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Transition path sampling of rare events by shooting from the top.

Transition path sampling is a powerful tool in the study of rare events. Shooting trial trajectories from configurations along existing transition paths proved particularly efficient in the sampling of reactive trajectories. However, most shooting attempts tend not to result in transition paths, in particular in cases where the transition dynamics has diffusive character. To overcome the resulting efficiency problem, we developed an algorithm for "shooting from the top." We first define a shooting range thr...

Use of Fat Grafts in Facial Reconstruction on the Wounded Soldiers From the First World War (WWI) by Hippolyte Morestin (1869-1919).

During the Great War of 1914 to 1918, spectacular progress was made in the field of facial reconstruction. The sheer number and severity of facial lesions inflicted during the fighting obliged French and German surgeons to take a close interest in the treatment of patients wounded in such a manner. As head surgeon of the fifth division "blessés de la face" at the hospital of Val-de-Grace, Hippolyte Morestin was responsible for one of the largest surgical departments specializing in facial surgery and recon...

Red Cross war hospital in Rijeka (1914-1918).

The article describes how the system of medical care for wounded soldiers in Rijeka during the First World War was organized. In the Austro-Hungarian Empire the hospital care for sick and wounded soldiers, except of a military health care, was under the exclusive jurisdiction of the Red Cross. The Municipal Committee of the Hungarian Red Cross in Rijeka, established in 1881, renewed its previously suspended activity in August 1914, with the task of starting a war hospital for wounded soldiers. For this purp...

Photobiomodulation alters matrix protein activity in stressed fibroblast cells in vitro.

A balance is maintained between matrix synthesis and degradation, and a prolonged increase in matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) affects healing. Photobiomodulation (PBM) speeds up healing and alters wound environment. The study aimed to determine changes in protein and gene expression of collagen type 1 (Col-I), MMP-3 and -9 and TIMP-1 in fibroblasts irradiated at 660 or 830 nm. Commercially purchased human skin fibroblast cells were modeled into five groups: namely, normal, normal wounded, diabetic wounded,...

The use of unburned propellant powder for shooting-distance determination. Part II: Diphenylamine reaction.

Shooting samples were produced on standard textile pats of six different ammunition types: four ammunitions with exclusively infrared luminescent propellant powder particles, one containing a mixture of luminescent and non-luminescent particles and one with only non-luminescent particles. Unburned propellant powder particles in the gunshot residue (GSR) on the textile of each sample were transferred onto TLC-plates with the aid of an organic solvent. The patterns of the partially and the all-luminescent pro...

Getting the Ring(Worm): how a nightclub experience taught me the importance of interprofessional communication in healthcare.

Two halves make a whole: Both first responders and experts are needed for the management and identification of the dead in large disasters.

Catastrophic natural disasters are a regular global issue claiming thousands of lives and having severe and long lasting consequences for communities. Along with the rescue and care of survivors and the provision of basic services, managing the dead in a proper and dignified manner is one of the three pillars of disaster response. Since the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, progress to facilitate better coordination in the management of the dead has been made. Two guidelines contributing to this positive trend are...

Influence of bioenergy waste biochar on proton- and ligand-promoted release of Pb and Cu in a shooting range soil.

Presence of organic and inorganic acids influences the release rates of trace metals (TMs) bound in contaminated soil systems. This study aimed to investigate the influence of bioenergy waste biochar, derived from Gliricidia sepium (GBC), on the proton and ligand-induced bioavailability of Pb and Cu in a shooting range soil (17,066mg Pb and 1134mg Cu per kg soil) in the presence of inorganic (sulfuric, nitric, and hydrochloric) and organic acids (acetic, citric, and oxalic). Release rates of Pb and Cu in th...

Findings of Changes in Primary Metabolism for the Production of Phenolic Antioxidants in Wounded Carrots.

Wounding stress induced the accumulation of phenolic antioxidants in carrot tissue. This study has gone further to understand the relationship between the primary metabolisms and the secondary metabolites in wounded carrots. The results showed that increased wounding intensity strengthened the accumulation of phenolics, accompanied by enhancing the respiration rate, the loss of fructose and glucose and the ATP's synthesis and energy charge in carrot. Besides, transcriptomic evaluation of shredded carrots in...

Most badgers culled by controlled shooting.

Equipping military nurses with evidence to care for the wounded.

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Alcohol-induced risk behaviors among Brazilian nightclub patrons: a latent class analysis.

The aim of this study is to identify risk behavior profiles associated with alcohol consumption among patrons during or just after departure from nightclubs in São Paulo, Brazil.

Repeatability and variability of total T4 measurements at three German veterinary laboratories.

To evaluate the reproducibility of serum testing for total thyroxine (T4) in three German laboratories.

Syzygium mundagam bark methanol extract restores skin to normal in diabetic wounded rats.

