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Male principal investigators (almost) don't publish with women in ecology and zoology.

Representation of women in science drops substantially at each career stage, from early student to senior investigator. Disparities in opportunities for women to contribute to research metrics, such as distinguished speaker events and authorship, have been reported in many fields in the U.S.A. and Europe. However, whether female representation in scientific contributions differs in other regions, such as Latin America, is not well understood. In this study, in order to determine whether female authorship is...


Interprofessional collaboration within fluid teams: community nurses' experiences with palliative home care.

To explore how community nurses (CNs) experience the collaboration with general practitioners (GPs) and specialist palliative home care team (PHCT) nurses in palliative home care and the perceived factors influencing this collaboration.

Genetic overlap between executive functions and BMI in childhood.

Executive functions (EFs) comprise a group of cognitive processes that selectively control and regulate attention. Inverse relations have been reported between EFs and BMI. However, the mechanisms underlying this association are not well understood.


Psychomotor and Cognitive Development and Quality of Life in Children and Adolescents with Congenital Heart Defect.

Children with congenital heart disease (CHD) are at significant risk of psychomotor and cognitive developmental disorders, with negative effects on psychosocial and academic performance and quality of life. Innate characteristics such as genetic abnormalities, type and severity of CHD and socioeconomic factors are the most important risk factors. Prenatally, hypoperfusion or hypoxia can cause developmental and maturation disorders of the brain, thus promoting postpartum lesions of the more vulnerable brain ...

Repair of Y-T Humeral Condyle Fractures with Locking Compression Plate Fixation.

 The aim of this study was to describe the use of locking compression plates (LCP) in Y-T humeral condyle fractures and to evaluate their clinical outcome.

Facilitators' teaching and social presence in online asynchronous interprofessional education discussion.

Asynchronous discussion boards have been increasingly used to engage teams of interprofessional learners in interactive and reflective discourse. Facilitation of this interprofessional discourse is critical, yet largely unexplored. The Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework provides a lens through which facilitators' contributions on asynchronous discussion boards can be explored. The aim of this study was to apply the CoI framework teaching and social presence indicators to an online asynchronous IPE facilit...

Chronic stimulation drives human NK cell dysfunction and epigenetic reprograming.

A population of Natural Killer (NK) cells expressing the activating receptor NKG2C and the maturation marker CD57 expands in response to human cytomegalovirus (HCMV) infection. CD3-CD56dimCD57+NKG2C+ NK cells are similar to CD8+ memory T cells with rapid and robust effector function upon re-stimulation, persistence, and epigenetic remodeling of the IFNG locus. Chronic antigen stimulation drives CD8+ memory T cell proliferation while also inducing genome-wide epigenetic reprograming and dysfunction. We hypot...

Erratum to: Are Patients Who Undergo THA for Infection at Higher Risk for 30-day Complications?

Coagulopathic Complications in Orthopaedics.

Assessment of The Capacity and Capability of burn centers to respond to Burn Disasters in Belgium: A mixed-method study.

Burn disaster is defined as a massive influx of patients that exceeds a burn center's capacity and capability. This study investigates the capacity and capability of burn centers to respond to burn disasters in the Belgian ground. Quantitative survey and qualitative semi-structured interview questionnaires were administered directly to key informants of burn centers. The data collected from both methods were compared to get a more in-depth overview of the issue. Quantitative data were converted into a narra...

Measuring Real-Time Team Cognition During Team Training.

A method for detecting real-time changes in team cognition in the form of significant communication reorganizations is described. We demonstrate the method in the context of scenario-based simulation training.

Peritonsillar abscess in an infant with congenital bone marrow failure.

Peritonsillar abscess is extremely rare in infants and is potentially life-threatening. We report the case of a 3 month old infant with a background of congenital bone marrow failure who presented with sepsis and desaturation requiring intubation and PICU care. Ultrasound and CT scan revealed an inflammatory mass. Examination in theatre revealed a self-draining quinsy. Following formal drainage in theatre, the child improved and was extubated uneventfully 1 day later. Prompt surgical and medical management ...

Perioperative Bleeding Disorders: Diagnostics and Treatment.

Perioperative bleeding disorders leading to major blood losses have a severe impact on patient morbidity and mortality. Despite efficient communication with the surgical team, a profound knowledge concerning the underlying mechanisms, diagnostic possibilities and available therapeutic strategies is essential for the anesthesiologist in charge. This clinical review summarizes the preoperative assessment of the most common preexisting bleeding disorders, as well as intraoperative diagnostics and management. A...

Linking Practice Adoption of Patient Engagement Strategies and Relational Coordination to Patient-Reported Outcomes in Accountable Care Organizations.

Policy Points Accountable care organizations (ACOs) have incentives to promote the adoption of patient engagement strategies such as shared decision making and self-management support programs to improve patient outcomes and contain health care costs. High adoption of patient engagement strategies among ACO-affiliated practices did not improve patient-reported outcomes (PROs) of physical, emotional, and social function among adult patients with diabetes and/or cardiovascular disease over a one-year time fra...

The Association between Physical Fitness Level and Rate and Severity of Injury and Illness in Youth Elite Athletes.

