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Variation in antibiotic treatment for diabetic patients with serious foot infections: A retrospective observational study

Benjamin G Fincke, Donald R Miller, Cindy L Christiansen, Robin S Turpin
2010 BMC Health Services Research  
The range of variation across facilities proved substantially greater than that across the different categories of foot infection.  ...  Diabetic foot infections are common, serious, and diverse. There is uncertainty about optimal antibiotic treatment, and probably substantial variation in practice.  ...  of the extremities with ulceration 707.14 Ulcer of heel and mid foot 707.15 Ulcer of other part of foot 707.1 Ulcer of lower limbs Cellulitis or abscess of foot 680.7 Carbuncle and furuncle of foot, heel  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6963-10-193 pmid:20604922 pmcid:PMC2914722 fatcat:l37q7mxyqjfbpfry4jgbosw7uq

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Cindy W. Hamilton, Marianne Mallia-Hughes, Devora Mitrany, MaryAnn Foote, Adriane Fugh-Berman
2005 Journal of general internal medicine  
Sincerely-Cindy W.  ...  Tex, USA; Devora Mitrany, ELS, Past chairperson, AMWA Task Force on the Contributions of Medical Writers to Scientific Publications; Consulting Medical Editor, Caremark, Scottsdale, Ariz, USA; MaryAnn Foote  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1525-1497.2005.051391_1.x pmid:16191155 pmcid:PMC1490231 fatcat:jzfq3cdeongtxooqeemraa7pmq

Estimation of Basic Reproduction Number of Enterovirus 71, Coxsackievirus A6 and A16 in Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease Outbreaks in Singapore

Cindy Lim, Lili Jiang, Li Wei Ang, Stefan Ma, Lyn James, Jeffery Cutter
2014 Online Journal of Public Health Informatics  
doi:10.5210/ojphi.v6i1.5091 fatcat:nbi4ucfkabcqpiyamf53rp5oey

A Randomized Trial Comparing Weekly With Every Second Week Sharp Debridement in People With Diabetes-Related Foot Ulcers Shows Similar Healing Outcomes: Potential Benefit to Resource Utilization

Vanessa L. Nube, Jessica M. White, Kate Brewer, Danielle Veldhoen, Cindy Meler, Georgina Frank, Kate Carroll, Jill Featherston, Jacqueline Batchelor, Val Gebski, Jennifer A. Alison, Stephen M. Twigg
2021 Diabetes Care  
Adults with diabetes and a plantar neuropathic foot ulcer of $2 weeks' duration and $0.5-10 cm 2 in size were included.  ...  Current guidelines strongly recommend regular, sharp debridement of diabetesrelated foot ulcers (DFU) when blood flow is adequate (1) .  ... 
doi:10.2337/dc21-1454 pmid:34675055 pmcid:PMC8669526 fatcat:pnlj6nkbajetddwawjwgxaju3u

The Transit Light Curve Project. IX. Evidence for a Smaller Radius of the Exoplanet XO‐3b

Joshua N. Winn, Matthew J. Holman, Guillermo Torres, Peter McCullough, Christopher Johns‐Krull, David W. Latham, Avi Shporer, Tsevi Mazeh, Enrique Garcia‐Melendo, Cindy Foote, Gil Esquerdo, Mark Everett
2008 Astrophysical Journal  
We present photometry of 13 transits of XO-3b, a massive transiting planet on an eccentric orbit. Previous data led to two inconsistent estimates of the planetary radius. Our data strongly favor the smaller radius, with increased precision: R_p = 1.217 +/- 0.073 R_Jup. A conflict remains between the mean stellar density determined from the light curve, and the stellar surface gravity determined from the shapes of spectral lines. We argue the light curve should take precedence, and revise the
more » ... tem parameters accordingly. The planetary radius is about 1 sigma larger than the theoretical radius for a hydrogen-helium planet of the given mass and insolation. To help in planning future observations, we provide refined transit and occultation ephemerides.
doi:10.1086/589737 fatcat:6qxkog6wa5aqlmocuzalk2j2tu

