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Evidence AGAINST A subcortical gate preventing conscious detection of respiratory load stimuli.

Respiratory related evoked potentials (RREP) were used to examine respiratory stimulus gating. RREPs produced by consciously detected vs. undetected loads, near the detection threshold, were compared. Participants (n = 17) were instrumented with EEG and a nasal mask connected to a loading manifold, which presented a range of mid-inspiratory resistive loads, plus a control, in a random block design. Participants were cued prior to the stimulus and signalled detection by a button press. There were statist...

Thermoluminescence of new AlO-BeO ceramics after exposure to high radiation doses.

New AlO-BeO ceramics were synthesized from alumina nanopowder in BeO crucibles by high-temperature treatment in reducing conditions. It was found that the TL curve of these ceramics is characterized by a dosimetric peak at 520-530 K for a heating rate of 2 K/s. The integrated TL of the peak is not influenced by the heating rate of the samples, unlike that in anion-defective alumina and beryllia crystals. The presence of an energy distribution of the traps which cause dosimetric TL peak is verified by Tm...

Spatiotemporal Distribution Pattern of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Apothecia is Modulated by Canopy Closure and Soil Temperature in an Irrigated Soybean Field.

Identifying the optimal timing for fungicide application is crucial in order to maximize the control of Sclerotinia stem rot (SSR), which is caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum. In this study, the impact of canopy closure and soil temperature on apothecia production was investigated to optimize fungicide application timing. Replicated soybean plots with a row spacing of 0.36 and 0.38 or 0.76 m were established in 2015 and 2016 in an irrigated soybean field at Michigan State University's Montcalm Research Cen...

Controlling the strong field fragmentation of ClCHO using two laser pulses -an ab initio molecular dynamics simulation.

For a single, intense 7 μm linearly polarized laser pulse, we found that the branching ratio for the fragmentation of ClCHO → Cl + HCO , H + ClCO , HCl +CO depended strongly on the orientation of the molecule (J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2012, 3 2541). The present study explores the possibility of controlling the branching ratio for fragmentation by using two independent pulses with different frequencies, alignment and delay. Born-Oppenheimer molecular dynamics simulations in the laser field were carried out wi...

Differentiating clearly positive from indeterminate results: A review of irreproducible HIV-1 PCR positive samples from South Africa's Early Infant Diagnosis Program, 2010-2015.

We describe the extent of and variables associated with irreproducible HIV-1 PCR positive results within South Africa's Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) program from 2010 to 2015 and propose criteria for differentiating indeterminate from clearly positive results using the COBAS® AmpliPrep/COBAS® TaqMan HIV-1 Qualitative Test version 2.0 (CAP/CTM Qual v2.0). Fourteen percent of specimens with an instrument-positive result that were repeat-tested yielded a negative result for which cycle threshold (Ct) proved ...

Surveillance for Violent Deaths - National Violent Death Reporting System, 27 States, 2015.

In 2015, approximately 62,000 persons died in the United States as a result of violence-related injuries. This report summarizes data from CDC's National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) regarding violent deaths from 27 U.S. states for 2015. Results are reported by sex, age group, race/ethnicity, location of injury, method of injury, circumstances of injury, and other selected characteristics.

Financial protection for health care expenses provided by public and private systems in Chile.

People need a financial protection system to face the high costs of health care.

Rutile- and anatase-type temperature-dependent pre-edge peak intensities in K-edge XANES spectra for AO (A = Mn), AO (A = Sc, Cr and Mn) and AO (A = Ti and V).

Pre-edge peaks in 3d transition-metal element (Sc, Ti, V, Cr and Mn) K-edge XANES (X-ray absorption near-edge structure) spectra in AO (A = Ti and V), AO (A = Sc, Cr and Mn) and AO (A = Mn) are measured at various temperatures. Quantitative comparisons for the XANES spectra were investigated by using absorption intensity invariant point normalization. The energy position of the difference peak (D peak) is obtained from the difference between the low- and high-temperature XANES spectra. There are...

Myriad of Health Care Financing Reforms in Zambia: Have the Poor Benefited?

Zambia has implemented a number of financing and organizational reforms since the 1990s aimed at increasing efficiency, enhancing equity, and improving health outcomes. This study reviews the distributional impact of these health reforms on enhancing equity at the regional level and for different socioeconomic groups. Data from three nationally representative household surveys were collected, and a benefit incidence analysis was conducted to determine the distributional impact over the period 2010-2015. The...

The 2015-2016 malaria epidemic in Northern Uganda; what are the implications for malaria control interventions?

Vector control and effective case management are currently the backbone strategies of malaria control. Kitgum district, an area of perennial holoendemic malaria transmission intensity in Northern Uganda, appears to have experienced a malaria epidemic in 2015. This study aimed to describe the malaria trends in Kitgum General Hospital from 2011-2017 in relation to climatic factors and the application of population-based malaria control interventions. Hospital records were examined retrospectively to calculate...

The information gain from peak height data in DNA mixtures.

We present the results of a comparison of likelihood ratios obtained from DNA mixture data, obtained either by a peak height model (EuroForMix) and by a discrete model, using probabilities of dropout and integrating over them (MixKin). We use the mixture data that have been published in [1] and were made publicly available. We show that, for mixtures for which replicate analyses were available in this set, there is almost no difference in weight of evidence, suggesting that the additional information in the...

Decline of adolescent smoking in Ireland 1995-2015: trend analysis and associated factors.

The study examines trends in smoking among Irish adolescents aged 15-16 years between 1995 and 2015 and the factors associated with their smoking behaviours between 2007 and 2015.