Youth elite athletes often double their training and competition load after enrollment into specialized sport academy high school programs. The least fit athletes may be exposed to an excessive and too rapid increase in training load, with negative adaptations such as injury and illness as a consequence. In this study, our aim was to determine whether these least fit athletes were at greater risk of injury or illness during their first school year. Participants were 166 youth elite athletes (72% boys) from ...

How Is Religiousness Associated With Adolescent Risk-Taking? The Roles of Emotion Regulation and Executive Function.

Existing literature has demonstrated an association between higher adolescent religiousness and lower risk-taking via higher self-regulation. This study sought to elucidate the roles of emotion regulation and executive function as parallel mediators in the link between religiousness and risk-taking in a sample of 167 adolescents (mean age = 14.13 years, 52% male, 82% White at Time 1). Longitudinal results across three waves utilizing structural equation modeling indicated higher religiousness was associ...

Bayesian Network Resource for Meta-Analysis: Cellular Toxicity of Quantum Dots.

A web-based resource for meta-analysis of nanomaterials toxicity is developed whereby the utility of Bayesian networks (BNs) is illustrated for exploring the cellular toxicity of Cd-containing quantum dots (QDs). BN models are developed based on a dataset compiled from 517 publications comprising 3028 cell viability data samples and 837 IC values. BN QD toxicity (BN-QDTox) models are developed using both continuous (i.e., numerical) and categorical attributes. Using these models, the most relevant attribute...

Quantitative Trait Locus and Integrative Genomics Revealed Candidate Modifier Genes for Ectopic Mineralization in Mouse Models of Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum.

Pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE), a prototype of heritable multi-system ectopic mineralization disorders, is caused by mutations in the ABCC6 gene encoding a putative efflux transporter, ABCC6. The phenotypic spectrum of PXE varies, and the correlation between genotype and phenotype has not been established. To identify genetic modifiers, we performed quantitative trait locus analysis in inbred mouse strains that carry the same hypomorphic allele in Abcc6 yet with highly variable ectopic mineralization phenot...

The decision making process in acute type A aortic dissection: When to replace the aortic arch.

The decision making process is crucial for the surgery of acute type A aortic dissection (AAAD). Often surgeons have to face different challenges, taking prompt decisions in emergency setting, during the pre and intra-operative phase. Choosing if operate or not a patients with AAAD as well as the management of the dissected aortic arch can be challenging. Different factors need to be evaluated as: the patients age, the presence of organ malperfusion, the intimal tear location and last but not least the surg...

The relationship between domain-specific subjective cognitive decline and Alzheimer's pathology in normal elderly adults.

We evaluated the associations of subjective (self-reported everyday cognition [ECog]) and objective cognitive measures with regional amyloid-β (Aβ) and tau accumulation in 86 clinically normal elderly subjects from the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative. Regression analyses were conducted to identify whether individual ECog domains (Memory, Language, Organization, Planning, Visuospatial, and Divided Attention) were equally or differentially associated with regional [F]florbetapir and [F]flortauci...

Synergism between fornix microstructure and beta amyloid accelerates memory decline in clinically normal older adults.

The fornix is the primary efferent white matter tract of the hippocampus and is implicated in episodic memory. In this study, we investigated whether baseline measures of altered fornix microstructure and elevated beta amyloid (Aβ) burden influence prospective cognitive decline. A secondary goal examined whether Aβ burden is negatively associated with fornix microstructure. 253 clinically normal older adults underwent diffusion-weighted imaging and Pittsburgh Compound B positron emission tomography at bas...

Executive function and general intellectual functioning in dyskinetic cerebral palsy: Comparison with spastic cerebral palsy and typically developing controls.

To comprehensively describe intellectual and executive functioning (EF) in people with dyskinetic cerebral palsy (DCP), by comparing their performance with that of: 1) age- and sex-matched typically developing controls (TDC); and 2) participants with spastic cerebral palsy (SCP) matched for age, sex, term/preterm and gross motor function classification system (GMFCS).

Critical shoulder angle and greater tuberosity angle according to the partial thickness rotator cuff tear patterns.

Current studies suggest that radiographic markers such as the critical shoulder angle (CSA) and the greater tuberosity angle (GTA) are associated with rotator cuff tears (RCTs). However, because the analysis of CSAs and GTAs according to the partial thickness rotator cuff tear patterns is limited, the purpose of the present study was to evaluate the relationship of CSAs and GTAs with partial thickness rotator cuff tear (PTRCT) patterns.

Comparison of outcomes following arthroscopic capsular release for idiopathic, diabetic and secondary shoulder adhesive capsulitis: A Systematic Review.

Arthroscopic capsular release for adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder is a treatment option. The present study aimed to investigate the clinical outcomes following arthroscopic capsular release among idiopathic, diabetic and secondary adhesive capsulitis.

Complications after surgical treatment of distal clavicle fractures.

Distal clavicle fractures have low rates of union when treated with conservative measures. Operative treatment is generally recommended for Neer type II and V. Multiple fixation methods exist with no clear gold standard. The goal of the current study is to assess the outcomes and complications of distal clavicle fractures treated with one of three fixation methods: standard clavicular plate, hook plate or suture fixation about the coracoid.


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