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Costs and complications of increased length of stay following adolescent idiopathic scoliosis surgery.

Accelerated discharge protocols for scoliosis surgery have recently been described in the literature. There are limited data describing the association of length of stay (LOS) during the index admission with postoperative outcomes. We sought to define the economic and clinical implications of an additional 1 day in the hospital for scoliosis surgery. The Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System database was used to identify patients with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis who underwent spinal fusion ...


Obstetric emergencies and non-emergencies at Central Military Hospital (I): Our vision and the epidemiologic horizon.

Maternal morbidity and mortality pose a significant impact on national public health, being medical attention of obstetric emergencies (OE) and non-emergencies (ONE) of capital importance.

We cooperated so… now what? Infants expect cooperative partners to share resources.

Research has demonstrated that an understanding of and engagement in cooperative activities emerges early in life. However, little is known about the expectations infants hold about the consequences of cooperative action. We demonstrate that 14-month-old infants expect that cooperative partners will share the recently attained cooperative goal instead of keeping it for themselves. Interestingly, this prediction does not hold if infants saw the two individuals work towards individual goals. These findings co...


Low Accuracy of Diagnostic Codes to Identify Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear in Orthopaedic Database Research.

Database research is being used in orthopaedic literature with increased regularity. The main limitation of database research is the absence of diagnosis and treatment verification afforded by medical chart review. This absence may limit the accuracy of some conclusions and recommendations produced by database research. Hypothesis/Purpose: The purpose was to describe the accuracy of 1 database (Rochester Epidemiology Project) used in orthopaedic research to detect isolated anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) t...

Off-pump coronary artery bypass in octogenarians: results of a statewide, matched comparison.

Off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting (OPCAB) may have advantages in the elderly. Although proven safe, it remains unclear whether OPCAB provides a short-term survival benefit in octogenarians. We sought to compare outcomes using propensity matching between OPCAB and conventional surgery in a statewide database.

ChEMBL: towards direct deposition of bioassay data.

ChEMBL is a large, open-access bioactivity database (https://www.ebi.ac.uk/chembl), previously described in the 2012, 2014 and 2017 Nucleic Acids Research Database Issues. In the last two years, several important improvements have been made to the database and are described here. These include more robust capture and representation of assay details; a new data deposition system, allowing updating of data sets and deposition of supplementary data; and a completely redesigned web interface, with enhanced sear...

Extreme teams: Toward a greater understanding of multiagency teamwork during major emergencies and disasters.

Major emergencies are extreme team decision making environments. They are complex, dynamic, high-stakes and fast paced events, wherein successful resolution is contingent upon effective teamwork. Not only do emergency teams coordinate at the intrateam level (e.g., police team), but they are increasingly required to operate at the interteam level (e.g., police, fire and ambulance teams). This is in response to the desire for networked and cost-effective practice and due to the evolving nature of modern threa...

A review of the Ghana National Health Insurance Scheme claims database: possibilities and limits for drug utilization research.

There is inadequate data on prescribed drug utilization in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Drug utilization research (DUR) in this region is hampered by lack of access to databases that capture prescribed drug utilization such as health insurance claims, electronic medical records, disease registries, etc. The primary objective of this MiniReview is to describe the content of the NHIS database in the context of the healthcare system in Ghana. We will also review the possibilities and limitations of analysing this...

Enantioselective 3 + 2 Cycloaddition Reaction of Ethynylethylene Carbonates with Malononitrile Enabled by Organo/Metal Cooperative Catalysis.

The first catalytic asymmetric decarboxylative [3 + 2] cycloaddition reaction of ethynylethylene carbonates with malononitrile has been developed successfully by an organo/copper cooperative system. This strategy led to a series of optically active polysubstituted dihydrofurans in good yields with high levels of enantioselectivities (up to 99% yield, 97% ee). The presence of the terminal alkynyl and the cyano group in the dihydrofuran products provides a wide scope for further structural transformations. Mo...

Cooperative Toehold: A Novel Mechanism to Activate DNA Strand Displacement and Construct Biosensors.

Toehold-mediated DNA strand displacement has proven powerful in the construction of various DNA circuits, DNA machines, and biosensors. So far, many new toehold activation mechanisms have been developed to achieve programmed DNA strand displacement behaviors. However, almost all those toeholds are inflexible via either a covalently attached manner or a complementary hybridization strategy, which limit the versatility of DNA devices. To solve this problem, we developed a new toehold, named 'cooperative toeho...

Cooperative Control of Multiple Nonlinear Benchmark Systems Perturbed by Second-Order Moment Processes.

This paper studies the cooperative control problem of multiple nonlinear benchmark systems perturbed by second-order moment processes. The nonlinear benchmark system consists of a moving car and a rolling ball in oscillating surroundings. When the leader is only accessible to a small part of the followers in a directed graph, a new vectorial backstepping method is proposed for the design of distributed cooperative control laws. By using stochastic analysis techniques and algebra graph theory, it is shown th...

Too soon to worry? Longitudinal examination of financial planning for retirement among Spanish aged workers.

