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Comorbidity Between Asthma Attacks and Internalizing Disorders Among Puerto Rican Children at One-Year Follow-Up

Jonathan M. Feldman, Alexander N. Ortega, Elizabeth L. McQuaid, Glorisa Canino
2006 Psychosomatics  
However, an association was not found between asthma attacks and persistence of internalizing disorders.  ...  Authors examined the association between internalizing disorders and asthma attacks at 1-year follow-up among a community sample of 1,789 children and adolescents ages 5-18 years living on the island of  ...  Data for this study were obtained through NIMH-funded grants: MH54827 (Dr. Canino), P01-MH 59876-02 (Dr. Alegría), and from P20 MD000537-01 (Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1176/appi.psy.47.4.333 pmid:16844893 pmcid:PMC2966278 fatcat:f7orcq7nmreqterywtqhtuoz3a

Observations in Six Cases of Paroxysmal Tachycardia

W. E. Hume
1918 QJM: Quarterly journal of medicine  
In order to discover the immediate cause of the attacks, certain observations were made on the nervous system, on the posture of the body, and on various drugs.  ...  He sought the advice of many doctors, who told him there was nothing seriously amiss with his heart and that he would outgrow the attacks, the nature of which was apparently not detected.  ...  On the third day after admission to the camp he had an attack of palpitation, and Fig. 6 is a polygraphic tracing taken during the attack; the rate is 260 and there is a single wave in the jugular pulse  ... 
doi:10.1093/qjmed/os-11.42.131 fatcat:qkza6xhjkjbxnpawnbjdpyzuue

ABNORMAL P WAVES AND PAROXYSMAL TACHYCARDIA

L. G. Davies, I. P. Ross
1963 Heart  
We have noticed P wave abnormalities in some patients with paroxysmal tachycardia, an observation that does not appear to have been reported by other workers.  ...  The instrument used is important, for the P wave abnormalities are less easily seen on tracings obtained with direct writing machines.  ...  The patients who show these changes are on average 12 years older than those who do not, but the difference in P wave pattern is not the result of a longer history of attacks, for this is the same in both  ... 
doi:10.1136/hrt.25.5.570 pmid:14063002 pmcid:PMC1018036 fatcat:xwinom3jnzbytishlzlgwn333u

WAVE OVERTOPPING AND RUBBLE MOUND STABILITY UNDER COMBINED LOADING OF WAVES AND CURRENT

Sepehr Eslami A., Marcel R.A. Van Gent
2011 Coastal Engineering Proceedings  
Therefore, the present study is focussed on wave loading in combination with a strong current. This study is based on physical model tests in a wave-current basin.  ...  The effects of wave-current interaction on wave overtopping and rubble mound stability has not been quantified, other than that for mild currents these processes are dominated by waves.  ...  This is observed for situations with a current with perpendicular wave attack and for oblique wave attack, both for an opposing current and for a following current.  ... 
doi:10.9753/icce.v32.structures.12 fatcat:zzwpeyarhva23dxnggelqvhnyq

Page 449 of Psychological Bulletin Vol. 34, Issue 7 [page]

1937 Psychological Bulletin  
The onset of an epileptic attack is shown in the E.E.G. before it is apparent from clinical observation.  ...  This is the only sequence of waves of characteristic form which has yet been found definitely pathognomonic of a specific clinical condition, petit mal epilepsy, since it has not been observed in a variety  ... 

Crushing the Wave – new Z-Wave vulnerabilities exposed [article]

Noureddine Boucif, Frederik Golchert, Alexander Siemer, Patrick Felke, Frederik Gosewehr
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This paper describes two denial of service attacks against the Z-Wave protocol and their effects on smart home gateways.  ...  This paper shows how both can be manipulated and used to block a Z-Wave gateway's communication processing which in turn disables the whole Z-Wave network connected to it  ...  Used tools: HackRF One The HackRF One [7] is an open-source SDR solution. This device can transmit and receive radio signals from one megahertz to six gigahertz.  ... 
arXiv:2001.08497v1 fatcat:o7mbi3khybgibdbr5yet6dfsom

OBLIQUE WAVE ATTACK ON CUBE AND ROCK ARMOURED RUBBLE MOUND BREAKWATERS

Guido Wolters, Marcel Van Gent
2011 Coastal Engineering Proceedings  
Often it is assumed that for oblique wave attack the reduction in damage compared to perpendicular wave attack is small. This seems however a very conservative assumption.  ...  The results show that the few available formulae that include wave obliquity underestimate the effects of oblique wave attack; the observed damage to breakwaters with armour layers of rock and cubes is  ...  Often it is assumed that for oblique wave attack the reduction in damage compared to perpendicular wave attack is small. This seems however a very conservative assumption.  ... 
doi:10.9753/icce.v32.structures.34 fatcat:spbxvqoxefgpfeztslsxemge6a

