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Giglia E - - 2011
Quertle and KNALIJ are two innovative tools created to search PubMed in a easier and more effective way. They dramatically reduce time to discover meaningful results. Quertle allows a semantic search in multiple biomedical databases (PubMed included) and runs a query via relationships between concepts, so that you retrieve at ...
Bongiorno D - - 2011
One important feature in the gas phase chemistry of surfactants is to ascertain whether their aggregates produced by electrospray ionization reflect those formed in the starting solution. With this aim, we have performed ESI-MS, ESI-MS/MS and ER-MS spectra of bis(2-ethylhexyl)sulfosuccinate (AOTNa) solutions in different solvents, i.e. water, water/methanol, methanol and ...
Losito I - - 2011
Peroxidation catalysed by Soybean Lypoxigenase was performed on tetralinoleyl-cardiolipin with the aim of generating selectively oxidized products, to be used subsequently as standards for studies on cardiolipin oxidation. The reaction products were characterized by LC-ESI-MS and MS/MS, and the process was found to link a hydroperoxylic group on one or ...
Calenda Emile - - 2011
No guidelines are available in France for peribulbar block for eye procedures. It is our hypothesis that continued use of acetyl salicylic acid for forestalling myocardial or cerebrovascular ischemic events does not increase the risk of hemorrhage, compared with discontinuation of its use in patients who undergo eye procedures under ...
Fink Bruce - - 2011
Clinical work based on Lacanian principles is rarely compared in the psychoanalytic literature with that based on other principles. The author attempts to highlight a few important theoretical differences regarding language, desire, affect, and time between a Lacanian approach and certain others that lead to differences in focus and technique, ...
Gharaei Babak - - 2011
The incidence of postoperative cough (primary outcome) and adverse respiratory events (secondary outcome) in children who received anesthesia by laryngeal mask airway (LMA) with children who received anesthesia by face mask (FM) was compared in a blind randomized trial with uncomplicated upper respiratory track infection (URI) undergoing general anesthesia. Previous ...
Schadt Simone - - 2011
There is an increasing demand for quantitative data on metabolite exposure triggered by regulatory guidances. This contribution describes the accuracy of nanoelectrospray ionization mass spectrometry response of drug compounds and their metabolites from biological matrices compared with radiometric quantification. This is a comprehensive investigation of a set of real-life pharmaceutical ...
Drake Richard R - - 2011
The recent application of Matrix-assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Time-of-Flight and Polymerase Chain Reaction Electrospray Ionization Quadrupole Time-of-Flight mass spectrometry approaches to microbial identification has initiated a revolution in the clinical microbiology lab. The commercial application of these technologies to pathogen identification has only begun in the last five years, and already ...
Lai Hou-Chuan - - 2011
Patent blue (PB) dye has been successfully used worldwide in breast and cervix surgeries with few complications. Interference of oxyhemoglobin saturation reading by pulse oximetry (SpO(2)) and methemoglobinemia, from injection of PB dye, have rarely been reported in breast and cervix surgeries. We report here the first case of interference ...
Crotti S - - 2011
In the history of art, artists have used many different organic compounds to dissolve pigments and apply them onto a support to obtain a paint layer. Proteins were used with success from the Middle Ages up to the Renaissance, and the traditional protein sources were animal parts (skins, tendons and ...
Bharati Saswata - - 2011
Dexmedetomidine has predictable, complex, and negative cardiovascular effects that lead to additional adverse effects such as bradycardia and hypotension in up to 42% of patients and might cause profound left ventricular dysfunction and refractory shock. Usually, these temporary effects can be successfully counteracted with atropine, ephedrine, and volume supplementation. Clinicians ...
Paris G - - 2011
There are several modalities for treating neurogenic bowel dysfunction (NBD), including conservative treatments (diet, medications, biofeedback, transanal irrigation, massage, electrical stimulation, anal plug). When conservative treatments fail, clinicians can choose from a variety of therapeutic options, including colostomies, Malone anterograde continence enemas, sacral anterior root stimulator implantations, graciloplasties, and artificial ...
