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eBook for Undergraduate Education in Radiology: Small Bowel

, Kyra van Rijn & Jaap Stoker

eBook for Undergraduate Education in Radiology: Large Bowel

, Anisha Bhagwanani, Vivienne Eze & Stuart Taylor

Additional file 3 of Strengthening vaccination delivery system resilience in the context of protracted humanitarian crisis: a realist-informed systematic review

Sharif A. Ismail, Sze Tung Lam, Sadie Bell, Fouad M. Fouad, Karl Blanchet & Josephine Borghi
Additional file 3: Appendix 3. Sample search strategy.

Strengthening vaccination delivery system resilience in the context of protracted humanitarian crisis: a realist-informed systematic review

Sharif A. Ismail, Sze Tung Lam, Sadie Bell, Fouad M. Fouad, Karl Blanchet & Josephine Borghi
Abstract Background Childhood vaccination is among the most effective public health interventions available for the prevention of communicable disease, but coverage in many humanitarian settings is sub-optimal. This systematic review critically evaluated peer-review and grey literature evidence on the effectiveness of system-level interventions for improving vaccination coverage in protracted crises, focusing on how they work, and for whom, to better inform preparedness and response for future crises. Methods Realist-informed systematic review of peer-reviewed and grey...

Additional file 2 of Strengthening vaccination delivery system resilience in the context of protracted humanitarian crisis: a realist-informed systematic review

Sharif A. Ismail, Sze Tung Lam, Sadie Bell, Fouad M. Fouad, Karl Blanchet & Josephine Borghi
Additional file 2 Appendix 2. List of eligible settings and their eligibility periods.

Expiratory high-frequency percussive ventilation: a novel concept for improving gas exchange

Ferenc Peták, Gergely H. Fodor, Álmos Schranc, Roberta Südy, Ádám L. Balogh, Barna Babik, André Dos Santos Rocha, Sam Bayat, Davide Bizzotto, Raffaele L. Dellacà & Walid Habre
Abstract Background Although high-frequency percussive ventilation (HFPV) improves gas exchange, concerns remain about tissue overdistension caused by the oscillations and consequent lung damage. We compared a modified percussive ventilation modality created by superimposing high-frequency oscillations to the conventional ventilation waveform during expiration only (eHFPV) with conventional mechanical ventilation (CMV) and standard HFPV. Methods Hypoxia and hypercapnia were induced by decreasing the frequency of CMV in New Zealand White rabbits (n = 10). Following steady-state CMV...

Additional file 2 of VoiceS: voice quality after transoral CO2 laser surgery versus single vocal cord irradiation for unilateral stage 0 and I glottic larynx cancer—a randomized phase III trial

Philipp Reinhardt, Roland Giger, Eberhard Seifert, Mohamed Shelan, Elena Riggenbach, Dario Terribilini, Andreas Joosten, Daniel H. Schanne, Daniel M. Aebersold, Peter Manser, Matthias S. Dettmer, Christian Simon, Esat M. Ozsahin, Raphaël Moeckli, Andreas Limacher, Francesca Caparrotti, Deepa Nair, Jean Bourhis, Martina A. Broglie, Abrahim Al-Mamgani & Olgun Elicin
Additional file 2. SPIRIT checklist

Today’s Older Adults Are Cognitively Fitter Than Older Adults Were 20 Years Ago, but When and How They Decline Is No Different Than in the Past

Denis Gerstorf, Nilam Ram, Johanna Drewelies, Sandra Duezel, Peter Eibich, Elisabeth Steinhagen-Thiessen, Stefan Liebig, Jan Goebel, Ilja Demuth, Arno Villringer, Gert G. Wagner, Ulman Lindenberger & Paolo Ghisletta
History-graded increases in older adults’ levels of cognitive performance are well documented, but little is known about historical shifts in within-person change: cognitive decline and onset of decline. We combined harmonized perceptual-motor speed data from independent samples recruited in 1990 and 2010 to obtain 2,008 age-matched longitudinal observations (M = 78 years, 50% women) from 228 participants in the Berlin Aging Study (BASE) and 583 participants in the Berlin Aging Study II (BASE-II). We used...

Today’s Older Adults Are Cognitively Fitter Than Older Adults Were 20 Years Ago, but When and How They Decline Is No Different Than in the Past

Denis Gerstorf, Nilam Ram, Johanna Drewelies, Sandra Duezel, Peter Eibich, Elisabeth Steinhagen-Thiessen, Stefan Liebig, Jan Goebel, Ilja Demuth, Arno Villringer, Gert G. Wagner, Ulman Lindenberger & Paolo Ghisletta
History-graded increases in older adults’ levels of cognitive performance are well documented, but little is known about historical shifts in within-person change: cognitive decline and onset of decline. We combined harmonized perceptual-motor speed data from independent samples recruited in 1990 and 2010 to obtain 2,008 age-matched longitudinal observations (M = 78 years, 50% women) from 228 participants in the Berlin Aging Study (BASE) and 583 participants in the Berlin Aging Study II (BASE-II). We used...

