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Clinical research on airway intervention before tracheal extubation after general anesthesia on snoring children.

To analyze the method and the effect of airway intervention before tracheal extubation in post-anesthesia cure unit (PACU) after anesthesia when removing the tonsil under general anesthesia and adenoidectomy under nasal endoscope on children with snoring.


Research on the correlation between the fibrinogen β and attack of pediatric pneumonia.

To investigate the correlation of the gene polymorphism of β-148C/T of fibrinogen with the expression of fibrinogen and the attack of pediatric pneumonia.

Protein metabolism and exercise in children - a review.

General nutritional strategies to promote whole body protein retention, particularly with relation to exercise, have been largely based on adult research that does not consider the dynamic process of growth and often ignores scenarios commonly experienced by children (e.g., exercise in the heat). Therefore, the aim of the present review is to highlight the importance of post-exercise protein quantity and timing in active children, specifically with respect to the whole body protein turnover.


Hypothermia in neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE).

Neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) significantly affects neurodevelopment in infants and is also considered as an important cause of neonatal deaths worldwide. Medical research is being focused worldwide for the development of therapeutic avenues but it is still managed by supportive care. The latest studies in the above field have shown the efficacy of prolonged cooling of neonate's head or whole body at the age of 18 months (approx.) in providing relief from the pathological state of HIE. More...

Pediatric protein metabolism techniques - a review.

Some invasive techniques could be safely and ethically applied to estimate protein metabolism in children. Although these methodologies provide valuable information on whole body protein metabolism, a reflection of what is happening to thousands of protein molecules across a variety of different tissues. However, they provide little information regarding the contribution of specific tissues and proteins to the whole-body changes observed (e.g., whether the increase in protein synthesis was a result of the m...

Twitter weather warnings: Communicating risk in 140 characters-the impact of imperative and declarative message style on weather risk perception and behavioral intentions.

Understanding how individuals utilize risk messages is important for protecting lives and gaining compliance toward safe behaviors. Recent advances in technology afford users with timeliness when needing to acquire information, and research investigating imperative and declarative message styles suggests utilizing both strategies is most effective. Similarly, the element of time can play a role when an individual engages in certain behaviors. This study employed an experimental design to better understand h...

Controlling disasters: Local emergency management perceptions about Federal Emergency Management and Homeland Security actions after September 11, 2001.

This article examines local emergency manager's beliefs regarding control over tasks during various stages of the hazard cycle since federal policies went into effect following the September 11 attacks. The study considers whether a disparity exists between the actions of local officials during each phase of the "hazard cycle" and the policy expectations of the federal government, which call for greater federal control over activities in emergency management and homeland security. To do so, hypothesis testi...

Physician interpretation of genomic test results and treatment selection.

Genomic testing is increasingly performed in oncology, but concerns remain regarding the clinician's ability to interpret results. In the current study, the authors sought to determine the agreement between physicians and genomic annotators from the Precision Oncology Decision Support (PODS) team at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston regarding actionability and the clinical use of test results.

Weight management and physical activity throughout the cancer care continuum.

Mounting evidence suggests that weight management and physical activity (PA) improve overall health and well being, and reduce the risk of morbidity and mortality among cancer survivors. Although many opportunities exist to include weight management and PA in routine cancer care, several barriers remain. This review summarizes key topics addressed in a recent National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine workshop entitled, "Incorporating Weight Management and Physical Activity Throughout the Canc...

Sex and rank affect how infant rhesus macaques look at faces.

We investigated how differences in infant sex and mothers' dominance status affect infant rhesus macaques' (Macaca mulatta) interest in visually exploring emotional facial expressions. Thirty-eight infants were presented with animated avatars of macaque facial expressions during the first month of life. Sons of high-ranking mothers looked more at faces, especially the eye region, than sons of low-ranking mothers, but no difference in looking duration was found for daughters. Males looked significantly more ...

Effect of Sorbitol Plasticizer on the Structure and Properties of Melt Processed Polyvinyl Alcohol Films.

Poly (vinyl alcohol) (PVA) possesses wide applications as food packaging materials, but is difficult to melt process for its strong inter/intra hydrogen bonding. In this work, flexible PVA films with different content of sorbitol plasticizers were prepared by melt processing with the assistance of water. And the influence of sorbitol plasticizer content on the crystallinity, optical transparency, water-retaining capability, mechanical properties, thermal stability and oxygen and water permeability were inve...

Reverse Effect of Opuntia ficus-indica L. Juice and Seeds Aqueous Extract on Gastric Emptying and Small-Bowel Motility in Rat.

This study was conducted to compare the effects of juice and seeds on gastric emptying, small-bowel motility and intestinal ion transport. Separate groups of rats were randomized to receive NaCl, increasing doses of juice (5, 10, and 20 mL/kg, b.w.) or seeds aqueous extract (100, 200, and 400 mg/kg, b.w.). Simultaneously, two other groups were received, the reference drugs; clonidine (1 mg/kg) and yohimbine (2 mg/kg). The charcoal meal was used as a suspension for gastrointestinal motility test. The purgati...

