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Real estate diagrams: A tool to quickly assess the utility of a new predictive technology.

Scientists are increasingly in a position to ask whether or not to adopt new technologies. We present a visualization tool to help scientists swiftly evaluate the worth of new assays.


Real-Time Monitoring of Suicide Risk among Adolescents: Potential Barriers, Possible Solutions, and Future Directions.

Recent advances in real-time monitoring technology make this an exciting time to study risk for suicidal thoughts and behaviors among youth. Although there is good reason to be excited about these methods, there is also reason for caution in adopting them without first understanding their limitations. In this article, we present several broad future directions for using real-time monitoring among youth at risk for suicide focused around three broad themes: novel research questions, novel analytic methods, a...

Real-World Data for Regulatory Decision Making: Challenges and Possible Solutions for Europe.


Efficient pretreatment of industrial estate wastewater for biodegradability enhancement using a micro-electrolysis-circulatory system.

A self-made micro-electrolysis-circulatory system with the mixture regime of an upflow bed and reactor was tested for the pretreatment of industrial estate wastewater with a low ratio of biological to chemical oxygen demand (BOD/COD) at room temperature, 1:1 vol ratio of sponge iron (SFe)/granular activated carbon (GAC), and an intermittent process in aeration and discharge. The system efficiency was evaluated in view of the effects of various processes (hydraulic retention time (HRT), fillers/wastewater ...

Highly heterogeneous interior structure of biofilm wastewater for enhanced pollutant removals.

Biofilm processes are widely used in wastewater treatment. The biofilm has highly heterogeneous interior structure, which can significantly affect the transport processes and the biological reactions over the biofilm. This study for the first time detailed the complicated velocity and concentration fields of substrate in a real biofilm structure. With a real biofilm interior being profiled and meshed to numerical solutions, the flow-through mode has significant distortion of inflow velocity fields and conce...

A second life for cigarette butts? A review of recycling solutions.

Trillions of cigarettes are smoked annually making cigarette butts one of the most common types of litter in the world. Due to the materials and toxic substances that they contain, this waste carries a very harmful risk for the environment and for living organisms (including humans). Only a few - barely sustainable - solutions have tried to tackle this waste and alternative solutions to landfilling and incineration are needed. Identifying the best methodological solutions and technologies for recycling this...

Highly efficient and selective recovery of Au(III) by a new metal-organic polymer.

A metal-organic polymer with high water stability was successfully developed to efficiently recover Au(III) from aqueous solutions. This material shows excellent performance for the adsorption of Au(III). Nearly 100% of Au(III) could be removed with fast adsorption rate at low concentration solutions, and the maximum adsorption capacity of 1317 mg/g could be achieved. Significantly, the material shows encouraging selectivity toward Au(III) in the presence of competitive ions such as Cu(II), Ni(II), Zn(II)...

TiO photocatalysis under natural solar radiation for the degradation of the carbapenem antibiotics imipenem and meropenem in aqueous solutions at pilot plant scale.

This paper deals with the removal of two last-resort antibiotics, namely imipenem and meropenem, in aqueous solutions employing heterogeneous photocatalysis with TiO under natural solar radiation at pilot plant scale. It was found that TiO photocatalysis is a very efficient technique for the degradation of both compounds in aqueous solutions, albeit it's relatively low quantum efficiency. At the experimental conditions employed in the present work (compound parabolic collectors photoreactor) the optimal TiO...

The structure and existence of solutions of the problem of consumption with satiation in continuous time.

With the help of the method of Lagrange multipliers and KKT theory, we investigate the structure and existence of optimal solutions of the continuous-time model of consumption with satiation. We show that the differential equations have no solutions in the C1 class but that solutions exist in a wider space of functions, namely, the space of functions of bounded variation with non-negative Borel measures as controls. We prove our theorems with no additional assumptions about the structure of the control Bore...

Real-time kidney graft perfusion monitoring using infrared imaging during pediatric kidney transplantation.

Ischemia times in kidney transplantation have shown to be predictive for future graft function. Preservation solutions and anticoagulation protocols have improved the management of pediatric kidney transplantation. Nonetheless, there is no current tool for intra-operative graft monitoring. The aim of this project is to present a novel technique for intra-operative real-time assessment of graft perfusion using a non-invasive infrared camera.

Against the proportionality principle: Experimental findings on bargaining over losses.

The outcomes of bargaining over losses, the subject of this paper, have rarely been studied. But experimental studies of related situations, such as those involving bankruptcies or bequests in which the sum of the legal claims that can be made against a bank or firm or estate are greater than their values, have produced strong support for the proportionality principle. To test whether this principle would find support in other situations involving losses we designed an experimental game in which four player...

The presence of S-sulfonated transthyretin in commercial human serum albumin solutions: Potential contribution to neuropathy.

Commercial solutions of human serum albumin (HSA) are administered to critically ill patients for the treatment of shock, restoration of blood volume, and the acute management of burns. Previously, conflicting results on the effects of HSA administration have been reported varying from a favorable increase in total plasma antioxidant capacity to a higher mortality rate in traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients. These results could be partially explained due to the known heterogeneity of HSA solutions. We rep...

