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  • It is incredible to think that although the founders of medical ethics, such as Hippocrates, published their works more than 2000 years ago, the medical profession, up until now, has not had a basic, universally used, curriculum for the teaching of medical ethics. This first WMA Ethics Manual aims to fill that void. What a privilege it is to introduce it to you! The Manual’s origin dates back to the 51st World Medical Assembly in 1999.

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  • Over a century ago, with the work of Alexander Graham Bell, the motivation underlying the first use of the telephone in communication had a health-related origin: a doctor attempted to be in contact with his deaf mother and sister. Early developments in electronic patient records took place over 40 years ago through the pioneering work of Ed Hammond and his interest in community and family medicine. Very soon, the European Union will be celebrating a 20-year history of co-financing eHealth research and development initiatives.

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  • The protonation state of residues around the Qo binding site of the cyto-chrome bc1 complex from Paracoccus denitrificansand their interaction with bound quinone(s) was studied by a combined electrochemical and FTIR difference spectroscopic approach. Site-directed mutations of two groups of conserved residues were investigated: (a) acidic side chains located close to the surface and thought to participate in a water chain leading up to the heme bLedge, and (b) residues located in the vicinity of this site. ...

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  • This book is the brainchild of the fourth Optoelectronic and Photonic Winter School on “Biophotonics” which took place from 25th February 2007 to 3rd March 2007 in Sardagna, a small village on the mountains around Trento in Italy. This school, held every two years, have been promoted to trace the very fast developing technologies and the tremendous progress in photonics which have occurred and will occur in the near future. It is a common view that its current explosive development will lead to deep paradigm shifts in the near future.

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  • I like playing around with words and letters. You probably know that LASER is an artificial word derived from “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation”. When starting my lecture on “Laser–Tissue Interactions” I tend to write this derivation on the board. I continue with “LIGHT: Lasers Irradiate Germinated and Healthy Tissues”. Why? Lasers cut everything, if appropriate laser parameters are selected. There is no shield around healthy tissue. And there is no laser that fits all sizes as some clothes do. Lasers never have been some kind of wonder instruments.

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  • It has been stated that our knowledge doubles every 20 years, but that may be an understatement when considering the Life Sciences. A series of discoveries and inventions have propelled our knowledge from the recognition that DNA is the genetic material to a basic molecular understanding of ourselves and the living world around us in less than 50 years. Crucial to this rapid progress was the discovery of the double-helical structure of DNA, which laid the foundation for all hybridization based technologies...

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  • In its principles and programs, GHI reflects the Presidential Policy Directive and the QDDR. By strategically investing in global health, we will spur progress across sectors, in economic development, job creation, education, agricultural development, gender equality, and political stability. These are goals with both global reach and local significance: the health and stability of countries around the world are strongly linked to the security and prosperity of the United States. This nation has made enormous contributions to improving health outcomes worldwide. The U.S.

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  • This second edition of the Encyclopedia of Nursing Research (ENR), like the first, is a comprehensive, yet concise and authoritative guide to existing nursing research literature. It charts the course of nursing research since 1983 when the first edition of the Annual Review of Nursing Research (ARNR) was published. The original edition of ENR, published in 1998, grew from a long-standing commitment of the publisher, Dr. Ursula Springer, to the field of nursing, and my commitment to nurse scholars around the globe.

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  • Influenza viruses are a major cause of morbidity and mortality around the world. More recently, a swineorigin influenza A (H1N1) virus that is spreading via human-to-human transmission has become a serious public concern. Although vaccination is the primary strategy for preventing infections, influenza antiviral drugs play an important role in a comprehensive approach to controlling illness and transmission. In addition, a search for

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  • The past three decades have witnessed significant advances in the field of assisted human conception. Following the remarkable perseverance and triumph of Robert Edwards, Patrick Steptoe, and Jean Purdy, numerous scientists and physicians from around the world have worked to develop more effective and safer procedures to treat infertile couples.

