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Comparison of the plantar pressure distributions at different degrees of tilting: a preliminary report.

[Purpose] The purpose of this study was to investigate the amount of plantar pressures on the lower limb during tilt table standing and to indicate the ideal degree of tilting for partial weight bearing. [Subjects and Methods] Fifteen healthy subjects between the ages of 20 and 30 were recruited as volunteers for this study. All the measurements were taken while standing on a tilt table according to different inclination angles. [Results] The plantar pressures for 60° tilt table standing were lower by 7-9%...

Effects of water table manipulation on the soil respiration in a reclaimed tidal wetland at Dongtan of Chongming Island, China.

From January 2011 to January 2012, a monitoring was made on the soil respiration rate and its major affecting environmental factors along a gradient of water table (low, medium and high) in a reclaimed tidal wetland at the Dongtan of Chongming Island in the Yangtze Estuary of China. The annual soil respiration rate in the wetland with low, medium and high water table was 0.75-11.57, 0.70-12.61, and 0.83-6.67 micromol x m(-2) x s(-1), respectively. The soil respiration rate was the maximum in July and the mi...

Hemiarthroplasties after hip fractures in Norway and Sweden: a collaboration between the Norwegian and Swedish national registries.

National registration of hemiarthroplasties after hip fractures has been established in both Norway and Sweden. We aimed to investigate differences in demographics, choice of implant selection, surgical approaches, and reoperations between the Norwegian Hip Fracture Register (NHFR) and the Swedish Hip Arthroplasty Register (SHAR). As part of the Nordic Arthroplasty Register Association (NARA) project a common hemiarthroplasty dataset has been established. 36,989 primary hemiarthroplasties (HAs) for acute hi...

Initial flux of sediment-associated radiocesium to the ocean from the largest river impacted by Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

This study aimed to quantify the flux of radiocesium in the Abukuma Basin (5,172 km(2)), the largest river system affected by fallout from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) event. In the period from 10 August 2011 to 11 May 2012 an estimated 84 to 92% of the total radiocesium transported in the basin's fluvial system was carried in particulate form. During this monitoring period Typhoon Roke (September 2011) was observed to induce a significant and temporally punctuated redistribution of r...

Effects of a standing table on work productivity and posture in an adult with developmental disabilities.

The standing table is an assistive device designed to encourage occupational performance of the upper extremities while helping the person compensate for limitations in standing posture. We conducted three single-subject studies of a standing table used by a 52-year-old man with spastic cerebral palsy and mental retardation. In the first study, positioning in the standing table resulted in no discernible difference in work output per hour in comparison to his customary seated posture. In the second study, p...

Whole genome comparison between table and wine grapes reveals a comprehensive catalog of structural variants.

Grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) is the most important Mediterranean fruit crop, used to produce both wine and spirits as well as table grape and raisins. Wine and table grape cultivars represent two divergent germplasm pools with different origins and domestication history, as well as differential characteristics for berry size, cluster architecture and berry chemical profile, among others. 'Sultanina' plays a pivotal role in modern table grape breeding providing the main source of seedlessness. This cultivar...

Ammonia Volatilization Losses from Paddy Fields under Controlled Irrigation with Different Drainage Treatments.

The effect of controlled drainage (CD) on ammonia volatilization (AV) losses from paddy fields under controlled irrigation (CI) was investigated by managing water table control levels using a lysimeter. Three drainage treatments were implemented, namely, controlled water table depth 1 (CWT1), controlled water table depth 2 (CWT2), and controlled water table depth 3 (CWT3). As the water table control levels increased, irrigation water volumes in the CI paddy fields decreased. AV losses from paddy fields redu...

Positive and negative reasons for sickness presenteeism in Norway and Sweden: a cross-sectional survey.

This article investigates various reasons for sickness presenteeism (SP), that is, going to work despite illness. The research questions asked is: What are the main reported reasons for SP in Norway and Sweden?

Heavy metals contamination of table salt consumed in iran.

