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Inorg. Chem. 2004, 43, 2114−2124 Coordination Complexes of Molybdenum with 3,6-Di-tert-butylcatechol.Addition Products of DMSO, Pyridine N-oxide, and TriphenylarsineOxide to the Putative [MoVIO(3,6-DBCat)2] Monomer and Self-Assemblyof the Chiral [{MoVIO(3,6-DBCat)2}4] Square

DOI: 10.7574/cjicl.02.03.118Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (2)3: 640–656 (2013) Abortion and a Right to Health inInternational Law: L.C. v PeruCharlotte Bate Abortion, international law, Latin America, reproductive rights, CEDAW, Peru In November 2011, the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination AgainstWomen decided a complaint originating from Peru. The complaint concerned ayoung woman, L.C., who was denied access to a safe and legal abortion that sherequired so that she could undergo urgent medical treatment. This article wiladdress the decision, its place in international human rights law, and its likelyimpact, if any, on abortion legislation in Peru.

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The Jerusalem Intercultural Cente سدقلا يف تا فا قثلا نيب راوحل ازكر م )ר"ע( םילשוריל יתוברת-ןיבה זכרמה "Promoting a Pluralistic Society in Jerusa "سدقلا يف تا فا قثلا ددعتل " "םילשוריב תינוג-בר הרבחב םייחל" GUIDE: CULTURAL COMPETENCE TRAINING IN

Infektionskrankheiten Seite 1 – LZK Thüringen – Stand: September 2013 1. Einleitung und Rechtsgrundlagen Eine Infektionskrankheit ist eine durch Erreger hervorgerufene Erkrankung. Sie ist aber nicht einer Infektion gleichzusetzen, da nicht jede Infektion notwendigerweise zu einer Erkrankung führt. Infektionskrankheiten zeigen ein breites Spektrum von zeitlichen Verläufen und Symp-tomen.

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e-mail: J Babol Univ Med Sci; 11(3); Aug-Sep 2009 The Effect of Sucralfate in Prevention ; N. Ahmadloo, et al RTOG/ EORTC Kneebone, Martenson J Babol Univ Med Sci; 11(3); Aug-Sep 2009 The Effect of Sucralfate in Prevention ; N. Ahmadloo, et al The Effect of Sucralfate in Prevention of Radiation- Induced Acute Proctitis

J Arch Mil Med. 2015 August; 3(3): e30057. DOI: 10.5812/jamm.30057 Published online 2015 August 24. Assessment of Consensus-Based Pharmacological Therapies in Irritable Seyed Reza Abtahi 1,*; Parvin Zareian 11Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, School of Medicine, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, IR Iran*Corresponding author: Seyed Reza Abtahi, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, School of Medicine, AJA University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, IR Iran. Tel: +98-2188337909,

UNDER EMBARGO UNTIL MARCH 8, 2016, 12:01 AM ET Podcast available onlineat Adolescent Attitudes and Beliefs Regarding Caffeineand the Consumption of Caffeinated BeveragesPaige Turton, MScFN, RDy; Len Piche, PhD, RD; Danielle S. Battram, PhD, RD ABSTRACTObjectives: To explore adolescents' attitudes and beliefs toward the consumption of caffeinated bever-ages and factors influencing their caffeinated beverage choice and consumption patterns.Design: Twenty focus groups were conducted with grades 9 to 12 secondary school students.Setting: Two secondary schools in London, Ontario, Canada.Participants: This study included 166 adolescents, 42% of whom were male and 72% of whom were ingrades 9 and 10.Phenomenon of Interest: Adolescent views regarding caffeine and caffeinated beverages.Analysis: Three researchers independently conducted inductive content analysis on the data using theprinciples of the immersion-crystallization method.Results: Awareness levels regarding types of caffeinated beverages and their negative health effects werehigh in adolescents whereas awareness of other aspects of caffeine itself and recommended consumptionlevels were low. Adolescents also identified reasons for caffeine use, including providing energy, taste,accessibility, and image enhancement. Influences for caffeine use most noted by participants includedparental role modeling, media and advertising, and social norms.Conclusions and Implications: Further education is needed to correct the misconceptions adolescentshave regarding certain aspects of caffeine. By gaining a deeper understanding of adolescents' caffeineuse, effective educational strategies may be developed to reduce its use and mitigate potential harms.Key Words: adolescents, caffeine, caffeinated beverages, attitudes, focus groups (J Nutr Educ Behav.2016;48:181-189.)

Meta-Analysis of Multiple Primary Prevention Trials of Cardiovascular Events Using Aspirin Alfred A. Bartolucci, PhD,a,* Michal Tendera, MDb, and George Howard, DrPHa Several meta-analyses have focused on determination of the effectiveness of aspirin (ace-tylsalicylic acid) in primary prevention of cardiovascular (CV) events. Despite these data,the role of aspirin in primary prevention continues to be investigated. Nine randomizedtrials have evaluated the benefits of aspirin for the primary prevention of CV events: theBritish Doctors' Trial (BMD), the Physicians' Health Study (PHS), the Thrombosis Pre-vention Trial (TPT), the Hypertension Optimal Treatment (HOT) study, the PrimaryPrevention Project (PPP), the Women's Health Study (WHS), the Aspirin for Asymptom-atic Atherosclerosis Trial (AAAT), the Prevention of Progression of Arterial Disease andDiabetes (POPADAD) trial, and the Japanese Primary Prevention of Atherosclerosis WithAspirin for Diabetes (JPAD) trial. The combined sample consists of about 90,000 subjectsdivided approximately evenly between those taking aspirin and subjects not taking aspirinor taking placebo. A meta-analysis of these 9 trials assessed 6 CV end points: total coronaryheart disease, nonfatal myocardial infarction (MI), total CV events, stroke, CV mortality,and all-cause mortality. No covariate adjustment was performed, and appropriate tests fortreatment effect, heterogeneity, and study size bias were applied. The meta-analysis suggestedsuperiority of aspirin for total CV events and nonfatal MI, (p <0.05 for each), with nonsignif-icant results for decreased risk for stroke, CV mortality, and all-cause mortality. There was noevidence of a statistical bias (p >0.05). In conclusion, aspirin decreased the risk for CV eventsand nonfatal MI in this large sample. Thus, primary prevention with aspirin decreased the riskfor total CV events and nonfatal MI, but there were no significant differences in the incidencesof stroke, CV mortality, all-cause mortality and total coronary heart disease.