Properties of the Geometry of Solutions and Capacity of Multilayer Neural Networks with Rectified Linear Unit Activations.

Rectified linear units (ReLUs) have become the main model for the neural units in current deep learning systems. This choice was originally suggested as a way to compensate for the so-called vanishing gradient problem which can undercut stochastic gradient descent learning in networks composed of multiple layers. Here we provide analytical results on the effects of ReLUs on the capacity and on the geometrical landscape of the solution space in two-layer neural networks with either binary or real-valued weig...

U.S. news media coverage of solutions to the opioid crisis, 2013-2017.

News media coverage of the U.S. opioid epidemic influences Americans' knowledge of and preferences for solutions to address the crisis. From 1998 to 2012, news media coverage of the opioid epidemic focused on criminal justice-oriented solutions. We examine whether and how news coverage of solutions has shifted in the recent years of the crisis. We analyzed a random sample of 600 U.S. news stories published/aired by high circulation/viewership national and local print and television news outlets from 2013 to...

The missing reality of real life in real-world evidence.

Reality is defined as a real event, a real thing or state of affairs. Reality exists in the places where we live our daily lives, in the relationships we have with others and in our experiences, circumstances, and situations that occur across the lifespan. As the everydayness of our lives become increasingly digitized data generated from the reality that exists outside of our healthcare encounters holds much promise to fill recognized gaps in real-world evidence. In the past decade many factors have converg...

Analytical methods for determination of carbonyl compounds and nicotine in electronic No-Smoking aid refill solutions.

The present investigation aimed to develop analytical methods to determine carbonyl compounds and nicotine and to assess the carbonyl compounds and nicotine concentrations in commercial refill solutions for electronic no-smoking aids (ENSAs). The analytical methods for carbonyl compounds and nicotine in refill solutions for ENSAs were developed and analyzed from 30 popular branded products by gas chromatography and liquid chromatography. They were then validated in terms of linearity of the calibration curv...

The Effect of Cardiac Preservation Solutions on Heart Transplant Survival.

Limited data exist that compare the predominant cardiac preservation solutions (CPSs).

Associative behaviour of κ-carrageenan in aqueous solutions and its modification by different monovalent salts as reflected by viscometric parameters.

The viscometric behaviour of κ-carrageenan in aqueous solutions and in the presence of monovalent salts was investigated at 25 °C. Coil, helix or double helix conformations were induced by cooling hot κ-carrageenan solutions under appropriate ionic conditions. A new viscometric approach was used for modeling the behaviour of κ-carrageenan solutions. The intrinsic viscosity, [η], is markedly changed by the presence of different monovalent salts (NaCl, NaI and CsI). In pure water, the intrinsic viscosi...

Development of a real-time endoscopic image diagnosis support system using deep learning technology in colonoscopy.

Gaps in colonoscopy skills among endoscopists, primarily due to experience, have been identified, and solutions are critically needed. Hence, the development of a real-time robust detection system for colorectal neoplasms is considered to significantly reduce the risk of missed lesions during colonoscopy. Here, we develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system that automatically detects early signs of colorectal cancer during colonoscopy; the AI system shows the sensitivity and specificity are 97.3% (95% co...

Feasibility of a Real-Time Clinical Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence Framework for Pain Detection and Localization From the Brain.

For many years, clinicians have been seeking for objective pain assessment solutions via neuroimaging techniques, focusing on the brain to detect human pain. Unfortunately, most of those techniques are not applicable in the clinical environment or lack accuracy.

Identifying "Real" Patients in the Real World.

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Real-Time PCR and LAMP Assays for the Detection of Spores of and Sporangia of to Inform Disease Risk Forecasting.

Real-time loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) assays for the detection of sporangia of the causal pathogen of late blight, , and spores of the main causal pathogen of early blight, , were developed to facilitate the in-field detection of airborne inoculum to improve disease forecasting. These assays were compared with an existing real-time PCR assay for and a newly developed real-time PCR assay for . Primers were designed for real-time LAMP of and . The specificity of the real-time LAMP assay w...

Passive Sensing of Health Outcomes Through Smartphones: Systematic Review of Current Solutions and Possible Limitations.

Technological advancements, together with the decrease in both price and size of a large variety of sensors, has expanded the role and capabilities of regular mobile phones, turning them into powerful yet ubiquitous monitoring systems. At present, smartphones have the potential to continuously collect information about the users, monitor their activities and behaviors in real time, and provide them with feedback and recommendations.

Online, Continuous, and Interference-Free Monitoring of Trace Heavy Metals in Water Using Plasma Spectroscopy Driven by Actively Modulated Pulsed Power.

This work presents the development of an online continuous heavy metals monitoring system using optical emission spectroscopy of plasma in water. The plasmas were driven by actively modulated pulsed power (AMPP) in order to control the plasma and its emission behavior in solutions with a wide range of conductivity. The AMPP quantified in situ the solutions' conductivity and modulated in real time the pulse width based on the conductivity. We demonstrated the online monitoring of the metallic elements. The r...


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