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The left lateral occipital cortex exhibits decreased thickness in children with sensorineural hearing loss.

Patients with sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) tend to show language delay, executive functioning deficits, and visual cognitive impairment, even after intervention with hearing amplification and cochlear implants, which suggest altered brain structures and functions in SNHL patients. In this study, we investigated structural brain MRI in 30 children with SNHL (18 mild to moderate [M-M] SNHL and 12 moderately severe to profound [M-P] SNHL) by comparing gender- and age-matched normal controls (NC). Region-b...


Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Study Group.

The 2018 Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Study Group (FASDSG) meeting was entitled "Sex Differences and Vulnerability." The theme reflected the ongoing NIH initiative to address sex differences in both clinical and preclinical research. The first keynote speaker, Jill Becker, Ph.D., addressed sex differences in addiction in preclinical studies. The second keynote speaker, Meeyoung Min, Ph.D., discussed effects of gender on adolescent outcomes in poly-drug exposed children. The conference presented updates ...

Readiness for practice: The views of New Zealand senior nursing students.

The concept of 'readiness to practice' of nursing students is not well understood even though being 'ready for practice' is the focus of undergraduate programs. The aim of this study was to critically explore senior student's views about their readiness to practice as a registered nurse. This study was undertaken in a school of nursing in the South Island of New Zealand. The participants included all senior nursing students assigned to their final clinical practicum from five cohorts across two and half yea...


RNA-guided DNA insertion with CRISPR-associated transposases.

CRISPR-Cas nucleases are powerful tools to manipulate nucleic acids; however, targeted insertion of DNA remains a challenge as it requires host cell repair machinery. Here we characterize a CRISPR-associated transposase (CAST) from cyanobacteria which consists of Tn7-like transposase subunits and the type V-K CRISPR effector (Cas12k). ShCAST catalyzes RNA-guided DNA transposition by unidirectionally inserting segments of DNA 60-66 bp downstream of the protospacer. ShCAST integrates DNA into unique sites in...

Anaerobic hydrocarbon degradation in candidate phylum 'Atribacteria' (JS1) inferred from genomics.

The hydrocarbon-enriched environments, such as oil reservoirs and oil sands tailings ponds, contain a broad diversity of uncultured microorganisms. Despite being one of the few prokaryotic lineages that is consistently detected in both production water from oil reservoirs and stable hydrocarbon-degrading enrichment cultures originated from oil reservoirs, the physiological and ecological roles of candidate phylum "Atribacteria" (OP9/JS1) are not known in deep subsurface environments. Here, we report the exp...

Effectiveness of pharmaceutical support by pharmacists in urinary care teams.

To facilitate timely removal of urinary catheters and promote self-voiding among inpatients, urinary care teams have been established in some Japanese medical institutions. However, direct evidence of the effectiveness of pharmacist intervention in urinary care teams is limited. We evaluated the efficacy of pharmaceutical support by a pharmacist in a urinary care team. Between September 2017 and August 2018, 84 patients met the criteria for initiating continuous intervention. Patients with (20 cases) and wi...

Linking brain activation to topological organization in the frontal lobe as a synergistic indicator to characterize the difference between various cognitive processes of executive functions.

Executive functions (EFs) associated with the frontal lobe are vital for goal-orientated behavior. To date, limited efforts have been made to examine the relationships among the behavior, brain activation, and topological organization of functional networks in the frontal lobe underlying various EF tasks, including inhibition, working memory, and cognitive flexibility. In this study, functional near-infrared spectroscopy neuroimaging technique was used to systematically inspect the differences in the brain ...

Cost-Effectiveness of the Screening for the Primary Prevention of Fragility Hip Fracture in Spain Using FRAX.

To assess the cost-effectiveness of the primary prevention of fragility hip fractures through opportunistic risk-based screening using FRAX among women aged 70 to 89 years, and the subsequent treatment with alendronate in women at high-risk, from the Spanish national health system perspective. We performed a discrete-event simulation model. Women were categorized in low, intermediate and high-risk of fragility hip fracture through screening based on the FRAX risk assessment tool score (Spanish version). Lo...

