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Smith, S.L., Comparisons of Selected with the Flat and Slice Serves of Male Varsity Tennis Players in Proceedings of the Na- THE RACE DOWN FROM tional Symposium on Racquet Sports, J.L. Groppel, (ed.), University of Illinois, Champaign, 17,1979. "Impact Absorption in Extended Downhill Trabert, T., The Slice Serve, Tennis Strokes and Strategies, Simon and
Assessment and Management of Pain in the Elderly Self-directed learning package for nurses in long-term care. Supporting Implementation of the RNAO BPG Assessment and Management of Pain The Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario (RNAO) and the Nursing Best Practice Guidelines Program would like to acknowledge the following individuals and organizations for their contribution to the development of the educational resource, Assessment and Management of Pain in the Elderly: Self-directed learning package for nurses in long-term care.
April 2005 Student Volunteer's Experience Inspires Film "Smile" B.D. Fox & Friends, Inc. Advertising In 2001, Katharine Kramer, a 15-year-old high school student in Malibu, Calif., joined her school's Operation Smile club to raise money for Message from our Co-founders children with facial deformities. The following year, she participated as a student educator on an
No Evidence of Dehydration with Moderate Daily CoffeeIntake: A Counterbalanced Cross-Over Study in a Free-Living Population Sophie C. Killer¤, Andrew K. Blannin*, Asker E. Jeukendrup¤ School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, West Midlands, United Kingdom It is often suggested that coffee causes dehydration and its consumption should be avoided or significantly reduced tomaintain fluid balance. The aim of this study was to directly compare the effects of coffee consumption against wateringestion across a range of validated hydration assessment techniques. In a counterbalanced cross-over design, 50 malecoffee drinkers (habitually consuming 3–6 cups per day) participated in two trials, each lasting three consecutive days. Inaddition to controlled physical activity, food and fluid intake, participants consumed either 46200 mL of coffee containing4 mg/kg caffeine (C) or water (W). Total body water (TBW) was calculated pre- and post-trial via ingestion of DeuteriumOxide. Urinary and haematological hydration markers were recorded daily in addition to nude body mass measurement(BM). Plasma was analysed for caffeine to confirm compliance. There were no significant changes in TBW from beginning toend of either trial and no differences between trials (51.561.4 vs. 51.461.3 kg, for C and W, respectively). No differenceswere observed between trials across any haematological markers or in 24 h urine volume (24096660 vs. 24286669 mL, forC and W, respectively), USG, osmolality or creatinine. Mean urinary Na+ excretion was higher in C than W (p = 0.02). Nosignificant differences in BM were found between conditions, although a small progressive daily fall was observed withinboth trials (0.460.5 kg; p,0.05). Our data show that there were no significant differences across a wide range ofhaematological and urinary markers of hydration status between trials. These data suggest that coffee, when consumed inmoderation by caffeine habituated males provides similar hydrating qualities to water.
Psychiatrist Beats Suit Blaming Him for Patient's Killing Mom Milton Satcher and Laura Strong defended a psychiatrist accused of breaching the standard of care bycutting a patient's medications.John Disney/Daily Report After 10 years and two appeals, the guardians of a mental y disabled man who kil ed his mother weeks after hisdoctor took him off anti-psychotic medications have walked away with nothing from their medical malpractice suit.
Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus: More than Meets the EyeGuillermo Rocha, MD, FRCSC; Mercedes Muzychuk, OD The varicella virus is common; in recent decades the In this paper, a review of the basics of the herpes infection was found to affect 50% of Canadians by age 5 zoster virus will be covered. Aspects of ophthalmic and 90% by age 12.6 Although the rate of infection with
Gynaecology Case Reports 323 Declaration of interest: Th e authors report no confl icts of interest. Th e cies continued to term, resulting in three infants (14.3%) born with authors alone are responsible for the content and writing of the paper. congenital malformations (Barnett 1996). Nevertheless, in 1997, a study involving 86 pregnant women who
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Bioscience Reports, Vol. 25, Nos. 5/6, October/December 2005 (Ó 2005)DOI: 10.1007/s10540-005-2897-2 Cytochrome c Effect on Respiration of Heart Mitochondria:Inﬂuence of Various Factors Adolfas Toleikis,1,2 Sonata Trumbeckaite,1 and Daiva Majiene1 The eﬀect of exogenous cytochrome c on respiration rate of the rat and human heartmitochondria was assessed in situ, using permeabilized ﬁbers. It was (i) much more pro-nounced in State 2 and 4 than in State 3 with all the respiratory substrates (pyru-vate+malate, succinate, palmitoyl-CoA+carnitine and octanoyl-L-carnitine), (ii) diﬀerentwith diﬀerent substrates, (iii) much higher after ischemia in both metabolic states, partic-ularly in the case of succinate oxidation compared to pyruvate+malate, (iv) the highest inState 4 with succinate as a substrate. Similar results were obtained with the isolated rat andrabbit heart mitochondria. The diﬀerences in the degree of stimulation of mitochondrialrespiration by cytochrome c and, thus, sensitivity of cytochrome c test in evaluation of theintactness/injury of outer mitochondrial membrane are probably determined by the diﬀer-ences in the cytochrome c role in the control of mitochondrial respiration in the above-described conditions.
Surveillance & Society ‘People Watching People' (ed. Wood) The Public Surveillance Functions of Private Security Alison Wakefield1 Abstract This paper is concerned with arguably the most pervasive body of watchers in society, private security personnel. Set in the context of the ra pid post-war expansion of both mass private property and private security, the contention of the paper is that the inter-dependency between these two industries is key to understanding the significance of surveillance as a form of governance in privatised urban spaces. Drawing on an empirical study of private security in three settings: a cultural centre, a shopping centre and a retail and leisure complex, it is argued that surveillance practices represented much more than an approach to policing and crime prevention in these venues, and were central to broader management strategies for the three centres. These surveillance practices also became the basis for collaborative working with the police. In the conclusion, a number of concerns are raised with respect to the policing aspects of surveillance, in relation to both commercial and public policing objectives and the human rights and civil liberties being eroded along the way. Introduction
INSIGHTS in practice SPECIAL COLLECTION Five selected articles that supports your clinical approach to VNG/ENG INSIGHTS IN PRACTICE Clinical Topics in Otoneurology Hearing assessment Fitting & Testing Balance assessment Best Practices for the Evaluation and Management DIRECTIONAL PREPONDERANCE REVISITED Baseline Shift and Gain Stephen P. Cass, M.D., M.P.H.
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Dr. Nikita Kareker et al . / IJRID Volume 4 Issue 5 Sep.-Oct. 2014 Available online at www.ordoneardentistrylibrary.org ISSN 2249-488X Case – report INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN DENTISTRY LIQUID SUPPORTED DENTURE …… A KINDER SOLUTION: A CASE REPORT Dr. Nikita Kareker*. Dr. Ashwin Mysore.
