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Non-Invasive Transcutaneous Pacing Application Note This Application Note provides an overview of non-invasive transcutaneous pacing. It includes a brief history of pacing, describes the electrical activity of the heart, and explains how pacing works. Non-Invasive Transcutaneous Pacing What is Non-Invasive Transcutaneous Pacing? Non-invasive transcutaneous pacing is a technique of


Volume X No. 3 • March 15, 2005 YKHC prepares for Gathering next month Participants at last year's Tribal Gathering work on setting priorities for the communities in their election district. (photo by Michael Faubion) Set for April 5–7 in Bethel, this will be the 12th Tribal Unity and Traditional Medicine Gathering The coming together of people from throughout the region reorganizing the ambulatory clinics at the hospital, building subre-

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University of California The subject of my lecture this evening is CAUSALITY. It is not an easy topic to speak about, but it is a fun topic to speak about. It is not easy because, like religion, sex and intelligence, causality was meant to be practiced, not analyzed. And it is fun, because,like religion, sex and intelligence, emotions run high, examplesare plenty, there are plenty of interesting people to talk to, and above all, an exhilarating experience of watching our private thoughts magnified under the microscope of formal analysis.

Intelligible Models for HealthCare: Predicting Pneumonia Risk and Hospital 30-day Readmission Microsoft Research LinkedIn Corporation Microsoft Research Columbia University the application of machine learning to important problems inhealthcare such as predicting pneumonia risk. In the study, In machine learning often a tradeoff must be made between

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Dissection of SNARE-driven membrane fusion andneuroexocytosis by wedging small hydrophobicmolecules into the SNARE zipperYoosoo Yanga,1, Jae Yoon Shina,1, Jung-Mi Oha, Chang Hwa Junga, Yunha Hwanga, Sehyun Kima, Jun-Seob Kima,Kee-Jung Yoona, Ji-Young Ryub, Jaeil Shinc, Jae Sung Hwangd, Tae-Young Yoonb, Yeon-Kyun Shinc,e,2,and Dae-Hyuk Kweona,2 aSchool of Life Science and Biotechnology and Center for Human Interface Nanotechnology, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon 440-746, South Korea;


ABORTION WITH SELF-ADMINISTERED MISOPROSTOL: A GUIDE FOR WOMEN Millions of women worldwide have safely terminated their pregnancies with medication since mifepristone — orRU 486—was first introduced in the late 1980s. Research in the past two decades has identified several highlyeffective regimens for early medical abortion with a success rate of 95 to 98 percent, consisting of 200 mg ofmifepristone followed by 400 or 800 mcg of misoprostol.1 Whether taken in a health center or at home bywomen themselves, the regimen using pills offers an option that many women prefer to surgical procedures suchas manual vacuum aspiration or dilation and curettage (D&C).