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  • The components of a loosely coupled system are typically designed to operate by generating and responding to asynchronous events. An event notification service is an application-independent in- frastructure that supports the construction of event-based systems, whereby generators of events publish event notifications to the infrastructure and consumers of events subscribe with the infras- tructure to receive relevant notifications. The two primary services that should be provided to com- ponents by the infrastructure are notification selection (i.e.

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  • The result of these constructions is that narrative proceeds in a straight trajectory through time. Any transitions that break linearity (for example, flashbacks) are carefully prepared for and all narrative threads are sewn together at the end. The continuity style is a remarkable form because of its persistence, its invisibility, and because we learn how to read it easily and without any instruction than seeing the films themselves.

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  • Many procedures were introduced to improve the recovery of postoperative sexual function and urinary incontinence: bladder neck suspension or reconstruction (Poon et al., 2000), reconstruction of the rhabdosphincter (Rocco et al., 2007), periurethral suspension of the dorsal vein complex/urethral complex (Patel et al., 2009) and preservation of the neurovascular bundle (Kaiho et al., 2005), but have failed to solve the problems completely until now.

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  • Peter Farmer reported having received remuneration for consultancy from a commercial entity or other organization with an interest related to the subject of air pollution. Matti Jantunen and Naohide Shinohara reported having received remuneration for consulting from a commercial entity or other organization with an interest related to the subject of air pollution and having received research support from a commercial entity or other organization with an interest related to the subject of air pollution.

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  • After the two introductory presentations, participants receive hands-on training in how to operate (launch on a computer, troubleshoot, etc.) the UCB particle monitor, the HOBO CO logger and CO diffusion tubes. During a field trip to a nearby biomass-using home they place the instruments in the kitchen, record important sampling information on a sampling data form and collect basic information about the kitchen and household. A post- monitoring questionnaire characterizes important factors that can affect IAP levels.

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  • Children’s health behaviors and risk-taking (sexual activity, poor nutrition, physical inactivity, substance use, violence, etc.) are determined by a variety of factors. Governments, foundations, communities, schools, and adults all play important roles in supporting healthy behaviors among children. Implementing evidence-based programs and policies increases the impact of financial and resource investments and can improve child health outcomes. Since 2002, there have been some improvements worth noting.

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  • This paper will explore how the fifi nancial regulatory structure propelled these three credit rating agencies to the center of the U.S. bond markets—and thereby virtually guaranteed that when these rating agencies did make mistakes, those mistakes would have serious consequences for the fifi nancial sector.

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  • The final stage of the analysis phase involves the selection of the strategy(ies) which will be used to achieve the desired objectives. Strategy analysis involves deciding what objectives will be included IN the project, and what objectives will remain OUT, and what the project purpose and overall objectives will be. In addition to examining the logic, strategy analysis also looks at the feasibility of different interventions.

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  • Students Teach Lifesaving Lessons in Egypt Members of the Egyptian Medical Students’ Association (EMSA) organized a week-long education campaign targeting parents waiting in the outpatient clinics of 20 university hospitals nationwide. Through the effort, 5,000 families were educated about the disease and received informational materials, including a pneumonia coloring book for children. The Egyptian Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation (EPSF) distributed fliers, brochures, posters and t-shirts to more than 40,000 people.

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  • The results of the review are structured to summarize the relevant studies that addressed each of these questions in relation to medicine, nursing and other health professional contexts. Several studies addressed more than one of our questions. For clarity, we have highlighted the different aspects of a single study under the relevant questions.

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  • In neurointensive patients with acute lung injury, achieving the goal of lung protection without threatening cerebral perfusion is very difficult. In patients with more refractory raised intracranial pressure, the optimal balance between brain and lung may not be well established. Multiple strategies are used to recruit atelectatic alveoli and improve oxygenation. Among them incremental levels of PEEP and high intermittent tidal volumes should require extend brain physiological monitoring.

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  • The new toolkit focuses on relapse prevention, risks of secondhand smoke exposure and the health benefits of quitting smoking for mother and infant. It also emphasizes the potential and underlying issues related to relapse including postpartum depression, stress and miscarriage. An appendix for counselors to use as a reference tool during counseling sessions is also included in the toolkit.

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  • Conversely, judges may assign one or two beers much higher scores than other beers simply because they stand out as being much more flavorful (extreme scoring). In addition, as judges become tired (and possibly intoxicated) during long flights, they may allow impressions of some very noticeable characteristics of particular beers to overly influence their perceptions (and scores) of other characteristics of the beers (halo effect). For example, a weizen that is too dark may (falsely) also seem too heavy and caramel-flavored.

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  • The authors provided evidence regarding NSAIDs mechanism of action and NSAIDs management including low-dose aspirin therapy. The discovery of safe NSAIDs with reduced upper GI toxicity such as selective COX-2 inhibitors is also presented in this chapter. Vanaskova et al., described the functional disorders of the GIT, focusing on swallowing dysfunctions in human beings. It is well known that these disorders are not only difficult to verify and quantify but also difficult to treat.

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  • Unrecognised sleep-related generalised epileptic seizures disturb sleep achritecture as they cause arousals. Generalized epileptic seizures reduce total sleep time and elongate latency to REM sleep. Amount of NREM1 and NREM2 stages may be extended (Foldvary-Schaefer, 2002). Partial epileptic seizures during sleep do not disrupt night sleep markedly, only in case of their secondary generalization (Dasheiff, 2003). Epileptic seizures during daytime influence night sleep too. They reduce REM sleep, what may be cause of fatigue in postparoxysmal period (Bazil, Castro & Walczak, 2000).

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  • Valuation of all assets and liabilities, other than technical provisions should be carried out, unless otherwise stated in conformity with International Accounting Standards as endorsed by the European Commission. They are therefore considered a suitable proxy to the extent they reflect the economic valuation principles of Solvency II.

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  • Korea’s experience also illustrates how good crisis management can accelerate structural adjustment. The Asian financial crisis of the late 1990s led to significant down-sizing among large firms in Korea. This process was characterized by mass lay-offs of highly-skilled personnel, and large reductions in corporate R&D spending. The response of the Korean government, in addition to boosting education expenditure, was to increase its R&D budget, to offset the decline in corporate R&D spending.

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  • In just eight years time, it is predicted that half of the world’s population will be on Australia’s northern doorstep. Four billion people across Asia, enjoying economic growth of around 10 percent per year, represent unparalleled opportunities for Australia’s economy, especially its dynamic farm sector. Expanding Asian societies need food and fi bre like never before and, due to their growing affl uence, are demanding produce of the highest quality: a domain where Australian farmers, because of our clean and natural production systems, have a clear competitive advantage.

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  • After the fall of Communist regime and the easing of travel restrictions, Albanians started moving abroad in large numbers to seek employment opportunities. The most common destinations for Albanian workers are Greece and Italy. It is estimated that out of a total population of 3.2 million people in Albania, one million have emigrated to Greece and Italy (Lianos and Glystos, 2004). An estimated $700 million of annual remittances flows into Albania had been essential in stabilizing the Albanian economy during the mid-1990s, particularly as a source of foreign exchange.

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  • The Basics of Social Marketing was developed under the auspices of the Turning Point Social Marketing National Excellence Collaborative, one of five national collaboratives working to strengthen and transform public health as part of the Turning Point Initiative. Seven states and two national partners participated in this project: Illinois, Ohio, Maine, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Virginia, the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation provided financial support for this endeavor.

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