La sordità infantile: lo screening uditivo neonatale universa- le, il percorso del paziente ipoacusico in età pediatrica. Alessandro Martinia, Paola Marchisiob, Luciano Bubbicoc, Patrizia Trevisia, Lodovico Perlettid a Dip. Neuroscienze e Organi di Senso – UOC Otochirurgia e Cattedra di Audiologia, Uni- versità di Padova b Professore Associato di Pediatria, Fondazione Ca' Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico,
The following is a Simplified List of CITES Species for the purposes of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. Effective date 12 June 2013. COMMON NAME INDEX in alphabetical order Asian arowana . 11 Bivalves . 52–53 African Cherry . 63 Brazilian Rosewood . 59 Bristlebird . 18 Animal hybrid . 10
Risk versus benefit of raw milk consumption Dominique Angèle VUITTON WHO Collaborating Centre; University of Franche-Comté; 25030 Besançon, France Background: the contradiction between "food safety" and biodiversity, high quality of products, sustainable development, and healthy life style. Dairy farmers and cheese producers are in the continuing process of answering the somewhat contradictory requirements of consumers for safe, high quality and diversified foods produced in sustainable conditions… at the lowest price. It has turned out that the legitimate requirements of safety from the consumer have eventually evolved in a burden of threats upon producers' activities, once they began being translated in tentative safety regulations. Within the past 10 years, the main concern of numerous producers, with little link with big dairy industry companies, has always been to provide food diversity through a traditional way of producing milk and cheese and to maintain biodiversity while reaching at the same time the very high quality and safety standards requested by the consumers. However, they now have the feeling that their way of doing is not supported in reality by the public policies and that the attitudes of experts and/or authorities may be sometimes quite contradictory.
Have a Headache? You Are Not Alone Information about headaches, from the mildly unpleasant to the extremely painful. Transcript of radio broadcast: Vocabulary 25 February 2008 This is SCIENCE IN THE NEWS in VOA Special English. Headache – I'm Barbara Klein. Pain in the head On SCIENCE IN THE NEWS: A guide to headaches Worldwide – Universal;
International Journal of Technical Research(IJTR) Vol. 2, Issue 1, Mar-Apr 2013 COMBINED STUDY OF ATENOLOL AND ESCITALOPRAM ON ANXIETY AND Gulshan Sindhwani ABSTRACT of people who commit suicide have Major depressive disorder is a depression or another mood disorder. DRUG PROFILE encompassingaccompanied by 1. Escitalopram
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False Alarm Perspectives: A Solution-Oriented Resource Ohlhausen Research, Inc. International Association of Chiefs of Police The author gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the following persons andorganizations: International Association of Chiefs of Police, Security Industry Association; especially: Private Sector Liason Committee, False Alarm
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ORIGINAL INVESTIGATION Cholesterol Lowering, Cardiovascular Diseases,and the Rosuvastatin-JUPITER Controversy A Critical Reappraisal Michel de Lorgeril, MD; Patricia Salen, BSc; John Abramson, MD; Sylvie Dodin, MD; Tomohito Hamazaki, PhD;Willy Kostucki, MD; Harumi Okuyama, PhD; Bruno Pavy, MD; Mikael Rabaeus, MD Background: Among the recently reported cholesterol-
25 September 2014 EMA/PRAC/490498/2014 Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee PRAC recommendations on signals Adopted at the PRAC meeting of 8-11 September 2014 This document provides an overview of the recommendations adopted by the Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) on the signals discussed during the meeting of 8-11 September 2014 (including the signal European Pharmacovigilance Issues Tracking Tool [EPITT]reference numbers).
Determination of Melting Points According to Pharmacopeia Application Note #4 Introduction The development and manufacturing of pure chemicals requires that close attention be paid to purity, quality, stability and safety to ensure that the final product performs as intended. One of the analytical techniques applied to the characterization of pure chemicals and pharmaceutical drugs (from raw material, to scale-up, to finished form) is the melting point (MP) determination. Carefully choosing the MP determination procedure is important for generating certifiable results for chemical quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA). In addition to following well-defined guidelines for Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), pharmaceutical QC/QA labs must also follow multiple strict chemical analysis protocols set forth by local, national and even international Pharmacopeias. Analytical QC/QA laboratories must calibrate their MP instrumentation on a regular basis against certified reference standards (CRSs), to determine whether their instruments are in accordance with the specific requirements defined by their local, national and international standards laboratories.
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2010-2011 Irritative Vocal Cord Dysfunction It is a well known medical adage that "all that Table 1. Differential Diagnosis of Laryngeal Movement wheezes is not asthma". Vocal cord dysfunction Disorders (VCD) is one of the entities that needs to be Associated Conditions considered in the differential diagnosis when