Alzheimer’s disease-related transcriptional sex differences in myeloid cells

Isabelle Coales, Stergios Tsartsalis, Nurun Fancy, Maria Weinert, Daniel Clode, David Owen & Paul M. Matthews
Abstract Sex differences have been identified in many diseases associated with dysregulated immune responses, including Alzheimer’s disease (AD), for which approximately two-thirds of patients are women. An accumulating body of research indicates that microglia may play a causal role in the pathogenesis of this disease. We hypothesised that sex differences in the transcriptome of human myeloid cells may contribute to the sex difference observed in AD prevalence. To explore this, we assessed bulk and single-nuclear...

Additional file 2 of Preliminary validation of the pica, ARFID and rumination disorder interview ARFID questionnaire (PARDI-AR-Q)

Rachel Bryant-Waugh, Casey M. Stern, Melissa J. Dreier, Nadia Micali, Lucy J. Cooke, Megan C. Kuhnle, Helen Burton Murray, Shirley B. Wang, Lauren Breithaupt, Kendra R. Becker, Madhusmita Misra, Elizabeth A. Lawson, Kamryn T. Eddy & Jennifer J. Thomas
Additional file 2. PARDI-AR-Q Self 14+.

Not so weak-PICO: Leveraging weak supervision for Participants, Interventions, and Outcomes recognition for systematic review automation

Anjani Dhrangadhariya & Henning Müller
Objective: PICO (Participants, Interventions, Comparators, Outcomes) analysis is vital but time-consuming for conducting systematic reviews (SRs). Supervised machine learning can help fully automate it, but a lack of large annotated corpora limits the quality of automated PICO recognition systems. The largest currently available PICO corpus is manually annotated, which is an approach that is often too expensive for the scientific community to apply. Depending on the specific SR question, PICO criteria are extended to PICOC...

eBook for Undergraduate Education in Radiology: Ultrasound

, Jonathan Cohen & Caroline Ewertsen

Additional file 3 of Preliminary validation of the pica, ARFID and rumination disorder interview ARFID questionnaire (PARDI-AR-Q)

Rachel Bryant-Waugh, Casey M. Stern, Melissa J. Dreier, Nadia Micali, Lucy J. Cooke, Megan C. Kuhnle, Helen Burton Murray, Shirley B. Wang, Lauren Breithaupt, Kendra R. Becker, Madhusmita Misra, Elizabeth A. Lawson, Kamryn T. Eddy & Jennifer J. Thomas
Additional file 3. PARDI-AR-Q instructions for administrators.

Assessment of the stream invertebrate β-diversity along an elevation gradient using a bidimensional null model analysis

Pablo Timoner, Pierre Marle, Emmanuel Castella & Anthony Lehmann
Aim: β-Diversity, commonly defined as the compositional variation among localities that links local diversity (α‐diversity) and regional diversity (γ‐diversity), can arise from two different ecological phenomena, namely the spatial species turnover (i.e. species replacement) and the nestedness of assemblages (i.e. species loss). However, any assessment that does not account for stochasticity in community assembly could be biased and misinform conservation management. In this study, we aimed to provide a better understanding of the overall ecological...

Using government data to understand the use and availability of medicines for hypertension and diabetes: lessons from Peru

Janeth Tenorio-Mucha, María Lazo-Porras, Jessica Zafra, Margaret Ewen & David Beran
Abstract Background Regular measurement of the availability and use of key medicines for non-communicable diseases allows the tracking of progress to achieve equitable access to medicines. Using a country-level public sector monitoring system for medicine supply, we aim to evaluate the availability and use of losartan 50 mg tablets and metformin 850 mg tablets between 2015 and 2020 investigating the impact of different policy changes and the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods Data from the Peruvian National...

sj-docx-1-pss-10.1177_09567976221118541 – Supplemental material for Today’s Older Adults Are Cognitively Fitter Than Older Adults Were 20 Years Ago, but When and How They Decline Is No Different Than in the Past

Denis Gerstorf, Nilam Ram, Johanna Drewelies, Sandra Duezel, Peter Eibich, Elisabeth Steinhagen-Thiessen, Stefan Liebig, Jan Goebel, Ilja Demuth, Arno Villringer, Gert G. Wagner, Ulman Lindenberger & Paolo Ghisletta
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-pss-10.1177_09567976221118541 for Today’s Older Adults Are Cognitively Fitter Than Older Adults Were 20 Years Ago, but When and How They Decline Is No Different Than in the Past by Denis Gerstorf, Nilam Ram, Johanna Drewelies, Sandra Duezel, Peter Eibich, Elisabeth Steinhagen-Thiessen, Stefan Liebig, Jan Goebel, Ilja Demuth, Arno Villringer, Gert G. Wagner, Ulman Lindenberger and Paolo Ghisletta in Psychological Science

Additional file 1 of Strengthening vaccination delivery system resilience in the context of protracted humanitarian crisis: a realist-informed systematic review

Sharif A. Ismail, Sze Tung Lam, Sadie Bell, Fouad M. Fouad, Karl Blanchet & Josephine Borghi
Additional file 1: Appendix 1. Developing a working analytical framework for the review.

