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Pharmacokinetics Of Topically Applied Opthalmic Ciprofloxacin 0.3% And Moxifloxacin 0.5% In Normal Horses, HD Westermeyer, Diane Hendrix, Daniel Ward 2009 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Pharmacokinetics Of Topically Applied Opthalmic Ciprofloxacin 0.3% And Moxifloxacin 0.5% In Normal Horses, Hd Westermeyer, Diane Hendrix, Daniel Ward

Daniel A. Ward

No abstract provided.


Reinstating The Passions: Lessons From The History Of Psychopathology, Louis Charland 2009 The University of Western Ontario

Reinstating The Passions: Lessons From The History Of Psychopathology, Louis Charland

Louis C. Charland

No abstract provided.


Anesthesia Case Of The Month. Multiform Ventricular Premature Contractions And Nonsustained Ventricular Tachycardia During Anesthesia, Lydia Love, Rebecca Gompf, Christine Egger 2009 University of Tennessee - Knoxville

Anesthesia Case Of The Month. Multiform Ventricular Premature Contractions And Nonsustained Ventricular Tachycardia During Anesthesia, Lydia Love, Rebecca Gompf, Christine Egger

Rebecca Elaine Gompf DVM

No abstract provided.


Advanced Diagnostic Approaches And Current Management Of Internal Disorders Of Special Species, Erika Evans, Marcy Souza 2009 University of Tennessee - Knoxville

Advanced Diagnostic Approaches And Current Management Of Internal Disorders Of Special Species, Erika Evans, Marcy Souza

Marcy J Souza

No abstract provided.


Whither Non-English European Public Health Journals?, Isaac Fung 2009 Georgia Southern University

Whither Non-English European Public Health Journals?, Isaac Fung

Isaac Chun-Hai Fung

No abstract provided.


Environmental Valuation: The Sum Of Specific Damages Approach, PHILIP GRAVES 2009 University of Colorado at Boulder

Environmental Valuation: The Sum Of Specific Damages Approach, Philip Graves

PHILIP E GRAVES

There is no abstract for this book chapter.


Listen To Learn And Learn To Listen: Cultural Competency Using A Standardized Patient (Keynote Address), C. Allen, R. Paul, K. Shishani, Janet Willhaus 2009 Boise State University

Listen To Learn And Learn To Listen: Cultural Competency Using A Standardized Patient (Keynote Address), C. Allen, R. Paul, K. Shishani, Janet Willhaus

Janet Willhaus

No abstract provided.


Muscular Fatigue Increases Ground Reaction Loading Rate During Walking, Henry Wang, Jeff Frame, Elicia Ozimek, Cara Reedstrom, Daniel Leib, Eric Dugan 2009 Ball State University

Muscular Fatigue Increases Ground Reaction Loading Rate During Walking, Henry Wang, Jeff Frame, Elicia Ozimek, Cara Reedstrom, Daniel Leib, Eric Dugan

Daniel Leib

No abstract provided.


Laws, Credentials, And Reimbursement. Chapter 34, Dory Holmes, Lisa Clark 2009 University of Southern Maine, Lewiston

Laws, Credentials, And Reimbursement. Chapter 34, Dory Holmes, Lisa Clark

Lisa L. Clark

No abstract provided.


Accounting Of Profits To Remedy Biotechnology Patent Infringement, Jeremy de Beer, Kurtis Andrews 2009 University of Ottawa

Accounting Of Profits To Remedy Biotechnology Patent Infringement, Jeremy De Beer, Kurtis Andrews

Jeremy de Beer

No abstract provided.


Distribution And Amount Of Pigment Within The Ciliary Body Of Blue And Brown Canine Eyes. Newkirk K, Haines D, Calvarese S, Esson D, Chandler H, Kim Newkirk 2009 University of Tennessee - Knoxville

Distribution And Amount Of Pigment Within The Ciliary Body Of Blue And Brown Canine Eyes. Newkirk K, Haines D, Calvarese S, Esson D, Chandler H, Kim Newkirk

Kim M Newkirk

No abstract provided.


Daily Quadratic Trend In Basal Monocyte Expressed Hsp72 In Healthy Human Subjects, Lee Taylor, Adrian Midgley, Bryna Chrismas, Leigh Madden, Lars McNaughton 2009 Bond University

Daily Quadratic Trend In Basal Monocyte Expressed Hsp72 In Healthy Human Subjects, Lee Taylor, Adrian Midgley, Bryna Chrismas, Leigh Madden, Lars Mcnaughton

Lars McNaughton

The inducible human stress protein heat shock protein 72 (HSP72) performs vital roles within the body at rest and during periods of stress. Recently it was shown over a 24 h period that basal HSP72 followed a diurnal variation. However, these results and previous literature demonstrate noticeable inter-subject variation in basal HSP72 expression. The notion of intra/inter-day variation in basal HSP72 expression has not been explored in detail. Basal monocyte expressed HSP72 was determined every 3 h, over a 9 h period in 12 healthy male subjects (20.2 ± 1.9 years, 178.7 ± 5.6 cm, 75.1 ...


Maximizing Health Outcomes From Government Investment In Surgical Interventions., P Thavaneswaran, Guy Maddern 2009 Government of South Australia, SA Health

Maximizing Health Outcomes From Government Investment In Surgical Interventions., P Thavaneswaran, Guy Maddern

Guy Maddern

In Australia today, the introduction of new interventional procedures into the health system is managed by a variety of processes, involving advisory committees at the state and national level, as well as hospital- or health service-based committees.1 The majority of these processes, which involve the evidence-based assessment of a new procedure’s safety and clinical- and cost-effectiveness, have been instituted over the last decade. Therefore, ineffective interventional procedures that diffused into clinical practice prior to the establishment of these assessment processes may still be in use today. However, changing clinical practice in relation to such procedures is challenging because ...


