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Analytical performance evaluation of the new GEM® Premier™ 5000 analyzer in comparison to the GEM® Premier™ 4000 and the RapidPoint® 405 systems.

Blood gas analysis (BGA) is essential for the diagnosis and management of acid-base imbalances. We evaluated and compared the analytical characteristics of the new GEM® Premier™ 5000 (GP5000) (Instrumentation Laboratory, Bedford, MA, United States) BGA point-of-care (POC) device with those of the GEM® Premier™ 4000 (GP4000) (Instrumentation Laboratory, Bedford, MA, United States) and RapidPoint® 405 (RP405) (Siemens Healthcare, Milan, Italy) POC analyzers. The effect of sample mixing on patient resul...


Diagnostic d'une dysplasie rénale multikystique fœtale au premier trimestre de grossesse par échographies 2D et 3D.

Automatic hip geometric feature extraction in dxa imaging using regional random forest.

Hip fracture is considered one of the salient disability factors across the global population. People with hip fractures are prone to become permanently disabled or die from complications. Although currently the premier determiner, bone mineral density has some notable limitations in terms of hip fracture risk assessment.


Falsely high HbA value due to a novel α1-globin gene mutation: Hb shantou α127(H10)Lys > Glu; HBA1: c.382 A > G.

Hemoglobin A (HbA) is a widely utilized biomarker for the diagnosis and management of diabetes mellitus. Here, we describe an α1-globin chain hemoglobin variant and investigate its effect on HbA measurement. A 26-year-old pregnant woman was suspected to harbor a hemoglobin variant following HbA measurement during a routine prenatal examination using D10 (Bio-Rad). An oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) was performed using an AU5800 clinical chemistry system (Beckman Coulter). HbA was reanalyzed using VII-T ...

Effects of playing position, pitch location, opposition ability and team ability on the technical performance of elite soccer players in different score line states.

The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of playing position, pitch location, team ability and opposition ability on technical performance variables (pass, cross, corner, free kick accuracy) of English Premier League Soccer players in difference score line states. A validated automatic tracking system (Venatrack) was used to code player actions in real time for passing accuracy, cross accuracy, corner accuracy and free kick accuracy. In total 376 of the 380 games played during the 2011-12 En...

Individualizing Acceleration in English Premier League Academy Soccer Players.

Abbott, W, Brickley, G, Smeeton, NJ, and Mills, S. Individualizing acceleration in English Premier League academy soccer players. J Strength Cond Res XX(X): 000-000, 2018-Global thresholds are typically used to band acceleration dependent on intensity. However, global thresholds do not account for variation in individual capacities, failing to quantify true intensity of acceleration. Previous research has investigated discrepancies in high-speed distance produced using global and individual speed thresholds...

Exercising choice and control: A qualitative meta-synthesis of perspectives of people with a spinal cord injury.

To systematically search the literature and construct a meta-synthesis of how choice and control are perceived by people with spinal cord injury (SCI) DATA SOURCES: Medline, Academic Search Premier, CINAHL, Cochrane, EMBASE, HealthSource, ProQuest, PsychInfo, SAGE and SCOPUS were searched from 1980 until September 2018 including all languages. Reference lists of selected studies were also reviewed.

Commentary: When You Know Better, Do Better.

As the world prepares to celebrate the remarkable life and contributions of Florence Nightingale on her 200th birthday in 2020, the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) is putting the pieces in place to host an entire new pillar of programs and services focused on leadership for all regulated nurses across Canada. First among these is our relationship with the Dorothy Wylie Health Leaders Institute (DWHLI), which has built a partnership with CNA since 2015. As a great gift to CNA and nursing across Canada, to ...

Structural biology meets data science: does anything change?

Data science has emerged from the proliferation of digital data, coupled with advances in algorithms, software and hardware (e.g., GPU computing). Innovations in structural biology have been driven by similar factors, spurring us to ask: can these two fields impact one another in deep and hitherto unforeseen ways? We posit that the answer is yes. New biological knowledge lies in the relationships between sequence, structure, function and disease, all of which play out on the stage of evolution, and data sci...

Enhancing Yeast Alcoholic Fermentations.

The production of ethanol by yeast fermentation represents the largest of all global biotechnologies. Consequently, the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the world's premier industrial microorganism, which is responsible not only for the production of alcoholic beverages, including beer, wine, and distilled spirits, but also for the billions of liters of bioethanol produced annually for use as a renewable transportation fuel. Although humankind has exploited the fermentative activities of yeasts for millenn...

Comorbidities and length of stay in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) has a significant burden on patients and the healthcare system. There is a link between COPD and comorbidities such as congestive heart failure (CHF), fluid and electrolyte disorders, and renal failure. This adds to the complexity of healthcare in these patients. The objective of this study is to determine if certain comorbidities affect length of stay. A sample of 3,399 patients with COPD were assessed from the Premier healthcare database. The cohort had a mean ...

A Tet/Q Hybrid System for Robust and Versatile Control of Transgene Expression in C. elegans.

Binary gene regulatory tools such as the Tetracycline (Tet)-controlled transcription system have revolutionized genetic research in multiple organisms, but their applications to the worm remain very limited. Here we report that the canonical Tet system is largely inactive in the worm but can be adapted for the worm by introducing multiple modifications, a crucial one being the use of the transcription activation domain from the fungal Q binary system. The resultant Tet/Q hybrid system proves more robust and...

A comparative study of thermal stability of TNT, RDX, CL20 and ANTA explosives using UV 266nm-time resolved photoacoustic pyrolysis technique.