Diabetic wounds have been identified as one of the major complications associated with diabetes. This study features the use of Syzygium mundagam bark methanol (SMBM) extract in the treatment of wounds in Streptozotocin-Nicotinamide induced diabetic rats. The extract ointment base, at 1 and 2% respectively, was applied to the wounded areas on the rats and monitored for 21days. The wound closure, epithelialization period and histopathology of the wounds were evaluated during the study. Both the concentration...

Humoral immune parameters in serum of gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata L.) after induced skin injury.

Skin lesions contribute to significant rates of morbidity and mortality in fish because they permit the entry of pathogens. Different seric immune parameters (IgM level, protease, antiprotease, peroxidase and lysozyme) and bactericidal activity (against Vibrio harveyi and Photobacterium damsealae) of gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata L.) specimens were evaluated after experimentally wounding fish in two body locations (above or below the lateral line). The results demonstrate that the level of several immune...

The reception of darwin in late nineteenth-century German paleontology as a case of pyrrhic victory.

This paper investigates German-speaking paleontologists' reception of Darwin's thought and the ways in which they negotiated their space of knowledge production accordingly. In German-speaking regions, the majority of paleontologists welcomed Darwin's magnum opus, since it granted paleontology an independent voice within biology, and thus a new institutional setting. However, in the process of negotiating the features of paleontology within the Darwinian framework, German paleontologists constrained their p...

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) in Juvenile and Adult Type 1 Diabetes in a German/Austrian Cohort.

Context While an association between PCOS and type 2 diabetes is well established, to date there have been few data on clinical care of type 1 diabetes (T1D) patients with PCOS. Objective The aim of our study was to characterize T1D patients with the comorbidity of PCOS within the DPV cohort with regard to diabetes phenotype, therapy and metabolic control. Design and Setting Clinical data from the prospective German/Austrian DPV cohort on patients with T1D and documented PCOS (n=76) were compared to female ...

Multi-rate acquisition for dead time reduction in magnetic resonance receivers: Application to imaging with zero echo time.

For magnetic resonance imaging of tissues with very short transverse relaxation times, radio-frequency excitation must be immediately followed by data acquisition with fast spatial encoding. In zero-echo-time (ZTE) imaging, excitation is performed while the readout gradient is already on, causing data loss due to an initial dead time. One major dead time contribution is the settling time of the filters involved in signal down-conversion. In this work, a multi-rate acquisition scheme is proposed to minimize ...

Pulsed optically pumped atomic clock with zero-dead-time.

By alternatively operating two pulsed optically pumped (POP) atomic clocks, the dead time in a single clock can be eliminated, and the local oscillator can be discriminated continuously. A POP atomic clock with a zero-dead-time (ZDT) method is then insensitive to the microwave phase noise. From τ = 0.01 to 1 s, the Allan deviation of the ZDT-POP clock is reduced as nearly τ-1, which is significantly faster than τ-1/2 of a conventional clock. During 1-40 s, the Allan deviation returns to τ-1/2. Moreover,...

Pulmonary Dead Space Fraction and Extubation Success in Children After Cardiac Surgery.

1) Determine the correlation between pulmonary dead space fraction and extubation success in postoperative pediatric cardiac patients; and 2) document the natural history of pulmonary dead space fractions, dynamic compliance, and airway resistance during the first 72 hours postoperatively in postoperative pediatric cardiac patients.

Autopsy Case of a Penetrating Wound to the Left Cerebral Hemisphere Caused by an Accidental Shooting With a Crossbow.

A crossbow is a bow that shoots an arrow when a gun-like trigger is pulled. Deaths caused by accidental crossbow shootings are extremely rare. Here we describe an autopsy case of a penetrating wound to the left cerebral hemisphere caused by an accidental shooting with a crossbow. A man in his early 60s who lived with his wife and had used crossbows for 20 years as his hobby was found one early morning in the shed of his house, collapsed and bleeding from the head and neck. He was taken to a hospital and die...

Comments to the Editor Concerning the Paper Entitled "Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Diabetic Cardiomyopathy: Effect of Mesenchymal Stem Cell with PPAR-γ Agonist or Exendin-4" Mohamed Abd Elaziz Wassef et al.

Discussing euthanasia in two German states: scientific terminology and public discourse in the German Democratic Republic and the Federal Republic of Germany.

Discussions on euthanasia ("Sterbehilfe") that took place in the German Democratic Republic (GDR) have remained widely unnoticed by the historical sciences. By referring to various publications dating from the 1950s until today, this paper presents the basic ideas of the debate on euthanasia in the GDR and compares them-partly synchronically, partly diachronically-with the situation in the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). A special focus is placed on positions and terminology related to medical ethics at...

An internet-based survey of 96 German-speaking users of "bath salts": frequent complications, risky sexual behavior, violence, and delinquency.

To define the demographics of German-speaking "bath salt" users.

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