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Foot pressure analysis using the emed in typically developing children and adolescents: A summary of current techniques and typically developing cohort data for comparison with pathology.

Foot pressure analysis is a valuable tool that can be used to quantify foot function in children. For researchers and clinicians who use foot pressure analysis, data from a typically developing population is used for comparison with subjects that have musculoskeletal conditions. However, differences between foot pressure data collection technology, data collection procedures and post-processing techniques make comparisons between devices, as well as direct comparisons of pediatric foot pressure data, diffic...


Obtaining High-Quality Blood Specimens for Downstream Applications: A Review of Current Knowledge and Best Practices.

Blood is a biological fluid that contains multiple blood fraction and cellular components. High-quality blood specimens are essential prerequisites for various downstream applications such as molecular epidemiology studies, genomics, and proteomics studies. Currently, protocols and research publications concerning the collection, handling, preservation, and stability of blood or blood fractions are constantly emerging. Moreover, standardized guidelines are a requirement for biorepositories to tightly contro...

Evaluation of Specimen Types for Pima CD4 Point-of-Care Testing: Advantages of Fingerstick Blood Collection into an EDTA Microtube.

Effective point-of-care testing (POCT) is reliant on optimal specimen collection, quality assured testing, and expedited return of results. Many of the POCT are designed to be used with fingerstick capillary blood to simplify the blood collection burden. However, fingerstick blood collection has inherent errors in sampling. An evaluation of the use of capillary and venous blood with CD4 POCT was conducted.


Is a discard tube necessary, when drawing blood for P-Ionized calcium analysis?

Deviation in blood collection procedures is a central source of preanalytical variation affecting overall analytical and diagnostic precision. The procedure of venous blood collection for ionized calcium is hypothesized to affect analytical results. Here, we evaluate the effect of blood collection with and without a discard tube, and storage duration on results of P-Ionized Calcium (pH adjusted = 7.4).

Wearable Health Devices-Vital Sign Monitoring, Systems and Technologies.

Wearable Health Devices (WHDs) are increasingly helping people to better monitor their health status both at an activity/fitness level for self-health tracking and at a medical level providing more data to clinicians with a potential for earlier diagnostic and guidance of treatment. The technology revolution in the miniaturization of electronic devices is enabling to design more reliable and adaptable wearables, contributing for a world-wide change in the health monitoring approach. In this paper we review ...

General Component Analysis (GCA): A new approach to identify Chinese corporate bond market structures.

PCA has been widely used in many fields to detect dominant principle components, but it ignores the information embedded in the remaining components. As a supplement to PCA, we propose the General Component Analysis (GCA). The inverse participation ratios (IPRs) are used to identify the global components (GCs) and localized components (LCs). The mean values of the IPRs derived from the shuffled data are taken as the natural threshold, which is exquisite and novel. In this paper, the Chinese corporate bond m...

Rapid, Safe, and Simple Manual Bedside Nucleic Acid Extraction for the Detection of Virus in Whole Blood Samples.

The rapid diagnosis of an infection is essential for the outbreak management, risk containment, and patient care. We have previously shown a method for the rapid bedside inactivation of the Ebola virus during blood sampling for safe nucleic acid (NA) tests by adding a commercial lysis/binding buffer directly into the vacuum blood collection tubes. Using this bedside inactivation approach, we have developed a safe, rapid, and simplified bedside NA extraction method for the subsequent detection of a virus in ...

The effect of blood sampling and preanalytical processing on human N-glycome.

Glycome modulations have been described in the onset and progression of many diseases. Thus, many studies have proposed glycans from blood glycoproteins as disease markers. Astonishingly, little effort has been given unraveling preanalytical conditions potentially influencing glycan analysis prior to blood biomarker studies. In this work, we evaluate for the first time the effect of hemolysis, storage and blood collection, but also influence of various times and temperatures between individual processing st...

Effects of collection and processing procedures on plasma circulating cell-free DNA from cancer patients.

Circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) offers new opportunities for non-invasive cancer management. Detecting ctDNA in plasma is challenging since it constitutes only a minor fraction of the total cell-free DNA (cfDNA). Pre-analytical factors affect cfDNA levels contributed from leukocyte lysis, hence the ability to detect low-frequency mutant alleles. This study investigates the effects of the i) delay in processing, ii) storage temperatures, iii) different blood collection tubes, iv) centrifugation protocols, and ...

Management of pancreatitis and pancreatic: fluid collections.

Acute pancreatitis is a constant management challenge, especially with peripancreatic collection that are one of the most common complications; after the first surgical attempts that had high mortality, there had to be a new approach based in decades of acquired knowledge in physiopathology added to the development of endoscopic intervention techniques and the evolution of endoscopic devices help to establish less invasive and conservative management. This review allows us to know the last advances in the m...

Clogging-free continuous operation with whole blood in a radial pillar device (RAPID).

Pillar-based passive microfluidic devices combine the advantages of simple designs, small device footprint, and high selectivity for size-based separation of blood cells. Most of these device designs have been validated with dilute blood samples. Handling whole blood in pillar-based devices is extremely challenging due to clogging. The high proportion of cells (particularly red blood cells) in blood, the varying sizes and stiffness of the different blood cells, and the tendency of the cells to aggregate lea...

Development and validation of an assay for quantifying budesonide in dried blood spots collected from extremely low gestational age neonates.

Budesonide is a potential therapeutic option for the prevention of bronchopulmonary dysplasia in mechanically ventilated premature neonates. The dose and concentrations of budesonide that drive effective prophylaxis are unknown, due in part to the difficulty in obtaining serial blood samples from this fragile population. Of primary concern is the limited total blood volume available for collection for the purposes of a pharmacokinetic study. Dried blood spots (DBS), which require the collection of

Use of molecular data in zoo and aquarium collection management: Benefits, challenges, and best practices.

The global zoo and aquarium community widely recognizes that its animal collections and cooperative breeding programs are facing a sustainability crisis. It has become commonly accepted that numerous priority species cannot be maintained unless new management strategies are adopted. While molecular data have the potential to greatly improve management across a range of scenarios, they have been generally underutilized by the zoo and aquarium community. This failure to effectively apply molecular data to col...

An update on intrasaccular flow disruption for the treatment of intracranial aneurysms.

Intrasaccular flow disruption is an innovative technique for the endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms. Among flow disrupting devices, the Woven EndoBridge (WEB) is currently the only flow disrupter on the market and has seen an extensive scientific evaluation. It was shown that the device provides a safe and effective treatment particularly for wide-neck aneurysms of proximal bifurcations. Areas covered: We describe the principal concept and the technical evolution of intrasaccular flow disrupti...

Placing meta-stable states of consciousness within the predictive coding hierarchy: The deceleration of the accelerated prediction error.

While many studies have linked prediction errors and event related potentials at a single processing level, few consider how these responses interact across levels. In response, we present a factorial analysis of a multi-level oddball task - the local-global task - and we explore it when participants are sedated versus recovered. We found that the local and global levels in fact interact. This is of considerable current interest, since it has recently been argued that the MEEG response evoked by the global ...

Antioxidant properties of citric acid interfere with the uricase-based measurement of circulating uric acid.

Circulating uric acid (UA) is an important biomarker, not only in the detection and management of gout, but also in assessing the risk of related comorbidity. The impact of collection methods on clinical UA measurements has been the subject of limited study. After observing significant differences between UA concentrations of blood samples obtained by different collection tubes, we began examining the effects of exogenous tube components on measured UA concentrations. We aimed to: (1) demonstrate the variab...

Performance and variability of QuantiFERON Gold Plus assay associated with phlebotomy type.

QuantiFERON Gold Plus (Plus) assay has two approved methods for blood collection: direct in-tube (Plus direct) or the transfer of blood from a lithium heparin tube (Plus transfer). Currently, there is little data comparing the results of Plus and the QuantiFERON Gold In-Tube (Gold) based on blood collection.