Rios Daniel - - 2011
Reported here is a comparison of electron transfer dissociation (ETD) and collision-induced dissociation (CID) of solvent-coordinated dipositive uranyl and plutonyl ions generated by electrospray ionization. Fundamental differences between the ETD and CID processes are apparent, as are differences between the intrinsic chemistries of uranyl and plutonyl. Reduction of both charge ...
Soler J M - - 2011
Spinal cord injury (SCI) is associated with impaired ejaculation. After SCI, more stimuli may be required to trigger what remains of sexual reflexes. Penile vibratory stimulation (PVS) induces a strong afferent nerve stimulation and intense activation of the autonomic nervous system, and is considered first-line treatment. Oral midodrine may come ...
Watson J Tracy - - 2011
There are many aspects of your practice that you never think of when you first get into your new practice environment. You have spent the better part of your life training in a rigorous surgical residency and possibly fellowship. You have worked hard to get to this station in life. ...
Skibniewski-Woods Diana - - 2011
This paper reviews the literature on the effectiveness of the debriefing of mothers after giving birth and considers the recommendations in relation to health visiting practice. Studies suggest a correlation between negative birth experiences and depression in women and a small percentage of women meet the criteria for post-traumatic stress ...
Mishra S K - - 2011
1. The inheritance of various plumage colour variants and their underlying interactions were investigated in a large flock of Japanese quail maintained at CARI (India) by conducting reciprocal crosses between four breeding stocks inheriting Pharaoh, White Breasted, White and Brown plumages, followed by test crosses. 2. Based on the proportion ...
Stannard James P - - 2011
Building a successful trauma practice in the academic medicine sector requires planning, contemplation, and continuous reevaluation. Although there are no rigid formulas, there are some common sense approaches that can help you start along the path toward a successful academic trauma career. This article outlines a blueprint that I have ...
Groenewold G S - - 2011
Coordination complexes containing Ce(III) and tri-n-butyl phosphate (TBP) in the 1+, 2+ and 3+ charge states were generated using both direct infusion electrospray ionization (ESI) and fused droplet (FD) ESI using a target capillary, in which the analyte solutions are impinged by the ESI droplets. The same coordination complexes were ...
Wang J P - - 2011
1. A total of 240 Hy-line brown laying hens (36-week-old), were used in this 8 week experiment to evaluate the effect of caprylic acid and Yucca schidigera extract (CY) on production performance, egg quality, blood characteristics, and excreta microflora. 2. Layers were divided into 5 dietary treatment groups which consisted ...
Schermer Victor L - - 2011
Following an overview of psychoanalytic interpretation in theory, practice, and historical context, as well as the question of whether interpretations have scientific validity, the author holds that hermeneutics, the philosophical and psychological study of interpretation, provides a rich understanding of recent developments in self psychology, inter-subjective and relational perspectives, attachment ...
Wang Fu-Yuan - - 2011
To determine if the intravenous co-administration of equal volumes of lidocaine and nalbuphine, with undiluted normal saline, prevents injection pain caused by nalbuphine. Eighty adult patients who were scheduled for minor surgeries under general anesthesia delivered via a laryngeal mask airway (LMA) were enrolled in this prospective, randomized, single-blind clinical ...
Mir Hassan R - - 2011
It is extremely common for young orthopaedic surgeons find themselves in unsatisfactory practice situations early in their careers. This article highlights several points to bear in mind when considering a change of employment in the first few years of practice. Many factors should be revisited from the candidate's initial job ...
Chowdhury Uttom - - 2011
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a syndrome defined by the intrusive re-experiencing of trauma, avoidance of reminders of the trauma and increased hyperarousal. Although the condition is well established in adults, there is little research into PTSD in children and adolescents. The available research shows that young people experience similar ...
