65,512 Works

Uppingham Road, Houghton on the Hill, Leicestershire

16 pages of A4 descriptive text and 5 figures.

Blackbird Road Playing Fields, Beaumont Leys, Leicestershire, Archaeological Evaluation Report

A4 Comb bound report

Allendale Road, Loughborough

16 pages of A4 descriptive text and 11 figures.

Archaeological Building Recording 1-33 Trafalgar Square Sunderland January 2017

survey report and accompanying photographs

Archaeological Building Recording 1-33 Trafalgar Square Sunderland January 2017

survey report and accompanying photographs

Scarr House Farm, Muker, North Yorkshire Historic Building Recording

Historic Building report commissioned by Griff Thomas of GTEC group to undertake a Historic Building Survey at Scarr House Farm.

Land South of Knightcott Road, Banwell

16 A4 pages of descriptive text and 4 figures.

Quality of Cartilage Repair from Marrow Stimulation Correlates with Cell Number, Clonogenic, Chondrogenic, and Matrix Production Potential of Underlying Bone Marrow Stromal Cells in a Rabbit Model

Garima Dwivedi, , , Caroline D. Hoemann & Michael D. Buschmann
ObjectivePrevious studies have shown that intrinsic behavior of subchondral bone marrow stem cells (BMSCs) is influenced by donors and locations. To understand the variability in cartilage repair outcomes following bone marrow stimulation, we tested the hypothesis that in vivo cartilage repair correlates with in vitro biological properties of BMSCs using a rabbit model.MethodsFull-thickness cartilage defects were created in the trochlea and condyle in one knee of skeletally mature New Zealand White rabbits (n = 8)...

Passive Leg Raise: Feasibility and Safety of the Maneuver in Patients With Undifferentiated Shock

William Toppen, Elizabeth Aquije Montoya, Stephanie Ong, Daniela Markovic, , , Alan Chiem, Maxime Cannesson, David Berlin & Igor Barjaktarevic
Purpose:Passive leg raise (PLR), in combination with technologies capable of capturing stroke volume changes, has been widely adopted in the management of shock. However, dedicated evaluation of safety, feasibility, and receptiveness of patients and nursing staff to PLR maneuver is missing.Methods:A noninterventional, prospective trial recruited adult patients with onset of undifferentiated shock within 24 hours with persistent vasopressor requirements despite fluid resuscitation. A standardized PLR maneuver was used to compare two noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring systems,...

Passive Leg Raise: Feasibility and Safety of the Maneuver in Patients With Undifferentiated Shock

William Toppen, Elizabeth Aquije Montoya, Stephanie Ong, Daniela Markovic, , , Alan Chiem, Maxime Cannesson, David Berlin & Igor Barjaktarevic
Purpose:Passive leg raise (PLR), in combination with technologies capable of capturing stroke volume changes, has been widely adopted in the management of shock. However, dedicated evaluation of safety, feasibility, and receptiveness of patients and nursing staff to PLR maneuver is missing.Methods:A noninterventional, prospective trial recruited adult patients with onset of undifferentiated shock within 24 hours with persistent vasopressor requirements despite fluid resuscitation. A standardized PLR maneuver was used to compare two noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring systems,...

Why Democracy Protests Do Not Diffuse

Dawn Brancati & Adrián Lucardi
One of the primary international factors proposed to explain the geographic and temporal clustering of democracy is the diffusion of democracy protests. Democracy protests are thought to diffuse across countries, primarily, through a demonstration effect, whereby protests in one country cause protests in another based on the positive information that they convey about the likelihood of successful protests elsewhere and, secondarily, through the actions of transnational activists. In contrast to this view, we argue that,...

Southern Hemispheric Westerlies control sedimentary processes of Laguna Azul (south-eastern Patagonia, Argentina)

Bernd Zolitschka, Michael Fey, Stephanie Janssen, Nora I Maidana, Christoph Mayr, Sabine Wulf, Torsten Haberzettl, Hugo Corbella, Andreas Lücke, Christian Ohlendorf & Frank Schäbitz
Multiproxy investigations of lacustrine sediments from Laguna Azul (52 °S) document multi-millennial Holocene influences of Southern Hemispheric Westerlies (SHW) on the hydroclimatic variability of south-eastern Patagonia. During the last 4000 years, this hydroclimatic variability is overprinted by centennial warm/dry periods. A cool/wet period from 11,600 to 10,100 cal. BP is succeeded by an early Holocene dry period (10,100–8300 cal. BP) with a shallow lake, strong anoxia, methanogenesis and high salinity. Between 8300 and 4000 cal....

Dynamics of Polarization in the Greek Case

Jennifer McCoy, Murat Somer, Ioannis Andreadis & Yannis Stavrakakis
This article focuses on the dynamics of polarization emerging within Greek political culture in the postauthoritarian setting. Following a brief historical framing, we trace Left–Right polarization between the two major parties of the period: Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) and New Democracy (ND). The party-based polarization of PASOK/ND was arguably the main axis of political antagonism in Greece from the 1970s until the end of the 2000s. By 2009, polarization had ebbed due to an ideological...

