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Validation of classic and expanded criteria for endoscopic submucosal dissection of early gastric cancer: 7 years of experience in a Western tertiary cancer center.

Our aim was to evaluate the Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society criteria for endoscopic submucosal resection of early gastric cancer (EGC) based on the experience in a Brazilian cancer center.

Center of pressure-based balance evaluation in individuals with Parkinson's disease: a reliability study.

The purpose of this study was to assess the test-retest reliability of different balance task outcomes, based on center of pressure (COP) measures in individuals with Parkinson's disease.

Applicability of carotid artery stenting for patients 80 years or older: a single-center experience.

A meta-analysis found that for internal carotid artery stenosis procedures in elderly patient, the risk of perioperative stroke is significantly higher for carotid artery stenting (CAS) than for carotid endarterectomy (CEA). We retrospectively examined characteristics and perioperative results of CAS for 80 years and over at a single medical center.

Effects of Center Metals in Porphines on Nanomechanical Gas Sensing.

Porphyrin is one of the most promising materials for realizing a practical artificial olfactory sensor system. In this study, we focus on non-substituted porphyrins—porphines—as receptor materials of nanomechanical membrane-type surface stress sensors (MSS) to investigate the effect of center metals on gas sensing. By omitting the substituents on the tetrapyrrole macrocycle of porphyrin, the peripheral interference by substituents can be avoided. Zinc, nickel, and iron were chosen for the center...

Implementing an early childhood oral health program in a federally qualified health center in North Carolina.

To examine the Baby Oral Health Program's (bOHP) influence on dental visits for children 0 to 3 years and overall dental visits in four federally qualified health center (FQHC) clinics.

Per-oral Pyloromyotomy (POP) for Medically Refractory Gastroparesis: Short Term Results From the First 100 Patients at a High Volume Center.

For patients with gastroparesis, temporary pyloric disruption has been shown to improve symptoms and gastric emptying. Per-oral pyloromyotomy (POP) is an innovative endoscopic procedure to divide the pylorus from within a submucosal tunnel, as a corollary to surgical pyloromyotomy. Here we evaluate subjective and objective outcomes 12-weeks after POP at a high volume center.

Type of underwear worn and markers of testicular function among men attending a fertility center.

Is self-reported type of underwear worn associated with markers of testicular function among men at a fertility center?

The Changes of Trends in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcer over a 10-Year Period: Single Center Study.

This study aims to describe the trends in the severity and treatment modality of patients with diabetic foot ulcer (DFU) at a single tertiary referral center in Korea over the last 10 years and compare the outcomes before and after the introduction of a multidisciplinary diabetic foot team.

Meal Planning Program to Reduce Barriers and Improve Diet Quality in Worksite Wellness Center Members.

Many adults struggle with eating healthfully. To address this problem, dietitians and a physician at a worksite wellness center designed and implemented a healthy eating program to identify and reduce barriers and to improve nutrition knowledge, confidence, and eating habits.

Using Rapid Cycle Improvement (Plan, Do, Study, Act) to Design a Scalable Appointment Scheduling System for Complex Oncology Clinical Trials at an Academic Cancer Center.

This study's purpose was to optimize the efficiency of and to design a scalable research scheduling team to meet the growing demands of an academic cancer center with increasing clinical trial accruals.

Reply to the Letter re "Center effect on posttransplant survival among currently active United States pediatric heart transplant centers".

We read with interest the letter to the editors by Drs. Kirk and Dipchand regarding our manuscript "Center effect on posttransplant survival among currently active United States pediatric heart transplant centers" in the American Journal of Transplantation . The letter asserts that center transplant volume has a much larger effect on wait-list mortality which our study failed to analyze or discuss. Although the cited reference by Rana et al lacked analysis regarding the relative role of poor center performa...

Experience With Vismodegib in the Treatment of Advanced Basal Cell Carcinoma at a Cancer Center.

Vismodegib is the first selective Hedgehog inhibitor approved for the treatment of locally advanced and metastatic basal cell carcinoma (BCC). In this article, we describe our experience with the use of this drug to treat advanced and/or multiple BCCs at a cancer center over 5 years.

Effects of noradrenergic and serotonergic systems on risk-based decision-making and center arena activity in open field in rats.

Center arena activity in open field (OF) test is associated with risk-taking behaviors. Noradrenaline and serotonin (5-HT) are neurotransmitters involved in both center arena activity and risk-based decision-making. However, the effects of noradrenergic/serotonergic systems on risk-based decision-making in rats with different center arena activity levels have not been clearly characterized. In this study, we explored the effects of the noradrenergic and serotonergic systems on risk-based decision-making in ...

Multi-center evaluation of GenoType MTBDRsl line probe assay for rapid detection of pre-XDR and XDR Mycobacterium tuberculosis in China.

