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A Novel Technique for Recurrent Tube Exposure Repair

J. Minjy Kang, Yen Cheng Hsia, Ying Han
2020 Case Reports in Ophthalmological Medicine  
Tube exposure can lead to vision-threatening consequences and requires prompt surgical attention.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was made possible in part by NIH-NEI EY002162-Core Grant for Vision Research and by the Research to Prevent Blindness Unrestricted Grant.  ...  However, inserting a tube into the PP requires complete PPV to prevent vitreous occlusion of the tube, necessitating the added cost and time for a vitreoretinal surgeon to be present.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/6878025 pmid:32206361 pmcid:PMC7081018 fatcat:esfkutgnonf3da34yu3sw6rkdm

Page 513 of The Journal of Arthroplasty Vol. 11, Issue 5 [page]

1996 The Journal of Arthroplasty  
After waiting for blanching of the overlying skin, a small access incision is made over the quadriceps mechanism and a subcutaneous pocket is created.  ...  After the first four cases, we decided to measure the knee circumference prior to expander placement as well as at the time of each expansion to have another objective way of measuring the progress of  ... 

Page 95 of Mechanical Engineering Vol. 74, Issue 7 [page]

1952 Mechanical Engineering  
They are then returned to the airline maintenance depot for replacement stock. The result of this Lord service is . material saving in parts and in re- placement time.  ...  Stocking sufficient numbers of spare cores promotes prompt replacement when required —but renewal of rubber in old cores saves sizeable amounts on the over- all maintenance budget.  ... 

Development and implementation of the Australian universities radiation therapy student clinical assessment form

S Dempsey, E Giles, M Chiswell, C Wright, N Charlton, P Rowntree, W Forrest, K Churcher, Y Jimenez, C Hargrave
2012 Radiographer  
Lai for her work in developing the CD ROM training package.  ...  Acknowledgements Funding for this project was provided by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA). The authors wish to thank the staff of the DoHA who supported this project.  ...  The use of different student assessment tools was confusing for clinical supervisors at these centres, especially if they had students from different universities on placement at the same time, and this  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2051-3909.2012.tb00168.x fatcat:6wcnvzvn55gj5mutud23xxagu4

Endovascular stent–graft placement in aortic dissection: a meta-analysis

Holger Eggebrecht, Christoph A. Nienaber, Markus Neuhäuser, Dietrich Baumgart, Stephan Kische, Axel Schmermund, Ulf Herold, Tim C. Rehders, Heinz G. Jakob, Raimund Erbel
2005 European Heart Journal  
Overall complications were significantly higher in patients undergoing stent-graft placement for acute AD than in patients with chronic AD (21.7 + 2.8% vs. 9.1 + 2.3%, P ¼ 0.005).  ...  In addition, 2.8 + 0.7% of patients died over a mean follow-up period of 19.5 + 7.1 months.  ...  to open surgery in about 12% of patients over time.  ... 
doi:10.1093/eurheartj/ehi493 pmid:16227309 fatcat:jzigzsgb2rf3zo5nb3ftvfzozu

Neonatal Extremity Compartment Syndrome: A Rare Diagnosis Requiring Prompt Recognition

Nicholas T. Severyn, Kok Lim Kua
2020 American Journal of Perinatology Reports  
We report a case of upper extremity compartment syndrome from initial presentation until 3 months after discharge and discuss the importance of prompt diagnosis and timely surgical evaluation.  ...  Risk factors that predispose infants to a hypercoagulable state or trauma have been implicated, but the exact mechanisms remain poorly understood.  ...  The fact that the infant was not transferred until after 24 hours of life added further uncertainty as to whether a more timely surgical intervention would have resulted in a better outcome.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0040-1721654 fatcat:xq6u66szoffkhdjmwqwfd4hohy

Page 112 of Mechanical Engineering Vol. 78, Issue 1 [page]

1956 Mechanical Engineering  
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING  ...  the over-all picture.  ... 

Extra-neural Metastatic Potential of Primary Central Nervous System Malignancies

Ummey Hani, Syed Sarmad Bukhari, Muhammad Shahzad Shamim
2020 Zenodo  
Extraneural metastases of primary central nervous system malignancies are rare and challenging pathologies, with unknown metastatic mechanism and no consensus regarding the best treatment regimen.  ...  The authors suggested patients with intracranial HPC requiring permanent CSF diversion to be considered foremost for ETV over VPS placement, to minimize risk for ENM. 2 Stephens et al., reported the  ...  The authors highlighted the need for rigorous follow-up, including serial brain MRI, and prompt relevant examinations secondary to the occurrence of extracranial symptoms.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4482485 fatcat:p5fjp6wd2jgsrn3gu7beilvo3q

The use of emoji to establish student wellbeing: does the image reflect the reality?

