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The Evaluation of Strength, Flexibility, and Functional Performance in the Adolescent Ballet Dancer During Intensive Dance Training.

Adolescent ballet dancers have a higher incidence of injury than adult professional dancers. It is unclear which factors, including biomechanical changes related to intense dance training and/or the growth process itself, contribute to increased injury risk in this population.


Effects of Maternal Singing Style on Mother-Infant Arousal and Behavior.

Mothers around the world sing to infants, presumably to regulate their mood and arousal. Lullabies and playsongs differ stylistically and have distinctive goals. Mothers sing lullabies to soothe and calm infants and playsongs to engage and excite infants. In this study, mothers repeatedly sang Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star to their infants ( n = 30 dyads), alternating between soothing and playful renditions. Infant attention and mother-infant arousal (i.e., skin conductivity) were recorded continuously. Dur...

Near infrared spectroscopy enables quantitative evaluation of human cartilage biomechanical properties during arthroscopy.

To investigate the feasibility of near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy for evaluation of human articular cartilage biomechanical properties during arthroscopy.


Correlations between patient-perceived outcome and objectively-measured biomechanical change following Total Knee Replacement.

Total Knee Replacement (TKR) surgery is being utilised in a younger, more active population with greater functional expectations. Understanding whether patient-perceived measures of function reflect objective biomechanical measures is critical in understanding whether functional limitations can be adequately captured within a clinical setting.

Increased Sensorimotor Cortex Activation With Decreased Motor Performance During Functional Upper Extremity Tasks Poststroke.

Current literature has focused on identifying neuroplastic changes associated with stroke through tasks and in positions that are not representative of functional rehabilitation. Emerging technologies such as functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) provide new methods of expanding the area of neuroplasticity within rehabilitation. This study determined the differences in sensorimotor cortex activation during unrestrained reaching and gripping after stroke.

In Vitro Biomechanical Validation of a Self-Adaptive Ratchet Growing Rod Construct for Fusionless Scoliosis Correction.

In vitro biomechanical evaluation of a novel self-adaptive unidirectional ratchet growing rod (RGR) system.

Functional echocardiography training in the neonatal intensive care unit: comparing measurements and results with the pediatric cardiologist.

Functional echocardiography is a valuable tool in the neonatal intensive care unit, but training programs are not standardized. The aim was to report an functional echocardiography training program for neonatologists and to describe the agreement of their measurements with the pediatric cardiologist.

Evaluation of Rh-Hemolytic Disease in Neonates and Management with Early Intensive Phototherapy in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

In neonates with Rh-hemolytic disease, light emitting diode (LED) phototherapy allows delivery of high spectral irradiance (SI). A linear correlation exists between SI and efficacy of phototherapy with no saturation point. There is scant data on evaluation and early phototherapy using LED units in Rh-hemolytic disease.

Clinical and Functional Evaluation of Ocular Inflammatory Disease Using the Model of Experimental Autoimmune Uveitis.

Non-infections uveitis in humans is an autoimmune disease of the retina and uvea that can be blinding if untreated. Its laboratory equivalent is experimental autoimmune uveitis (EAU) induced in susceptible rodents by immunization with retinal antigens and described elsewhere in this series (Agarwal et al., Methods Mol Biol, 900:443-469, 2012). Evaluation and quantitation of the disease is usually performed by fundus examination and/or histopathology, which provide limited information on structural and no in...

Evaluation of a flow cytometer-based functional assay using platelet-rich plasma in the diagnosis of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia.

Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) is caused by platelet-activating antibodies that recognize platelet factor 4/heparin (PF4/hep)-complexes. The in vitro demonstration of PF4/hep antibodies using functional assays is essential for an optimal management of patients suspected to have HIT. However, conventional functional assays are technically challenging and limited to specialized laboratories. In contrast, flow cytometers are commonly used in routine laboratories. The aim of this study is to investigate...

Titrating the neuroplastic effects of cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) over the primary motor cortex.

Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) non-invasively induces polarity-dependent excitability alterations in the human motor cortex lasting for more than an hour after stimulation. Clinical applications with encouraging results have been reported in several pilot studies, but the optimal stimulation protocols remain to be determined. This is also important because the efficacy and directionality of tDCS effects follow non-linear rules regarding neuroplastic effects for the stimulation parameters dur...

Biomechanical and functional properties of trophoblast cells exposed to Group B Streptococcus in vitro and the beneficial effects of uvaol treatment.

Group B streptococcus (GBS) is the main bacteria that infects pregnant women and can cause abortion and chorioamnionitis. The impact of GBS effects on human trophoblast cells remains largely elusive, and actions toward anti-inflammatory strategies in pregnancy are needed. A potent anti-inflammatory molecule, uvaol is a triterpene from olive oil and its functions in trophoblasts are unknown. We aimed to analyze biomechanical and functional effects of inactivated GBS in trophoblast cells, with the addition of...

