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Effects of opting-out from federal nurse anesthetists' supervision requirements on anesthesiologist work patterns.

To estimate the impact of opting-out from Medicare supervision requirements for certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) on anesthesiologists' work patterns.

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Characteristics and management of pain in patients with Klippel-Feil syndrome: analysis of a global patient-reported registry.

Klippel-Feil syndrome (KFS) is characterized by congenital fusion of the cervical vertebrae. Due to its rarity, minimal research has been done to assess the quality and management of pain associated with this disorder. Using a large global database, the authors report a detailed analysis of the type, location, and treatment of pain in patients with KFS.

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Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion performed using structural allograft or polyetheretherketone: pseudarthrosis and revision surgery rates with minimum 2-year follow-up.

Both structural allograft and PEEK have been used for anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF). There are reports that PEEK has a higher pseudarthrosis rate than structural allograft. The authors compared pseudarthrosis, revision, subsidence, and loss of lordosis rates in patients with PEEK and structural allograft.

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Delayed periprosthetic collection after cervical disc arthroplasty.

Cervical disc arthroplasty is a treatment option for symptomatic cervical disc disease. There is a paucity of literature on long-term safety outcomes, durability, and device-related failure rates. The M6-C artificial cervical disc is a device with titanium alloy endplates and a complex polymeric centerpiece. To date, trials have exhibited acceptable safety profiles.This case series describes the presentation, management, and pathological findings of a delayed prevertebral periprosthetic mass anterior to the M6-C disc. Four patients at 3 different institutions underwent cervical disc replacement with the M6-C disc. Two to seven years postoperatively, they presented with dysphagia secondary to a compressive mass anterior to the disc. Case notes were reviewed to collect data on symptoms, management, and outcomes. The patients were systemically well and presented with progressive dysphagia. They had imaging findings of a mass anterior to the disc. They underwent a decompressive procedure, with 2 patients undergoing device removal and fusion. In 2 cases, a soft-tissue mass was seen intraoperatively, with frank pus. In 3 cases, Propionibacterium acnes was identified and antibiotic treatment given. Histopathology demonstrated mixed inflammatory infiltrates with foreign body-type granulomas. Postoperatively, the dysphagia resolved.The development of delayed dysphagia in a patient with an M6-C disc should prompt investigation to identify a mass lesion. To the authors' knowledge, this is the first report of delayed infection, or suspected delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction, following M6-C disc implantation. It is important for this to be added to the device safety concerns. Further prospective studies are needed to establish the incidence and the long-term safety and failure rates of the M6-C disc.

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Survival and failure trends of cerebrospinal fluid shunts with distal slit valves: comparative study and literature review.

The malfunction rates of and trends in various cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) shunt designs have been widely studied, but one area that has received little attention is the comparison of the peritoneal distal slit valve (DSV) shunt to other conventional valve (CV) type shunts. The literature that does exist comes from older case series that provide only indirect comparisons, and the conclusions are mixed. Here, the authors provide a direct comparison of the overall survival and failure trends of DSV shunts to those of other valve type shunts.

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Patterns of adverse childhood experiences and subsequent risk of interpersonal violence perpetration among men in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), including abuse and neglect, are consistently found to be predictors of perpetration of intimate partner violence (IPV) and peer violence (PV) in adulthood. Children are often exposed to patterns of ongoing and/or multiple-type polyvictimization throughout the life course.

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Improvement of the rheological and textural properties of calcium sulfate-induced soy protein isolate gels by the incorporation of different polysaccharides.

In this study, the effects of the addition of various polysaccharides (konjac gum, gellan gum, and curdlan gum) on the rheological and textural properties of calcium sulfate-induced soy protein isolate gels were investigated. The incorporation of konjac gum and curdlan gum at 0.3 and 0.5% (w/v) concentrations and gellan gum at 0.5% concentration significantly enhanced (P < 0.05) the hardness and water-holding capacity of the resultant gels. The increased elastic moduli during and after gelation, reinforced fracture stress, and lowered onset gelling temperature indicated that the addition of the abovementioned polysaccharides strengthened gel structures and accelerated gelation. Confocal laser scanning microscopy analysis revealed that the polysaccharides also improved gel microstructures, with the gels containing konjac gum displaying the highest homogeneity. The findings of this study may provide important information for the development of innovative soy protein isolate-based gel products with improved texture.

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Chemical and technological properties of bologna-type sausages with added black quinoa wet-milling coproducts as binder replacer.

The objective of this study was to evaluate different strategies for adding 3% black quinoa (either as whole seeds or as a fiber-rich fraction of quinoa from its wet-milling process) to bologna-type sausage. This addition was evaluated in terms of its influence on nutritional composition and technological properties (emulsion stability, pH, water activity, color changes, textural properties, residual nitrite level and lipid oxidation). Both strategies resulted in commercially feasible sausages with increased nutritive properties (dietary fiber) and with some modifications in their technological properties. Compared with control sausages, they showed better emulsion stability, lower water activity and lipid oxidation values (interesting properties for sausages shelf-life). Color changes were more evident when the fiber-rich fraction was added. The residual nitrite level increased with the addition of quinoa so that it would be necessary to incorporate less nitrites, or it might even be unnecessary, contributing to the production of more natural products.

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Preparation and application of alcohol based deep eutectic solvents for extraction of curcumin in food samples prior to its spectrophotometric determination.

In this study, a novel, simple and economic vortex-assisted alcohol-based deep eutectic solvent microextraction (VA-DES-ME) procedure has been developed for the preconcentration of curcumin in food samples prior to its spectrophotometric determination. A alcohol-based-DES consists of betaine hydrochloride - glycerol (1:3) as extraction solvent and acetone as aprotic solvent at pH 6.0 were used for the preconcentration of curcumin from sample matrix. Some experimental variables such as pH, DES solvent type and volume, aprotic solvent type and volume, vortex time, sample volume and matrix effect etc. were investigated and optimized in detail. Under optimized conditions, the working range, limit of detection and pre-concentration factor were determined to be as 5-300 μg L and 1.5 μg L and 100 respectively. Validity of the proposed method was proved by the intra-day/inter-day precision studies and addition-recovery test. Consequently, the VA-DES-ME procedure was successfully applied for the extraction and determination of curcumin in food samples.

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Central nervous system-specific antinuclear antibodies in patients with multiple sclerosis.

Nuclear antigen released from central nervous system (CNS) cells undergoing destruction may induce production of antinuclear antibodies (ANA). We characterized the CNS-specific production of ANA in multiple sclerosis (MS).

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