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An experienced physiotherapist prescribing and administering corticosteroid and local anaesthetic injections to the shoulder in an Australian orthopaedic service, a non-inferiority randomised controlled trial and economic analysis: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial.

The early management of orthopaedic outpatients by physiotherapists may be useful in reducing public hospital waiting lists. Physiotherapists in Australia are prevented by legislation and funding models from investigating, prescribing, injecting and referring autonomously. This gap in service is particularly noticeable in the management of shoulder pain in early-access physiotherapy services, as patients needing corticosteroid injection face delays or transfer to other services for this procedure. This tria...

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Implementing screening recommendations for adolescents with heavy menstrual bleeding.

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How many steps are our children taking each day?

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Identifying intentional use of alternative vaccine schedules, New York State.

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Walking when sleepy -a dangerous mix.

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Does swimming prevent spinal deformities?

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Congenital hearing loss in Down syndrome.

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Direct mail does not improve screening in sickle cell disease.

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Recent Experience Establishing a New Pediatric Palliative Care Team.

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50 Years Ago in The Journal of Pediatrics: A Nasal Mask for Premature Infants.

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50 Years Ago in The Journal of Pediatrics: Atherosclerosis and Pediatrics.

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High incidence of occult, serious injury in possibly-abused infants presenting with isolated bruising.

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Professional breastfeeding support enhances breastfeeding continuation.

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Physical fitness is associated with enhanced academic performance.

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Multiple-dose hypertonic saline decreases bronchiolitis admissions.

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In-hospital formula use and early breastfeeding cessation: association not causation.

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Reply.

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7th Europaediatrics - Florence, Italy, May 13-16, 2015.

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The overlap method is a safe and feasible for esophagojejunostomy after laparoscopic-assisted total gastrectomy.

Laparoscopic procedures are increasingly being applied to gastric cancer surgery, including total gastrectomy for tumors located in the upper gastric body. Even for expert surgeons, esophagojejunostomy after laparoscopy-assisted total gastrectomy (LATG) can be technically challenging. We perform the overlap method of esophagojejunostomy after LATG for gastric cancer. However, technical questions remain. Is the overlap method safer and more useful than other anastomosis techniques, such as methods using a ci...

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Efinaconazole: Developmental and Reproductive Toxicity Potential of a Novel Antifungal Azole.

Efinaconazole is a new triazole antifungal for topical treatment of onychomycosis. The reproductive and developmental toxicity of efinaconazole was characterized in fertility and early embryonic development (rat), embryo-fetal development (rat and rabbit), and peri/post-natal development (rat) studies in accordance with current ICH guidances. In the fertility study, maternal reproductive toxicity was noted as estrous cycle prolongation (NOAEL=5mg/kg/day) but there were no male reproductive effects even in t...

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A high throughput screening system for predicting chemically-induced reproductive organ deformities.

There is a great need for alternative testing methods for reproductive toxicants that are practical, fast, cost-effective and easy to interpret. Previously we followed a pragmatic approach using readily available tests, which was successful in predicting reproductive toxicity of chemicals (Piersma et al. Reproductive Toxicology 2013;38: 53-64). This initial battery still contained apical tests and is fairly complex and low in its throughput. The current study aimed to simplify this screening battery using a...

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Cord blood: a promising source of allogeneic natural killer cells for immunotherapy.

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Intracellular labeling of mouse embryonic stem cell-derived neural progenitor aggregates with micron-sized particles of iron oxide.

Pluripotent stem cell (PSC)-derived neural progenitor cells (NPCs) represent an unlimited source for the treatment of various neurological disorders. NPCs are usually derived from PSCs through the formation of embryoid body (EB), an aggregate structure mimicking embryonic development. This study investigated the effect of labeling multicellular EB-NPC aggregates with micron-sized particles of iron oxide (MPIO) for cell tracking using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

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Detection of ALK protein expression in lung squamous cell carcinomas by immunohistochemistry.

BackgroundThe echinoderm microtubule-associated protein-like 4 (EML4) gene and the anaplastic lymphoma kinase (ALK) gene rearrangements occur in approximately 5% of lung adenocarcimomas (ACA), leading to ALK overexpression and predicting response to targeted therapy. To the present, few studies have been focused on the expression of ALK protein in lung squamous cell carcinomas (SqCC). Only several cases of lung SqCC were reported expression of ALK protein. No clinical study has been published to explicit th...

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S-Nitrosylation in neurogenesis and neuronal development.

Nitric oxide (NO) is a pleiotropic messenger molecule. The multidimensional actions of NO species are, in part, mediated by their redox nature. Oxidative posttranslational modification of cysteine residues to regulate protein function, termed S-nitrosylation, constitutes a major form of redox-based signaling by NO.


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