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Too expensive to treat? Non-treatment decisions at the margins of viability.

This article seeks to challenge the assumption that it is legitimate to consider the costs of premature babies' future social and educational needs when deciding what treatment, if any, to provide in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) . It questions the elision that is made between the claim that a particular treatment is insufficiently cost-effective and the claim that a person will be a burden on the state in the future. It discusses a series of common misunderstandings about how treatment decisions ...


Systems Model-Guided Rice Yield Improvements Based on Genes Controlling Source, Sink and Flow.

A large number of genes related to source, sink and flow have been identified after decades of research in plant genetics. Unfortunately, these genes have not been effectively utilized in modern crop breeding. This perspective paper aims to examine the reasons behind such a phenomenon and propose a strategy to resolve this situation. Specifically, we first systematically survey the currently cloned genes related to source, sink and flow; then we discuss three factors hindering effective application of these...

Physicians' attitudes and views regarding religious fasting during pregnancy and review of the literature.

Many patients worldwide seek medical advice regarding safety of fasting during pregnancy. This issue lacks high quality evidence, which makes giving medical advice challenging. To aid decision making on this subject we performed an internet mediated survey to determine the expert opinion on this issue. The survey was answered by one hundred and eight obstetricians and gynecologists (OB/GYN). The questions were aimed at the content of the medical advice given to pregnant patients on Ramadan (for Muslim patie...


Fast-Food Offerings in the United States in 1986, 1991, and 2016 Show Large Increases in Food Variety, Portion Size, Dietary Energy, and Selected Micronutrients.

US national survey data shows fast food accounted for 11% of daily caloric intake in 2007-2010.

Dynamic changes in the starch-sugar interconversion within plant source and sink tissues promote a better abiotic stress response.

Starch is a significant store of sugars, and the starch-sugar interconversion in source and sink tissues plays a profound physiological role in all plants. In this review, we discuss how changes in starch metabolism can facilitate adaptive changes in source-sink carbon allocation for protection against environmental stresses. The stress-related roles of starch are described, and published mechanisms by which starch metabolism responds to short- or long-term water deficit, salinity, or extreme temperatures a...

A Serious Flaw in Nutrition Epidemiology: A Meta-Analysis Study.

Background Many researchers have studied the relationship between diet and health. Specifically, there are papers showing an association between the consumption of sugar sweetened beverages and Type 2 diabetes. Many meta-analyses use individual studies that do not attempt to adjust for multiple testing or multiple modeling. Hence the claims reported in a meta-analysis paper may be unreliable as the base papers do not ensure unbiased statistics. Objective Determine (i) the statistical reliability of 10 paper...

Interspecific differences in how sink-source imbalance causes photosynthetic downregulation among three legume species.

Sink-source imbalance could cause an accumulation of total non-structural carbohydrates (TNC; soluble sugar and starch) in source leaves. We aimed to clarify interspecific differences in how sink-source imbalance and TNC causes the downregulation of photosynthesis among three legume plants. The TNC in source leaves was altered by short-term manipulative treatments, and its effects on photosynthetic characteristics were evaluated.

α' formation kinetics and radiation induced segregation in neutron irradiated 14YWT nanostructured ferritic alloys.

Nanostructured ferritic alloys are considered as candidates for structural components in advanced nuclear reactors due to a high density of nano-oxides (NOs) and ultrafine grain sizes. However, bimodal grain size distribution results in inhomogeneous NO distribution, or vice versa. Here, we report that density of NOs in small grains (2 µm) before and after irradiation. After 6 dpa neutron irradiation at 385-430 °C, α' precipitation has been observed in these alloys; however, their size and number d...

Causally Modeling Adaptation to the Environment.

Brandon claims that to explain adaptation one must specify fitnesses in each selective environment and specify the distribution of individuals across selective environments. Glymour claims, using an example of the adaptive evolution of costly plasticity in a symmetric environment, that there are some predictive or explanatory tasks for which Brandon's claim is limited. In this paper, I provide necessary conditions for carrying out Brandon's task, produce a new version of the argument for his claim, and show...

Comparison of the use of lung ultrasound and chest radiography in the diagnosis of rib fractures: a systematic review.

It is well-recognised that the detection of rib fractures is unreliable using chest radiograph. The aim of this systematic review was to investigate whether the use of lung ultrasound is superior in accuracy to chest radiography, in the diagnosis of rib fractures following blunt chest wall trauma.

Over-the-counter Weight-Loss Herbal Supplements in Egypt: Label Claim, Microbiological, Pharmaceutical Quality and Safety Assessments.

Nutraceuticals are advertised and sold with the label claim of being natural and safe herbal products. Due to the absence of clear regulations and guidelines for safety assessments of these products, nutraceuticals are commonly adulterated in order to increase sales. The objective of the current study was to design a comprehensive evaluation system to assess the safety, efficacy, authenticity according to label claim and pharmaceutical quality, of herbal slimming products in between 2015 and 2017.

