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Relevance of Artifact Removal and Number of Stimuli for Video Head Impulse Test Examination.

To evaluate the effect of artifacts on the impulse and response recordings with the video head impulse test (VHIT) and determine how many stimuli are necessary for obtaining acceptably efficient measurements.


Role of Impulse Oscillometry in Assessing Asthma Control in Children.

Impulse oscillometry is an effort-independent technique of assessment of airway resistance and reactance, and can be performed in children unable to complete spirometry.

Effects of Eccentric Preloading on Concentric Vertical Jump Performance in Youth Athletes.

This study measured peak force (PF), peak rate of force development (PRFD), peak power (PP), concentric impulse, and eccentric impulse during static jump (SJ), countermovement jump (CMJ), and drop jump (DJ) in youth athletes to examine changes in vertical jump power with progressively greater eccentric preloading in relation to age, maturity, and muscle mass. Twenty-one males ranging from 6 to 16 years old performed the following vertical jumps in a random order: SJ, CMJ, and DJ from drop heights of 20, 30,...


Erratum: Testing of all Six Semicircular Canals with Video Head Impulse Test Systems.

An erratum was issued for: Testing of all Six Semicircular Canals with Video Head Impulse Test Systems. The article title was updated. The article title was updated from: Functional Testing of all Six Semicircular Canals with Video Head Impulse Test Systems to: Testing of all Six Semicircular Canals with Video Head Impulse Test Systems.

Soil seed bank and vegetation differences following channel diversion in the Yellow River Delta.

Vegetation plays a key role in influencing the morphodynamics of river deltas, yet channelization of most of the world's rivers limits delta movement and resulting vegetation patterns. Thus, our understanding of vegetation dynamics in newly formed and abandoned deltaic wetlands is still poor. The artificial channel diversion of the mouth of the Yellow River in 1996 created conditions that mimic a natural delta lobe shift by increasing freshwater, sediment, and nutrient supply to wetlands along the new Yello...

Impulse control disorders in dopamine agonist-treated hyperprolactinemia: prevalence and risk factors.

There are growing reports of dopamine agonist (DA)-induced impulse control disorders (ICDs) in hyperprolactinemic patients. However, the magnitude of this risk and predictive factors remain uncertain.

Seeds of change: characterizing the soil seed bank of a migrating salt marsh.

The capacity of dispersal to promote or hinder species' responses to global change remains a major question in ecology. One ecosystem experiencing rapid change is the tidal marsh, which is migrating inland in response to accelerated sea level rise. Few studies to date have investigated the ecological dynamics that impact this large-scale migration. Seed dispersal and persistence in the soil seed bank is a component that can be strongly indicative of community trajectories. With this in mind, the aim of our ...

Nerve impulse propagation: Mechanical wave model and HH model.

The Hodgkin-Huxley model (HH model) of nerve propagation from the middle of the 20th century has not remained untouched by criticism. Complementary as well as ambivalent views of this model have been published. A real breakthrough of another model does not exist yet. Many similarities as well as contradictions between the HH model and the alternative mechanical impulse model are shown.

Measuring Pain in TBI: Development of the TBI-QOL Pain Interference Item Bank and Short Form.

To develop a pain interference item bank, computer adaptive test (CAT), and short form for use by individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Disrupted salience network dynamics in Parkinson's disease patients with impulse control disorders.

Dynamic functional network analysis may add relevant information about the temporal nature of the neurocognitive alterations in PD patients with impulse control disorders (PD-ICD). Our aim was to investigate changes in dynamic functional network connectivity (dFNC) in PD-ICD patients, and topological properties of such networks.

Supporting mothers, protecting babies for long-term health: establishing a pasteurised human milk bank.

It is now very clear that early feeding practices have lifelong implications for an individual's health as well as economic and public health consequences. This article summarises some of the important reasons to prioritise breast milk feeding and introduces the Christchurch Neonatal Intensive Care Human Milk Bank. This Milk Bank was opened in 2014 to support babies and their families with the provision of pasteurised donor milk. The primary goals were to support mothers while they established their own mil...

Functional inhibitory control dynamics in impulse control disorders in Parkinson's disease.

Impulse control disorders related to alterations in the mesocorticolimbic dopamine network occur in Parkinson's disease (PD). Our objective was to investigate the functional neural substrates of reward processing and inhibitory control in these patients.

Resting state oscillations suggest a motor component of Parkinson's Impulse Control Disorders.

Impulse control disorders (ICDs) in Parkinson's disease (PD) have been associated with cognitive impulsivity and dopaminergic dysfunction and treatment. The present study tests the neglected hypothesis that the neurofunctional networks involved in motor impulsivity might also be dysfunctional in PD-ICDs.

Video Head Impulse Testing: From Bench to Bedside.

