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"TRAMAH" Model Seeks To Improve Emergency Response Paper Uses Maryland As Test Region

... potentially could beachieved within 15 minutes by optimally locating significantly fewer helicopterdepots, a b.... If all eight aeromedical depots were retainedand optimally located, the response time to severe injuries within 15 minuteswould improve by 15.1%, to 85.4%. The...

University Of Pittsburgh Chosen By NCI As One Of Three Pioneer Sites ForBiocombinatorial Chemistry Research

...natorial chemistry is expected to offer the public optimally effective,safe medications quickly," he added. Biocombinatorial chemistry exploits the discovery of genes and theirproteins, which serve as molecular targets for drugs because they controlbiological processes that often lead to disease. ...

Imaging Camera Developed At Toshiba Stroke Research Center Could Provide Views Of Tiniest Brain Vessels

... this detectorprototype to help us locate thestent optimally in the vessel, visualize its integrity in place and repositionit if necessary. If you can't see exactly what condition the stent is in whenit's deployed, it's not possible to change the deployment. "The detector technology is similar...

Scientists analyze stroke studies from the past 50 years; Success rate of experimental drugs described as 'remarkably dismal'

...lization that stroke must be treated very quickly, optimally within the first three to six hours, for medical interventions to be effective. Here are some other trends identified in stroke studies over the past 50 years: The number of trials began to rise sharply in the mid-1960s The number of patients enrolle...

HIV patients more likely to accept a drug regimen if they trust in the physician, Yale researchers find

...al support to assist patients if we expect them to optimally adhere to treatment."...

No association between ageing gametes and birth defects

...th defects in infants born to mothers who reported optimally timed conceptions (on the day of or one day before...tion of infants born with Downs syndrome (0.5% for optimally timed conceptions compared with 0.7% for non-optimally timed conceptions). Joe Leigh Simpson comment...

Light adjustable intraocular lenses may offer customized vision for cataract patients

...ting farsightedness, which often cannot be treated optimally with LASIK surgery. The ability to implant and precisely adjust lens power post-operatively offers farsighted patients a wider range of correction and potentially more predictable outcomes than LASIK....

Stanford researcher shows flu shot benefits outweigh costs in healthy young adults

...ound that a strategy that included vaccination was optimally cost-beneficial in 95 percent of their 1,000 runs. Non-vaccination became optimal when the probability of contracting the flu was less than 6.3 percent - a very mild flu season. The study also found that treatment of flu patients with ant...

Review of preliminary observations concludes the Mayo Clinic Natl Conf on Medicine and the Media

...the highest quality information possible, based on optimally designed research protocols, proper data analysis and conclusions anchored to the best available scientific information. Information from research studies loses detail as it moves from the medical journal to newspapers and local television news. Thes...

University of Pittsburgh researchers link gene to depressive disorders in women

...dividual patients to treatments to which they will optimally respond, while minimizing side effects," Dr. Zubenko said. "In current practice, the choice of a particular antidepressant for a patient is largely a hit or miss proposition that often leads to multiple medication trials before the depression remits....

Moores UCSD Cancer Center launches human trial for prostate cancer vaccine

...Zanetti. "We use a machinery that exists and works optimally in nature. We don't have to manipulate the cells, which saves time and allows us to return a cell to the patient that is almost identical to what we received. And because the cell, like a tiny manufacturing plant within the body, generates elements o...

C-reactive proteins: Should everyone be tested?

...llowing: measurement of hsCRP be done twice optimally two weeks apart and the results averaged; when the level is above 10 mg/L, the test should be repeated; and the relative risk category and average hsCRP levels be established as: low: 3.0 mg/L. Recommendations for Standardizing Test Resul...

People with chronic eye diseases not getting recommended eye exams

...ges in medical practice are necessary if we are to optimally serve the public. Physicians must encourage patients to be aware of the need for exams." The study authors offer several possible reasons for the difference between the recommended guidelines and patient compliance. Lack of physician consensus on t...

Aging brain reduces ovulation

...d that this feedback mechanism no longer functions optimally in older female rats. Although the oestrogen concentrations in the blood had not changed with age, less receptors for oestrogen and progesterone were present in specific areas of the brain. Furthermore, older rats released less LH than younger rats. ...

Study of deadliest form of stroke demostrates much lower mortality rates at high caseload hospitals

...y to delineate the necessary hospital resources to optimally utilize minimally-invasive catheter-based techniques for the treatment and prevention of stroke. About the American Society of Interventional & Therapeutic Neuroradiology The American Society of Interventional & Therapeutic Neuroradiology is the ...

JCI Table of Contents, November 14, 2003

...ting thrombosis to allow the immune response to be optimally executed. TITLE: Antithrombotic activity of TNF-alpha AUTHOR CONTACT: Denisa Wagner Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Phone: 617-278-3344 Fax: 617-278-3368 E-mail: wagner@cbr.med.harvard.edu View the PDF of this article at: http...

Interracial interactions are cognitively demanding

...rarily depleted of the resources needed to perform optimally on certain cognitive tasks. This new study by Richeson provides striking evidence that supports the idea that interracial contact temporarily impairs cognitive task performance. These results suggest, according to the researchers, that harboring rac...

Microneedles: Report describes progress in new technology for painless drug delivery

...e, the researchers must perfect the techniques for optimally inserting them into the skin, and complete the integration of microneedles into a full drug delivery system. The need to minimize variability in needle insertion is being addressed in part by development of an applicator device that would be part of...

Two centres for infectious diseases established

...new flu vaccines to ensure that the Netherlands is optimally prepared for a flu pandemic. AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis Under the leadership of Prof. J.W.M. (Jos) van der Meer, Department of General Internal Medicine, Nijmegen University Medical CentreThis centre, named PRIOR (Poverty Relationship Infection...

Human studies show feasibility of brain-machine interfaces

... specific tasks and then exploring which tasks are optimally controlled by that region....

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