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  • Coronary artery disease is almost always due to atheromatous narrowing and subsequent occlusion of the vessel. Early atheroma (from the Greek athera (porridge) and oma (lump)) is present from young adulthood onwards. A mature plaque is composed of two constituents, each associated with a particular cell population. The lipid core is mainly released from necrotic “foam cells”—monocyte derived macrophages, which migrate into the intima and ingest lipids.

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  • Soil contamination has severely increased over the last decades, mainly due to petroleum hydrocarbons, solvents, pesticides, lead and other heavy metals from industrial wastes and human activities. The critical point regarding contaminated soil monitoring is the intrinsic difficulty in defining fixed monitoring variables and indicators as the establishment of any a priori criterion and threshold for soil quality can be still considered subjective.

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  • One of the current trends in medical education is to integrate material between the basic science courses of the first two years of medical school and to integrate material between the basic science courses and the clinical departments. Medical students often feel submerged by the flood of information during medical school and attempts to integrate this material are often met with much frustration. The basic premise for this book is to help in the integration of material between the basic science courses of medical school.

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  • The evolution of trauma care in developed countries around the world has created new and exciting roles for all the personnel involved in the resuscitation and recovery of critically injured patients. The stress on strict roles for the nurse, doctor, paramedic and ancillary staff is now being replaced by a greater emphasis on the ‘team approach’. This acknowledges the interactive nature of the procedures undertaken by the trauma team and the need for close cooperation at all stages of the resuscitation.

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  • Despite our best intentions, most of what constitutes modern medical imaging practice is based on habit, anecdotes, and scientific writings that are too often fraught with biases. Best estimates suggest that only around 30% of what constitutes “imaging knowledge” is substantiated by reliable scientific inquiry. This poses problems for clinicians and radiologists, because inevitably, much of what we do for patients ends up being inefficient, inefficacious, or occasionally even harmful.

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  • The field of movement disorders is relatively broad, encompassing disorders of increased movement, such as tremors, dystonia, and tics, to disorders characterized by a paucity of movement, such as Parkinson’s disease. Our understanding of the pathogenic mechanisms and our treatment options are expanding at a rapid pace. This expansion ranges from the medical and surgical advances in treating Parkinson’s disease to the flood of genetic abnormalities that have now been found to cause various movement disorders.

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  • Over the past decade, treatment of neovascular age-related macular degeneration has evolved from overall retinal ablation to more targeted and retinal-sparing therapy, beginning with the advent of photodynamic therapy and continuing with the development of inhibitors to vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). This article summarizes the key clinical trials with photodynamic and anti- VEGF therapies to provide insight into and a framework around which we can choose the optimal treatments (including dosing) for our patients....

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  • This book is mainly about the development of our ideas on how the brain handles visual information; it covers roughly the period between 1950 and 1980. The book is unabashedly concerned largely with research that I have been involved in or have taken a close interest in. I count myself lucky to have been around in that era, a time of excitement and fun. Some of the experiments have been arduous, or so it has often seemed at 4:00 A.M., especially when everything has gone wrong. But 98 percent of the time the work is exhilarating.

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  • This book, which you now hold in your hands, will change how medicine is practiced around the world. It is an extraordinary book written by an extraordinary medical doctor who is also a pioneering scientist in the best sense of the word. Prof. Rong Xiang Xu has a very rare spirit, for he is a man with a compassionate heart who observed the terrible suffering of his burns patients and rather than simply accepting conventional treatments (which do little to correct the burns trauma), this doctor created, with much diligence and hard work, the new standard of care for burns treatment.

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  • Having already forged relationships with numerous Romanian celebrities for other accounts, Roberts was able to convince a number of them to join forces and write a song on the subject of HIV/AIDS. The song quickly became a national hit. Simultaneously, Roberts and Holscher sent a corps of peer educators dubbed the “Love Police” onto the beaches of the Black Sea to approach young people and issue fake “citations” to those not carrying condoms. The program created buzz and substantially decreased stigma and fear around condom use.

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