The present study analyzes the relationship between three distal antecedents-financial literacy, confidence in retirement, and economic well-being-and financial planning for retirement evaluated at two different times. We used longitudinal data with repeated measures of financial planning for retirement obtained from a sample (N = 269) of active Spanish workers aged 45-62 years. The results confirm that self-perceived financial knowledge, confidence in retirement, and economic well-being are associated with...

The First Comprehensive Program for Opioid Use Disorder in a US Statewide Correctional System.

Political Will, Coordination, and Planning: Key Components for Strengthening National Response to Public Health Emergencies and Disasters in Latin America and the Caribbean Countries.

The Effects of Emotion Suppression During Language Planning and Production.

Emotion regulation and language planning occur in parallel during interactive communication, but their processes are often studied separately. It has been suggested that emotion suppression and more complex language production both recruit cognitive resources. However, it is currently less clear how the language planning and production system is impacted when required to emotionally suppress outward displays of affect (i.e., expressive suppression). The purpose of the current study was to evaluate the inter...

SUSTAINABLE MEDICAL PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE SYSTEM FOR RADIATION EMERGENCIES IN REPUBLIC OF KOREA.

This paper provides information about the medical preparedness and response system for radiation emergencies in Republic of Korea. The National Radiation Emergency Medical Center (NREMC) oversees medical affairs in the Korean radiological disaster prevention system since its establishment in 2002. It has dedicated itself to set up a nationwide radiation emergency medicine network with 24 designated radiation emergency hospitals. NREMC, as one division under the Korea Institute of Radiological And Medical Sc...

How to foster the well-being of police officers: The role of the employee performance management system.

This study focuses on employee performance management in policing. We specifically aim to contribute to a better understanding of how the combined effect of performance planning and performance evaluation fosters the well-being of police officers. In the slipstream of public sector reforms many public organizations adopted employee performance management. Although such system is found to increase performance, it might simultaneously elevate job demands, jeopardizing employees' well-being. Based on data gath...

Energy Dissipation of Chemical Fuel Driven Self-Assemblies via Cooperative Effects.

In living systems, dissipative processes are driven by the endergonic hydrolysis of chemical fuels such as nucleotide triphosphates. Here we demonstrate through a simple model system, the realization of a transient self-assembled state by utilizing the catalytic effect of histidine on the formation and breaking of ester bonds. Firstly, histidine facilitates the ester bond formation, which then rapidly co-assembles to form a self-supporting gel. Out of equilibrium state is realized due to the cooperative cat...

Sex differential mediation effects of planning within the health behavior change process.

Previous research demonstrates that planning mediates the relationship between intention and health behavior change, but evidence is inconclusive, and possible sex differences within the intention-planning-behavior-chain are understudied so far. The current study, therefore, aims to disentangle this by addressing potential sex differences in the mediating role of planning in the health behavior change process.

Acceptable Weight Ranges for Research Tissue Procurement and Biorepositories, 2015-2017.

The Cooperative Human Tissue Network, Midwestern Division, is a National Cancer Institute-funded program that provides quality research biospecimens to qualified investigators. Consented human tissues are procured according to researcher specifications for weight (size) and preservation type; weights of samples in significant demand and limited supply are negotiated. Weights of procured tissues are entered into a dedicated biospecimen database. This study seeks to provide guidance for acceptable tissue weig...

A Two-Phenotype Model of Immune Evasion by Cancer Cells.

We propose a model with two types of cancer cells differentiated by their defense mechanisms against the immune system. "Selfish" cancer cells develop defense mechanisms that benefit the individual cell, whereas "cooperative" cells deploy countermeasures that increase the chance of survival of every cell. Our phenotypes capture the two main features of the tumor's efforts to avoid immune destruction, crypticity against immune cells for the selfish cells, and tumor-induced immunosuppression for the cooperati...

Therapeutic Approach to Hypertension Urgencies and Emergencies in the Emergency Room.

Hypertensive urgencies-emergencies are important and common events. They are defined as a severe elevation in BP, higher than 180/120 mmHg, associated or not with the evidence of new or worsening organ damage for emergencies and urgencies respectively. Anamnestic information, physical examination and instrumental evaluation determine the following management that could need oral (for urgencies) or intravenous (for emergencies) anti-hypertensives drugs. The choice of the specific drugs depend on the underly...

Unintended harm? Race differences in the relationship between advance care planning and psychological distress at the end-of-life.

Research has revealed racial disparities in advance care planning and intensity of end-of-life care. Studies of the relationship between advance care planning and sadness and anxiety at the end-of-life are inconclusive.

Collection planning for the next 100 years: What will we commit to save in zoos and aquariums?

The "sustainability crisis" in zoos and aquariums has been a sobering reminder of how limited our resources are for maintaining viable populations of species threatened with extinction. This, combined with increasing concern among the public about the value of zoos and aquariums, suggests that the zoological profession should engage in a thorough re-examination of our guiding principles, philosophies, and practices with regard to collection planning at global, regional, and institutional scales. An analysis...

Database resources of the National Center for Biotechnology Information.

The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) provides a large suite of online resources for biological information and data, including the GenBank® nucleic acid sequence database and the PubMed database of citations and abstracts published in life science journals. The Entrez system provides search and retrieval operations for most of these data from 38 distinct databases. The E-utilities serve as the programming interface for the Entrez system. Augmenting many of the web applications are custo...


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