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Business travel-associated illness: a GeoSentinel analysis.

Analysis of a large cohort of business travelers will help clinicians focus on frequent and serious illnesses. We aimed to describe travel-related health problems in business travelers.

Business Education for Plastic Surgeons: A Systematic Review, Development, and Implementation of a Business Principles Curriculum in a Residency Program.

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Unusual eigenmodes of wire-medium endoscopes: impact on transmission properties.

Wire-medium endoscopes represent a promising tool of THz sensing/imaging. Bending should not critically harm the endoscope operation and the issue of bending losses is that of key importance for any endoscope. In this paper we show that the frequency-averaged power transmittance of a wire-medium endoscope is weakly sensitive to the bending. However, the frequency dispersion of the power loss/transmittance of the endoscope is strongly oscillating. Frequency maxima of the loss factor result from unusual eigen...

Addressing Student Burnout: What Medical Schools Can Learn From Business Schools.

Although they enter school with enthusiasm for a career in medicine, medical students in the United States subsequently report high levels of burnout and disillusionment. As medical school leaders consider how to address this problem, they can look to business schools as one source of inspiration. In this Commentary, the authors argue-based on their collective experience in both medical and business education-that medical schools can draw three lessons from business schools that can help reinvigorate studen...

Palatal Wiring: Renewing an Old Technique (Circumpalatal Wiring).

Circumpalatal wiring has 2 negative points. The first is premature loosening of the wire and the second is tongue irritation caused by exposed wire in roof of the mouth. In this article, a modified technique (palatal wiring) is introduced in which these 2 problems are targeted. In this technique, a small bur hole is created into the hard palate, without the need for flap reflection and wire is passed through it, grasps in the nose, and returns to the oral cavity via sublabial puncture point then 2 ends are ...

Business Leadership in Global Climate Change Responses.

In the 2015 Paris Climate Change Agreement, 195 countries committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in recognition of the scientific consensus on the consequences of climate change, including substantial public health burdens. In June 2017, however, US president Donald Trump announced that the United States would not implement the Paris Agreement. We highlight the business community's backing for climate change action in the United States. Just as the US federal government is backing away from its Pari...

A 3D printed aortic arch template to facilitate decision-making regarding the use of an externalized transapical wire during thoracic endovascular aneurysm repair.

Thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR) is an established treatment option, though some anatomical challenges require a through-and-through wire technique, and subsequently transapical access via minithoracotomy can be required. It is clear that an objective tool to facilitate decision-making is needed. A 3D print of a severely angulated aortic arch was used as a template to advance a stent-graft and this was achieved after pulling the top of the wire. This simulation assisted in decision-making relatin...

Suture and Splint Compared With K-Wire Fixation for Open Zone 1 Extensor Tendon Injuries.

Extensor tendon injuries are classified as per the zone of injury. Zone 1 injuries disrupt the lateral bands with resultant inability to extend the distal interphalangeal joint. Open Zone 1 injuries have many well-described treatment options. To date, none of these have been compared directly. Our aim was to compare the benefit of additional Kirschner-wire fixation with suture repair and splinting of open Zone 1 extensor tendon injuries. We performed a retrospective cohort analysis comparing 2 different sur...

Business performance management in university hospitals: a diagnosis in Brazilian institutions.

To investigate whether business performance management practices are used by Brazilian federal university hospitals, and if so, to determine which practices are used and explore characteristics that may be related to their adoption.

Design and Fabrication of a Miniaturized GMI Magnetic Sensor Based on Amorphous Wire by MEMS Technology.

A miniaturized Co-based amorphous wire GMI (Giant magneto-impedance) magnetic sensor was designed and fabricated in this paper. The Co-based amorphous wire was used as the sense element due to its high sensitivity to the magnetic field. A three-dimensional micro coil surrounding the Co-based amorphous wire was fabricated by MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical System) technology, which was used to extract the electrical signal. The three-dimensional micro pick-up coil was designed and simulated with HFSS (High Fr...

Evaluation of airborne asbestos exposure from routine handling of asbestos-containing wire gauze pads in the research laboratory.

Three independently conducted asbestos exposure evaluations were conducted using wire gauze pads similar to standard practice in the laboratory setting. All testing occurred in a controlled atmosphere inside an enclosed chamber simulating a laboratory setting. Separate teams consisting of a laboratory technician, or technician and assistant simulated common tasks involving wire gauze pads, including heating and direct wire gauze manipulation. Area and personal air samples were collected and evaluated for as...

Safety Talk and Safety Culture: Discursive Repertoires as Indicators of Workplace Safety and Health Practice and Readiness to Change.

Small construction businesses (SCBs) account for a disproportionate share of occupational injuries, days lost, and fatalities in the US and other modern economies. Owner/managers of SCBs confront risks associated with their own and workers' safety and business survival, and their occupational safety and health (OSH) related values and practices are key drivers of safety and business outcomes. Given owner/mangers are the key to understanding and affecting change in smaller firms, as well as the pressing need...

Single-Mode Phononic Wire.

Photons and electrons transmit information to form complex systems and networks. Phonons on the other hand, the quanta of mechanical motion, are often considered only as carriers of thermal energy. Nonetheless, their flow can also be molded in fabricated nanoscale circuits. We design and experimentally demonstrate wires for phonons by patterning the surface of a silicon chip. Our device eliminates all but one channel of phonon conduction, allowing coherent phonon transport over millimeter length scales. We ...