The implementation of rapid and reliable drug susceptibilities diagnosis is fundamental for effective treatment of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis(MDR-TB). The present study aimed to assess the diagnostic performance of the 2-version GenoType MTBDRsl kit as well as the impact of its implementation on the turnaround time in a multi-center Chinese study.

Does hip center location affect the recovery of abductor moment after total hip arthroplasty?

In total hip arthroplasty (THA), placing the cup in an anatomic position is not always possible in case of deformities related to developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH). Thus far, the influence of a hip center on the abductor moment after THA has not been clearly elucidated. Therefore, we performed a retrospective study to assess (1) how abductor muscle moment recovers postoperatively in THA and (2) whether acetabular cup position affects the recovery of abductor moment.

The Bolton Treo endograft: Single-Center preliminary experience.

Endovascular repair is currently the most frequently used treatment of abdominal aortic aneurysms, but its feasibility and success highly depend on the characteristics and the correct choice of the endograft to employ. Bolton Treo is one of the most popular endograft among those of newer generation that have been launched in the past few years, and this study aims to analyze the preliminary outcomes (8 months in average) of a single-center experience with this device.

Increasing temperature seasonality may overwhelm shifts in soil moisture to favor shrub over grass dominance in Colorado Plateau drylands.

Ecosystems in the southwestern U.S. are predicted to experience continued warming and drying trends of the early twenty-first century. Climate change can shift the balance between grass and woody plant abundance in these water-limited systems, which has large implications for biodiversity and ecosystem processes. However, variability in topo-edaphic conditions, notably soil texture and depth, confound efforts to quantify specific climatic controls over grass vs. shrub dominance. Here, we utilized weather re...

Theoretical investigation of the electron transfer dynamics and photodegradation pathways in a hydrogen-evolving ruthenium-palladium photocatalyst.

Time-dependent density functional theory calculations combined with the Marcus theory of electron transfer (ET) were applied on the molecular photocatalyst [(tbbpy)2Ru(tpphz)PdCl2]2+ in order to elucidate the light-induced relaxation pathways populated upon excitation in the longer wavelength range of its absorption spectrum. The computational results show that after the initial excitation, metal (Ru) to ligand (tpphz) charge transfer (MLCT) triplet states are energetically accessible, but that an ET toward...

Deep learning-based preoperative predictive analytics for patient-reported outcomes following lumbar diskectomy: Feasibility of center-specific modelling.

There is considerable variability in patient-reported outcome measures (PROM) following surgery for lumbar disk herniation (LDH). Individualized prediction tools that are derived from center- or even surgeon-specific data could provide valuable insights for shared decision-making.

Effectiveness of Canakinumab in Colchicine- and Anakinra-Resistant or -Intolerant Adult Familial Mediterranean Fever Patients: A Single-Center Real-Life Study.

We aimed to present our single-center real-life experience of canakinumab use in adult patients with familial Mediterranean fever (FMF).

Experience of a Tertiary-Level Urology Center in the Clinical Urological Events of Rare and Very Rare Incidence. VI. Unusual Events in Urolithiasis: 1. Long-Standing Urethral Stones without Underlying Anatomical Abnormalities in Male Children.

The study aimed to present our center's experience with long-standing urethral stones in male children with normal urethra.

Change from health center to family physician period in the Turkish health system: A qualitative study.

Health care reforms in Turkey have been implemented resolutely in the last 12 years. The shift from health center (HC) to a family physician (FP) approach is 1 of the basic interventions of these reforms. The goal of the current study is to evaluate opinions of patients, health care workers, and managers, using qualitative methods.

The ebb and flow of neurosurgery in a re-emerging sub-Saharan center. Lessons from consecutive 1025 operated cases and progress models . A prospective observational cohort study.

Evolution of neurosurgery in our center is defined by 2 active phases separated by a decade long latent phase. Our study evaluates our experience in the renaissance phase using a; window of 1025 operated cases. We intend to identify paradigms that predict progress under; existing practice conditions.

Employee Perceptions of Safety, Health, and Well-Being: Focus Group Findings from one Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Focus groups were conducted at one VA medical center to understand (1) how the work environment and conditions of work influence employee safety, health, and well-being; (2) what programs, policies, and practices promote and protect employee safety and health in VA; and (3) how employee safety, health, and well-being impacts the organizational mission.

An introduced plant affects aquatic-derived carbon in the diets of riparian birds.

Non-native plants can impact riparian ecosystem function through diverse terrestrial and aquatic pathways, with cascading effects on food webs. Invasion-mediated vegetation changes can depress terrestrial arthropod communities and alter arthropod flux across the aquatic-terrestrial interface. We investigated the effects of a non-native woody plant, Robinia neomexicana, on insect contributions to riparian songbird diets. This plant was introduced over 100 years ago to the Clear Creek drainage in northwestern...

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