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The , from the Late Middle Ages, has been revitalized and adapted for the 21st century. This paper examines how the model has been utilized by contemporary authors and how current memoirs on death and dying may function for clinical skill development.
Toilet training is a significant developmental milestone in early childhood. Most U.S. children achieve the physiologic, cognitive, and emotional development necessary for toilet training by 18 to 30 months of age. Markers of readiness for toilet training include being able to walk, put on and remove clothing, and follow parental instruction; expressive language; awareness of a full bladder or rectum; and demonstrated dissatisfaction with a soiled diaper. Other readiness cues include imitating toileting beh...
This study assessed the prevalence of wrongly diagnosed non-febrile urinary tract infections in patients who had not been toilet trained and presented with with poor feeding and, or, failure to thrive. The diagnostic value of these signs in predicting non-febrile UTIs was also explored.
1/2019 we presented an update of the AWMF guideline 'urinary incontinence in frail elderly - diagnostics and therapy. Since its introduction in 2015 the guideline has been under a continuous revision process by the working group 'Incontinence' of the German Society for Geriatrics (DGG). From this guideline which is accredited as an official guideline of the DGG we present here the chapter about 'behavioral therapy', 'toilet training' and 'physiotherapy'.
BACKGROUND Breast cancer is still the most common malignancy in women. Though management of local disease has been thoroughly studied, management of metastatic breast cancer (MBC) is still under much debate. Modern diagnostic tools allow the detection of early metastatic disease, which may be more responsive to treatment than late metastatic disease. Source control of MBC by "toilet mastectomy" is being studied in many case reports and studies. CASE REPORT We present the case of a 43-year-old woman presenti...
Two-dimensional (2D) metallic transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) exhibit fascinating quantum effects, such as charge-density-wave (CDW) and weak antilocalization (WAL) effect. Herein, low temperature synthesis of 1T phase VSesingle crystals with thickness ranging from 3 to 41 nm by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is reported. The VSeshows a decreasing phase transition temperature of the CDW when the thickness is decreased. Moreover, low-temperature magnetotransport measurements demonstrate a positive a...
Seawater can be directly used for toilet flushing in coastal areas to reduce our dependence on desalination and freshwater resources. The presence of high-salt content in the generated wastewater from seawater toilet flushing could limit the performance of conventional biological nitrogen removal processes. Anaerobic ammonium oxidation (anammox) process is regarded as one of the most energy-efficient process for nitrogen removal from N-rich waste streams. In this study, we demonstrated the application of a ...
The article presents the course of life and various activities of S. I. Mitskevich, public physician, participant of revolutionary movement, Soviet health care professional. He was author of "The Memoirs of Public Physician"/ Не also studied psychoneurosis in the Trans-Polar Lands and founded leprosy and municipal hospital in the city of Sredne-Kolymsk.
Numerous products, such as moist wipes, are marketed worldwide as "flushable." Recent studies indicate that wipes cause operational problems (e.g., pipe blockages) in sewer systems. This study investigates potential reasons for why wipes are problematic in sewer operations. Physical characteristics, fiber compositions, and tensile properties of non-flushable wipes, flushable wipes, and toilet papers (TPs) were assessed. Flushables, non-flushables, and TPs, respectively, had sheet masses of 1.5, 1.5, 0.5 g...
Source separation of urine can enable nutrient recycling, facilitate wastewater management and conserve water. Without stabilization of the urine, urea is quickly hydrolyzed into ammonia and (bi)carbonate, causing nutrient losses, clogging of collection systems, ammonia volatilization and odor nuisance. In this study, electrochemically induced precipitation and stabilization of fresh urine was successfully demonstrated. By recirculating the urine over the cathodic compartment of an electrochemical cell, the...
First-time parents often turn to friends and family for advice regarding feeding, sleeping, bathing, diapering and toilet training, and childhood illnesses. Unfortunately, parents may at times be given incorrect and potentially dangerous advice as several widely embraced parenting practices are no longer deemed appropriate. In addition, young children are cared for by family and friends - many of whom are older and may still subscribe to outdated parenting practices.Parents and grandparents are not the only...
There is a growing appreciation of the importance of determining chemical exposure levels in early childhood, as well as in embryonic and foetal life, which are now widely believed to be essential for gaining insight into potential health risks associated with these chemicals. To facilitate the assessment of exposure to neonicotinoid insecticides (NEOs) in non-toilet-trained children, a new method using disposable diapers (nappies) was developed for the simultaneous determination of the NEOs acetamiprid and...
To systematically review the available literature concerning complications due to electromyography (EMG) as well as review those associated with nerve conduction studies (NCS).
We report an unusual case of a 65-year-old male patient with horseshoe kidney, who underwent a successful open repair for abdominal aortic aneurysm. The accessory renal arteries were perfused with histidine-tryptophan-ketoglutarate (HTK) solution (Custodiol®; Dr. Franz-Kohler Chemie GmbH, Bensheim, Germany) during the vascular reconstruction. There were no creatinine and eGFR modifications in the postoperative time. In the literature, only two cases of Custodiol solution for kidney protection during aortic...
Nocardia bacteremia is a rare but severe disease associated with high mortality. This systematic review is the largest and most comprehensive review performed over the past 20 years.
To identify and analyze the concepts of realist review and the recommended methodology for its development in the health area.
Peer review to allocate funding for researchers and projects has faced difficulties lately and come under criticism. Various alternatives and improvements are being tested to address these problems.
Curriculum review and enhancement is a requirement of accredited veterinary medicine degree programs to ensure they are fit for purpose. This article presents a curriculum review process undertaken by the School of Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin, Ireland. A four-dimensional curriculum review conceptual framework was adopted to analyze the undergraduate and graduate entry veterinary medicine programs. Curriculum mapping was chosen as the methodology to gather data and structure curriculum rev...
To perform a comprehensive review of dermis fat graft (DFG) in socket reconstruction and illustrate the technical nuances and outcomes using a retrospective case review.
Providing proper medical care under the laws of racial segregation in South Africa in the 1930s and 1940s involved facing medical and ethical problems. The physician, especially in rural areas, had to take care of a myriad of populations: poor "black" tribal people with little or no education, farmers in remote farms and affluent and better educated "Europeans", without an infrastructure of hospitals and even pharmacies. The lone physician had to make medical decisions on the spot, without being able to con...