Wave-to-Access: Protecting Sensitive Mobile Device Services via a Hand Waving Gesture [chapter]

Babins Shrestha, Nitesh Saxena, Justin Harrison
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present the design and implementation of a hand waving gesture recognition mechanism using an ambient light sensor, already available on most mobile devices.  ...  This gesture is very simple, quick and intuitive for the user, but would be very hard for the attacker to exhibit without user's knowledge.  ...  This work was funded in part by the NSF CNS-1201927 grant.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02937-5_11 fatcat:lgsjcb7anfa4beuqyd3synyq64

Right-Wing Waves: Applying the Four Waves Theory to Transnational and Transhistorical Right-Wing Threat Trends

Amber Hart
2021 Terrorism and Political Violence  
The paper concludes that the extreme right is on the cusp of the next wave and discusses trends that may inform those in a position to counteract the forthcoming wave of activity.  ...  It is argued that waves are found internationally, and that Rapoport's model is therefore applicable to the right-wing milieu.  ...  acknowledges that this study is not free of limitations.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09546553.2020.1856818 fatcat:pl3h5glvibdhtict3fsmfovibu

DETERMINATION OF THE WAVE ATTACK ANTICIPATED UPON A STRUCTURE FROM LABORATORY AND FIELD OBSERVATIONS

W.A. Venis
2011 Coastal Engineering Proceedings  
The data used for this purpose were a. Results of wave-impact measurements on a model of the sluices.  ...  Model tests have been carried out to obtain an insight into the magnitude of the wave-pressures in various situations.  ...  As it is not impossible that the spread found in the breadth of attack depends on the properties of the windflume and because no data were available from the prototype it was assumed, that every wave load  ... 
doi:10.9753/icce.v7.37 fatcat:slewqxn5vzc75g25rv2z33mmum

Aiming to Detect a malware of GSM frequency [article]

Weijun Zhu, Kai Nie
2017 arXiv   pre-print
In order to find a specific type of malware which is related to GSM frequency, we propose an algorithm according to the most essential characteristics of this malware.  ...  At last, determine whether this threat occurs or not. Furthermore, we study the effective of the new method via some simulations.  ...  However, the transmission program is difficult to detect does not mean that can not be detected.  ... 
arXiv:1705.04785v1 fatcat:6ibvnaemhrftlliw52dqa7bvyq

CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY

H H Hyland, J E Goodwin, G E Hall
1939 Canadian Medical Association Journal  
-She was not aware of having lost consciousness in an attack.  ...  Unlike other attacks on the same day, there were no violent clonic movements, and, therefore, this record was not obscured by artefact.  ... 
pmid:20321460 pmcid:PMC537461 fatcat:2f6fauimpfahtfzjfe3eiozkz4

A NOTE ON THE VENOUS PULSE IN PAROXYSMAL TACHYCARDIA

FRANCIS W. PEABODY
1909 Archives of Internal Medicine  
The onset of this second wave occurs on an average 0.11 seconds before the next c wave, and it is, of course, possible that this might represent an a wave of auricular contraction.  ...  If one should assume that this is an a wave, then the a-c time-the time of transmission of the impulse from auricle to ventricle -when the heart's rate is 193, is 0.15 seconds, while between attacks, at  ... 
doi:10.1001/archinte.1909.00050210025002 fatcat:jiuo2zh2ozacnmjzo6v2rybwku

UNUSUAL CHANGES IN THE ELECTROCARDIOGRAMS OF PATIENTS WITH RECENT CORONART OCCLUSION

ANNE BOHNING, Louis N. KATZ
1933 American Journal of the Medical Sciences  
Fig. 12 is an example of the elevated 7 wave not specific for recent coronary occlusion.  ...  A, 1 day after an attack; B, 8 days later after another severe attack on the same day.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00000441-193307000-00005 fatcat:uj3t5yabfjgtxnyuazjzkpie3y

ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHIC STUDIES OF THE DYING HEART IN ANGINA PECTORIS

R L Hamilton, H Robertson
1933 Canadian Medical Association Journal  
The electrocardiographic findings during this first attack were the development of an auricular fibrillation, more inversion of the T waves, and frequent premature ventricular systoles arising apparently  ...  The attack subsided, but the electrocardiogram did not return to normal.  ...  A study of the electrocardiogram shows that cessation of the cardiac function is not simultaneous with clinical death, but follows this.  ... 
pmid:20319191 pmcid:PMC402956 fatcat:xaztk67bdnexjo4zo2ybacgo7e
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