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Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry, 2006, 6, 909-920 S-Layer Proteins as Key Components of a Versatile MolecularConstruction Kit for Biomedical Nanotechnology B. Schuster*, D. Pum, M. Sára and U.B. Sleytr Center for NanoBiotechnology, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, 1180 Vienna, Austria

2015 Comprehensive Formulary HeartlandPlains Health 2015 Formulary List of Covered Drugs PLEASE READ: THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS INFORMATION ABOUT THE DRUGS WE COVER IN THIS PLAN We have made no changes to this formulary since 10/15/15. For more recent information or other questions, please contact HeartlandPlains Health (HMO) Customer Service, at 1-866-792-0184or, for TTY users, 711, 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, Monday-Friday and 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, Monday-Sunday October 1 through February 14, or visit

The Center forHealth and Health 2121 K Street, NW, Suite 250Washington, DC 20037 Health and Health Care in Schools 202-466-3396 fax 202-466-3467 A report from the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools on the policies and financing of health programming in schools Volume 9, Number 2 In this issue: Prescription for Danger--Trends in Teen Drug Abuse

Part 17: First Aid 2010 American Heart Association and American Red Cross Guidelines for First Aid David Markenson, Co-Chair*; Jeffrey D. Ferguson, Co-Chair*; Leon Chameides; Pascal Cassan; Kin-Lai Chung; Jonathan Epstein; Louis Gonzales; Rita Ann Herrington; Jeffrey L. Pellegrino; Norda Ratcliff; Adam Singer Modern, organized first aid evolved from military experi-

Banking on cord blood stem cells

Banking on cord blood stem cells lion cells, whereas the lower threshold for public banking is 1–1.5 billion. Only 8–12% of banked units have enough cel s to transplant New research will shed light on claims from commercial banks that an average ( 80 kg) size adult.cord blood–derived stem cells can be used in diseases beyond One strategy to get around this limit is to

GP INTELLIGENCETHE QUARTERLY MAGAZINE FROM THE HOSPITAL OF ST JOHN & ST ELIZABETHSUMMER 2014 New techniques and one stop service ofered by leading specialists in purpose built facility ASTHMA IN UNDER 2sHow parents can help by taking recordingsof their youngsters THE DETECT STUDYHow best to identify early pulmonaryhypertension in patients with scleroderma




Review Ocular side-effects of urological Nikolaos A. Kostakopoulos, Vasileios G. Argyropoulos Department of Urology, IASO General Hospital, Athens, Greece Corresponding author: Nikolaos A. Kostakopoulos Email: '' Η αυξανόμενη γήρανση του πληθυσμού έχει σαν αποτέλεσμα συχνότερη εμφάνιση συμπτωμάτων καλοήθους υπερπλασίας του προστάτη, ασταθούς κύστεως και στυτικής δυσλειτουργίας. Αυτό έχει σαν επακόλουθο ευρεία συνταγογράφηση. φαρμάκων, όπως αναστολέων της φωσφοδιεστεράσης, αντιμουσκαρινικών παραγόντων και α-αναστολέων που προκαλούν μερικές φορές σοβαρές παρενέργειες από τους οφθαλμούς. Σ΄αυτή την ανασκόπηση θα αναφερθούν περιληπτικά οι διάφορες δυνητικές οφθαλμικές παρενέργειες, η συχνότητά τους, η φυσική τους ιστορία και η σημασία τους για τον κλινικό γιατρό.

