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Eva M. ... In addition to the DCMI, Eva M. Me´ndez Rodrı´guez has served on many conference and workshop program committees worldwide. ...doi:10.1108/02640471111111451 fatcat:gqydhadvtjcz7jlhdmutd7vz24
a v a i l a b l e a t w w w . s c i e n c e d i r e c t . c o m j o u r n a l h o m e p a g e : w w w . e l s e v i e r . c o m / l o c a t e / r m e d Medicine (2009 Results: Mean(SD) age was 68(8)years ... Mean(SD) body mass index was 28(5) kg/m 2 , with only 2% of subjects under 20 kg/m 2 . Mean intake of meat, poultry and eggs was slightly higher (mean 108 g/d) than recommended. ... mg (m)/1.2 mg (f) 211 (77) 255 (93) Vitamin B3 (mg) 23.9 (7.3) 16 mg (m)/15 mg (f) 244 (89) 262 (95) Vitamin B6 (mg) 2.1 (0.6) 1.4 mg (m)/1.2 mg (f) 246 (89) 264 (96) Vitamin B9 (mg) 349.7 ...doi:10.1016/j.rmed.2009.06.001 pmid:19564102 fatcat:64b7b7363rcejo5575i2sbvfqy
underlying the M 2 project: 1) A context awareness framework (CAF), and 2) An extended metadata framework. ... This paper reports on metadata research and development supporting memory and reflective learning that is being conducted as part of the Memex Metadata (M 2 ) for Student Portfolios project, University ... Gilliland's framework has helped us to identify M 2 metadata requirements for reflective learning, extend the CAF, and build a M 2 metadata framework. ...dblp:conf/dc/GreenbergCSROS06 fatcat:23lmc7bwtfdftmkio4ovdxr4gm
Metadata is a core issue for the creation of repositories. Different institutional repositories have chosen and use different metadata models, elements and values for describing the range of digital objects they store. Thus, this paper analyzes the current use of metadata describing those Learning Objects that some open higher educational institutions' repositories include in their collections. The goal of this work is to identify and analyze the different metadata models being used to describedoi:10.1080/01639370902737315 fatcat:agciimdw6rgtjda74bie5tt5cu
more »... educational features of those specific digital educational objects (such as audience, type of educational material, learning objectives, etc.). Also discussed is the concept and typology of Learning Objects (LO) through their use in University Repositories. We will also examine the usefulness of specifically describing those learning objects, setting them apart from other kind of documents included in the repository, mainly scholarly publications and research results of the Higher Education institution.
Citation: Ruiz-Rodríguez M, Valdivia E, Martín-Vivaldi M, Martín-Platero AM, Martínez-Bueno M, et al. (2012) Antimicrobial Activity and Genetic Profile of Enteroccoci Isolated from Hoopoes Uropygial Gland ... (SA: S. aureus; ML: M. luteus; LM: L. monocytogenes; LL: L. lactis; LI: L. innocua; BL: B. licheniformis; EF: E. faecium; S47: E. faecalis). ... and, afterwards, five randomly selected colonies from each plate were transferred to tubes containing Brain Heart Infusion (BHI, Scharlau, Barcelona, Spain) dissolved in sodium phosphate buffer (0.1 M, ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0041843 pmid:22911858 pmcid:PMC3404078 fatcat:l5vkym5jabejvharf36eelobq4
Background FAIR (findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability) guiding principles seek the reuse of data and other digital research input, output, and objects (algorithms, tools, and workflows that led to that data) making them findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable. GO FAIR - a bottom-up, stakeholder driven and self-governed initiative - defined a seven-step FAIRification process focusing on data, but also indicating the required work for metadata. Thisdoi:10.1055/s-0040-1713684 pmid:32620019 fatcat:a7mpkludszd5zauhy2nivhhbou
more »... process aims at addressing the translation of raw datasets into FAIR datasets in a general way, without considering specific requirements and challenges that may arise when dealing with some particular types of data. Objectives This scientific contribution addresses the architecture design of an open technological solution built upon the FAIRification process proposed by "GO FAIR" which addresses the identified gaps that such process has when dealing with health datasets. Methods A common FAIRification workflow was developed by applying restrictions on existing steps and introducing new steps for specific requirements of health data. These requirements have been elicited after analyzing the FAIRification workflow from different perspectives: technical barriers, ethical implications, and legal framework. This analysis identified gaps when applying the FAIRification process proposed by GO FAIR to health research data management in terms of data curation, validation, deidentification, versioning, and indexing. Results A technological architecture based on the use of Health Level Seven International (HL7) FHIR (fast health care interoperability resources) resources is proposed to support the revised FAIRification workflow. Discussion Research funding agencies all over the world increasingly demand the application of the FAIR guiding principles to health research output. Existing tools do not fully address the identified needs for health data management. Therefore, researchers may benefit in the coming years from a common framework that supports the proposed FAIRification workflow applied to health datasets. Conclusion Routine health care datasets or data resulting from health research can be FAIRified, shared and reused within the health research community following the proposed FAIRification workflow and implementing technical architecture.
