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Prehospital Triage of Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients to an Intravenous tPA-Ready versus Endovascular-Ready Hospital: A Decision Analysis.

American Stroke Association guidelines for prehospital acute ischemic stroke recommend against bypassing an intravenous tPA-ready hospital (IRH), if additional transportation time to an endovascular-ready hospital (ERH) exceeds 15-20 min. However, it is unknown when the benefit of potential endovascular therapy at an ERH outweighs the harm from delaying intravenous therapy at a closer IRH, especially since large vessel occlusion (LVO) status is initially unknown. We hypothesized that current time recommend...

Varenicline for smoking reduction in smokers not yet ready to quit: A double-blind, proof-of-concept randomized clinical trial.

Varenicline has demonstrated efficacy for quitting smoking. Its agonist and antagonist effects suggest that it would be efficacious for reducing cigarettes per day in smokers not yet ready to quit.

Biofilm formation and potential virulence factors of Salmonella strains isolated from ready-to-eat shrimps.

Salmonella species is an important foodborne pathogen with the non-typhoidal serovars such as Enteritidis and Typhimurium as the most predominant strains. This study examines the biofilm formation, phenotypic virulence factors and cell surface characteristics of Salmonella strains from ready-to-eat shrimps. The ready-to-eat shrimps were obtained from open markets between November 2016 and October 2017 in Edo and Delta States, Nigeria. The occurrence of Salmonella strains in this study was 210/1440 (14.58%) ...

Improving the lipid profile of ready-to-cook meat products by addition of omega-3 microcapsules: effect on oxidation and sensory analysis.

The omega-3 enrichment of ready-to-cook meat products by microencapsulated fish oil addition was analyzed in this study. For that, three batches of chicken nuggets were prepared: control (C), enriched in bulk fish oil (BFO) and with added microencapsulated fish oil (MFO). Sensory features, acceptability, oxidative stability and volatile compounds were analyzed.

Development of a "ready to use" graphical tool based on artificial neural network classification: application for the prediction of late fecal incontinence after prostate cancer radiotherapy.

To apply artificial neural network (ANN) classification methods for the prediction of late fecal incontinence (LFI) following high-dose prostate cancer radiotherapy (RT) and to develop a "ready to use" graphical-tool.

Ready or Not.

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Amino-acid-enriched cereals ready-to-use therapeutic foods (RUTF) are as effective as milk-based RUTF in recovering essential amino acid during the treatment of severe acute malnutrition in children: An individually randomized control trial in Malawi.

Ready-to-use therapeutic food (RUTF) is used to treat children suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM). Standard RUTF uses milk as the primary protein source, which makes the product expensive, and given the high worldwide SAM burden, having a less expensive effective alternative is a public health priority.

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Get ready: whole blood is back and it's good for patients.

Chronic Pancreatitis Prognosis Score System Is Not Ready Yet.

Gearing Up for Stem Cell-Derived Beta Cells - Are We Ready?

Transformation in Immunosuppression: Are We Ready for it?

Readmissions as a Quality Metric: Ready for Prime Time?

Is longitudinal tau PET ready for use in Alzheimer's disease clinical trials?

Are We Ready for Online Virtual Reality Therapy?

Predicting the Post-Thrombotic Syndrome: Not Quite Ready for Prime Time.

The Cardioband annuloplasty system: is it ready for prime time?

Are We Ready to Treat Dilated Cardiomyopathy Differently, Using LGE Guidance?

Percutaneous Radiofrequency Ablation for Hyperhidrosis: Ready for Primetime?

Speckle-Tracking Echocardiography - Ready for Use in Acute Coronary Syndrome?

Critical Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: Is It Ready for Prime Time?

Is Image-guided Thermal Ablation Ready for Treatment of Stage 1 Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer?

Internal Limiting Membrane Flap Technique for Macular Holes: Is it Ready for Prime Time?

In Reply: Surgical Decision Making From Image-Based Biophysical Modeling of Glioblastoma: Not Ready for Primetime.

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