Recognition of Broken Wire Rope Based on Remanence using EEMD and Wavelet Methods.

The magnetic flux leakage method is widely used for non-destructive testing in wire rope applications. A non-destructive testing device for wire rope based on remanence was designed to solve the problems of large volume, low accuracy, and complex operations seen in traditional devices. A wavelet denoising method based on ensemble empirical mode decomposition was proposed to reduce the system noise in broken wire rope testing. After extracting the defects image, the wavelet super-resolution reconstruction te...

Strangulation of the heart presenting as sudden cardiac death: A deadly but forgotten complication of epicardial pacing device.

Strangulation of the heart appears to be an exceedingly rare mechanical phenomenon that can develop with epicardial pacing wires in individuals undergoing somatic growth. Over the passage of time, owing to size mismatch between a fixed wire length and dynamically growing heart, the epicardial wire may embed around the heart resulting in the progressive over-pressurizing of involved cardiac structures. Depending on the location of the peak constriction pressures, cardiac strangulation may damagingly affect c...

How to Prevent K-wire Bounce in Oblique Supracondylar Humerus Fractures.

Supracondylar humerus fractures with an obliquely oriented fracture pattern can pose a clinical challenge in obtaining adequate fixation. Traditionally, 1.6mm Kirchner wires are utilized for fracture fixation when pinning pediatric supracondylar humerus fractures. However, when pinning across obliquely oriented fractures the angle of pin inclination may increase to the point where the 1.6mm k-wire cannot penetrate the far cortex. We have found that when pinning oblique supracondylar humerus fractures utiliz...

Solution of magnetohydrodynamic flow and heat transfer of radiative viscoelastic fluid with temperature dependent viscosity in wire coating analysis.

Wire coating process is a continuous extrusion process for primary insulation of conducting wires with molten polymers for mechanical strength and protection in aggressive environments. In the present study, radiative melt polymer satisfying third grade fluid model is used for wire coating process. The effect of magnetic parameter, thermal radiation parameter and temperature dependent viscosity on wire coating analysis has been investigated. Reynolds model and Vogel's models have been incorporated for varia...

Essential learning tools for continuing medical education for physicians, geneticists, nurses, allied health professionals, mental health professionals, business administration professionals, and reproductive endocrinology and infertility (REI) fellows: the Midwest Reproductive Symposium International.

Essential learning tools for continuing medical education are a challenge in today's rapidly evolving field of reproductive medicine. The Midwest Reproductive Symposium International (MRSi) is a yearly conference held in Chicago, IL. The conference is targeted toward physicians, geneticists, nurses, allied health professionals, mental health professionals, business administration professionals, and reproductive endocrinology and infertility (REI) fellows engaged in the practice of reproductive medicine. In ...

Diagnostic and Prognostic Efficacy of Coronary Flow Capacity Obtained Using Pressure-Temperature Sensor-Tipped Wire-Derived Physiological Indices.

This study aimed to evaluate the feasibility and efficacy of pressure-temperature sensor-tipped wire-derived coronary flow capacity (PTW-CFC) for assessing flow impairment and prognosis.

Differences in labour participation between people living with HIV and the general population: Results from Spain along the business cycle.

HIV/AIDS (Human immunodeficiency virus/Acquired immune deficiency syndrome) not only has a strong impact on the health of the worldwide population but also affects the labour status of HIV-positive people. The primary aim of this paper is to compare the labour participation of people living with HIV (PlwHIV) with the labour participation of the general population along the last business cycle in Spain.

Photoinduced proton transfer inside an engineered green fluorescent protein: a stepwise-concerted-hybrid reaction.

Photoactivated proton transfer (PT) wire is responsible for the glow of green fluorescent protein (GFP), which is crucial for bioimaging and biomedicine. In this work, a new GFP-S65T/S205V double mutant is developed from wild-type GFP in which the PT wire is significantly modified. We implement femtosecond transient absorption (fs-TA) and femtosecond stimulated Raman spectroscopy (FSRS) to delineate the PT process in action. The excited state proton transfer proceeds on the ∼110 ps timescale, which infers...

Compact broadband low-loss taper for coupling to a silicon nitride photonic wire.

We demonstrate an ultra-compact waveguide taper on a silicon nitride platform. The proposed taper provides a coupling efficiency of 95% at a length of 19.5 μm in comparison to the standard linear taper of length 50 μm, which connects a 10 μm wide waveguide to a 1 μm wide photonic wire. The taper has a spectral response >75% spanning over 800 nm and resilience to fabrication variations; ±200  nm change in taper and end waveguide width varies transmission by

A bio-inspired model for bidirectional polarisation detection.

This study investigated a novel polarisation detection model based on the microstructure of rhabdom in mantis shrimp eyes, in which a single unit can detect two directions of orthogonal polarisation. The bionic model incorporated multi-layered orthogonal Si wire grids, and the finite-difference time-domain method was used to simulate light absorption. A single-layer Si wire grid was simulated to study the effects of thickness and duty cycle on extinction ratios. A multi-layer orthogonal wire grid was ...

Tilted-wire method for measuring resolution properties of CT images under extremely low-contrast and high-noise conditions.

Edge methods are predominantly used for modulation transfer function (MTF) measurements in computed tomography (CT) images reconstructed using iterative methods. However, edge methods employ a relatively large and distinct test object, which is intended to simulate relatively large and distinct clinical organs. If one wants to assess the image quality of a small low-contrast object that is visually indistinct against a noisy background, a small and indistinct test object is desired. Another concern is that ...

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