Listeriosis in Pregnancy: A Review.

Listeriosis is a rare foodborne condition that can cause serious health consequences in neonates and pregnant women. can be vertically transmitted to the fetus, resulting in adverse maternal, fetal, and neonatal outcomes. In this review, we summarize what is currently known about listeriosis in pregnancy and review the current management and treatment recommendations.

A Contemporary Medicolegal Analysis of Outpatient Interventional Pain Procedures: 2009-2016.

Closed malpractice claim studies allow a review of rare but often severe complications, yielding useful insight into improving patient safety and decreasing practitioner liability.

Comparative effectiveness analysis of Medicare dialysis facility survey processes.

To assure and improve the quality and safety of care provided by dialysis facilities, federal oversight has been conducted through periodic survey assessment. However, with the growing number of individuals living with ESRD and dialysis facilities, state survey agencies have faced challenges in time and resources to complete survey activities. Therefore, the survey process ('Basic Survey' used prior to 2013) was redesigned in order to develop a more efficient process ('Core Survey' newly implemented since 2...

Following Cochrane review protocols to completion ten years later: a retrospective cohort study and author survey.

We analyzed patterns of publication of Cochrane review protocols (CRPs).

Association between Availability of Neighborhood Fast Food Outlets and Overweight Among 5⁻18 Year-Old Children in Peninsular Malaysia: A Cross-Sectional Study.

A growing number of fast-food outlets in close proximity to residential areas raises a question as to its impact on childhood overweight and obesity. This study aimed at determining the relationship between the availability of fast-food outlets that were in close proximity to residential areas and overweight among Malaysian children aged 5 to 18 years. Measurement data on the weight and height of 5544 children (2797 boys, 2747 girls) were obtained from the National Health and Morbidity Survey 2011. Overweig...

Denitrification as an NO sink.

The strong greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (NO) can be emitted from wastewater treatment systems as a byproduct of ammonium oxidation and as the last intermediate in the stepwise reduction of nitrate to N by denitrifying organisms. A potential strategy to reduce NO emissions would be to enhance the activity of NO reductase (NOS) in the denitrifying microbial community. A survey of existing literature on denitrification in wastewater treatment systems showed that the NO reducing capacity (V) exceeded the capaci...

Sleeping in Doesn't Mitigate Metabolic Changes Linked to Sleep Deficit.

Altruism and the pressure to share: Lab evidence from Tanzania.

We propose a novel laboratory experiment to document the pressure to share income within social networks in Africa. We find that the redistributive pressure exerted via the possibility of receiving a claim increases altruism, while the possibility of hiding from such claim reduces it. Our results indicate that sharing norms are crucial drivers of giving to other members of the network. We also find that pressure to share has a detrimental effect on the undertaking of profitable but risky investments.

3D printing for heart valve disease: a systematic review.

Current developments showed a fast-increasing implementation and use of three-dimensional (3D) printing in medical applications. Our aim was to review the literature regarding the application of 3D printing to cardiac valve disease.

Acetic acid as a decontamination method for carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae colonized sink drains in an ICU and its effect on CPE infections.

Carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae (CPE) are emerging pathogens in the last decade. In Belgium, the OXA-48 carbapenemase resistance gene is most frequently identified. Sink drains in ICU's are known to be colonized by Gram-negative bacilli. A correlation between environmental contamination and CPE infections at ICUs has been established. A long-term CPE epidemic in one of our ICU wards proved difficult to control.

Commentary: Who doesn't have abnormal myocardial strain?

Event/Self-Triggered Control for Leader-Following Consensus Over Unreliable Network With DoS Attacks.

This paper investigates the leader-following consensus issue with event/self-triggered schemes under an unreliable network environment. First, we characterize network communication and control protocol update in the presence of denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. In this situation, an event-triggered communication scheme is first proposed to effectively schedule information transmission over the network possibly subject to malicious attacks. In this communication framework, synchronous and asynchronous updated...

Asking Survey Questions About Criminal Justice Involvement.

Criminal justice involvement is a multifaceted construct encompassing various forms of contact with the criminal justice system. It is a sensitive topic to ask about in surveys and also a sensitive topic for respondents to answer. This article provides guidance for writing survey questions on criminal justice involvement, starting with a review of potential causes for reporting error and nonresponse error associated with survey questions on criminal justice involvement. Questions about criminal justice invo...

Sugar Partitioning and Source-Sink Interaction are Key Determinants of Leaf Senescence in Maize.

Source-sink communication is one of the key regulators of senescence; however, the mechanisms underlying such regulation are largely unknown. We analyzed senescence induced by the lack of grain sink in maize, termed source-sink regulated senescence (SSRS), and compared the associated physiological and metabolic changes with those accompanying natural senescence. Phenotypic characterization 31 diverse field-grown inbreds revealed substantial variation for both SSRS and natural senescence. Partitioning of exc...


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