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Beliveau, Lee - - 2009
Wazny, Lori - - 2009
Objective: We sought to evaluate epoetin alfa drug costs in hemodialysis (HD) patients after a province-wide switch from multidose vials (MDV) to prefilled syringes (PFS).
Turner, Suzette - - 2009
Cardiac arrhythmia is associated with increased mortality and morbidity in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) (McCullough & Sandberg, 2004). The implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) has been shown to decrease mortality of patients with cardiac arrhythmias, yet CKD patients are usually excluded from clinical trials. This article discusses the ICD ...
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Bagherian, Reza - - 2009
Problem statement: Several studies in other countries had shown the influence of socio demographic, knowledge, satisfaction and attitudinal factors in level of community participation in development programs. The question here is, whether these factors would also be effective on community participation in other countries? Determine the factors which are influence ...
Hoque, Mahmuda - - 2009
Problem statement: Numerous micro-credit organizations have been emerged as the form of mushroom in Bangladesh in the recent times. All of them are providing micro-credit to the poor women with the view of poverty reduction and empowering the rural women. Thus, the researchers take an attempt to check that to ...
Nuangchalerm, Prasart - - 2009
Problem statement: In the context of science education reform in Thailand, we need to prepare science teachers who can face science and social issues controversial; teachers can response the question socioscientific issues and let their students to meet the goal of science education. This study investigated the conception leading preservice ...
Khan, Zebun - - 2009
Problem statement: As shown by research studies, knowledge of learning styles of students on the part of teachers is helpful in enhancing effectiveness of teaching-learning process. The present study was conducted to study and compare learning styles of students pursuing different professional courses at the university stage. The ultimate purpose ...
Jiang, Linghui - - 2009
Problem statement: Consumer satisfaction is regarded as one of the ultimate goals that all health system should strive for (Hsiao, 2003), it reflects the effectiveness of the health system in consumers' prospect. Yet public health care services in developing countries including Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) have failed to achieve adequate ...
Witsrutwait, Warit - - 2009
Problem statement: The silver ornaments is the well known handicraft for Chum Chon Ban Choke, Tambon Khawao Sinrin, Amphoe Khawao Sinrin and Surin province. The study of social capital concerning silver ornaments at Ban Choke community, the Khmer ethnic focused on the low quality of the making the silver ornaments. ...
Channuan, Prathip - - 2009
Problem statement: The agriculturists in northeastern Thailand had more rubber plantations. They faced the problem for high investments from using the new technologies. The purposes of the study was to examine appropriate technological development guide lines for rubber plantation for community economic development using local wisdom. Approach: As a qualitative ...
Khan, Zebun - - 2009
Problem statement: Professional education is the principle means of the developing the human resource. Students who do not perform well in professional courses are not in any way better than those who do not have professional knowledge, because their chances of employment and efficient working are bleak. The present study ...
Kadir, Herdawatie Bt - - 2009
Problem statement: Monitoring Boarding school student movement using the old-fashioned study system is inefficient and brings difficulty to the hostel management to check attendance manually. By using RFID technology, student movement is quick and easy. Approach: The application of RFID Matrix Card system as a boarding school students monitoring system ...
Erikson, Lisa - - 2009
Problem statement: The purpose of this research was to use learning theory to analyze the relationships between current views of citizenship, citizenship education, science and science education to develop a reasonably coherent and integrated view and approach to science and citizenship mandates that can be successfully implemented in our schools. ...
Sunde, Tafirenyika - - 2009
Problem statement: The main purpose of the review was to qualitatively establish the determinants of share prices in Zimbabwe. The review was carried out in 2006 before the situation in Zimbabwe deteriorated to the level where it is at the moment. Approach: To gather the information that we wanted we ...
Baten, Azizul - - 2009
Problem statement: An exponentially decaying inventory was first developed by (10). The certain commodities were observed to shrink with time by a proportion which can be approximated by a negative exponential function of time. Here, the novelty we took into consideration was that a constant hazardous rate followed by the ...
Ismail, Shaker - - 2009
Problem statement: The objective of this study was to explore the extent to which the concept of marketing orientation was clear and adopted by Jordanian service firms, focusing on the financial sector. Approach: Based on an empirical fieldwork. Results: The study concluded that the majority of Jordanian financial service firms ...
Rezaei, Shahamak - - 2009
Problem statement: Denmark experienced one of the most successful periods of its economy in 2004-2008, with a tremendous reduction of 77% in unemployment. Due to the structural challenges with regard to the labor market the utilization of immigrants' qualifications has come up to the surface of political and societal debate ...
Lukman, Z.M. - - 2009
Problem statement: One of the significant groups of young women in prostitution is the runaways, children under 18 years of age who leave home without the permission of their parents or legal guardians. In this case, runaways also include 'throwaways', young people who are forced to leave home or who ...
Capitini, Christian - - 2009
Problem statement: The development of a potent vaccine that can help treat tumors resistant to conventional cytotoxic therapies remains elusive. While part of the problem may be that trials have focused on patients with bulky residual disease, the desire to maximize responses to the vaccine remains. Approach: The gamma ([gamma]) ...
Sakai, Tohru - - 2009
Problem statement: NC/Nga (NC) mice produced high levels of ovalbumin (OVA)specific IgG, IgG1 and IgG2a. We previously found deletion polymorphisms in the promoter region of fcgr2b in NC mice. To determine whether this mutation causes a hyper-humoral immune response, we generated congenic BALB/c mice carrying the NC-type fcgr2b allele (NC ...
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Keals-Smith, Cheryl - - 2009
Stewart, Jenny - - 2009
Hutton, Liam - - 2009
This study aimed to develop an understanding of the perceptions that older adults at risk of falls, and previously involved in organised group exercise, have of physical activity. By identifying factors that these older adults feel help or hinder their involvement in physical activity, measures can be taken to enable ...
Carpenter, Kristin - - 2009
Many approaches for physical therapy management of neck pain have been reported; little evidence exists to guide practitioners in selecting the most appropriate intervention for patients with varied clinical presentations. A preliminary clinical prediction rule (CPR) for treatment of neck pain with thoracic spine thrust manipulation has recently been published. ...
Claydon, Leica - - 2009
Common conditions affecting New Zealanders (e.g. diabetes, stroke, cancer) can cause neuropathic pain (NeP). NeP can be managed in primary or secondary care. The Health Strategy of New Zealand identified the need to reduce the impact of these conditions as a health priority, and targeted primary care as a service ...
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