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#34525496 2021/09/09 To Up
Social competence, leisure time activities, and smoking trajectories among adolescent boys: Data from The Korean Children & Youth Panel Survey.To identify trajectories and potential predictors of tobacco use patterns among adolescents in Korea and to develop appropriate strategies for the implementation of primary prevention of tobacco use.
Eunjung Park, Min Kyung Lim, Jinju Park, Tran Thi Phuong Thao, Sukyung Jeong, Eun Young Park, Jin-Kyoung Oh
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#34525478 2020/11/18 To Up
The Orthopaedic Match: Defining the Academic Profile of Successful Candidates.Research productivity forms a vital part of the resident selection process and can markedly affect the chance of a successful match. Current reports regarding the publication record among prospective orthopaedic surgery residents are likely inaccurate. Potential applicants have a poor understanding of the strength of their research credentials in comparison to other candidates.
Ledibabari M Ngaage, Shan Xue, Caroline A Benzel, Akhil Andrews, Catherine M A Rawes, Robert H Wilson, Steven C Ludwig, Yvonne M Rasko
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#34525474 2021/09/15 To Up
Patients with Severe Lactic Acidosis in the Intensive Care Unit: A Retrospective Study of Contributing Factors and Impact of Renal Replacement Therapy.Hyperlactatemia is a regular condition in the intensive care unit, which is often associated with adverse outcomes. Control of the triggering condition is the most effective treatment of hyperlactatemia, but since this is mostly not readily possible, extracorporeal renal replacement therapy (RRT) is often tried as a last resort. The present study aims to evaluate the factors that may contribute to the decision whether to start RRT or not and the potential impact of the start of RRT on the outcome in patients with severe lactic acidosis (SLA) (lactate â¥5 mmol/L).
Lyssa Van De Ginste, Floris Vanommeslaeghe, Eric A J Hoste, Jan M Kruse, Wim Van Biesen, Francis Verbeke
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Patient Involvement in the Transfusion Decision-Making Can Change Patient Blood Management Practice for Better or Worse.Red blood cell transfusion (RBCT) is a therapeutic procedure with important and undesirable secondary effects. Inappropriate overuse of RBCT is significant, and a significant percentage of physicians prescribe RBCT unnecessarily. Patient involvement in treatment decision-making is poor worldwide. Shared (with the patient) transfusion decision-making (TrDM) can temper a "quick finger on the trigger" of blood transfusion (BT). The objective of this study was to determine patients' preferences surrounding their involvement in the TrDM process as well as physicians' willingness to involve the patient in TrDM. The study also determined the role of patient age, gender, ethnicity, and schooling years in the TrDM process.
Andrei Braester, Ety Shaoul, Oded Mizrachi, Luiza Akria, Liron Shelev, Masad Barhoum
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Burden of Renal Cysts Imaging: A Survey of Patients among the Greater Plains Collaborative.Renal cysts are a frequent incidental finding on cross-sectional radiographic imaging. While most cysts are indolent, individuals with such cysts are frequently monitored for interval growth and potential malignant transformation, which is ultimately rare. In this study, we aimed to assess patients' values and preferences (believes and attitudes) about renal cysts.
Mohamad A Kalot, Philipp Dahm, Lindsay G Cowell, Lama Noureddine, Reem A Mustafa
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#34525467 2021/09/15 To Up
High performance and low power consumption resistive random access memory with Ag/Fe2O3/Pt structure.Due to magnetic field tunability and the abundance of iron in the earth's crust, iron oxide-based resistive random access memory (RRAM) is considered to be low cost and potential for multi-level storage. However, the relatively high operation voltage (âº1V) and small storage window (â¹100) limit its application. In this work, the devices with simple Ag/Fe2O3/Pt structure exhibit typical bipolar resistive switching with ultralow set voltage (Vset) of 0.16V, ultralow reset voltage (Vreset) of -0.04V, high OFF/ON resistance ratio of 103, excellent cycling endurance more than 104 and good retention time longer than 104s. Each major parameter has about an order of magnitude improvement compared to the previous data. The devices demonstrate outstanding stable low power consumption quality. Based on the analysis of the experimental results, a percolation model of silver ion migration was established and confirmed that low operation voltage is attributed to the amorphous oxide layer with large porosity. In addition, during electrical testing, the compliance current (Ic) and maximum reset voltage (Vmax) can also affect the device performance. This discovery suggests Fe2O3 memristor has significant potential for application and provides a new idea for the realization of high-performance low-power RRAM.
Yiru Niu, Kang'an Jiang, Xinyuan Dong, Diyuan Zheng, Binbin Liu, Hui Wang
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