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Study Says Machine Sensors Applicable To Human Ills

...office and insert an arm or a leg into an acoustic measuring device thatwould identify incipient cracks or other flaws in the bone. Although anx-ray can now detect bone flaws, it can also cause radiation-linked sideeffects. Using battlefield signal processing and acoustic sensing devices, checkingthe status ...

Scientists Track Effectiveness Of Migraine Drugs With Ultrasound

... Further studies would includemore detail, such as measuring the medications against one another....

Bringing Clinicians Up To Speed On Stats And Business Is Goal Of Nih Grant To Emory University Center For Clinical Evaluation Sciences

...quality and efficiencyacross EMORY HEALTHCARE. By measuring health care quality, outcomes andresource consumption, the center helps patients and payers appraise the value ofhealth care services. In addition, center researchers design, conduct andevaluate intervention strategies to optimize the efficiency of ...

Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory collaborates with USDA in development of pasteurization process

...y into a receiving medium. Experience includes the measuring of RF parameters, instrumentation, the design and fabrication of antennas, and the safe handling of these components. A three-person team from PPPL, including a physicist, an engineer, and a technician, are involved in the project. The work is sche...

MIT Solution To Math Problem Could Lead To Better Dental Implants, More Resistance To Missiles

...they expected. There are standard ways for measuring the properties of a singlematerial by "indenting" ...of interestwith an object like a sharp probe, then measuring the force applied and howdeeply the object penetrates the material. "This gives you a great deal ofi...

Penn Researchers Create Drug To Help Target Attack On Cancerous Tumors

... studies. In the trial, a second method of measuring hypoxia is also employed where a thin needle elect...de is currently considered the standard method for measuring the tumor's oxygen content. However, by using EF5 with the needle electrode, we will have more preci...

"Powerful New Tool" For AIDS Is Reported In Science

... availability of a reliable and safe technique for measuring T cell production and destruction rates opens up a whole universe of clinical and research questions to direct measurement." Initial in vivo results are the first step in the development process of this diagnostic technology. SpectruMedix is a U.S. c...

X-Rays: How Big A Risk To Kids? UF Researchers Seek Answers

... time, technical limitations preventedthe FDA from measuring doses from fluoroscopy, and there also was no dataon radiation doses to children from CT scans. Assisted by today's faster computers and other technological advances,theresearchers use a combination of physical and computer models of childre...

Researchers Identify Biochemically Distinct Pain Phenomena, Conclude Better Pain Relief At Lower Morphine Doses Is Possible

...rotransmitters called the tachykinins. By measuring how long it took mice to move away from applied mechanicalpressure, or how many seconds they licked skin where hot pepper extract had beenapplied, Cao determined that the knockout mice were as sensitive to mild pain asnormal mice, but that they were ...

Procter & Gamble Supports Yale University Collaboration For Public Health Training Throughout China

...f nutrition and cardiovasculardisease; and a study measuring the burden of disease on families andcommunities. "P&G cares about the communities where it does business", said DimitriPanayotopoulos, president, P&G China. "Procter & Gamble has been activelysupporting the important causes in China that im...

Scientists Create Extremely Sensitive Test For Detecting Radiation Damage

... as DNA, Leadon said. But currently usedmethods of measuring such damage are not sensitive enough to assessenvironmental radiation effects. Sometimes testing techniques themselves harmDNA. "Our new technique employs antibodies that recognize specific forms ofDNA damage," Le said. "Those antibodies are ...

New Survey Finds Physicians Seek More Clarity In MS Diagnosis And Management

...ions of MS subgroups, and refinement ofmethods for measuring disease activity, will enable us to have a more objectiveand accurate assessment of the disease, and help us tailor treatment to a patient's diseasecourse." While 98 percent of all neurologists surveyed consider themselves "very"familiar wit...

Anti-Migraine Drugs Might Cause More Pain Than Relief For Those With Heart Disease

...onors who had died from non-cardiacreasons. After measuring each artery's ability to contract and relax, theytested each drug's effect on the arteries. The drugs tested included older drugssuch as ergotamine, dihydroergotamine, methysergide and its metabolitemethylergometrine as well as newer drugs such as su...

UCSF Study In Rats Suggests Synthetic Drug Mimicking Marijuana Might Be Used To Treat Pain

...hetic cannabinoid, WIN555, 212-2, on this regionby measuring the time it took for rats to move their tails away from a heatsource. In the first experiment, rats that were given WIN55,212-2 kept their tails onthe heat source much longer than rats that were not given the drug, indicatingthe drug reduced pain. H...

Candles with lead wicks emit lead into the air

...ed in the air in an enclosed space, such as a room measuring 12 feetby 12 feet and 10 feet high, after one hour and then again for five hours. Nriagu's study showed that lead emission rates for the candles ranged between0.5 and 327 micrograms per hour. After burning the candle for one hour, thelead levels in ...

Treatment For Cancer May No Longer Be As Grim As The Disease

...akes ten minutes to kill all the cells in a region measuring 3 to 5centimetres across. The technique can be used to destroy up to five livertumours in a single session. Patients receiving this treatment can leavehospital much sooner than those who undergo conventional surgery. However, radio-frequency ablation...

Combined Use Of New, Non-Invasive Screening Techniques In First Trimester May Yield Earlier Evidence Of Fetal Birth Defects

... screen for Down syndrome in the firsttrimester by measuring two proteins present in the blood of pregnant women. Oneof the proteins, human chorionic gonadotrophin (or free b hCG), is present inhigh concentrations in Down syndrome cases. The second, pregnancy-associatedplasma protein A (or PAPP-A), is present ...

This Week's Forecast May Be A Heart Attack

...l says. The millibar is the international unitfor measuring atmospheric pressure. "When atmospheric pressure rose by 10 millibars above sea level [the right sideof the "V"], there was an 11 percent increase of heart attack rates, and whenpressure dropped by 10 millibars [left side of the "V"], there was a 12 ...

Infrared Thermometers A Good Alternative For Use On Newborns

...e been the gold standard in measuring a newborn's temperature," said John Seguin, ...s to be taking the place of measuring temperatures with electronic thermometers, at least in the hospitalsetting. ...

Neutron Research To Help In Treatment Of Cancer Patients

...t new, scientistsso far haven't been successful in measuring the energy of neutrons withsufficient accuracy. Work at Ohio University is solving that problem. Scientists here areproducing neutrons and making precise measurements of their direction and speedin the university's Edwards Accelerator Lab -- ...

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