Lead, cadmium, mercury and arsenic are the most important heavy metals which may cause health risks following consumption of contaminated foods. Table salt is one the mostly used food additive with unique place in food consumption. Although purified table salt is expected to have lower level of contamination, some Iranians still prefer to use rock salt. Use of rock salt for food purposes has been banned by Iranian health authorities. In this study, heavy metal contamination of table salt consumed in Iran ha...

Lr67/Yr46 confers adult plant resistance to stem rust and powdery mildew in wheat.

We demonstrate that Lr67/Yr46 has pleiotropic effect on stem rust and powdery mildew resistance and is associated with leaf tip necrosis. Genes are designated as Sr55, Pm46 and Ltn3 , respectively. Wheat (Triticum aestivum) accession RL6077, known to carry the pleiotropic slow rusting leaf and yellow rust resistance genes Lr67/Yr46 in Thatcher background, displayed significantly lower stem rust (P. graminis tritici; Pgt) and powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis tritici; Bgt) severities in Kenya and in Norway,...

Patients with severe acquired brain injury show increased arousal in tilt-table training.

Patients with severe acquired brain injury (ABI) are often mobilised using a tilt-table. Complications such as orthostatic intolerance have been reported. The primary objective of this study was to investigate if using a tilt-table was feasible for mobilising patients with severe ABI admitted for sub-acute rehabilitation. We also investigated change in arousal, treatment duration before termination due to orthostatic reactions and change in muscle tone.

Detection of hypertension and prehypertension in paediatric patients with type 1 diabetes using a simple blood pressure table.

The diagnosis of hypertension is often unrecognized in the general paediatric and type 1 diabetes populations. Reference to a simple blood pressure table has been proposed as a screening tool for the identification of abnormal paediatric blood pressure. This simple table lists one cut-off blood pressure value for each sex and year of age, compared with the standard blood pressure tables, which list 476 abnormal and normal blood pressure values.

Morphological and phylogenetic identification of Botrytis sinoviticola, a novel cryptic species causing gray mold disease on table grapes (Vitis vinifera) in China.

Seventy-five isolates of Botrytis collected from table grapes (Vitis vinifera) showing gray mold symptoms in China were identified based on morpho-cultural characteristics on potato dextrose agar (20 C) and/or phylogenetic analysis using the sequences of three nuclear genes (G3PDH, HSP60, RPB2). Isolates of different species of Botrytis were compared using fenhexamid sensitivity, Bc-hch gene-RFLP haplotyping and pathogenicity on table grapes. The 75 isolates were found to comprise two species: B. cinerea (6...

Content of toxic and essential metals in recrystallized and washed table salt in Shiraz, Iran.

Table salt is the most commonly used food additive. Since most of the salt consumed in Iran comes from mines, contamination with heavy metals is a health concern. The commonest salt purification method in Iran is washing with water. But recently, some industries have turned to recrystallization method. The present study aimed to determine the level of essential and non-essential heavy metals in the table salt refined with recrystallization and washing methods.

Spine surgeon's kinematics during discectomy, part II: Operating table height and visualization methods, including microscope.

Surgeon spine angle during surgery was studied ergonomically and the kinematics of the surgeon's spine was related with musculoskeletal fatigue and pain. Spine angles varied depending on operation table height and visualization method, and in a previous paper we showed that the use of a loupe and a table height at the midpoint between the umbilicus and the sternum are optimal for reducing musculoskeletal loading. However, no studies have previously included a microscope as a possible visualization method. T...

Decreasing cardiovascular risk in HIV infection between 2005 and 2011.

Cardiovascular risk profile was compared in 765 Italian HIV-infected outpatients enrolled in 2005 and in 765 individually age-matched and sex-matched patients enrolled in 2011. Median Framingham risk score was 8.6% in 2005 vs. 7.9% in 2011 (P = 0.04); metabolic syndrome was present in 40.3 vs. 33.4% (P = 0.006). Blood glucose, triglycerides, prevalence of smokers, and lipodystrophy were all significantly lower in 2011 (all P 

Comparison of visual acuity in reduced lumination and facility of ocular accommodation in table tennis champions and non- players.

