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Characteristics of Occupational Injuries in a Pharmaceutical Company in Iran.

To prioritize occupational hazards in a Pharmaceutical Company in Iran using the analytical hierarchy process (AHP).

A Man (or a Woman) is Known by the Company He/She Keeps.

Notes from the Field: Lead Exposures Among Employees at a Bullet Manufacturing Company - Missouri, 2017.

Significant Decreasing Trend in Low Back Injuries in a Beverage Company.

Work-related injuries in the U.S. have steadily declined over the past three decades.

An Inverse Problem: Trappers Drove Hares to Eat Lynx.

The Canadian lynx and snowshoe hare pelt data by the Hudson Bay Company did not fit the classical predator-prey theory. Rather than following the peak density of the hare, that of the lynx leads it, creating the hares-eat-lynx (HEL) paradox. Although trappers were suspected to play a role, no mathematical model has ever demonstrated the HEL effect. Here we show that the long-held assumption that the pelt number is a proxy of the wild populations is false and that when the data are modeled by the harvest rat...

Developing Two Culture of Health Measurement Tools: Examining Employers' Efforts to Influence Population Health Inside and Outside Company Walls.

To develop tools that quantify employers' investment in building cultures of health (COH) - inside and outside company walls.

Misery Loves Company: Presenting Symptom Clusters to Urgent Care by Patients Receiving Antineoplastic Therapy.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) identifies suboptimal management of treatment toxicities as a care gap and proposes the measurement of hospital performance on the basis of emergency department visits for 10 common symptoms. Current management strategies do not address symptom co-occurrence.

Retracted: Effect of Cinnamaldehyde on Glucose Metabolism and Vessel Function.

This paper was retracted on the authors' request due to duplicate publication. This experiment was entrusted to a third party called Nanjing Changcong Biology Company, and we found that some of the data reported in the Results figures were duplicated in another published paper. The pdf file of the above-mentioned paper is available from the Editorial Office on request.

Does the Size of a Company Make a Difference in the Prevalence of Exposure to Asthmagens and in the Use of Respiratory Protective Equipment?

About half of all workers in high-income countries work in small companies. However, regulatory bodies and researchers predominantly work with large companies because they are more convenient to study and easier to reach. We aimed to estimate the prevalence of exposure to asthmagens and the use of respiratory protective equipment (RPE) by company size.

Strategic visual imagery and automatic priming effects in pop-out visual search.

Priming of Pop-out (PoP) is defined by faster responses in singleton search when the target repeats across trials than when it switches. In a recent study, it was shown that the PoP effect can be reversed using visual imagery (Cochrane, Nwabuike, Thomson, & Milliken, 2018). The goal of the current study was to pinpoint the procedural constraints necessary to observe the imagery-induced reversal of PoP. Across four experiments the reversal of the PoP effect (i) depended critically on the response-stimulus in...

Entrapment of a laryngotracheal topical anesthesia kit during tracheobronchial foreign body removal: a case report.

In order to reduce the irritation of the airway during tracheobronchial foreign body (TFB) removal, tracheal surface anesthesia is usually performed using a laryngotracheal topical anesthesia (LTA) kit (LTA20, Highgreen Medical Technology Company, China), but difficulty in withdrawing the LTA kit is rarely reported. We present a case of a difficulty to withdraw the LTA kit due to its entrapment by the movement of a TFB.

Tildrakizumab: First Global Approval.

Merck & Company Inc. have developed tildrakizumab (tildrakizumab-asmn; Ilumya™), a high-affinity, humanised IgG1 κ monoclonal antibody that specifically targets interleukin-23 p19, as a treatment for chronic plaque psoriasis. The drug was recently approved for marketing by the US FDA based on positive results from the phase III reSURFACE clinical trial programme in patients with chronic plaque psoriasis. This article summarizes the milestones in the development of tildrakizumab leading to this first appr...

Abacavir Hypersensitivity Reaction Reporting Rates During a Decade of HLA-B*5701 Screening as a Risk Mitigation Measure.

HLA-B*5701 screening identifies patients at increased risk for abacavir (ABC) hypersensitivity reaction (HSR). Screening was adopted in GlaxoSmithKline and ViiV Healthcare clinical trials in 2007 and HIV treatment guidelines in 2008. Company meta-analyses of trials pre-HLA-B*5701 screening reported HSR rates of 4% to 8%. We analyzed the effectiveness of HLA-B*5701 screening on reducing HSR rates using clinical trial, observational (OPERA) cohort, and spontaneous reporting data.

Lean Methodology in Healthcare.

To improve the delivery of patient care, governments and healthcare institutions adopted quality improvement methods that had been developed decades earlier in manufacturing industries. Many healthcare practitioners are either unaware or are inexperienced about what these practices entail and whether they are successful in healthcare. This article reviews Lean, an improvement philosophy made famous by the Toyota Motor Company. Lean uses a set of instruments and incorporates a long-term vision aiming for con...

Bad Company: Microenvironmentally Mediated Resistance to Targeted Therapy in Melanoma.

This review will focus on the role of the tumor microenvironment (TME) in the development of drug resistance in melanoma. Resistance to mitogen-activated protein kinase inhibitors (MAPKi) in melanoma is observed months after treatment, a phenomenon that is often attributed to the incredible plasticity of melanoma cells but may also depend on the TME. The TME is unique in its cellular composition - it contains fibroblasts, immune cells, endothelial cells, adipocytes and amongst others. In addition, the TME p...