The paper reports the potential use of UV based pulsed photoacoustic spectroscopy to study the thermal stability of some well-known premier explosives such as TNT, RDX, CL20, and ANTA between 30 and 350°C range. The thermal PA spectra of samples were recorded using fourth harmonic wavelength i.e. 266nm of pulse duration 7ns and repetition rate 10Hz obtained from Q-switched Nd: YAG laser system. Under the influence of UV radiation, the explosive molecules in vapor phase follow the photodissociation process ...

Remediation of phenanthrene contaminated soil by g-CN/FeO composites and its phytotoxicity evaluation.

This work is a premier demonstrating the technical feasibility of remediation of PAHs-contaminated soil by g-CN/FeO. g-CN/FeO has been synthesized by typical two steps involved the synthesis of g-CN and the subsequent in situ co-precipitation of FeO nanoparticles. g-CN/FeO exhibits excellent visible-light-driven photocatalytic activity for the degradation of phenanthrene in soil at circumneutral pH. The enhanced photocatalytic activity of g-CN/FeO should be attributed to the hybrid of FeO and g-CN and appro...

Comparison of two FDA-cleared EIA assays for the detection of Coccidioides antibodies against a composite clinical standard.

Coccidioidomycosis is a disease endemic to the southwestern United States, parts of Mexico, and Central and South America. Diagnosis of the disease is commonly delayed because of the lack of prompt testing and the dearth of reliable diagnostic tests. Culture and nucleic acid testing require a specimen, yet the typical patient presents with a dry cough and no sputum. Serologic methods depend on an effective antibody response by the patient, but antibody production may be unreliable or delayed until several w...

Discovery and characterization of a thioesterase-specific monoclonal antibody that recognizes the 6-deoxyerythronolide B synthase.

Assembly line polyketide synthases (PKSs) are large multimodular enzymes responsible for the biosynthesis of diverse antibiotics in bacteria. Structural and mechanistic analysis of these megasynthases can benefit from the discovery of reagents that recognize individual domains or linkers in a site-specific manner. Monoclonal antibodies have not only proven themselves as premier tools in analogous applications, but they also have the added benefit of constraining the conformational flexibility of their targe...

Polymer-antibiotic conjugates as antibacterial additives in dental resins.

Affecting the vast majority of human beings, dental caries is a premier concern of worldwide dental health. As the most commonly used restorative material to treat dental caries, resin-based composites (RBCs) lack antibacterial properties leading to quite limited restoration lifetimes. The objective of this study is to develop a polymer-antibiotic conjugate (PAC) as an effective antibacterial additive for RBCs. A monomer-antibiotic conjugate (MAC) with significant solubility was prepared by an esterificatio...

Does outpatient cardiac rehabilitation help patients with acute myocardial infarction quit smoking?

Outpatient cardiac rehabilitation (OCR) reinforces patients' efforts to quit smoking, but the association between participation in OCR and long-term smoking status after acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is unknown. We studied hospitalized smokers with confirmed AMI from two multicenter prospective registries (PREMIER, from January 1, 2003, to June 28, 2004, and TRIUMPH, from April 11, 2005, to December 31, 2008) to describe the association of OCR participation with smoking cessation. Eligible patients smok...

Artificial neural networks and player recruitment in professional soccer.

The aim was to objectively identify key performance indicators in professional soccer that influence outfield players' league status using an artificial neural network. Mean technical performance data were collected from 966 outfield players' (mean SD; age: 25 ± 4 yr, 1.81 ±) 90-minute performances in the English Football League. ProZone's MatchViewer system and online databases were used to collect data on 347 indicators assessing the total number, accuracy and consistency of passes, tackles, possessions...

Hospital Resource Utilization and Costs Associated With Warfarin Versus Apixaban Treatment Among Patients Hospitalized for Venous Thromboembolism in the United States.

A real-world US database analysis was conducted to evaluate the hospital resource utilization and costs of patients hospitalized for venous thromboembolism (VTE) treated with warfarin versus apixaban. Additionally, 1-month readmissions were evaluated. Of 28 612 patients with VTE identified from the Premier Hospital database (August 2014-May 2016), 91% (N = 26 088) received warfarin and 9% (N = 2524) received apixaban. Outcomes were assessed after controlling for key patient/hospital characteristics. For ind...

Working memory and behavioral inhibition in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): an examination of varied central executive demands, construct overlap, and task impurity.

The stop-signal paradigm is the premier metric of behavioral inhibition in contemporary attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) research. The stop-signal paradigm's choice-reaction time component, however, arguably places greater demands on working memory processes (e.g., controlled-focused attention) relative to alternative inhibition metrics (i.e., go/no-go (GNG) tasks), and consequently obscures conclusions about inhibition and working memory deficits in affected children. The current study, ther...

Identification of compounds that inhibit the binding of Keap1a/Keap1b Kelch DGR domain with Nrf2 ETGE/DLG motifs in zebrafish.

The Keap1-Nrf2-ARE system serves as a premier defence mechanism to curb oxidative stress, which remains as one of the major causes of ageing and pathogenesis in various diseases. Nrf2 is the principal master regulator of the cellular defence system and its activation remains the prospective therapeutic approach against chronic diseases. One of the recent strategies is to disrupt Keap1-Nrf2 protein-protein interaction (PPI) that alters the docking of Keap1 with Nrf2 by compounds occupying a position in the K...

Independent evolution of complex development in animals and plants: deep homology and lateral gene transfer.

The evolution of multicellularity is a premier example of phenotypic convergence: simple multicellularity evolved independently many times, and complex multicellular phenotypes are found in several distant groups. Furthermore, both animal and plant lineages have independently reached extreme levels of morphological, functional, and developmental complexity. This study explores the genetic basis for the parallel evolution of complex multicellularity and development in the animal and green plant (i.e., green ...


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