Web Based Services In The Library, Nkiru Opara Jarlath 2009 Nigerian Nuclear Regulatory Authority

Web Based Services In The Library, Nkiru Opara Jarlath

Nkiru Opara

sharing knowledge is power’ as opposed to the old adage that, ‘knowledge is power


Relapsed Chronic Reactive Arthritis Treated With A Short Course Of Infliximab: A Case Report And Review Of The Literature., M Wechalekar, M Rischmueller, S Whittle, Catherine Hill 2009 Government of South Australia, SA Health

Relapsed Chronic Reactive Arthritis Treated With A Short Course Of Infliximab: A Case Report And Review Of The Literature., M Wechalekar, M Rischmueller, S Whittle, Catherine Hill

Catherine Hill

Reactive arthritis is generally self-remitting but can be chronic. Predictors of chronicity include HLA B27 positivity and triggering infections with Yersinia, Salmonella, Shigella, or Chlamydia. Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs and local steroids are the mainstays, with some evidence for disease modifying antirheumatic drugs. Limited evidence suggests effectiveness of tumor necrosis factor antagonists. We report the case of reactive arthritis following a Chlamydia urinary tract infection progressing to a chronic course, treated with a short course of high dose tumor necrosis factor antagonist, followed up for over 2 years with prolonged remission, allowing discontinuation of disease modifying antirheumatic drug therapy.


Feasibility, Inter- And Intra-Rater Reliability Of Physiotherapists Measuring Prolapse Using The Pelvic Organ Prolapse Quantification System, Diane Stark, Philippa Dall, Mohamed Abdel-Fattah, Suzanne Hagen 2009 Glasgow Caledonian University

Feasibility, Inter- And Intra-Rater Reliability Of Physiotherapists Measuring Prolapse Using The Pelvic Organ Prolapse Quantification System, Diane Stark, Philippa Dall, Mohamed Abdel-Fattah, Suzanne Hagen

Professor Suzanne Hagen

There is no agreed assessment tool for physiotherapists treating pelvic organ prolapse. This study hypothesised that pelvic organ prolapse quantification (POP-Q) assessment was a feasible measure for use by physiotherapists and tested inter- and intra-rater agreement. Forty-five women were recruited (median age 59, range 32–87 years). Agreement between gynaecologist and physiotherapist was substantial (weighted kappa = 0.63). Weighted kappa was 0.67 for inter-rater agreement between two different physiotherapists and 0.71 for intra-rater reliability for the same physiotherapist. Examination time was significantly shorter (difference 53 ± 73 s, p < 0.001) for gynaecologists. Participants found the examination acceptable.


Calcinosis Circumscripta In The Antebrachiocarpal Joint Of A Horse, Ferenc Toth, James Schumacher, Shelley Newman 2009 Selected Works

Calcinosis Circumscripta In The Antebrachiocarpal Joint Of A Horse, Ferenc Toth, James Schumacher, Shelley Newman

Ferenc Toth

A 4-year-old, Spanish Mustang mare was evaluated because of a swelling on the dorsolateral aspect of its right carpus. The horse had no gait abnormalities. During radiographic examination of the carpus, a granular, radiopaque mass, approximately 3 cm in diameter, adjacent to the proximal row of carpal bones, was observed. The mineralised mass, which was located within the antebrachiocarpal joint, was removed through an arthrotomy with the horse anaesthetised. Histological features of the mass showed it to be overlain by partially denuded synovium, and included large deposits of mineral surrounded by multinucleated giant cells and separated by septa of mature ...


Legal Briefing: Informed Consent, Thaddeus Pope 2009 Widener University - Delaware Campus

Legal Briefing: Informed Consent, Thaddeus Pope

Thaddeus Mason Pope

This issue’s “Legal Briefing” column covers legal developments pertaining to informed consent. Not only has this topic been the subject of recent articles in this journal, but it also been the subject of numerous public and professional discussions over the past several months. Legal developments concerning informed consent can be usefully grouped into nine categories: (1) general disclosure standards in the clinical context, (2) shared decision making, (3) statutorily mandated abortion disclosures, (4) statutorily mandated end-of-life counseling, (5) other statutorily mandated subject-specific disclosures, (6) U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) labeling and federal pre-emption of state informed consent ...


Current Understanding And Pharmacological Management Of Suicide Behavior In Clinical Setting, Amresh Shrivastava 2009 The University of Western Ontario

Current Understanding And Pharmacological Management Of Suicide Behavior In Clinical Setting, Amresh Shrivastava

Amresh Srivastava

This presentation addresses these issues:
• Nature of problem in clinical settings
• Current understanding about suicide behavior (neurobiology)
• What can be done to deal with suicide in clinical settings
• Pharmacological management


Probabilistic Peak Calling And Controlling False Discovery Rate In Transcription Factor Binding Site Mapping From Chip-Seq, SHUO JIAO, Cheryl Bailey, Shunpu Zhang, Istvan Ladunga 2009 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Probabilistic Peak Calling And Controlling False Discovery Rate In Transcription Factor Binding Site Mapping From Chip-Seq, Shuo Jiao, Cheryl Bailey, Shunpu Zhang, Istvan Ladunga

Shuo Jiao

No abstract provided.


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