deoxynucleoside triphosphates (dNTPs), 5 l of 1 M M13 primer (5=-GAGGGTGGCGGTTCT-3=), 1 U of MBL DNA polymerase, and 5 l of template DNA. ... horizontal transmission (23) and vertical transmission (22, 29) of beneficial microorganisms. reaction buffer [75 mM Tris HCl (pH 9.0), 50 mM KCl, 20 mM (NH 4 ) 2 SO 4 ], 5 l of 3 mM MgCl 2 , 2 l of 400 M ...doi:10.1128/aem.02242-14 pmid:25172851 pmcid:PMC4249055 fatcat:ujoivrtes5dhvei3dxormgdui4
Obe-sity was defined as a BMI ≥ 30 kg/m 2 and normal weight as a BMI < 25 kg/m 2 . Body composition was measured by air-displacement plethysmography (Bod-Pod ® , COSMED, Rome, Italy). ... Immunohistochemistry of ANGPTL8 Sections of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded human or rat liver (4 µm) were used to detect ANGPTL8 by the indirect immunoperoxidase assay  . ...doi:10.3390/ijms222312945 pmid:34884755 pmcid:PMC8657645 fatcat:3bcfy4pdkbczbbvuvsv2lzawta
In particular, we thank Ana M. ... Díaz Muñoz, Sofía García Rodríguez, Antonio Pérez Granados, Nieves Pérez Pérez, Amaia Lorea Álvarez, Arantzazu Zugasti Pérez, Miren Lorea Otero Aramburu, and María Isabel Gómez Osua. ... Body mass index (BMI) was calculated based on weight and height, and obesity was defined following the World Health Organization (WHO) criteria as BMI ≥ 30 kg/m 2 for participants older than 18 years. ...doi:10.3390/jpm10030123 pmid:32933076 fatcat:ar7tcekgbbaevdll24rglcf42m
Acknowledgements We are indebted to Verónica Rodríguez and Vanessa Iglesias for their assistance in translating this manuscript. ... We would also like to thank Eva Porras, María Dolores Pino-Jiménez, and Pilar Andreu for their help and technical assistance during the study. ...doi:10.1186/s12890-016-0262-9 pmid:27387544 pmcid:PMC4937546 fatcat:gp2u6yv23jc7tpsbk2ylerehya
To adapt the ICU Mobility Scale (IMS) to the area of intensive care units (ICU) in Spain and to evaluate the metric properties of the Spanish version of the IMS (IMS-Es). Descriptive metric study developed in two phases. Phase 1, adaptation to Spanish of the IMS by a team of nurses and physiotherapists (translation, pilot, backtranslation and agreement). Phase 2, analysis of metric properties (convergent, divergent and predictive validity, interobserver reliability, sensitivity and minimumdoi:10.1016/j.enfi.2019.10.001 pmid:32205014 pmcid:PMC7128886 fatcat:p77k62274badbhcdfo64an3nsy
more »... tant difference) of the IMS-Es. Patient characteristics (Barthel, Charlson, BMI, sex), sedation/agitation level (RASS), ICU and hospital stays, survival, quality of life (SF-12), muscle weakness (MRC-SS) and mobility (IMS-Es) were recorded in the patients of the MOviPre national multicentre study. After obtaining the IMS-Es, it was implemented in 645 patients from 80 Spanish ICUs between April and June 2017. Convergent validity: moderate correlation between IMS-Es and MRC-SS (r=.389; P<.001) and significant comparison between groups with and without ICU-acquired weakness (P<.001). Divergent validity: no correlation between IMS-Es and BMI [r (95%CI): -.112 (-.232 to .011)], weight [r (95%CI): -.098 (-.219 to .026)], Charlson [r (95%CI): -.122 (-.242 to .001)] and Barthel [r(95%CI): -.037 (-.160 to .087)] and no differences between sexes (P=.587) or BMI categories (P=.412). Predictive validity: moderate and significant correlations with post-ICU hospital stay [r (95%CI): -.442 (-.502 to -.377)] and physical component of SF-12 (PCS) [r (95%CI): .318 (.063 to .534)]; patients without active mobilisation in ICU increased risk of hospital mortality [OR (95%CI): 3.769 (1.428 to 9.947)]. Interobserver reliability: very good concordance between nurses [CCI (95%CI): .987 (.983 to .990)] and nurse-physiotherapist [CCI (95%CI): .963 (.948 to .974)]. Sensitivity to change: small effect on discharge from ICU (d=.273) and moderate effect at 3months after hospital discharge (d=.709). Minimal important difference: 2-point difference cut-off point, 91.1% sensitivity and 100.0% specificity. The IMS-Es is useful, valid and reliable for implementation by ICU nurses and physiotherapists in assessing the mobility of critical patients.