The influence of EDTA Vacutainer blood collection tube on the level of blood interleukin-1 receptor antagonist.

The use of anticoagulants may influence the composition of blood cells and interfere with plasma levels of IL-1ra when unprocessed EDTA blood samples are stored for long periods of time.

Patch Pumps for Insulin.

Newly developed patch pumps are starting to occupy a noticeable fraction of the insulin delivery market. New entrants, using novel technologies, promise accurate, flexible insulin delivery at lower costs. In the section, we review the currently available devices, discuss some of the devices on the horizon, and speculate about some fascinating new approaches. In this first article, we provide an overview of the simplified devices-V-Go, PAQ, and One Touch Via-and of the more complex devices-Omnipod, Cellnovo,...

Assessing effects of different processing procedures on the yield of Treponema pallidum DNA from blood.

In this work, we employed real-time PCR analysis targeting tp0574 to investigate the effects of different processing procedures on the yield of T. pallidum DNA from blood to improve assay sensitivity. The T. pallidum DNA yields following red blood cell lysis pretreatment were 40.4 times greater from whole blood and 32.4 times greater from residual hematocytes than yields without pretreatment. For the simulated whole-blood experiments, the T. pallidum DNA yields from the lower layer were 2.8, 4.6, 7.3, 12.6,...

Development and validation of a volumetric absorptive microsampling assay for analysis of voriconazole and voriconazole N-oxide in human whole blood.

Voriconazole is a broad-spectrum antifungal triazole drug for the treatment of invasive fungal infections. It is extensively metabolized by hepatic drug metabolizing enzymes cytochrome (CYP) 2C19 and CYP3A4. Selective inhibition of intestinal CYP3A4 by grapefruit juice may increase the oral bioavailability of voriconazole in children. To test this hypothesis it is necessary to develop a sensitive assay for measuring voriconazole and its major metabolites in a small volume of blood. Mitra® devices from Neot...

Collection, cryostorage, transplantation and disposal of hematopoietic stem cell products.

Many transplant centers routinely collect one or more autologous peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) grafts in patients with hemato-oncological and autoimmune disorders. However, subsequent high-dose chemotherapy (HD-CHT) and autologous blood stem cell transplantation (ABSCT) are often not performed for a variety of reasons. Currently, little is known about the actual utilization rate of the stored PBSCs. We retrospectively analyzed the collection, storage and disposal practices of PBSC products from a large ...

Analysis of global stock index data during crisis period via complex network approach.

Considerable research has been done on the complex stock market, however, there is very little systematic work on the impact of crisis on global stock markets. For filling in these gaps, we propose a complex network method, which analyzes the effects of the 2008 global financial crisis on global main stock index from 2005 to 2010. Firstly, we construct three weighted networks. The physics-derived technique of minimum spanning tree is utilized to investigate the networks of three stages. Regional clustering ...

An update on the GLOB blood group system (and former GLOB collection).

The main change that has occurred in the GLOB blood group system since the GLOB review published in this journal in 2013 is the addition of an antigen. The high-prevalence PX2 antigen, originally recognized as the x2 glycosphingolipid, is expressed on red blood cells of most individuals and is elevated in the rare PP1Pk-negative p blood group phenotype. P synthase, encoded by B3GALNT1, was found to elongate paragloboside to PX2 by adding the terminal β3GalNAc moiety. Hence, PX2 was moved from the GLOB coll...

A data article on E-supply chain benefits from supplier׳s perspective.

This data article provides numeric values about one of the most important sectors in Dubai, Dubai Central Fruit and Vegetable Market (DCM), which attracted world attention through its solid infrastructure and outstanding business environment. The dataset has been collected using a questionnaire obtained from the operational managers in the selected market, and several ethical considerations during the data collection process have been applied to assure the quality and credibility of the obtained data. A str...


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