Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Eco-epidemiological analysis of dengue infection during an outbreak of dengue fever, India
The analysis is primary based on the national American Housing Survey (AHS) data for the
period 1995 through 2003. In some cases, the research was extended to include the national
level AHS data for 1985 onwards.
One of the challenges to this effort is how to define elderly housing consumption. As will be
discussed in the literature summary below, there are a number of standard assumptions but
several of these will merit a brief discussion prior to our highlighting the different research.
The specific characteristic of our study is the analysis of the role of these determinants
regarding gender differences in the context of the population of western and eastern European
societies. We investigate the impact of 17 potential health determinants on seven health
outcomes as well as mortality over a time of 13 years (West Germany) and seven years (East
Germany), respectively. The eastern and western Germany populations provide the unique
possibility to study the effects of eastern and western European backgrounds in one
Epidemiological studies usually report the associations between one or more pollutants
and health. However, pollutants such as PM, NO2 (nitrogen dioxide) and CO are often
strongly correlated and occur as components of the complex urban air pollution mix. This
correlation makes it difficult to accurately determine the independent effects of specific
Partnerships with donor countries have also been very impor-
tant for encouraging gender mainstreaming in the Bank. This is true
both at the corporate level, where donor countries have co-financed
research, evaluation, analysis, and the development of tools, and at
a regional and country level. Local partnerships with donors have, in
some instances, been extremely effective in leveraging small contri-
butions to support in-country analytical and strategic work.
This book describes different perspectives of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The approach includes aspects of molecular epidemiology, particularly molecular features that influence the genesis and prognosis of the disease. Some aspects of the prognosis of lymphoblastic leukemias are very detailed, highlighting the use of molecular biology in the early identification of complications that may occur in diseased patients.
Measurement of background radiation for epidemiologic purposes involves the use of technics capable of detecting geographic variation in exposure to external and internal natural sources of radioactivity at low levels. Methods for determining dose over a period of time are necessary and instruments are being developed. The methodology of this problem is analyzed.
Statistical methods for survival data analysis have continued to flourish in the
last two decades. Applications of the methods have been widened from their
historical use in cancer and reliability research to business, criminology,
epidemiology, and social and behavioral sciences. The third edition of Statistical
Methods for Survival Data Analysis is intended to provide a comprehensive
introduction of the most commonly used methods for analyzing survival data.
It begins with basic definitions and interpretations of survival functions....
In order to address these issues, we have attempted to detail many of the key
relevant advances in signal processing. Chapter 1 describes the physiological background
and the specific autonomic mechanisms which regulate the beat-to-beat
changes of timing and morphology in the ECG, together with the cause and effect
of breakdowns in this mechanism. Chapter 2 presents an overview of the primary
issues that should be taken into account when designing an ECG collection system.
Clearly a more stratified approach to clinical trials would help identify those subgroups who
appear to be the best responders to a particular intervention. To date however there is little
to suggest that stratification on the basis of clinical characteristics successfully helps predict
which drugs work best for which patients. There is a pressing need for the development of
biomarkers with clinical utility, for mental health problems.
Recent advances in clinical proteomics have propelled us into an exciting period of discovery of
new cancer biomarkers, although the available proteomic technologies have their limitations. The
principles of proteomic technology require stringent guidelines for the collection of clinical material,
the application of analytical techniques, and for our interpretation of the data.
In this review, we present an overview of the serum tumor markers in current use.
Theoretical analysis and computational modeling are important tools for
characterizing what nervous systems do, determining how they function,
and understanding why they operate in particular ways. Neuroscience
encompasses approaches ranging from molecular and cellular studies to
human psychophysics and psychology. Theoretical neuroscience encourages
cross-talk among these sub-disciplines by constructing compact representations
of what has been learned, building bridges between different
levels of description, and identifying unifying concepts and principles.
With specific regard to large animal work, equine services now tend to be handled by
specialists, and farm animal work is considered to be in decline, with the latter prompting
particular concern. Indeed, significant changes to the farming sector (i.e. declining livestock
populations, a reduction in the number/size of farm holdings, new legislation and a radical
change in the relationship between government and veterinarians) mean that farm animal
veterinary practices now face significant competitive and sustainability issues. ...
Th e readers of this book will immediately realize that all authors are Japanese scientists; this is
the English translation of a book which was published in Japanese by Jiho, Inc., Tokyo in 2002.
Upon translation, the Editors added fi ve new chapters to the previous 67 chapters in view of
international occurences of poisoning by drugs and poisons.
Th e most important aim of this book is to provide the most reliable and reproducible methods
for analysis of drugs and poisons; therefore, the newest methods and ones requiring
skills have not been adopted.
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.
This Part addresses traditional clinical research, beginning with the history of the
development of clinical research, to traditional clinical research designs, with a
focus on clinical trials. It includes a discussion of the role of the USFDA in clinical
trials and the placebo response, data safety and monitoring boards, and
Although every effort has been made to ensure that
information about techniques and equipment is presented
accurately in this publication, the ultimate
responsibility rests with the practitioner physician.
Use of these techniques or items of equipment does
not guarantee outcomes or that they are the optimal
procedures available. Procedure results and potential
complications frequently vary between patients:
physicians must evaluate their patients individually
and make appropriate decisions about treatment
based on each analysis....
The "ski-tip" style ends of the robotic retractor blades are longed into
the anterior leaflet, then the atrial septum is lifted to visualize PM. The length of the
artificial chordae loops were determined with the measure of the distance between the
correct plane of apposition on an adjacent normal non-prolapsing segment of the mitral
leaflet and the respective PM (done with a More Suture Ruler device). Artificial chordae,
with 4 loops each, were constructed of 4-0 PTFE GORE-TEX per the technique by von
Oppel and Mohr.