The impact of such recommendations after their implementation of guidelines has not usually been evaluated. Herein, we assessed the impact and compliance with the Spanish Oncology Genitourinary Group (SOGUG) Guidelines for toxicity management of targeted therapies in metastatic renal cell carcinoma (mRCC) in daily clinical practice. Methods: Data on 407 mRCC patients who initiated first-line targeted therapy during the year before and the year after publication and implementation of the SOGUGdoi:10.1186/s12885-016-2084-9 pmid:26906039 pmcid:PMC4763443 fatcat:snzktx65fvgplhamk647qoyiny
more »... ideline program were available from 34 Spanish Hospitals. Adherence to SOGUG Guidelines was assessed in every cycle. Results: Adverse event (AE) management was consistent with the Guidelines as a whole for 28.7 % out of 966 post-implementation cycles compared with 23.1 % out of 892 pre-implementation cycles (p = 0.006). Analysis of adherence by AE in non-compliant cycles showed significant changes in appropriate management of hypertension (33 % pre-implementation vs. 44.5 % post-implementation cycles; p < 0.0001), diarrhea (74.0 % vs. 80.5 %; p = 0.011) and dyslipemia (25.0 % vs. 44.6 %; p < 0.001). Conclusions: Slight but significant improvements in AE management were detected following the implementation of SOGUG recommendations. However, room for improvement in the management of AEs due to targeted agents still remains and could be the focus for further programs in this direction.
Fabio Rodriguez Cely Dr. Luis Gomez Cadena Dr. Odilio Mendez Sandoval Dr. Alberto Amaris Mora Dr. Jose Luis Calume Llorente Dr. Hernando Rodriguez Vargas Dr. Augusto Romero Arroyo Dr. ... Rodriguez Prof. Martha Lucia Torres Prof. Eva Sierra Ora. Nohora Madiedo Dr. Enrique Calvo Directores Hospitales Universitarios Dr. Alvaro Casallas Dr. Mauricio Barberi Dr. ...doaj:5f8fe9fbd8c4445f904f6fc85962731f fatcat:swwaq4sdxveljjbkok4um5wlky
M Q293X/Q293X Canada Alive S. pneumoniae M. avium (25,27) L 19 2. 5/M 118insA/118insA Japan † S. pneumoniae (25,44) L 20 4/M 118insA/118insA Japan Alive (25,44) ... M 21 4 mo/F ND USA † Undocumented meningitis (25) M 22 3/M Q293X/620-621delAC USA Alive S. pneumoniae (25) Medicine (Baltimore). ...doi:10.1097/md.0b013e3181fd8ec3 pmid:21057262 pmcid:PMC3103888 fatcat:boaybmz2zrhbtei2p4sxdpgapq
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Sanchez, Eva de sce De Sanchez, Eva. Sanchez, Evan Louis. An analysis of California correctional workers' academic training and needs. tn.p., 1960?, 201. ... Sanchez, Ana Maria Rodriguez see Rodriguez Sanchez, Ana Maria. S&nchez, Ana Quisqueya see Quisqueya Sfnchez, Ana. S4nchez, Angel Fern4ndez see Fernfndez Sanchez, Angel. ...
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