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Follow-up postoperative calls to reduce common postoperative complaints among urogynecology patients.

The purpose of our study was to identify the most common reasons why postoperative urogynecology patients called their surgeon within the first 6 weeks of surgery. We hypothesize that implementing a follow-up postoperative call (FPC) policy would decrease the number of patient-initiated calls within this postoperative period.


Preference for speech in infancy differentially predicts language skills and autism-like behaviors.

Early emerging biases for conspecific vocalizations are a hallmark of early development. Typically developing neonates listen to speech more than many other sounds, including non-biological non-speech sounds, but listen equally to speech and monkey calls. By 3 months of age, however, infants prefer speech over both non-biological non-speech sounds and monkey calls. We examined whether different listening preferences continue to develop along different developmental trajectories and whether listening prefe...

Prediction of the increase in health services demand based on the analysis of reasons of calls received by a customer relationship management.

Currently, customer relationship management (CRM) tools are very important in our society because they provide a comunication channel to the healthcare system for patients. Salud Responde is a CRM that provides many health services for the entire population of Andalusia, in southern Spain. The number and frequenzy of phone calls received change along the year. They depend on many factors, such as weekdays, seasons, vaccination campaigns, environmental factors, pandemic periods, etc. All these are the main r...


Tobacco-related Poison Events Involving Young Children in the US, 2001-2016.

In this paper, we describe trends in tobacco-related poison exposure calls (calls) involving young children in the US.

First Report of Tar Spot on Corn (Zea mays) Caused by Phyllachora maydis in Florida, Iowa, Michigan, and Wisconsin.

Burrowing owls eavesdrop on southern lapwings' alarm calls to enhance their antipredatory behaviour.

Eavesdropping is a widespread behaviour among animals, providing the receiver with valuable information to assess the habitat, resources or threats. This kind of behaviour has been reported for the burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia), which in its northern range lives in close association with fossorial mammals and eavesdrops on their alarm calls as indicators of risk. In their southernmost range, burrowing owls do not associate with mammals, but they are often found sharing foraging and nesting patches with...

White hair in alopecia areata: Clinical forms and proposed physiopathological mechanisms.

Alopecia areata is a common form of non-scaring type of hair loss. It is believed to be a consequence of an immune-mediated stimulus, probably involving autoreactive T-cells against antigens present in the hair follicle. The exact antigen is still unknown; however, some authors have proposed that melanogenesis-associated molecules might trigger autoimmunity. Although transient white hair regrowth is a common and well-known situation in alopecia areata, there are other different types of white hair phenomena...

Chemical additives enable native mass spectrometry measurement of membrane protein oligomeric state within intact nanodiscs.

Membrane proteins play critical biochemical roles but remain challenging to study. Recently, native or nondenaturing mass spectrometry (MS) has made great strides in characterizing membrane protein interactions. However, conventional native MS relies on detergent micelles, which may disrupt natural interactions. Lipoprotein nanodiscs provide a platform to present membrane proteins for native MS within a lipid bilayer environment, but prior native MS of membrane proteins in nanodiscs has been limited by the ...

Gus Born: Scientific Reflections of Later Years, Inspiring the Next Generation of Blood Researchers.

I am delighted to have been be asked by Steve Watson to write a short piece for this series in Platelets, on my friendship with Prof Gus Born which began in 2011, when he came to Cardiff to present at our UK Platelets meeting. Gus was an insipiration, his story resonates today and it is an honour to have the opportunity to record a summary of our meetings here.

The optimal choices of animal models of white matter injury.

White matter injury, the most common neurological injury in preterm infants, is a major cause of chronic neurological morbidity, including cerebral palsy. Although there has been great progress in the study of the mechanism of white matter injury in newborn infants, its pathogenesis is not entirely clear, and further treatment approaches are required. Animal models are the basis of study in pathogenesis, treatment, and prognosis of white matter injury in preterm infants. Various species have been used to es...

Processing of fast amplitude modulations in bat auditory cortex matches communication call specific sound features.

Bats use a large repertoire of calls for social communication. In the bat Phyllostomus discolor, social communication calls are often characterized by sinusoidal amplitude and frequency modulations with modulation frequencies in the range of 100-130 Hz. However, in the mammalian auditory cortex modulation transfer functions are typically limited to modulation frequencies below 100 Hz. We investigated the coding of sinusoidally amplitude modulated sounds in auditory cortical neurons in P. discolor by constru...

Transcriptome comparison between prenatal and postnatal Large White livers identifies differences in the expression level of genes related to metabolism and postnatal growth.

The current study examined the liver transcriptomic profiles of the Large White different in developmental periods. It was performed on pigs of two developmental stages: 70-day fetus (P70) and 70-day piglets (D70). The objective of the study was to identify genes associated with Large White liver lipid metabolism, growth and development. We sequenced eight sRNA libraries of liver samples from four Large White at P70 and D70 respectively. We totally obtained 19,202 genes. 4916 of them were found to be differ...

White matter alterations after chemotherapy and radiation.

Nowadays chemotherapy and radiotherapy are fundamental therapy concepts in the guidelines of malignant tumors of the central nervous system. Both therapy concepts can cause neurological symptoms or white matter alterations can occur, which can be classified into acute, subacute and chronic. Both symptoms and white matter alterations during acute and subacute phases are in most cases completely reversible, whereas chronic white matter alterations can lead to severe neurological limitations and further impair...