Muthusamy N - - 2011
1. The effects of enzymatically hydrolysed whole Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast (HY) and the pellets of yeast cell wall (YCW) on production traits, the microbiology and histo-morphology of the small intestine, and humoral immune responses against Newcastle disease virus (NDV), of Ross 308 broilers were investigated. 2. The control group received ...
Wang Lin - - 2011
Unexpected [M + 15](+) ions were formed during the analysis of aromatic aldehydes by use of methanol in positive-ion electrospray ionization mass spectrometry. Aromatic aldehydes with electron-withdrawing groups or electron-donating groups were all tested to make sure the universality. All the aromatic aldehydes studied with methanol as the solvent could generate [M + 15](+) ...
Van Krimpen M M - - 2011
1. From an experiment with 504 laying hens (ISA Brown strain, 18-40 weeks of age), 90 40-week old hens were used for determining digesta mean retention time (MRT) and gut weight development. This experiment comprised 6 dietary treatments according to a 2 × 3 factorial design. Factors were dietary apparent metabolisable energy ...
Jacobs Linda - - 2011
The author uses the lens of myth and fairy tales to examine the narratives generated by the analytic experience. Fairy tales are understood as representing fundamental developmental conflicts, accounting for their enduring power over time. The analytic encounter is seen as an analogue of the fairy tale in which the ...
Tao X - - 2011
1. The plasma creatine kinase (CK) activities of male and female broilers under different temperature regimens were studied to investigate the suitability of plasma CK as an indicator of muscle damage due to heat exposure (HE). 2. This study characterises the responses of plasma CK concentration of Arbor Acres broilers ...
Russell Thomas A - - 2011
Intramedullary femoral nailing is the gold standard for femoral shaft fixation but only in the past 27 years. This rapid replacement of closed traction and cast techniques in North America was a controversial and contentious evolution in surgery. As we enter the fourth generation of implant design, capabilities, and surgical ...
Raju M V L N - - 2011
1. Rice bran lysolecithin (RBL) was evaluated in broiler chicken diets. In the first experiment, RBL was included in diet at 0, 0·5, 2, 8 and 32 g/kg and fed to 250 broiler chickens from 0 to 42 d of age. In the second experiment, RBL was fed at 0, 25 and ...
Drake Richard R - - 2011
Numerous microbes pose a significant threat in many environments, particularly so in the clinical setting where the most vulnerable patients are at high risk of infection. It is of prime importance to rapidly and accurately identify the responsible bacterial strains to appropriately disinfect contaminated areas and treat infected patients with ...
Amaral Phellipe H - - 2011
Using enalapril maleate as a test case, the ability of ambient mass spectrometry, namely, via easy ambient sonic-spray ionization mass spectrometry (EASI-MS), to perform direct monitoring of drug degradation has been tested. Two manufacturing processes were investigated (direct compression and wet granulation), and the formation of degradation products was measured ...
Zhang J W - - 2011
1. This experiment was conducted to determine the effect of different dietary energy sources on hepatic lipid deposition and fatty acid synthesis in the layer's liver. 2. A total of 120 Lohmann Pink commercial layers were divided into three groups of 40 birds each and restricted-fed so that they had ...
Antruejo A - - 2011
1. Diets high in total lipids, saturated fatty acids, trans fatty acids, and having high ω-6:ω-3 fatty acid ratios, have been shown to be related to increased instances of coronary heart disease, while diets high in ω-3 fatty acids have been shown to decrease the risk. 2. Feeding ω-3 fatty ...
Zaina F - - 2011
Evidence in medicine depends on original studies but also comes from systematic review. The most the literature grows up, the most systematic reviews are needed to synthesize the evidence, since this can help operators in decision making. The Cochrane reviews are considered the most reliable instruments of synthesis, being based ...
Liporace Frank A - - 2011
Joining a practice for the first time after training, whether in academia or the private sector, is fraught with challenges and a learning curve. Postgraduate education has not sufficiently taught anyone how to manage the nuances of this new arena or how to become successful. Success is not solely a ...