Marine lipid fraction pcso-524™ (lyprinol®/omega xl®) of the new zealand green lipped mussel attenuates hyperpnea-induced bronchoconstriction in asthma

Available online at Marine lipid fraction PCSO-524 (lyprinol/omega XL) of the New Zealand green lippedmussel attenuates hyperpnea-inducedbronchoconstriction in asthma Timothy D. MickleboroughCherissa L. Vaughn, Ren-Jay Shei,Eliza M. Davis, Daniel P. Wilhite School of Public Health-Bloomington, Department of Kinesiology, Human Performance and ExerciseBiochemistry Laboratory, 1025 E. 7th St. SPH 112, Bloomington, IN 47404, USA

The health agenda

The Health Agenda, Volume 3. Issue 2. April, 2015 ORIGINAL ARTICLE Prevalence of extended spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBLs) among uropathogenes at a tertiary care hospital in Tripura Authors: Anup Saha, Tapan Majumdar, Arunabha Dasgupta and Purnima Saumandal Corresponding author: Dr. Anup Saha Tutor, Department of Microbiology

Histeroscopia en el tratamiento de los pólipos placentarios

Documento descargado de el 07/03/2013. Copia para uso personal, se prohíbe la transmisión de este documento por cualquier medio o formato. Histeroscopia en el tratamiento de los po ´lipos placentarios Luis Alonso Pacheco Miguel Rodrigo Olmedo, Juan Larracoechea Barrionuevo y Rafael Gonzalez de gor Crooke Unidad de Endoscopia, Centro Gutenberg, Ma

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Lithium Insertion in Nanostructured TiO2(B) ANTHONY G. DYLLA, GRAEME HENKELMAN, AND KEITH J. STEVENSON* Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712, United States RECEIVED ON JUNE 12, 2012 to become feasible alternatives to current technology, but only if scientists can develop energy storage materialsthat offer high capacity and high rate capabilities. Chemists havestudied anatase, rutile, brookite and TiO2(B) (bronze) in bothbulk and nanostructured forms as potential Li-ion batteryanodes. In most cases, the specific capacity and rate of lithiationand delithiation increases as the materials are nanostructured.Scientists have explained these enhancements in terms of highersurface areas, shorter Liþ diffusion paths and different surfaceenergies for nanostructured materials allowing for more facilelithiation and delithiation. Of the most studied polymorphs,nanostructured TiO2(B) has the highest capacity with promising high rate capabilities. TiO2(B) is able to accommodate 1 Liþ per Ti,giving a capacity of 335 mAh/g for nanotubular and nanoparticulate TiO2(B). The TiO2(B) polymorph, discovered in 1980 by Marchand andco-workers, has been the focus of many recent studies regarding high power and high capacity anode materials with potential applicationsfor electric vehicles and grid storage. This is due to the material's stability over multiple cycles, safer lithiation potential relative to graphite,reasonable capacity, high rate capability, nontoxicity, and low cost (Bruce, P. G.; Scrosati, B.; Tarascon, J.-M. Nanomaterials for RechargeableLithium Batteries. Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2008, 47, 2930"2946). One of the most interesting properties of TiO2(B) is that both bulk andnanostructured forms lithiate and delithiate through a surface redox or pseudocapacitive charging mechanism, giving rise to stable high ratecharge/discharge capabilities in the case of nanostructured TiO2(B). When other polymorphs of TiO2 are nanostructured, they still mainlyintercalate lithium through a bulk diffusion-controlled mechanism. TiO2(B) has a unique open crystal structure and low energy Liþ pathwaysfrom surface to subsurface sites, which many chemists believe to contribute to the pseudocapacitive charging.

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zone, algorithms to discriminate supraventricular tachycar- dia (SVT) from VT may be activated. Even with the inclu-sion of atrial intracardiac electrograms in SVT discrimina- My Defibrillator Fired: What to Do? tion algorithms, 20% or more of ICD therapies areinappropriate (Figure 1). ICDs also incorporate sophisti-cated information storage and diagnostic capabilities,

ABSTRACT MAIN LECTURE Clinical Impact of Missed Anatomy of The Root Canal System Marino Sutedjo General Practitioner, Dentsply, Indonesia ABSTRACT It is generally understandable that a major cause of the failure of root canal therapy is an inability to localize and treat all of the canals of the root canal system. The risk of missing anatomy during root canal treatment is high because of the complexity of the root canal system.