Over 30 years ago, the head impulse test (HIT) was measured with search coil recordings and it provided robust evidence for a new test of vestibular function that could detect impairment of a single semicircular canal, that is, the lateral canal. Over the next two decades, the diagnostic spectrum of HIT was expanded to the testing of vertical canals, differentiation of central from peripheral vestibulopathy, and incorporation of visual interaction - the suppressed head impulse. However, HIT measurement was ...

Cocirculation of Two Species in Small Mammals of the Northwestern Ukraine.

Rodent-borne hantaviruses have been reported in many of the countries surrounding Ukraine; however, to date we have no knowledge of the viral strains circulating in Ukraine within reservoirs such as the striped field mouse (), the yellow-necked field mouse () and the bank vole (). To determine the prevalence of hantaviruses in Ukraine, we captured 1,261 mammals, of which 1,109 were rodents, in 58 field sites within the province of Volyn in western Ukraine. Foci of the striped field mouse tended to occur in ...

Reducing the number of impulses in video head impulse testing - It's the quality not the numbers.

The video-Head-Impulse-Test (vHIT) is widely used to evaluate vestibular function. Nevertheless, there is no consensus on the necessary or ideal number of impulses performed for robust VOR gains. Therefore, the aim of our study is to analyze how many impulses are needed to receive reliable VOR gains in difficult testing situations like testing children younger than 48 months and in children with vestibular loss.

Variability of concentric angle-specific isokinetic torque and impulse assessments of the knee extensors.

Length-tension relationships are widely reported in research, rehabilitation and performance settings; however, several isometric contractions at numerous angles are needed to understand these muscular outputs. Perhaps a more efficient way to determine torque-angle characteristics is via isokinetic dynamometry; however, little is known about the variability of isokinetic measurements besides peak torque and optimal-angle. This paper examines the variability of angle-specific isokinetic torque and impulse me...

A two-route CNN model for bank account classification with heterogeneous data.

Classifying bank accounts by using transaction data is encouraging in cracking down on illegal financial activities. However, few research simultaneously use heterogenous features, which are embedded in the time series data. In this paper, a two route convolution neural network TRHD-CNN model, fed with two types of heterogeneous feature matrices, is proposed for classifying the bank accounts. TRHD-CNN adopts divide and conquer strategy to extract characteristics from two types of data source independently. ...

Small Airway Dysfunction by Impulse Oscillometry in Symptomatic Patients with Preserved Pulmonary Function.

Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are characterized by persistent airway inflammation and airflow limitation. Early detection of these diseases in patients with respiratory symptoms and preserved pulmonary function (PPF) defined by spirometry is difficult. Impulse oscillometry (IOS) may have better sensitivity to detect small airway dysfunction (SAD) than effort-dependent forced expiratory flow between 25% and 75% (FEF).

Development and calibration of a novel positive mindset item bank to measure health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in Singapore.

Positive mindset (PM) is an important domain of health-related quality of life in Singapore, a multi-ethnic urban city state in Southeast Asia. We therefore developed and calibrated a novel item bank to measure and improve PM.

A comparison of the characteristics, motivations, preferences and expectations of men donating sperm online or through a sperm bank.

How do the demographic characteristics, motivations, experiences and expectations of unregulated sperm donors (men donating sperm online through a connection website) compare to sperm donors in the regulated sector (men donating through a registered UK sperm bank)?

The diagnostic accuracy of liver fibrosis in non-viral liver diseases using acoustic radiation force impulse elastography: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Acoustic radiation force impulse (ARFI) imaging is an ultrasound-based elastography method that has been studied in the staging of hepatic fibrosis, especially in chronic hepatitis. However, the diagnostic accuracy of ARFI in non-viral hepatopathies, such as autoimmune hepatitis and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, has not been systematically determined.

Zoonotic Virus Seroprevalence among Bank Voles, Poland, 2002-2010.

Bank voles in Poland are reservoirs of zoonotic viruses. To determine seroprevalence of hantavirus, arenavirus, and cowpox virus and factors affecting seroprevalence, we screened for antibodies against these viruses over 9 years. Cowpox virus was most prevalent and affected by extrinsic and intrinsic factors. Long-term and multisite surveillance is crucial.

Influence of impulse noise on noise dosimetry measurements on the International Space Station.

Acoustic dosimetry (AD) data collected on the International Space Station (ISS) were analysed to investigate the impact of impulse noise on crew noise exposure. The noise exposure during work (LAeq16h) and sleep (LAeq8h) time, and the number of impulses >115 dB peak that occurred during each measurement activity, were calculated from the AD data. Two parametric studies were used to estimate the effect of 1) impulses in the original data set, and 2) hypothetical impulses of different levels, durations and ...


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