McKeegan D E F - - 2011
1. Poultry on farms are sometimes required to be killed in an emergency, such as during a disease epidemic, yet none of the available methods are ideal. Whole-house carbon dioxide (CO(2)) administration has practical advantages, but gives rise to welfare concerns. 2. The study measured the body temperature, respiration, cardiac ...
Obremskey William T - - 2011
Surgeons who choose a position in an academic teaching center have chosen to incorporate research and education into their clinical practice. These clinicians-scientists need passion, an inquiring mind, pertinent questions, time, money, and a research team to pursue a lifetime of intellectual challenges and patient care. The desire and passion ...
Arora G - - 2011
1. The study investigated the extent of hyperpigmentation (a trait fixed in native Indian Kadaknath chickens), bodyweight, carcase quality and leanness at 12 weeks of age in F(1) and back-crosses of Kadaknath with White Leghorn, White Plymouth Rock and Aseel Peela chickens. 2. The objective of the study was to ...
Chan Yoo-Kuen - - 2011
Hemodynamic monitoring provides us with refined details about the cardiovascular system. In spite of increased availability of the monitoring process and monitoring equipment, hemodynamic monitoring has not significantly improved survival outcome. Care providers should be cognizant of the role of the cardiovascular system and its importance in oxygen delivery to ...
Henare S J - - 2011
1. Simultaneous changes of cloacal gland area (CGA) and plasma luteinising hormone (LH), follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), testosterone (T), prolactin (PRL), thyroxine (T(4)) and triiodothyronine (T(3)) during photo-induced testicular growth and regression were measured in commercially bred Japanese quail from a heavy body weight line. 2. Somatically mature male Japanese ...
Siegel Jodi - - 2011
Successfully obtaining your first academic orthopaedic surgery position is a daunting adventure, but one in which you can succeed with proper preparation. First, you must identify specifically what you want to be doing on a daily basis at work. Then, you find places where you can potentially do those things. ...
Mathis-Edenhofer Stefan - - 2011
This work presents a comprehensive list of registry definitions including broader and narrower definitions. Compared to each other different methodological issues can be identified. Some of these issues are common for all registry types; some can be assigned more easily to a specific registry type. Instruments for evaluating the quality ...
Cannata G - - 2011
On the occasion of the 150th Anniversary of the Italian Unification, the discovery of some letters by Giuseppe Garibaldi - referring to a period of thermal treatments at the Baths in Civitavecchia (Rome) - gave us the opportunity for writing a commentary about a not well known experience in the ...
Griffin Sean M - - 2011
The Orthopaedic Trauma Fellowship Match is now in its fourth year as the principal match service for prospective orthopaedic traumatology fellowship candidates. The match is facilitated by SF Match. There are now more than 50 participating programs in the United States and Canada, and the number of applicants has expanded ...
Molnár A K - - 2011
1. An experiment was conducted to study the effects of different Bacillus subtilis concentrations on productivity, carcase quality, immune response and the gut microflora of broiler chickens. 2. There were 5 treatment groups: control, with no added Bacillus subtilis supplementation; and 4 treatment groups receiving feed supplemented with different concentrations ...
Osborne Aaron G - - 2011
Community hospitals offer excellent opportunities for graduating orthopaedic trauma fellows. To successfully compete for these jobs, applicants today must be better prepared than their predecessors. Organizing your practice aspirations and researching job opportunities before the interview are necessary for an effective job search. Often, a collaborative effort with hospital administrators ...
Wilkes Zoe - - 2011
This paper describes a local initiative that aimed to resolve difficulties experienced by practice teachers in assessing the practice of students undertaking a BSc graduate diploma in community nursing. Practice teachers initially raised a concern that they were unable to make a holistic assessment of a student, as they had ...
Ologunde Rele - - 2011
Increasing evidence indicates that inhalational anesthetics may cause or increase the risk of developing postoperative cognitive dysfunction (POCD), especially in the elderly population. POCD may exist as a transient or long-term complication of surgery and anesthesia and is associated with reduced quality of life. There remains great discrepancy between clinical ...
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