The Perfect and Famous Anesthetic Known as Methyl in Boston in 1895.

Extravagant claims were made for proprietary dental anesthetics in Boston, MA, in the late 1800s. For instance, in 1883, Urial K. Mayo introduced an inhaled Vegetable Anaesthetic comprised of nitrous oxide that had been uselessly pretreated with botanical material. This misguided concept may have been inspired by homeopathy, but it was also in line with the earlier false belief of Elton R. Smilie, Charles T. Jackson, and William T.G. Morton that sulfuric ether could volatilize opium at room temperature. In ...

Trust-what Connects Science to Daily Life.

Seven years have passed since the Tokyo Electric Power Company Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant disaster in March 2011. The actions taken by the Japanese government, such as issuing evacuation orders and setting decontamination and food safety standards, created huge confusion in society that led to a breakdown of trust. The residents of Suetsugi, a small village located about 30 km south of the plant, sought to understand and overcome the effects of radiation by measuring contamination and personal d...

Epidemiologic challenges in norovirus vaccine development.

Norovirus is the leading cause of acute gastroenteritis (AGE) worldwide. In the United States norovirus is estimated to cause 19-21 million illnesses, 1.7-1.9 million outpatient visits, 56,000-71,000 hospitalizations, and 570-800 deaths annually. Through direct costs and loss of productivity, norovirus disease cost the US economy more than $5.5 billion annually. Due to the lack of available therapies to treat norovirus infections and their highly infectious nature, preventing norovirus illness through va...

Relative Bioavailability Risk Assessment: A Systematic Approach to Assessing In Vivo Risk Associated with CM&C related Changes.

Relative bioavailability (RBA) studies are often carried out to bridge changes made between drug products used for clinical studies. In this work we describe the development of a risk assessment tool that comprehensively and objectively assesses the risk of non-comparable in vivo performance associated with CM&C-related changes. The risk assessment tool is based on a risk grid that provides a quantitative context to facilitate discussions to determine the need for an in vivo RBA study. Relevant regulatory g...

From ash pond to Riverside Wetlands: Making the business case for engineered natural technologies.

The 2015 announcement of The Dow Chemical Company's (Dow) Valuing Nature Goal, which aims to identify $1 billion in business value from projects that are better for nature, gives nature a spot at the project design table. To support this goal, Dow and The Nature Conservancy have extended their long-standing collaboration and are now working to develop a defensible methodology to support the implementation of the goal. This paper reviews the nature valuation methodology framework developed by the Collaborati...

Synthesis, Spectroscopic Characterization, and Time-Dependent DFT Calculations of 1-Methyl-5-phenyl-5-pyrido1,2-quinazoline-3,6-dione and Its Starting Precursor in Different Solvents.

In this study, 2-mercapto-3-phenyl-2,3-dihydro-1-quinazolin-4-one (), which exists as a thiol and thione tautomer, was treated with acetylacetone to give the target compound, namely, 1-methyl-5-phenyl-5-pyrido[1,2-]quinazoline-3,6-dione (). The spectroscopic data, including UV/Vis, IR, H NMR, C NMR, and mass data, of this compound were recorded. The molecular structures of the starting material () and the product () were optimized by using density functional theory (DFT) by employing the B3LYP exchange ...

Simultaneous identification of bovine and equine DNA in milks and dairy products inferred from triplex TaqMan real-time PCR technique.

Koumiss is a popular dairy product in many lands, traditionally prepared from mare milk with spontaneous fermentation. Mare milk and its fermented derivates are more expensive than cow milk and its fermented derivates, and the possibility exists for producers and dealers to adulterate equine products with bovine items. In this work, we described the development of a triplex real-time PCR based on the species-specific TaqMan probes (Ruibio Biotec Company, Beijing, China) for identification of bovine and equi...

What Drives Adoption of National Labels as Global Reference Labels? A Case Study With the JPI.

Pharmaceutical labeling describes the safe and effective use of an approved product. Such information may be provided to consumers and/or health care physicians, and available online or in the pack in a variety of different formats according to local or regional regulations. Depending on the Health Authority (HA), content within a nationally approved label is generally reliant on two primary sources, a Company Core Data Sheet (CCDS), and the text approved by the Health Authority. Content in the nationally a...

Seasonal variation of Cesium-137 concentration in Asian black bear (Ursus thibetanus) and wild boar (Sus scrofa) in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.

To elucidate and reduce the risk of radionuclide contamination in wildlife caused by the Tokyo Electric Power Company Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Station accident, it is important to understand radionuclide variations in the wild animal population. Here, we used environmental monitoring data and muscle samples collected from Asian black bear (Ursus thibetanus) and wild boar (Sus scrofa) from May 2011 to March 2016 to examine seasonal variation in radiocesium (137Cs) concentrations in muscle tissues (he...

Billings reservoir water used for human consumption presents microbiological contaminants and induces both behavior impairments and astrogliosis in zebrafish.

The Billings reservoir is the largest water-storage facility in the São Paulo Metropolitan Region, with only a small part of the reservoir used for water supply. Recently, the São Paulo Metropolitan Region has experienced the greatest water collapse ever recorded. Thus, the intensification of use of the Billings reservoir should be considered. The objective of this study was to evaluate the quality of the water from different areas of the Billings reservoir related to human consumption (water supply and f...

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