Hong Kong Chinese aging adults voice financial care expectations in changing family and sociocultural contexts: implications for policy and services.

Using the Photovoice research method, this study invited 36 aging Chinese adults to photograph images and voice their concerns and expectations regarding financial care in the changing family and sociocultural contexts in Hong Kong. The findings revealed high financial insecurity regarding the future, thereby reinforcing the idea that older people are in urgent need of stable income sources and self-sufficiency in light of changes in filial care practices. Employing a rights-based approach is crucial for en...

Effect of a workplace-based group training programme combined with financial incentives on smoking cessation: a cluster-randomised controlled trial.

Financial incentives are potentially useful tools to aid smoking cessation, but robust evidence to support their efficacy, particularly in combination with other interventions (eg, group counselling), has not been reported. We aimed to investigate whether financial incentives combined with a smoking cessation group training programme (compared with a training programme with no incentives) organised at the workplace would increase 12-month abstinence rates in tobacco-smoking employees with different educatio...

Development of a shear ultrasonic spectroscopy technique for the evaluation of viscoelastic fluid properties: Theory and experimental validation.

In-situ measurement of viscosity advances the field of rheology, and aides the development of sensing systems for condition and performance monitoring of lubricated mechanisms. Many lubricated mechanisms, such as journal bearings or seals, are characterised by three-layer interfaces; an oil separating two solid (usually metallic) bodies. The viscoelastic study of the lubricating oil in layered systems is possible in-situ by means of ultrasonic reflection (Schirru et al. (2015)). General solutions exist for ...

In Cardiac Imaging Things Are Looking Up for CTA.

But the adoption of new technology is rarely smooth; learning curves create jagged edges. The gee-whiz factor of technology can easily get ahead of true utility and effectiveness. And, of course, there's the expense. Hospitals and other providers need to be ready to plow millions in new machines.

Do the peak and mean force methods of assessing vertical jump force asymmetry agree?

The aim of this study was to assess agreement between peak and mean force methods of quantifying force asymmetry during the countermovement jump (CMJ). Forty-five men performed four CMJ with each foot on one of two force plates recording at 1,000 Hz. Peak and mean were obtained from both sides during the braking and propulsion phases. The dominant side was obtained for the braking and propulsion phase as the side with the largest peak or mean force and agreement was assessed using percentage agreement and ...

The Use of Microtechnology to Quantify the Peak Match Demands of the Football Codes: A Systematic Review.

Quantifying the peak match demands within the football codes is useful for the appropriate prescription of external training load. Wearable microtechnology devices can be used to identify the peak match demands, although various methodologies exist at present.

BinQuasi: a peak detection method for ChIP-sequencing data with biological replicates.

ChIP-seq experiments that are aimed at detecting DNA-protein interactions require biological replication to draw inferential conclusions, however there is no current consensus on how to analyze ChIP-seq data with biological replicates. Very few methodologies exist for the joint analysis of replicated ChIP-seq data, with approaches ranging from combining the results of analyzing replicates individually to joint modeling of all replicates. Combining the results of individual replicates analyzed separately can...

Austerity Policies and Mortality in Spain After the Financial Crisis of 2008.

To analyze mortality in Spain and the United States before and after these countries implemented divergent policies in response to the financial crisis of 2008.

Instrument-assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization Improves Physical Performance of Young Male Soccer Players.

This study aimed to examine the effects of a rehabilitation exercise combined with instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization on the isokinetic power, muscle fatigue, and fitness of soccer players. An interventional study design was used to assess 40 subjects aged 15-17 years. Twenty participants each in instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization and control groups completed several tests to determine player development. The results showed significant differences between the two groups with respect to t...

Optimizing Between-Session Reliability for Quadriceps Peak Torque and Rate of Torque Development Measures.

Grindstaff, TL, Palimenio, MR, Franco, M, Anderson, D, Bagwell, JJ, and Katsavelis, D. Optimizing between-session reliability for quadriceps peak torque and rate of torque development measures. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2018-Quadriceps peak torque and rate of torque development (RTD) have relevance for athletic performance and recovery after knee injury. The number of repetitions performed to determine RTD varies between studies, and the associated measurement error has not been established. The p...

Women's preferences for alternative financial incentive schemes for breastfeeding: A discrete choice experiment.

Increasing breastfeeding rates have been associated with reductions in disease in babies and mothers as well as in related costs. 'Nourishing Start for Health (NoSH)', a financial incentive scheme has been proposed as a potentially effective way to increase both the number of mothers breastfeeding and duration of breastfeeding.

Using financial incentives to promote physical activity in American Indian adolescents: A randomized controlled trial.

American Indians (AI) have high prevalence of diabetes in youth and may benefit from increasing physical activity as a strategy to improve metabolic health. We tested whether financial incentives would elicit greater frequency and/or duration of exercise in AI youth at high risk for developing diabetes. Overweight/obese AI boys and girls, 11-20 years old, were instructed to exercise on 3 days/week for 48 weeks at a tribal wellness center. The program was divided into three, 16-week-long phases to test diffe...

'Too-much-of-a-good-thing'? The role of advanced eco-learning and contingency factors on the relationship between corporate environmental and financial performance.

Inspired by the natural-resource-based view (NRBV) theory, we attempt to shed light on a controversy which has been persistent over the last decade, concerning the relationship between corporate environmental performance (CEP) and corporate financial performance (CFP). Using the 'too-much-of-a-good-thing' (TMGT) concept, which suggests that "too much can be worse than too little," we link mixed results and consider the roles of advanced eco-learning and contingency factors in influencing the CEP-CFP relatio...

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