Regional changes in the elastic properties of myopic Guinea pig sclera.

Biomechanical changes in the sclera likely underlie the excessive eye elongation of axial myopia. We studied the biomechanical characteristics of myopic sclera at the microscopic level using scanning acoustic microscopy (SAM) with 7-μm in-plane resolution. Guinea pigs underwent form-deprivation (FD) in one eye from 4 to 12 days of age to induce myopia, and 12-μm-thick scleral cryosections were scanned using a custom-made SAM. Two-dimensional maps of the bulk modulus (K) and mass density (ρ) were derived ...

Inferior vena cava evaluation in fluid therapy decision making in intensive care: practical implications.

The fluid resuscitation of patients with acute circulatory failure aims to increase systolic volume and consequently improve cardiac output for better tissue oxygenation. However, this effect does not always occur because approximately half of patients do not respond to fluids. The evaluation of fluid responsiveness before their administration may help to identify patients who would benefit from fluid resuscitation and avoid the risk of fluid overload in the others. The dynamic parameters of fluid responsiv...

Corneal Biomechanical Evaluation After Conventional Corneal Crosslinking With Oxygen Enrichment.

To assess corneal biomechanical changes after conventional corneal crosslinking (CXL), with and without oxygen enrichment.

Mechanical behavior of conceptual posterior dental crowns with functional elasticity gradient.

To evaluate the biomechanical behavior of monolithic ceramic crowns with functional elasticity gradient.

Biomechanical Evaluation of Spring Ligament Augmentation With the FiberTape Device in a Cadaveric Flatfoot Model.

The structural importance of the spring ligament complex in arch stability has been described. Furthermore, the pathology of this complex is often noted in patients with posterior tibial tendon dysfunction. The purpose of this biomechanical study was to evaluate spring ligament repair alone versus augmentation with the FiberTape device in a cadaveric flatfoot model.

Qualitative subjective assessment of a high-resolution database in a paediatric intensive care unit-Elaborating the perpetual patient's ID card.

The main purpose of our study was to subjectively assess the quality of a paediatric intensive care unit (PICU) database according to the Directory of Clinical Databases (DoCDat) criteria.

Correlation of Thyroid Hormone Profile with the Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II Score as a Prognostic Marker in Patients with Sepsis in the Intensive Care Unit.

Thyroid hormones regulate metabolism and homeostasis, and variations in thyroid hormone levels are common in chronically ill patients. Thyroid dysfunction, especially in critically ill patients admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU), is associated with adverse outcomes. This study was conducted to find a correlation between thyroid profile and sepsis and associate it with the acute physiology and chronic health evaluation II (APACHE II) score.

Biomechanical Evaluation of Mandibular Condyle Fracture Osteosynthesis Using the Rhombic Three-Dimensional Condylar Fracture Plate.

The aim of the present study was to evaluate the biomechanical stability of osteosynthesis in mandibular condyle fractures using a newly designed rhombic 3-dimensional (3D) condylar fracture plate and compare it with that using standard two 4-hole miniplates and in nonfractured condyles.

Bloating and Abdominal Distension: Clinical Approach and Management.

Functional abdominal bloating and distension (FABD) are common gastrointestinal complaints, encountered on a daily basis by gastroenterologists and healthcare providers. Functional abdominal bloating is a subjective sensation that is commonly associated with an objective abdominal distension. FABD may be diagnosed as a single entity (the sole or cardinal complaint) or may overlap with other functional gastrointestinal disorders such as functional constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, and functional dyspep...

Does Lumbar Interbody Cage Size Influence Subsidence? A Biomechanical Study.

An experimental laboratory-based biomechanical study.

Evaluation of individual plaque risk based on plaque anatomic and biomechanical characteristics: methodologies and clinical applications are approaching an inflection point.

An Evaluation of Risk Factors for Extubation Failure in Surgical Patients in Intensive Care.

Reintubations following extubation from mechanical ventilation are costly, resulting in increased morbidity and mortality. The preparation for and timing of extubation from mechanical ventilation can reduce unplanned reintubations. Few studies have investigated reintubation in the surgical intensive care unit (SICU) population.

Impact of Functional Capacity Evaluation on Patient-Reported Functional Ability: An Exploratory Diagnostic Before-After Study.

Introduction Work capacity in patients with orthopedic trauma and long-lasting inactivity is significantly reduced. Functional capacity evaluation (FCE) is a diagnostic approach for developing recommendations for a return to work and further occupational rehabilitation when the ability to carry out previous job demands is uncertain. However, FCE may also have direct effects on the patients' appraisal of their functional ability. Our study therefore evaluated the change in patient-reported functional ability...


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