(BQ) Part 1 book "Aortic stenosis - Case-Based diagnosis and therapy" presents the following contents: General considerations and etiologies of aortic stenosis, clinical assessment of the severity of aortic stenosis, physiological basis for area and gradient assessment - hemodynamic principles of aortic stenosis, different classifi cations of aortic stenosis, invasive evaluation of aortic stenosis, echocardiographic evaluation of aortic valve stenosi,...
(BQ) Part 2 book "Hospital for special surgery manual of rheumatology and outpatient orthopedic disorders - Diagnosis and therapy" presents the following contents: Diagnosis and therapy, orthopedic surgery and rehabilitation - Principles and practice, complementary and alternative medicine, formulary, appendices.
As with the first and second editions, the goal of this
third edition of Pediatric Epilepsy: Diagnosis and Therapy
is to assist all professionals involved in the care of pediatric
patients with seizures and epilepsy. Our goal continues
to be the perfect result: no seizures, no side effects, and
no stigma to limit these children from achieving their
(BQ) Part 2 book "Aortic stenosis - Case-Based diagnosis and therapy" presents the following contents: Reverse area and gradient mismatch - the discordance of a large valve area and high gradients, prosthetic aortic valves and diagnostic challenges, risk prediction models, guidelines, special populations and outcomes, surgical management of aortic valve stenosis, balloon aortic valvuloplasty,...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Hospital for special surgery manual of rheumatology and outpatient orthopedic disorders - Diagnosis and therapy" presents the following contents: Musculoskeletal database, the stat rheumatology and orthopedic consultation: your guide to acute care, clinical presentations.
Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment 2007 is the 46th annual volume of this single-source
reference for practitioners in both hospital and ambulatory settings. It emphasizes the practical
features of clinical diagnosis and patient management in all fields of internal medicine and in
specialties of interest to primary care practitioners and subspecialists who provide generalist care.
The nucleocapsid complex is surrounded
by a protein shell called capsid to form the viral core. A layer of matrix protein, which is
formed outside the capsid, interacts with the envelope (env) which consists of lipid
envelope derived from the host cell and viral envelope glycoproteins. Viral glycoproteins
are made of two units: a transmembrane portion, which attaches the protein into the lipid
bilayer, and a surface portion, which binds to the cellular receptor.
A fundamental element of sustainable development is environmental sustainability.
Hence, this series was created in 2007 to cover current and emerging issues
in order to promote debate and broaden the understanding of environmental
challenges as integral to achieving equitable and sustained economic growth. The
series will draw on analysis and practical experience from across the World Bank
and from client countries.
Car-sharing means that a number of persons share the use of one or more cars.
Use of a car is booked beforehand, the user paying a fee based on the distance
driven and the length of time the car was made use of.
Although this is similar in some ways to traditional car rental, it differs in the
possibility it provides of booking a car for short periods of time and in the rental
agreement being made for an extended period of time, rather than each time a car
is used. In addition, each household has its own set...
This demand feature bridges the gap between borrowers and lenders. It
allows governments to issue the long-term bonds they prefer, while making
that debt eligible for purchase by money funds that must invest in short-term
Sound like the SIVs we discussed earlier? VRDNs are like SIVs in many
respects, but with some key differences. First, there is generally less concern
about the credit quality of the bonds in a VRDN than the securities held
in a SIV—governments are usually pretty good payers.
Our analysis will emphasize a mechanism of propagation of the effects of cloud
computing which depends on the endogenous market structures. Through business
creation, the adoption of cloud computing is going to enhance competition in each
sector and to increase production and lower mark ups. This will have a positive im-
pact on consumption so as to contribute to the recovery of the EU economy. Most
of all, part of these effects are going to be positively related to the speed of adop-
tion of the new technology.
In the traditional region of Northern Nigeria, Pathfinder has struggled to promote the use of modern
contraceptive methods to delay and space pregnancies. Traditional communities in this area generally see
children as a gift from God and, assured that He will provide for their families, resist limiting their family size
or spacing women’s pregnancies. Sexuality is not openly discussed, so reaching families with RH/FP information
and services has been difficult.
Synthetic progestogens (administered orally or parenterally) are recommended as first-line ther-
apy for the management of troublesome hot flushes. If oral therapy is used, it should be given
for 2 weeks, and re-started, if effective, on recurrence of symptoms.
Men starting long-term bicalutamide monotherapy ( 6 months) should receive prophylactic
radiotherapy to both breast buds within the first month of treatment. A single fraction of 8 Gy
using orthovoltage or electron beam radiotherapy is recommended.
Genome wide association studies (GWAS) have the capacity to detect low-risk genetic
susceptibility regions associated with prostate cancer with an increased risk varying
between 14-52 % (table 3) (Schumacher et al. 2011, Witte 2009). Several recent studies
incorporating single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) analyses in models predicting the
diagnosis of prostate cancer upon biopsy have been published (Wiklund 2010, Aly et al.
2011, Witte 2009).
The legislation applies to all industrial facilities that emit
100,000 tonnes or more of GHG a year, which accounts for
70 per cent of the province’s emissions. These facilities are
required to reduce their emissions by 12 per cent, as of the
end of 2007.
Facilities that fail to meet this target have the option of
buying Alberta-based carbon offsets, or paying into the
Climate Change and Emissions Management Fund. The
fund takes $15 for every tonne over reduction targets and
directs it to strategic projects or technology aimed at
reducing GHG emissions in the province. ...
A fundamental element of sustainable development is environmental sustainability. Hence, this series was created in 2007 to cover current and emerging issues in order to promote debate and broaden the understanding of environmental challenges as integral to achieving equitable and sustained economic growth. The series will draw on analysis and practical experience from across the World Bank and from client countries.
We appreciate that many investors will be willing to bet on the long-run excess
performance of value tilt strategies, through either the RAFI or through a combination of
ETF’s. But we have presented longer-term evidence that should caution investors from
dramatically shifting the indexed core holdings of their portfolios away from
capitalization weighting. As historical data clearly show, the dissected value and growth
components of the market have for decades had a tug-of-war of outperforming each
The current stabilization in the nursing workforce is a temporary development and should not be
used as justification to curtail public funding for nursing education. Given the aging of the baby
boomers and the expected retirement of a large segment of the nurse population, steps must be
taken now to ensure that world supply of nurses is strengthened before a crisis emerges.
Maintaining a viable nursing workforce will not be possible without consistent and continuing
financial support for educational programs that prepare professional nurses. ...