanisms may not be reflected in this document. Changes may have been made to this work since it was submitted for publication.

  8. Part of the Community Health and Preventive Medicine Commons, and the Trauma Commons Recommended Citation

    Adeel Ahmed Khan; Zafar Fatmi
    Strategies for prevention of road traffic injuries (RTIs) in Pakistan: situational analysis.

  9. The US Air Force Aerial Spray Unit: A History of 54

    Mg Russell; J. Czerw; Col Mustapha Debboun; Usa Jerome; A. Klun; Col James; A. Swaby; Usaf James; C. Mcavin; Desmond H. Foley; Phd Et Al
    preventive medicine:

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    The greatest public health benefit of the advances brought about by the understanding of the human genome, completely sequenced in 2000, will likely occur as genomic medicine expands its focus from rare genetic disorders towards the inclusion of more common diseases also, such as coronary heart disease, diabetes mellitus, cancer and infectious disease. Advances in Genomics hold the promise of improving the delivery of health care, particularly that of preventive medicine, and of tailoring drug treatment. The recently approved Italian National Prevention Plan assigns an important potential role for health promotion and prevention of diseases to predictive medicine, thus confirming

  11. Preventive Veterinary Medicine

    Tim E. Carpenter; Victor L. Coggins; United States; Forest Service; Chans S. O'brien; Joshua M. O'brien; Tim E. Carpenter; Victor L. Coggins; Clinton Mccarthy; Chans S. O'brien; Joshua M. O'brien; Timothy J; Tim E. Carpenterb; Victor L. Cogginsc; Clinton Mccarthyd; Chans S. O’briene
    A spatial risk assessment of bighorn sheep extirpation bygrazing domestic sheep on public lands

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    Ana Fernández-somoano; Adonina Tardon; Carlos Iii; Ana Fernández-somoano; Área De Medicina Preventiva Y; Salud Pública; Facultad De; Somoano A Tardon A
    Socioeconomic status and exposure to outdoor

  13. A New Editorial Team for Archives of Internal Medicine The Choices We Make ANEW EDITORIAL TEAM TOOK OVER THE REINS at the Archives of Internal Medicine on


    the journal’s new leaders and highlight some of the choices that we have made and continue to make in our new roles. Our leadership group now consists of an editor and 8 deputy and associate editors, each of whom brings a background appropriate to the goals of the ARCHIVES. In addition to my new role as editor, I am also a professor and department chair of preventive medicine and professor of medicine (cardiology) at

  14. Authors

    E. Harbaugh; Darrell W. Trampel; Irene V. Wesley; Steven J. Hoff; Ronald W. Griffith; E. Harbaugh; Darrell W. Trampel; Irene V. Wesley; Steven J. Hoff; Ronald W. Griffith; H. Scott Hurd
    Microbiology and Immunobiology Commons, and the Veterinary Preventive Medicine,

  15. U.S. ARMY CENTER FOR HEALTH PROMOTION AND

    Aberdeen Proving Ground; Stic Quality Inspected Ft
    The U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine (USACHPPM) lineage can be traced back over a half century to the Army Industrial Hygiene Laboratory which was established at the beginning of World War II under the direct jurisdiction of The Army Surgeon General. It was originally located at the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health with a staff of three and an annual budget not to exceed three thousand dollars. Its mission was to conduct occupational health surveys of Army-operated industrial plants, arsenals, and depots. These surveys were aimed at identifying and eliminating occupational health hazards...

  16. Dissertations. Paper 12056.

    Alejandro Ramirez; Alejandro Ramirez; H. Scott Hurd; Kenneth J. Stalder; Jeffrey J. Zimmerman
    Part of the Veterinary Preventive Medicine, Epidemiology, and Public Health Commons This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Graduate College at Digital Repository @ Iowa State University. It has been accepted for inclusion in Graduate Theses and Dissertations by an authorized administrator of Digital Repository @ Iowa State University. For more information, please contact

  17. Open Journal of Preventive Medicine Anoikis induction by glycoprotein from Laminaria

    Hiroe Go; Hye-jung Hwang; In-hye Kim; Taek-jeong Nam
    We extracted a glycoprotein from the brown alga Laminaria japonica (LJGP). We previously demonstrated that LJGP induced apop- tosis in HT-29 colon cancer cells via the Fas- and the mitochondrial signaling pathway, and cell-cycle arrest. However, its effect on the cell membrane remained unknown. In this study, we identified the involvement of matrix metalloproteinase (MMP), integrin, and Epi- thelial (E)-cadherin in LJGP-induced apoptosis in HT-29 cells. LJGP treatment increased the expression and activity of MMP-2 and MMP-9. Furthermore, LJGP de-creased the expression of integrin αν, β3, β5, β6 and E- cadherin. Consistent with a decreased expression of E-cadherin, LJGP inhibited...

  18. Haemodynamic Monitoring in Space

    Monitorização Hemodinâmica No Espaço; Vaquer S; Mesquida J
    ABSTRACT: Despite the fact that, during the last decade, modern countermeasure systems and preventive medicine have been proven useful in reducing the effects of microgravity upon the human body, they are likely to become outdated in forthcoming space missions. With space becoming gradually more accessible to the general public and with missions usually taking longer than six months, the risk of severe medical conditions increases significantly. In this context, medical autonomy will be the cornerstone for achieving good healthcare outcomes, and adequate medical equipment will be a determinant factor influencing both diagnosis and treatment. Reliable dedicated haemodynamic monitoring systems must...

  19. Air pollution Health impact assessment Preventive medicine Attributable cases Monetary evaluation

    Laura Pérez A; Jordi Sunyer A; Nino Künzli A
    Available online 3 de marzo de 2009

  20. Department of the Army,5th Preventive Medicine Unit, Entomology

    Kwan Woo Lee; Allen N. Hunt; Philip E. Fleicher; Kwan Woo
    Public reporting burden for the 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 this burden, to Washington Headquarters Services, Directorate for Information Operations and Reports, 1215 Jefferson Davis Highway, Suite 1204, Arlington VA 22202-4302. Respondents should be aware that notwithstanding any other provision of law, no person shall be subject to a penalty for...

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