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Fireworks-Related Injury in Children.

Many children are attracted to the color, noise, light, and excitement generated by fireworks. Both home and public displays of fireworks are a festive part of American culture, enjoyed on holidays, during sporting events, and on a variety of other occasions. However, fireworks pose a risk of serious injury to children and youth. Each year, thousands of children sustain major and minor injuries due to fireworks, with many resulting in permanent disability. Regulations concerning private sales and use of fir...

Analysis of the Composition of Atmospheric Fine Particles (PM) Produced by Burning Fireworks.

Burning fireworks is one of the sources of atmospheric fine particles (PM). The Chinese Spring Festival in Quanzhou City was taken as an example to study the effects of burning fireworks on the occurrence of PM, and provide information on protection against air pollution caused by special pollution sources. The results showed that the concentrations of SO, PM, and PM increased appreciably, and the concentration of PM increased most significantly during the fireworks burning period. The peak daily average co...

Shared Platform for Antibiotic Research and Knowledge: A Collaborative Tool to SPARK Antibiotic Discovery.

The discovery of urgently needed antibiotics is hindered by challenges to information sharing. To help address this challenge, The Pew Charitable Trusts launched SPARK: the Shared Platform for Antibiotic Research and Knowledge. SPARK is an online, publicly available, interactive database designed to help scientists build on previous research and generate new insights to advance the field's understanding of Gram-negative permeability. This Viewpoint details how data are selected and integrated into the plat...

In memory of Dr. Nancy M. Petry.

Repeat missing child reports in Wales.

There were approximately 306,000 reports of missing persons in the UK from 2012 to 2013, 64% involved children. Repeat missing incidents account for approximately 38% of reported missing incidences. Within their research Biehal et al. (2003) identified that 70% of missing children had voluntarily left their home and the majority of these were considered to have 'run away'. Research suggests that there is heavy demand on public services in responding to children that are regularly reported missing.

Chemical characteristics of haze particles in Xi'an during Chinese Spring Festival: Impact of fireworks burning.

Fireworks burning releases massive fine particles and gaseous pollutants, significantly deteriorating air quality during Chinese Lunar New Year (LNY) period. To investigate the impact of the fireworks burning on the atmospheric aerosol chemistry, 1-hr time resolution of PM samples in Xi'an during the winter of 2016 including the LNY were collected and detected for inorganic ions, acidity and liquid water content (LWC) of the fine aerosols. PM during the LNY was 167±87μg/m, two times higher than the China ...

Potentially missing data was considerably more frequent than definitely missing data in randomized controlled trials: A methodological survey.

Missing data for the outcomes of participants in randomized controlled trials (RCTs) are a key element of risk of bias assessment. However, it is not always clear from RCT reports whether some categories of participants were followed-up or not (i.e., do or do not have missing data) nor how the RCT authors dealt with missing data in their analyses.

An Irregular Rhythm with Missing P Waves.

An electrocardiogram on a life insurance applicant with a history of surgically repaired congenital heart disease displays an irregular rhythm with occasional missing P waves.

No Ordinary Addiction Scientist: Remembering Nancy Petry.

Density Waves and Jet Emission Asymmetry in Bose Fireworks.

A Bose condensate, subject to periodic modulation of the two-body interactions, was recently observed to emit matter-wave jets resembling fireworks [Nature (London) 551, 356 (2017)NATUAS0028-083610.1038/nature24272]. In this Letter, combining experiment with numerical simulation, we demonstrate that these "Bose fireworks" represent a late stage in a complex time evolution of the driven condensate. We identify a "density wave" stage which precedes jet emission and results from the interference of matter wave...

SeQuiLa: An elastic, fast and scalable SQL-oriented solution for processing and querying genomic intervals.

Efficient processing of large-scale genomic datasets has recently become possible due to the application of 'big data' technologies in bioinformatics pipelines.We present SeQuiLa - a distributed, ANSI SQL compliant solution for speedy querying and processing of genomic intervals that is available as an Apache Spark package. Proposed range join strategy is significantly (~22x) faster than the default Apache Spark implementation and outperforms other state-of-the-art tools for genomic intervals processing.

A comparison of different methods to handle missing data in the context of propensity score analysis.

Propensity score analysis is a popular method to control for confounding in observational studies. A challenge in propensity methods is missing values in confounders. Several strategies for handling missing values exist, but guidance in choosing the best method is needed. In this simulation study, we compared four strategies of handling missing covariate values in propensity matching and propensity weighting. These methods include: complete case analysis, missing indicator method, multiple imputation and co...

Characterizing the composition and evolution of firework-related components in air aerosols during the Spring Festival.