Strengthening vaccination delivery system resilience in the context of protracted humanitarian crisis: a realist-informed systematic review

Sharif A. Ismail, Sze Tung Lam, Sadie Bell, Fouad M. Fouad, Karl Blanchet & Josephine Borghi
Abstract Background Childhood vaccination is among the most effective public health interventions available for the prevention of communicable disease, but coverage in many humanitarian settings is sub-optimal. This systematic review critically evaluated peer-review and grey literature evidence on the effectiveness of system-level interventions for improving vaccination coverage in protracted crises, focusing on how they work, and for whom, to better inform preparedness and response for future crises. Methods Realist-informed systematic review of peer-reviewed and grey...

Additional file 1 of VoiceS: voice quality after transoral CO2 laser surgery versus single vocal cord irradiation for unilateral stage 0 and I glottic larynx cancer—a randomized phase III trial

Philipp Reinhardt, Roland Giger, Eberhard Seifert, Mohamed Shelan, Elena Riggenbach, Dario Terribilini, Andreas Joosten, Daniel H. Schanne, Daniel M. Aebersold, Peter Manser, Matthias S. Dettmer, Christian Simon, Esat M. Ozsahin, Raphaël Moeckli, Andreas Limacher, Francesca Caparrotti, Deepa Nair, Jean Bourhis, Martina A. Broglie, Abrahim Al-Mamgani & Olgun Elicin
Additional file 1. Full study protocol

A new radar-based statistical model to quantify mass eruption rate of volcanic plumes (RadMER)

Luigi Mereu, Simona Scollo, Alexander Garcia, Laura Sandri, Costanza Bonadonna & Frank Silvio Marzano
We combine values of column height HTP and mass eruption rate QM, radar derived, including the associated wind velocity (vW) for several eruptive events of Mt. Etna (Italy). Hence, we use a Monte Carlo Markov Chain approach to fit a parametric model relating HTP, QM and vW. The fitted model can then be used to quickly infer QM from observed HTP and vW. An outstanding feature is that HTP and QM are obtained from the...

Levelized costs and economic impacts of geothermal district heating networks: a decision tree analysis

Astu Sam Pratiwi & Evelina Trutnevyte
Geothermal district heating networks are among the key options to decarbonize the heating sector in the State of Geneva in Switzerland. But the development of geothermal district heating requires high capital costs and involves risk of not finding sufficient geothermal resources, which make these systems less competitive. On the other hand, building geothermal district heating creates a wider impact on the economy, domestically and overall. But such impact has rarely been evaluated. Our study aims...

eBook for Undergraduate Education in Radiology: Urogenital

, Martina Lucia Pisciotti, Marco Bicchetti & Valeria Panebianco

Alzheimer’s disease-related transcriptional sex differences in myeloid cells

Isabelle Coales, Stergios Tsartsalis, Nurun Fancy, Maria Weinert, Daniel Clode, David Owen & Paul M. Matthews
Abstract Sex differences have been identified in many diseases associated with dysregulated immune responses, including Alzheimer’s disease (AD), for which approximately two-thirds of patients are women. An accumulating body of research indicates that microglia may play a causal role in the pathogenesis of this disease. We hypothesised that sex differences in the transcriptome of human myeloid cells may contribute to the sex difference observed in AD prevalence. To explore this, we assessed bulk and single-nuclear...

Additional file 1 of Different epidemiology of bloodstream infections in COVID-19 compared to non-COVID-19 critically ill patients: a descriptive analysis of the Eurobact II study

Niccolò Buetti, Alexis Tabah, Ambre Loiodice, Stéphane Ruckly, Abdullah Tarik Aslan, Giorgia Montrucchio, Andrea Cortegiani, Nese Saltoglu, Bircan Kayaaslan, Firdevs Aksoy, Akova Murat, Özlem Akdoğan, Kemal Tolga Saracoglu, Cem Erdogan, Marc Leone, Ricard Ferrer, José-Artur Paiva, Yoshiro Hayashi, Mahesh Ramanan, Andrew Conway Morris, François Barbier & Jean-François Timsit
Additional file 1. Additional methods (definitions, additional methods, statistical analyses and ethics), Additional tables (Tables S1–S8) and Additional figures (Figs. S1–S2).

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