RAPIDOMICS: rapid genome-wide sequencing in a neonatal intensive care unit-successes and challenges.

Genetic disorders are one of the leading causes of infant mortality and are frequent in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). Rapid genome-wide sequencing (GWS; whole genome or exome sequencing (ES)), due to its diagnostic capabilities and immediate impacts on medical management, is becoming an appealing testing option in the NICU setting. RAPIDOMICS was a trio-based rapid ES pilot study of 25 babies with suspected genetic disorders in the BC Women's Hospital NICU. ES and bioinformatic analysis were perfor...

Two-dimensional (2D) versus three-dimensional (3D) laparoscopy for vaginal cuff closure by surgeons-in-training: a randomized controlled trial.

Objective evidence is lacking as to the benefit of the addition of 3D vision to conventional laparoscopy in Gynecologic surgery. This study aims to compare 3-D visual system to traditional 2-D laparoscopic visualization for the laparoscopic closure of the vaginal cuff during total laparoscopic hysterectomy by surgeons-in-training [defined as senior OBGYN resident or Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery (MIGS) fellow].

Multidisciplinary consensus statement on the clinical management of patients with stage III non-small cell lung cancer.

Stage III non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is a very heterogeneous disease that encompasses patients with resected, potentially resectable and unresectable tumours. To improve the prognostic capacity of the TNM classification, it has been agreed to divide stage III into sub-stages IIIA, IIIB and IIIC that have very different 5-year survival rates (36, 26 and 13%, respectively). Currently, it is considered that both staging and optimal treatment of stage III NSCLC requires the joint work of a multidiscipli...

The X-CGD PLB-985 Cell Model for NOX2 Structure-Function Analysis.

Structure-function analysis of specific regions of NOX2 can be carried out after stable expression of site-directed mutagenesis-modified NOX2 in the X-CGD PLB-985 cell model. Indeed, the generation of this human cellular model by Prof. MC Dinauer's team gave researchers the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of functional regions of NOX2. With this model cell line, the functional impact of X-CGD or of new mutations in NOX2 can be highlighted, as the biological material is not limited. PLB-985 cells...

Integration of a Palliative Care Specialist in ALS Clinic: Observations from one Center.

Integration of a Palliative Care Specialist in ALS Clinic: Observations from one Center Palliative care specialists can aid in the care of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). In this article, we describe our one-year experience incorporating a palliative care specialist into the ALS multidisciplinary team. We describe our integration model, patient selection, and visit content. Of 500 total clinic patients, 74 (14.8%) were seen by the palliative care specialist in one year. Referral was most ...

Supply chain and logistics competencies in humanitarian aid.

The continuing incidence of disasters and their associated challenges has increased the demand for humanitarian logisticians. However, there is a dearth of research on their essential competencies. This paper proposes, therefore, a humanitarian logistics competency framework (HlCF) to assist with the professional development of humanitarian logisticians. In creating the HlCF, nine competency domains containing 29 specific competencies across four levels (entry to senior management) were identified. This stu...

High-Yield Electrochemical Production of Large-Sized and Thinly Layered NiPS Flakes for Overall Water Splitting.

Achieving large-sized and thinly layered 2D metal phosphorus trichalcogenides with high quality and yield has been an urgent quest due to extraordinary physical/chemical characteristics for multiple applications. Nevertheless, current preparation methodologies suffer from uncontrolled thicknesses, uneven morphologies and area distributions, long processing times, and inferior quality. Here, a sonication-free and fast (in minutes) electrochemical cathodic exfoliation approach is reported that can prepare lar...

HPNA 2019-2022 Research Agenda: Development and Rationale.

Building on the strong work of previous research agendas (2009-2012, 2012-2015, 2015-2018), the Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association Research Advisory Council developed the 2019-2022 Research Agenda in consultation with Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA) membership and assessment of major trends in palliative nursing. The HPNA Research Advisory Council identified 5 priority areas and asked subject experts in each area to summarize the state of the science, identify critical gaps, and prov...