Development of Mayonnaise with Substitution of Oil or Egg Yolk by the Addition of Chia (Salvia Hispânica L.) Mucilage.

Chia mucilage is formed by the hydration of chia seeds and presents characteristics that potentiate its application as substitute of fat in several foods. In this study, mayonnaises were prepared with different levels of freeze-dried chia mucilage instead of oil or egg yolk. The substitution of oil in mayonnaise promoted increased stability and texture parameters, and the mayonnaise substituted by egg yolk presented similar stability and texture parameters as the control mayonnaise. The substitution of oil ...

Glomeromycotina: what is a species and why should we care?

A workshop at the recent International Conference on Mycorrhiza was focused on species recognition in Glomeromycotina and parts of their basic biology that define species. The workshop was motivated by the paradigm-shifting evidence derived from genomic data for sex and for the lack of heterokaryosis, and by published exchanges in Science that were based on different species concepts and have led to differing views of dispersal and endemism in these fungi. Although a lively discussion ensued, there was gene...

How important is vitamin D for calcium homeostasis during pregnancy and lactation?

In Memoriam 2017.

Assessing enclosure design and husbandry practices for successful keeping and breeding of the Burmese brow antlered deer (Eld's deer, Rucervus eldii thamin) in European zoos.

The endangered Burmese brow antlered deer (Rucervus eldii thamin) is a medium sized tropical cervid kept in a number of European zoos. Studbook data and anecdotal reports have suggested that this species suffers from poor reproductive success and relatively high neonatal mortality in captivity. Questionnaires were sent to 10 European zoos, holding 91 (20.71.0) deer, in order to record information on husbandry practices and enclosure design. Studbook analysis was performed to determine reproductive success a...

Applying behavior-analytic methodology to the science and practice of environmental enrichment in zoos and aquariums.

Environmental enrichment in zoos and aquariums is often evaluated at two overlapping levels: published research and day-to-day institutional record keeping. Several authors have discussed ongoing challenges with small sample sizes in between-groups zoological research and have cautioned against the inappropriate use of inferential statistics (Shepherdson, , International Zoo Yearbook, 38, 118-124; Shepherdson, Lewis, Carlstead, Bauman, & Perrin, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 147, 298-277; Swaisgood, , A...

Canagliflozin stability study and eco-friendly chromatographic determination of its degradation product: A comparative study.

Canagliflozin is a newly approved drug for type II diabetes mellitus. A full stability study of Canagliflozin was performed following international conference on harmonization strategies. The drug was stable against all conditions except oxidation where only one degradation product was separated and structurally elucidated using mass spectrometry and IR spectroscopy. A green high-performance thin-layer chromatographic densitometric determination was developed and validated for the accurate quantification of...

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Development of a pre-column derivatization HPLC method with diode-array detection for the determination of amino sugars in peat and soil humic acids.

The work is focused on the development of a high-performance liquid chromatography method with diode-array detection for the separation and quantitation of the three most abundant amino sugars; d-glucosamine, d-galactosamine, and d-mannosamine. The high-performance liquid chromatography separation was carried out by reversed-phase chromatography on Chromolith Performance RP-18e monolithic column after acid hydrolysis (5 M HCl) and pre-column derivatization of samples using diethyl ethoxymethylenemalonate. ...

Noninvasive High-speed Near-infrared Imaging of the Biomolecular Distribution and Molecular Mechanism of Embryonic Development in Fertilized Fish eggs.

In the present study, the distribution of biomaterials and its molecular mechanism of embryonic development in Japanese medaka fish were analyzed nondestructively and noninvasively without staining using near-infrared (NIR) imaging. The microscope NIR imaging system used in this research was a device capable of ultra-high-speed imaging; using this system, one can acquire microscopic imaging data in a few seconds. Therefore, the medaka eggs remained alive throughout measurements and were successfully monitor...

Diabetes-related complications: Which research topics matter to diverse patients and caregivers?

Diabetes is a chronic disease with increasing prevalence worldwide. Although research has improved its treatment and management, little is known about which research topics matter to people living with diabetes, particularly among under-represented groups.

Impact of Flue Gas Compounds on Microalgae and Mechanisms for Carbon Assimilation and Utilization - A Review.

In order to shift the world to a more sustainable future, it is necessary to phase out the use of fossil fuels and focus on the development of low-carbon alternatives. However, this transition is slow so there still exists a large dependence on fossil-derived power and therefore CO2 release. Owing to the potential for assimilating and utilizing CO2 to generate carbon neutral products such as biodiesel, the application of microalgae technology to capture CO2 from flue gases has gained significant attention o...

The HIV Organ Policy Equity Act: Offering Hope to Individuals with End Stage Renal Disease and HIV.

The HIV Organ Policy Equity Act, or HOPE Act, requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services to develop guidelines for research on the transplantation of kidneys and livers from individuals infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) into patients with end stage organ failure who are also infected with HIV. Although signed into law in 2013, the guidelines were not finalized until November 2015. Currently, 18 transplant centers that wish to participate in this research have received Institution...


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