Effects of exercise training and follow-up calls at home on physical activity and quality of life after a mastectomy.

To determine the effects of exercise training that was supported with follow-up calls at home on the postoperative level of physical activity and quality of life of women with breast cancer.

Analysis of 9-1-1 call data from an emergency management perspective: A case study of the city of Lethbridge.

This article examines 9-1-1 call data of the City of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada over a year to find discernible spatial and temporal trends that may be useful to emergency response or better delivery of emergency management services. The spatial analysis includes Geographic Information Systems hotspot analysis of cellular and landline emergency calls with respect to critical (emergency and healthcare) facilities as well as emergency calls from residential landlines. The temporal analysis looks at hourly,...

The Salmonella Enteritidis TolC outer membrane channel is essential for egg white survival.

Salmonella Enteritidis has developed the potential to contaminate eggs by surviving in the antimicrobial environment of the hen's egg white. This has led to a worldwide pandemic of foodborne salmonellosis infections in humans due to the consumption of contaminated eggs and egg-derived products. The molecular mechanisms of Salmonella Enteritidis egg white survival are not fully clear. Using in vivo expression technology and promoter-reporter fusions we showed that the promoter of the tolC gene, encoding the ...

Pathology of white matter integrity in three major white matter fasciculi: A postmortem study of schizophrenia and treatment status.

Imaging studies have shown that people with schizophrenia exhibit abnormal connectivity termed "dysconnectivity" in several white matter tracts, including the cingulum bundle (CB), corpus callosum (CC), and arcuate fasciculus (AF). This study aimed to elucidate potential contributors to schizophrenia "dysconnectivity."

Microstructural differences in visual white matter tracts in people with aniridia.

Aniridia is a panocular disorder characterized chiefly by iris hypoplasia. Most cases result from mutations of the PAX6 gene, which is important in both eye and brain development. In addition to ocular alterations, differences in global brain volume and functional connectivity have been reported in humans with aniridia. Understanding neural alterations in aniridia may require examination of possible differences in white matter structure, as few studies have assessed white matter in this population. The curr...

Effects of white noise duration on somatosensory event-related potentials.

Exposure to auditory white noise has been shown to facilitate cognitive function. This phenomenon is called stochastic resonance. The present study examined the effects of white noise duration on behavioral data [reaction time (RT), the SD of RT, and error rates] and the N140 and P300 components of event-related potentials in somatosensory Go/No-go paradigms. A Go or No-go stimulus was presented to the second or fifth digit of the left hand, respectively, at the same probability. Before recording event-rela...

Automated Postdischarge Trauma Patient Call Program.

Postdischarge phone calls have been shown to improve communications between patients and health care providers, potentially reducing readmission rates, medication errors, and emergency department (ED) visits. Given the complexity of social and medical issues associated with trauma, we studied the utility of an automated phone call system as a method of identifying gaps in trauma care. The Trauma Program and the Health Management and Education Department at a Level 1 academic trauma center engaged in a colla...

Developmental and comparative transcriptomic identification of iridophore contribution to white barring in clownfish.

Actinopterygian fishes harbor at least eight distinct pigment cell types, leading to a fascinating diversity of colors. Among this diversity, the cellular origin of the white color appears to be linked to several pigment cell types such as iridophores or leucophores. We used the clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris, which has a color pattern consisting of white bars over a darker body, to characterize the pigment cells that underlie the white hue. We observe by electron microscopy that cells in white bars are sim...

Patient safety attitudes of clinical Pharmacy Students attending undergraduate program in King Faisal University.

.Patient safety is considered a critical aspect for the healthcare industry, which is significantly affected by the attitude of the undergraduate healthcare professionals. For this purpose, the current study is focused on analysing the patient safety attitudes of Pharmacy Students attending the undergraduate program at King Faisal University. In order to fulfil the research purpose, primary data has been collected from the 76 undergraduate students of King Faisal University. All the selected respondents hav...

TREATMENT OF CRYPTOSPORIDIUM SERPENTIS INFECTION IN A KING COBRA ( OPHIOPHAGUS HANNAH) WITH PAROMOMYCIN.

Feces collected from a wild-caught, young adult king cobra ( Ophiophagus hannah) were repeatedly positive for Cryptosporidium on both direct immunofluorescent antibody (DFA) and polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and sequencing identified the organism as Cryptosporidium serpentis. Infection was subclinical, as the snake was in good body condition and active, and readily consumed dead rats that were scented with snake skin. A course of paromomycin, inserted in feeder rats, was initiated at 360 mg/kg, orally, t...

Higher fundamental frequency in bonobos is explained by larynx morphology.

Acoustic signals, shaped by natural and sexual selection, reveal ecological and social selection pressures [1]. Examining acoustic signals together with morphology can be particularly revealing. But this approach has rarely been applied to primates, where clues to the evolutionary trajectory of human communication may be found. Across vertebrate species, there is a close relationship between body size and acoustic parameters, such as formant dispersion and fundamental frequency (f0). Deviations from this ac...

The association of sleep-disordered breathing and white matter hyperintensities in heart failure patients.

Heart failure patients often manifest white matter hyperintensites on brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). White matter hyperintnsities have also been linked with cognitive problems in patients with heart failure. Sleep disordered breathing may contribute to structural brain changes in heart failure. The purpose of this study was to test the extent to which the apnea hypopnea index is associated with global and regional white matter hyperintensities, and is a moderating factor in the relationship between...


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