To examine the impacts of fireworks, size-resolved PM samples were collected using a single-particle aerosol mass spectrometer before, during and after the Spring Festival in a megacity in Chengdu, China. Chemical composition and atmospheric behavior of urban particles were studied. Ten major single particle types were resolved with ART-2a algorithm including elemental and organic carbon (ECOC), EC, OC, levoglucosan (LEV), high molecular weight organic molecules (HOM), hard metal (HM), K rich, Na rich and S...

Severe wildfires spark population boom in fungi and bacteria.

Imputation of missing prostate cancer stage in English cancer registry data based on clinical assumptions.

Cancer stage can be missing in national cancer registry records. We explored whether missing prostate cancer stage can be imputed using specific clinical assumptions.

Intraluminal Pressure Triggers Myogenic Response via Activation of Calcium Spark and Calcium-Activated Chloride Channel in Rat Renal Afferent Arteriole.

Myogenic contraction of renal arterioles is an important regulatory mechanism for renal blood flow autoregulation. We have previously demonstrated that integrin-mediated mechanical force increases the occurrence of Ca sparks in freshly isolated renal vascular smooth muscle cells (VSMCs). To further test whether generation of Ca sparks is a downstream signal of mechanotransduction in pressure induced myogenic constriction, the relationship between Ca spark frequency and transmural perfusion pressure was inve...

Use of behavioural and physiological responses for scoring sound sensitivity in dogs.

Sound sensitive dogs have exaggerated responses to sound stimuli that can negatively impact the welfare of the dog. Behavioural reactions combined with the response to sound involve a marked autonomic imbalance towards sympathetic predominance and release of cortisol. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate, in the laboratory, the cardiac autonomic modulation using heart rate variability (HRV) analysis, serum cortisol levels and behavioural parameters in response to sounds of fireworks in dogs with...

A Bayesian framework for health economic evaluation in studies with missing data.

Health economics studies with missing data are increasingly using approaches such as multiple imputation that assume that the data are "missing at random." This assumption is often questionable, as-even given the observed data-the probability that data are missing may reflect the true, unobserved outcomes, such as the patients' true health status. In these cases, methodological guidelines recommend sensitivity analyses to recognise data may be "missing not at random" (MNAR), and call for the development of ...

Spark That Lights the Fire: Infection Triggers Cardiovascular Events.

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Probabilistic Guaranteed Gradient Learning-Based Spark Advance Self-Optimizing Control for Spark-Ignited Engines.

In spark-ignited (SI) engines, the spark advance (SA) controls the combustion phase that has a significant impact on the efficiency. Online self-optimizing control (SOC) of SA to maximize the indicated fuel conversion efficiency (IFCE) forms a stochastic optimization problem for a static map due to the stochasticity of combustion. Gradient-based optimization algorithms using periodic dithers are effective methods of dealing with such problems. However, decision sequences corrupted by periodic dithers are un...

Media and age-coded representations of later life: An analysis of selected print advertisements of English-language magazines in India.

This study examines the representation of older adults in print advertisements in an English-language magazine in post-reform India. Employing content analysis, this study finds a growing disenchantment of the Indian media with the image of a "happy joint family." A higher proportion of older adults are now portrayed alone or with younger adults compared to earlier portrayals with people of all age groups in an ad. Further, the portrayal of older adults as both parent and grandparent in the same ad has also...

Reaffirming the link between chronic phantom limb pain and maintained missing hand representation.

Phantom limb pain (PLP) is commonly considered to be a result of maladaptive brain plasticity. This model proposes that PLP is mainly caused by reorganisation in the primary somatosensory cortex, presumably characterised by functional degradation of the missing hand representation and remapping of other body part representations. In the current study, we replicate our previous results by showing that chronic PLP correlates with maintained representation of the missing hand in the primary sensorimotor missin...

U.S. Small-area Life Expectancy Estimates Project: Methodology and Results Summary.

Statistically reliable, abridged, period life tables were produced for 88.7% of U.S. census tracts (65,662). A battery of tests revealed that the census-tract life table functions followed expected patterns; their distribution about state and U.S. values showed no aberrations; and their weighted mean values compared well with state- and national-level estimates. The weighted mean life expectancy at birth for the 65,662 census tracts was 78.7 years compared with the official U.S. estimate of 78.8 years in mi...

Correction to: Cellular mechanisms responsible for cell-to-cell spreading of prions.

In the original publication, part of acknowledgement text was missing. The complete acknowledgement section should read as follows.

Is It Necessary to Intubate the Cecum to Examine the Whole Colorectum During Endoscopic Polypectomy?

BACKGROUND The official guidelines are unclear about whether endoscopic polypectomy should intubate the whole cecum or just intubate the location of the endoscopy inspection. Therefore, the objective of this study was to provide a new perspective of assisting endoscopists make better decisions and decrease the missing detection rate in clinical practice. MATERIAL AND METHODS We retrospectively reviewed records of 8923 patients who underwent endoscopic polypectomy, and 394 participants were included after sc...

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