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Evaluation of the Functional Mobility Assessment Through Rasch Analysis.

To determine the effectiveness of the Functional Mobility Assessment when measuring an individual's satisfaction with functional mobility.


Screening for temporomandibular disorders : A sensible approach?

Temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) are typically characterized by pain in the masticatory muscles and temporomandibular joints (TMJs) and by limitation of mandibular mobility. In June 2019, the German Society of Craniomandibular Function and Disorders presented a screening tool to identify individuals with TMDs. The assessment tool consists of patient history (three questions related to jaw pain, one question related to impaired mandibular mobility) and a clinical examination (palpation of masticatory mus...

The Use of Mobility Devices and Personal Assistance: A Joint Modeling Approach.

To examine whether mobility device use substitutes for personal assistance among U.S. older adults. Using the National Health and Aging Trends Study, we identified 3,211 community-living older adults (aged 65 and older) who reported mobility difficulties at baseline. We used recursive bivariate probit models to simultaneously estimate the effect of covariates on the likelihood of using (a) mobility devices and (b) personal assistance to accommodate mobility difficulty. Independent variables included age, g...


DNA damage triggers increased mobility of chromosomes in G1 phase cells.

During S phase in chromosomal loci become mobile in response to DNA double-strand breaks both at the break site (local mobility) and throughout the nucleus (global mobility). Increased nuclear exploration is regulated by the recombination machinery and the DNA damage checkpoint, and is likely an important aspect of homology search. While mobility in response to DNA damage has been studied extensively in S phase, the response in interphase has not, and the question of whether homologous recombination procee...

Intergenerational educational mobility and smoking: a study of 20 European countries using diagonal reference models.

Intergenerational educational mobility can be particularly relevant for smoking because it implies moving from individuals' family background to a new position in the social hierarchy. Existing research, however, does not provide an answer as to how the process of mobility, per se, is associated with the likelihood of smoking.

Psychological consequences of relational mobility.

Relational mobility is a socio-ecological variable that represents how much freedom and opportunity a society affords individuals to select and replace interpersonal relationships based on their personal preferences. As a socio-ecological dimension of variation in human societies, relational mobility can vary between countries, regions, and different points in history. In this article, we review evidence on how societal differences in relational mobility may lead to differences in behavioral and psychologic...

The psychology of residential mobility: a decade of progress.

Residential mobility has become a common experience for people in most parts of the world. As the number of people moving to different cities, states, and countries increases, it is critical to understand how this residential mobility affects one's thoughts, emotions, and actions. Psychological research on residential mobility over a decade is such an endeavor. We briefly summarize the earlier research in psychology that demonstrated the importance of residential mobility in understanding important psycholo...

Mobility performance among healthy older adults eligible for long-term care in Japan: a prospective observational study.

Disability is an important health problem among older individuals, prompting the need for long-term care. Age-related disability is usually associated with mobility; however, little is known about the association between mobility and long-term care. Therefore, this study aimed to clarify the association between the timed up and go (TUG) test measuring mobility and long-term care eligibility.

"That crosscountry 1969 vw squareback and holiday inn affair": lesbian mobility.

This article argues that lesbian mobility contributed to the development of lesbian identity in North America in the 1960s and 1970s. Drawing primarily on published accounts, it explores the ways in which women achieved and sustained their lesbian identity in part through their access to what cultural geographers term a transportation assemblage or constellation of mobility. This was constituted through the symbolic meaning of mobility for predominantly white women, the existence of new highway networks and...

Impact of a Progressive Mobility Program on the Functional Status, Respiratory and Muscular Systems of ICU Patients: A Randomized and Controlled Trial.

The aim was to investigate whether patients who participated in a mobility program in the ICU performed better on functional status, muscle, mobility, and respiratory assessments upon discharge than patients who received conventional physiotherapy.

Correlation between mobility and the hydrogen bonding network of water at an electrified-graphite electrode using molecular dynamics simulation.

Focusing on the electric double layer formed at aqueous solution/graphite electrode interfaces, we investigated the relationship between the mobility of interfacial water and its hydrogen bonding networks by using molecular dynamics simulations. We focused on the mobility of the first hydration layer constructed nearest to the electrode. The mobility was determined by calculating the diffusion coefficient which showed an opposite trend to that of the applied potential polarity. The mobility decreased upon p...

Enzyme stoichiometry indicates the variation of microbial nutrient requirements at different soil depths in subtropical forests.

Soil extracellular enzyme activities and associated enzymatic stoichiometry are considered sensitive indicators of nutrient availability and microbial substrate limitation. However, many of previous studies have been focusing on uppermost soil layer with a single enzyme as representative of the whole nutrient acquisition, leading to critical uncertainties in understanding soil nutrient availability and its relationship with microbial activities in deeper soils. In the current study, we investigated C-, N- a...

Dual Mobility Cups in Revision Total Hip Arthroplasty: Efficient Strategy to Decrease Dislocation Risk.

Revision total hip arthroplasty (rTHA) is a challenging surgery with a higher rate of complications than primary arthroplasty, particularly instability and aseptic loosening. The purpose of this study is to compare dual mobility cup (DMC) and standard mobility cup (SMC) in all rTHAs performed at our institution over a decade with a 1 year minimum follow-up.

Mapping human mobility during the third and second millennia BC in present-day Denmark.