Supplies disruption and impact upon health sector in nepal

HERD SPECIAL SERIES FEBRUARY 2016 Supplies Disruption and Impact Upon Health Sector in Nepal A MEDIA MONITORING REPORT Health sector has been severely affected due to the disruption in supplies with irregular supply of surgical equipment and medicines. This has affected timely and comprehensive treatment of the patients. Pregnant, post-partum women, older people, children, earthquake affected communities and patients with obstetric emergencies and chronic conditions have been affected the most. This report documents synthesis of media monitoring of mainstream online news agencies and social media as the findings reflect how critical it is for better preparedness of crisis management for both natural and man-made disasters.

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Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth Irritable Bowel Syndrome and "Gas": Bloating, Distention, and Flatulence Adapted and expanded from the book and including the latest science-based research on diagnosis and treatment Draft 2 (February 27 , 2014) This educational offering is provided to inform patients and facilitate a shared and participatory patient-doctor

Reg. no.: 6397291.00.00 Product characteristics 1. NAME OF THE DRUG Proneurin 25 mg coated tablets QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE COMPOSITION Active ingredient: Promethazine hydrochloride 1 coated tablet contains 25 mg promethazine hydrochloride. Other ingredients with known effect: Lactose and sucrose For a complete list of all other ingredients, see section 6.1.

Fallbeispiele mit ONDAMED behandelter Patienten Dokumentationen angefertigt in Kliniken und Arztpraxen in den USA Alle Testungen wurden über den Pulsreflex durchgeführt. Die unterschiedlichsten Therapieprogramme konnten nur durch Austestung gefunden werden. 40-jährige Patientin mit tiefer Bein- und Abdominalthrombose. Diagnose wurde mit MRT gesichert. Folgende ONDAMED Frequenzen wurde ausgetestet: Interferenz, Parasitenprogramme; unter anderem zeigten Salmonellen an und Acidophilus, Kardiovaskuläre Unterstützung, Organ System Leber-Gallenblase, Revitalisierung, Duodenalerkrankungen, Übermäßiger Gallenfluß , Rückenschmerzen, Behandlung der rechten Hemisphäre

Rapid Dynamics of Polyomavirus Type BKin Renal Transplant Recipients Georg A. Funk,1,2 Ju¨rg Steiger,3 and Hans H. Hirsch2,4 1School of Biological Sciences, Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, United Kingdom; 2Transplantation Virology, Medical Microbiology,Department of Clinical and Biological Sciences, University of Basel, and 3Transplantation Immunology and Nephrology and 4Infectious Diseasesand Hospital Epidemiology, University Hospitals Basel, Basel, Switzerland

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The Health-Seeking Behavior of Leprosy Patients An explanatory model S. Singh; A.K. Sinha; B.G.Banerjee; N. Jaswal Volume 4, No. 1 (2013) ISSN 2161-6590 (online) DOI 10.5195/hcs.2013.105 New articles in this journal are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 United States License. This journal is published by the University Library System of the University of Pittsburgh as part of its D-Scribe Digital Publishing Program, and is cosponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Press.

Camps for Children with Special Needs (Summer 2014) The following is a listing of some camps and nofshonim (short-stay camps and respite facilities) for children with special needs for Summer 2014 and beyond. Each program has it own target population (i.e. children with visual impairment, children with autism, etc.) and should be contacted directly for more details including price (if applicable), exact location, etc.

ECH GENERAL ASSEMBLY – XVIII Symposium of GIRI 12 to 14th of November 2004 Scientific Report Evidence profile for the efficacy of homeopathy – A new paradigm for medical sciences: "The Body Information Theory". First question addressed: The activity of very highly diluted preparations. Homeopathic practitioners will argue that the use of preparations that are diluted beyondAvogadro's number (i.e. potencies greater than C10) happens in only 25% of the prescribedhomeopathic medications. Nevertheless, for some people this question is the most importantobstacle to the acceptance of homeopathy.