On the ligand-core interaction in ligand-protected gold superatoms. Insights from Au(XR) (X = S, Se, Te) via relativistic DFT calculations.

The stabilization of gold nanoparticles by using thiolate-based ligands is a relevant issue in the design of functional nanostructures. Superatomic clusters, through the prominent Au25(SR)18 aggregate, offer a prototypical template to deepen the understanding of the different behaviors gained by the inclusion of different chalcogen atoms at the ligand layer. Through the study of [Au25(XMe)18]- (X = S, Se and Te), our results revealed that the bonding between the formally [Au13]5+ core and the protecting lay...

Stability Analysis of Bitemarks in Different Conditions of Time and Temperature and Its Reliability as Evidence in Criminal Investigations.

The objective of this study was to evaluate the stability of bite marks in foods in different conditions of time and temperature and their reliability as evidenced in criminal investigations. Sampling came from 20 subjects, who were instructed to bite five pieces of cheese and five pieces of chocolate. Bites were produced by the anterior teeth, from canine to canine, and the volunteers had their dental arches molded to obtain plaster models that were used for later comparison. The samples produced by each p...

Comparison of stress in freshman and senior nursing students.

To compare stress levels in freshman and senior nursing students.

Nursing workload: influence of indirect care interventions.

To evaluate nurses' perception of the degree of interference of indirect care interventions on the team's workload and to verify the association between these interventions and the professional and institutional variables.

The intervention of Occupational Therapy in drug addiction: a case study in the Comunidade Terapêutica Clínica do Outeiro - Portugal.

Therapeutic communities emerged to respond to individuals with substance use disorders. The studies carried out emphasize the importance of the Occupational Therapist in the process of constructing occupational meaning. However, there is a paucity of studies addressing the relevance of this profession in this specific context. To understand the intervention of Occupational Therapy in the Therapeutic Community "Clínica do Outeiro - Portugal", describing the perception of individuals with substance use disor...

The Implementation of Senior Health Care in the Family Health Strategy: The View of Professionals and Managers.

Changes in the demographic profile over recent decades, especially population aging, have implications for Brazilian public policies. This study aims to analyze how family health strategy teams implement and carry out care for the elderly in a Brazilian municipality. The qualitative field research was conducted by collecting data through semistructured interviews using Minayo as a point of reference and employing thematic content analysis. One observation was that the National Health Policy for Elderly Peop...

Health education: learning from professional practice.

This study characterizes the Medicine and Nursing students' learning from their integration into professional practice during the initial series of the courses. This is a documentary research with a qualitative approach, conducted through the analysis of 21 portfolios written by Medicine and Nursing freshmen and sophomores in 2015 and 2016. These students are from a Higher Education Institution of the inland of São Paulo, which uses active learning methods and integrates students into primary care scenario...

An Argument Against Extraction as a Treatment Alternative for Restorable Teeth.

Extraction is commonly presented as a treatment alternative for restorable teeth, and patients are biased to choose it for a variety of reasons. However, without subsequent rehabilitation, patients' health, function, and esthetics could be compromised. This article explores problematic outcomes where extraction was offered as a treatment option when teeth were restorable; a case report example demonstrates this issue. The case involved a patient who was diagnosed with moderate to severe periodontitis and ha...

Expansion and Contraction of the Umbrella Cell Apical Junctional Ring in Response to Bladder Filling and Voiding.

The epithelial junctional complex, comprised of tight junctions, adherens junctions, desmosomes, and an associated actomyosin cytoskeleton form the apical junctional ring (AJR), which must maintain its continuity in the face of external mechanical forces that accompany normal physiological functions. The AJR of umbrella cells, which line the luminal surface of the bladder, expands during bladder filling and contracts upon voiding; however, the mechanisms that drive these events are unknown. Using native umb...


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