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A Tale of Two Cities: Evolution of Academic Physiatry in Boston and Baltimore Part 1: The Boston Marathon.


Folate Nutrition Status in Mothers of the Boston Birth Cohort, Sample of a US Urban Low-Income Population.

To examine maternal folic acid supplementation and plasma folate concentrations in the Boston Birth Cohort, a predominantly urban, low-income, minority population in Boston, Massachusetts.

Biotech Crop Planting Resumes High Adoption in 2016.

The global area of biotech crops in 2016 increased from 179.7 million hectares to 185.1 million hectares, a 3% increase equivalent to 5.4 million hectares. Some 26 countries planted biotech crops, 19 of which were developing countries and seven were industrial. Information and data collected from various credible sources showed variations from the previous year. Fluctuations in biotech crop area (both increases and decreases) are influenced by factors including, among others, acceptance and commercializatio...


Phacoemulsification outcomes in Boston terriers as compared to non-Boston terriers: a retrospective study (2002-2015).

To compare visual outcome and cause of blindness between two groups of dogs undergoing phacoemulsification.

COMPARISON OF VISUAL AND ANATOMICAL OUTCOMES OF EYES UNDERGOING TYPE I BOSTON KERATOPROSTHESIS WITH COMBINATION PARS PLANA VITRECTOMY WITH EYES WITHOUT COMBINATION VITRECTOMY.

To determine whether 1-year visual and anatomical results after surgery combining pars plana vitrectomy, Boston keratoprosthesis, and a glaucoma drainage device as needed are similar, better, or worse than Boston keratoprosthesis initial implantation alone.

Development and Evaluation of the Boston University Osteoarthritis Functional Pain Short Form (BU-OA-FPS).

Pragmatic studies have gained popularity, thus emphasizing the need for patient-reported outcomes (PRO) to be integrated into electronic health records.

Long-term outcomes with Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis in ocular burns.

To evaluate the long-term outcomes of Boston type I keratoprosthesis (B-Kpro) in the management of patients with ocular burn injuries.

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 ...

Boston type I Keratoprosthesis: Antibacterial Resistance and Microbiota Evaluation of Soft Contact Lenses.

To evaluate microbiota colonizing soft contact lenses (CL) in eyes with Boston type I keratoprosthesis (BKPro), and determine the prevalence of resistance to fourth-generation fluoroquinolone (FQ).

Anterior segment optical coherence tomography findings in type I Boston keratoprosthesis.

To report the results of high-resolution anterior segment optical coherence tomography of patients implanted with a type 1 Boston keratoprosthesis (KPro).

Optimal Seat Location to Reduce Risk of Thromboembolic Event on Long-Distance Flights: Analysis of 246,766 Seats on the Five Top Airway Companies.

For-Profit Competition From Nonhealthcare Companies: Is Nursing Ready for the Challenge?

The Center for Social Innovation at Boston College.

Established in 2011, the Center for Social Innovation at Boston College has focused on fostering "effective, sustainable social innovations that enhance social justice." the Center is committed to building research evidence that is used for changing practice and works to disseminate findings through a three-channel approach: traditional research publications, convening of practitioners, and through use of media outlets.

Second-quarter biotech job picture.

Research biotech patenting 2017.

Public biotech in 2017-the numbers.

Gates unveils biotech-within-a-charity.

Improving the practicality and safety of artificial corneas: Pre-assembly and gamma-rays sterilization of the boston keratoprosthesis.

To make the Boston keratoprosthesis (B-KPro), together with its carrier corneal graft, more easily procured, transported and stored, as well as less expensive, easier for the surgeon to implant and safer for the patient, it is proposed that the B-KPro-graft combination be pre-assembled by an expert technician, followed by sterilization with gamma ray irradiation (GI) allowing long-term storage at room temperature. For this to be possible, it must be shown that the B-KPro itself (not only the graft) remains ...

Boston keratoprosthesis type 1 for limbal stem cell deficiency after severe chemical corneal injury: A systematic review.

To systematically review the published literature on outcomes of Boston keratoprosthesis type 1 for the treatment of limbal stem cell deficiency secondary to severe chemical corneal injury.

Novel polymorph of ambrisentan: Characterization and stability.

The present work highlights a novel polymorph (form II) of ambrisentan (AMT), a selective endothelin type A (ETA) receptor antagonist used in the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). Form II was isolated by solution crystallization and characterised by differential scanning calorimetry, powder X-ray diffraction, solution calorimetry and aqueous solubility. The single crystal X-ray diffraction shows that it crystallizes in monoclinic system with space group P21/c different from the form I (com...

Assessment of Glaucomatous Damage After Boston Keratoprosthesis Implantation Based on Digital Planimetric Quantification of Visual Fields and Optic Nerve Head Imaging.

To investigate glaucomatous damage in Boston keratoprosthesis type I (KPro) patients through structural analysis of the optic nerve head and digital planimetric quantification of Goldmann visual fields, a novel method of monitoring perimetric changes in KPro patients.

Spatially and temporally variable urinary N loads deposited by lactating cows on a grazing system dairy farm.

Feed nitrogen (N) intakes in Australian grazing systems average 545 g cowday, indicating that urinary N is likely to be the dominant form excreted. Grazing animals spend disproportionate amounts of time in places on dairy farms where N accumulation is likely to occur. We attached to grazing cows sensors that measure urine volume and N concentration, as well as global positioning systems sensors used to monitor the times the cows spent in different places on a farm and the location of urination events. The...

Body mass index and association with use of and distance from places for physical activity and active leisure among schoolchildren in Brazil. Cross-sectional study.

We evaluated associations between use of public places for physical activity and active leisure (PAAL) and their distances from subjects' homes and indicators of overweight and obesity, among schoolchildren from different socioeconomic levels, in the city of Florianópolis, Brazil.

Assessment of health-related quality of life in spine treatment: conversion from SF-36 to VR-12.

Health-related quality-of-life outcomes have been collected with the Medical Outcomes Study (MOS) Short Form 36 (SF-36) survey. Boston University School of Public Health has developed algorithms for the conversion of SF-36 to VR-12 physical component summary (PCS) and mental component summary (MCS).

Impact of declining exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke in public places to decreasing smoking-related cancer mortality in the US population.

The major decrease in exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) in public places in recent decades could have contributed to the decline in smoking-related cancer mortality observed in the US population.


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