We present results of the largest multidisciplinary human mobility investigation to date of skeletal remains from present-day Denmark encompassing the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC. Through a multi-analytical approach based on 88 individuals from 37 different archaeological localities in which we combine strontium isotope and radiocarbon analyses together with anthropological investigations, we explore whether there are significant changes in human mobility patterns during this period. Overall, our data suggest ...

Creating and Validating a Shortened Version of the Community Balance and Mobility Scale for Application in People Who Are 61 to 70 Years of Age.

The Community Balance & Mobility Scale (CBM) was shown to be reliable and valid for detecting subtle balance and mobility deficits in people who are 61 to 70 years of age. However, item redundancy and assessment time call for a shortened version.

Polaron Mobility in the "Beyond Quasiparticles" Regime.

In a number of physical situations, from polarons to Dirac liquids and to non-Fermi liquids, one encounters the "beyond quasiparticles" regime, in which the inelastic scattering rate exceeds the thermal energy of quasiparticles. Transport in this regime cannot be described by the kinetic equation. We employ the diagrammatic Monte Carlo method to study the mobility of a Fröhlich polaron in this regime and discover a number of nonperturbative effects: a strong violation of the Mott-Ioffe-Regel criterion at ...

A meta-analysis of crop response patterns to nitrogen limitation for improved model representation.

The representation of carbon-nitrogen (N) interactions in global models of the natural or managed land surface remains an important knowledge gap. To improve global process-based models we require a better understanding of how N limitation affects photosynthesis and plant growth. Here we present the findings of a meta-analysis to quantitatively assess the impact of N limitation on source (photosynthate production) versus sink (photosynthate use) activity, based on 77 highly controlled experimental N availab...

Water Depth Underpins the Relative Role and Fates of Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Lakes.

Eutrophication mitigation is an ongoing priority for aquatic ecosystems. However, the current eutrophication control strategies (phosphorus (P) and/or nitrogen (N)) are guided mainly by nutrient addition experiments in small waters without encompassing all in-lake biogeochemical processes that are associated largely with lake morphological characteristics. Here we use a global lake data set (573 lakes) to show that the relative roles of N vs. P in affecting eutrophication are underpinned by water depth. Mea...

Extreme root resorption in orthodontic practice: teeth do not have to be replaced with implants.

The replacement of natural teeth that have extreme external apical root resorption, induced by orthodontic treatment, with osseointegrated implants is not justifiable biologically or clinically. These teeth should be preserved and keep their normal functions, as there is no greater mobility, pain or color change. They may undergo usual procedures, such as bleaching, restorations with veneers and other esthetic procedures that may be necessary along life. The pulp of these teeth is normal. If mobility of a t...

Utility of 2D-ultrasound in pelvic floor muscle contraction and bladder neck mobility assessment in women with urinary incontinence.

Assessment of pelvic floor muscle (PFM) contraction and bladder neck (BN) mobility in women with stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is essentially clinical. Ultrasound is increasingly used as a method for evaluating BN mobility and PFM contraction, but has not been standardized. The aim of this study was to review ultrasound technics and parameters that might be relevant for PFM contraction and BN mobility assessment in women with urinary incontinence (UI).

Ankylosing spondylitis presenting with enthesitis at an uncommon site and fever of unknown origin.

A 58-year-old man presented with a 2-month history of arthralgia and bilateral temporal region pain, and a 1-month history of fever. He had had refractory neck pain since his 20s. Reduced cervical and lumbar mobility was observed. Radiographs of cervical and thoracic vertebrae disclosed syndesmophytes. Pelvic radiographs showed sclerosis in the right sacroiliac joint and ankylosis in the left sacroiliac joint. MRI with contrast enhancement showed enthesitis in the upper extremities and enhancement in the bi...

Dengue illness impacts daily human mobility patterns in Iquitos, Peru.

Human mobility plays a central role in shaping pathogen transmission by generating spatial and/or individual variability in potential pathogen-transmitting contacts. Recent research has shown that symptomatic infection can influence human mobility and pathogen transmission dynamics. Better understanding the complex relationship between symptom severity, infectiousness, and human mobility requires quantification of movement patterns throughout infectiousness. For dengue virus (DENV), human infectiousness pea...

The application of a novel cyclic ion mobility-mass spectrometer to the analysis of synthetic polymers: A preliminary evaluation.

Mass spectrometry (MS) is often employed in the characterisation of synthetic polymers. As polymer architecture becomes more complex, ion mobility (IM) is increasingly being coupled with MS to provide an additional dimension of separation, along with structural information. Here we explore the use of a novel cyclic ion mobility (cIM) mass spectrometer for the analysis of a co-polymer sample.

Is Isolated Mobile Component Exchange an Option in the Management of Intraprosthetic Dislocation of a Dual Mobility Cup?

Intraprosthetic dislocation is a specific complication of dual mobility cups, although it occurs less frequently with the latest generations of implants. Intraprosthetic dislocation is related to long-term polyethylene wear of the mobile component chamfer and retentive area, leading to a snap-out of the femoral head. With the increased use of dual mobility cups, even in younger and active patients, the management of intraprosthetic dislocation should be defined according to its type. However, no previous st...

Application of inorganic phosphate limitation to efficient isoprene production in Pantoea ananatis.

Establishment of an efficient isoprene-fermentation process by adopting inorganic phosphate limitation as the trigger to direct metabolic flux to the isoprene-synthesis pathway.


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