Analysis of the PINK1 Gene in a Large Cohort of Cases With Parkinson Disease

Ekaterina Rogaeva, Janel Johnson, Anthony E. Lang, Cindy Gulick, Katrina Gwinn-Hardy, Toshitaka Kawarai, Christine Sato, Angharad Morgan, John Werner, Robert Nussbaum, Agnes Petit, Michael S. Okun (+13 others)
2004 Archives of Neurology  
Mutations in the PTEN-induced kinase (PINK1) gene located within the PARK6 locus on chromosome 1p35-p36 have recently been identified in patients with recessive early-onset Parkinson disease. Objective: To assess the prevalence of PINK1 mutations within a series of early-and late-onset Parkinson disease patients living in North America. Design: All coding exons of the PINK1 gene were sequenced in a series of 289 Parkinson disease patients and 80 neurologically normal control subjects; the
more » ... ion frequencies were evaluated in additional controls (100 white and 50 Filipino subjects). Results: We identified 27 variants, including the first reported compound heterozygous mutation (Glu240Lys and Leu489Pro) and a homozygous Leu347Pro mutation in 2 unrelated young-onset Parkinson disease patients. Conclusion: Autosomal recessive mutations in PINK1 are a rare cause of young-onset Parkinson disease.
doi:10.1001/archneur.61.12.1898 pmid:15596610 fatcat:bgybdwjtr5etpb4jwcesiwzxqy

Tools and strategies for physiological genomics: the Rat Genome Database

Simon N. Twigger, Dean Pasko, Jeff Nie, Mary Shimoyama, Susan Bromberg, Dan Campbell, Jiali Chen, Norberto dela Cruz, Chunyu Fan, Cindy Foote, Glenn Harris, Brian Hickmann (+20 others)
2005 Physiological Genomics  
The broad goal of physiological genomics research is to link genes to their functions using appropriate experimental and computational techniques. Modern genomics experiments enable the generation of vast quantities of data, and interpretation of this data requires the integration of information derived from many diverse sources. Computational biology and bioinformatics offer the ability to manage and channel this information torrent. The Rat Genome Database (RGD; http://rgd. mcw.edu) has
more » ... ped computational tools and strategies specifically supporting the goal of linking genes to their functional roles in rat and, using comparative genomics, to human and mouse. We present an overview of the database with a focus on these unique computational tools and describe strategies for the use of these resources in the area of physiological genomics. Article published online before print. See web site for date of publication
doi:10.1152/physiolgenomics.00040.2005 pmid:16106031 pmcid:PMC4505745 fatcat:a5aranpv5feflcbwjqeddqxg4m

XO‐2b: Transiting Hot Jupiter in a Metal‐rich Common Proper Motion Binary

Christopher J. Burke, P. R. McCullough, Jeff A. Valenti, Christopher M. Johns‐Krull, Kenneth A. Janes, J. N. Heasley, F. J. Summers, J. E. Stys, R. Bissinger, Michael L. Fleenor, Cindy N. Foote, Enrique Garcia‐Melendo (+6 others)
2007 Astrophysical Journal  
We report on a V=11.2 early K dwarf, XO-2 (GSC 03413-00005), that hosts a Rp=0.98+0.03/-0.01 Rjup, Mp=0.57+/-0.06 Mjup transiting extrasolar planet, XO-2b, with an orbital period of 2.615857+/-0.000005 days. XO-2 has high metallicity, [Fe/H]=0.45+/-0.02, high proper motion, mu_tot=157 mas/yr, and has a common proper motion stellar companion with 31" separation. The two stars are nearly identical twins, with very similar spectra and apparent magnitudes. Due to the high metallicity, these early K
more » ... dwarf stars have a mass and radius close to solar, Ms=0.98+/-0.02 Msolar and Rs=0.97+0.02/-0.01 Rsolar. The high proper motion of XO-2 results from an eccentric orbit (Galactic pericenter, Rper<4 kpc) well confined to the Galactic disk (Zmax~100 pc). In addition, the phase space position of XO-2 is near the Hercules dynamical stream, which points to an origin of XO-2 in the metal-rich, inner Thin Disk and subsequent dynamical scattering into the solar neighborhood. We describe an efficient Markov Chain Monte Carlo algorithm for calculating the Bayesian posterior probability of the system parameters from a transit light curve.
doi:10.1086/523087 fatcat:r2an7bm7yrhbnka4rcwiywo3fq