When Did Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Get So Many Factors? Confirmatory Factor Models Since DSM–5

Andrew Rasmussen, Jay Verkuilen, , &
For over three decades confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) has been used to test the construct validity of models of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The four symptom dimensions of PTSD in the fifth edition of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM–5) are based on CFA. Since the publication of DSM–5, the number of proposed factors has grown from four to seven. We review these models, focusing on (a) the number of symptoms per factor,...

Mobile Phone Visual Ethnography (MpVE): Bridging Transformative Photography and Mobile Phone Ethnography

, & Daniel Hogan
Mobile phone proliferation in developing economies has arguably affected the everyday lives of subsistence consumers and entrepreneurs like no other technology in recent times. This impact is evidenced by mobile phones’ embeddedness in everyday consumption and business practices. Surprisingly, mobile phones have only minimally been incorporated into bottom-up research approaches in subsistence marketplaces and/or ethnographic transformative research methodologies and methods. To begin addressing this important gap, the authors conducted a systematic review of the literature...

Mobile Phone Visual Ethnography (MpVE): Bridging Transformative Photography and Mobile Phone Ethnography

, & Daniel Hogan
Mobile phone proliferation in developing economies has arguably affected the everyday lives of subsistence consumers and entrepreneurs like no other technology in recent times. This impact is evidenced by mobile phones’ embeddedness in everyday consumption and business practices. Surprisingly, mobile phones have only minimally been incorporated into bottom-up research approaches in subsistence marketplaces and/or ethnographic transformative research methodologies and methods. To begin addressing this important gap, the authors conducted a systematic review of the literature...

Understanding Decision-Making and Decision Difficulty in Women With an Unintended Pregnancy in the Netherlands

Marieke Brauer, Jenneke Van Ditzhuijzen, Hennie Boeije & Carolus Van Nijnatten
Previous research indicates that a considerable number of women with an unintended pregnancy experience difficulty deciding about continuing or terminating the pregnancy. We examined the decision-making processes of women who experienced high decision difficulty and women who experienced little decision difficulty, to gain insight in the factors that contribute to experienced decision difficulty. Sixty-nine women who had an abortion, and 40 women who had decided to continue their unintended pregnancy, participated in qualitative interviews. We...

Understanding Decision-Making and Decision Difficulty in Women With an Unintended Pregnancy in the Netherlands

Marieke Brauer, Jenneke Van Ditzhuijzen, Hennie Boeije & Carolus Van Nijnatten
Previous research indicates that a considerable number of women with an unintended pregnancy experience difficulty deciding about continuing or terminating the pregnancy. We examined the decision-making processes of women who experienced high decision difficulty and women who experienced little decision difficulty, to gain insight in the factors that contribute to experienced decision difficulty. Sixty-nine women who had an abortion, and 40 women who had decided to continue their unintended pregnancy, participated in qualitative interviews. We...

Congressional Processes and Public Approval of New Laws

James M. Curry
Does how Congress makes a law affect public approval of that law? This question has been little studied, but the rising use of unorthodox processes in Congress raises concerns about the perceived legitimacy of congressional action among the public. Utilizing two unique survey experiments, I present evidence that when people are aware of the use of unorthodox legislative processes they express lower levels of approval for new laws. This effect is especially pronounced among partisans...

Netrin-1-like-immunoreactivity Coexpresses With DCC and Has a Differential Level in the Myenteric Cholinergic and Nitrergic Neurons of the Adult Mouse Colon

, John T. Price, Gregory L. Blatch &
Netrin-1 is a potent axonal and neuronal guidance cue in the developing nervous system. Netrin-1 functions are mediated by its receptors, such as deleted in colorectal cancer (DCC) present on axons and neurons. Localization of DCC and Netrin-1 on various types of enteric neurons and their role in the mature enteric nervous system is unknown. The results of our study revealed that almost all enteric neurons and processes express DCC and Netrin-1 in the adult...

Topical Tranexamic Acid for the Treatment of Acute Epistaxis: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Michael Gottlieb, Joshua M. DeMott & Gary D. Peksa
Objective: To compare topical tranexamic acid (TXA) with control groups for the treatment of acute epistaxis assessing bleeding cessation, discharge within 2 hours, rebleeding rates, complication rates, and patient satisfaction. Data Sources: PubMed, CINAHL, LILACS, Scopus, the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, and the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials were searched from inception to November 2018. Study Selection and Data Extraction: All randomized controlled trials comparing topical TXA with control groups for the treatment...

Topical Tranexamic Acid for the Treatment of Acute Epistaxis: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Michael Gottlieb, Joshua M. DeMott & Gary D. Peksa
Objective: To compare topical tranexamic acid (TXA) with control groups for the treatment of acute epistaxis assessing bleeding cessation, discharge within 2 hours, rebleeding rates, complication rates, and patient satisfaction. Data Sources: PubMed, CINAHL, LILACS, Scopus, the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, and the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials were searched from inception to November 2018. Study Selection and Data Extraction: All randomized controlled trials comparing topical TXA with control groups for the treatment...

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