Jenny Callender, Pete Bridge, Flora Al-Samarraie, Daniel Blair
2022 Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice  
Capturing simple wellbeing responses from a cohort may facilitate the organisation of timely support interventions.  ...  Conclusions: The use of emoji for rapid assessment of cohort mental wellbeing is valid and potentially useful alongside more formal evaluation and support strategies.  ...  being 'Excited but nervous for placement' "having unmet expectations" 'feeling tired from a new routine' The tired emoji was unique in capturing the emotion succinctly with the text providing little added  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1460396921000704 fatcat:cyexccwt75bkjdfcq33kdhaohe

Accidental Decannulation Following Placement of a Tracheostomy Tube

Alexander C White, Elaine Purcell, Mary Beth Urquhart, Bernard Joseph
2012 Respiratory care  
patients at high risk of AD), the incidence of AD over a subsequent 7 month period was significantly reduced, to 2.7 ؎ 1.9/1,000 tracheostomy days.  ...  OBJECTIVE: To analyze features of accidental decannulation (AD) following placement of a tracheostomy tube, and to implement strategies to reduce the problem.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank John Devlin PharmD for his invaluable constructive criticism of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.4187/respcare.01627 pmid:22613579 fatcat:sgtzpbhgrjfqvbbuaukd5uityq

Impact of CardioMEMS device placement on lifestyle modifications: a "pseudo-placebo" effect beyond the expected?

Mahmoud Assaad, Robby Singh, Sinan Sarsam, Abbie Bowen, Marcel Zughaib
2018 Journal of International Medical Research  
Discussion: The CHAMPION trial showed numerous benefits for patients who underwent CardioMEMS device placement.  ...  In our study, we found that device placement also resulted in a "pseudo-placebo" effect with most patients making positive lifestyle modifications.  ...  The survey was conducted over the telephone and included questions about lifestyle changes after device placement, improvement in dyspnea, increased physical activity, improved diet, and changes in the  ... 
doi:10.1177/0300060518774123 pmid:29806516 fatcat:7k5pi6bbnrd5lhbfr6lpdzkqku

Implementing Sponsored Search in Web Search Engines: Computational Evaluation of Alternative Mechanisms

Juan Feng, Hemant K. Bhargava, David M. Pennock
2007 INFORMS journal on computing  
The search engine can address initial inscience of relevance scores by modifying rank allocations over time as it observes clickthroughs at each rank.  ...  We model and compare several mechanisms for allocating sponsored slots, including stylized versions of those used by Overture and Google, the two biggest brokers of sponsored search.  ...  This approximation improves over time as the search engine gathers more data, hence the ranking produced by each mechanism needs to be revised over time until the steady-state solution is obtained.  ... 
doi:10.1287/ijoc.1050.0135 fatcat:4dzqaw5phbeejlz66jqe72ipua

Exclusive Preferential Placement as Search Diversion: Evidence from Flight Search

Benjamin G. Edelman, Zhenyu Lai
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Applied to internet search engines, we investigate a diversion mechanism based on Google's exclusive award of preferential placement to its own services.  ...  Controlling for search intent, we find that Google's differential placement of Flight Search across similar search queries led to an 85% increase in click-through rates for paid advertising and a 65% decrease  ...  For example, in the relevant time period, a Google search for "flights to orlando" led to the exclusive preferential placement of GFS, but a Google search for "flights to orlando fl" did not.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2251294 fatcat:cwheq7kitzfm3hmvs4lf4trb7i

Accidental Insertion of a Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter in the Urinary Bladder

Shivraj Riar, Mohammed Abdulhadi, Christine Day, Bhanu Prasad
2018 Case Reports in Nephrology and Dialysis  
This case illustrates the need for prophylactic Foley catheterization in individuals at high risk for a distended bladder either as a consequence of a mechanical obstruction from an enlarged prostate or  ...  due to a neurogenic bladder while undergoing "blind" percutaneous placement.  ...  The significant economic advantage of PD over in-center hemodialysis added to the excessive wait times for surgical placement of catheters has led to nephrologists being trained to insert catheters.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000488642 pmid:29850461 pmcid:PMC5968299 fatcat:t2zu2ufsxnhr7las2nwzt54atu

The Efficacy of Brand-Execution Tactics in TV Advertising, Brand Placements, and Internet Advertising

Jenni Romaniuk
2009 Journal of Advertising Research  
The key mechanism for communicating the brand is direct branding execution, which is how the brand name is presented throughout an advertisement.  ...  (2008)— 143 advertisements for Interviews postexposure as Number of times the brand Execution prompted advertising None _ Study 4 100 brands—30 and 15 s part of normal viewing name/logo on screen recall  ... 
doi:10.2501/s0021849909090187 fatcat:wyxvoduufzdixm6hob2x4vf6ti
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