EXPLORING THE OCEAN'S MICROBES: SEQUENCING THE SEVEN SEAS

Marvin E. Frazier, Douglas B. Rusch, Aaron L. Halpern, Karla B. Heidelberg, Granger Sutton, Shannon Williamson, Shibu Yooseph, Dongying Wu, Jonathan A. Eisen, Jeff Hoffman, Charles H. Howard, Cyrus Foote (+30 others)
2006 Computational Systems Bioinformatics  
doi:10.1142/9781860947575_0001 fatcat:xvfdqjeivrbznhlloj2z22cj5y

EXPLORING THE OCEAN'S MICROBES: SEQUENCING THE SEVEN SEAS

Marvin E. Frazier, Douglas B. Rusch, Aaron L. Halpern, Karla B. Heidelberg, Granger Sutton, Shannon Williamson, Shibu Yooseph, Dongying Wu, Jonathan A. Eisen, Jeff Hoffman, Charles H. Howard, Cyrus Foote (+30 others)
2006 Computational Systems Bioinformatics - Proceedings of the Conference CSB 2006  
doi:10.1142/1860947573_0004 fatcat:hh6xzspcn5advgu5c5lh2zwsuy

EXPLORING THE OCEAN'S MICROBES: SEQUENCING THE SEVEN SEAS

Marvin E. Frazier, Douglas B. Rusch, Aaron L. Halpern, Karla B. Heidelberg, Granger Sutton, Shannon Williamson, Shibu Yooseph, Dongying Wu, Jonathan A. Eisen, Jeff Hoffman, Charles H. Howard, Cyrus Foote (+30 others)
2006 Computational Systems Bioinformatics - Proceedings of the Conference CSB 2006  
doi:10.1142/18609475730004 fatcat:texbadnh4jauriito5w6hqvbnm

Page 265 of American Speech Vol. 35, Issue 4 [page]

1960 American Speech  
Cindy-san grins. She ketchee five aces in this deal, all time know jump boot fit. Boot slide on skoshi foot with number one fit. ‘Kid, you dai jobu,’ he speak.  ...  Next day big TI&E bulletin go out: Number-one prince meda-meda for jo-san who has foot to fit Corcoran jump boot, ketchee and marry, make number one jo-san in Korea.  ... 

Page 249 of Recreation Vol. 35, Issue 4 [page]

1941 Recreation  
Then, there he is, one foot on a chair, banjo on knee, and a lift of his head toward his heckler. But it isn’t “Cindy”!  ...  Sing ‘Cindy’ !” Bascom Lamar Lunsford, the director, tries to go on. “Hey, Bascom! Sing ‘Cindy’!” A quick glance in the general direction of the disturber.  ... 

Page 20 of Guernsey Breeders' Journal Vol. 175, Issue 10 [page]

2006 Guernsey Breeders' Journal  
She is pictured here with Mary and Wayne Foote Jr., William Peck, Betsy, Wayne Sr. and Suzanne Foote.  ...  Cindy with her oldest daughter, Jean, af- ter Jean was crowned the 2006 National Guernsey Queen. their involvement to the show ring.  ... 

Page 268 of The American Magazine Vol. 50, Issue 3 [page]

1900 The American Magazine  
At the foot of the garden was an old, disused well that father had partly covered. The curb was gone, and the mouth mostly concealed in brushwood.  ...  ‘* A dollar each,’’ said Cindy. **]’ve got two silver dollars, and some tame rabbits, and an old gun—I’ll give the whole business for that coal scuttle of yours, Cindy.”’  ... 
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