Open Journal ofClinical & Medical Volume 2 (2016) Issue 11 Case Reports Low-Resolution Electromagnetic Tomography (LORETA) of changed Brain Function Provoked by Pro-Dopamine Regulator (KB220z) in one Adult ADHD case Bruce Steinberg; Kenneth Blum*; Thomas McLaughlin; Joel Lubar; Marcelo Febo; Eric R. Braverman; Rajendra D Badgaiyan


BRIEF REPORT Strongyloides as a Cause of Fever of UnknownOrigin Iliana Neumann, MD, Rhianna Ritter, MD, and Anne Mounsey, MD Strongyloides is endemic in parts of the United States. Most often it is asymptomatic but it has a widerange of clinical presentations. Because of the unusual capacity of strongyloides for autoinfection, it cancause hyperinfection, when it effects the pulmonary and gastrointestinal systems, or disseminated infec-tion, when other organs are involved. Both hyperinfection and disseminated strongyloides usually occurin immunosuppressed patients. We report a case of hyperinfection with strongyloides in a man present-ing with fever of unknown origin who was not immunosuppressed. (J Am Board Fam Med 2012;25:390 –393.)

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ACUPUNCTURE AND PRE-MENSTRUAL SYNDROME About pre-menstrual syndrome Most women of reproductive age experience at least mild premenstrual symptoms at some time in their lives (O'Brien 1987). However, around 2–10% of women have premenstrual symptoms that severely disrupt daily living (O'Brien 1987, DTB 1992, Wittchen 2002). These more troublesome symptoms are usually termed ‘premenstrual syndrome' (PMS), if they comprise recurrent psychological and/or physical symptoms that occur specifically during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle and usually resolve by the end of menstruation (O'Brien 1987).

2.54cm or 1inch margin on all Font: Time New Roman, Size: 14, Style: Bold, Small Title case (Should es for the whole manuscript not be Caps), Align: Center Simultaneous estimation of fluticasone propionate, azelastine hydrochloride, phenylethyl alcohol and benzalkonium chloride by

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Resurfacing of Pitted Facial Acne Scars with a Long-Pulsed Er:YAG Laser Jeung-Tae Jeong, MD and Young-Chul Kye, MD Department of Dermatology, Korea University Anam Hospital, Seoul, Korea background. Conventional short-pulsed Er:YAG lasers show ately, 1 week, 2 weeks, 4 weeks, and 8 weeks postoperatively

30 años de vida institucional. Antecedentes históricos El proceso de creación concluyó el 13 de agosto de 1980 con la oficialización de la Marina de Guerra Sandinista. Su primer A partir de 1931, el General Augusto C. Sandino designó jefe fue el Comandante Richard Lugo Kautz (q.e.p.d.). El 13 al coronel Abraham Rivera para desarrol ar la guerril a de agosto se estableció como día de su fundación.

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INTRODUCTION Fire extinguishers are essential fire suppression tools that firefighters us in the initial stage of a fire and against this background, it is important to be knowledgeable of the innumerable types and be able to determine the most suitable type for different situations. It is ideally important to be familiar with the various parts and their functions. Primarily, fires generally start small and with the proper know-how and application, an extinguisher can be used to prevent what could be a major conflagration. Extinguishers also prevent water and other damages which may occur in fighting small fires. Aim Of Module The purpose of this module is to sensitize firefighters on the subject of extinguishers. Module Objectives On completion of this module trainees will be able to:

INTERVENTRICULAR SEPTUM HYDATID CYST: 6- year follow-up Mirzaie Asadollah M.D, Mirzaie Maryam M.D* Abstract Hydatid cyst disease should be considered in differential diagnosis. It can present in nonspecific symptoms especially in the endemic areas. Cardiac involvement should be considered in patients with previous hydatid cyst disease. Cardiac hydatid cysts account for less than 2% of all hydatid diseases. We report the case of a 14-year-old boy with the diagnosis of arterial occlusion of the right lower extremity. Surgical exploration of the femoral artery revealed multiple hydatid cysts. Echocardiography showed a mobile mixed mass lesion. Complete resection of the mass was done from interventricular septum. Post cardiac operative histopathological examination revealed a complicated hydatid cyst confirming complete mass excision. In this case a 6 year clinical and serological tests evaluation follow-up after surgical treatment had showed no evidence of recurrence. This case emphasizes that, in endemic countries, primary cardiovascular echinococcosis should be considered.

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REGULATIONS AND SYLLABUS BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B.PHARM) COURSE JSS UNIVERSITY SRI SHIVARATHREESHWARA NAGAR MYSORE – 570 015 JSS University Sri Shivarathreeshwara Nagar Mysore – 570 015 Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) course REGULATIONS These regulations shall be called as "The Regulations for the B. Pharmacy Degree course of the J.S.S. University, Mysore". They shall come into force from the Academic Year 2012 - 2013. The regulations framed are subject to modifications from time to time by the authorities of the university Minimum qualification for admission to the course