Prevention of Preeclampsia and IntrauterineGrowth Restriction With Aspirin Started inEarly PregnancyA Meta-Analysis Emmanuel Bujold, MD, MSc, Stéphanie Roberge, MSc, Yves Lacasse, MD, MSc, Marc Bureau, MD,Franc¸ois Audibert, MD, MSc, Sylvie Marcoux, MD, PhD, Jean-Claude Forest, MD, PhD,and Yves Gigue re, MD, PhD OBJECTIVE: To estimate the effect of low-dose aspirin

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A GLOBAL PROBLEM! NOT JUST A CHINESE ONE! GlaxoSmithKline China executives face bribery probe Ministry says executives at China subsidiary of GlaxoSmithKline paid hospitals, doctors and influential groups to prescribe their brands of medication. Friday, 12 July, 2013. China's police say employees of drug manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline bribed doctors and hospitals to

Osteoporos IntDOI 10.1007/s00198-011-1528-y Skeletal mineralization defects in adulthypophosphatasia—a clinical and histological analysis F. Barvencik & F. Timo Beil & M. Gebauer & B. Busse &T. Koehne & S. Seitz & J. Zustin & P. Pogoda & T. Schinke &M. Amling Received: 14 April 2010 / Accepted: 3 January 2011 # International Osteoporosis Foundation and National Osteoporosis Foundation 2011


AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL HYPNOSIS VOLUME 39 (2) Australian Society of Hypnosis All submissions to the AJCEH are subject to a (blind) peer refereed review process; this includes expanded research-based analytical reviews of books, but does not include film reviews or short book reviews, unless otherwise noted. The rejection rate for first submissions

Chapter 11 cell communication

Chapter 11 Cell Communication Lecture Outline Overview: The Cellular Internet  Cell-to-cell communication allows the trillions of cells in a multicellular organism to communicate to coordinate their activities.  Communication between cells is important for multicellular and unicellular organisms.  Biologists have discovered universal mechanisms of cellular regulation involving the same

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Surface Analysis under Ambient Conditions UsingPlasma-Assisted Desorption/Ionization MassSpectrometry Lucy V. Ratcliffe,† Frank J. M. Rutten,†,# David A. Barrett,*,† Terry Whitmore,‡ David Seymour,‡Claire Greenwood,‡ Yolanda Aranda-Gonzalvo,‡ Steven Robinson,§ and Martin McCoustra†,⊥ Centre for Analytical Bioscience, School of Pharmacy, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD,United Kingdom, Hiden Analytical Ltd., 420 Europa Boulevard, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 7UN, United Kingdom, andForensic Science Service, Unit 2900, Solihull Parkway, Birmingham Business Park, Birmingham, B37 7YN, United Kingdom

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Sexual Function and Quality of Life in Women with UrinaryIncontinence Treated by a Complete Pelvic Floor RehabilitationProgram (Biofeedback, Functional Electrical Stimulation, PelvicFloor Muscles Exercises, and Vaginal Cones)jsm_16761.9 Massimo Rivalta, MD, Maria Chiara Sighinolfi, MD, Salvatore Micali, MD, Stefano De Stefani, MD, andGiampaolo Bianchi, MD

MANAGEMENT OF OBSTETRIC HAEMORRHAGE Original article by: Dr Adrian Jennings, Dr James Brunning, Dr Catherine Brennan, Russells Hall Hospital, Dudley, UK Major obstetric haemorrhage is a common cause of maternal morbidity and mortality. In the UK, major haemorrhage occurs in approximately 3.7 per 1000 births. Maternal haemorrhage has fallen to being the sixth leading cause of direct maternal death in the 2006-2008 UK ‘Saving Mothers' Lives' national enquiry (mortality rate of 0.39 per 100 000 maternities). It is thought that improvement in the multidisciplinary management of these patients may have contributed to this decline. However, the overall rate in some developed countries appears to be increasing and in less developed countries obstetric haemorrhage remains one of the leading causes of maternal death. World Health Organisation statistics show it complicates up to 10.5% of births, and up to 50% of maternal deaths are attributable to its effects.