A table tennis player should fixate at different distances; track the objects with different speed, and in different visual environment. Their visual skills must be well developed for these capabilities. Therefore, visual acuity in reduced lumination and facility of ocular accommodation those are two criteria for visual skills have been compared in table tennis players and normal non-players. Twenty-nine young table tennis champions and 29 normal matched non-players (did not take part in any racket sports g...

Assessing changes in third-party gross margin for a single community pharmacy.

OBJECTIVES To assess changes in prescription gross margin from 2008 to 2011 using a random sample of prescriptions, analyze changes in prescription gross margin from 2008 to 2011 using a market basket of prescription drugs, and investigate impact of changes in prescription mix from 2008 to 2011 on prescription gross margins. DESIGN Longitudinal, retrospective, descriptive case study. SETTING Single independent pharmacy in Iowa City, IA, from March and April of 2008-11. PARTICIPANTS Prescription dispensing r...

Co-morbidity in persistent opioid users with chronic non-malignant pain in Norway.

In patients with chronic non-malignant pain (CNMP), co-morbid physical or mental health disorders are common and may have a negative impact on health-related quality of life and treatment outcomes. The purpose of this study was to examine the occurrence of chronic psychiatric and somatic diseases in persistent opioid users with CNMP compared with the general population in Norway.

Identification after terror attack in Norway 2011.

The standard age estimation methods of Moorrees, Fanning and Hunt (1963) and that of Demirjian, Goldstein and Tanner (1973) have been shown by several authors to be inaccurate when applied to their juvenile population. This was similarly found to be true in South African children. Pantomographic radiographs of samples of South African children of White, Coloured, Indian and Black origin were used to develop dental age related tables for these ethnic groups. These dental age estimation tables were tested and...

Stationary table CT dosimetry and anomalous scanner-reported values of CTDIvol.

Purpose: Anomalous, scanner-reported values of CTDIvol for stationary phantom∕table protocols (having elevated values of CTDIvol over 300% higher than the actual dose to the phantom) have been observed; which are well-beyond the typical accuracy expected of CTDIvol as a phantom dose. Recognition of these outliers as "bad data" is important to users of CT dose index tracking systems (e.g., ACR DIR), and a method for recognition and correction is provided.Methods: Rigorous methods and equations are presente...

Low prevalence of positive interferon-gamma tests in HIV-positive long-term immigrants in Norway.

To determine the prevalence and predictors of positive interferon-gamma release assays (IGRAs) and tuberculin skin tests (TSTs) in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infected patients in Norway, a low tuberculosis (TB) endemic country.

Regulating Web Content: The Nexus of Legislation and Performance Standards in the United Kingdom and Norway.

Despite different historical traditions, previous research demonstrates a convergence between regulatory approaches in the United Kingdom and Norway. To understand this convergence, this article examines how different policy traditions influence the legal obligations of performance standards regulating web content for use by persons with disabilities. While convergence has led to similar policy approaches, I argue that national policy traditions have an impact on how governments establish legal obligations...

Evaluation of two commercial omalizumab-free IgE immunoassays: Implications of use during therapy.

Abstract Background: The anti-IgE monoclonal antibody, omalizumab, is approved in the US as add-on therapy for patients ≥12 years of age with moderate-to-severe persistent allergic asthma. Omalizumab is administered according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved dosing table included in the prescribing information. The dosing table was developed using Genentech's free IgE assay and is designed to achieve free serum IgE levels of

Radioactive isotopes in atmospheric aerosols over Russia and the Sea of Japan following nuclear accident at Fukushima Nr. 1 Daiichi Nuclear Power Station in March 2011.

Artificial radionuclides, such as iodine-131 ((131)I), cesium-134 ((134)Cs), and cesium-137 ((137)Cs), as well as natural isotopes of beryllium-7 ((7)Be) and potassium-40 ((40)K) have been registered in atmospheric aerosols over Vladivostok selected from 11 March to 17 June 2011. Additionally, (134)Cs and (137)Cs were detected in atmospheric aerosols over Tomsk selected from 16 March to 17 June 2011. Artificial radionuclides were also discovered in atmospheric wet depositions sampled in Vladivostok from 3 t...


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